CBS News’ Cynthia Bowers looks at one of this country’s favorite pastimes – slacking.
The Berlin Wall is constructed on Aug. 13, 1961.
David Edelstein on the new movie, "World Trade Center"
With a new album and a hit Broadway show Patti LuPone is savoring a show business career that defies convention. This week Sunday Morning correspondent Rita Braver interviews the lady with the torch and a Tony Award on her shelf: Patti LuPone, one of Broadway's leading leading ladies.
"International Left-Handed Day": A recent study shows that college-educated men who are left-handed earn more than those who are right-handed.
A POSTCARD FROM FRANCE
(Originally aired Nov. 6, 2005)
A comparative taste test can tell you a lot about two different wines. But could it possibly give you insights into the people who made them? David Turecamo has sent us a "Postcard From France."
Charles Osgood tells us the extraordinary story of that most ordinary of footwear: the flip-flop.
A WALK IN THE PARK
(Originally aired Dec. 4, 2005)
From its debut in 1997, the animated series “South Park” has been adored by much of America’s youth and outraged many parents. Correspondent Serena Altschul reports on this foul-mouthed television series that enjoys enduring popularity.
Nancy Giles on Red Alert
(Originally aired Jan. 22, 2006)
Just what is the Bricklayer 500? Bill Geist visits the World of Concrete trade show in Las Vegas. where 80,000 concrete enthusiasts congregate yearly.
Lava flows in Hawaii