From baby boomers to millennials, some people have found a road map to happiness by living their lives on the open road, in RVs or converted vans. Tony Dokoupil meets the Schannep family, a couple that lives with their four children in a converted school bus; Bob Wells, an oracle of online information about living on the road; and Jessica Bruder, author of "Nomadland."
New York City's Central Park is filled with statues honoring noted historical figures, even a famous dog – and all of them are male. Nationwide, there are more than 5,000 outdoor statues of historical figures, but less than 8% of them are of women. Faith Salie reports on the Monumental Women Campaign, and Equal Visibility Everywhere, two groups that say it is time to put more women up on a pedestal.
Serena Altschul talks with actress Annette Bening, now a Tony nominee for her performance in the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons."
As the duo The War and Treaty, Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter sing some of the songs Michael wrote while serving in the Army in Iraq as tributes to fallen comrades – songs they now perform in concerts across the country and in their debut album, "Healing Tide." Conor Knighton reports.
In his new novel, "The Ballad of Huck & Miguel," author Tim DeRoche reframes Mark Twain's story of comradeship and child-like wonderment in a contemporary tale about boy-adventurer Huckleberry Finn and an undocumented Mexican immigrant rafting down the Los Angeles River. Lee Cowan reports.
A small Alaska island was the site of the only North American ground campaign during WWII. Though not well-known, the battle featured some of the war’s most brutal fighting. Jon Wertheim reports
Pro-EU parties are still expected to win about two-thirds of the 751-seat legislature
A classified report blames human error for the deadliest friendly fire incident of the Afghan War involving U.S. soldiers. Soldiers who were there say that's wrong. Bill Whitaker reports
A classified report blames human error for the deadliest friendly fire incident of the Afghan War involving U.S. soldiers. Soldiers who were there say that's wrong
A small Alaska island was the site of the only North American ground campaign during WWII. Though not well-known, the battle featured some of the war's most brutal fighting
A "60 Minutes" team traveled to the deserted Alaskan island to see where a brutal battle played out during WWII. But first they had to get there
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The cars are built for families who may not be able to afford adaptive wheelchairs, as part of the Go Baby Go organization
Every year, John Corona brought in veterans to his school, so they can share their stories with the students
The mother of three said the last few weeks have been a struggle, so her son's gift was "the shock of her life"
The family's insurance didn't cover the $20,000 wheelchair, so a group of high schoolers stepped in to help
The boy's mom thought his beloved Grover was gone forever — then a fellow mountain climber saw something blue sticking out of the snow
She was left alone to provide for her siblings and nephew – but she still went to school and ran track