The singer who is midway through his "Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour" has just released his first official autobiography, "Me." Tracy Smith talks with Sir Elton John about the reasons for writing the book, which covers the story of his parents, music, addiction and recovery, and his marriage and two sons, which he calls "maybe not the last chapter, but the best chapter."
In 2014 Rita Braver met with children grappling with a very grown-up issue: gender identity. Five years later she meets up again with Zoey, Venice and Mati, each a transgender youth, to see how their lives have progressed.
Entrepreneur, first-time politician and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang will be among the 12 contenders on stage at the Democratic Party debate in Westerville, Ohio, on October 15. Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of Wired, sits down with Yang to talk about his longshot campaign, universal basic income, and our nation's economic transformation, and why he feels he is the ideal candidate for the job.
Beginning this year radio and television sports broadcaster Jason Benetti became the fulltime play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox. Benetti, who has cerebral palsy, spoke with Scott Simon, of National Public Radio, about his remarkable career.
Music journalist Holly George-Warren, author of the new biography, "Janis: Her Life and Music," offers "Sunday Morning" a roster of Joplin hits – well-known and rare – that capture the brilliance and power of the rock and blues singer
The president also claimed the Kurds were "very happy about the way things are going"
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Software giant's chief was on leave of absence for health issues, and no cause of death was disclosed
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"He doesn't ask for anything. He just gives you a greeting and there's no way you can't greet him back and be grateful," one neighbor said
Daryl Paul first started turning strips of hose into stars and stripes in 2015
"He raised me ever since I was in second grade. And I feel like I owe it to him to carry on his last name," the player said