The governor talks about marshaling New Yorkers to successfully flatten the curve, quarantining at home with his daughters, and the federal government's "schizophrenia" in dealing with the COVID-19 crisis
On Thursday the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced "CBS Sunday Morning" is nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards, for Outstanding Morning Program and Outstanding Single Camera Editing. The 47th Annual Daytime Emmys will be presented on June 26, broadcast live on CBS
When there is not a pandemic, the cast of the Tony-winning musical “Chicago” performs at New York’s Ambassador Theatre, home of the longest-running American musical in Broadway history. Alas, with stages shut down, the quarantined ladies of “Chicago” (Amra-Faye Wright, Arian Keddell, Mary Claire King, Pilar Millhollen, Rachel Schur and Tonya Wathen) have created a socially-distanced performance of "Cell Block Tango," exclusively for "Sunday Morning” viewers. Happy Father’s Day!
In Tulsa, Okla., President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail Saturday for the first time since the country was shut down due to coronavirus. Speaking to a smaller-than-predicted crowd, he sought to fire up his base by attacking “fake” news about COVID-19 and blaming testing for the rise in U.S. cases
In "The Art of Her Deal," Washington Post correspondent Mary Jordan explores the life of the first lady and her surprising role as one of the most influential voices in the Trump White House
Smartphones and digital downloads have helped make audio recordings of books a billion-dollar industry, with more than 45,000 new audiobooks recorded last year alone
The paint is barely dry on his latest work, "After the Storm," a celebration of the strength of the human spirit
Artisans practice their skills at "shibori" in the town of Arimatsu, where merchant houses specializing in producing exquisitely-dyed fabrics have stood for centuries
The singer best known for his 1978 country hit “The Gambler” talked with Russ Mitchell about his transition from avant-garde jazz, folk and rock to country, and his passion for photography
Back in 2011, Barry Lampke secretly installed a mailbox in the woods of Geprags Park in Hinesburg, Vermont seemingly for one recipient: “Dad.” Ever since, strangers have shared hundreds of messages of love to dads gone by
The comedian, who's been living in quarantine for three months with his kids, has some thoughts on what would make an ideal Father's Day this year
This week saw the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth, marking the day when Union Major General Gordon Granger proclaimed to the people of Texas, on June 19, 1865, that “all slaves are free” – the end of slavery in America. But it would not mean the end of oppression
Introduced in 1900 as a poem by African-American educator and activist James Weldon Johnson to mark Abraham Lincoln's birthday, and later set to music by John Rosamond Johnson, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" was adopted by the NAACP as a song of faith and freedom. Jane Pauley reports on the music that has been called the "black national anthem"
While Remdesivir is seen as a step forward in treating COVID-19, we are still far from a cure or vaccine
As Americans shelter at home, everyday shopping habits are changing, perhaps permanently, with online grocery sales way up, while department stores struggle to survive
The Shakespearean actor most recognized for his performances in the sci-fi franchises "X-Men" and "Star Trek" talks about playing Captain Jean Luc Picard, and how he sought an escape from the pandemic through poetry
Musicians may be off of stages right now, but they are still creating music inspired by an uncertain world, which will remain a marker of a time that has changed everything
The multiple-Grammy-winner has paused for a little self-reflection in a new book ("More Myself: A Journey") and a new album ("Alicia")
The Oscar-winning singer-songwriter's new coronavirus-themed composition is a love song of sorts, perfect for a time of isolation
At 71 the legendary singer-songwriter has recorded a new audio memoir, and an album of songs he loved while growing up in North Carolina, "American Standard"
The "Saturday Night Live" star talks about his new, mostly-autobiographical movie about a drifting twenty-something from NYC's least-celebrated borough touched by parental loss and depression (and yes, it's a comedy)
The "ghost light" is more than a stage tradition; it's a symbol of how the bright lights of the theater world haven't been entirely dimmed by the coronavirus pandemic