Exploring grief; actors Matt Damon and Christian Bale ("Ford v Ferrari"); Norah O'Donnell interviews former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley (book, "With All Due Respect: Defending America with Grit and Grace"); ...
March for Our Lives coverage; actor Sean Penn; radio host Don Imus; the work of artist Takashi Murakami; former President Jimmy Carter; the final days of the last male Northern White Rhino; kite flying; comic Jim Gaffigan;
Oprah Winfrey talks with a group of Hollywood stars about the Time's Up campaign. Also: actress Sharon Stone; the practice of gerrymandering for political gain; crime scene dioramas from the 1940s used as training tools for solving murders; Wake Island; exercise gizmos advertised on TV. (Newsmagazine).
New hologram technology that allows deceased singers to perform at concerts with live musicians; the careers of Neil Diamond and Elton John, both of whom announced they are retiring; origin of the wood used in the world's finest violins; singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran; cabaret singer Marilyn Maye; the science and art of bubbles; a look back at 1968.
Behind the scenes of the Puppy Bowl; Boy Scouts organization; film critic Rex Reed; a football player who continues to play despite being paralyzed from the waist down; Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen; artist Anselm Kiefer.
The effect of accusations and allegations on a person's legacy; the website Rotten Tomatoes; looking at Elizabeth Taylor's archive with one of her grandchildren; actor Jared Leto; the inventor of Steadicam; actress Glenda Jackson; the musical Newman family, who have received more Oscar nominations than any other;
A woman's battle against breast cancer; actor RuPaul; Brazilian artist Tarslia do Amaral; producer Peter Lassally; singer Joan Baez; Colorado's Bladpate Inn's key collection; the 1968 New Hemsphire primary.
Actress Glenn Close; jazz musician Wynton Marsalis; author Walter Issacson; Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR; geniuses through history; extra sensory perception; animal intelligence.
March for Our Lives coverage; actor Sean Penn ("The Professor and the Mad Man"); radio host Don Imus; the work of artist Takashi Murakami; former President Jimmy Carter; the final days of the male Northern White Rhino; kite flying; comic Jim Gaffigan;
The effect of technology on brains; "Frozen" songwriters; author Ernest Cline (Ready Player One (2018)); stained glass windows; actor John Krasinki and actress Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place (2018)); exhibit about the trial of Nazi colonel Adolf Eichmann; National Urban League President Marc Morial.
A free, easy way to do taxes; actress Tina Fey; Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.); songwriter Bernie Taupin; a woman who honors her late husband by posting his photos online; actor Antonio Babderas; Faroe Islands; Barbara Streisand's cloned dog.
This special broadcast of "Sunday Morning," our annual "Money Issue" with guest host Kai Ryssdal of "Marketplace," features Lee Cowan's report on a California city's experiment with providing a basic universal income to residents to battle economic insecurity. Also: John Blackstone talks about charity with actress, producer and activist Salma Hayek Pinault; Tony Dokoupil looks at how the "co-working" industry is changing our ideas of office space; Richard Schlesinger investigates how star pets on Instagram are pulling in big bucks; Michelle Miller looks at how artists...
Families help rescue puffin chicks in Iceland; painter Grant Wood; singer Janelle Monae; a young woman dedicated to the healing power of listening; actor Denzel Washington ("The Equalizer 2"); barbershop quartet convention;
Authors James and Deb Fallows; singer Kesha; Amb. Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; colorful low-rider bicycles in Compton, Calif.; playwright Mart Crowley; internet influencers; Mother's Day commentary.
Model Twiggy; actress Rachel Weisz; updating America's view of Great Britain; an exhibit of dresses worn by Princess Diana; the history of the British royal family; the decline of the neighborhood pub; island of St. Helena; Aston Martin; British TV;
The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; the seven talented Kanneh-Mason children; the royal family tree; model Maye Musk; actress Diana Rigg; the island of St. Helena; writer Mark Salter; the viral audio clip that is heard either as Yanny or Laurel;
The life and legacy of Robert F. Kennedy; music legends Judy Collins and Stephen Stills; former President Bill Clinton and author James Patterson (book, "The President Is Missing"); pianos placed in public places around New York City; Roadside America; the art and life of Jean DuBuffet;
Musicians on Call, a program that brings popular musicians to hospital bedsides; actor Jim Parsons ("A Kid Like Jake" and "The Big Bang Theory"); actress Lauren Ridloff (Broadway's "Children of a Lesser God"); a look back at the songwriting team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein ("Rodgers and Hammerstein"); the popularity of soccer in the U.S.
The trend of businesses giving workers "summer Fridays" off; a podcast, "Ear Hustle", tells of life inside prison; actor/author Todd Fisher (book, "My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie") talks about his mother, Debbie Reynolds, and his sister, Carrie Fisher; a David Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum; a tour of the Tenement Museum;
Scientists' efforts to save old-growth redwood trees; New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon; musician John Mellencamp; National Museum of the American Indian; movie critic David Edelstein; the history of ketchup;
Introverts and extroverts; trees, that stood during the Battle of Gettysburg, still stand 155 years later; comic Louie Anderson; singer Dave Grohl; actor Michael J. Fox; a chef whose farm is within a national park; cramped airline seating;
Teenagers growing up in the age of social media; actress Jennifer Garner ("Peppermint", "Wonder Park" and "Camping"); rock band The Killers; the World Cup; dumplings from the streets of Shanghai; a retired music teacher whose students come together for a choral reunion;
Civility in America; rock band the Go-Go's; singer Billy Joel; lighthouses painted on the streets of Chicago; the founding of Intel; comic Sebastian Maniscalco ("Tag", "Green Book", "Cruise" and "The Irishman");
The concept of universal basic income; shared workspaces; Mike Lindell, the creator of MyPillow; the U.S. Treasury's mutilated currency division; people who make money off their pets on social media; actress Salma Hayek; photographers; cemetery real estate;
The challenges of disposing of plastics; sandboarding in Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve; North American Truffle Dog Championship in Oregon; the increased rate of maternal deaths associated with childbirth in the United States;
Actress Glenn Close ("The Wife"); jazz musician Wynton Marsalis; author Walter Isaacson; Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR; using micro-doses of hallucinogens to treat anxiety and depression;
The death of Sen. John McCain; innovations in hearing aids; the history of the United States told through photographs; the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago; efforts to save the American prairie; singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel; former American Express CEO Ken Chenault;
Remembering Sen. John McCain; companies hiring people with autism; a new take on Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms paintings; singer Leon Bridges; former Secretary of State John Kerry; Ohio's washboard music festival; '60 icon Twiggy; open offices;
Journalist Bob Woodward; remembering Burt Reynolds; the trend of unusual names being given to children; a look back at songwriting team Rodgers and Hammerstein; the life and work of artist Alberto Giacometti; a 9/11 memorial in Shanksville, Pa., to those lost on Flight 93;
Hurricane Florence update; singer Carrie Underwood; actor Robert Redford; street murals painted at the site of the World Trade Center; Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii; Bill Geist takes a trip down memory lane;
Families of Sandy Hook shooting victims sue radio talk show host Alex Jones for spreading myths about the shooting; the return of "Murphy Brown"; author Michael Ovitz; a touring exhibit celebrates the life of Leonard Bernstein; TV host RuPaul ("RuPaul's Drag Race");
Flat Earth believers; singer Tina Turner; Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state; an art installation of "tiny doors" in Atlanta; author Hampton Sides; Faith Salie offers thoughts on breaking news;
The history of the use of blackface; Frankenstein's origins; actor/director Jonah Hill (Mid90s (2018)); horror movies; a look back at one of the United States' financial crunches; a man attempts a solo trek across Antarctica; Scandinavian licorice; a look back at 1968;
Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch discuss civics education; actor Jeff Goldblum ("Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom", "Hotel Artemis" and "The Mountain"); Jeff Folger discusses New England foliage; television producer Chuck Lorre; Max Richter; Anthony Salvanto; Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif);
Happy Veterans Day; conversion theory; director Ben Stiller (Escape at Dannemora (2018)); how Japanese chefs are turning pizza-making into an art; musician Roger Daltry of The Who; a look at the pivotal year of 1968 and president Richard Nixon; playwright/director/screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan ("The Waverly Gallery");
Model Chrissy Teigen (cookbook, "Cravings: Hungry for More"); singer/songwriter John Legend; comic Jim Gaffigan; the latest breakfast trends; seltzer; a former Microsoft executive takes pictures of food with the help of robots; hot sauce; a pizza place in San Francisco; pepperoni rolls;
Former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta's friendship with former Sen. Alan Simpson; cartoonist Garry Trudeau; actor Lin-Manuel Miranda ("Hamilton" and "Mary Poppins Returns"); the Glenstone Museum; a unique remake of "Annie Hall"; comic Jim Gaffigan; illusionist Jason Bishop;
The friendship between former Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta and former Sen. Alan Simpson; rapper Cardi B; exhibition of items recovered from the Titanic; war photographers; designer Ralph Lauren; anti-Semitism in America; tech gadgets;
The history of department store Sears; fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi; famed newspaper editorial, "Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus"; actress Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns (2018)); singer Michael Buble; the trend of pop-up stores; sustainable materials in Lego's toys;
New York City Ballet's special program gives disabled children the gift of dance; the joys of fruitcake; pop singer Shawn Mendes; the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8; the growing family tradition of having tamales around the holidays; TV personalities Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott ("Property Brothers"); the history of "Silent Night"; TV host Charles Osgood joins Jane in song;
"Encyclopedia Britannica's "250th anniversary; the story of the classic comedy duo of Stan Lauren and Oliver Hardy; remembering people we lost in 2018; what to expect in the coming year; Jim Gaffigan's thoughts spent looking at screens;