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Through eight grueling years of the Revolutionary War, and another eight as the first President of the United States, George Washington was sustained by a dream, of the day he would return to Mount Vernon, his beloved plantation high above the Potomac River, where at 65 years old he aspired to a peaceful retirement as a farmer. But that's not quite how it turned out. His post-presidency was filled with controversy, intrigue, and personal torment. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Chip Reid visits Mount Vernon, and talks with Jonathan Horn, author of "Washington's End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle."
Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, who has faced down sharks ("Jaws"), aliens ("Close Encounters of the Third Kind"), and his own demons talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about success, failure, and his goal to become a better person.
Correspondent Lee Cowan checks in on Epic Systems Corporation, of Verona, Wis., a software company that has changed the way medical records are kept, accessed and disseminated.
In recent months 93-year-old artist Betye Saar has been cast in the spotlight, with glowing reviews for major shows at New York City's Museum of Modern Art and at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Saar's primary art form is assemblage – sculptures made from found items that she pieces together, often addressing spirituality and black oppression – that turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Correspondent Serna Altschul reports.
"Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie objects to the increasingly indiscriminate use of the term "Team" among work colleagues. That's something we can all agree upon, right, Team?
The icon's words evoked multiple thunderous rounds of applause from the audience of famous faces.
"#2, #24, #20 years as a Laker and the amount of years Kob and I were together," Vanessa Bryant wrote in an Instagram post announcing the memorial.
Authorities in Italy announced that all Carnival events had been called off as the region tries to contain the outbreak. In China, more than 2,400 people have died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Matthew Whitaker has been rocking crowds with his improvisational piano playing for most of his short life. He may be blind, but a neuroscientist has found Whitaker's visual cortex goes into overdrive when he plays.
In 2014, 298 people on a passenger jet were killed when an anti-aircraft missile targeted them as they passed over Ukraine. Scott Pelley reports on the details of the flight and the investigation that's followed.
Part of the plane that was carrying 298 people on MH17 has been pieced together again after it was shot out of the sky in 2014. It's given investigators a clear look at how the flight was shot down.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
See what your favorite big-screen stars wore to the ceremony.
A look at the extraordinary career of one of Hollywood's most iconic actors.
Shows and movies you'll want to stream soon.
Millions of acres have already burned.
Robbie Gay loves an underdog.
Alex Johnson got 10 members of the Tennessee House of Representatives to use wheelchairs for an entire day.
Born with a rare defect, Jessica Jewett paints and draws with her mouth.
Raya Kenney first envisioned a monument to the "Rosies" for a fifth grade school assignment.
At first, David Caldwell didn't believe that the woman taking care of his son also took care of him.
Riley is now in remission, but she's still receiving biweekly chemo treatments.