An expanded transcript of Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz's conversation with the Oscar-winning actor, who talks about his apprenticeship in 1960s TV; George Lucas and Steven Spielberg; and what Civil War general he would like to play
The waters off the California town made famous by John Steinbeck's "Cannery Row" feature one of the most productive and diverse marine ecosystems in the world
Approximately 200 survivors of genocide – many of whom were children when they were freed from the Nazis' extermination camp in the final days of World War II – revisit the site where family members were killed, with simple goals: to remember, and pass on their stories
In Denver the country's largest Monet exhibit in more than two decades, and another upcoming exhibition in Chicago, celebrate the Impressionist master whose work inspired 20th century art movements
The beloved novel about the artistic March sisters is now a new film by "Lady Bird" director Greta Gerwig, starring Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson
Artisans practice their skills at "shibori" in the town of Arimatsu, where merchant houses specializing in producing exquisitely-dyed fabrics have stood for centuries
Used to be every big city newspaper had a guy who knew what was what, to whom both cops and crooks wanted to tell their stories. A guy like Jimmy Breslin, as New York as the A train. Harry Smith walks through some of the veteran newspaper reporter and author's biggest stories from the underworld, and visits what was John Gotti's favorite Queens social club, now a grooming salon for dogs, in this profile originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" March 9, 2008
Eight-year-old Robbie Gay loves an underdog. An abused child who entered the foster care system before being adopted, he now goes to the Flagler County Humane Society in Palm Coast, Florida, determined to adopt as many dogs as his parents will allow. But not just any dogs
The actor talks about how a respect for nature led to his role in the film adaptation of naturalist Jack London's classic novel — and doesn't talk about the upcoming installment of the Indiana Jones franchise.
At 71 the legendary singer-songwriter has recorded a new audio memoir, and an album of songs he loved while growing up in North Carolina, "American Standard"
The duo from Australia has been perfecting their blend of romantic ballads and rock for more than four decades, with a gift for making love out of nothing at all
The multiple Grammy-nominee says she is coming out of the "joyless" and "torturous" feeling that clinical depression and unwanted fame brought her
At 35, heralded as one the best guitarists in a generation, he's played the White House, toured with The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton, and is up for four Grammy Awards for his album "This Land"
His smash hit show on Broadway isn't the only reason the former frontman for the Talking Heads is so happy – in fact, he has many "Reasons to Be Cheerful"
The Tony-, Emmy- and Grammy-winning actor-singer, known for his intensity, is the calm in the eye of the storm on the hit spy drama – but also a passionate advocate for refugees escaping conflict