The magazine's managing editor apologized for the report, which he said was found to be a "failing" on the part of its staff
4/5: Iran nuclear deal framework leaves many questions; Camden police force makes a remarkable comeback
There's critics, questions, and controversy over the framework nuclear deal with Iran. Policy makers have spent the last several days in heated debate after an agreement was reached on Thursday; and, Camden's police force in New Jersey was in such rough shape two years ago, it got disbanded. However, now it is being praised as an example of good policing.
Camden's police force in New Jersey was in such rough shape two years ago, it got disbanded. However, now it is being praised as an example of good policing. Jericka Duncan reports.
Major League Baseball is back tonight with the Cubs hosting the Cardinals at historic Wrigley Field. While the field has been undergoing a 4-year, $575 million renovation, it remains unfinished. WBBM's Chris Martinez reports.
While some of SoCal's rich have taken steps like hiring divers to repair pools (rather than drain and refill them), not all are respecting calls for change
When California's governor ordered the state's first mandatory water restrictions last week, many people started making plans to remove their lawns. But, in wealthy neighborhoods like Beverly Hills, the grass is still green and growing. Omar Villafranca reports.
The Chicago Cubs open baseball season against the St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley field, but with the ballpark's upgrade incomplete, issues come with it
Two were struck as one sat on the tracks in the path of an Amtrak locomotive; officials say one tried to pull the other away
Authorities in suburban Boston are hoping to get answers from a suspect in custody in connection to the finding of human remains in a duffel bag
Religious freedom law leads to "full crisis mode" for businesses and tourism officials; Arizona faced similar struggle over MLK Day in 1980s
Star guard was caught by live microphone muttering disparity of Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky; Harrison apologizes for "poor choice of words"
At biannual conference of Mormons, a couple of surprises for the thousands gathered to talk marriage, leadership and faith
The Wallenda clan, famous for its death-defying performances as well as its history of tragedies, pays tribute to "Oma"
We leave you this morning in the company of Muscovy ducks in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
From the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship game, to previews of the Apple Watch: "Sunday Morning" looks at notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
NFL great Jim Brown is also a legend in America's oldest team sport: lacrosse. Brown picked up the game during high school, and even made it into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Mo Rocca delves into America's fastest-growing team sport, a favorite at schools and universities across the U.S.
A few years ago, 10-year-old twins Carter and Jack Hanson really got into the game Battleship. That got them interested in naval warfare in general, which eventually led to a family vacation to see the Yorktown, a retired aircraft carrier in Charleston, S.C., where their encounter with a WWII veteran showed them how amazing living history can be. Steve Hartman reports on the encounter.
How we remember our pets can say a lot about who we are as humans, too. Lee Cowan visits the Bubbling Well Pet Memorial Park in Napa, Calif., to see how devoted pet owners preserve the memory of their dearly departed companions.
Bill Geist takes back to 1993, when he profiled Bernard Coffindaffer, a West Virginia businessman who'd made it his life's work to erect clusters of crosses - thousands of them - next to highways across America. Today, more crosses are being raised, thanks to one woman who'd never met Coffindaffer but who continues his mission as her own.
Washington Atlee Burpee, born in the Canadian province of New Brunswick on April 5, 1858, started a mail-order seed business – the largest in the world – that became a staple for home gardeners. Charles Osgood reports.