John le Carré is 88 now, and 25 novels, 10 films and 6 TV adaptations later, he has new villains: The people trying to take Britain out of the European Union. The author talks with Mark Phillips about his latest novel of intrigue, "Agent Running in the Field," which examines how the British public is being "bamboozled by people with private interests" in the push for Brexit.
The painstaking work of art restoration is often done in a studio or a lab, removing decades of dulling dirt and dust, or repairing works that has been damaged, always with the aim of helping art – meant to stand the test of time – keep time at bay. Lee Cowan reports.
On this Greek island, where life expectancy is among the highest in the world, residents credit the local honey. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
At the Clearview Golf Course in East Canton, Ohio – the first golf course in the U.S. designed, built, owned and operated by an African-American – women are taking part in Clearview Hope, the first golf program for female military veterans in America. It was begun by Renee Powell, the second African-American to play on the LPGA Tour. She and her brother, groundskeeper Larry Powell, talked with CBS News special correspondent James Brown about how her family did not let roadblocks stand in the way of their love for the sport, and how she uses the game to teach and heal service members who've sacrificed so much for our country.
David Sibley has been called the most important illustrator of birds since John James Audubon or Roger Torey Petersen, and his "Sibley Guides to Birds" have sold more than two million copies. Rita Braver finds out how the bird fancier became one of the most respected and successful chroniclers of bird life.
Freshman Congressman Max Rose, a Democrat from New York, talks about his service in Afghanistan in the U.S. Army, the Army National Guard, and the impeachment hearings, as well as his experience taking on the role of elected official, on this week’s episode of “The Takeout with Major Garrett.”
Food poisonings in 16 states have led investigators to farms in Salinas as possible source of E. coli contamination
Travis Kalanick is cashing in on the money-losing ride-share giant as he focuses on his new culinary venture
A recap of latest polls and data-driven studies from the CBS News Election & Survey Unit
The former Penn State assistant football coach received the same sentence he did in 2012
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is preparing to launch the largest one-week political advertisement campaign ever on Monday in at least 24 states
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