CBS News correspondent John Blackstone reports on workaholics and what makes them slave away at their desks.
World land speed record at Bonneville Flats, Utah
KEEP OFF THE GRASS!
Americans are turning what used to be simple lawn maintenance into a national pastime. CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on our obsession with perfectly manicured lawns.
The American Flag Appreciated.
Ben Zaricor is the founder of the Good Earth Teas and has been an avid flag collector since 1969. To find out more about the Zaricor flag collection, go to www.flagcollection.com. The Zaricor collection also is featured prominently in the book "The American Flag: Two Centuries of Concord and Conflict," published by VZ Publications in Santa Cruz, Calif.
Dr. Whitney Smith is the author of 27 books on flags, including his latest, "The American Flag: Two Centuries of Concord and Conflict," written with Howard Michael Madaus. It's available from Dr. Smith at the Flag Research Center in Winchester, Mass.
Bob Schieffer steps down and Katie Couric takes the helm of the CBS Evening News.
LICENSE FOR ART
Artist Michael Kalish is a hot commodity with his unique portraits created with license plates. CBS News correspondent Serena Altschul has his story.
(Originally aired on March 19, 2006)
Singer/songwriter Kenny Rogers talks with correspondent Russ Mitchell about his music, his career and his interest in interior design.
Ben Stein on cars
(Originally aired on 4/9/06 as "Auto Show")
Many feared that the drive-in movie theater, the beloved pop culture icon of yesteryear, faced extinction. Believe it or not, drive-ins are making something of a comeback. This Sunday Morning Bill Geist catches a movie at the grand opening of the Showboat, a new drive-in in Hockley, Texas. He then drives over to Garrett, Texas, where he watches a few movies al fresco at the Galaxy Drive-In, which opened in 2004. Since then, the theater has grown to four screens. In 2005, three of the five new drive-ins were built in Texas.
Surf Beach in Lompoc, Calif.