There is no broadcast this week as CBS presents the NFL matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Los Angeles Chargers live from Wembley Stadium in London, England. We will be back on October 28 - just in time for Halloween!
The completion of Judy Lehmberg's two-month trip to South Africa and Kenya brings back memories of her first trip to Nairobi in 1976
Only about 20% of adults with hearing loss actually use hearing aids, but advances in technology and a new law may drive down prices – and be music to consumers' ears
In September 1968 on the boardwalk at Atlantic City, feminists protested the beauty pageant's ideal of femininity, and introduced the notion of gender equality to a new audience
An exhibition of paintings and flowers at the New York Botanical Garden showcases one of the lesser-known subjects of the great American artist: Hawaii
For his 19th book, "Fear: Trump in the White House," the veteran reporter interviewed more than 100 officials and staffers, who describe chaos and discord in the administration
To deal with a feral cat problem on the island of Lanai, a home for 600 felines has been opened – and it's become a destination for thousands of human visitors as well
After nearly four decades, the New York Post celebrity journalist is still going strong – but just don't call her column "gossip"
In a rare interview, the designer – now 78 – talks about the purpose of fashion and his own longevity
Back in 1969, Don Wetzel was growing increasingly frustrated while waiting on a long line at a bank in order to cash a check. That's when he hit upon the idea of an automated teller machine – the first ATM, using PIN codes and a personalized bank card. In a story originally broadcast on the "CBS Evening News" on September 20, 1995, Bill Geist talked with Wetzel about his achievement, which was being honored by the Smithsonian Institution
The legendary singer, now 78, has written a memoir, "My Love Story," and opens up about her years with Ike Turner, falling for a younger man, Buddhism, and the suicide earlier this year of her son, Craig
It was a human endurance story that began with human folly, when U.S. Marines, suffering temperatures of 50° below zero, were met by waves of Chinese forces 100,000 strong
Fueled in part by reactions to Trump, a record number of female candidates are running this year, but women are still woefully under-represented in elected office; Tony Dokoupil talks with Hillary Clinton, Jahana Hayes and Kimberlin Brown Pelzer
Todd Kirnan, a 45-year-old man with autism, has been making deliveries and doing odd jobs for virtually every business in downtown Gresham, Ore. Todd is so treasured here that people have often joked that he should have his own statue, or have a parade thrown in his honor. Which is why Kirnan got a very special surprise recently
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 composer-conductor was a superstar of the concert hall, the Broadway stage and television; a new touring exhibition examines the multi-talented music legend
The "Peppermint" actress talks about her all-natural baby food company and the un-natural influence of the tabloid press
The "Scandal" star talks about returning to Broadway on the drama "American Son," and about co-founding Time's Up to combat sexual harassment in the workplace
After a second career as a Member of Parliament, the two-time Oscar-winner has returned to acting, and now appears on stage in a revival of Edward Albee's classic
With Candice Bergen once again playing a TV journalist tackling hot-button topics, the series aims once again to prove, somewhere in the middle of the left and the right, there's still room for humor