"Sunday Morning" contributing videographer Judy Lehmberg offers a break from the virus
For the Czech emigre who was a familiar cover girl in the 1980s and '90s, the modeling shoots are much rarer today – and the death last year of her husband, The Cars' Ric Ocasek, left her with a shocking surprise
The book "Picture: Muhammad Ali" shows how photographers from the Louisville Courier-Journal, the boxer's hometown newspaper, captured both public and private moments of "The Greatest"
At his studio, Charles Cecil teaches the "sight-size" method of portraiture developed during the Renaissance
Artisans practice their skills at "shibori" in the town of Arimatsu, where merchant houses specializing in producing exquisitely-dyed fabrics have stood for centuries
Bill Geist introduces us to some typewriter enthusiasts who have found a new passion for a writing machine of the past. Originally broadcast February 5, 2012
The COVID-19 pandemic has created tremendous economic uncertainty. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Michael Goodman, president of the investment management firm Wealthstream Advisors, about how people should strategize when considering dipping into their retirement savings.
The teen pop singer-turned actress, who'd considered dropping out of the entertainment business before starring in the hit TV series "This Is Us," has now released a new album
The Oscar-winning actor talks about success, failure, and his goal to become a better person
One of the biggest female music acts of all time is back with their first album in over a decade, with their new single, "Gaslighter," an ode to manipulators
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 duo from Australia has been perfecting their blend of romantic ballads and rock for more than four decades, with a gift for making love out of nothing at all
The multiple Grammy-nominee says she is coming out of the "joyless" and "torturous" feeling that clinical depression and unwanted fame brought her
The boisterous celebration of Irish music and dance, which became an unlikely global show-biz phenomenon in the 1990s, is back with a new generation of dancers to mark its quarter-century