At his kitchen table, he came up with the idea using a pair of scissors and cardboard
Actor wants his 1988 assault convictions expunged, but governors face big risks in issuing pardons, especially those with presidential aspirations
Producers say screenplay for "SPECTRE" among material stolen in massive cyberattack on Sony Pictures; fears grow it could be published
The images and paintings of Walter Keane, instantly recognizable by their subjects' large, haunting eyes, became known the world over. But Walter never actually painted them; his wife, Margaret, did. Lee Cowan talks with the real artist behind the paintings, and with actress Amy Adams, who plays her in the new Tim Burton movie, "Big Eyes."
Anthony Mason visits with Misty Copeland, the breakthrough star of the American Ballet Theatre and currently in "The Nutcracker," who says change is coming slowly to the world of classical dance.
From silent films and Hollywood classics through the Golden Age of television, the curators at the Library of Congress painstakingly maintain its archive of 1.4 million films and video recordings as a time capsule of America as told through moving images. Martha Teichner goes underground for a look at this a national treasure.
Prince William, Kate give royal-watchers early Christmas present days after returning from U.S. trip
Public relations expert says major changes need to be made to prevent investors, talent from going to other studios
The breakthrough star of American Ballet Theatre says change is coming slowly to the world of classical dance
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Correspondent Lee Cowan talks to artist Margaret Keane, whose paintings of big-eyed waifs became ubiquitous in the 1960s thanks to her husband, Walter, who sold them under his own name; and to actress Amy Adams, who plays Margaret in a new film, "Big Eyes."
A super-group known as The New Basement Tapes does justice to Dylan's words with their new album
Norman Lear, creator of such classic sitcoms as "All In The Family," "Sanford and Son" and "The Jeffersons," is out with a new memoir, "Even This I Get To Experience." Lear, who is 92, joins "CBS This Morning Saturday" to discuss the book and his legendary career.
R.E.M. broke up three years ago, after 31 years as one of the most popular bands in history. A new retrospective and boxed set looks at the band's rise to fame. Anthony Mason sat down with singer Michael Stipe to discuss the group.
Bob Dylan's "Basement Tapes" marks the first collaboration between Dylan and The Band. Newly rediscovered lyrics from that time are the inspiration for a new supergroup of talented musicians. Jeff Glor reports.
Built in a former bomb shelter, the Library of Congress' National Audio-Visual Conservation Center stores 1.4M films, TV and video recordings that tell America's story
Stars honored Robin Williams at the New York premiere of "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb." It's one of William's last movies. CBSN's Vladimir Duthier reports.
"Ghostbusters," "Titanic" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" are the most-nominated movies for the Library of Congress' film preservation roster - and this year one will make it