Charles Osgood tells us about the legacies that two CBS News colleagues have left behind. Emerson Stone spent 35 years as a writer, producer, executive and vice president in charge of news practices. Richard Hottelet was one of the "Murrow boys," setting the standard for radio reporting during World War II.
Ex-NY Gov. Pataki, police union point fingers at NYC mayor and U.S. attorney general; NAACP president says protesters don't want this
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
How did the Christmas treat with the signature hook get its start? Charles Osgood reports.
Ask Thurmond Alford about the sacrifice he made to stay near his loved ones. Alford travels seven hours each day for his dream job in Washington, D.C. Steve Hartman reports.
Tensions between NYC's mayor and cops hit a new low after two police officers were executed in Brooklyn and de Blasio visited the hospital they were taken to.
Flay's new restaurant, Gato, in New York City, is white-hot, with reservations hard to come by. With his own TV show, books and cooking products, he is at the forefront of America's growing love affair with food. But above all, Flay loves to cook, as he shows Tracy Smith.
Serena Altschul looks into a very nontraditional take on a Hanukkah tradition
December 21, 1970, marked an infamous meeting at the White House when President Nixon welcomed rock idol Elvis Presley to the Oval Office. Charles Osgood reports.
New York City is mourning the shooting deaths of two police officers killed in their patrol car in Brooklyn Saturday afternoon, by a gunman who later took his own life. The suspect may have targeted them as retribution for the chokehold death of Eric Garner in New York and for the Michael Brown police shooting case in Missouri. Mark Albert reports.
PGA says Andreone is likely the oldest golfer ever to hit an ace; he says it's his eighth since 1939, and he wants another
Officials say the shooting occurred around 3 a.m. and that a suspect is in custody
Baltimore officials warned NYPD of Ismaaiyl Brinsley after discovering his online threats, but their warning arrived too late
Hours after two NYPD officers were shot and killed, Patrick J. Lynch, President of the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, said there was "blood on many hands,” including Mayor Bill de Blasio and people who have recently protested against police violence.
Hours after two NYPD officers were shot and killed, Patrick J. Lynch, President of the New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, ? said there was "blood on many hands," including Mayor Bill de Blasio and people who have recently protested against police violence.
"There is blood on many hands," police union president says, starting "at the steps of City Hall, in the office of the mayor"
A spokesman for the 72-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion calls his prognosis "good"
At a news conference Saturday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said the "execution-style" killings of two NYPD officers was an attack on the entire city of New York.
NYPD Police commissioner Bill Bratton said two officers were "ambushed and murdered" while on duty in Brooklyn Saturday. After killing the officers, the suspect turned the gun on himself.
Armed man shoots and kills 2 NYPD officers in Brooklyn before turning the gun on himself in attack mayor calls "an assassination"