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The Oath Keepers militia group's path to breaching the Capitol; Black Americans more prone to health issues because of racism; Viola Davis: The 60 Minutes Interview.
Viola Davis' journey to Triple Crown-winning actress
Viola Davis opens up to Jon Wertheim about her role as Ma Rainey, her relationship with August Wilson's material, a bold scene on "How to Get Away with Murder" and her life growing up.
How a militia group mobilized for the Capitol assault
The FBI calls the Oath Keepers an anti-government militia with current and former law enforcement and military members among its members. 60 Minutes profiles the group, which has become a central focus in the ongoing investigation of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Racism's corrosive impact on the health of Black Americans
Bill Whitaker reports on how decades of research show that racism is adversely affecting Black Americans' health in several different ways.
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Brothers Osborne on their long journey, of music and identity
The country music duo Brothers Osborne began their musical education early, but their success in Nashville wasn't assured until they joined together, with the hit single "Rum" in 2014, followed by their album, "Pawn Shop." "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason talked with John Osborne about how he overcame a crippling anxiety that caused the brothers to cancel shows; and TJ Osborne, who recently came out as gay, about that news' effects on their fan base.
Growing lemons on the Amalfi Coast
For centuries, lemons have been grown on Italy's Amalfi Coast, where they thrived on the mountainous terrain and became a key ingredient in the culinary landscape. Correspondent Seth Doane visits the Aceto family, which has been farming lemons for seven generations, and learns about the challenges and rewards of growing the sensorially-delightful fruit.
George W. Bush on painting a new vision of immigrants
The former president's latest passion is celebrating the contributions of America's immigrants on canvas (as seen in the new book "Out of Many, One: Portraits of America's Immigrants") with the hope, he tells "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell, that a more respectful attitude to those who come to our country will help lead to reform of the immigration system. Mr. Bush also talks about partisanship and adding his voice to current political debates.
European travel guide Rick Steves, stuck at home
For four decades Rick Steves has introduced many to the pleasures of international travel, through his popular PBS series, specials and guidebooks. During the pandemic, correspondent Conor Knighton learns, the man who has canvassed Europe's best- and least-known tourist sites has learned the simple pleasures gained in an unfamiliar destination: his own kitchen.
Travel photographers on capturing images close to home
During the pandemic, photographers who are used to working in exotic locations have been focusing on more local subject matter, opening up new avenues of creativity. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Ami Vitale, whose work frequently appears in National Geographic magazine, and lifestyle photographer Gray Malin, about how the lockdown forced them both to reach a new understanding of their work – and their purpose.
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Nation reacts to Derek Chauvin's conviction
Protesters in Minneapolis cheered Tuesday after a jury convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin of all three counts in the death of George Floyd.
Chauvin convicted of all charges in George Floyd's death
Chauvin was found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
Data shows rising suicide rates among Black people
The deaths of George Floyd and other Black people at the hands of police have caused stress, anxiety and fear — especially among people of color. Recent data reveals suicide rates have been on the rise over the past year. Dr. Michael A. Lindsey, executive director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University, joins CBSN's Elaine Quijano to discuss.
Super League collapses after 6 English clubs withdraw
The teams deserted the proposal amid an escalating backlash from their supporters and warnings from the British government that legislation could be introduced to thwart it.
Praise for teen who filmed George Floyd's murder
"Her bravery in that moment must never be forgotten," actress Kerry Washington said of Frazier.
Police reform legislation has "more momentum" post Chauvin verdict
The House passed the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act in March.
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Prince Philip through the years
Prince Philip, who died at age 99, was the patriarch of the British royal family.
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Joe Biden through the years
Newly elected to be the 46th president, Biden has had a long political career and a personal life filled with triumph and heartbreak.
Astrophotography: Stunning images of Idaho's night sky
The Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve, draped over nearly one million acres of wilderness areas and the Sawtooth National Forest, is a major draw for amateur astrophotographers capturing the heavens
The Uplift — Stories That Inspire
Building Easter Island's first music school
Mahani Teave, who grew up on Rapa Nui (also known as Easter Island), was introduced to the piano as a child. After studying classical piano in Chile, Cleveland and Berlin, she has returned to build the island's first music school.
Pennsylvania woman leaves career to serve veterans
Her charity, Roots for Boots, has changed the lives of veterans.
Bride wears wedding dress to get vaccine
"For me, it was a celebration," Sarah Studley said.
Guy Fieri helped raise $25 million for restaurant workers
"The restaurant industry is massively important to our communities," Fieri said. "And so, when I saw this coming, I said, 'We got to do something to get some money to these folks.'"
Shaq paid for a stranger's engagement ring
"I'm just trying to make people smile," the NBA great said.
Girl Scouts from homeless shelter surpass cookie goal
The girls set a goal of selling 1,000 boxes and far surpassed that. So, they set another goal for their cookie sales.