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  • Passage: Tab Hunter and Nancy Sinatra
    Hollywood star and gay icon Tab Hunter died on Sunday, July 8, 2018 at age 86. Steve Hartman looks back at the life and career of the teen heartthrob and cult movie actor who would write a revealing autobiography about living as a homosexual in Hollywood. Also, we remember the life of entertainer Frank Sinatra's first wife, Nancy Sinatra, who died this week at age 101.
  • Jennifer Garner: "I could cry" from the stress of paparazzi
    Conor Knighton talks with the actress and fellow Charleston, West Virginia native who became a star on the series "Alias," and became tabloid fodder with her marriage to (and separation from) Ben Affleck.
  • "Eighth Grade" star Elsie Fisher: Social media has "made me more anxious"
    In Bo Burnham's new dramedy, "Eighth Grade," Elsie Fisher stars as Kayla, a painfully shy 13-year old stumbling through her last week of middle school, while spending a good chunk of her day online, absorbed in social media. Fisher talked to Tracy Smith about how she believes easy access to the internet is accustoming young brains to be over-stimulated. Director Bob Burnham concurs.
  • Jennifer Garner on the farm, and away from paparazzi
    The actress talks about her all-natural baby food company and the un-natural influence of the tabloid press
  • Students sing praises of music teacher
    For 30 years high school music teacher Robert Moore directed one of the greatest high school choral groups in the country, the Ponca City Chorale, of Ponca City, Okla. Now retired, Moore would love nothing more than a repeat performance. Unknown to Moore, that is precisely what his former students arranged to surprise their mentor. Steve Hartman reports.
  • Passage: Tab Hunter and Nancy Sinatra
    "Sunday Morning" looks at the life and career of the teen heartthrob and cult movie star who wrote a revealing autobiography about living as a homosexual in Hollywood; and the first wife of entertainer Frank Sinatra
  • Sunday Profile: Jennifer Garner
    Conor Knighton talks with the actress and fellow Charleston, West Virginia native who became a star on the series "Alias," and became tabloid fodder with her marriage to (and separation from) Ben Affleck. Today, Jennifer Garner is back on screen, and has recently co-founded Once Upon a Farm, an organic fresh baby food company.
  • The Killers' Brandon Flowers: Swagger and faith
    The Las Vegas rock group, whose latest album "Wonderful Wonderful" debuted at number one, is a blend of the glitz and grit of the Vegas Strip and the lead singer's Mormon religion
  • The Killers lead singer Brandon Flowers
    The Killers' song "Mr. Brightside" skyrocketed up the charts in 2003, and the group's most recent album, "Wonderful Wonderful," debuted at number one. Correspondent Kristine Johnson talks with Killers frontman Brandon Flowers about his deep Las Vegas roots, and why his Mormon faith might make him an unlikely ambassador for Sin City.
  • Social media, the scourge of adolescence
    Researchers say the technical ability to connect with anyone on the planet has increased loneliness and anxiety among today's teens
  • How social media makes adolescence even harder
    The new dramedy "Eighth Grade," about a painfully shy 13-year old stumbling through her last week of middle school, is the first film for writer-director Bo Burnham and for its young star, Elsie Fisher. But there's more to the movie than the usual teen angst and acne. There's the loneliness that, research tells us, is becoming more pervasive for young people as social media increases in influence. Tracy Smith talks with Burnham, and with San Diego State professor Jean Twenge, author of "iGen," about how the internet is making adolescence even tougher.
  • The Killers return to their roots
    In this web extra, Ronnie Vannucci and Brandon Flowers, of the Las Vegas rock 'n' roll group The Killers, revisit with correspondent Kristine Johnson the house where the band practiced in its early days.
  • Killers frontman Brandon Flowers on pop music today: "We need to class it up a little bit"
    In this web extra, the lead singer of The Killers, Brandon Flowers, talks with correspondent Kristine Johnson about the state of popular music today.
  • Nancy Sinatra Sr., Frank Sinatra's first wife, dead at 101
    "She was a blessing and the light of my life," her daughter tweeted
  • Saturday Sessions: The Wild Feathers perform “Big Sky”
    Based in Nashville, the Wild Feathers got their start back in 2010 and took off when their self-titled debut hit No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Soon they were opening for legendary artists such as Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. Two weeks ago, the band released their third full-length album, "Greetings from the Neon Frontier."
  • Saturday Sessions: The Wild Feathers perform “Stand By You”
    Based in Nashville, the Wild Feathers got their start back in 2010 and took off when their self-titled debut hit No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Soon they were opening for legendary artists such as Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. Two weeks ago, the band released their third full-length album, "Greetings from the Neon Frontier."
  • Saturday Sessions: The Wild Feathers perform “Quittin’ Time”
    Based in Nashville, the Wild Feathers got their start back in 2010 and took off when their self-titled debut hit No. 1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. Soon they were opening for legendary artists such as Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. Two weeks ago, the band released their third full-length album, "Greetings from the Neon Frontier."
  • The Dish: Janine Booth
    Australian chef Janine Booth was born into a family of restaurant owners. Inspired by the food of her country's many cultures, she decided to become a chef and started her career in Miami. Eventually, she took her love of southern cuisine north to New York City and in 2014, she and partner Jeff McInnis opened Root and Bone celebrating Southern fare and country comforts. They followed up with a second branch in Miami Beach and last year added Stiltsville Fish Bar offering locally-sourced seafood in Miami's Sunset Harbor neighborhood.
  • Woman charged with hacking Selena Gomez’s email
    Susan Antrach, 21, was charged with five identity-theft counts, five fraud counts and one count of accessing data without permission
  • Killers frontman Brandon Flowers promises: No trashed hotel rooms
    Preview: Lead singer of one of today's hottest rock groups has his reasons for not inconveniencing service industry employees