Inside Florida's chaotic vaccine rollout; How Darren Walker, the head of the Ford Foundation, wants to change philanthropy; And, survivors recount being stranded on an island as teens 50 years ago.
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on corruption allegations clouding Florida's efforts to vaccinate its residents.
The man in charge of giving away more than $500 million a year shows Lesley Stahl how he's rethinking charitable giving.
Holly Williams reports on how a group of schoolboys worked together to survive 15 months stranded on an island.
On Easter Sunday country star Carrie Underwood will be performing a virtual live concert of gospel music on the stage of Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, streamed on her Facebook channel. Underwood talks with correspondent Michelle Miller about performing at the "Mother Church of Country Music," and about recording her first gospel album, "My Savior," on which she sings beloved Christian hymnal standards.
Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, and author of a new memoir, "Beautiful Things," opens up to "Sunday Morning" correspondent Tracy Smith about his abuse of drugs and alcohol; the loss of his brother, Beau; and becoming the center of an election-year firestorm launched by his father's political opponents.
The Medici family funded numerous artists and architects during the Italian Renaissance – but less is known of their patronage of composers and musicians, and subsequently the music of that era is not as familiar. Researchers are now unearthing, deciphering and performing music that has not been heard in more than four hundred years. Seth Doane reports.
In the era of the Russian tsars, Peter Carl Fabergé's jewel-studded objets d'art were a royal riff on a much humbler Easter tradition of ordinary folk giving each other colored hens' eggs. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports on the lore of Fabergé eggs, from opulent originals to sparkling counterfeits.
The retiring leader of the Washington Post's newsroom talks with "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl about the changing world of newspapers; how Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Post reinvigorated the paper; and how events of the past several years have shined a light on the fragility of democratic institutions and the importance of a free press.
Clark was known for defending unpopular figures, including former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
"This is the fifth time the Court has summarily rejected the Ninth Circuit's analysis of California's COVID restrictions on religious exercise," the opinion states.
The commission is to conduct a 180-day study on adding seats to the Supreme Court and other potential changes to the high court.
The millions of gallons of water pumped into Tampa Bay could further devastate an already struggling manatee population — and when hurricane season hits, things may only get worse.
Millions of Americans are getting CDC-issued "vaccination record" cards. Here's what to do with them.
Mr. Trump did not say whether he would be on the ticket in 2024, but he twice teased a potential candidacy, according to an attendee at his speech.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.
Prince Philip, who died at age 99, was the patriarch of the British royal family.
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Newly elected to be the 46th president, Biden has had a long political career and a personal life filled with triumph and heartbreak.
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
"I'm just trying to make people smile," the NBA great said.
The girls set a goal of selling 1,000 boxes and far surpassed that. So, they set another goal for their cookie sales.
"CBS Evening News" viewers donated $600,000 to help military families struggling with hunger during the coronavirus pandemic.
Speaking on television for the first time since her father's death, Nicky Trebek said that she is launching a team for the virtual PurpleStride walk, which benefits the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
"And I just knew that they were going to be a little bit scared to go to work that day, so, that's why I decided to hand out flowers," JJ Witmer told CBS News.
Damien was set to leave school when was sick. Instead, his math teacher took him.