The loss of a key food source – whitebark pine trees – to bark beetles can have a devastating effect on bears' ability to hibernate
While Americans today are drinking 37% less milk than they did 50 years ago, the market for plant-based milks has skyrocketed – but is a beverage derived from almonds or oats "milk," or "juice"?
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"
A recent NYC exhibition, now at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, explores the importance of black models as key to the development of 19th and 20th century art
For some, getting a manicure these days is less maintenance and more masterpiece, as seen on fashion runways and the hit TV show "Claws"
In Cobscook Bay, Maine, the Pittston Company's plans to build an oil refinery, welcomed by the tiny, struggling town, were met with resistance by environmentalists. The battle over the potential damage to the nesting area of the bald eagle led the Environmental Protection Agency to deny a permit
Six-year-old Finn Daly, of West Hartford, Connecticut, who has Down syndrome and is also autistic, finds comfort and contentment in a sight most of us take for granted: a fluttering flag. Steve Hartman reports on how one neighbor's small gesture helped transfix a little boy
On September 9, 2019, celebrated Swiss-born photographer Robert Frank died at the age of 94. In this "Sunday Morning" interview broadcast on October 4, 1987, Frank talked about the inspirations behind his classic collection of photographs, "The Americans," taken during a two-year trip across the U.S., which was then being exhibited in a cross-country tour as part of a celebration of his life's work
The 10-time Grammy-winner - the highest-paid celebrity on the planet - opens up about songwriting, family, critics, the sale of her back catalog, and the quality of forgiveness
After 11 years as a top draw in Las Vegas, the brother-and-sister duo are facing new challenges on their own, from Donny's solo album to Marie taking a seat on "The Talk"
With a bestselling book, a new album, and an arts-based charter school opening in Chicago, the 47-year-old rapper/actor talks about self-improvement and trying to make a difference
Founded by the groundbreaking dancer-choreographer, one of the world's preeminent modern dance companies continues his legacy with a new generation
The Oscar-nominee talks about how her mother and aunt helped shape her pursuit of acting, and about her new film, "Otherhood," playing a mother trying to reconnect with her adult son
In her new touring show, the Australian writer, actress and comedian whose standup deftly intersects comedy and tragedy is even more revealing
In Mo Rocca's latest podcast, Harvey Updyke, Jr., a die-hard Crimson Tide fan, opens up about why he poisoned the beloved 80-year-old Toomer's oak trees on the campus of his school's rival