Renowned actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his Greenwich Village apartment Sunday of an apparent heroin overdose. His performances, whether in a lead or a supporting role, touched audiences.
On Sunday, the president will sit down with CBS News's Scott Pelley. Given that last week's '60 Minutes' interview was widely panned as a puff piece, this one may be tougher than expected.
An unusual '60 Minutes' joint interview gave Obama and Clinton a platform to talk about each other, rather than the attack in Benghazi, and send a message of Democratic Party unity.
Both President Obama and Mitt Romney tried to give detailed answers to tough questions in separate '60 Minutes' interviews. If you're an undecided voter, you should watch the whole program.
President Obama's postelection media strategy seems to pull back from the edgy with an appearance on the tried-and-true '60 Minutes.' Some say the move makes sense.
The president certainly has been getting it from GOP leaders the past few days. But the real question regarding Obama, the Republicans say, is: 'Is he getting it?'