In our Sunday Morning Cover Story, Rita Braver explores the latest celebrity trend you won’t mind your teenager getting hooked on — volunteering for worthy causes. Find out which celebrities are saving the world one charity at a time, which are saving their careers one charity at a time, and whose efforts, while well-intended, may be misplaced.
Decision to build first lighthouse in America in 1715
Anniversary of the sinking of the Andrea Doria
David Edelstein on a critic’s lot and the new movie "The Lady in the Water."
Mickey Spillane remembered.
(Originally aired Oct. 30, 2005)
Carlos Santana was just 22 years old when a riveting performance at Woodstock made him an international superstar. Thirty years later, his album, “Supernatural,” topped the charts, selling more than 25 million records. Correspondent Russ Mitchell visits Santana at his home and in the studio to get his views on music, family and the secret to his success with both.
Bobby Flay on ice cream
(Originally aired March 26, 2006)
Lurking behind every door of every home in every city lies a secret. You could call it a “dirty secret.” It’s called clutter, and we Americans are drowning in it. This Sunday Morning, Cynthia Bowers will introduce us to the people who are paid to make it all go away.
Senator Orrin Hatch on stem cell veto
Steve Hartman on R-rated language
Bears in North Carolina