Simon Isaacs, a 36-year-old entrepreneur and father of a two-year old girl, wants to change how fathers across the country approach parenting with his website Fatherly. And his target audience is the largest group of new dads in this country: millennials. Tony Dokoupil reports on the changing role of fatherhood and how modern dads differ from fathers of previous generations.
The media wars surrounding coverage of President Donald Trump have been getting louder by the day - and Americans have become more polarized than ever. Senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with commentator Pat Buchanan and Harvard professor Yochai Benkler about the battle between presidents and the press, what news Americans are choosing to consume, "fake" news, and the media war for hearts and minds.
A young Massachusetts woman was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter Friday for sending her boyfriend dozens of text messages urging him to kill himself when they were teenagers. Erin Moriarty reports on Michelle Carter's trial, which was closely watched in legal circles, and a hot topic on social media.
Jurors were unable to reach a unanimous vote in the Bill Cosby trial, in which accuser Andrea Constand, a former Temple University employee, claimed the comedian once known as "America's TV dad" drugged and sexually assaulted her at his home in 2004. Correspondent DeMarco Morgan talks with University of Pennsylvania criminal law professor David Rudovsky about the difficulties both Constand and Cosby faced on the stand.
Filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker captured the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival, featuring such immortal acts as Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix, in a landmark documentary, "Monterey Pop." Now, 50 years after the "Summer of Love" music celebration, the recently-restored film is being re-released in theatres. Don't miss Anthony Mason's report on a legendary music event and film on "Sunday Morning" June 18.
Eleven-year-old Preston Sharp was upset when he realized, while visiting his grandpa's grave in Redding, Calif., that not every veteran buried there had a flag. So he took on odd jobs and solicited donations to buy flags and flowers for every veteran in his grandpa's cemetery. And Preston didn't just stop at that one cemetery. Steve Hartman reports on the young man's contagious efforts.
"The Rep" - what insiders call the Yale Repertory Theatre - is a unique entity on the American theater scene, a place where graduate students at the Yale Drama School work side-by-side with experts in every aspect of theater. Now celebrating its 50th year, it has been the launching pad for many a fabled career, from Meryl Streep and Sigourney Weaver to playwright Christopher Durang. Rita Braver looks back at the company's history with Streep, artistic director James Bundy, and actor James Earl Jones, who appeared with then-Yale grad student Courtney B. Vance in the Yale Rep-produced premiere of August Wilson's "Fences" in 1985.
The real superpower of the comic book heroine, who just turned 75, is the power to inspire. Faith Salie explores the history of Wonder Woman (now featured in the hit movie with Gal Gadot), and talks with Lynda Carter, made immortal by playing the Amazonian on TV in the 1970s, and author Jill Lepore ("The Secret History of Wonder Woman"). An earlier version of this story originally aired on March 26, 2017.