The New Mexico landscape is art in and of itself. It's also a place where artisans from around the world come to sell their wares and transform their communities back home. Lee Cowan goes on a global shopping trip to the Santa Fe International Folk Market.moreless
Tyler Graham isn't letting a minor detail like lack of sight keep him from building his own home - by himself. Steve Hartman meets the blind man from Tyler, Texas, who has been dreaming of building his own home since he lost his sight at the age of 18.moreless
Scientists have been garnering inspiration from nature to make biomimicry breakthroughs in robotics. David Pogue visits a zoo in Germany where an elephant's trunk is providing engineers with the blueprint for a soft robot. Don't miss "NOVA: Making Things Wilder," hosted by David Pogue, on PBS.moreless
Preview: Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, and "Star Trek"
In this excerpt from an interview with Lesley Stahl to be broadcast on "Sunday Morning," Sir Ian McKellen explains his reaction when Sir Patrick Stewart was offered the role of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, of the U.S.S. Enterprise.moreless
"Captain Phillips": Tom Hanks, the movie, and the captain himself
The story of Captain Richard Phillips being taken hostage by Somali pirates has been turned into a gripping film. David Martin sat down with the real-life captain, as well as two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks, who plays Phillips.moreless
There's something different about the rows of corn on the Richardson Farm in Spring Grove, Ill., because every year about 65,000 people visit what the Richardson family calls the most detailed and complicated corn maze in the world. Dean Reynolds reports.moreless
Irene Weiss was just 13 when she lived through an inhumanity whose magnitude we are still trying to comprehend seven decades later. And now, new research shows the Nazi Holocaust during World War II was far more widespread than any prior estimate remotely suggested. Lee Cowan reports.moreless
Bill Bartman and his company CFS-2 believe the best way to collect on someone's debt is to help them start earning again. His company provides a gamut of free services, including resume help or free housing, and they're trouncing the competition in the process. Steve Hartman reports.moreless
A gem off the coast of Georgia, Cumberland Island is a sliver of land not quite 20 miles long. Martha Teichner visits this wild and magical place of spectacular beauty, where nature feels large and people small - and that's how the island's few residents like it.moreless
An Insurance agent on the side, Tom Clancy sold his first novel, the Cold War thriller "The Hunt For Red October," for $5,000 in 1984. He would go on to write 17 number one bestsellers in all. Clancy died this week in his hometown of Baltimore of an undisclosed illness. He was 66.moreless
It's been nearly 18 years since the last government shutdown in 1995. This time around, hundreds of thousands of federal workers are on unpaid furlough, costing the nation's economy an estimated $300 million a day. Charles Osgood takes a look at the numbers behind the shutdown.moreless
She died 43 years ago, but there's no forgetting Janis Joplin. Now her story and her music is back on stage. Anthony Mason talks with the star of "A Night With Janis Joplin," Mary Bridget Davies, and with Janis' siblings, who remember the big sister who became a rock star.moreless
Ron Howard was barely beginning his career when he appeared in "The Andy Griffith Show." All these years later, he's a highly successful director, with his latest movie "Rush" in theaters now. Mark Phillips reports.moreless
Film critic David Edelstein has high praise for a new science fiction thriller from director Alfonso Cuaron. He calls "Gravity," starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, both cornball and amazingly incredible.
The rare and eclectic book collection of George Washington is now on display at his just-opened library in Mount Vernon. Chip Reid takes a tour of the newest presidential library, for our first president.moreless
"Sunday Morning" has moved its trademark sun in the lower right hand corner of the screen just a little bit lower and to the right. The move is a nod to the fact that more and more viewers have switched over to high-definition TV sets.moreless
In their new film, "Metallica: Through The Never," the members of the heavy metal band are blown up to epic size in Imax 3-D. Anthony Mason sat down with the eight-time Grammy winning act to talk about good times and bad.moreless
Republican governor Chris Christie will be the first to tell you there's nothing typical about him. Tracy Smith catches up with the New Jersey governor and gets an inside look at his life and career in politics.moreless
The high-octane heavy metal group plays its hit, "The Unforgiven," at a concert in Mexico City in June 2009. Metallica is the subject of a profile on "Sunday Morning" September 29. Footage courtesy of Universal Music Group.moreless
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