Correspondent Rita Braver visits the Concord, Mass., home of Louisa May Alcott to explore the story behind her classic novel "Little Women," about the artistic March sisters. She also talks with director Greta Gerwig and actress Saoirse Ronan about the latest movie version of the beloved tale, and with author Anne Boyd Rioux about why we're still talking about "Little Women" 150 years after its publication.
Hollywood hasn't always considered Harvey Keitel, as he puts it, "bankable." But he's always memorable, in such films as Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets," "Taxi Driver" and "The Last Temptation of Christ," "Thelma & Louise," "Bugsy" (for which he earned an Academy Award nomination), "Pulp Fiction," and his latest, a reunion with Scorsese in "The Irishman." Keitel talked with "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason about his journey from Brooklyn and the Marines to being a "really lucky" actor who is not, he contends, a star.
Today, delivery is a bigger business than ever, with more than two billion packages being delivered this holiday season. John Blackstone got access to the testing of delivery drones that may replace many of those truck deliveries. And then there are the Kiwibots – four-wheeled robots that navigate sidewalks to bring food to hungry college students in Berkeley, Calif. Blackstone also witnessed something somewhat anachronistic in these times: organic dairy products delivered by a milkman.
Lee Cowan introduces us to two talented artists, Alana Tillman and Brom Wikstrom, who paint without hands. They are members of Mouth & Foot Painting Artists, an association of about 800 artists who are empowered through their artistry despite disabilities.
Techno Claus, who looks suspiciously like "Sunday Morning" contributor David Pogue (but sounds like no one else), delivers some gift suggestions for those on your holiday list who love gadgets.
The former FBI director admitted the bureau acted with "real sloppiness" in its applications to wiretap former Trump campaign aid Carter Page.
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"We may interfere with some tee times here, but we ought to really stand up for the demeanor, the history and the traditions of the Senate," Durbin said.
"It was extremely momentous and indicative of where we're going, what this president has accomplished," U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told "Face the Nation."
The Democratic whip says it's not just the president on trial as the impeachment probe moves ahead: "The Senate is on trial too."
"It was extremely momentous and indicative of where we're going, what this president has accomplished," Lighthizer told "Face the Nation."
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"They cheer for him and make him feel like he's 1,200 feet tall. Like he's a giant," his mother said.
Lual Mayen, now 25, escaped northern Uganda and developed Salaam, a game that focuses on survival and fleeing violence.
It was an offer almost too good to be true.
Santa knows how to interact with kids who have autism – and he wants them to know he cares.
Khalil Mack's act of kindness will leave many families with less to worry about this holiday season.