Miss the second half of the show? The latest in the discussion about civil rights and gay marriage.
The latest on conflicts overseas and politics back home, with White House chief of staff Denis McDonough, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia, and others.
"Sunday Morning"'s moment in nature leaves you at Greenwich Cove, on the shores of Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay - a safe harbor for mute swans, who mate for life.
Dale and Alice Rockey are each 99 years old. They met as kids just after the turn of the last century, in the small town of Hemingford, Nebraska. As Lee Cowan reports, the group Worldwide Marriage Encounter crowned the Rockeys the Longest Married Couple of 2015, having been husband and wife for 81 years.
Do you choose a Simmons, a Serta, a Sealy? A posturepedic, temperpedic, ultra firm, ultra soft, memory foam, coil or no coil? Nancy Giles investigates the seemingly endless list of choices when it comes to choosing the right mattress.
In the beginning, marriage proposals were pretty straightforward, but then Hollywood invented the romantic comedy. And now, in the age of YouTube, anyone can star in an epic proposal. But don't worry - if you can't think of your own proposal, you can hire a proposal company. David Pogue reports.
Researchers says people would suffer from sudden onset of heart muscle weakness and heart failure after being subjected to emotional trauma - like the death of a spouse - may suffer from Broken-Heart Syndrome, which can be fatal. Susan Spencer reports.
The Paris jewelry house Cartier has been dazzling customers since 1847, catering to European aristocrats and, later, Hollywood royalty. Jane Pauley visits an exhibition of iconic Cartier jewels at the Denver Art Museum.
America's airspace could soon start filling with unmanned aircraft inspecting bridges and crops, delivering pizzas, and mapping roads under new proposal
Columnist Dan Savage dispenses relationship advice in a weekly column, podcasts and live shows. Thousands seek his advice, and as Erin Moriarty reports, his busiest day is not Valentine's Day, but February 15th!
New York chef Marc Forgione's Valentine's Day menu is a booster shot for passion and desire. But is there a scientific basis for aphrodisiacs? Michelle Miller reports.
When TV was black-and-white and attitudes toward sex were, too, Masters and Johnson's book, "Human Sexual Response," helped fuel the sexual revolution. But, as Martha Teichner reports, they have their own explosive story as well.
Timberwolves rookie, just 19, wows with "Space Jam" dunk; Curry honors Muslim North Carolina shooting victims
If Boston gets more than 10 inches, as predicted today, it will have seen more snow in the past three weeks than Chicago has ever had in an entire winter
Despite global outcry over killings of 3 Muslim students, it may be difficult for prosecutors to prove the murders were based on religion
After more than 6 feet of snow in last 3 weeks, residents are fed up: "My back hurts, my neighbor's back hurts, everybody's back hurts"
180-mile stretch of Ohio Turnpike closed after multiple crashes; truck driver in pileup on Interstate 70 says "road is like a skating rink"
A Colorado woman found a letter from Bill Moore -- serving overseas in Patton's army -- to his future wife Bernadean tucked away in a vinyl record
Oil prices hit their highest level so far this year. Also, 14 gamblers who won a combined $1.5 million at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City, New Jersey, have been ordered to give it all back. Karina Mitchell reports on the day's top MoneyWatch headlines.
A close-knit Portuguese-American community influenced Mendes' cuisine throughout his award winning career. He trained with some of the world's culinary masters, before opening his own restaurant "Aldea" in 2009, and was named one of Food and Wine's best new chefs. Mendes has earned a Michelin star every year since, and recently released his first cookbook "My Portugal." He joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss his career and new book.