Actor Billy Bob Thornton was never one to give up. When he moved from rural Arkansas to L.A. to try acting, he struggled for years. But in 1996, at the age of 41, he won an Oscar for his screenplay for "Sling Bade," a film that transformed him, and his life. Thornton talks to Tracy Smith about his return to the screen in "Bad Santa 2," his touring band, and the luck that's always been a part of his success.
Michael Lewis admits his latest book, "The Undoing Project," doesn't immediately sound like a compelling read; it's about the friendship of two Israeli psychologists who studied why human judgment is so often prone to failure. But then, Lewis is the writer behind such bestsellers as "Moneyball," "The Big Short" and "The Blind Side," and as correspondent John Blackstone discovers, there are fascinating stories behind Lewis' fascinating books.
2016 saw the loss of many music legends, from David Bowie and Prince to Leon Russell. In this web exclusive, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones talks with Anthony Mason about his thoughts on having survived many of his fellow musicians, and how it may have changed his views on mortality.
In this web exclusive, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones talk with "Sunday Morning' correspondent Anthony Mason about their fascination with American blues music, and how as young British fans they bonded over the works of such artists as Chuck Berry, Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee and Big Bill Broonzy.
Since forming in Brooklyn in 2010, Caveman has been a beloved New York band known for their energetic live performances. They have just released their third full-length studio album titled "Otero War." Making their network television debut on "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Caveman performs "On My Own."