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We leave you this morning in Glacier National Park in Montana, by the rushing waters of Avalanche Gorge.
Police say famed Princeton mathematician and his wife of 60 years were killed in a taxi crash on the New Jersey Turnpike
From Memorial Day on Monday to the final round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
Incident in city's Central City neighborhood still under investigation; officer worked for the Housing Authority of New Orleans
Michael Swaine has a 15-year mission to mend the Tenderloin district in downtown San Francisco. Once a month, this college art teacher sets up a sewing machine on the sidewalk and, stitch by stitch, repairs the fabric of his community, all for free. Steve Hartman reports.
The action film star loves riding motorcycles so much he co-founded Arch Motorcycle Company, which designs and custom-builds high-end models. Tracy Smith reports on Keanu Reeves' road to success, and how he's enjoying the ride.
Protesters say many of the 170 arrested over deadly shootout were just in the wrong place at the wrong time; biker "Bear" Kirschner Jr. buried
The Cape Cod vacation spot attracts thousands every summer, and is a longtime haven for novelists, playwrights, artists and eccentrics. Mo Rocca guides us through "P-town."
On May 24th, 1686, European physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, who used purified mercury to create the first modern thermometer, was born. Charles Osgood reports.
Many veterans in trouble with the law say what they want most is a fighting chance to make things right. Mark Strassmann reports that in some cases, they're finding that chance in a special kind of courtroom.
Heavy rains lead to numerous rescues; Okla. music festival evacuated; Texas communities near Blanco River urged to clear out
Last-minute replacement for suspended star Jones redeems himself with dominating performance; Chris Weidman also beats Vitor Belfort
Protests and arrests follow white patrolman's acquittal for killing of two unarmed black men; another case's outcome could stir unrest all over again
Tried a third time for killing his wife, a wealthy businessman vows he’s innocent. Will a jury finally believe him?"48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty investigates.
"48 Hours" Presents: Tried a third time for killing his estranged wife, a wealthy businessman vows he's innocent. Will a jury finally believe him?
On this Memorial Day weekend, a few veterans of "the greatest generation" are getting a high-flying thanks for their service. Mark Albert reports.
Ireland is the first country in the world to pass a constitutional referendum allowing same-sex marriage. As Charlie D'Agata reports, homosexuality was illegal there just 23 years ago.
Around 250,000 Catholics turned out in El Salvador for the ceremonial first step of Archbishop Oscar Romero's path to sainthood. As Allen Pizzey reports, this is something that would have been considered unlikely when Romero was gunned down celebrating Mass 35 years ago.
Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo was acquitted of manslaughter in the shooting deaths of two unarmed African-Americans. A judge ruled that when Brelow fired 49 bullets into the car they were driving the shooting was "reasonable despite knowing now that there was no gun in the car." Jericka Duncan reports.
The drought in California has taken a toll on the whole state. As Danielle Nottingham reports, lawns these days are the subject of ridicule, and sod farmers are losing business.