Wednesdays are karaoke night at a church on LA's Skid Row. A motley crowd of homeless, mentally ill and drug-addicted people come to the Central City Community Church of the Nazarene to find joy and compassion through tunes. Some even find God.
Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the questions raised by the shocking massacre of nine people in a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., the motivations of the white gunman, and where America stands on race relations today.
Have you ever been given the beautiful compliment that you're not really black? Has your taste in music, profession, or ability to speak the english language in an intelligible fashion caused people to question your blackness? If so, tell them to try this instead.
Cast of The Lion King Australia Sings Circle of Life on Flight
After an amazing day at The Lion King Brisbane season launch announcement, members of our Australian cast felt so elated they decided to sing the 'Circle of Life' prior to take off on their flight back to Sydney.
Paul Solman speaks with an airport contractor and McDonald's employee whose near-minimum wage salaries keep them on public assistance. A higher wage, as high as the possible $15 in Seattle, would go a long way toward making them more independent, they say.