The traditional "100 days" benchmark of a new presidency was once a timeline touted by Candidate Donald Trump as a signpost of his agenda, and is now referred to by President Donald Trump as "ridiculous." CBS News White House correspondent Major Garrett reports on the measure of the president's achievements since January 20.
In the early 20th century, an oil rush in the Osage Nation, located in a corner of Oklahoma, produced a torrent of oil revenues for the Native American tribe, making them the richest people per capita in the world - "the Kuwaitis of the 1920s," one writer observed. But their wealth invited greed, exploitation and murder on the part of white "guardians" who came to control the Osage's money, and would lead to the first major investigation by the FBI. David Grann, author of the bestseller "The Lost City of Z," talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about the Osage Reign of Terror, as recounted in his new book, "Killers of the Flower Moon."
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus proved to be a balancing act that couldn't balance the bottom line. With ticket sales declining, the circus is putting on its final performances this spring, ending what has been a remarkable 146-year run. Lee Cowan visits Baraboo, Wisconsin, where Ringling's first started, and talks with Big Top performers and fans whose connections to the circus span decades
Our complete broadcast, with guest host Lee Cowan, includes: the final curtain call for the fabled Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, which is ending a remarkable 146-year run; Martha Teichner's interview with rock-star astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; Serena Altschul's profile of hitmakers Daryl Hall and John Oates, who look back on a decades' old partnership; bestselling author David Grann, who revisits the 1920s "Reign of Terror" on the Osage Nation, as recounted in his new book, "Killers of the Flower Moon"; Faith Salie's examination of the life of a true "Genius," Albert Einstein; and David Edelstein's appreciation of film director Jonathan Demme.