The former 60 Minutes correspondent talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his new audiobook for Simon & Schuster called "Barack Obama: The 60 Minutes Interviews," what it was like covering the 44th President and his favorite Mike Wallace stories.
The Sit-Down: Steve KroftThe former 60 Minutes correspondent talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his new audiobook for Simon & Schuster called "Barack Obama: The 60 Minutes Interviews," what it was like covering the 44th President and his favorite Mike Wallace stories.
The Sit-Down: Susan RiceThe former National Security Advisor and United States Ambassador to the United Nations talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about her new book "Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For," working for President Barack Obama and a Joe Biden administration.
The Sit-Down: Robert P. JonesThe author talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his new book "White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity," redefining white supremacy, the church's reckoning with racism and the future of the religion.
The Sit-Down: Brad EdwardsThe attorney and author talks with CBS Local's DJ Sixsmith about his new book "Relentless Pursuit: My Fight for the Victims of Jeffrey Epstein," representing Epstein's victims, and his meetings at Starbucks with Epstein.
The Sit-Down: 60 in 6 CBS News AnchorsCBS Local's DJ Sixsmith talks with CBS News correspondents Seth Doane, Wesley Lowery, Laurie Segall and Enrique Acevedo about their 60 in 6 venture on Quibi, reporting on coronavirus and racial injustice and the future of journalism.
The Sit Down: Scott PelleyThe legendary 60 Minutes correspondent talks with DJ Sixsmith about his new book, the lessons he learned from Walter Cronkite and what it's like to interview President Donald Trump. #ScottPelley #60Minutes #PresidentTrump
Dash Cam Video Shows House Exploding Moments After Officers ArriveOfficers of the Hurst Police Department in Texas are lucky to be alive after a home exploded while they were arriving on the scene of an accident.
Mice In NYC Can Carry Life-Threatening Viruses and Superbugs, Study SaysA new study released by Columbia University scientists and published in the journal mBio says the tiny cousins of New York City's giant rats are actually carrying potentially harmful, drug-resistant bacteria inside of them.
15-Year-Old Boy with Autism Builds World's Largest Titanic Lego Replica15-year-old Brynjar Karl, who has autism, certainly has a lot to be proud of. He completed building the world’s largest Titanic model at just ten-years-old.
5 Adopted Penguin Siblings Get Released Back Into Ocean After Being RescuedThese five adopted sibling penguins were finally released back to the ocean together after they were nursed back to health by a loving zoo in Australia.
Baby Alligator Caught Strolling Outside Motel RoomsThis little guy appears to be lost. The Florida gator was recorded by the Highlands County Sheriff's Office wondering around a motel.
Teens Take Prom Photos at Fire Station After Snowstorm Cancels PromAfter a major snowstorm made it nearly impossible for students to take their prom photos outside, the Forest Lake Fire and Rescue Department in Minnesota opened their doors so the high school kids could take unique shots at the station -- and it’s safe to say that everyone was excited to get on the fire trucks!
Snuggles From Puppies Make Senior Citizens Have Great Day At Nursing HomeThis surprise was everything for the residents at Four Fountains nursing home in Illinois when they were surprised with a bunch of cute and cuddly boxer puppies!
Husband Re-Proposes To Wife of 37 Years With Terminal CancerGreg Madson never liked the way he proposed to his wife Sherri in 1981. Now, 37 years later, he’s able to make things right.
Controversial 'Father of Gynecology' Statue Gets Removed from Central ParkA monument in Central Park was pulled down on Tuesday morning. The statue of J. Marion Sims -- a doctor who experimented on slaves -- will be relocated to Sims' gravesite at Brooklyn's Greenwood Cemetery.
State Trooper Rescues 2 Bear Cubs After Their Mom Was Killed by CarThese little cubs may not be paying taxes, but they sure do owe Virginia State a whole lot after a trooper saved their lives.
Crazy Storm Makes NYC Subway Look Like River Due To Rare FloodingHeavy rains and strong winds caused flooding and major traffic and transit delays across the NYC area. Extreme rain flooded the 145th Street and Broadway subway station.
Lion Mom Bonding With Newborn Triplets Caught on SurveillanceThis African lion was caught on surveillance camera at the Riverbanks Zoo in Columbia, South Carolina licking and cuddling her three cubs. Thabisa’s babies seemed equally as sleepy as their mother, as all four of them laid around on hay bales inside their enclosure.
First-Time Gorilla Mom Can't Stop Showering Newborn With KissesCalaya is a first-time mother at the Smithsonian Zoo who couldn’t stop kissing her newborn right after she gave birth.
Mom Defends Letting 15-Year-Old Daughter Get Tattoo After BacklashThis mother of four allowed her daughter to get a tattoo at only 15-years-old -- and there's a perfectly good reason for the permanent ink. Diana Register let her oldest daughter get inked on the top of her foot to honor her father, Chad, who passed away from pancreatic cancer only two years ago.
Blind Hockey Player Trains Guide Dog To Sniff Out BurgerNathan Tree is a visually impaired hockey player who always has his guide dog Flynn by his side to help him get where he needs to go. Now, his special golden retriever can help him get exactly what he's craving too!
100-Year-Old Tells Secret To Long Life: Prune Juice and Young MenNancy Walter is feisty and fun, and you would never guess she's celebrating the big 100. It takes a lot to get through this thing called life, and Nancy has made it with a huge smile on her face.
Oldest Living Gorilla Loves Eating Cake For 61st Birthday CelebrationFatou the gorilla has every reason to have her cake and eat it too! The lovable animal just turned 61-years-old making her one of two oldest gorillas in the world, so her zookeepers decided to make her a yummy rice-based cake full of fruit.
High School Student With Autism Performs For First Time With National AnthemThis student absolutely rocks the National Anthem. Ridge Brown, who has Autism, is a student at the Ironwood High School in Arizona who played guitar at a school assembly.