As the heiress, artist, fashion designer and author told Erin Moriarty in this interview originally broadcast on Nov. 7, 2004, Vanderbilt gained a share of the family fortune as a child, but she lost what she really wanted: a relationship with her mother. It started her, she said, on a life-long search for love
Judy Lehmberg explains how a misunderstanding by this classical musical newbie relates to imagery of animals on an unspoiled Earth
A Douglas C-47 military transport plane dubbed "Miss Montana," parked in a museum for nearly two decades, is joining other planes for a trip to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of D-Day
With a sense of adventure, the writer restored her 300-year-old house, making it the star of an international bestseller
The sculptor's finely-detailed, expressive works are conjured from the subtle neurological connections between the artist's brain and hands, now afflicted with ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease
The designer's company, which makes some of the most exclusive clothing in the world, has raised the fortunes of the Italian town of Solomeo by upholding "the moral and economic dignity of the human being"
Correspondent Martha Teichner visited the Retirement Home for Horses at Mill Creek Farm, in Alachua, Fla., whose owners, Peter and Mary Gregory, provide a bucolic home for police and military horses that have finished their working careers, or elderly equines that have been abused, neglected or abandoned
When Aurora, Colo., middle school math teacher Finn Lanning learned his 13-year-old student Damien, who was in foster care, needed a kidney transplant, the confirmed bachelor decided to do something: become a foster parent
Reunited, Nick, Joe and Kevin have their first-ever #1 hit, a new album, and a new documentary that explores their family ties that, for a time, were frayed
Four decades after her signature song, "I Will Survive," hit #1 and became an anthem of endurance, the 69-year-old singer has released her first gospel album
At 32 he is the youngest conductor of a major orchestra in the United States, and he's done what most orchestras are desperate to do: increased the audience, young and old
The "Cry Pretty" singer says, after a year of despair, her personal agony led to a remarkable moment after she "told God how I felt"
The actor talks about his new Showtime series, "City on a Hill," fame, and the connections that bring us several degrees closer to one another
The actress-writer talks her new film, and of confounding Hollywood's expectations (and her own)
The Tony-nominated star of "The Book of Mormon" has authored a memoir about his "fumbling toward adulthood"
In Mo Rocca's latest podcast, Harvey Updyke, Jr., a die-hard Crimson Tide fan, opens up about why he poisoned the beloved 80-year-old Toomer's oak trees on the campus of his school's rival