In this expanded version of an interview conducted for "Sunday Morning," John Dickerson, the co-host of "CBS This Morning," talked with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, and his husband, Chasten Buttigieg, about what the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is bringing that is different to the 2020 campaign.
Once a long-shot, Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of Indiana's fourth-largest city has been rising in the polls for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, attracting dollars, attention, and name recognition (if not pronunciation). The Afghanistan War veteran, Rhodes scholar and trained pianist talks with CBS News' John Dickerson about the importance of narratives, coming out, what youth brings to public office, and reanimating his party's values for a new era, including a connection with faith.
Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about racism in the Deep South has been a perennial read in grade school, an Academy Award-winning film, and now a critically-lauded play on Broadway. Tracy Smith talks with the show's star Jeff Daniels and playwright Aaron Sorkin about translating Lee's characters to the stage, and with students who talk about "Mockingbird"'s relevance to today's audience.
A redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election, and President Trump's efforts to obstruct the FBI's and Mueller's investigations, has been released, prompting dismissals and arguments over findings of fact, questions about prosecutorial judgment and Congressional prerogative, and subpoenas. What's next? Weijia Jiang reports.
One of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") – the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. stadium; the first K-Pop group to present at the Grammy Awards; and the first Korean pop band to be featured on Time Magazine's Most Influential List. Seth Doane interviews the group's members – seven young men between the ages of 21 and 26 who consider themselves family, who've trained, composed music and grown up together, and who all live in the same house – and goes behind the scenes in a Seoul rehearsal studio.
They call themselves the Missing People Choir – 30 or so voices from every walk of life, most of whom had never sung a day in their lives. But nearly every member has endured the anguish of a missing loved one – children mostly. Lee Cowan attended a concert at St. Martin in the Fields in London, and talked to members about the healing, and hope, their music has brought.
It had withstood a war, a revolution and neglect, as well as the impact of 30,000-40,000 tourists a day. But there was so much more than stone to Notre Dame Cathedral. David Turecamo reports on the heritage of the Paris landmark that was damaged by fire this week, and about the life within its walls.