Newsmakers who passed away in 2016; actor Henry Winkler; Conor Knighton talks about America's national parks; a Charlottesville, Va., doctor who has delivered more than 10,000 babies; "Atlas Obscura"; the year in review.
The life and legacy of President Barack Obama; singer Jackie Evancho; actress Viola Davis; Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning; Inaugural gown trends; White House photographer Pete Souza; New York's St. Paul's Chapel; dollhouse exhibit.
Saturday's Women's March on Washington; the inauguration of Donald Trump and the start of a new White House administration; actor Henry Winkler; hunting for white truffles in Italy; the men behind the McDonald's hamburger empire.
The U.S. Navy's newest hi-tech warship; the artists who create ski trail maps; the actors and creative minds behind the film "Moonlight"; actor Dennis Quaid; Palm Springs, Calif.; journalist Rita Braver; the legacy of Mary Tyler Moore.
Singers who rely on lip-syncing their vocals during live performances; actress Emma Stone; singer-songwriter Lori McKenna; romance novels; designer Michael Kors; "bro hugs"; New York's Electric Lady Studios.
Computer passwords; actor Damian Lewis; a Chicago artist turns potholes into art; author Gay Talese; filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice; the hazards of the "reply all" email function; the creator of a Canadian program to provide homes for Syrian refugees.
The craft of creating title sequences for films and TV; fashion designer Christian Siriano; the principality of Monaco; actress Sally Field; filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice; Hollywood tech wizards; film critic David Edelstein's Oscar picks.
Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook examines the latest advances in cancer treatment; singer Sheryl Crow talks about surviving breast cancer; a family use their son's struggle with cancer as the basis for a video game to help others.
A Las Vegas museum that displays famous neon signs; racecar driver Mario Andretti; designer Betsey Johnson; investigating why Denmark is considered the happiest place on Earth; an acclaimed cooking school in Ireland; comic Jim Gaffigan.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer and TV host Sean Hannity; actor Danny DeVito; the history of Wonder Woman; sportscaster Verne Lundquist; John McLaughlin paintings; the history of the phone booth; a Seattle couple collects rare fossils and crystals.
Agriculturalists work to safeguard the world's food supply; author Mary Higgins Clark; actor Alec Baldwin; a California winery that employs trained peregrine falcons; singer Willie Nelson; found Nazi U-boat and Allied ship.
Actress Jaclyn Smith; automation in the workplace; the licensing of viral video clips; airline travel points; the importance of the neighborhood bodega; entrepreneurial success stories; a virtual currency called Sardex.
Mo Rocca tours the Vatican and speaks with Pope Francis; Edgar Degas exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum; Rita Boncompagni Ludovisi, Principessa de Piombino; Perugina chocolate Easter eggs; singer Ricky Martin; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
Potential budget cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts; a sound artist pursues true quiet in nature; filmmaker Sheila Nevins; Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; actor Rob Lowe and author S.E. Hinton ("The Outsiders").
Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus; musicians Daryl Hall and John Oates; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson; author David Grann; President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office; director Jonathan Demme.
How law enforcement deals with prostitution in Seattle and Las Vegas; actress Diane Lane; former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; actress Lucy Liu; exhibit exploring music's influence on artist Marc Chagall; Norway's slow TV trend.
Air Force Col. Kato Martinez talks about surviving the Brussels airport bombing; singer Johnny Mathis; actresses Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone; comic Jim Gaffigan; actress Goldie Hawn; a community works to support foster children.
Jane Pauley anchors from locations across Amsterdam; fashion designer Jessica Simpson; actress Bette Midler; thatched roofs; a couple who built a home of floating islands; profile of the inventor of the Super Soaker and Nerf gun.
Interview with the three survivors of an attack on their platoon in Vietnam; comic Kevin Hart; graduation at The Culinary Institute of America; musician Roger Waters; Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.); a cemetery located in Great Smoky National Park.
The history and evolution of AIDS; musician Roger Waters; comedy legends Dick Van Dyke, Carl Reiner and Norman Lear; a boat race from the coast of Washington to Alaska; "A Doll's House, Part 2"; exclamation points; artist Kerry James Marshall.
A Long Island lobsterman who fell overboard at night shares his tale of survival; singer-songwriter Lorde; Broadway actor Tommy Tune; artist Elise Engler; the Yale Repertory Theatre; the Italian island of Murano; the enduring appeal of Wonder Woman.
The role of the media in the formation of Americans' opposing political viewpoints; the life and legacy of Gen. George Armstrong Custer; comic Dick Gregory; millennial fathers; Monterey Pop Festival; pianist Lang Lang; comic Jim Gaffigan.
The impact of the iPhone; a woman who has had two heart transplants shares her story; tennis player John McEnroe; comic Dick Gregory; singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper; glassmaking on the Italian island of Murano.
Summer Fridays in the workplace; visiting amusement parks; Dick Cavett; lobster rolls; bug bites; Jim Gaffigan talks about boating; the Isley Brothers; author Jeannette Walls; actress Brie Larson; Japanese hand fans.
Actress Jaclyn Smith; automation in the workplace; companies' return policies; the licensing of viral video clips; airline travel points; the importance of the neighborhood bodega; entrepreneurial success stories; a virtual currency called Sardex.
Public shaming via internet; actor Robert Pattinson; Illinois town know for some of the world's biggest things; increasing popularity of oysters; cast and creators of "Stranger Things"; 95-year-old artist Francoise Gilot; TV personality Bill Nye.
Jane Pauley anchors from locations across Amsterdam; fashion designer Jessica Simpson; actress Bette Midler; a couple who built a home of floating islands; profile of the inventor of the Super Soaker and Nerf gun; history of Italy's Vespa scooter.
This broadcast of "Sunday Morning" with host Jane Pauley features Tony Dokoupil's report on the destruction Hurricane Irma caused in the Caribbean. Also: Jeff Glor provides updates on Irma from Florida; Erin Moriarty catches up with Richard Cordray; Omar Villafranca takes a look at how Houston residents and the rest of the Gulf Coast are doing in wake of Hurricane Harvey; and Jane Pauley sits down one-on-one with Hillary Clinton to talk about her new book "What Happened."
Singer-songwriter Madonna; the chief carver of Mt. Rushmore; professional football player Tom Brady; latest smartphones; former tennis player Billie Jean King; actor Jake Gyllenhaal; author/illustrator Dav Pilkey.
Singer-songwriter Shania Twain; author J.K. Rowling; author Ann Patchett; actor Iain Armitage; unusual child name trend; fall movie previews; what's ahead in art; a museum of artifacts found by a sanitation engineer.
The challenges of finding skilled laborers to help rebuild following hurricanes Irma and Harvey; actor Bill Murray; the work of artist Piet Mondrian; author Dan Brown; actress Sofia Vergara; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Our broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Dr. Jon LaPook's interview with bestselling author Walter Isaacson, whose latest biography is on the Renaissance artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci. Also: Tracy Smith profiles late-night host Jimmy Kimmel; Tony Dokoupil talks with singer Harry Styles, the One Direction band member now embarking on a solo career; Lee Cowan sits down with actor Tom Hanks to discuss his fascination with typewriters, which figure in his new book of short stories, "Uncommon Type"; and Rita Braver chats with Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, whose latest installation fills every borough of New York City.
Cloud information storage; singer Darius Rucker; the famous shower scene in the movie "Psycho"; tennis player Maria Sharapova; a remote national park in Alaska where people can hunt caribou; TV anchors Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.
The magic business; a cemetery tour in Savannah, Ga.; singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus; an unusual undertaker; the 50th anniversary of Charles Kuralt's first "On the Road"; actor Michael J. Fox; Joan Rivers' legacy; director John Carpenter.
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer-songwriter Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; director Kenneth Branagh; a watch once owned by Paul Newman sells for $17 million; Gabe Fleisher, 15, publishes a newsletter; legacy of the 747 jet airliner.
Former Maryland inmates released by an overturned law; Lin-Manuel Miranda visits hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico; editor Tina Brown; musicians Faith Hill and Tim McGraw; cartoonist George Booth; a look back at "Casablanca"; a visit to Rooster Soup.
Schools helping to feed hungry children; TV hosts Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg; chefs who cook miniature food; the instant pot; Britain's Black Swan pub; food trends; waitress and chef uniforms; the history of ketchup; Lunchbox Museum.
Our broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Senior Contributor Ted Koppel's report on the nation's third-biggest killer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Also: Erin Moriarty interviews Ronan Farrow, the journalist who helped expose allegations of sexual assault against Harvey Weinstein; Anthony Mason profiles singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher, formerly of Oasis; Alina Cho visits with fashion designer Stella McCartney; and Mo Rocca goes in search of Johnny Appleseed, and explores the quest for the very best apple.
World War II sailor Joe George is recognized as a hero; dancer/choreographer/actress Carmen de Lavallade; model Ashley Graham; philanthropist Warren Buffett; word of the year predictions; exotic Turkish desserts.
A rehab program for airline pilots with substance abuse problems; comic Judd Apatow; rapper Logic; a Michelangelo drawings exhibit; 20th anniversary of "The Lion King"; the first female to play Tiny Tim in a production of "A Christmas Carol."
Actress Kate Winslet; the practice and power of meditation; actress Lily Tomlin; Chicago's architecture; an island in Japan where cats outnumber humans 10 to one; actor Michael Ian Black; the sinking of the Lusitania.
Inventor Joy Mangano, the subject of the film "Joy"; controversy regarding genetically modified organisms; comic book writer Stan Lee; actress/dancer Leslie Caron; The Monks of Norcia; Australian cake decorators.
President Barack Obama; former professional football players Tony Dorsett and Archie Manning discuss head injuries in the sport; actress Charlotte Rampling; expressionist painter Ernst Kirchner; restrictions on who can be president.
What makes someone a sports fanatic; Super Bowl commercials; the National Park Service celebrates 100 years; director Tom McCarthy; Japan's toilet bowls; actor Jeff Daniels; TED Talks; Panthers and Broncos.
Climate change's impact on polar bears; songwriters Diane Warren and Lady Gaga; actors Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw; singer-songwriter Chris Isaak; descendants of presidents; a dessert restaurant called Better Than Sex.
Assisted death for those with terminal illnesses; books that aren't really books; actor B.J. Novak; Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park; actress Jennifer Jason Leigh; snow monkeys in Nagano, Japan; CIA Director Michael Hayden.
The history of movie trailers; actress Saoirse Ronan; singer Elton John; the level of truth in "based on a true story" movies; Academy Award historian Robert Osborne; the movie buff behind IMDB; Oscar picks; talk show host Tavis Smiley.
The threat of an earthquake and tsunami in the Pacific Northwest; singer Meghan Trainor; actress Holly Hunter; the life of artist Jackson Pollock; Arkansas' Hot Springs National Park; Salt and Pepper Collectors Convention.
The history of guns in America; talking to the NRA about arming citizens; the growing number of women who own guns; military veterans in Chicago work with teens in an effort to reduce gun violence; how the Marines are updating their firepower.
Singer Gwen Stefani; people who seem to have better luck than others; Norman Lewis exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; actor Steve Martin and singer Edie Brickell; Everglades National Park; CBS Broadcast Center tour.
Joel Osteen; the history of the Easter Bunny; an artist uses jelly beans to recreate paintings; WWE's Stephanie McMahon; Executive Vice President Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys; 150th anniversary of General Mills; critic David Edelstein.
News anchor Megyn Kelly; singer Chris Stapleton; new anchor Anderson Cooper and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt; the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren; Texas' Big Bend National Park; artist Corita Kent.
Entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley; actor Hugh Jackman; buried treasure; odd jobs; craft beer; Iceland and the financial crisis; TV commercials; opal miners; an Italian village bought by American retirees; comic Jim Gaffigan.
Problems caused by people donating unneeded items after natural disasters; a rare dictionary believed to have been used by William Shakespeare; comic Larry Wilmore; Nike co-founder Phil Knight; International Independent Showmen's Association.
The use of marijuana by senior citizens in states where it is legal; musician Marc Anthony; Northwest Angle, Minn.; Rev. Schenck is a pro-life advocate who supports strict gun control; a man who has walked almost every street in New York's boroughs.
Women waiting until later in life to have children; Mo Rocca visits the Paris, Mo., town where author George Hodgeman lived; singer Keith Urban; National Zoo panda Bei Bei; actress Allison Janney; YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.
Activewear fashion trend; TV personalities Chip and Joanna Gaines; professional golfer Jack Nicklaus; the history of everyday objects; actress Charlize Theron; skyscraper design; custom fish tanks; city flag designs.
The growing issue of road rage; the three surviving members of the band, The Monkees, discuss their new album; Utah's Zion National Park; actress Jane Krakowski; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell; Japanese flags taken by US soldiers in WWII.
Adventurer Colin O'Brady attempts to climb the seven tallest summits on seven continents; author James Patterson; actor Matthew McConaughey; the history of Carnegie Hall; behind the scenes of the musical "Waitress"; coloring books for adults.
The growing popularity of ancestry research; photographer William Eggleston and his daughter Andra's relationship and love of art; actor Tim Daly; the history of beards; actor Richard Gere; men's sock fashion; comic Jim Gaffigan.
The price of prescription drugs; museums featuring fashion as art; comic Tig Notaro; artist Duke Riley uses LED lights to turn a flock of homing pigeons into art; radio host Garrison Keillor; the set of "Outlander."
Author Bill O'Reilly talks history; singer Maren Morris; musician Weird Al Yankovic; efforts to use private funding to get young people to work on National Parks; artist Kadir Nelson; Harley Davidson enthusiasts in Shanghai.
The history of guns in America; the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; the NRA discusses whether more people carrying guns would make citizens safer; gun companies marketing focused on women.
Elderly athletes who continue to go the distance; actor Hugh Grant; photographer Edward Mapplethorpe; the 50th anniversary of the first mass shooting at a school; Death Valley National Park; Bhutan's national sport; Andrew Lloyd Webber; cursing.
What to know before moving to Canada; the history of paper; runner Meb Keflezighi; musician Jon Batiste; actress Leslie Caron; California's Joshua Tree National Park; a review of the film "Hell or High Water."
Singer-songwriter Rory Feek; actor William Shatner discusses the 50th anniversary of the original "Star Trek" TV series; actor Jerry Lewis; the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta; state flag designs; washing machine collectors.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture with Quincy Jones; singer Demi Lovato; talk-show host Wendy Williams; reflections on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks; Donald Trump supporters.
Musician Bruce Springsteen; musicians Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr; the odds of being lucky; the new season of books, movies and art; makeup artist Riccie Johnson; coloring books for adults; Denali National Park.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Hurricane Matthew; a preview of the presidential debate; placebos in medical research and testing; singer Celine Dion; actor Nick Nolte; the ancient art of Bonsai; national parks.
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker; Maria Elena Salinas reports on Hispanics in America; songwriter Carole Bayer Sager; Martha Teichner looks at the cultural significance of bumper stickers; Lee Cowan visits S.C. Johnson.
The presidential election; singer-songwriter Paul Simon; James Buchanan's presidency; election humor; patriotic paintings; marijuana legalization; what the rest of the world thinks about the U.S. presidential election; American Samoa.
West Virginia residents discuss their hopes for a Trump presidency; actor Warren Beatty; TV host Trevor Noah; chef Bobby Flay; a group that restored a derelict World War II B-29; a man who cleans veterans' tombstones.
The emergence of meal kits mailed directly to consumers' homes; model Christie Brinkley; San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art's new restaurant; a Benedictine nun with a doctorate in microbiology who makes cheese; Danish restaurant NOMA; turmeric.
Eyewitnesses to the attack on Pearl Harbor; President Roosevelt's response to the attack on Pearl Harbor; musicians Keith Richards and Mick Jagger; actor Billy Bob Thornton; a photographer who takes portraits of transgender people.
The influence of fake news and stories about Russian hacking; actress Nicole Kidman; gift-wrapping artist Alton DuLaney; a choir that brings a diverse group of singers together; musician and author Robbie Robertson; author Paulo Coelho.
Actress Jennifer Aniston; President Theodore Roosevelt's impact on the preservation of the country's open spaces; Debora Patta, Elizabeth Palmer, Lucy Craft and Wyatt Andrews discuss the upcoming year; author Jeff Kinney; Broadway's "Pippin."
Efforts to capture images of a rare monkey inspire an environmental movement in China; TV personality Steve Harvey; Bolshoi Ballet artistic director Sergei Filin; stamp collecting; long cash register receipts; doll hospital.
David Axelrod, former White House senior adviser, discusses his new book; "The 57th Annual Grammy Awards" host LL Cool J; the history and artistry of tattoos; photographer Henry Diltz; songwriters Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil; actor J.K. Simmons.
Couples who met young, split up and then found each other again later in life; a couple who have been married for 81 years; aphrodisiacs; singer John Legend; sex researchers Dr. Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson; the jewelry of Cartier.
Kentucky Fried Chicken inventor Harland Sanders and others who found success later in life; former Rep. Gabby Giffords and her husband, Mark Kelley; Charles Spencer, brother to the late Diana, Princess of Wales; Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade.
Astronaut Scott Kelly; "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, actor Jon Hamm and actress Jessica Pare on the show's final season; weather forecasters discuss the rough winter; World Ice Art Championships; musicians Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn.
Actor Jeremy Piven; David Placek, who makes a living naming new products; the meaning of the American Dream; U.S. Mind head sculptor Don Everhart; the future of the penny; Detroit-based company Shinola; Vietnam's floating marketplace.
The story behind "The Jester Has Lost His Jingle"; NASCAR Vice Chairperson Lesa France Kennedy; the unique railcar used to carry the body of President Abraham Lincoln; New York's Whitney Museum of American Art; TV moms.
Comic Jerry Seinfeld; shaker furniture; balancing the past and future in Charleston and Savannah, S.C.; photographer Abe Morell; old products become new again; high-end, low-cost products; window washers; low country sweetgrass baskets.
The parents of Tyler Clementi, who killed himself after being bullied; actor Be Vereen; artist Teresita Fernandez; songwriter John Kander; Dr. Jon LaPook travels to Haiti where surgeons attempt to separate conjoined twins.
Country singer Alan Jackson; the history of Grey Gardens; a treasure hunt in the high country of the Rocky Mountains; the last free-standing Howard Johnson's restaurant, located in Lake George, N.Y.; getting model ships into bottles.
Musician Brian Wilson; artist Joseph Mallord William Turner; art student Michelle Poler's project to face a fear a day for 100 days; baseball league for blind players; comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.
Couples who met young, split up and then found each other again later in life; singer John Legend; sex researchers Dr. Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson; advice columnist Dan Savage; photographer Inku; jewelry of Cartier; science of broken hearts.
The Fair Food Program works to help and protect migrant farm workers; singer Jason Isbell; the Old Car City USA junkyard in Georgia; a man collects pizza boxes as art; TV host Jon Stewart; Funland amusement park in Rehoboth Beach, Del.
A discussion with director Ed Burns ("Public Morals") and his wife, supermodel Christy Turlington; wooden boats; musician Sam Smith; the people behind the Make-A-Wish Foundation and experiences from some of the children they've helped.
Challenges faced by the historic cities of Charleston, S.C. and Savannah, Ga.; comic Jerry Seinfeld; Shaker furniture; designers creating high-end, low-cost products to improve the lives of the poor; washing skyscraper windows.
Efforts to help professional athletes with finances; Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; Spanish-language variety series "Sabado Gigante"; Yiddish; band Duran Duran; singer, dancer and choreographer Meredith Monk.
Millennials; actress Julianna Margulies; former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Ben Bernanke; inventor David Edwards; museum exhibits; new TV this season; Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan discusses the renovation of New York's St. Patrick's Cathedral.
Businessman Charles Koch discusses politics; Dr. Phil McGraw talks about his TV show; people with terminal illnesses who want to choose how they die; author Bob Woodward; the impact of the abundant population of lionfish; upcoming films.
Kim Phuc, who as a girl was the subject of a photo that would help end the Vietnam war; actor Harry Connick Jr.; actor John Cleese; Jack the Ripper; artist John Singer Sargent; Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Author Ted Koppel ("Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath"); a watchmaking school started by Swiss watch brand Patek Philippe; a man who has walked every street in each New York City borough; singer Gloria Estefan.
Author Aaron Latham and a program that uses boxing to fight Parkinson's disease; candidate for the Democratic nomination Bernie Sanders; actress Jennifer Connelly; photographer Vincent LaForet; a family that has carved monuments for generations.
Los Angeles' Clifton's Cafeteria; chef Marcus Samuelsson; people buying homes built around farms; the path bananas take from farm to table; the science behind why people like certain foods; actress Cloris Leachman; art made with coffee and tea.
Making small talk at parties; Broadway's "Shuffle Along"; singer Andrea Bocelli; Charles Dickens' London home; "The Nutcracker"; gift-giving guide; chef Bobby Flay; designer David Rockwell; rock group Trans-Siberian Orchestra; Steinway & Sons.
The unusual weather pattern bringing warmer temperatures to areas of the country; actress Maggie Smith; artist Gil Batle; the Bloody Mary cocktail; people who passed in 2015; good news from the past year.
The ways the world changed after The Beatles; how The Beatles influenced American artists; musician Klaus Voormann; former football player Joe Namath; Bowlers Journal; chicken wings and dips as football party standards.
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio discusses his life, career and plans for the future; scientists who use fruit flies to help them create new cancer treatments; remembering Millard Fillmore, the 13th President of the United States.
Children whose parents are in the military; singer Enrique Iglesias discusses his career and his thoughts on marriage; hikers who were imprisoned for two years after accidentally crossing into Iran; the origins of the word "OK"; Irish step dancing.
"Late Show With David Letterman" writers discuss the art of being funny; the history of graffiti; actress Cobie Smulders; author Tony Dokoupil; actor Bryan Cranston talks about President Lyndon B. Johnson.
The latest science in cardiac resuscitation; comics Joan Rivers, Gilbert Gottfried and Susie Essman; author Mitch Albom; professional daredevils Rex and Melissa Pemberton; a trip to the Dead Sea; digital afterlife.
The fashion and interior designs of tennis star Venus Williams; duct tape; New York's priciest apartment buildings; upscale mobile homes; artist Ra Paulette; designer Thatcher Wine; Salemtown Board Co. co-founder Will Anderson.
The impact of legalizing marijuana in Colorado; actress Audra McDonald; musician Barry Gibb; author James Webb; the National Park Service tries to take inventory of living things in the Muir Woods National Monument.
Lee Cowan anchors from Katharine Hepburn's home in Old Saybrook, Conn.; fireflies; Katharine Hepburn's acting career; singer Jason Mraz; explorers retrace Henry David Thoreau's journey; actress Kiera Knightley; ice cream trucks; convertibles.
The Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster and the aftermath; actor Michael Douglas; explorers retrace the journey of Henry David Thoreau; the humorous side of President Ronald Reagan; remembering actress Elaine Stritch; chef Rocco DiSpirito.
Emoticons; a builder in Indonesia crafts homes out of bamboo; tennis player Venus Williams; an 11th century castle in Tuscany; sculptor Ra Paulette; Salemtown Board Co. co-founder Will Anderson; duct tape.
The connection between employee satisfaction and the company's bottom line; musician Christopher Cross; scars remaning on the White House 200 years after it was set on fire by British forces; actress Tavi Gevinson; gravedigger Everard Hall.
Singers Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett discuss their friendship and the music they make together; teaching the Common Core state standards; the Queen Mary; saxophone player Steve Coleman on receiving a grant from the MacArthur Foundation.
President George W. Bush discusses his new book, his father and life after politics; TV host Jon Stewart; author and TV host Andy Cohen; the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall; the World Beard and Mustache Championships.
Food-related stories include foods of the future, the history of menus and a profile of 95-year-old chef Cecilia Chiang; chef Ina Garten; singer Patti LaBelle; Spam; apple cider; meat jerky; slow cooking; comic Jim Gaffigan.
Children talk about the Make a Wish foundation, and discuss what it means to them; actor and comic Chris Rock; preserving battlefields from the Civil and Revolutionary Wars; artist Marina Abramovic; author Hunter Davies.
Electronic sports; actress Amy Adams and artist Margaret Keane; fans who are celebrating the 75th anniversary of "Gone With the Wind"; ballet dancer Misty Copeland; luxury goods retailer Hermes; the National Audiovisual Conservation Center.
The psychology of winning and losing; singer Tim McGraw discusses his music, life and marriage to Faith Hill; actor Robert De Niro talks about his career; pop artist Charles Fazzino; the family behind Tabasco sauce.
Changes to how Americans watch TV; actress Linda Hunt; superstars who wear borrowed items from Harry Winston Jewelers on the red carpet; filmmaker George Stevens Jr.; the history of the trade paper Variety and its uncertain future.
Former photographer Atheer Hameed; a profile on Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk; photography during the Civil War; a reunion for the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League; interview with actor Bradley Cooper.
The benefits and challenges of working from home; actor Tim Robbins talks about teaching prisoners to act; TV host Arsenio Hall discusses his return to late-night television; new information about writer J.D. Salinger.