On August 12 "Sunday Morning" picked up two awards from the National Association of Black Journalists: for Lee Cowan, producer Robbyn McFadden and editor David Bhagat's feature on the opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture; and for Martha Teichner, producer Mark Hudspeth, and editors Lauren Barnello and Chad Cardin's July 2016 report about the ambush of Dallas police officers and the deaths of people at the hands of police
For those accused who cannot afford attorneys, being represented by a public defender often means no defense at all
The society columnist's bestselling memoir about her peripatetic family life growing up poor in West Virginia is now a film starring Brie Larson, Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson
Milwaukee has the highest concentration of frozen custard shops in the world - and don't call it ice cream!
For centuries glassmakers on the Venetian island have created stunning works of art that are unequaled in their craftsmanship
The former Charlie's Angel took her love of design and created a brand, encompassing clothing lines, home decor, and now skin care products
In this profile originally broadcast on February 1, 2004, actress and author Carrie Fisher (best known as Princess Leia of "Star Wars") talked with correspondent Rita Braver about her novel "The Best Awful," a thinly-fictionalized account of how Hollywood talent agent Bryan Lourd - the father of Fisher's real-life daughter - left her for another man, and of her battle with mental illness.
"The Science Guy" says a brief celestial spectacle is cause for us all to celebrate both the planet we share and humankind's ability to understand the cosmos
Is there a sure-fire formula for married couples to stay together "happily ever after"? Steve Hartman traveled deep within the cornfields of Knox County, Indiana, to meet eight siblings who collectively have been married for 449 years
The Oscar-nominated star of "Wind River" and the "Avengers" franchise is also a house flipper
The musical greats come together for a joyous, groove-filled album of love and inspiration, "Power of Peace"
Saying no to retirement, the 84-year-old singer-songwriter laughs at mortality with his latest album, "God's Problem Child"
Now marking its 50th season, the stage of the Yale Drama School offers a unique training ground for actors and dramatists