The putative end of the Cold War didn't mark the end for the master spy storyteller, who continued to write thrilling bestsellers of international intrigue and duplicity. Mark Phillips talked with the writer about how his "secret world" hadn’t changed all that much in this report broadcast November 17, 1996. Don't miss Phillips as he visits with le Carré again on November 17!
The Bracken Bat Cave, northeast of San Antonio, is the summer home of about 20 million insect-eating Mexican free-tailed bats
Matt Stutzman, one of the top-ranked archers in the country, has medaled in a sport that many would have thought beyond his reach: he was born without arms
The Santa Fe-based collective of artists invites audiences to step into a whole different dimension, putting on exhibitions that tantalize with vivid visuals and storytelling that is magical, mysterious, or just plain bizarre
The Canadian author says her sequel, "The Testaments," which continues the saga of the women of the dystopian society of Gilead, offers "tons of hope"
For some, getting a manicure these days is less maintenance and more masterpiece, as seen on fashion runways and the hit TV show "Claws"
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
During her 35 years as a nurse, Lori Wood has been a hero many times over. At the time Jonathan Pinkard, a 27-year-old autistic man, met Wood, doctors in Newnan, Ga., told him he had heart failure and needed a heart transplant. Being homeless, there was no way he could get on a transplant list – until Wood took matters in hand
Their first-ever collaboration is an affecting mob epic of loyalty and corruption, about a hit man for a Philadelphia crime family and the fate of Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa
The music legend has completed an autobiography, titled "Me," but his story is far from over
A new biography about the rock and blues singer, "Janis: Her Life and Music," presents a portrait of a gifted, complex and challenging artist who became an iconic trailblazer during her brief 27 years
After overcoming poverty and homelessness, and continuing to battle self-doubt and body shaming, the 31-year-old singer-rapper, whose career she describes as "the slowest build of all time," has exploded with a #1 song
The Chicago White Sox broadcaster talks about his path to the microphone, contending with a condition that, he says, makes him unique
Founded by the groundbreaking dancer-choreographer, one of the world's preeminent modern dance companies continues his legacy with a new generation