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Anderson Cooper gets the actor to open up about his childhood, his nervousness on set, and how he felt about his "Joker" character.
Beaches are being polluted and communities, including the Navy SEALs and Border Patrol, are getting sick from the waste. Lesley Stahl reports.
In taped conversations with a Washington Post journalist, President Trump said he wanted to downplay the severity of the coronavirus. And the recordings reveal the President's view on how close the United States came to nuclear war with North Korea. Scott Pelley reports.
St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and the iconography it housed were destroyed in the attack on the World Trade Center. After almost two decades, the church is rising again with new iconography from a monastery on Mt. Athos.
New, cheaper technology has made it easier than ever for amateur photographers to take stunning, out-of-this-world images of the heavens. But as correspondent Serena Altschul reports, our night skies are becoming marred by light pollution and, increasingly, orbiting satellites. Still, for photographers, stargazers and astronomers alike, dark sky reserves (where outdoor lighting is regulated) offer some of the best views of the universe above, and a chance to look up in wonder.
Almost since news of the coronavirus pandemic first broke, partisanship became the lens through which many Americans viewed the dangers of the COVID-19 outbreak – taking hand-washing, masks and social distancing seriously, or not. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with health officials about the public’s response to the coronavirus, and examines how the federal government's leadership during a health crisis has been marred by the fingerprints of politics and the dynamics of an election calendar.
Actress, producer, director, author and entrepreneur Drew Barrymore has worn many hats in her 45 years – and she's soon to don another, as host of a new daytime talk show, "The Drew Barrymore Show," which debuts Monday on CBS. She chats with correspondent Lee Cowan about the challenges of launching a new broadcast during a pandemic, her lifelong work ethic, and what she’s learned about herself from pushing limits.
Stranded at home in quarantine this spring, Keith Urban had a tough time getting used to life as a traveling musician with nowhere to go. But as he told correspondent Tracy Smith, he successfully pivoted to playing music during a pandemic, from holding a benefit concert for frontline workers at a Nashville drive-in, to finishing his new album, "The Speed of Now, Part 1," in which he recognizes the value of – for once – slowing down.
Twenty years in the making, a new memorial has been erected, in Washington, D.C., to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who led the Allies to victory in World War II and then led the United States through the early years of the Cold War. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Ike's granddaughter, Susan Eisenhower, and with the memorial's architect, Frank Gehry, about how best to honor the life and consequential legacy of the general and commander-in-chief, whose reputation has only grown with the passage of time.
"We haven't been given a lot of reason to trust the system," said one Black mom. "Why would we trust it now, and with our most precious thing: our child."
The president said the project aimed at exploring how central slavery was to America's founding "warped" American history. He also signed an order creating a "1776 commission."
Gallup polling going back two decades shows a stark and widening political divide on many issues, leading to questions over just show sharply one's beliefs could shape their worldview.
The facility could start filling vials with a vaccine as early as November, maybe even before a vaccine has been approved.
Crime. Social justice. Impact. To miss it would be a crime.
The injuries left 19-year-old Cayley Mandadi almost unrecognizable. But what happened to her?
A heat wave helped fuel a ferocious spate of fires, costing people their homes and so much more.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
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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
The American Kennel Club has released its latest list of the nation's most beloved breeds.
Rescuers gave the little survivor a fitting name: Trooper.
Victoria Rader will soon be one of the nation's first female Eagle Scouts.
A nonprofit is helping feed people facing food insecurity in the Dallas area, and it's doing it with the help of a father and his son.
"I just want somebody's day to be better," said Catharine Knight, of her kindness project at the Houston airport.
A smart security camera, a driveway and some chalk helped facilitate a bond between a 50-year-old man and his 4-year-old neighbor.
Firefighter Brian Quinn was seen on video using a so-called "rope rescue" to save a woman trapped on a ledge outside her burning apartment.