Led by quarterback Tom Brady, New England held Indianapolis to one touchdown as they dominated the game and won a trip to Superbowl XLIX
Oprah Winfrey, director Ava DuVernay, and actor David Oyelowo, came to the Alabama town to remember the demonstrators who stood up for voting rights 50 years ago
At least five people were killed in separate accidents in Pennsylvania and Connecticut as icy conditions lead to major vehicle pileups and road shutdowns
Green Bay Packers fail to hold on to large halftime lead, giving the defending champs another shot at the title
Road conditions spurred authorities to close several stretches of road across the state and some bridges in Delaware were also closed
Friends of Erica Morales, who died at 36 right after giving birth two months early, say they will step in to help raise her kids
The Pats and Colts see each other a lot for teams not in the same division, but this game has enough new players to make it unpredictable
The vice president and his family were not home when a car drove by and let off multiple rounds, the Secret Service says
We leave you this morning in the cedars east of Norman, Oklahoma, where cardinals seek shelter from the snow.
The "Sunday Morning" contributor comments on the prevalence of very, very, very long cash register receipts.
One of humankind's most primal foods - preserved meat - is shedding its junk food status and attracting gourmet taste buds. Barry Petersen reports.
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
Though stamp collecting isn't as popular as it once was, some rare stamps are worth millions, and the stories behind rare specimens (such as the "Inverted Jenny") read like the stuff of mystery novels. Rita Braver looks into the fascinating stories behind some of the world's rarest stamps, and the sometimes equally exotic group of people who collect them.
When a dedicated employee earns praise for "A Job Well Done," it isn't always for the job he or she officially holds. Steve Hartman has a heartening example in a custodian at Trinity High School in Euless, Texas.
January 18, 1908, is the anniversary of the death of Dutch ophthalmologist Herman Snellen, who created the familiar test for visual acuity. Charles Osgood reports.
A 26-vehicle pileup put on full display the luck of one local Oregon man, who walked away from a horrific wreck with just a few scratches
Young couple from Kentucky, 18-year-old Dalton Hayes and his 13-year-old girlfriend Cheyenne Phillips, had evaded police in a few states
"She never got to see them," family friend says of 36-year-old woman, who had been trying to have a baby for years
Mitt Romney addressed Republican Party leaders at their winter meeting in San Diego. As Nancy Cordes explains, he's sounding more and more like he'll test the theory that the third time's the charm; and, disabled veterans are learning the recipe for new careers at a bakery boot camp thanks, in part, to a Jesuit priest who partnered with a real-estate mogul to help vets ease into the next chapter of their lives.
David Robinson, a life-long philatelist, would like to put his stamp on how the Postal Service promotes his hobby