David Sweat survived on the lam longer than now-deceased partner Richard Matt, but massive manhunt succeeds in the end
Watch the complete June 28 broadcast of "Sunday Morning," hosted by Lee Cowan.
A Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Dragon cargo ship loaded with more than 4,000 pounds of supplies and equipment bound for the International Space Station broke apart in a shower of debris shortly after launch Sunday.
White House embracing the same-sex decision, as conservatives argue the Court failed to recognize Christian-Americans.
After two historic conclusions in the Supreme Court, and a rousing eulogy in South Carolina, the panel discusses the President’s confidence and how it can affect the future.
Attorneys general in southern neighbors are just 2 of 50 refusing to immediately follow Supreme Court's landmark ruling
Some thoughts from “Face the Nation” host John Dickerson on the “sermon” that President Obama delivered in Charleston, rousing the crowd and touching on some of the most sensitive issues of race.
Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) says he was shocked by the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act, saying “this law is going to collapse under its own weight.”
Gov. John Kasich (R – Ohio) says he believes in, “traditional marriage” but the country needs to strike a balance on issues. As he contemplates his presidential run, Kasich urges the importance of healthcare and the economy.
Following the Supreme Court decision supporting nationwide same-sex marriage, Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention says conservatives ought not be forced to bend their beliefs. Moore says he respects all people, but should be allowed to hold onto convictions.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, urges the State Department to release the remainder of Hillary Clinton’s emails pertaining to the Benghazi investigation he is leading in the House of Representatives.
Head of Human Rights Campaign Chad Griffin acknowledges historic ruling on same-sex marriage and says the fight continues for civil rights for all.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, says it’s important to take down the Confederate flag, but many things still need to be done to repair race relations in the United States.
There’s one forest in Tennessee where fireflies put on a show unlike anywhere else. It’s no wonder thousands of tourists camp out each year to witness the spectacle of nature's nightlife: a species of synchronous fireflies. Lee Cowan gives us a front row seat. Originally broadcast July 13, 2014.
These days, when homeowners decide to move, more and more of them are taking their houses with them. Vinita Nair finds out what's involved in these major relocations.
This week's Supreme Court decision recognizing same-sex marriage marks a 180-degree turn from attitudes not so long ago. It's been nearly 50 years since CBS News first took on the subject of gay rights in a documentary, "The Homosexuals." Steve Hartman takes a look back.
They became icons of the American landscape: plastic pink flamingos, designed by Don Featherstone. The father of the kitschy lawn ornament died this past week at the age of 79. Lee Cowan reports.
When it comes to body art, beauty really is skin deep. More than 45 million Americans have gone under the needle for a tattoo, with many putting themselves in the hands of classically-trained artists. Faith Salie reports. Original broadcast February 8, 2015.
Police in northern New York State say they are hoping sleep deprivation, bug bites, and lack of food or water will finally take their toll on David Sweat, who escaped with another inmate from a maximum security prison three weeks ago. However, bad weather could hamper the hunt. Anna Werner reports.
On June 28, 1935, the government revealed its plan to construct a massive underground vault at an Army base in Kentucky to house the nation's gold reserves. Lee Cowan reports.