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In this profile which originally aired on October 20, 1982, Charles Osgood meets the subway graffiti artist whose paintings took Soho by storm.
The morning news anchors from CBS, NBC and ABC pay homage to the host of CBS' long-running "Sunday Morning."
Rita Braver journeys with Charles Osgood across his news career, from his beginnings in radio, through his early TV days.
The network news anchors from CBS, ABC and NBC pay homage to a broadcast trailblazer.
Tracy Smith traces the life story of the veteran CBS newsman Charles Osgood Wood, and to Baltimore, Md., where the young baseball fan, newspaper delivery boy, and music student returned to the city of his youth, from a report originally broadcast in 2005.
One of the sport's top pitchers, the Cuban-born Jose Fernandez has died at age 24; photos from scene show overturned boat; game canceled
Arcan Cetin, a 20-year-old immigrant from Turkey, blamed for Cascade Mall shooting that left five dead; carrying computer when caught
N.C. governor’s former company gets reduction in penalty for spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic waste
Emerson College issues alert to students about two suspects being at large after several were stabbed in theater district
University alerts system sent out messages after midnight about a gunman on campus who later fled and is at large
Was a teenage girl lured to her death with a few keystrokes on a smartphone app?
Four women and a man were killed in rampage at a Macy's in Burlington, Washington
9/24: Manhunt for Washington mall shooter underway; "Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood's exit interview
Following a mass shooting at a mall, an intense manhunt is underway about 60 miles north of Seattle; With broadcast legend Charles Osgood signing off as host of CBS' "Sunday Morning," Tony Dokoupil reports on his big farewell and his exit interview with Scott Pelley
The revelation that a new San Francisco skycraper is leaning and sinking has added new concerns about the safety of other tall buildings in a city prone to earthquakes. John Blackstone reports.
A woman from Washington, D.C., gave the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture treasured family heirlooms linked to one of the first African-American business moguls. Marlie Hall reports.
There are new developments concerning a fatal police shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina. The shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott sparked violent demonstrations, and the city is still in a state of emergency. Charlotte's police chief has refused to release videos of the shooting during the investigation, but he changed his mind. Errol Barnett is there.
The 31-year-old was granted asylum by the U.S. last year
Community activists have been for days calling on chief to release body cam, dashcam video of shooting of Keith Lamont Scott
Tyre King was shot multiple times by a white officer, and police have said King was carrying a BB gun
Investigators say accused stabber had bumped into someone at party, fight quickly erupted