We mourn a friend and colleague, the late Richard Threlkeld, who reported the very first cover story on the very first edition of "Sunday Morning" back in January 1979. By then, he had already acquired a lifetime of experience, and an unmatched way with words.
Martha "Sunny" von Bulow spent the last 28 years of her life in a vegetative state after what prosecutors alleged was two murder attempts by her husband, Claus.
Somali pirates are holding hostage Captain Richard Phillips for the fifth straight day. Kimberly Dozier reports.
In a preview of her "Sunday Morning " interview with Bill Whitaker, the singer reveals how she maintains her voice - or rather, doesn't.
With fears over tainted infant food in China, many Chinese are buying American products for their children. Celia Hatton reports.
On January 1, 1752 Elizabeth Griscom was born to a Quaker family but later became better known as "Betsy Ross," who stitched the first U.S. flag for George Washington in 1776.
Having a few glasses of champagne on New Year's Eve is almost a given. Also a given: The next morning's hangover. Correspondent Serena Altschul mixes up the perfect hangover story to start 2012.
A new wave of creative avant garde mixologists has arrived, designing new mixed drinks with fresh and exotic ingredients. Seth Doane examines this spirited renaissance of the cocktail.
Commentator Luke Burbank says despite the political downside of being perceived as a "flip-flopper," changing one's position is sometimes the best thing you can do.
"Sunday Morning" marks the passing of 105-year-old Eva Zeisel, the ceramic designer who previously sat down to talk about her life and almost 9 decades of making art.
Neon signs were first seen in Paris, France when the chemist Georges Claude perfected a way to control the illumination of electrified neon gas in a tube. Charles Osgood looks back at how neon lights have evolved since their original appearance on December 11, 1910.
Ford Motor Company has been through many changes over its lifespan but nothing pushed the American company like the economic recession of 2008. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
For the past four seasons, Simon Baker has played the charming but troubled Patrick Jane on CBS's "The Mentalist." But the Australian actor tells correspondent Rita Braver he is nothing like his on-screen persona.
The 1997 film "Titanic" told one version of the story of the supposedly "unsinkable" ocean Liner. But descendants of some of those on board have their own stories to tell. Correspondent Michelle Miller reports.
Hollywood super-couple Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are engaged after years of avoiding a walk down the aisle. Charles Osgood reports.
In a preview of an interview with Erin Moriarty, airing this weekend on "Sunday Morning," the Tony and Emmy Award-winning actress Ellen Barkin gives a colorful evaluation of a photograph of ... herself. For the full interview, tune in to "Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood," November 27 at 9 a.m. ET/PT on CBS.