60 Minutes correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi interviewed Peter McIndoe, the founder of the satirical conspiracy theory "Birds Aren't Real".
The late great Jimmy Buffet performed "Distantly in Love" and "Come Monday" while appearing on "Late Night with David Letterman" in 1983.
Tom Scott visited the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana to learn how containers are deemed bear-resistant.
"Marcel The Shell With Shoes On", the wonderful animated series by Dean Fleischer-Camp and Jenny Slate, has been turned into a feature film.
IMAX Celebrates 53rd Anniversary of The Beatles’ 1969 Rooftop Concert With an Exclusive Screening Event
Disney Studios and IMAX Theaters are presenting The Beatles' 1969 Apple Corps rooftop concert on the 53rd anniversary of when it took place.
Sam Denby of Half as Interesting explains why commercial airlines fly over the North Pole but not the South Pole.
A 1967 CBS News Report That Warns Against the Use of LSD During the ‘Summer of Love’ in San Francisco
CBS News visited the Haight Ashbury district of San Francisco in 1967 to warn of the dangers of LSD during the "Summer of Love".
A cow named Ghost and her trainer Megan Reimann set the Guinness World Record for the most tricks performed by a cow in one minute.
Desmond Doom explained how to craft a Bauhaus song in a minute using a sinister bassline and evil David Bowie vocals.
Folks Films created a one-minute retelling of the plot from "Alien" using items commonly found around households and daily life.