"Range": New book argues for generalization over specialization
A new book called "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World" argues you can be more successful in life if you learn different things and don't try to be an expert. Author David Epstein says diverse experiences are helpful in science, music, parenting and even sports. One example: Roger Federer. He decided to focus on tennis after growing up playing several sports. Epstein joins "CBS This Morning" to make the argument for generalization over specialization.
North West and Penelope Disick Are the Newest Members of Kanye West's Sunday Service Choir
Kanye West's musical talents run in the family. North West and Saint West, plus their crew of friends and cousins, joined Yeezy and his Sunday Service choir for a performance of...
The winner in the war on Huawei is Samsung
Having one of its largest rivals locked out of evermore nations and products would be music to the Korean giant's ears.
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 5/26
This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Jane Pauley features Tony Dokoupil's cover story on the van life – people making their homes on the open road in converted minivans or school buses. Plus: Serena Altschul interviews Annette Bening, a Tony Award nominee for "All My Sons"; Faith Salie looks at efforts to make more monuments to female historical figures; Martha Teichner talks with the conductor of the Louisville Orchestra, Teddy Abrams; Conor Knighton hears the story of how an Iraq war veteran found music to be a source of healing; and Lee Cowan meets author Tim DeRoche, whose new novel, "The Ballad of Huck & Miguel," tells the story of Huckleberry Finn with a modern-day twist.
Miley Cyrus Raps About Nicki Minaj and Cardi B in New Song "Cattitude"
Miley Cyrus is making a music comeback and picking sides in a feud between two of the biggest female rappers. The pop star performed at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend show in England on...
How ‘Booksmart’ Created A Banner Musical Moment With ‘You Oughta Know’
Olivia Wilde's winning directional debut uses the Alanis Morissette classic as a call to arms. Here's the inside story.
We Are FSTVL: Horrifying footage shows revellers scream as they rush into crowded London event after queuing for three hours to get in
This is the horrifying moment screaming festival-goers swarmed through security gates after queueing for hours in hot weather for a London music festival.