Julie Yip-Williams had already experienced a difficult life when she was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer; now she prepares to leave her young daughters behind, passing on lessons of resilience
A rare North American exhibition of works by the mother of Brazilian Modern Art showcases the vibrant colors of her homeland
The New York City establishment reached the pinnacle of fine dining - what better time to shut the place down and start all over again?
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
A ballerina's most important accessory helps her stay en pointe
Missing the Winter Olympics? In this report originally broadcast on January 11, 1988, Bill Geist travels to the frigid Iron Range of Northern Minnesota, where the sport of curling is a way of life
Several years ago, in Summerville, South Carolina, Annie Caddell stirred heated emotions from across her predominantly black neighborhood when she raised a Confederate flag outside her home. Protests led to counter-protests, which made international news. But now Caddell has done an about-face, and taken down the flag, helping move her divided community a little closer together
The acclaimed British singer-songwriter, after breaking from his brother and their band Oasis, has now released his third album with his new band, titled "Who Built the Moon?"
The singer who rose to fame as part of the British boy band One Direction is launching a career as a solo artist
The actress has earned plaudits for writing and directing "Lady Bird," one of the best-reviewed films ever
The fabled TV exec who mentored standup comics and backed late-night institutions such as Johnny Carson and David Letterman emerged from a much darker background
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