The Beatles' U.S. Invasion
A cultural milestone 50 years later: The Fab Four's 1964 appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show"
The earliest strain of Beatlemania
Five decades before Bieber Fever crept over the Canadian border or One Direction Infection slid across the Atlantic, Beatlemania stormed the U.S.
How to speak teen: Then and now
In 1964, as today, British and American teens had different words for nearly everything worth talking about
A taste of Beatlemania in the 1960s
In 1963, CBS News characterized Beatlemania as an "epidemic" that had "seized" Britain's teenage population. Soon, it would "infect" America.
What does the Beatles' name mean?
In the '60s, the Beatles were asked time and time again what the band's name meant. The Fab Four managed to come up with some interesting answers.
Who is Walter Cronkite? The Beatles know
At a Washington, D.C. press conference on Feb. 11, 1964, the Beatles are asked if they know one of America's most famous newsmen.
The Eurythmics to reunite for Beatles tribute
Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart will perform as a duo for the Grammy's salute to the Fab Four on CBS
The Beatles, Isley Brothers to receive lifetime Grammys
Other honorees at the 2014 event will include Kris Kristofferson and Kraftwerk
CBS to mark Beatles arrival to U.S. with TV special
The show will be broadcast on CBS exactly 50 years to the day the Beatles performed on "The Ed Sullivan Show" for the first time
Beatles electrify the airwaves on new archival collection
The Fab Four's radio performances for the British Broadcasting Corporation are collected on "On Air - Live at the BBC Volume 2"
John Lennon's childhood home sells at auction
A Beatles fan from the United States bought the Liverpool home that Lennon lived in until he was five years old
Ringo Starr photo mystery solved nearly 50 years later
Ringo Starr looks back on his Beatles days in his new photography book, "Photograph." Ben Tracy talks to Starr and one of the subjects of a 1964 photo taken on the Fab Four's first trip to America.
Meet the Beatles' secretary
She was just 17 when Freda Kelly went to work for a rising band of Liverpool rockers, and stayed 10 years in the job of a lifetime
Beatles concert promoter Sid Bernstein dies
Bernstein booked such top acts as Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones and was the mastermind behind the Beatles' historic concerts at Shea Stadium
Beatles' first live U.S. show
Photos from the Beatles' 1964 concert at the Washington Coliseum on display in N.M. art gallery
The Beatles: Bringing down the Soviet Union
A new book about the cold war says the west had four secret weapons to bring down the Soviet Union: John, Paul, George and Ringo. Author and former British spy, Leslie Woodhead joins in studio 57 to talk about how the Beatles helped undermine communism and win the cold war.
Beatles-signed album sold for more than $290K
Dallas-based Heritage Auctions says a Midwest collector bidding online purchased the 1967 album signed by all four members of the band
Rare images of The Beatles
Photographer Henry Grossman gives "CBS This Morning: Saturday" a sneak peek at some of the images in his book, "Places I Remember: My Time with The Beatles"
Rare Beatles photos for auction
A series of photos of The Beatles will be auctioned off on Sept. 24-25, 2011, in New York.
The Beatles Through the Years
Take a Look at How the Rock Stars Changed Over the Years