Mankind has never been closer to setting foot on Mars. NASA is completing construction of its new Mars rover, in readiness for launching next summer, while SpaceX is firing prototypes of its Mars rocket engines, getting ready for short test flights in late 2020. David Pogue reports on the prognosis for manned exploration of the Red Planet, and how human endurance is being tested in a habitat constructed on the slopes of a Hawaiian volcano.
Are you the spontaneous type? Can you keep a secret? Then you might be someone to throw a "surprise wedding," an increasingly popular option for couples hoping to avoid the stresses of wedding planning or fighting bridesmaids. Plus, you get to surprise people! Luke Burbank met an Ohio couple who sprang the big news to their guests at a party that suddenly turned matrimonial.
The former actress and producer, and the first woman to head a major film studio, became a role model in a male-dominated industry. Then, while at the top of her game, she boldly left the business altogether. Mo Rocca reports.
"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley interviews her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Garry Trudeau, whose comic strip he started at Yale University in the 1960s, "Bull Tales," evolved into one of the most influential and enduring chronicles of the counterculture. Now 70, Trudeau talks about his Pulitzer Prize-winning strip, and the effect his memorable characters' journey has had on him and his "accidental career." (Originally broadcast on December 2, 2018.)
Long before crossfit became a fad and spinning a sensation, there was the dance-based workout Jazzercise, and this '80s throwback is surprisingly alive and kicking. As correspondent Michelle Miller discovered, Jazzercise founder Judi Sheppard Missett, at 75, and her multi-million-dollar company are both in great shape.
Democrats have whisked a $4.5 billion bill through the House aimed at improving conditions for thousands of families and other migrants whose sheer numbers have overwhelmed federal immigration authorities. The mostly party-line 230-195 vote sets up a showdown with the Senate, whose Republican leaders plan approval of a bipartisan bill this week.
It will now go before the Republican-controlled Senate
Special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to testify by issue of a subpoena before both the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee in an open session on July 17, 2019. Tanya Rivero reports.
Robert Mueller has agreed to testify publicly July 17 before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees after both panels issued subpoenas to him Tuesday evening. CBSN legal contributor Keir Dougall and CBS News intelligence reporter Olivia Gazis join CBSN with the latest from Washington.
One hundred migrant children were transported back to a controversial facility Tuesday, one day after they left. Republican Sen. Mike Braun of Indiana joins CBSN's "Red & Blue" to discuss what he believes are the best next steps to address immigration.
U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler said special counsel Robert Mueller will appear in an open session July 17, in response to subpoenas by the House Intelligence and Judiciary committees
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Actress Jenny Slate gave the commencement address at Gwen Lynch's graduate at Massachusetts' Cuttyhunk Island
In true 10-year-old fashion, she celebrated with pizza
Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins said she competes to impress her family. Her secret is gardening at her Louisiana home
When Finn Lanning found out why once of his students was planning to leave school, he knew he had to help
Even while battling a rare, life-threatening blood disorder, Laila Anderson's support of the Blues never wavered