Ted Koppel explores how America's political and cultural divisions have become even more polarized in the current news landscape
Elise Engler has painted the streetscapes of Broadway - all 13 miles of it! "Sunday Morning" joins the artist as she goes about capturing the bright lights and façades of New York City's most famous avenue
The Minnesota Senator and former "SNL" writer-performer on what place jokes have in Washington today
We remember the actor with this "Sunday Morning" report from September 21, 1980
As a kid, Sian Pierre Regis said, he didn't really appreciate all that his mother, Rebecca, a single mom, had sacrificed for her kids. But when she lost her job as a housekeeper at a Boston hotel at age 75, Sian Pierre started showing his gratitude in the sweetest possible way: He took her bucket list, and together they started ticking off items one by one
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In 1967 the Monterey County Fairgrounds in Calif. were the site of a three-day celebration of music that ushered in the "Summer of Love"
The 20-year-old New Zealand-born singer talks about the pressure of following up her breakout hit with her second album, "Melodrama"
The actresses who played the optimistic young orphan on Broadway talk about how the musical changed their lives forever