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Dealing with death is simply part of living life, as every person who dies leaves behind loved ones who must face a grieving process. And while most of us eventually adapt to a "new normal," one in 10 endures what researchers calls "complicated grief." For them the acute phase of grief never lets up. Susan Spencer investigates the study of grief with Dr. Katherine Shear, and how a website, Modern Loss, is sharing personal stories of grief, loss and coping from around the world, sometimes with unexpected twists. She also talks with columnist Leslie Gray Streeter, who wrote the loss of her husband and came up with a surprising response to her grief.
"CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell interviews Nikki Haley, the former South Carolina governor and Trump administration Ambassador to the United Nations, who talks about the president's rhetoric and tweets, and on being asked by fellow Cabinet members to take sides against the president.
For her project titled "We the People," artist Mary Whyte set out to paint 50 veterans from 50 states. The men and women included in the exhibition, now at the City Gallery in Charleston, S.C., are as diverse as the nation they served. Martha Teichner reports.
In the 1960s, Ford Motor Company embarked on building a supercar that could beat the Italian automaker Ferrari at one of the world's most prestigious car races, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That effort (and the story of the car designer and driver behind it) is now told in the new movie "Ford v. Ferrari." Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with stars Matt Damon (who plays Carroll Shelby, the automotive artist hired to defeat Ferrari) and Christian Bale (who plays legendary driver Ken Miles) about the quest to create a finely-tuned weapon of speed.
Irma Rombauer wrote and published the first "Joy of Cooking" in 1931. Updating "Joy" has been a family tradition, passed down through the generations. Serena Altschul talks with Irma's great-grandson, John Becker, who is co-author, along with wife Megan Scott, of the latest edition of one of the most successful cookbooks ever published.
With smart phones and wireless internet, gaining access to pornography has never been easier for young people. But experts say early exposure to porn can "rewire" young people’s brains, distort their views of sexual behavior, and even contribute to dating violence. CBSN Originals explores the issue in the documentary "Speaking Frankly: Porn." Watch the full story at cbsnews.com/porn.
Lawmakers are responding to the first day of public testimony in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett and New York Times congressional correspondent Sheryl Gay Stolberg join CBSN's "Red and Blue" to discuss the latest.
A separate impeachment process related the Trump family is happening outside of Congress. Megan Reeves, an education reporter for the Tampa Bay Times, joins "Red and Blue" to discuss the effort to oust the University of Florida's student body president.
Nearly 900 women went to Europe during the war, and delivered mail to the troops, while bombs dropped around them
Nearly 900 members strong, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion was the first and only all-black Women's Army Corps unit deployed to Europe during WWII. They made sure soldiers received their mail, but weren't recognized for their service. Jim Axelrod shares one member's story.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Trump's tax returns can be turned over to state criminal investigators
Looking back at the wall that once divided Germany during the Cold War, and its collapse in November 1989
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
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Michael Platt has been on Food Network, did a TED talk, and is constantly giving back to those in need with his one-for-one business
Officials believe three cows swam about 4 miles to safety and are now "grazing peacefully together" on land
When Terry Vereline crossed the finish line, she became the first paralyzed veteran to complete a marathon using an exoskeleton
The National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky, will display the finished product sometime next year
You can't get on the transplant list if you don't have a home or some kind of support system to help you post-surgery
"He was gonna die, 100 percent. There's no ifs, ands or buts — he was a goner," the seamen said