Are you buried under mounds of stuff? There's an entire industry dedicated to helping Americans get rid of things they don't really need but hold onto anyway. Still can't bear to part with your stuff? There's another industry that will actually keep an eye on your stuff for you! Barry Petersen meets members of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO), who help clients declutter their lives, and with Andrew Mellen, called the "Most Organized Man in America."
On Saturday some 1,500 invited mourners packed St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Houston, where Barbara Bush and former president George H.W. Bush attended services for over five decades, to honor the former first lady who passed away this week at age 92. CBS News correspondent Bianna Golodryga reports.
The singer Kesha, who has spoken out against sexual assault and supported victims since before the #MeToo movement took hold, has been named to Time Magazine's 2018 list of the 100 Most Influential People. She told CBS News' Anthony Mason what the recognition, and the essay penned by singer Cyndi Lauper (with whom she performed at this year’s Grammy Awards), means to her. Mason will profile Kesha on CBS' "Sunday Morning" May 6.
For the last four years photographer Matt Black has traveled the country, driving more than 100,000 miles, to photograph communities living across the divide of poverty - people of all races and cultures whose lived experiences contradict the idea of America as a "Land of Milk and Honey." Michelle Miller reports.
As with most real estate, the key to cemetery plots is "Location! Location! Location!" Luke Burbank talks with Baron Chu, a broker of burial plots, and visits the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, Calif., where pricey plots are sold to starry-eyed customers seeking status and a view, from six feet under.