The former Vice President continues to sound the alarm about the climate crisis - but these days is hopeful, as renewable solutions represent one of the brightest spots in America's economic revival
The former prosecutor is into her second act in life, as a prolific author of bestselling crime fiction
Mo Rocca meets a Broadway musical legend who helps honor classroom legends: teachers whose motivation, toughness and support have changed the lives of their students
For centuries glassmakers on the Venetian island have created stunning works of art that are unequaled in their craftsmanship
In this profile originally broadcast on February 1, 2004, actress and author Carrie Fisher (best known as Princess Leia of "Star Wars") talked with correspondent Rita Braver about her novel "The Best Awful," a thinly-fictionalized account of how Hollywood talent agent Bryan Lourd - the father of Fisher's real-life daughter - left her for another man, and of her battle with mental illness.
Five-year-old Brian Kelly misses doing yard work with his dad, Air Force Captain Dan Kelly, who last month was sent overseas. Brian's neighbor, a father-figure with a yard of his own, has been only too happy to oblige
Saying no to retirement, the 84-year-old singer-songwriter laughs at mortality with his latest album, "God's Problem Child"
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
The immortal comic book heroine’s real superpower is the power to inspire