"West Side Story" is getting an update. Bill Whitaker reports on the new twists making their way to one of America's most iconic musicals.
As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, 60 Minutes examines why and when the statues went up in the first place
In 2014, 298 people on a passenger jet were killed when an anti-aircraft missile targeted them as they passed over Ukraine. Scott Pelley reports on the details of the flight and the investigation that's followed.
A social worker tried to tell him about "career alternatives" after he lost his sight, but Chris Downey wasn't about to stop being an architect.
In 2019, more than 5.5 million Americans visited Italy, spending nearly $3 billion. But one travel industry group predicts this year may be the worst for tourism in decades – and last week the European Union extended its ban on American travelers. Correspondent Seth Doane reports on how businesses in Rome – heavily dependent upon tourism – have suffered not just from the pandemic, but also from the economic fallout due to an absence of visitors from the United States.
The TV series “Little House on the Prairie,” which debuted in 1974, starred Melissa Gilbert as Laura Ingalls, whose pioneering family met hardships with love and fortitude. Gilbert talks with correspondent Mo Rocca at her "Little House in the Catskills" about how the Michael Landon-produced show, which examined themes of home, family and community, resonates today.
When the pandemic shut down his studio, Trevor Noah took "The Daily Show" online, and for the stand-up comic it's become a stand-out moment. Jim Axelrod reports.
Thanks to the vision of Mack McCarter and his faith-based Community Renewal International, residents in rich and poor areas of Shreveport, Louisiana are extending themselves to their neighbors, forging bonds in communities that have been torn down by bigotry, segregation and poverty. Lee Cowan reports on how McCarter's organization has been making friends out of strangers for more than 25 years, and looks at the evidence that proves an outstretched hand can work wonders.
Gardens are not random; they are planned. Martha Stewart discusses the inspirations for, and benefits from, creating a beautiful, subtle and colorful garden.
Martin McCaulay would presumable try to sell the rights to the name should the Washington football team happen to pick one of his trademarks.
After reopening as an essential business to make face masks, retailer closes after four employees died of COVID-19.
Murderer Daniel Lewis Lee was slated to die by lethal injection even though the victim's family objects due, among other things, to concern they could be exposed to the coronavirus by attending.
Several lawsuits have now been filed against an ICE policy that bars foreign students from taking only-online coursework in the fall.
The federal government provides a small fraction of revenues that fund public schools, according to a Congressional Research Service report.
A spokesperson for Cruz said he wears a mask while traveling and had taken it off to drink and put it back on afterward, although there is no mask visible.
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A 99-year-old World War II veteran named Captain Tom Moore set out to walk 100 laps by his 100th birthday, raising millions for the U.K. health care system. Captain Tom's story resonated with many - including a 99-year-old from Denver, who also vowed to walk for a good cause. Ray Burns, known as "Papa Ray," ended up reaching his walking goal much sooner than expected. CBSN's Caitlin O'Kane reports.
"It's amazing when there's true love in people and they can get you out of something like that — no matter who you are or where you come from," Jay Hanley said.
"There's a comfort that comes from me being with him, from me holding his hand," Mary Daniel said.
Dramatic bystander video shows the boy fall from the third floor and drop into Phillip Blanks' arms.
Madison Wilson became frustrated when she couldn't find the right shade of brown when drawing herself – so she had an idea.
Rehan Staton, who was raised by a single father, said surprising people in his life encouraged him.