Ted Koppel reports on the scores of people convicted and imprisoned for decades in Maryland as a result of a faulty jury instruction - and what happened upon their release
The legendary magazine editor, author of "The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992," opens up about her relationships with the now-disgraced film producer and a future president
The Chinese dissident artist and filmmaker's NYC art installation questions whether fences are desirable in an increasingly divided world
One Stonewall Jackson window has been a part of Roanoke's Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church for 125 years
The "Modern Family" actress is also a marketing powerhouse - and a force behind helping fund micro-loans to women trying to start their own small businesses
In this report originally broadcast on "CBS This Morning," correspondent Hattie Kauffman tests her mettle with acrobatics and the flying trapeze, at San Francisco's School of Circus Arts, where everything is literally up in the air
For more than 17 years Russell Wattenberg has catered to thousands of hungry minds. He runs a Baltimore outfit called The Book Thing, which is not a library or store. People can just take whatever books they want, for free. A fire destroyed the non-profit in March 2016, but a new page has turned: The Book Thing has bounced back
The husband-and-wife country music stars bring their chemistry to a new album of duets, "The Rest of Our Life"
At 76 the singer, who is touring solo again after publishing a new memoir, talks about his gifted voice, and the high- and low-points of his partnership with Paul Simon
Kenneth Branagh talks about his new star-filled adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic murder mystery
Matt and Ross Duffer melded their childhood love of Steven Spielberg fantasy movies and Stephen King horror books into a supernatural hit returning for season two
J.K. Rowling talks about the sensation of London's theater world, coming soon to Broadway: "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child"