In a time where some beer conglomerates are decreasing production, craft beer is going through a renaissance. CBS News' Michelle Miller sat down with the co-founder of Brooklyn Brewery to discuss his new book "The Craft Beer Revolution: How a Band of Microbrewers is Transforming the World's Favorite Drink."
It's believed Shakespeare was born 450 years ago today in England. His 38 plays and 154 sonnets remain popular around the globe. He is credited with inventing well over a thousand words and phrases including "in a pickle," "flesh and blood" and "laughing stock."
After a diplomatic truce was broken in Ukraine, the government is relaunching what it calls an active anti-terrorist operation against pro-Russian separatists. Despite the government's new offensive, Russian-speaking separatists refuse to leave the buildings they've occupied across eastern Ukraine. CBS News foreign correspondent Holly Williams reports.