July 13: From the magnificent seaside home of film legend Katharine Hepburn in Old Saybrook, Conn., Lee Cowan offers up a variety of stories all celebrating the joys of summer!
In this preview of a profile to be broadcast on CBS' "Sunday Morning," Grammy-winner Jason Mraz talks to Ben Tracy about the inspiration behind his 2003 hit, "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)."
The sports and WWII hero who died this week at 97 told correspondent Chip Reid in 2012 that the key to his life was forgiving his Japanese captors
This week’s moment in nature takes us to Caprock Canyons State Park in the Texas Panhandle, home to the Lone Star State’s official bison herd
Says John Boehner's planned lawsuit against Obama because "the president has not faithfully executed the laws" deserves an appropriate response
With the explosion of the Internet and changing shopping habits, hundreds of U.S. malls are expected to close their doors, but some entrepreneurs see ways to buck that trend
We remember actor Eli Wallach, who died Tuesday at age 98, with this 2010 interview by our Tracy Smith. While he was best known as the "ugly" in "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly," he was always very, very good
The star of "Mike and Molly," "Bridesmaids" and "Tammy" wants audiences to laugh themselves silly, while not horribly embarrassing herself in the process
An exclusive interview with Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, whose intrepid reporting into the Watergate burglary won a Pulitzer Prize - and toppled a president; David Martin reports
A look back at unforgettable tales from Rod Serling's classic supernatural series
Bill Geist and his son, Willie, have teamed up to write “Good Talk, Dad,” and have called on Dr. Phil to help them find out if it’s too late to have those important conversations they forgot to have
In this preview of an interview to be broadcast on CBS' "Sunday Morning," actress Keira Knightley talks to correspondent Mark Phillips
David Edelstein on the new Richard Linklater movie - shot over 12 years - that spans a boy's coming of age
George Will takes Mo Rocca on a tour of the Cubs' storied ballpark, a landmark of baseball traditions and fans' eternal patience
The star-director of "Garden State" used an appeal on the crowd-funding site to finance his latest film, "Wish I Was Here"; Tracy Smith reports
The "Blurred Lines" singer has bared his soul to his estranged wife - and the world - with his new album, titled "Paula"
If you're a kid looking to escape the poverty and isolation of Presidio, Texas, there's no greater vehicle than the Presidio Rocket Club, launched by science teacher Shella Condino
Washington Post blogger Alexandra Petri says Americans should not have to watch foreigners beat us embarrassingly
A Nevada woman made the Guinness Book of Records for owning the most refrigerator magnets in the world - 45,000
CBS News cultural correspondent Wynton Marsalis stopped off in the tiny town of Lockhart - the barbecue capital of Texas - for some of the best BBQ in the country
With this week's opening of the documentary "Life Itself," we look back at our 2011 profile of the late film critic Roger Ebert, his battle against cancer, and the unwavering support he received from a remarkable woman
Anthony Mason takes us on a trip through the history of a fabled Harlem institution, "where stars are born and legends are made"
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