The efforts to ramp up COVID-19 vaccinations; Never-before-seen video of the attack on Al Asad Airbase; And, Colson Whitehead speaks with 60 Minutes.
David Martin speaks with troops who were there as an Iranian ballistic missile attack rained down on Al Asad Airbase in Iraq, part of six days that saw the U.S. and Iran go to the brink of war.
The two-time Pulitzer-winner opens up to John Dickerson about his writing process, his wide variety of interests, getting rejected and "the space of very little hope" he found himself working in when he wrote "The Underground Railroad" and "The Nickel Boys."
Jeff Zients, who fixed the troubled rollout of the Obamacare website, talks with Bill Whitaker about his new role in the Biden administration: getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people.
In the 1980s and ‘90s Bob Ross hosted the public television series “The Joy of Painting,” until his death in 1995 at age 52. But ever since, the artist’s instructions in how to paint “happy little trees” have only grown more popular. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks back at the canvas of Ross’ career and the big picture of his life lessons.
Correspondent Nancy Giles goes up, up and away with two of The 5th Dimension’s founding members, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., whose music brought joyful harmonies to the tumultuous ‘60s and ‘70s, and who will soon release their first studio album in nearly three decades, “Blackbird: Lennon-McCartney Icons,” featuring classic Beatles love songs.
In Western states this winter’s weather has produced snowpack conditions that are making avalanches even more threatening than usual. Correspondent Serena Altschul talks with experts about the conditions that create avalanches and how to make wise choices in the backcountry.
When LeVar Burton switched his career ambitions from the seminary to the stage, his first audition was for the TV miniseries “Roots,” which brought him instant fame as the enslaved Kunta Kinte. Since then the actor became renowned for his role in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” and as host of the PBS literacy series “Reading Rainbow.” Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Burton about the broad sweep of his career, including his podcast, “LeVar Burton Reads.”
For 17 seasons actress Ellen Pompeo has starred in the longest-running primetime medical drama on American TV. But now her character on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Dr. Meredith Grey, has been diagnosed with COVID-19. Will she, and the show, survive? Correspondent Tracy Smith reports.
Most Americans say $1,400 payments included in rescue package will last them less than three months, lawmakers argue.
Raimondo will help guide the economy's recovery during and after the coronavirus pandemic.
Voting rights advocates fear a ruling in favor of Arizona Republicans could water down the landmark Voting Rights Act.
A new report cites Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas and New Mexico among the worst states for children during the pandemic as millions of children across the country face hunger and many parents struggle with stress and anxiety. Betsy Zorio, vice president of U.S. Programs and Advocacy for Save the Children, discussed the organization's "Childhood in the Time of COVID" report with CBSN.
At least 13 people were killed when a SUV carrying 25 people crashed into a semi truck in Holtville, California, about 100 miles east of San Diego. CBS Los Angeles has the latest.
The teen reportedly got a team to use bots and bought $132,000 worth of pairs of rare Yeezys, which he later flipped into a $20,000 profit.
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Newly elected to be the 46th president, Biden has had a long political career and a personal life filled with triumph and heartbreak.
The Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve, draped over nearly one million acres of wilderness areas and the Sawtooth National Forest, is a major draw for amateur astrophotographers capturing the heavens
The American Kennel Club has released its latest list of the nation's most beloved breeds.
"It just floods your heart to be able to help someone else and it feels good," Jermaine Jordan said.
Brian Myers gave Sadie a chance. She saved his life.
Andrew Mitchell may live in New Jersey, but the storm in Texas hit home – so he drove 22 hours to help.
Calvin Tyler dropped out of the historically black school in 1963, but has made a huge impact on Morgan State University since.
Children with disabilities are finding unconditional love from animals with disabilities.
Haley Arceneaux will be the youngest American to fly in space.