DETROIT – Eminem says he’s a family man who believes in checking his profanity at the door.

The Michigan rapper known for his gritty lyrics told CBS TV’s “60 Minutes” he’s a different person at home with his daughters. Eminem is raising biological daughter Hailie, adopted daughter Alaina and his ex-wife’s daughter Whitney.

Eminem said in an interview for broadcast Sunday evening that he doesn’t use profanity around the house and questions what kind of a parent cusses in front of children.

But Eminem said it isn’t his job to shield young fans from the language in his lyrics. He said it’s up to their parents to act like parents.

The singer, whose legal name is Marshall Mathers, has won nine Grammys and an Oscar.

Hasselbeck to report for ‘Good Morning America’

LOS ANGELES – Elisabeth Hasselbeck is taking some time to appear on more than just “The View.”

ABC announced Thursday that Hasselbeck is joining “Good Morning America” as a contributor, covering “hot-button family, lifestyle and child-rearing issues.”

The network said her first report, looking at the growing trend of parents and kids getting tattoos together, will air today. She said she was “thrilled” to explore issues facing parents and children.

Hasselbeck joined “The View” as a co-host in 2003.

Caine aided father’s death


LONDON – Actor Michael Caine has claimed he hastened his terminally ill father’s death by asking a doctor to give a fatal overdose.

In a transcript of a radio interview widely published in British media before being broadcast Saturday, Caine said he could not bear to see his father in pain.

Caine, 77, told Classic FM the doctor initially refused but told the actor to return to the hospital at midnight.

“I came back at midnight and my father died at five past 12. So he’d done it,” Caine said.

Caine’s father, Maurice Micklewhite, died at the age of 56 in 1955 after suffering from liver cancer.

Caine’s publicist did not immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.

Leno performs in Alaska, opens recruiting office

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Late night talk show host Jay Leno dropped by Sarah Palin’s hometown to help open an Air Force Reserve recruiting office.

The host of “The Tonight Show” was in Alaska to perform a show Saturday at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

He also helped cut a ribbon for the opening of an Air Force Reserve recruiting office in Wasilla, the home of Palin, the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential nominee.

KTUU-TV reported Leno shook hands with fans and inspected several vehicles driven to the event, including a small truck rebuilt to resemble a giant Radio Flyer red wagon.