The legendary wildlife filmmaker tells Anderson Cooper why urgent action on climate change is crucial and why we need to save nature in order to save ourselves.
60 Minutes reports on the construction firm that earned billions of dollars in government contracts after working with a conservative fundraising campaign accused of fraud to build sections of the border wall on private land that engineers say will likely fail.
Florida's Amendment 4 restored voting rights to as many as 1.4 million felons who had completed their sentences, but then things got complicated. Hundreds of thousands of ex-convicts are still disenfranchised just over a month before the presidential election.
The former national security adviser speaks with Scott Pelley about China, Russia, his decision to serve under President Trump and a host of other topics in a wide-ranging interview.
With a record 19 chart-topping hits, singer and songwriter Mariah Carey spun a bleak and scary childhood into gold and platinum. Now 50 and the devoted mother to nine-year-old twins, she talks with Jane Pauley about her new memoir, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey," and about escaping the darkest chapters of her life.
This year the annual Rube Goldberg Machine Contest offered families under coronavirus lockdown a way to make good use of their time, by building contraptions that are utterly useless, except to accomplish mundane tasks in the time-honored fashion of the legendary cartoonist. Correspondent Mo Rocca witnesses some of the craziest devices.
In 1946, when the trailblazing Jackie Robinson hit his first homer for a Dodgers farm team in an otherwise all-White league, one player, George “Shotgun” Shuba, shook his hand – an act that was by turns normal and groundbreaking. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with sculptor Marc Mellon about his statue honoring that momentous exchange.
The doctrine of qualified immunity, whereby police officers are protected from civil lawsuits in certain cases, has come under question. Would eliminating qualified immunity improve relations between police and the greater community? Senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with law experts, and with citizens who have become mired in lawsuits for years owing to police actions that they say violated their Constitutional rights.
Comic actor Jim Belushi, who became famous for his TV, film and stage appearances, may have found a role he was born to play. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Belushi about pursuing his agricultural passion on his Oregon cannabis farm, and about the western wildfires that came close to burning it to the ground.
Oceans store 1,000 more heat than the atmosphere and ultimately control our climate destiny.
"As the incident unfolded, shots were fired," and multiple people including the suspect died, the sheriff's office said.
Report raises doubts about Trump's self-image as a successful businessman just weeks before his re-election bid.
In contrast to early thinking about the importance of transmission by contact with large respiratory droplets, it turns out that a major way people become infected is by breathing in the virus.
The debate will be moderated by "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace.
Law makes it a crime for first responders to take unauthorized photos of deceased people at the scene of an accident or crime.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
A heat wave helped fuel a ferocious spate of fires, costing people their homes and so much more.
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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 American Kennel Club has released its latest list of the nation's most beloved breeds.
"This is just what we do around here when someone in our community is in need of help," a family friend said.
Rescuers gave the little survivor a fitting name: Trooper.
Victoria Rader will soon be one of the nation's first female Eagle Scouts.
A nonprofit is helping feed people facing food insecurity in the Dallas area, and it's doing it with the help of a father and his son.
"I just want somebody's day to be better," said Catharine Knight, of her kindness project at the Houston airport.
A smart security camera, a driveway and some chalk helped facilitate a bond between a 50-year-old man and his 4-year-old neighbor.