After a five-decade career, Bruce Dern has a reputation for being one of the classic character actors (and scene-stealers) of his generation. Now at age 77, he is finally in the spotlight -- and generating Oscar buzz -- for his lead performance in the new film, "Nebraska." Lee Cowan journeyed to Nebraska with Dern to talk about the actor's long career, his famous family, and his greatest passion.
He's been called a magician, only his wand is a paintbrush. With a few layers of paint, Richard Haas has turned dozens of blank walls across the U.S. into artistic treasures. Serena Altschul talks to the 77-year-old painter about his artwork and legacy as he completes an eight-mural project in Homewood, Ill.
The simple act of holding a football is no longer possible for the man who's the heart and soul of the Baltimore Ravens. Shortly after retiring from football, O.J. Brigance was stricken with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or ALS. Rather than hide from the limelight, Brigance persevered and has become an inspiration to his team and their millions of fans. Rita Braver reports.
It's no longer teens who dominate minimum wage jobs, but adults - many of them with children. It's become increasingly clear that the minimum wage is far from a living wage in today's economy. Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" examines workers who are fighting to increase the federal minimum wage, and the companies who are pushing back.