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RECAP: NOVEMBER 6

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Yes, it is OK to cry | Watch Video
Scholars, pundits, and followers {of professional} golf have noticed a change within the tradition during the last half-century: crying shouldn’t be mocked as a present of weak spot, however as an indication of emotion that distinguishes us as uniquely human. Correspondent Jim Axelrod appears on the newfound lack of fears over tears, and the evolutionary benefits of with the ability to cry.

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CLOCKS: Not-so-fun info about Daylight Saving Time | Watch Video
It’s that point of year after we flip the clocks again an hour, and supposedly get an additional hour of sleep. As correspondent David Pogue factors out, there are arguments in opposition to adopting a spring-ahead/fall-behind life – or for making Daylight Saving Time everlasting.

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Participants compete on the Lumberjack World Championships. 

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SPORTS: Showing off their chops on the Lumberjack World Championships | Watch Video
Since 1960, the small city of Hayward, Wisconsin, has hosted what has been referred to as the “Olympics of the forest,” that includes aggressive occasions for lumberjacks (and lumberjills). Correspondent Conor Knighton witnessed some class axe.

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Actor Casey Likes with writer-director Cameron Crowe, who has tailored his 2000 movie “Almost Famous” right into a Broadway musical. 

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ON STAGE: “Almost Famous” on Broadway:  A dream lastly come true | Watch Video
Writer-director Cameron Crowe’s Oscar-winning autobiographical movie, a couple of teenage rock journalist within the Seventies, is now a musical. He talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about dramatizing the personal, even painful, reality in “Almost Famous,” and about how the spirit of his mom (memorably performed within the movie by Frances McDormand) is current at New York’s Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, eight exhibits per week.

To watch the cast of “Almost Famous” carry out the tune “No Friends” click on on the video participant beneath:


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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with rapper-singer-actor Aaron Carter; creator and chef Julie Powell, whose “Julie/Julia” weblog impressed a success film; and New Yorker cartoonist George Booth.

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Actor Sylvester Stallone, star of the brand new collection “Tulsa King.”

TV: Sylvester Stallone on “Tulsa King”: A mobster in cowboy boots | Watch Video
In the brand new Paramount+ collection “Tulsa King,” Sylvester Stallone stars as an growing older New York mafioso contemporary out of jail who finds himself organising a brand new felony group on the plains of Oklahoma. Stallone talked with correspondent Lee Cowan about his first foray into tv; the enduring energy of “Rocky”; and how he is matured into a brand new fashion of appearing.

To watch a trailer for “Tulsa King” click on on the video participant beneath:


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HARTMAN: 
“It’s unacceptable to just forget” (Video)
Seventeen-year-old Sophie Kloppenburg fought to rectify an injustice, 144 years after the lynching of seven Black males exterior a Posey County, Indiana, courthouse. Correspondent Steve Hartman talked with the highschool senior who demanded a remembrance for a horrible crime – and succeeded.

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Director Steven Spielberg with CBS News’ Lesley Stahl.

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MOVIES: Steven Spielberg on making “The Fabelmans”: “It was cathartic for me” | Watch Video
One of essentially the most profitable administrators of epic options started as a baby besotted with filming toy practice wrecks with an 8mm digicam. But Steven Spielberg’s newest film, “The Fabelmans,” is a semi-autobiographical drama about his dad and mom, and touches on a household secret he had buried for years. He talks with “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl concerning the movie’s recreations of the completely satisfied origins of his career, and the sad ending of his dad and mom’ marriage.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Steven Spielberg on his optimism
Director Steven Spielberg talks with CBS News’ Lesley Stahl concerning the affect of his mom, Leah, and about making movies each gentle and darkish.

To watch a trailer for “The Fabelmans” click on on the video participant beneath:


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A “Lion King” masks on the new Museum of Broadway in New York City.

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ON STAGE: “Curtain up!” on the Museum of Broadway | Watch Video
One of America’s nice artwork varieties has not had a everlasting museum dedicated to its historical past, till now: The Museum of Broadway opens subsequent week within the coronary heart of New York City’s theater district, with an entertaining and instructional exhibition of highlights from the Great White Way. Correspondent Rita Braver pays a go to, and talks with Broadway legend Joel Grey, the Tony-winning star of the landmark musical “Cabaret.”

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COMMENTARY: Abraham Lincoln and the preservation of democracy | Watch Video
Historian Jon Meacham, creator of “And There Was Light: Abraham Lincoln and the American Struggle,” talks about how the sixteenth president confronted an election in the course of the Civil War, when the continuation of democracy was nonetheless an open question – and the way it resonates with the primary post-insurrection midterm election.

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NATURE: Moose (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday morning with moose grazing on the shores of Killarney Lake, close to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Videographer: Hank Heusinkveld. 


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FROM THE ARCHIVE: New Yorker cartoonist George Booth (Video)
New Yorker cartoonist George Booth, famed for illustrating a panoply of pets, has died on the age of 96. Watch Faith Salie’s 2017 interview with Booth, whose cartoons have entertained generations of readers.


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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actor Dwayne Johnson and The Lost Kitchen restaurant (Video)
Actor Dwayne Johnson sits down with Tracy Smith to debate his childhood, his career as each knowledgeable wrestler and actor, and his favourite position: being a dad. Then, Martha Teichner visits The Lost Kitchen restaurant in Freedom, Maine.


RECAP: OCTOBER 30

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: With election deniers operating for office, our proper to vote is on the poll | Watch Video
More than 300 Republican candidates for state and nationwide office have been recognized by CBS News as “election deniers” for having acknowledged their refusal to just accept the 2020 presidential outcomes as reliable. CBS News chief election & marketing campaign correspondent Robert Costa talks with professor Michael Berkman, media critic Margaret Sullivan, and conservative suppose tank president Reihan Salam about what’s driving voters (or feeding their cynicism), and how the end result of this year’s midterms may influence our proper to vote.

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HEADLINES: Pelosi assault suspect had historical past of spreading conspiracy theories (Video)
The man arrested for breaking into the San Francisco residence of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and assaulting her husband with a hammer has a historical past of spreading bogus theories on social media, together with myths concerning the Holocaust and claims that Democrats operated baby intercourse rings. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti has extra.

ARCHITECTURE: Inside the Beverly Hills “Witch’s House” | Watch Video
In a city well-known for make-believe, one residence that stands out from the millionaire mansions is a fairy story cottage come to life: the so-called Witch’s House, a whimsical and quirky fantasy impressed by the Brothers Grimm. Correspondent Lilia Luciano pays a go to, simply in time for Halloween.

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MUSIC: Bono on music, activism and religion | Watch Video
CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell goes on a tour of Bono’s Dublin with the U2 frontman, who talks about his new memoir, “Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story”; his schooldays and the origins of his band; his decades-long combat for social justice; and the position religion performs in his music.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story” by Bono

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HEALTH: How an experimental remedy beat most cancers | Watch Video
When Emily Whitehead was six years outdated, she grew to become the primary baby ever to obtain genetically-modified T cells, an experimental remedy for her leukemia. It cured her, and helped launch the sphere of mobile drugs. “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh talks with Emily, and her dad and mom, Kari and Tom Whitehead, about how they defeated her most cancers; and with Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, a number one most cancers specialist and creator of the brand new e book, “The Song of the Cell: An Exploration of Medicine and the New Human.”

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Song of the Cell” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

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PASSAGE: Remembering Jerry Lee Lewis (Video)
Jerry Lee Lewis, one of many Founding Fathers of rock ‘n’ roll, died Friday at age 87. “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley appears again on the singer whose hits included “Great Balls of Fire.”

TRAVEL: Exploring the great thing about Vermont’s cities (all 251+ of them) | Watch Video
Vermont is beloved for its bucolic small cities and picturesque landscapes. Its most devoted followers will be the members of the 251 Club, a bunch devoted to exploring each one of many Green Mountain State’s cities and cities. Correspondent Conor Knighton talks with membership members – from honeymooners to nonagenarians – who’re ticking off out-of-the-way cities from their to-do checklist.

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MOVIES: Jamie Lee Curtis on screams, laughter and kindness | Watch Video
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis, a baby of Hollywood royalty who got here to fame because the star of the 1978 horror basic “Halloween,” credit the character of Laurie Strode for all the pieces that got here after – and now she’s returned to the position within the newest sequel, “Halloween Ends.” Curtis talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about her horror legacy; her acclaimed efficiency within the sci-fi comedy “Everything Everywhere All at Once”; and her methods to maintain from ruining a take with laughter.

To watch a trailer for “Halloween Ends” click on on the video participant beneath:


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MOBITUARIES: Death of a wedding ban (Video)
In 1967, after the Supreme Court’s landmark Loving resolution ended bans in opposition to interracial marriage, Peggy Rusk – daughter of America’s Secretary of State Dean Rusk – made front-page information by marrying Guy Smith, a Black driving teacher. [For more, tune in to “Mobituaries” wherever you download podcasts.]

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BOOKS: Novelist Ian McEwan: Writing is “a way of being” | Watch Video
One of Britain’s most profitable writers, Ian McEwan has made a career of dreaming up tales. But his new e book, “Lessons,” includes a plotline impressed by a secret his mom stored from him till her dying: that she’d given up McEwan’s brother for adoption. The creator talks with correspondent Seth Doane about his newest novel, a winding, lifelong journey chronicling love, baby intercourse abuse, and lost alternatives.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Lessons” by Ian McEwan

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NATURE: Tarantulas (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday with Tarantulas on a pre-Halloween stroll at Henry Coe State Park in central California. Videographer: Lance Milbrand.


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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actor John Stamos and the CIA Museum (Video)
Actor John Stamos sits down with Tracy Smith to debate his Disney+ collection “Big Shot” and the influence Bob Saget had on his life. Then, Norah O’Donnell heads to the CIA Museum in Langley, Virginia, to study a number of the artifacts on show.


RECAP: OCTOBER 23

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Lewis Hamilton on growing variety in Formula One racing | Watch Video
At speeds of as much as 230 m.p.h., Formula One racing is taking off in America, the place NASCAR and Indy racers have till now led the sphere. Correspondent Kristine Johnson visits the Circuit of the Americas racetrack in Austin, Texas, and talks with F1 champ Lewis Hamilton about points of accelerating variety in racing. She additionally meets with up-and-coming racer Logan Sargeant, and 18-year-old Chloe Chambers, one of many few females within the sport.

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BOOKS: Bob Woodward on Donald Trump: “He is a threat to democracy” | Watch Video
Veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward has collected his recorded interviews with former President Donald Trump – eight hours’ price – into an audiobook launch, “The Trump Tapes.” He talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about Trump’s view of the presidency as a trophy, and his unsettling communications with North Korean chief Kim Jong-un; and concerning the question Woodward most regrets not asking.

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MUSIC: Nathaniel Rateliff – Music on the sting | Watch Video
Success arrived late for 44-year-old Nathaniel Rateliff and his Denver-based band, The Night Sweats, whose music is a mix of rock, nation, blues and soul. But nothing has come simply for the singer, or for his long-time collaborator, bass participant Joseph Pope III. CBS News’ Anthony Mason talks with Rateliff concerning the troubles he is surmounted on the best way to his platinum file, “S.O.B.”

You can stream Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats’ 2021 album “The Future” by clicking on the embed beneath (Free Spotify registration required to listen to the tracks in full):

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BOOKS: Novelist John Irving: “You don’t get to choose your obsessions; your obsessions choose you” | Watch Video
Author John Irving has mined his life as the place to begin for such acclaimed works of fiction as “The World According to Garp” and “The Cider House Rules.” Now 80, he has printed his first novel in seven years, “The Last Chairlift,” a story of sexual politics and ghosts. He talks with correspondent Rita Braver about inspiration, Charles Dickens, and acceptance. 

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Last Chairlift” by John Irving

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, greatest recognized for enjoying Hagrid within the “Harry Potter” movies.

      
JUSTICE: The homicide of Emmett Till | Watch Video
“Till” is the brand new movie about 14-year-old Emmett Till, a Black youth from Chicago visiting Mississippi in 1955, who was kidnapped and murdered – against the law that helped spark the civil rights motion. In this excerpt from an October 24, 2004 “60 Minutes” report by our late colleague Ed Bradley, Till’s closing days are recounted, together with the following homicide trial that didn’t convey justice.

To watch a trailer for “Till” click on on the video participant beneath:


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COMEDY: Comic Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias: Keeping it “fun and friendly for everyone” | Watch Video
One of essentially the most profitable (and least controversial) comedians working right now, Gabriel Iglesias, recognized to his tens of millions of followers as Fluffy, shies away from jokes about politics or faith – which leaves meals, one thing the entertainer is aware of one thing about. He talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about his comedian inspirations; his sold-out Dodger Stadium present (now streaming on Netflix); and about indulging his lifelong ardour for Volkswagens.

To watch a trailer for Fluffy’s Netflix comedy particular “Stadium Fluffy,” click on on the video participant beneath:


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HARTMAN: Adopting a singular paradigm for parenting (Video)
When Schauna Austin was 20 years outdated, she was single and pregnant, and made the tough resolution to position her child, whom she named Riley, for adoption. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies on how two households grew to become one.

CITIES: Robert Moses, the person who rebuilt New York | Watch Video
Urban planner Robert Moses (1888-1981) was the unelected official who single-handedly reshaped New York City and its environs along with his large public works tasks – highways, bridges, tunnels and parks that redrew the map – whereas displacing tens of 1000’s whose houses stood in his method. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Robert Caro, creator of the basic Moses biography “The Power Broker,” and with actor Ralph Fiennes, who stars as Moses in a brand new play, “Straight Line Crazy,” at The Shed theater in New York.

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NATURE: Bryce Canyon National Park (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday surrounded by the pink rocks of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. Videographer: Brad Markel.       


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EXTENDED INTERVIEW: Jon Grinspan on the history of partisanship in America (YouTube Video)
Intense and even violent political discourse in America shouldn’t be a brand new improvement. In this prolonged interview, historian Jon Grinspan, a curator on the Smithsonian Institution and creator of “The Age of Acrimony: How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865-1915,” talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about conventional types of politicking that had been prevalent after the Civil War; how reformists within the early twentieth century led to a much less ugly type of politics, and a distinct method for voters to determine themselves with events; and why, right now, these ugly tendencies are making a return. 

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Age of Acrimony”

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and “For the Birds” exhibit (Video)
Actress and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow sits down with Tracy Smith to debate turning 50, her appearing career, and her life-style model, Goop. Then, Martha Teichner travels to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to expertise an exhibit referred to as “For the Birds.” 


RECAP: OCTOBER 16

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“Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel. 

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“Sunday Morning: A Nation Divided?”

Twenty-one years in the past, within the wake of the 9/11 assaults, could have been the final time that the United States was brazenly – even defiantly – united, in ache and patriotism. Since then, we now have drifted aside, gone to our separate corners, hunkered down in our respective silos. In this particular version of “Sunday Morning” hosted by senior contributor Ted Koppel, we have a look at us – the issues which can be maintaining us aside, and the numerous methods we are able to nonetheless come collectively.

Sunday, October 16 on CBS, and streaming on cbsnews.com and Paramount+.

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COVER STORY: Over the road – Why some Oregonians need to change into a part of Idaho | Watch Video
In a state dominated by progressive politics, some residents in rural Oregon east of the Cascade Mountains need to transfer the border in order that their counties change into a part of Idaho, a extra conservative state that extra carefully aligns with their values. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with advocates of the Greater Idaho motion about why they imagine this concept is probably not so far-fetched.

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U.S.: Seeking frequent floor – Younger and older generations converse (Video)
“Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh visits Bethlehem, Pa., and sits down with 4 folks over the age of 60, and 4 underneath 40, to seek out out what variations and similarities they see throughout generations.

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HISTORY: History classes – When America’s politics flip ugly, violent | Watch Video
Historian Jon Grinspan, a curator on the Smithsonian Institution, has studied how intense partisanship within the nineteenth century was pushed by folks feeling remoted, their lives unstable, feeding an aggressive, even violent political discourse. He talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about his new e book, “The Age of Acrimony: How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865-1915,” and how our nation’s ugly tendencies in politics have returned, from partisan information to the white supremacists’ march in Charlottesville and the January 6 rebel.

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Age of Acrimony”

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BUSINESS: Trade secrets and techniques | Watch Video
Not everyone seems to be inquisitive about a white collar job or school diploma (or in racking up scholar mortgage debt). “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel meets plumbers and apprentices about their chosen occupation, who discuss their work and the way it’s perceived by others.

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ACTIVISM: Musician-social activist John Legend on the persevering with wrestle for justice | Watch Video
The award-winning singer-songwriter is an advocate for jail reform in America, a nation that has incarcerated extra of its residents than another. John Legend talks with “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel about our penal system, racial inequality, and combating for a stronger democracy.

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REAL ESTATE: Wyoming’s new land rush | Watch Video
Teton County in Wyoming is residence to the widest revenue divide in America, with a median home worth of greater than $3.5 million and a median revenue of $312,000. Correspondent Ben Tracy appears at how the rich, drawn to the state’s picture-perfect settings, have been squeezing out the center class – the very folks wanted to maintain the neighborhood operating.

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SOCIAL MEDIA: How on-line conduct turns folks from Jekyls into Hydes | Watch Video
Online anonymity has made it straightforward, and depressingly frequent, to be nasty with out worry of repercussions – an absence of restraint that psychologists name on-line disinhibition impact, or ODE. Correspondent David Pogue talks with specialists who focus on why exchanges on the Internet can devolve into hateful, spiteful rages and name-calling that may by no means be acceptable when speaking face-to-face.

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COMMENTARY: David Sedaris on popping out, yet again | Watch Video
The humorist has some ideas concerning the time period “queer” and how folks right now (or maybe simply humanities professors) determine themselves.

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TELEVISION: Norman Lear on the ability of laughter to unite Americans | Watch Video
TV legend Norman Lear, whose credit embrace such hit collection as “All in the Family” and “Maude,” at all times managed to make audiences snort about harmful matters: Racism, sexism, bigotry, homophobia. And right now, at age 100, he is decided to seek out out if we’ll nonetheless snort collectively. He sits down with “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel to debate his upcoming tasks, together with a doable remake of one of the crucial controversial sitcom episodes of all time.

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COMMUNICATIONS: Talk radio – Widening the airwaves’ nice divide | Watch Video
The repeal of the FCC’s Fairness Doctrine in 1987 opened the floodgates for excessive partisanship on the airwaves, making industrial discuss radio a panorama ripe for controversial opinions aimed toward attracting listeners. Correspondent Jim Axelrod appears at how more and more radical discuss radio has unquestionably divided Americans and hardened our politics.

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U.S.: Braver Angels – Seeking to de-polarize America | Watch Video
In an effort to assist bridge the nation’s political chasm, the non-profit Braver Angels makes use of a workshop method analogous to a wedding counselor, to convey collectively pink and blue. Correspondent Martha Teichner visits Traverse City in Michigan, a battleground state, the place contributors work to recover from their worry of the opposite aspect, to seek out frequent floor – and even friendship.

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COMMENTARY: Do you get incessant messages from politicians asking for money? Jim Gaffigan does, too | Watch Video
The comic says he is being obsessively stalked by the Democratic and Republican Parties, who’ve one factor in thoughts. 

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NATURE: San Juan National Forest
“Sunday Morning” takes us to San Juan National Forest in Colorado. Videographer: Scot Miller.
      


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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Angela Lansbury, “liberated” by Broadway (Video)
Hollywood and Broadway star Angela Lansbury, who earned Five Tony Awards and three Oscar nominations, and who scored 12 Emmy nominations for her position as thriller author-sleuth Jessica Fletcher on the TV collection “Murder, She Wrote,” died on October 11, 2022 on the age of 96. In this interview that aired on “Sunday Morning” December 6, 2009, Lansbury talked with CBS News’ Katie Couric about her unparalleled career on stage and display screen.

MOVIES: 2022 New York Film Festival highlights: “She Said,” a journalistic takedown of Harvey Weinstein
Director Maria Schrader’s procedural, starring Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan, is among the notable premieres at this year’s pageant.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Comedian Billy Eichner and the boll weevil (Video)
Comedian and actor Billy Eichner sits down with Jonathan Vigliotti to debate his new movie, “Bros.” Then Conor Knighton travels to Enterprise, Alabama, to study concerning the boll weevil. 


RECAP: OCTOBER 9

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Pulling again the veil of secrecy surrounding McKinsey | Watch Video
In their new e book, “When McKinsey Comes to Town,” New York Times investigative reporters Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe dig inside McKinsey & Company, the consulting agency that has labored with company and authorities purchasers all over the world (from leisure companies to tobacco firms and pharmaceutical producers). They discuss with correspondent Erin Moriarty about what makes McKinsey, they are saying, a significant power for spreading concepts globally, each good and dangerous.

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“MOBITUARIES”: John Denver – Death of the Sunshine Boy | Watch Video
In the brand new season of podcasts Mo Rocca appears again at one of the crucial beloved entertainers of his period: singer-songwriter John Denver (who died 25 years in the past this week), whose completely honest songs about Colorado and nature made him one of many largest stars of the Seventies. Rocca visits Aspen, Colorado to fulfill John’s first spouse Annie Denver, and shut good friend Tom Crum, to study extra concerning the man behind the music.  [For more tune in to “Mobituaries” wherever you download podcasts.]

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ARTS: A New York live performance corridor’s triumphant reprise | Watch Video
The acoustics within the residence of the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center have at all times been problematic. Now, after a $550 million redesign, the refurbished David Geffen Hall has been praised prematurely of its opening this weekend. Correspondent David Pogue goes contained in the improve of a world-class venue.

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MOVIES: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on his favourite position: Dad | Watch Video
Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson was advised that he’d have to vary to change into a number one man; seems Hollywood modified for him, as “The Rock” grew to change into one of many largest film stars on the planet. Now he is starring because the DC Comics anti-hero “Black Adam.” Johnson talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about his humble origins, household, and what he says a couple of run for the White House.

To watch a trailer for “Black Adam” click on on the video participant beneath:


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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with nation music legend Loretta Lynn.
      

MUSIC: Guitarist Billy Strings on crafting his personal model of bluegrass | Watch Video
William Apostol knew from a young age that he needed to play bluegrass. Growing up in a Michigan trailer park, he realized to play guitar from his stepfather, and briefly performed heavy metallic. But right now, as Billy Strings, he is been dubbed the “future of bluegrass,” because of his Grammy Award-winning album “Home.” Correspondent Conor Knighton talks with the musician about his inspirations; his upcoming album “Me and Dad”; and how – after years of reflecting on the previous – he is now wanting forward in his music.

To hear Billy Strings carry out “Long Journey Home,” from his upcoming album “Me and Dad,” click on on the video participant beneath:


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HARTMAN: Kindness from the streets (Video)
After Richmond, Ind., police officer Seara Burton was shot within the line of obligation simply days earlier than her marriage ceremony, the entire neighborhood grieved deeply – together with town’s homeless, who dropped at the police station what was referred to as “the most amazing gift.” Steve Hartman studies.

MOVIES: Julia Roberts: Being an actor is “not my only dream come true” | Watch Video
She’s an Oscar-winner, A-List star, and certainly one of People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People. Julia Roberts talks with “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley about her new rom-com, “Ticket to Paradise,” marriage, life as a homemaker, and her ever-present passion.

WEB EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Julia Roberts on George Clooney: “I love being his foil” (Video)

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FOOD: How Erin French discovered herself at The Lost Kitchen | Watch Video
Recovering from a nasty divorce and habit, Erin French was lost earlier than she discovered freedom in her hometown of Freedom, Maine. She opened The Lost Kitchen restaurant, one of many hardest-to get reservations on the earth.  The cookbook creator, bestselling memoirist and TV chef talks with correspondent Martha Teichner about her life story, and of her restaurant that’s so in demand that reservations are received by lottery.

RECIPE: Little Neck Clams from The Lost Kitchen

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ON STAGE: John David Washington: “To try to prove something to somebody is a fool’s errand” | Watch Video
John David Washington initially needed to keep away from following within the footsteps of his father, actor Denzel Washington. But after an damage sidelined his soccer career, he auditioned for the a part of a soccer participant – and launched a profitable new career, starring in “BlacKkKlansman,” “Tenet,” and the brand new movie “Amsterdam.” He talks with “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh about being “Denzel’s son,” and making his Broadway debut in a revival of August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson,” taking part in the position created by his costar Samuel L. Jackson 35 years in the past.

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COMMENTARY: Jim Gaffigan is baffled by the mania over pumpkins | Watch Video
The comic says October, formally “pumpkin season,” is the strangest of all made-up seasons – and that “pumpkin spice” is not what you suppose it’s.

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NATURE: Elk at Yellowstone (Extended Web Video)
“Sunday Morning” leaves us this morning with elk bugling at Yellowstone National Park. Videographer: Doug Jensen.     


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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Country legend Loretta Lynn (Video)
Singer Loretta Lynn, the “coal miner’s daughter” who grew as much as change into one of the crucial acclaimed nation artists of all time, died on Tuesday, October 4, 2022 on the age of 90. In this “CBS Sunday Morning” profile that initially aired November 7, 2010, Lynn talked with correspondent Mo Rocca about her marriage, her early career, and how her heartache made for excellent songs.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg and sound artist Nikki Lindt (Video)
NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg sits down with Nancy Cordes to debate her new memoir, “Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships.” Then, Serena Altschul meets sound artist Nikki Lindt, who has a singular method of capturing the world round us. 


RECAP: OCTOBER 2

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Classified – Keeping shut the nation’s secrets and techniques | Watch Video
Government paperwork which can be categorized as confidential, secret or high secret represent info that may trigger harm to the nation’s safety if it had been revealed. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin appears on the interior workings of America’s classification equipment – which covers tens of millions of paperwork a year – and the difficulties of creating categorized info public.

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HEADLINES: Hurricane Ian: One for the historical past books (Video)
Four days after Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida, and then once more in South Carolina on Friday, there are dozens lifeless, tens of millions with out energy, and billions in harm. Correspondent Kris van Cleave studies on the aftermath of the catastrophic storm. 

     
HISTORY: Gallery of secrets and techniques – The CIA Museum | Watch Video
At the Central Intelligence Agency’s headquarters in Langley, Virginia, a newly-redesigned museum – accessible solely to licensed individuals – chronicles the successes, failures and sacrifices of intelligence operatives by means of the years. CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell will get a non-public tour with CIA director William Burns and finds out how compromising human intelligence sources can put American safety, and the lives of CIA brokers, at-risk. 

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MOVIES: Cate Blanchett on remodeling herself within the drama “Tár” | Watch Video
Two-time Academy Award-winner Cate Blanchett talks with correspondent Seth Doane about her newest movie, “Tár,” and her efficiency as an orchestra conductor dealing with a number of crises which has earned Blanchett essential acclaim. She additionally discusses her discomfort with the highlight, and how self-doubt drives her to maintain working.

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PASSAGE: Correspondent Bill Plante and humorist Roger Welsch (Video)
Bill Plante, a veteran of CBS News for greater than half a century, has died at age 84. Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett has an appreciation of his good friend. Also, “Sunday Morning” remembers longtime contributor Roger Welsch, whose “Postcard from Nebraska” studies introduced the wit and knowledge of smalltown America into our residing rooms.       

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Roger Welsch on a golf course in Nebraska’s Sandhills (Video)
Humorist, creator and longtime “Sunday Morning” contributor Roger Welsch, whose “Postcards from Nebraska” had been a long-cherished characteristic on our present, has died at age 85. In this report that initially aired on June 13, 1999, Welsch paid a go to to Mullen, and the Sand Hills Golf Club, a world-class golf course constructed in the course of nowhere, that follows the pure contours and biology of the Sandhills. 

     
BOOKS: Maggie Haberman on Donald Trump: “He saw the presidency as the ultimate vehicle to fame” | Watch Video
The New York Times correspondent has been protecting the world of Donald Trump since her days as a metro reporter within the late Nineties. Maggie Haberman talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about her new e book, “Confidence Man,” and about how the true property developer/on line casino proprietor’s “playbook” has not modified since he entered politics.

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HEADLINES: Illegal annexation of territory by Russia does not halt Ukraine forces (Video)
The day after Russian President Vladimir Putin illegally claimed to have annexed 4 Ukraine provinces, Ukrainian forces handed Russia certainly one of its most humiliating defeats but, on the strategically-important metropolis of Lyman within the Donetsk area. CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata studies.

TV:  John Stamos: “This is a great moment” | Watch Video
The actor whose appears and appeal earned him a loyal following as Uncle Jesse within the sitcom “Full House,” and who presently stars as the extreme coach of a highschool women’ basketball staff within the Disney+ collection “Big Shot,” talks with correspondent Tracy Smith concerning the influence of the dying of his good friend Bob Saget, and how the longer term appears right now.

PREVIEW: John Stamos opens up about his childhood need for fame

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SPACE: DART mission – How NASA hit the bullseye | Watch Video
NASA’s mission to vary an asteroid’s path, as a check of a technique to deflect planetary objects that threaten Earth, succeeded at placing a tiny moonlet 7 million miles away. Correspondent David Pogue appears at what the outcomes of the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART), and its new applied sciences, could imply for future missions.

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COMMENTARY: New Yorker author Hua Hsu on sustaining household ties by way of fax | Watch Video
The creator of the brand new memoir “Stay True” recollects his teen years as a time of overcoming nice distances – each generational and world – one web page at a time.

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NATURE: Sanibel Island (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Florida’s Sanibel Island, in calmer instances, on the J.N. “Ding” Darling Wildlife Refuge. Videographer: Charles Schultz.

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MOVIES: 2022 New York Film Festival – Cancel tradition, class wars, and existential dread
The sixtieth annual celebration of worldwide cinema options premieres starring Cate Blanchett, Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Woody Harrelson, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams and Timothée Chalamet. CBSNews.com’s David Morgan provides some highlights. 

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and wildflowers (Video)
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns sits down with Susan Spencer to debate his new PBS documentary collection “The U.S. and the Holocaust.” Then, Mo Rocca travels to Crested Butte, Colorado, to study wildflowers. 


RECAP: SEPTEMBER 25

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Streaming wars – The combat for viewers | Watch Video
An explosion of streaming companies, apps and platforms is delivering extra tv content material to extra folks than ever earlier than. But extra selection for subscribers means challenges for streamers – from HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+ and Hulu, to CBS’ father or mother company’s Paramount+. “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh talks with Hollywood Reporter media & business author Alex Weprin, and with Sesame Workshop CEO Steve Youngwood, about how new companies are combating for subscribers as they upend conventional broadcast or cable tv business fashions. (And no, you are not completely free from advertisements!)

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ART: “For the Birds”: Art, music and birdsong (Video)
More than 200 artists, musicians, actors and writers have collaborated on a multidisciplinary exhibition referred to as “For the Birds,” on the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York City, and for a set of recordings, “The Birdsong Project,” to profit the National Audubon Society. Correspondent Martha Teichner explores what occurs when artists take to the air.

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MOVIES: The inconceivable true story behind “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” | Watch Video
In 1967 “Chickie” Donohue, a service provider seaman, was impressed to ship beers to buddies who had been combating in an unpopular battle. And so, he packed up some suds and sailed for Vietnam to trace them down. That quixotic journey impressed the brand new movie “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” directed by Peter Farrelly, an Academy Award-winner for “Green Book.” CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Farrelly, star Zac Efron, and with Donohue, who describes how his expertise modified his view of the battle.

WEB EXTRA: Zac Efron on appearing with an enormous centipede (Video)
In this “Sunday Morning” unique, actor Zac Efron describes filming a tense scene with an uncommon, many-legged co-star: an enormous venomous centipede.

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SUNDAY PROFILE: Gwyneth Paltrow on the ability of turning 50: “We stop trying to be what other people are expecting us to be” | Watch Video
She received an Oscar at age 26, and then based a way of life model referred to as Goop that right now is price a reported $250 million. What does turning 50 seem like to actress and wellness entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow? She talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about fame, household, and wellness.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actress Louise Fletcher, an Oscar-winner for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” 

BOOKS: The enduring recognition of “Tuesdays with Morrie” | Watch Video
After sportswriter Mitch Albom reconnected with retired college professor Morrie Schwartz, who was dying of ALS (a.okay.a. Lou Gehrig’s Disease), their weekly conversations grew to become the premise of Albom’s bestselling “Tuesdays with Morrie.” Twenty-five years after the e book’s publication, “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with Albom about how its examination of impending dying turned his life inside-out.

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MUSIC: Wynonna Judd on her mom Naomi Judd’s dying: I’m “incredibly angry” | Watch Video
Performing as The Judds, mom Naomi and daughter Wynonna had been one of the crucial profitable nation music duos in historical past. In her first interview for the reason that dying final spring of her mom, Wynonna Judd talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about utilizing music to maintain grief at bay; and about her willpower to forge forward on a tour introduced solely weeks earlier than her mother died. [If you are in crisis, please call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988, or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.]

PREVIEW: Wynonna Judd opens up about grief in first interview since her mom’s dying

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MOVIES: Sigourney Weaver on confounding others’ expectations | Watch Video
With greater than 60 movie credit (together with 4 motion pictures debuting this fall), Sigourney Weaver appears to have discovered her place, and at her personal regular tempo. The three-time Academy Award-nominee talks with “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley concerning the lesson she realized from attending Yale’s School of Drama; her launch into stardom as Ripley within the “Alien” franchise; and the key of her Hollywood longevity.

WEB EXTRA: Sigourney Weaver on what makes creativity thrive (Video)
In this internet unique, actress Sigourney Weaver talks with “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley about why she did not count on to reach the business, and concerning the type of environment during which actors can do their greatest work.

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HARTMAN: Best pals for whom daring is gorgeous (Video)
Nine-year-old Carsyn Majors, of Encinitas, Calif., has alopecia universalis, an autoimmune illness that leads to near-total hair loss. But her unhappiness about dropping her flowing blond locks modified when she met a brand new greatest good friend: 17-year-old Scarlett Hall, who additionally has alopecia universalis. Correspondent Steve Hartman meets a pair of beauties whose friendship has modified each their attitudes.  

     
THE NEW SEASON: The most anticipated new TV & streaming | Watch Video

     

NATURE: Sunflowers in South Dakota (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to area aglow in central South Dakota. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard.
     


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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams, and an animal haven (Video)
In honor of Gold Star Mother’s and Family’s Day, we bear in mind Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams, who sat down with David Martin to debate his service to his nation. Also, Lesley Stahl visits a not-for-profit farm in New Jersey for abused and uncared for animals. 


RECAP: SEPTEMBER 18

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Gimme shelter – Rebirth of a Cold War relic | Watch Video
With the tide of battle in Ukraine turning in opposition to Putin and Russia, worries a couple of nuclear assault have elevated curiosity in a fixture of the Cold War: underground bunkers. Correspondent Roxana Saberi appears at how builders of fallout shelters are discovering a brisk business.

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THE ROYALS: Solemnity and spectacle – Britain prepares for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral | Watch Video
Great Britain has not buried a monarch for the reason that dying of King George VI in 1952. So, royal watchers anticipate Monday’s funeral for Queen Elizabeth II will likely be a mix of grand spectacle and personal grief not seen in generations. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with former BBC anchor Jon Sopel and professor Pauline Maclaren about what to anticipate from Monday’s service at Westminster Abbey, which has been a long time within the planning.

Watch the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II reside on CBS Monday, September 19 starting at 5:30 a.m. ET, or on-line at cbsnews.com, and on the CBS News cellular app. You can also stream reside by way of Paramount+. 

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THE ROYALS: King Charles III’s appeal offensive | Watch Video
Great Britain’s new king has had a bumpy experience over time, and in order Prince Charles assumed the throne he has rapidly sought to project heat and approachability. Correspondent Mark Phillips talks with royal historian Robert Lacey, and with Paddy Harverson, former communications director for the royal household, concerning the challenges King Charles III faces. 

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MAGAZINES: Better Homes & Gardens marks 100 years (Video)
This month Better Homes & Gardens is publishing its one hundredth anniversary commemorative concern, celebrating a century of artistic cooking, gardening and fashion recommendation, in {a magazine} that has change into a mainstay in American houses. Correspondent Serena Altschul visits BH&G’s check backyard and check kitchens in Des Moines, Iowa, the place recipes and home how-to hints are dished up. 

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MOVIES: Billy Eichner on his homosexual rom-com “Bros” | Watch Video
Comedian Billy Eichner is the primary brazenly homosexual man to co-write and star in a homosexual romantic comedy for a significant film studio. He talks with correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti about “Bros,” and why it is taken so lengthy for Hollywood to supply a rom-com that includes an all-LGBTQ principal cast.

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PASSAGE: Remembering “Sunday Morning” editor David Small (Video)
We bear in mind a cherished member of our “Sunday Morning” household: Longtime video editor David Small, who handed away in New York City after a quick sickness. 

U.S.: Why one Alabama city erects monuments to the boll weevil | Watch Video
A century in the past, cotton farmers in Enterprise, Ala., confronted catastrophe when their crops had been worn out by an invasive species, the boll weevil. Rather than settle for defeat, the farmers switched to rising peanuts, and the city was saved. Correspondent Conor Knighton appears at how, right now, Enterprise honors the insect pest that not solely didn’t destroy the city, however allowed it to come back again stronger.

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HARTMAN: A house rebuilt (Video)
Twenty-two-year-old Jaylan Gray needed to stop school to care for his 12-year-old brother, Julian, after their mom, a single father or mother, died. But issues received worse, when their residence in Katy, Texas, was severely broken, and a contractor ran off with their life financial savings. That was when a non-profit referred to as Katy Responds, a bunch that fixes up homes after pure disasters, heard of their plight. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies. 

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TV: “The Amazing Race” – And they’re off, once more! | Watch Video
For the previous 21 years, the CBS competitors collection “The Amazing Race” has examined the endurance of intrepid contestants on a race all over the world, a worldwide odyssey with a $1 million prize on the end line. And for the creators of the present, government producers Elise Doganieri and Bertram van Munster, it is all nonetheless fairly superb for them, too. Correspondent Tracy Smith tags alongside because the present’s newest lineup of racers heads to Munich for the beginning of the present’s thirty fourth season, for a race during which there are not any do-overs.

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MUSIC: The Queen’s Six – Giving pop music the royal remedy | Watch Video
In 2008, six members of the Choir of St. George’s Chapel, which has sung for companies at Windsor Castle for almost 700 years, fashioned The Queen’s Six, a bunch that performs music you will not discover in any hymnal, from pop to Broadway. Correspondent David Pogue talks with The Queen’s Six about performing for Queen Elizabeth II, their upcoming album, and welcoming a feminine singer into the group for the primary time.

WEB EXTRA: “Abblasen” performed by the Queen’s Six (YouTube Video)
The “CBS Sunday Morning” theme music, in an association by David Pogue, is carried out by the Queen’s Six – members of the Choir of St. George’s Chapel – at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. The Queen’s Six consists of bass Simon Whiteley, baritone Andrew Thompson, alto Lissie Paul, countertenor Tom Lilburn, tenor Nick Madden, and tenor Dominic Bland.

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COMMENTARY: Rachel Aviv on how the tales we inform about psychological issues form sufferers’ lives | Watch Video
The New Yorker author and creator of “Strangers to Ourselves” says we are able to improve our understanding of psychological sickness by paying extra consideration to the tales sufferers inform about their particular person expertise to seek out that means for themselves.

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NATURE: Ospreys (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst ospreys feathering their nests on the Delaware Bay estuary, close to Mauricetown, New Jersey. Videographer: Jeff Reisly.


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THE BOOK REPORT: Fall picks from Washington Post critic Ron Charles | Watch Video
Our critic provides some fall studying suggestions, from a brand new novel by a Nobel Prize-winner, to the newest page-turner from a bestselling creator of political thrillers.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Afterlives” by Abdulrazak Gurnah
The newest novel by the Tanzanian creator, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature, provides an intimate have a look at village life in East Africa in the course of the interval of German colonialism within the early twentieth century.

READ AN EXCERPT:  “The Marriage Portrait” by Maggie O’Farrell
The creator of the acclaimed novel “Hamnet” returns with a historic thriller a couple of teenage woman, a member of the House of Medici, who fears her husband is plotting to kill her.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers”
This candid memoir by the daughter of Richard Rodgers, written with New York Times theater critic Jesse Green, is steeped within the tales and personalities of American musical theater.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Blowback” by James Patterson and Brendan DuBois
There’s a narcissistic psychopath within the White House, and a pair of secret brokers realizes he is about to destroy the nation.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2022
A glance again on the esteemed personalities who left us this year, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. 

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Activist Angela Davis and surfboard design (Video)
Activist, professor and creator Angela Davis sits down with Lilia Luciano to debate how she has advocated in opposition to oppression, white supremacy and police violence for greater than 5 a long time. Also, Tracy Smith learns the historical past behind the surfboard. 


RECAP: SEPTEMBER 11

The Queen remembered
“Sunday Morning” examines the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British historical past, who died this week at 96.

Hosted by Jane Pauley. 

Note for New York City space viewers: WCBS will pre-empt “Sunday Morning” on September 11 with a view to current reside protection of a commemoration for 9/11 victims being held on the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in Lower Manhattan. To watch “Sunday Morning” please tune in (or set your DVR to file) our CBS Station WLNY Channel 10/55, starting at 9:00 a.m. The broadcast will later be streamed on-line at CBSNews.com starting at 10:30 a.m. ET, and will even be accessible on Paramount+.

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COVER STORY: Queen Elizabeth II – Why she will likely be missed | Watch Video
The passing of Queen Elizabeth II after 70 years on the throne has meant that not only a monarch is gone on the age of 96, however a long time of stability and continuity are immediately gone, too. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with the Queen’s former chaplain, Gavin Ashenden; historian Sir David Cannadine; and Erin Vanderhoof (of the Vanity Fair podcast “Dynasty”) about how the Queen’s obligation, poise, charisma, and adherence to custom served her, and her topics, throughout her seven-decade reign. 

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THE ROYALS: Charles III – What modifications may we see from Britain’s new king? | Watch Video
After serving what has been dubbed “the longest internship in history,” Prince Charles has now ascended to the throne following the dying of his 96-year-old mom, Queen Elizabeth II. Correspondent Mark Phillips talks with creator Robert Hardman and historian Simon Schama about what this new monarch could imply for the royal household. 

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HOUSING: Nehemiah – Making the American Dream doable for first-time householders | Watch Video
A program organized greater than 40 years in the past by native church buildings in East Brooklyn and the Industrial Areas Foundation to build a neighborhood inside a destitute neighborhood – the place nobody would want to drive by means of, not to mention reside – has since enabled first-time householders to build fairness, and hope for the longer term, because the houses have change into, actually, the inspiration of neighborhood improvement. And the forces behind the Nehemiah housing project have by no means stopped, increasing to cities across the nation, the place they’ve constructed 6,500 houses. “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel studies.

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ART: Sound artist Nikki Lindt on recording a hidden universe (Video)
Nikki Lindt employs microphones and a deep-rooted curiosity to file sounds in environments often unseen – underground, inside timber and beneath water – with a view to seize their thriller and sonic energy. Correspondent Serena Altschul talks with Lindt about her fascination with discovering subterranean resonance, and participates in a “Sound Walk” at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, the place Lindt’s recordings are featured. 

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PASSAGE: 
In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with veteran journalist and CNN anchor Bernard Shaw.     

THE ROYALS: Britain’s royal historical past: More than 1,000 years of household drama | Watch Video
Since the reign of Alfred the Great, the road of Britain’s hereditary royalty has stretched throughout almost 40 generations to the brand new king, Charles III. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with creator Hugo Vickers concerning the sprawling branches of the royal household tree whose members had been generally pitted in opposition to each other. 

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MEDIA: The Queen on display screen: Actors focus on taking part in essentially the most personal of public individuals | Watch Video
From Helen Mirren’s Oscar-winning efficiency in “The Queen,” to the long-running tv collection “The Crown,” Queen Elizabeth II has offered a grand however mysterious canvas for actresses portraying the British monarch. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz appears again at display screen portraits of the Queen, and talks with Jane Alexander, who performed her within the 2011 TV film, “William & Catherine: A Royal Romance.”

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THE ROYALS: Tina Brown on Elizabeth II: “The monarchy was incredibly lucky that it is she who inherited the throne” | Watch Video
By her temperament, and her reassuring presence within the lives of her topics, Queen Elizabeth II was the very mannequin of a contemporary monarch. CBS News contributor Tina Brown, creator of “The Palace Papers,” talks with correspondent Mo Rocca concerning the Queen’s mystique, and how Her Majesty evoked historical past and familiarity in a turbulent world.

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THE ROYALS: The Queen’s animal companions | Watch Video
From Corgis to thoroughbreds, Queen Elizabeth II has spent her life accompanied by four-legged pals. Correspondent Martha Teichner appears on the monarch’s lengthy historical past of pets, and how her breeding of profitable racehorses made her the Queen of the Sport of Kings.

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THE ROYALS: Bill Clinton on Queen Elizabeth II: “She was an amazing woman” | Watch Video
The United States’ “special relationship” with the United Kingdom has endured in no small measure as a result of presence of Elizabeth II, who as Queen met with all however one U.S. president since Eisenhower. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with former President Bill Clinton about his recollections of the Queen, together with her curiosity, her kindness, and her devotion to obligation.

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NATURE: New Forest National Park (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to New Forest National Park, the location of England’s first royal looking floor established within the year 1079. Videographer: Henry Bautista.      


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COMMENTARY: Queen Elizabeth’s epic reign, and why the monarchy issues | Watch Video
Historian and creator Amanda Foreman provides her ideas on the girl who embodied the spirit of a nation, as each a figurehead and a really relatable mom and grandmother.

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RECIPE: The Queen’s cocktail

     
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Almanac – The day Elizabeth grew to become queen | Watch Video
On February 6, 1952, 70 years in the past, Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, ascended to the British throne by the dying of her father, King George VI. Jane Pauley studies.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2022
A glance again on the esteemed personalities who left us this year, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. 

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Senator Patrick Leahy and Birkenstock footwear (Video)
Vermont Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy sits down with CBS News’ Robert Costa to debate his upcoming retirement. Also, Seth Doane travels to Germany to learn the way Birkenstock is dealing with counterfeiters.


Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: The nice shift: How are all these “back to the office” plans going? | Watch Video
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, some firms are transitioning their workers again from working remotely to working within the office, or some hybrid of the 2 – and many employees are saying no. Correspondent David Pogue appears at how employers and workers are responding to a brand new business paradigm.

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MILITARY: How HIMARS is altering the momentum of Ukraine’s combat in opposition to Russia | Watch Video
Since the United States offered Ukraine with 16 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (or HIMARS), the launchers are altering the face of battle, turning into a key weapon in Ukraine’s counteroffensive in opposition to invading Russian forces. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin visits the Lockheed Martin plant the place the highly-effective precision rocket launchers are constructed; and a check vary the place HIMARS crews are educated to “shoot and scoot.”

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ROYALS: Diana the revolutionary: What we realized from her life and loss | Watch Video
Historian and creator Amanda Foreman displays on the enduring legacy of the “people’s princess,” and how the examples she set – from her honesty about her life struggles, to her efforts for society’s most marginalized – proceed to encourage us a quarter-century after her tragic dying.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The life and dying of Princess Diana, hounded by paparazzi (Video)
In this story initially broadcast on “CBS Sunday Morning” on August 31, 1997, correspondent Martha Teichner reported on the tragic passing of Princess Diana as she was pursued by paparazzi actually to her dying.

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BOOKS: Nina Totenberg on her friendship with RBG | Watch Video
NPR’s authorized affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg is thought for her insightful protection, and frequent scoops, regarding the Supreme Court. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes talks with Totenberg about her new memoir, “Dinners With Ruth,” and what she gained from her decades-long friendship with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Dinners with Ruth” by Nina Totenberg

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with nation singer-songwriter Luke Bell.

     
HISTORY: America’s failures in response to the Holocaust | Watch Video
A brand new PBS documentary collection, “The U.S. and the Holocaust,” examines how United States coverage was not at all times an open door for Jews in Europe who sought to flee Nazi persecution earlier than and throughout World War II. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with documentary filmmakers Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein concerning the methods during which America failed – politically and institutionally – throughout a seismic humanitarian disaster.

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TV: Hillary and Chelsea Clinton on their TV collection celebrating “Gutsy” girls | Watch Video
In their new Apple TV+ docuseries, “Gutsy,” the previous Secretary of State and her daughter interview expert and decided girls from all walks of life – whereas additionally sharing their very own personal experiences – that, mixed, mirror the ability of girls who persist. They discuss with “CBS Evening News” anchor Norah O’Donnell about what they realized from their collection’ topics, and from one another.

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BOOKS: In his new memoir Jann Wenner relives Rolling Stone’s “glory days” | Watch Video
Jann Wenner was a 21-year-old Berkeley dropout when he launched Rolling Stone journal in 1967. It would change into a cultural Bible for Baby Boomers. He talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about his new memoir, “Like a Rolling Stone”; the musicians and writers who stuffed the journal’s pages; why he got here out to his spouse of just about three a long time; and dropping management of the journal he created.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Like a Rolling Stone” by Jann Wenner

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HISTORY: Mikhail Gorbachev on the final days of the Soviet Union (Video)
In December 1991 Ted Koppel interviewed the Soviet President on the Kremlin as the united states ceased to exist. The man who oversaw the dissolution of a Cold War superpower (who died this week at age 91) provided a Russian fable to elucidate his nation’s destiny. 

SPORTS: Arthur Ashe, athlete and activist | Watch Video
CBS Sports commentator Jim Brown sits down with Arthur Ashe’s widow, award-winning photographer Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, on the twenty fifth anniversary of Arthur Ashe Stadium, to speak about how the tennis champion used his expertise and fame to talk out on race relations and inequality on and off the court docket, and how his legacy continues to encourage folks right now. 

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NATURE: Sea turtle hatchlings (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Sea Island, Georgia, simply in time to identify some new child loggerhead sea turtles working their technique to open water. Videographer: Charles Schultz.


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GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2022
A glance again on the esteemed personalities who left us this year, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity. 

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Author Jason Reynolds, and Riva boats (Video)
Author Jason Reynolds sits down with Jane Pauley to debate his best-selling books for youthful readers. Also, Seth Doane travels to Italy to study concerning the glamor of Riva boats. 


RECAP: AUGUST 28

Jane Pauley hosts a repeat broadcast of our annual design present, introduced from Santa Barbara, a California city generally known as the American Riviera.

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BY DESIGN: Montecito’s El Fureidis, a Gilded Age treasure in Santa Barbara | Watch Video
Built in 1906 within the Montecito Hills above Santa Barbara, Calif., El Fureidis, the Mediterranean-inspired residence of actual property tycoon James Waldron Gillespie, is an oasis of tranquility and class, in a lush 10-acre property. Jane Pauley takes us inside.

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COVER STORY: Self-tracking your well being knowledge | Watch Video
Experts say units like smartwatches that regularly monitor your well being knowledge may provide you with early warning about medical issues earlier than a physician may. Correspondent David Pogue appears at how self-tracking knowledge could someday assist detect situations like infectious illnesses, kind II diabetes, coronary heart situations and even most cancers.

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BY DESIGN: A historical past of Santa Barbara | Watch Video
The metropolis on California’s southern coast would evolve dramatically over the course of 4 centuries, from the house of Chumash Indians to a Spanish settlement and mission, to an oceanfront jewel whose structure and life-style have change into the epitome of the California Dream. Jane Pauley takes a stroll by means of the historical past of the “American Riviera.”

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ART: Land artist Jon Foreman, whose canvas is a seaside (Video)
Artist Jon Foreman finds inspiration in nature and a receding tide, utilizing rocks that he finds or raking and combing the seashores of Wales into spectacular designs which can be destined to be washed away. Correspondent Seth Doane studies on the gorgeous artwork that’s hardly timeless.

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #1: The one instrument your kitchen cannot do with out | Watch Video
Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Epicurious senior editor Emily Johnson concerning the historical past of the kitchen gadget that’s indispensable – the can opener.

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INTERIOR DESIGN: Designing plant partitions for residence and office | Watch Video
“Green walls” are alive with vegetation that convey colour and oxygen indoors. Correspondent Kelefa Sanneh talks with Stacy Coleman, proprietor of Plant Wall Design, the New York-based company that builds and maintains residing partitions.  

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AGRICULTURE: Vertical farms: A rising type of agriculture | Watch Video
In downtown Jackson, Wyoming, a small plot of land, 30 by 150 ft, produces 100,000 kilos of produce a year, because of a farm that soars within the air. Correspondent Martha Teichner appears on the rising business of locally-sourced vertical farms for city communities. 

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SPORT DESIGN: The evolution of surfboards | Watch Video
Originally a sport of Hawaiian royalty, browsing was taken to the following degree as soon as surfboard designers began making boards shorter and lighter. Correspondent Tracy Smith appears at how design, paired with the right wave, propelled the game into the favored tradition.  

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BY DESIGN: Inside Bellosguardo, a reclusive heiress’ historic residence | Watch Video
Built within the Thirties, excessive above the Santa Barbara coast, the mansion generally known as Bellosguardo was the summer season residence of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, who instructed her employees to by no means change a factor – and they did not. Jane Pauley pays a go to to a fabled residence constructed from a Gilded Age fortune, which is able to open its doorways to public excursions for the primary time later this year. 

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INTERIOR DESIGN: The artwork of wallpaper (Video)
Heidi and Christian Batteau are the husband-and-wife duo behind Assemblage, which creates bespoke, handmade wallpaper utilizing historic Italian strategies. Correspondent Nancy Giles appears into the historical past of wallpaper, and talks with inside designer Sheila Bridges about bringing extra variety to the partitions – and ceilings – of a twenty first century residence.

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MUSIC: Kenny Loggins on savoring the moments | Watch Video
Even at 74, Kenny Loggins’ voice sounds as youthful as his songs, which have a behavior of creating us really feel younger, too. The singer talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about touring; the mudslides that struck his neighborhood in Montecito, Calif.; his new memoir, “Still Alright”; his songwriting collaborations with artists like Michael McDonald; and how being a father affected his music.

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WORK FROM HOME: Martha Stewart on spring cleansing your property office space | Watch Video
After two-and-a-half years of working from residence, your office-away-from-office can do with some refreshing. Multimedia life-style entrepreneur Martha Stewart provides some organizing suggestions.

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #2: The magnificence that’s the paper clip | Watch Video
Collector and creator James Ward is obsessed about one of the crucial utilitarian units we all know: the standard paper clip. But paper clips are extra than simply tiny wire sculptures that stick papers collectively; they’re, Ward tells correspondent Susan Spencer, miniature items of artwork.

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FASHION: Thrift buying: Making trend extra sustainable (Video)
Secondhand buying, also referred to as upcycling, is certainly one of trend’s fastest-growing tendencies. Correspondent Serena Altschul appears at how getting new use from undesirable garments is turning into a $35 billion market.

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ARCHITECTURE: Home candy residence, comprised of delivery containers | Watch Video
In 2016 Zack and Brie Smithey constructed their dream residence in St. Charles, Missouri: a 3 bed room, two-and-a-half tub, 3,000 sq. ft., two-story structure made out of eight delivery containers. Now, they’re serving to different folks build container houses. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with householders who refuse to be boxed into conventional notions of residence building. 

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #3: The scoop on ice cream | Watch Video
Correspondent Susan Spencer visits the Museum of Ice Cream in New York City to seek out out why a perfectly-shaped ball of ice cream is one of the best ways to benefit from the deal with, because of the invention of the ice cream scoop, dreamed up by African-American businessman and inventor Alfred Cralle again in 1897.

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NATURE: California Coast (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us alongside the California coast, the place birds – and not simply surfers – benefit from the waves. Videographer: Luke Thomas. 


RECAP: AUGUST 21

Guest Host: Lee Cowan

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COVER STORY: The water contaminant that scientists say is not going away | Watch Video
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (generally known as PFAS) are long-lasting compounds which can be displaying up in soil, floor water, ingesting water sources, even rainfall, and have been linked to most cancers, liver harm, thyroid illness, and different illnesses. By some estimates, this poisonous household of chemical substances could be discovered within the blood of almost each particular person on the planet. Correspondent Lee Cowan appears at how the chemical substances received right here, and talks with households, farmers, and well being advocates combating for clear, secure water.

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FASHION: The revealing historical past of Birkenstocks | Watch Video
The German shoe company recognized for its ubiquitous sandals has lasted almost 250 years. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Birkenstock CEO Oliver Reichert about going toe-to-toe in opposition to counterfeiters; partnering with such luxurious designers as Manolo Blahnik and Dior; and how the pandemic affected Birkenstock’s recognition, racing to fill backorders of almost one million pairs.

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BUSINESS: “Unions are cool again”: A brand new technology of employees advocates for unionization | Watch Video
America’s second-largest employer fought onerous in opposition to unionization efforts at its Staten Island, N.Y., warehouse. But “team members” there voted to unionize – an instance of youthful workers’ curiosity in improved working situations, and the growing fortunes of labor collectives, regardless of firms’ union-busting ways. Correspondent David Pogue studies. (A model of this story was initially broadcast on April 24, 2022.)

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SPORTS: Tennis legend Chris Evert on what drives her now | Watch Video
A famous person since she was 16, Chris Evert was a power in girls’s tennis and in style tradition all through the Seventies and ’80s. Today, at 67, she’s serving to younger gamers study greater than bettering their tennis method. Evert talks with correspondent Tracy Smith concerning the worth she paid for her early success; her most cancers prognosis and chemotherapy; and how her sister Jeanne saved her life.

WEB EXTRA: Chris Evert on the BRCA gene and most cancers (Video)
Women who carry a BRCA gene mutation have the next threat for sure hereditary cancers, together with ovarian and breast most cancers. In this internet additional, tennis legend Chris Evert talks with correspondent Tracy Smith concerning the response she has needed to opening up about her household’s most cancers historical past. 

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with legendary “Wrecking Crew” session guitarist Bill Pitman.

       
HARTMAN: Personal greatest: Saving the ref’s life (Video)
Back in June, John Sculli, of Rochester, N.Y., was refereeing a semi-pro basketball sport when he suffered a coronary heart assault – the type referred to as a “widow maker,” which nearly nobody survives. Within seconds, a participant named Myles Copeland rushed to his aspect and began doing CPR. Copeland talked with correspondent Steve Hartman about what it is like to save lots of somebody’s life – and reunited with Sculli for the primary time since their shared drama on the court docket.

     
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MUSIC: Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo’s enduring rock romance | Watch Video
She was a singer from Long Island, impressed by Liza Minnelli and coated in spandex; he was a guitarist from Cleveland. Together they’re amongst rock’s most enduring love tales, all whereas promoting 36 million albums, recording 15 Top 40 hits, and profitable 4 consecutive Grammys. Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo discuss with correspondent Jim Axelrod about their artistic partnership, their 40-year-marriage, and their newest collaboration: the upcoming stage musical, “Invincible,” a reimagining of “Romeo and Juliet” that includes their iconic rock songs. (A model of this story was initially broadcast on November 28, 2021.)

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ART: “Women’s Work”: Art from the palms of girls who continued | Watch Video
For generations the creative contributions of girls have been marginalized by the artwork world and by society on the whole. In “Women’s Work,” a brand new exhibit at Lyndhurst Mansion in Tarrytown, New York, items by feminine artists previous and current are displayed alongside works created by girls in a home setting. Correspondent Faith Salie appears at how “unimportant” historic objects at the moment are seen by means of a contemporary eye.

WEB EXTRA: Artist Valerie Hammond on her youngsters as muses (Video)
Artist Valerie Hammond talks with correspondent Faith Salie about her personal items within the “Women’s Work” exhibit – works that incorporate her youngsters.

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POLITICS: Patrick Leahy on retiring from a divided Senate | Watch Video
He was an idealistic 34-year-old prosecutor from Vermont who got here to Washington within the wake of the Watergate scandal. Now, after eight phrases in Congress, Senator Patrick Leahy is retiring, at a time when Congress, he says, is extra bitterly divided than ever. The fourth-longest serving senator in U.S. historical past – his tenure bookended by Nixon’s political coverup and Trump’s rebel – talks with correspondent Robert Costa concerning the position of the Senate and the hazards of partisanship.

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WEB EXTRA: Patrick Leahy, Senator and Deadhead (Video)
Vermont Democrat Patrick Leahy, one of many longest-serving senators in U.S. historical past, talks with CBS News’ Robert Costa about utilizing his affect in an unlikely setting: backstage at Grateful Dead live shows, the place he had an influence on the band’s setlist.

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NATURE: Spotted dolphins (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst some noticed dolphins within the blue waters off the Bahamas. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.

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The National Association of Black Journalists has honored “Sunday Morning” correspondent Kelefa Sanneh, producer Robbyn McFadden and editor Remington Korper for his or her August 2021 profile of singer-actress Jennifer Hudson, who was taking part in Aretha Franklin within the biopic “Respect.” Read the story right here, or watch the video. 

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LOVE: Two Maine seniors and their very odd honeymoon (Video)
In honor of National Senior Citizens Day this August 21, correspondent Nancy Giles brings us a love story about Phil and Dotty, two outdated pals in Maine – each widowed, and considering their ships had sailed – who discovered themselves falling in love of their golden years, and about their weird selection for a honeymoon, which Phil’s daughter, folksinger Catie Curtis, felt deserved a tune.

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Veteran actor James Hong and Eskimo Ice Cream
Actor James Hong sits down with Ben Mankiewicz to speak about his almost seven-decade career, and how he has needed to face racism on set. Then, Jonathan Vigliotti travels to Alaska to learn to make akutaq, also referred to as Eskimo ice cream. 


RECAP: AUGUST 14

Guest Host: Tracy Smith

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COVER STORY: What’s the precise method to consider the left-handed? | Watch Video
Even although an estimated ten % of the world’s inhabitants is left-handed, scientists haven’t undoubtedly found out why. Southpaw correspondent Rita Braver talks with some well-known lefties (together with former President Bill Clinton, and World Series profitable pitcher Sean Doolittle) about functioning in a world dominated by the right-handed; and with researchers who suppose variations in brain structure between those that are left-handed and right-handed could have implications within the remedy of illness. (This story was initially broadcast February 6, 2022.)

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HEADLINES: The assault on Salman Rushdie: “An attack on freedom of expression” | Watch Video
The tried homicide of the famend creator, lengthy focused by Islamic fundamentalists over his novel “The Satanic Verses,” is the newest unhappy chapter within the lifetime of a quiet however devoted hero of free speech. Correspondent Lee Cowan studies. 

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Salman Rushdie on life after fatwa (Video)
After the 1988 publication of the novel “The Satanic Verses,” which Muslim fundamentalists had been satisfied insulted Islam, the Ayatollah Khomeini issued an order than creator Salman Rushdie be executed. He lived for 9 years underneath menace of being killed. In this interview initially broadcast on “CBS Sunday Morning” on September 29, 2002, Rushdie talked with correspondent Martha Teichner concerning the battle over freedom of thought in Islam and the “enriching jungle” of his previous that has impressed his books; his 1999 transfer to New York City; and the issue of turning into “famous for the wrong thing.”

POSTCARD FROM ITALY: “La dolce Riva”: Italy’s basic picket motorboats | Watch Video
During Italy’s post-war increase years, Riva’s glamorous picket boats had been the top of “la dolce vita” – the Ferraris of motorboats, owned by film stars, tycoons and royalty. Correspondent Seth Doane takes a spin on the water in a basic Riva; checks out a brand new version of the famed Aquarama boat; and learns how the company is working to maintain Riva’s spirit alive. 

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U.S.: A go to to Andy Griffith’s “Mayberry,” a city that by no means was | Watch Video
Andy Griffith was born and raised in Mount Airy, North Carolina, a neighborhood that was the inspiration for Mayberry within the basic comedy “The Andy Griffith Show” and its spinoff, “Mayberry, R.F.D.” Now, Mount Airy has reinvented itself as a vacation spot for followers who come by the a whole lot of 1000’s every year. Senior contributing correspondent Ted Koppel visits Mount Airy to seek out out what attracts so many nostalgic for a present created greater than 50 years in the past. (This story was initially broadcast September 19, 2021.)

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with singer and actress Olivia Newton-John, star of the movie model of “Grease.”

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Olivia Newton-John on discovering pleasure in a life with most cancers | Watch Video
The Australian singing famous person Olivia Newton-John died this week on the age of 73. In this 2019 “Sunday Morning” profile, she talked with Gayle King about her battles with most cancers, and how, whereas the ache could possibly be insufferable, her spirit remained unshakable.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: David McCullough on founding father John Adams | Watch Video
Bestselling historian David McCullough died August 8, 2022 at age 89. In this “Sunday Morning” interview, initially broadcast on July 1, 2001, he talks with correspondent Rita Braver about an ignored Founding Father, John Adams, the topic of his Pulitzer Prize-winning biography.  

U.S.: A small city desires massive, with very massive issues (Video)
Conor Knighton visits Casey, Illinois, residence to the World’s Largest Rocking Chair, World’s Largest Golf Tee, World’s Largest Pitchfork, and World’s Largest Wind Chime, amongst many different over-sized objects. It’s a set that has helped the tiny city midway between St. Louis and Indianapolis loom massive on the map of world data. (This story was initially broadcast August 20, 2017.)

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TV: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on appearing, growing older and activism | Watch Video
On the Netflix collection “Grace and Frankie,” Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin play two feisty octogenarians who see outdated age not as a dying sentence, however as a victory lap. The two outdated pals discuss with correspondent Tracy Smith about growing older, working collectively, and how Fonda, who raised tens of millions as an train entrepreneur, gave most of it away. (This story was initially broadcast April 24, 2022.)

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SUNDAY JOURNAL: The fallout from Donald Trump’s worst week | Watch Video
As the previous president’s authorized issues cascaded this week – an unprecedented search warrant obtained for categorized paperwork saved at his Florida residence; a court docket resolution relating to his tax returns; and his pleading the fifth throughout a deposition in a civil case in opposition to his company – his supporters denounced the FBI, and spoke brazenly on social media about retaliation. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett studies about America’s democracy coming into uncharted waters.

MUSIC: “Omar,” an opera illuminating a Muslim slave’s life in America | Watch Video
“Omar,” an opera that just lately had its world premiere, tells the story of Omar Ibn Said, a nineteenth century Muslim scholar stolen from Senegal and offered into slavery in America, who left behind a outstanding autobiography written in Arabic. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with author Rhiannon Giddens and composer Michael Abels about how their opera tells a largely-forgotten story, informing the historical past of our multicultural nation. 

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NATURE: Red-headed woodpeckers (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us this week amongst some red-headed woodpeckers at Knox Farm State Park in western New York. Videographer: Carl Mrozek. 

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On Thursday correspondent Ted Koppel, producer Deirdre Cohen and editor Ed Givnish had been named winners of the 2022 Edward R. Murrow Award for Hard News for his or her August 29, 2021 “Sunday Morning” report, “Shots Fired,” concerning the epidemic of gun violence in America. Read the story, or watch it right here. 
           


“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actress Sandy Duncan and the fashionable library
Mo Rocca sits down with actress, singer and dancer Sandy Duncan to debate her career and how she recovered after dropping eyesight in her left eye. Also, how trendy libraries have gotten social hubs stuffed with actions and technology. 


RECAP: AUGUST 7

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Due to local weather change, Nevada says goodbye to grass | Watch Video
In a state the place each drop of water counts, decorative grass – which accounts for a big share of out of doors water use – has been banned in Southern Nevada. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with local weather and water specialists concerning the steps being taken (or not) to deal with rising temperatures; and with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson concerning the lack of urgency he says is hampering humanity’s skill to counter this existential menace to our planet. 

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WORLD: How one Afghan household escaped the Taliban | Watch Video
When Afghanistan fell to the Taliban final year, Afghans who had helped the U.S. in the course of the battle had been focused for retaliation. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Elliot Ackerman, creator of “The Fifth Act: America’s End in Afghanistan,” who grew to become a part of a digital community of veterans working to get Afghans out, about their efforts to assist one Afghan and his household to security.

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Fifth Act,” on one American’s position in Afghanistan

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GARDENING: Nurturing the magic of hydrangeas (Video)
The massive, bountiful blooms generally known as hydrangeas are considerable on Cape Cod, and accessible in a whole lot of types. Correspondent Mo Rocca tiptoes by means of the hydrangeas, and talks with aficionados to study the secrets and techniques to rising these showy summer season shrubs. (This story was initially broadcast August 8, 2021.)

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BOOKS: Michael Mann on the prequel/sequel novel “Heat 2,” and going deep on the lifetime of cities | Watch Video
Michael Mann, the director behind such movies because the acclaimed Los Angeles heist drama “Heat” and the upcoming “Ferrari” (now in manufacturing in Italy), talks with correspondent Seth Doane about his fascination with cities, and his new novel, “Heat 2,” a prequel/sequel that interprets his cinematic obsessions to the printed web page.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Heat 2” by Michael Mann and Meg Gardiner

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with legendary sports activities broadcaster Vin Scully.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022

SPORTS: Picking up pickleball | Watch Video
In the summer season of 1965, searching for to maintain their bored youngsters entertained, some dads on Bainbridge Island, Washington, invented a sport utilizing a plastic ball, some wooden, and a badminton court docket. “Pickleball” was born. It has since change into the fastest-growing sport in America, with almost 5 million folks now taking part in the sport. Correspondent Luke Burbank appears at Pickleball lore, and takes a whack at taking part in in opposition to Pickleball Hall of Famer Jenn Lucore.

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HARTMAN: A story of lost and discovered (Video)
In 2006, Jason and Liz McKenry’s child – their cat, Ritz – bolted out the door of their Annapolis, Md., house constructing, and by no means returned. Their sliver of hope that they might see Ritz once more lasted for 16 years, till an automatic textual content message was acquired. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

MUSIC: Lionel Richie: A life written in tune | Watch Video
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, lead singer of the Commodores, solo artist, and “American Idol” decide was awarded the Library of Congress’ 2022 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song earlier this year. Lionel Richie talks with correspondent Kelefa Sanneh about rising up on the campus of Tuskegee University, in addition to his 50-year career – from opening for Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, to his solo success, and what the lyrics of “All Night Long” actually imply. (This story was initially broadcast May 15, 2022.)

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DRINK: Moxie, Maine’s homegrown delicate drink | Watch Video
Created within the Eighteen Eighties as Moxie Nerve Food (touted to treatment all the pieces from nervous exhaustion to lack of manhood), the delicate drink is well known right now by Mainers with a style for one thing apart from Coke, Pepsi or root beer. Correspondent Nancy Giles appears again at how Moxie’s advertising blitz created a sensation – and a plucky dictionary entry. 

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HEADLINES: Alex Jones judgment – The price of lies | Watch Video
On Friday a jury in Texas determined to punish Alex Jones for his on-air rants claiming that the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School taking pictures was a hoax. CBS News authorized analyst Rikki Klieman talks with correspondent Martha Teichner concerning the “whole world of trouble” Jones continues to face.

     
COMMENTARY: David Sedaris on Alaska, land of eagles and no neckties | Watch Video
Returning from “America’s Last Frontier,” the humorist says he gained an appreciation for a state the place folks provide you with issues (and not simply COVID). 

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NATURE: 
Black sea bass (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst black sea bass within the waters of La Jolla, California. Videographer: Lance Milbrand.


“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Gabby Giffords and artist Sean Scully
Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords sits down with Ben Tracy to speak about her recovery after being shot at a congressional marketing campaign occasion in 2011. Giffords and her husband, Sen. Mark Kelly, additionally focus on the brand new documentary, “Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down.” Then, Serena Alstschl travels to the Philadelphia Museum of Art to study Sean Scully’s masterpieces. 


RECAP: JULY 31

Host: Mo Rocca

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COVER STORY: The harsh actuality of artwork gathering — and forgery | Watch video
Art forgery — creating and promoting paintings falsely credited to well-known artists — is nearly as outdated as artwork itself. In 2011, an esteemed New York gallery closed its doorways after promoting $80 million price of faux artwork. Of course, authenticity is on the coronary heart of any paintings’s true worth. But, as correspondent Erin Moriarty exhibits us, generally the issue lies within the proof.

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TRAVEL: Going wild over wildflowers (Video)
For many individuals Crested Butte, Colorado is a winter wonderland, however in the course of the summers, there’s one other spectacular website that has folks heading for the hills: wondrous wildflowers. The blooms are so celebrated right here, there’s even an annual pageant. Mo Rocca visits this former mining city to study why it is the “wildflower capital” of Colorado.

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MONEY: Breaking down the U.S. financial system’s combined alerts | Watch video
Unemployment is down. Inflation is up. With the Federal Reserve Board once more elevating rates of interest this week, plus new indications we could possibly be in a recession, the financial system is in uncharted waters. And nobody appears sure about what’s subsequent or what to do. CBS News’ chief political analyst John Dickerson helps us add all of it up with the assistance of two specialists:  Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs, with the overview; and Michelle Singletary, a personal finance columnist for the Washington Post, with recommendation for all of us.

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MOVIES: Actor James Hong on his superb longevity (Jan. 23, 2022) | Watch video
Over almost seven a long time, James Hong has racked up extra movie and TV credit than nearly anybody. Even extra spectacular, the character actor did so whereas confronting demeaning stereotypes in Hollywood. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with the constantly-working 93-year-old Hong a couple of career that started with entertaining U.S. troops in the course of the Korean War, and prolonged to such treasured movies as “Chinatown” and “Big Trouble in Little China.” (This story was initially broadcast January 23, 2022.)

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BUSINESS: The Rolls Royce of fridges | Watch video
Can a kitchen equipment actually be an object of need? Well, this fridge simply may be the answer to some folks’s desires. National correspondent Rita Braver pays a go to to Sub-Zero, a Wisconsin residence equipment company that leaves its competitors out within the chilly.

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MUSIC: Liza Minnelli, the one and solely (Jan. 16, 2022) | Watch video
The EGOT-winning entertainer sits down with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley, and together with her good friend and accompanist Michael Feinstein, to speak a couple of life within the highlight; the affect of French singer Charles Aznavour on her Oscar-winning efficiency in “Cabaret”; and how, at 76, she nonetheless continues to honor the works of Gershwin – and the lifetime of her mom, Judy Garland. (This story was initially broadcast January 16, 2022.)

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POLITICS: Midterms lookahead (Video)

With the 2022 midterm elections simply 100 days away, CBS News’ chief election and marketing campaign correspondent Robert Costa lays out the alternatives and pitfalls every social gathering faces as campaigns for the House, Senate and statehouses method the ultimate stretch.

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ICE CREAM MONTH: A dessert made with… fish? | Watch video
On this final day of National Ice Cream month, correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti is serving up a really completely different type of ice cream deal with. It’s made up of pike fish, not precisely one thing you’ll look forward to finding in a dessert, nevertheless it’s a key ingredient in akutaq — also referred to as Eskimo ice cream. Like most conventional native Alaskan dishes, it options solely elements hunted and gathered.


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Steve Hartman proves the sky is the restrict (Video)
In April 2022, Steve Hartman related his blind nephew, Ted, to a blind drag racer who impressed the boy to dream greater. A pilot from Roosevelt, N.Y., noticed that story and provided to present flight to Ted’s dream. Hartman brings an replace. 


PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with novelist and screenwriter Aaron Latham and actors Paul Sorvino and Tony Dow.


NATURE: Jekyll Island’s reside oaks (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to the stately reside oaks of Jekyll Island, Georgia. Videographer: Alex Goetz.


RECAP: JULY 24

Host: Jane Pauley

WATCH THE FULL JULY 24 EPISODE!

COVER STORY: Welcome to the library of the twenty first century | Watch Video
No shushing right here! The trendy library is greater than only a repository of books. Correspondent Conor Knighton checks out how right now’s libraries are public areas designed to foster connections whereas maintaining tempo with technology and the wants of the neighborhood.

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ART: A glass orb treasure hunt on Block Island (Video)
Since 2012, guests have scoured Block Island, off the coast of Rhode Island, looking for hidden treasure: hand-blown glass orbs. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks to glass artists Eben Horton and Jennifer Nauck, who create the fragile prizes, and joins different “orbivores” (orb hunters) on the prowl. (Originally broadcast on February 6, 2022.)

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HEALTH: The unsung heroes of public well being | Watch Video
Workers on the frontlines of public well being have quite a bit on their plate, from eliminating illness, decreasing workplace accidents, and guaranteeing clear water and higher sanitation, to maintaining our meals suitable for eating. But a patchwork of reporting methods throughout the nation is not at all times efficient, and public well being officers – under-funded and short-staffed – face the added hazard of hate mail from the general public only for doing their job. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook studies on a “brain drain” that threatens our nation’s well being safety.

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ON STAGE: Sandy Duncan nonetheless has quite a bit to “crow” about | Watch Video
Entertainer Sandy Duncan danced in her first recital at age 5 in a tiny Texas oil city. She would go on to star in movies and on Broadway, incomes three Tony nominations (together with for the 1979 revival of “Peter Pan”) and two Emmy nominations (together with for her position within the landmark mini-series “Roots”). Not to say visitor starring with a gaggle of Muppets. Duncan, now 76, talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about attaining her best triumph after recovering from a brain tumor behind her left eye.

WEB EXTRA: Sandy Duncan on profitable a task from Agnes de Mille (Video)
In 1966 actress Sandy Duncan auditioned with choreographer Agnes de Mille for the New York City Center revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Carousel.” In this internet unique she talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about how she received the position.     

     
PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with pop artist Claes Oldenburg.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022

AUTOMOTIVE: The historical past of the “Popemobile” (Video)
From sedan chairs to a bullet-proof Ferrari, the transports utilized by pontiffs share a storied custom as wealthy as that of the Catholic Church. Correspondent Seth Doane visits the Vatican Museum’s Carriage Pavilion at Vatican City, the place numerous modes of “popemobile” relationship again centuries are on show. 

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COMMENTARY: “Don’t Look Up” director Adam McKay on the local weather disaster that is no joke | Watch Video
The velocity at which our local weather is reacting to man-made carbon emissions is going on a lot quicker than we thought doable. Academy Award-winning director Adam McKay, whose current satire “Don’t Look Up” attacked complacency within the face of apocalyptic hazard, says there are actions we should take now to take care of this existential menace. 

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BOOKS: Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen: Renegades | Watch Video
The former president and the singer-songwriter, longtime pals, have shared their tales in a podcast and a e book: “Renegades: Born in the USA.” Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen sit down with correspondent Anthony Mason to debate the affect of their fathers on their life’s work, and the shared narratives that drive the not-dissimilar fields of in style music and politics. (Originally broadcast on October 24, 2021.)

READ AN EXCERPT: “Renegades: Born in the USA”

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SPORTS: Two baseball greats lastly welcomed to Cooperstown | Watch Video
Two acknowledged giants of our nationwide pastime are being inducted this week into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.: Bud Fowler, the primary African-American participant in skilled baseball starting within the 1870s; and John Jordan “Buck” O’Neil Jr., a Negro Leagues participant and supervisor who later scouted and coached within the majors, and co-founded the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City. Correspondent Mark Whitaker studies on two legends being entered into the temple of baseball.

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SUNDAY JOURNAL: All the president’s apologists – Defending Trump by attacking the reality | Watch Video
CBS News’ John Dickerson says the previous president’s supporters, who’ve engaged in diversion, distraction and mendacity about witnesses on the January sixth committee hearings, demonstrated that they are okay with the previous president’s failure to guard the nation.

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NATURE: Zion National Park (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Zion National Park in Utah. Videographer: Brad Markel. 

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On the primary evening of their two-night stand in Chicago, Rage Against the Machine lead singer Zack de la Rocha – maybe forgetting he’s 31 years older than when the band first carried out collectively – jumped on stage on the United Center throughout “Bullet to the Head,” and harm his foot. He pushed by means of, sitting for the remainder of each exhibits moderately than cancelling. 

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GALLERY: Live music is again on stage 2022
Concerts are again on monitor, with rock, heavy metallic and nation artists returning to reside performances.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Author Delia Owens, Reese Witherspoon, and “Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibit (Video)
Author Delia Owens and Reese Witherspoon talks about adapting Owens’ novel “Where the Crawdads Sing” for the display screen. Also, Rita Braver visits the brand new “Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibit on the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. “


RECAP: JULY 17

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Gabby Giffords and her ongoing combat | Watch Video
When Arizona Congresswoman Gabby Giffords was shot within the head by a gunman in 2011, she started a path in direction of recovery that’s ongoing, as she struggles with a brain dysfunction generally known as aphasia. Her inconceivable and inspiring journey, as each a sufferer and an advocate for gun laws, is captured in a brand new documentary, “Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down.” Correspondent Ben Tracy talks with Giffords and her husband, Senator Mark Kelly, and with filmmakers Betsy West and Julie Cohen, about her resilience, her musicality, and her optimism that our nation’s plague of gun violence could be addressed.

To watch a trailer for “Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down” click on on the video participant beneath:


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ART: The geometry of abstraction by artist Sean Scully | Watch Video
Colorful grids and stripes woven collectively signify the signature fashion of the celebrated artist Sean Scully, who’s the topic of a career retrospective on the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Correspondent Serena Altschul talks with the 77-year-old Scully about his inspirations, from the post-impressionism of Van Gogh to the unique geometry of mosaics in Morocco.

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HEALTH: Studying the results of lengthy COVID | Watch Video
More than two years into the pandemic, researchers nonetheless have few solutions about why as many as 1-in-5 adults contaminated with COVID have skilled a symptom suggestive of long-term results. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook talks with medical doctors taking a look at methods to diagnose and deal with sufferers with long-COVID; and with sufferers who’re striving to get again to their pre-COVID well being.

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MUSIC: The B-52s: We “never set out to change people’s lives, but it happens that way” | Watch Video
Keith Strickland, Kate Pierson and Fred Schneider, together with brother and sister Ricky and Cindy Wilson, had been pals in Athens, Ga. Their passion – taking part in music collectively – exploded right into a career, because the band The B-52s. Since the late Seventies, the group has impressed such musicians as Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl.  But the dying of Ricky Wilson nearly ended the band for good.  Ahead of their farewell tour, the surviving members meet up with correspondent Kelefa Sanneh.  

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MEDAL OF HONOR: A Vietnam veteran’s epic poem of battle | Watch Video
Soldiers typically write memoirs about their time in fight. One Medal of Honor recipient, retired Green Beret John Duffy, has written an epic poem about one of many largest battles of the Vietnam War. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Duffy about “The Battle for ‘Charlie.'”

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with Monty Norman, composer of the long-lasting James Bond theme.     

FROM THE ARCHIVES: “First Ex” Ivana Trump (VIDEO)
Ivana Trump, the primary spouse of Donald Trump, died on Thursday. She was 73. In this interview broadcast on “Sunday Morning” on October 8, 2017, she talks with correspondent Jim Axelrod about her life earlier than and after she and her husband divorced; her ideas about Trump’s second and third wives, Marla Maples and Melania Trump; and different matters that she additionally addresses in her memoir, “Raising Trump.”

POSTCARD FROM JAPAN: This Tokyo café serves an antidote to author’s block | Watch Video
Procrastination shouldn’t be on the menu at Tokyo’s Manuscript Café, whose solely prospects are writers and creatives attempting to complete their books and different tasks by deadline, because of the mild nudging of the café’s proprietor and all of the espresso you’ll be able to drink. Correspondent Liz Palmer studies.

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MOVIES: Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward: “The Last Movie Stars” | Watch Video
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward had been that rarity: a happily-married Hollywood couple. But the story of their life collectively was partly delusion, as explored within the new HBO Max docuseries, “The Last Movie Stars.” Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with actor Ethan Hawke, the collection’ director, and with Paul and Joanne’s daughter, Clea Newman, about how the couple’s seemingly excellent life had its share of turbulence off-screen, and what made the couple’s stardom and marriage distinctive. 

To watch a trailer for “The Last Movie Stars” click on on the video participant beneath:


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HARTMAN: 
Kind hearts and open doorways (Video)
In January of final year, when Gean LeVar’s husband died of their Glendale, Arizona, residence, the home was in such horrible situation that police had been pressured to sentence it. Widowed and homeless in someday, LeVar was taken in by neighbors throughout the road, who “adopted” their new grandmother. Steve Hartman studies.

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BOOKS: Jason Reynolds on tales advised for, and by, younger readers | Watch Video
Jason Reynolds, the prolific and bestselling creator of younger folks’s literature, makes use of his personal childhood experiences to encourage youngsters to make use of their creativeness to inform their tales. “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley talks with the poet about writing tales, and the sophisticated conversations they’ll evoke.

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MILEPOST: 
An addition to the “Sunday Morning” household (Video)
We are completely satisfied to introduce the latest member of our “Sunday Morning” household: Rosabelle Darling Belton, born July 12, to “Sunday Morning” producer Robbyn Rose McFadden.

     
NATURE: Yosemite’s Vernal Falls (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Vernal Falls in California’s Yosemite National Park. Videographer: Lance Milbrand.      


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GALLERY: Live music is again on stage 2022
Concerts are again on monitor, with rock, heavy metallic and nation artists returning to reside performances.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Sen. Raphael Warnock and Henri Matisse’s “The Red Studio” (Video)
Senator and Reverend Raphael Warnock sits down with John Dickerson to debate his hope to be re-elected this fall. Also, Rita Braver visits a brand new set up on the Museum of Modern Art, that includes Henri Matisse’s portray “The Red Studio.”


RECAP: JULY 10

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: “Greedflation”: Is company profit-taking driving costs greater? | Watch Video
There are two commonly-accepted features of economics that decide costs: provide and demand. But some say a 3rd issue is firms’ pursuit of elevated earnings within the midst of supply-and-demand chaos stirred by battle and pandemic. Correspondent David Pogue talks with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, and economist Mike Konczal concerning the legitimacy of company avarice.

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MUSIC: The Hollywood Bowl – An icon celebrates 100 | Watch Video
Nestled in a canyon above Los Angeles, the Hollywood Bowl, an amphitheater the place such celebrated artists as Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles have carried out, has been the quintessential Southern California vacation spot for music followers. Correspondent Luke Burbank appears on the Bowl’s historical past and a century of music to recollect. 

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#METOO:  Ken Auletta on the autumn of Harvey Weinstein | Watch Video
Journalist Ken Auletta spent years investigating Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who would in the end be convicted for sexual abuse after quite a few allegations. CBS News correspondent Lesley Stahl talks with Auletta about his e book, “Hollywood Ending,” and the film business’s tradition of silence. Stahl additionally talks with former Weinstein assistant Rowena Chiu, who claims her boss tried to rape her.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Hollywood Ending: Harvey Weinstein and the Culture of Silence”

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ART: Art of the African diaspora | Watch Video
Works of artists from Africa, the Americas and the Caribbean from the seventeenth by means of twenty first centuries are on show in a brand new exhibition: “Afro-Atlantic Histories,” essentially the most complete have a look at the interaction of artwork between Africa and the Americas ever held on the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Correspondent Rita Braver pays a go to.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actor James Caan, an Oscar-nominee for his efficiency as Sonny Corleone in “The Godfather.”

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Straight discuss from James Caan
This week the Oscar-nominated actor famed for such classics as “The Godfather,” “Brian’s Song,” “Misery” and “Elf” died at age 82. In 2021 he talked with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022

      
HARTMAN: 
One upstanding canine (Video)
After dropping a leg in an accident, Dexter, a Brittany Spaniel in Ouray, Colorado, has shocked its proprietor by taking adaptive conduct to a complete ‘nother degree. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies on how Dexter’s upright locomotion has proved an inspiration.

POSTCARD FROM ITALY: A fountain of creativity for Americans in Rome (Video)
Sitting atop a hill overlooking Italy’s capital, the American Academy performs host to a variety of artists, composers, writers and students who collect on this distinctly Italian setting aimed toward stimulating creativity and collaboration. Correspondent Seth Doane explores the historical past of the Academy and finds out how Rome is inspiring the principally American fellows to foster new work and concepts.

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MOVIES: “Where the Crawdads Sing” – Bringing a bestselling phenomenon to the display screen | Watch Video
Delia Owens’ debut novel, which has spent 166 weeks on The New York Times bestseller checklist, was plucked from obscurity by Reese Witherspoon when the Hollywood star enthusiastically added the story of a Southern woman elevating herself within the marshes of North Carolina to her Hello Sunshine Book Club. Now she’s produced an adaptation of “Crawdads,” one of the crucial eagerly-anticipated motion pictures of the year. Owens and Witherspoon – two tomboys from the South who bonded nearly instantly – discuss with correspondent Lee Cowan.

To watch a trailer for “Where the Crawdads Sing” click on on the video participant beneath:


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COMMENTARY: ER physician on the aftermath of gun violence – on the physique, and the neighborhood | Watch Video
Dr. Megan Ranney, the dean of public well being at Brown University and an emergency room doctor, talks concerning the significance of treating gun violence the identical method we deal with different public well being crises – earlier than it lands folks within the ER.

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BOOKS: Dwayne Betts on residing a lifetime of second possibilities | Watch Video
At 16 Dwayne Betts was imprisoned for a carjacking. With time on his palms, he started writing. Now an completed poet, playwright and memoirist, in addition to an legal professional, he has additionally based a non-profit, Freedom Reads, that gives libraries to inmates. Correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with Betts about his mission after jail.

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THE BOOK REPORT: New summer season fiction and nonfiction | Watch Video
Washington Post e book critic Ron Charles provides his picks of latest titles.

READ AN EXCERPT: “Tracy Flick Can’t Win” by Tom Perrotta

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Latecomer” by Jean Hanff Korelitz

READ AN EXCERPT: “Trust” by Hernan Diaz

READ AN EXCERPT: “Rickey,” on the lifetime of baseball legend Rickey Henderson

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NATURE: Rainbow trout (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us swimming with rainbow trout at Missouri’s Roaring River State Park. Videographer: Scot Miller.     


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GALLERY: Live music is again on stage 2022
Concerts are again on monitor, with rock, heavy metallic and nation artists returning to reside performances.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov and Marcel the Shell (Video)
Dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov sits down with Anthony Mason to debate his position in “The Cherry Orchard” at Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York. He additionally voices his opinion on the continued battle in Ukraine. Also, David Pogue meets the creators of Marcel the Shell, an animated character who stars within the movie “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On.”


RECAP: JULY 3

Guest host: Lee Cowan

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COVER STORY: Welcome to a summer season of journey hell | Watch Video
After two years of the pandemic, airways are struggling to maintain up with pent-up demand, as employees shortages, canceled flights and dangerous climate make Summer 2022 a depressing time for air passengers. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave talks with aviation specialists and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about why the airline sector shouldn’t be meeting public expectations. 

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HISTORY: Heads of state – A stroll amongst large presidential busts | Watch Video
Dropped onto a swampy area in Croaker, Va., they’ve change into an unintended vacationer attraction: gigantic, decaying busts – some 20 ft tall, and weighing a number of tons every – of each U.S. president from George Washington to George W. Bush. Correspondent Rita Braver visits the enormous presidential sculptures which can be turning lots of people’s heads. 

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NEWS: Sherri Chessen on her 1962 abortion, and the destiny of Roe: “We can’t go back to willow sticks and knitting needles” | Watch Video
Years earlier than Roe v. Wade protected a girl’s proper to decide on, an Arizona mom of 4 confronted giving beginning to a baby with a congenital dysfunction after having taken thalidomide. With abortion unavailable to her, Sherri Chessen traveled to Sweden for the process, her each transfer adopted by a breathless media. Now 89, Chessen talks with CBS News correspondent Major Garrett about her selection (which she stated “any mother would do to save her own child from suffering”), and her perception that the Supreme Court’s ruling to overturn Roe is awakening “a great dose of anger” amongst girls.

NATURE: Remarkable friendships from the animal world | Watch Video
Correspondent Lesley Stahl visits Funny Farm Rescue, a not-for-profit New Jersey sanctuary for retired, abused or uncared for animals, the place interspecies friendships are fashioned and predators change into buddies.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with artist Margaret Keane, recognized for her work of youngsters with “big eyes.”

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022
     

VETERANS: Remembering WWII Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams | Watch Video
During the Battle of Iwo Jima, within the face of highly effective enemy resistance, Marine Cpl. Hershel “Woody” Williams succeeded in destroying a number of heavily-defended machine-gun pillboxes, and was awarded the Medal of Honor. But his service to his nation, and his gallantry, didn’t finish there. In this “Sunday Morning” profile that initially aired on May 30, 2021, Williams (who died on June 29 on the age of 98) talked with CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin about his efforts for Gold Star households. 

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HARTMAN: A primary birthday (Video)
Abraham and his brother, James, discovered their method from a Sierra Leone orphanage to their new household exterior Charlotte, North Carolina, and have been wide-eyed with surprise ever since. But 12-year-old Abraham says his first birthday in America means rather more. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

MUSIC: The Doobie Brothers: “These are the better days” | Watch Video
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famers, who’ve been taking part in collectively for greater than half a century, do not let outdated resentments get in the best way of a brand new album and tour. Correspondent Jim Axelrod talks with members of The Doobie Brothers – Michael McDonald, Tom Johnston, Patrick Simmons and John McFee – concerning the band’s longevity, and about their first studio album in additional than a decade, “Liberté.” (This story was initially broadcast on October 3, 2021.)

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SCIENCE: “Engine Trouble”: How greenhouse gases threaten our world (Video)
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Thursday limiting the Environmental Protection Agency’s skill to strictly regulate greenhouse fuel emissions from energy vegetation makes the hassle to counter local weather change rather more tough. In this “CBS Sunday Morning” video essay, author and narrator Robert Krulwich explains why rising ranges of carbon dioxide in our air for the reason that starting of the Industrial Revolution pose an existential menace to us and our planet. Based on the work of Aatish Bhatia. Animation directed and designed by Nate Milton. Music by Buck St. Thomas.

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  • “Engine Trouble,” supported by “This American Life”
  • Written and narrated by Robert Krulwich, primarily based on the work of Aatish Bhatia
  • Animation directed and designed by Nate Milton
  • Music by Buck St. Thomas

COMMENTARY: Douglas Brinkley: Let us have a good time patriots who put nation over social gathering | Watch Video
With Independence Day upon us, the presidential historian says truth-tellers are what guard our Constitution, as demonstrated by January 6 Committee vice chair Liz Cheney, and former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, whose testimony this week talking out in opposition to fellow Republicans’ actions in the course of the rebel helps defend our nation from the enemies of democracy.

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NATURE: Red wolves (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst pink wolves, a critically endangered species, close to Pamlico Sound in jap North Carolina. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.      

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Professor and creator Ibram X. Kendi and artist Romero Britto (Video)
Professor and creator Ibram X. Kendi sits down with Nancy Giles to debate the significance of being anti-racist. Also, Faith Salie talks with artist Romero Britto about his unbelievable artworks.


RECAP: JUNE 26

Guest host: Lee Cowan

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COVER STORY: How Supreme Court conservatives are reshaping Americans’ rights | Watch Video
In overturning its landmark resolution in Roe v. Wade on Friday, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court has eliminated federal constitutional protections for girls and turned the question of abortion rights over to state legislatures, precipitating bans on the process in lots of Republican-led states. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford talks with regulation specialists who say the conservative authorized motion’s decades-long battle to upend the precise to privateness underpinning Roe won’t cease with abortion; and with an anti-abortion rights advocate who believes banning abortion will profit girls.

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ART: A real duck dynasty: Wildlife artists Jim, Robert and Joe Hautman | Watch Video
For his work of waterfowl, artist Jim Hautman has received the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s annual duck stamp contest a file six instances. Close behind are his brothers, Joe Hautman (five-time winner) and Robert Hautman (three-time winner). Correspondent Conor Knighton talked to the self-taught artists concerning the siblings’ creative rivalry.

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MUSIC: Toto on the numerous lives of “Africa” | Watch Video
Since 1982 the tune “Africa” has change into a worldwide sensation – certainly one of a string of hits that Toto has had during the last 40+ years. The band’s founding members Steve Lukather and David Paich, together with longtime singer Joseph Williams – severe musicians who do not take themselves too significantly – discuss with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz a couple of tune that was nearly dropped, and how Toto has continued to carry the road and provide the love.

To watch the official music video of “Africa” (as a result of you’ll be able to’t hear the tune too many instances), click on on the participant beneath:


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VIDEO: “Recess Therapy,” the place little youngsters answer massive questions (Video)
What is on the minds of youngsters ages 2-8? Armed with a microphone, Julian Shapiro Barnum finds out in his viral on-line collection “Recess Therapy,” during which youngsters focus on such weighty points as local weather change, money, and peeing in your pants. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with Shapiro Barnum about why youngsters nonetheless say the darndest issues.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with James Rado, co-creator of the Broadway musical “Hair.” 

DYI: Restoring a cruise ship with a storied previous | Watch Video
Built within the Nineteen Fifties to hold vacationers on day journeys from the German port of Hamburg, the cruise ship appeared certain for the scrap heap, till Chris Willson discovered the Aurora on the market on Craigslist. Today, his 293-foot ship (which as soon as performed a Bond villain’s yacht) is parked in Stockton, Calif., surrounded by blueberry fields, and is being rigorously restored. Correspondent Luke Burbank studies.

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ART: Recreating Matisse’s “Red Studio” | Watch Video
Henri Matisse’s landmark portray “The Red Studio” documented the artworks displayed in his workspace simply exterior Paris because it existed in 1911. For the primary time since then, nearly all the person items depicted in his portray have been reunited for an set up at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Correspondent Rita Braver studies.

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SUNDAY’S BEST: The cool energy of Peggy Lee | Watch Video
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Peggy Lee (1920-2002), recognized for such hits as “Fever” and “Is That All There Is,” demonstrated an alluring command over an viewers together with her sultry voice and exact stagecraft. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with biographer Peter Richmond and with Lee’s granddaughter, Holly Foster-Wells, concerning the singer’s artistry, and her rise from a painful childhood in North Dakota, to turning into a number one author and vocalist of jazz, pop and torch songs. (This story was initially broadcast on February 6, 2022.)

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ARCHITECTURE: The whimsical, residing structure of Tulum, Mexico | Watch Video
In Tulum, Mexico, the self-taught architect Roth created one of many space’s hottest resorts, the Azulik, and a close-by artists’ neighborhood, which had been designed to include the evolving pure world. Correspondent Manuel Bojorquez takes “Sunday Morning” on a tour.

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HEADLINES: E-cigarettes, gun laws, and Surfside anniversary (Video)
Host Lee Cowan recaps a number of the week’s developments, together with an FDA order involving Juul e-cigarettes; the primary main Federal gun laws for the reason that Nineties, signed by President Joe Biden; and the one-year anniversary of a constructing collapse in Surfside, Fla., that killed 98 folks.

        
COMMENTARY: A court docket’s resolution, and when a proper turns into against the law | Watch Video
Columbia Law professor Carol Sanger says the Supreme Court’s resolution in Dobbs, which nullifies the precedent of Roe v. Wade, means girls now face the approaching elimination of a longtime proper, bearing on essentially the most intimate features of household life – and face a brand new period of woman-shaming.

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NATURE: Texas birdlife (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst hummingbirds and songbirds within the Texas Hill Country. Videographer: Scot Miller.       

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Journalist and creator Katy Tur and artist Joan Mitchell (Video)
Journalist and creator Katy Tur sits down with Tracy Smith to debate her upbringing and her new memoir, “Rough Draft.” Also, a brand new exhibition on the Baltimore Museum of Art celebrates the lifetime of summary artist Joan Mitchell.


RECAP: JUNE 19

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: Juneteenth: America’s second Independence Day | Watch Video
On June 19, 1865, greater than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, Union Gen. Gordon Granger introduced in Galveston that each one enslaved folks in Texas had been now free. The day would change into commemorated as Juneteenth, however for the now-free African Americans, the longer term was unsure. CBS News’ Mark Whitaker takes a personal journey to Jewett, Texas, the place his great-grandfather grew to become a free man, and meets with family for whom Juneteenth has taken on a particular that means.

MEDICINE: The COVID frontlines: How NYC medical doctors confronted the outbreak | Watch Video
The employees at an elite ICU in New York City had seen many emergencies, however nothing near the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020. CBS News’ Lesley Stahl sits down with medical doctors from New York-Presbyterian/Weill-Cornell Hospital, and with journalist Marie Brenner, creator of “The Desperate Hours,” to tug again the curtain on the interior lives, struggles and triumphs of medical doctors who had been residing in what felt like a battle zone.

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MOVIES: Meet Marcel, a tiny shell – and now a giant film star | Watch Video
When comedian-actor Jenny Slate and filmmaker Dean Fleischer-Camp created the voice of a tiny animated character – a seashell with a googly eye, footwear, and a profitable character – they might not predict that their quirky brief movies would change into viral hits on-line, nor that the one-inch-tall shell would star in a feature-length film, the heartwarming journey “Marcel the Shell With Shoes On.” Correspondent David Pogue talks with Slate and Fleischer-Camp about Marcel’s candy, humorous quest to seek out his household; and with “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl, who performs herself within the movie.

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MUSIC: A.J. Croce on reconnecting along with his father, Jim Croce | Watch Video
The singer-songwriter lost his dad in a aircraft crash earlier than he turned two, quickly lost his sight when he was 4, and lost his spouse to a coronary heart situation. Now 50, musician and songwriter A.J. Croce is popping to the music that his father, Jim Croce, had made well-known, and within the course of is embracing his father’s legacy – and his personal. Correspondent Jim Axelrod studies.

     
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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with political commentator and columnist Mark Shields.

OBITUARY: Scenic designer Victor Paganuzzi, creator of iconic “Sunday Morning” set, dies at 90
His almost 50-year career at CBS ran the gamut from “Jackie Gleason” and cleaning soap operas, to information broadcasts, elections, inaugurations – and a well-recognized morning program.

ARCHIVES: From 2011: “Sunday Morning” set designer Victor Paganuzzi (Video)

SPORTS: A sports activities bar of their very own | Watch Video
Jenny Nguyen discovered it tough to observe girls’s sports activities at sports activities bars, which predominantly showcase broadcasts of males’s video games. So, she based the Sports Bra, a watering gap in Portland, Ore., and the primary one in America that completely exhibits girls’s sports activities on all its TVs. Correspondent Luke Burbank studies.

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HARTMAN: One graduate’s lofty aim (Video)
After 18-year-old Jake Thibeault was paralyzed in a hockey sport, he made a unprecedented prediction to the pinnacle of faculty at Milton Academy exterior Boston: that he would stroll at commencement. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies on how a scholar schooled others on setting objectives.

STAGE: Mikhail Baryshnikov on “The Orchard” and Putin’s battle | Watch Video
At the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York City, dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov stars in an adaptation of Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” a narrative whose themes of loss and freedom echo with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. He talks with correspondent Anthony Mason concerning the manufacturing, and how the dancer, who has remained largely non-political since his 1974 defection from the Soviet Union, says he can not keep silent on what he calls Putin’s battle.

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SCIENCE: “Meet the Fossils”: Ancient life that powers our world (Video)
When we burn fossil fuels to energy our houses and vehicles, we’re burning the stays of historic life – vegetation and animals that had been reworked over tens of millions of years into coal or oil. And we’re utilizing up that useful resource at a fast rate. Writer and narrator Robert Krulwich explains how, on this “CBS Sunday Morning” video essay, primarily based on the work of Aatish Bhatia. Animation directed and designed by Nate Milton. Music by Buck St. Thomas.

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  • Music by Buck St. Thomas

U.S.: San Francisco Mayor London Breed on town’s challenges | Watch Video
Four years in the past, London Breed, who grew up in poverty in San Francisco, grew to become mayor. Since then, she has been pressured to deal with town’s issues of homelessness and rising property crimes, points which have pissed off residents and vacationers, and which can be making this famously liberal metropolis rather less tolerant. Correspondent John Blackstone talks with Breed about meeting town’s myriad challenges.

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NATURE: Stingrays (Extended Video)
We journey this morning to the waters off the island of St. Croix. Videographer: National Geographic Explorer, ocean activist and longtime good friend of “Sunday Morning” Ziggy Livnat, who handed away this week.       

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MOVIES: 2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights to observe in theaters or at residence
More than 100 fiction and non-fiction options will unspool on the New York City pageant, with many accessible for residence viewing by means of June 26 by way of the Tribeca At Home platform. Check out some selection picks.

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actor Jeff Bridges and McDonald’s ice cream machines (Video)

Tony Dokoupil sits down with comic Michael Che to speak about “Saturday Night Live” and his love for stand-up comedy. Also, Faith Salie heads to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to view the coat President Lincoln wore when he was assassinated. 


RECAP: JUNE 12

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: Watergate at 50: The political scandal that modified Washington | Watch Video
Fifty years after the break-in on the Democratic National Committee headquarters at Washington’s Watergate advanced, we’re nonetheless piecing collectively the story of against the law, and a coverup, that introduced down a presidency. CBS News’ Robert Costa talks with journalist Garrett Graff, creator of “Watergate: A New History,” about what we’re nonetheless studying of a political tragedy, and in what methods the unfolding scandal has formed Washington right now. 

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FLAG DAY: A grand outdated flag maker | Watch Video
Since 1847, Annin and Company has been the oldest and largest flag producer within the U.S., churning out tens of 1000’s of Star-Spangled Banners a day. “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley studies.

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POLITICS: Sen. Reverend Raphael Warnock: The preacher and the politician | Watch Video
The Georgia Democrat, who’s each pastor on the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta and a U.S. Senator in Washington, talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson concerning the classes realized from his father; utilizing politics as a instrument for progressive change; and how – dealing with reelection this fall – he seeks to persuade Georgians to proceed to have religion.

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TV: Creating “Evil,” with laughs | Watch Video
Having created two hit collection, “The Good Wife” and its spinoff, “The Good Fight,” married producers Robert and Michelle King have give you one thing extra sinister: the critically-acclaimed “Evil,” that includes scary tales laced with absurdity and humor concerning the presence of evil in mundane settings. The Kings discuss with correspondent Serena Altschul about their non secular backgrounds, and about making a present described as a cross between “The X Files” and “Ghostbusters.”

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with Jim Seals, half of the ’70s soft-rock duo Seals & Crofts.

BOOKS: Katy Tur writes “Rough Draft” of her household story | Watch Video
As a baby, broadcaster Katy Tur would typically fly in her dad and mom’ helicopter whereas her mother and pilot dad helped report information from above Los Angeles. But she says life together with her demanding father was typically given to suits of rage. As she writes in her new memoir, “Rough Draft,” Tur tells the story of her dad and mom, and a couple of dramatic change that got here as a shock to her. Correspondent Tracy Smith studies.

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HARTMAN: A younger baseball fan’s excellent pitch (Video)
Eleven-year-old Ellee Dowdy, from Amherst, Virginia, eats, sleeps and talks baseball. But she did not know women may pursue a broadcasting career doing play-by-play till she listened to a Baltimore Orioles sport referred to as by announcer Melanie Newman – a part of the primary all-female broadcast crew in historical past final year. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies on what occurred when a younger woman reached out to a pioneer. 

TV: Taylor Sheridan, the artistic cowboy behind “Yellowstone” | Watch Video
Called one of the crucial vital western writers in a long time, Taylor Sheridan created the hit TV collection “Yellowstone” and its prequel, “1883” (together with the prequel’s upcoming sequel, “1932”). Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Sheridan (who’s as cowboy as they arrive), and with “Yellowstone” star Kevin Costner, a couple of return of the drama of the west.

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ART: The intense lifetime of summary expressionist Joan Mitchell | Watch Video
During her lifetime artist Joan Mitchell (1925–1992) wasn’t as celebrated as her male friends. But as evidenced in a brand new exhibition on the Baltimore Museum of Art, the summary expressionist created startlingly colourful and lyrical works that mirror the depth of a life lived on her personal phrases. Correspondent Rita Braver studies.

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BOOKS: Ibram X. Kendi on the significance of being antiracist | Watch Video
The professor and creator of the bestselling “How to Be an Antiracist,” Ibram X. Kendi, talks with correspondent Nancy Giles about confronting the hazards of racism; defending younger folks from dangerous concepts; and the parenting values behind his new books, “How to Raise an Antiracist” and the youngsters’s image e book, “Goodnight Racism.”

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MILESTONE: Farewell to “Sunday Morning” director Nora Gerard (Video)
The total “Sunday Morning” household says goodbye this week to our longtime director, Nora Gerard, who has made our program shine – sunny skies or stormy climate – for eleven years. And as her virtuoso efficiency attracts to a detailed, we ship alongside applause, gratitude, and our heartfelt greatest needs. 

       
NATURE: Horses on the Outer Banks (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” leaves us with wild horses alongside the Outer Banks close to Corolla, North Carolina. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.       

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MOVIES: 2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights to observe in theaters or at residence
More than 100 fiction and non-fiction options will unspool on the New York City pageant, with many accessible for residence viewing by means of June 26 by way of the Tribeca At Home platform. Check out some selection picks.

2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights (Part 2)

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Comedian Michael Che and Lincoln’s coat (Video)
Tony Dokoupil sits down with comic Michael Che to speak about “Saturday Night Live” and his love for stand-up comedy. Also, Faith Salie heads to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to view the coat President Lincoln wore when he was assassinated. 


RECAP: JUNE 5

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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HEADLINES: Pomp and circumstance on the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee | Watch Video
Correspondent Mark Phillips studies on the weekend’s festivities as Britain honors the beloved 96-year-old monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.

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EXHIBIT: Beatles exhibit captures the magic behind the music | Watch Video
A Beatles exhibition on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, that includes one-of-a-kind artifacts and devices, explores the creation of a few of pop’s most indelible songs, in the course of the interval main as much as the band’s breakup. “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley studies.

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HEADLINES: Russia’s invasion after 100 days: Ukraine continues to combat again | Watch Video
The battle for Ukraine has changed into a slugfest of dueling artillery, with heavy losses by each Russian and Ukrainian forces. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with retired Gen. David Petraeus, and with American veteran volunteer Mark Hayward, about management on the bottom and the Ukrainian offensive to retake Russian-occupied territory.

SPORTS: Baseball that is gone bananas (Video)
There’s no crying in baseball, however there are a variety of laughs, when the Savannah Bananas convey their circus antics to the ballpark. The Georgia-based Coastal Plain League staff has attracted tens of millions of followers with their TikTookay movies, which present batters on stilts or gamers in kilts. Correspondent Kris Van Cleave checks out the playful play-by-play.

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NEWS: Rep. Liz Cheney describes Jan. 6 “conspiracy” as “extremely broad … well-organized” | Watch Video
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, certainly one of two Republicans on the House Select Committee investigating the January 6 rebel and its try to overturn Donald Trump’s election loss, talks with CBS News’ Robert Costa about what the upcoming hearings will divulge to the American folks concerning the menace to democracy. She additionally says there’s a GOP “cult of personality” round Trump, and that there are too many individuals within the Republican Party “who are not taking their responsibilities seriously.”

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with Ann Turner Cook, who in 1931 grew to become world well-known as the primary “Gerber Baby.”

BROADWAY: Playwright Michael R. Jackson on “A Strange Loop” | Watch Video
The musical nominated for 11 Tony Awards options an unlikely protagonist: A younger, queer Black man working as an usher in a Broadway theater, writing a musical a couple of younger, queer Black man working as an usher in a Broadway theater. The present’s author and composer, Michael R. Jackson, talks with correspondent Rita Braver about mining his personal life for a story of change and self-acceptance.

Don’t miss the seventy fifth annual Tony Awards, broadcast on CBS and Paramount+ reside on June 12!

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HARTMAN: An Afghan household reunion years within the making (Video)
Six years in the past correspondent Steve Hartman first met Baset Azizi, a musician from Afghanistan, who fled to the U.S. as an adolescent. Since then, Azizi has interned on Capitol Hill, and graduated from school with honors. All that point, his household was again in Afghanistan, till they fled following the autumn of Kabul. Finally, just some weeks in the past, Azizi’s household arrived within the U.S. for an emotional reunion.

SUNDAY PROFILE: Jeff Bridges on surviving most cancers and COVID | Watch Video
The Oscar-winning actor, who’d led a seemingly charmed life because the star of such hits as “Crazy Heart” and “The Big Lebowski,” talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about his terrifying well being crises – from his prognosis for lymphoma, to spending 5 weeks within the hospital with COVID-19 contracted whereas present process chemo – and how he emerged with a higher feeling of connection. 

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FAST FOOD: A repair for McDonald’s soft-serve machines? | Watch Video
As damaged McDonald’s soft-serve ice-cream machines grew to become a nationwide punchline, tech startup Kytch developed a tool that helped McDonald’s franchisees get their machines again on-line. And that is when the combat over soft-serve started to essentially warmth up. Correspondent David Pogue has the story of how McDonald’s ice cream machines grew to become the middle of a multi-million-dollar lawsuit.

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SCIENCE: “Oceans Give, Oceans Take”: Their position in local weather change (Video)
As greenhouse gases heat the Earth, our oceans play a big position in absorbing warmth that helps regulate rising temperatures. But as author and narrator Robert Krulwich explains, there’s a large worth to pay for heating the oceans. He explains why on this first of a collection of “CBS Sunday Morning” video essays, primarily based on the work of Aatish Bhatia. Animation directed and designed by Nate Milton. Music by Buck St. Thomas.

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COMMENTARY: January 6 hearings: Can our Union survive? | Watch Video
Never earlier than had a U.S. president pushed to overturn an election. The Select Committee hearings into the violent assault on Congress by Trump supporters, and concerning the ongoing wrestle between the need of the voters and election deniers, could decide whether or not forces of democracy or of chaos prevail. CBS News’ John Dickerson studies.

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NATURE: Loons in Massachusetts (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” leaves us with the decision of the loons on a lake in Hubbardston, Massachusetts. Videographer: Doug Jensen.       

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: “POTUS” on Broadway and doughnut outlets (Video)
Rita Braver sits down with the cast of the Broadway play “POTUS.” Also, Elaine Quijano explores the roughly 80% of doughnut outlets in Southern California which can be owned by Cambodian refugee households.


RECAP: MAY 29

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: Protecting our nationwide parks from overcrowding | Watch Video
Over the previous decade, the variety of guests to our nationwide parks has elevated 34%, forcing many parks to require reservations, timed entry passes, and shuttle buses with a view to restrict crowds and site visitors. This Memorial Day Weekend (one of many busiest weekends of the year), correspondent Conor Knighton appears at how a few of our nationwide parks are coping with turning into too in style.

EXTRA: National Parks with timed-entry allow insurance policies

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GUNS: Sandy Hook taking pictures: The unprecedented $73M settlement with gunmaker Remington | Watch Video
Francine and David Wheeler, whose son Ben was among the many 26 college students, lecturers and employees killed within the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School taking pictures in Newtown, Conn., are certainly one of 9 households who completed the unthinkable: they sued Remington Arms, which just lately settled the lawsuit for $73 million, the biggest payout by a gun company to victims of a mass taking pictures. Correspondent Tracy Smith appears on the authorized technique used in opposition to an business that was seen by many as protected against legal responsibility over gun violence.

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HEADLINES: Texas faculty taking pictures – Grief, vigils and outrage (Video)
As town of Uvalde, Texas mourns the 19 youngsters and two lecturers who had been murdered final Tuesday, days of false and conflicting statements by authorities lastly gave technique to an admission that regulation enforcement failed to reply quickly to the shooter. In Houston, some politicians backed out of the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting, as protesters chanted exterior. Correspondent Omar Villafranca studies. 

ART: Miami is artist Romero Britto’s canvas (Video)
Miami’s sidewalks and skyline glitter with the smile-evoking imagery of Brazilian-born artist Romero Britto, whose vivid pop-art fashion has embellished metropolis autos, hospitals, parking meters, even lottery tickets. Correspondent Faith Salie talks with Britto, who first got here to public consideration by way of a vodka advert, and whose colourful creations have made it to the Super Bowl, the World Cup, and the Olympics.

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U.S.: After the Camp Fire: Rebuilding Paradise | Watch Video
In America almost 50 million houses are in areas which can be susceptible to wildfires. But residents of Paradise, Calif., who lost their houses to the devastating Camp Fire in 2018, should not giving up. Correspondent Ben Tracy appears at how the neighborhood is being reborn, utilizing constructing supplies which can be designed to not burn.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actor Ray Liotta, remembered for the movies “Field of Dreams” and “Goodfellas.”


HARTMAN: A Memorial Day custom: Taps Across America (Video)
On Memorial Day, at 3 p.m. native time, musicians throughout the nation will take part as soon as once more in a brand new custom, honoring America’s fallen heroes with the taking part in of “Taps.” Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

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WORLD: What can Australia’s response to a mass taking pictures train us about weapons and gun management? | Watch Video
In 1996, simply 12 days after 35 folks had been killed in a mass taking pictures in Port Arthur, Tasmania, the federal government of Australia enacted strict gun management laws, together with a ban on the sale and import of all automated and semi-automatic rifles and shotguns, and a gun buyback program. Since then, there have been just one mass taking pictures in Australia, and gun homicides decreased almost 60 %.  Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Australian politicians, and with a sufferer and gunowner, concerning the sweeping modifications. (This story was beforehand broadcast on March 13, 2016.)

MOVIES: Long reside the King! “Elvis” lives | Watch Video
In director Baz Luhrmann’s epic musical biopic, Austin Butler brings Elvis Presley to life, from younger rock idol to film star to Vegas lounge act. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Butler about turning into a popular culture icon; and with Luhrmann about how Elvis’ in the end tragic life nonetheless holds enduring enchantment. 

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INTERVIEW: Angela Davis on her revolutionary causes | Watch Video
The activist, professor and author has spent greater than 5 a long time advocating in opposition to oppression, white supremacy and police violence. Five a long time after she was tried and acquitted on conspiracy, kidnapping and homicide expenses, Angela Davis is advocating for the abolishment of prisons. She talks with correspondent Lilia Luciano about increasing the probabilities for social change.

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COMMENTARY: “Who will go for us?” Memorial Day, and honoring those that gave all | Watch Video
USAF Chief of Staff Gen. C.Q. Brown, Jr. on honoring the sacrifices of U.S. service males and girls who died defending the freedoms all of us get pleasure from.

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NATURE: Arlington National Cemetery (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Arlington National Cemetery, the place on this Memorial Day weekend members of the third U.S. Infantry Regiment have positioned greater than 200,000 flags at graves of the fallen. Videographer: Brian Fuss.

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MOVIES: Colin Cantwell, designer of “Star Wars” spaceships and Death Star, dies at 90
The artist’s idea sketches and prototype fashions for the X-Wing, TIE fighters and the Star Destroyer, in addition to the Empire’s “ultimate weapon,” helped set the aesthetic for George Lucas’ space epic.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: The Marvel Universe and Challenging Puzzles (Video)
Author Douglas Wolk explains the depth of the Marvel Universe to Luke Burbank. Also, Martha Teichner meets creator and puzzle knowledgeable A.J. Jacobs, who illustrates his curiosity for puzzles. 


RECAP: MAY 22 “BY DESIGN”

Jane Pauley hosts our annual design present, introduced from Santa Barbara, a California city generally known as the American Riviera.

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BY DESIGN: Montecito’s El Fureidis, a Gilded Age treasure in Santa Barbara | Watch Video
Built in 1906 within the Montecito Hills above Santa Barbara, Calif., El Fureidis, the Mediterranean-inspired residence of actual property tycoon James Waldron Gillespie, is an oasis of tranquility and class, in a lush 10-acre property. Jane Pauley takes us inside.

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COVER STORY: Self-tracking your well being knowledge | Watch Video
Experts say units like smartwatches that regularly monitor your well being knowledge may provide you with early warning about medical issues earlier than a physician may. Correspondent David Pogue appears at how self-tracking knowledge could someday assist detect situations like infectious illnesses, kind II diabetes, coronary heart situations and even most cancers.

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BY DESIGN: A historical past of Santa Barbara | Watch Video
The metropolis on California’s southern coast would evolve dramatically over the course of 4 centuries, from the house of Chumash Indians to a Spanish settlement and mission, to an oceanfront jewel whose structure and life-style have change into the epitome of the California Dream. Jane Pauley takes a stroll by means of the historical past of the “American Riviera.”

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ART: Land artist Jon Foreman, whose canvas is a seaside (Video)
Artist Jon Foreman finds inspiration in nature and a receding tide, utilizing rocks that he finds or raking and combing the seashores of Wales into spectacular designs which can be destined to be washed away. Correspondent Seth Doane studies on the gorgeous artwork that’s hardly timeless.

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #1: The one instrument your kitchen cannot do with out | Watch Video
Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Epicurious senior editor Emily Johnson concerning the historical past of the kitchen gadget that’s indispensable – the can opener.

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INTERIOR DESIGN: Designing plant partitions for residence and office | Watch Video
“Green walls” are alive with vegetation that convey colour and oxygen indoors. Correspondent Kelefa Sanneh talks with Stacy Coleman, proprietor of Plant Wall Design, the New York-based company that builds and maintains residing partitions.  

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AGRICULTURE: Vertical farms: A rising type of agriculture | Watch Video
In downtown Jackson, Wyoming, a small plot of land, 30 by 150 ft, produces 100,000 kilos of produce a year, because of a farm that soars within the air. Correspondent Martha Teichner appears on the rising business of locally-sourced vertical farms for city communities. 

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SPORT DESIGN: The evolution of surfboards | Watch Video
Originally a sport of Hawaiian royalty, browsing was taken to the following degree as soon as surfboard designers began making boards shorter and lighter. Correspondent Tracy Smith appears at how design, paired with the right wave, propelled the game into the favored tradition.  

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BY DESIGN: Inside Bellosguardo, a reclusive heiress’ historic residence | Watch Video
Built within the Thirties, excessive above the Santa Barbara coast, the mansion generally known as Bellosguardo was the summer season residence of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, who instructed her employees to by no means change a factor – and they did not. Jane Pauley pays a go to to a fabled residence constructed from a Gilded Age fortune, which is able to open its doorways to public excursions for the primary time later this year. 

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INTERIOR DESIGN: The artwork of wallpaper (Video)
Heidi and Christian Batteau are the husband-and-wife duo behind Assemblage, which creates bespoke, handmade wallpaper utilizing historic Italian strategies. Correspondent Nancy Giles appears into the historical past of wallpaper, and talks with inside designer Sheila Bridges about bringing extra variety to the partitions – and ceilings – of a twenty first century residence.

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MUSIC: Kenny Loggins on savoring the moments | Watch Video
Even at 74, Kenny Loggins’ voice sounds as youthful as his songs, which have a behavior of creating us really feel younger, too. The singer talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about touring; the mudslides that struck his neighborhood in Montecito, Calif.; his new memoir, “Still Alright”; his songwriting collaborations with artists like Michael McDonald; and how being a father affected his music.

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WORK FROM HOME: Martha Stewart on spring cleansing your property office space | Watch Video
After two-and-a-half years of working from residence, your office-away-from-office can do with some refreshing. Multimedia life-style entrepreneur Martha Stewart provides some organizing suggestions.

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #2: The magnificence that’s the paper clip | Watch Video
Collector and creator James Ward is obsessed about one of the crucial utilitarian units we all know: the standard paper clip. But paper clips are extra than simply tiny wire sculptures that stick papers collectively; they’re, Ward tells correspondent Susan Spencer, miniature items of artwork.

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FASHION: Thrift buying: Making trend extra sustainable (Video)
Secondhand buying, also referred to as upcycling, is certainly one of trend’s fastest-growing tendencies. Correspondent Serena Altschul appears at how getting new use from undesirable garments is turning into a $35 billion market.

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ARCHITECTURE: Home candy residence, comprised of delivery containers | Watch Video
In 2016 Zack and Brie Smithey constructed their dream residence in St. Charles, Missouri: a 3 bed room, two-and-a-half tub, 3,000 sq. ft., two-story structure made out of eight delivery containers. Now, they’re serving to different folks build container houses. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with householders who refuse to be boxed into conventional notions of residence building. 

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TRIPTYCH OF HOUSEHOLD DESIGN #3: The scoop on ice cream | Watch Video
Correspondent Susan Spencer visits the Museum of Ice Cream in New York City to seek out out why a perfectly-shaped ball of ice cream is one of the best ways to benefit from the deal with, because of the invention of the ice cream scoop, dreamed up by African-American businessman and inventor Alfred Cralle again in 1897.

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NATURE: California Coast (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us alongside the California coast, the place birds – and not simply surfers – benefit from the waves. Videographer: Luke Thomas. 

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MOVIES: Abortion, Russia amongst documentary matters of Human Rights Watch Film Festival
10 movies, together with discussions that includes filmmakers and activists, will likely be introduced May 20-26, each in-person in New York City and nationwide by way of streaming.

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actresses Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda and Crystal Bridges Museum
Actresses Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda sit down with Tracy Smith to debate “Grace and Frankie,” getting older and the significance of feminine friendships. Also, Martha Teichner visits Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas, opened by Alice Walton.


RECAP: MAY 15

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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HEADLINES: Man arrested in Buffalo mass taking pictures that killed 10 (Video)
It was a busy Saturday afternoon at Tops Supermarket in Buffalo, N.Y., in a predominantly Black neighborhood, when a gunman began firing, his weapon’s barrel bearing a racist message. Ten folks had been killed, and one other three wounded, earlier than an 18-year-old white man carrying physique armor was arrested, for what was the deadliest mass taking pictures within the U.S. this year. Correspondent Nancy Chen studies.

      
COVER STORY: Paths to keep away from crippling scholar debt | Watch Video
Student debt has change into a nationwide disaster, with 43 million Americans carrying greater than $1.7 trillion in debt. With some questioning the worth of a faculty diploma, efforts are being made to eradicate school from many firms’ job necessities, whereas selling abilities coaching for “new-collar jobs.” Correspondent David Pogue talks with Wharton School of Business professor Peter Cappelli; Ken Frazier and Ginni Rometty of the OneTen Coalition; and with younger folks taking completely different approaches to greater schooling and the workforce.

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HISTORY: Abraham Lincoln’s coat, and its hidden, bloody tales | Watch Video
Currently on show on the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is the coat worn by President Abraham Lincoln on the evening he was assassinated at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C. Correspondent Faith Salie talks with the Costume Institute’s head curator Andrew Bolton concerning the treasured object that speaks to tragedy in our nation’s historical past.

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TV: Michael Che on controversial comedy: “As long as people are talking it’s not all that bad” | Watch Video
“Saturday Night Live” star and author Michael Che, the primary Black anchor of “Weekend Update,” and star of the HBO collection, “That Damn Michael Che,” says standup is his first, and deepest, love – and calls comedy one thing of a magic trick. Che talks with CBS News’ Tony Dokoupil about rising up a “very curious” baby; taking in suggestions on-line (even when it hurts); and why he is “just trying to grow up and not get killed.”

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actor Fred Ward, remembered for the movies “The Right Stuff,” “Henry & June” and “Tremors.”  

WORLD: José Andrés on working in a battle zone | Watch Video
Chef José Andrés and his non-profit World Central Kitchen have offered an important lifeline in catastrophe areas, serving greater than 60 million meals, from earthquake-ravaged Haiti to hurricane-battered Houston. Now they’re giving support in Ukraine, the primary time chef Andrés and his folks have operated in a battle zone. Correspondent Tracy Smith talked with Andrés about his mission; and with director Ron Howard about his new documentary profiling Andrés and his group, “We Feed People.”

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COMMENTARY: Rita Braver on her 50 years at CBS News | Watch Video
As she marks a half-century on the information group, the veteran broadcaster talks about her tenure as a producer, a White House reporter, and a correspondent for “Sunday Morning,” protecting newsmakers and world occasions, and the inspiring tales of on a regular basis folks.

MUSIC: Lionel Richie on his “amazing ride” | Watch Video
The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, lead singer of the Commodores, solo artist, and “American Idol” decide is being awarded the Library of Congress’ 2022 Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Lionel Richie talks with correspondent Kelefa Sanneh about his 50-year career, from opening for Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, to his solo success, and how a brand new technology of followers sees him.

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HUMOR: Garrison Keillor talks about #MeToo and a return to Lake Wobegon | Watch Video
Writer Garrison Keillor is probably greatest generally known as the power behind the wildly-popular radio program, “A Prairie Home Companion.” But after retiring from the present, Keillor was accused of sexual misconduct, inflicting Minnesota Public Radio, the present’s distributor, to sever ties. They have since settled the matter and signed a confidentiality settlement. But Keillor has by no means stopped writing, and is now again on the highway entertaining his viewers. Keillor talks with correspondent Anthony Mason concerning the allegations of inappropriate conduct, growing older, and his new books: “Serenity at 70, Gaiety at 80,” and his newest assortment of tales from Lake Wobegon, “Boom Town.”

READ AN EXCERPT: “Boom Town: A Lake Wobegon Novel” by Garrison Keillor

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POSTCARD FROM JAPAN: Japan’s tatami mats, a home-grown custom | Watch Video
In Japan, grass-and-straw tatami mats – as soon as a privilege reserved for the elite – have been a key characteristic of structure for the reason that Middle Ages, crafted by gifted artisans. But now, with low cost knockoffs and altering life, the business is at a crossroads. Correspondent Lucy Craft studies.

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NATURE: Bison at South Dakota’s Custer State Park (Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Custer State Park in South Dakota, the place bison and their younger calves are roaming. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard.
     

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Author and screenwriter Delia Ephron and dumpster artwork (Video)
Author and screenwriter Delia Ephron sits down with Dr. Jon LaPook to debate love, the lack of her sister and her overcome most cancers. We even have a narrative a couple of man who stumbled throughout tens of millions of {dollars}’ price of artwork.


RECAP: MAY 8

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: A frontline within the combat over abortion | Watch Video
The border between Missouri (the place abortion is extraordinarily tough to entry) and Illinois (the place abortion rights are codified) has come to mark one of many nice divisions in America right now. Correspondent Martha Teichner travels to a frontline within the debate over abortion, and visits a first-of-its-kind Regional Logistics Center serving to girls from throughout the nation entry abortions.

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COVER STORY: Roe v. Wade and the Supreme Court’s legitimacy | Watch Video
Nearly 50 years after the U.S. Supreme Court established a constitutional proper to abortion in Roe v. Wade, the present Supreme Court seems able to overturn that proper. Correspondent Jim Axelrod appears at how the leaked draft of Justice Sam Alito’s opinion (which might eradicate constitutional safety for abortions) demonstrates the court docket’s willingness to insert itself into controversial tradition battle points.

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Notes for Bob Dylan’s “Tangled Up in Blue,” on the Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, Okla. 

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MUSIC: Bob Dylan Center: Exhibiting the voice of a technology | Watch Video
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a former paper warehouse has been reworked into the Bob Dylan Center, a repository for 100,000 objects from the singer-songwriter’s assortment. CBS News’ John Dickerson visits the middle, the place reveals that includes Dylan’s authentic manuscripts and notebooks supply a window into the painstaking craft of certainly one of America’s foremost musical artists. 

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BUSINESS: How doughnut outlets grew to become a candy American Dream | Watch Video
Roughly 80% of doughnut outlets in southern California are owned by Cambodian refugee households, who got here to this nation searching for shelter from genocide. Correspondent Elaine Quijano explores these immigrants’ tales of resilience, reinvention and success, wrapped in a particular pink doughnut field. 

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TV: Phil Rosenthal and Ray Romano’s recipe that grew to become “Somebody Feed Phil” | Watch Video
On the hit Netflix collection “Somebody Feed Phil,” Phil Rosenthal eats his method all over the world to find what makes meals, and the individuals who cook dinner it, so fascinating. The thought for the present got here from an encounter years in the past with comic Ray Romano (star of the hit sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” which Rosenthal created). Rosenthal and Romano discuss their bond, and the transformative energy of journey, to CBS News’ Dr. Jon LaPook. 

READ AN EXCERPT: “Somebody Feed Phil the Book” by Phil Rosenthal

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with nation singer Mickey Gilley, whose honky-tonk was popularized within the movie “Urban Cowboy.”

       
HARTMAN: Remembering the losingest racehorse (Video)
Not way back, pals and followers gathered to pay their closing respects to one of the crucial unlikely celebrities in sports activities: Zippy Chippy, a grandson of Kentucky Derby royalty, however who himself had an ideal 0-for-100 file. Correspondent Steve Hartman appears again at why Zippy Chippy – who by no means received a single race – was in reality an inspiration to all.

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WASHINGTON: The Lincoln Memorial at 100 – How a monument to historical past grew to become part of historical past | Watch Video
On May 30, 1922, an imposing memorial to the “Great Emancipator” was devoted in Washington, D.C., in entrance of a big, segregated crowd. Correspondent Faith Salie tells the story of how the Lincoln Memorial – symbolically carved from stone from throughout the United States – would solely later change into a logo of inclusion, and a robust platform for the therapeutic of racial divides. 

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BROADWAY: The new comedy “POTUS”: All the president’s girls (Video)
The Broadway play “POTUS” tells the comical story of the ladies who encompass an incompetent, lecherous president, and how they wield energy. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with stars Vanessa Williams, Rachel Dratch, Julianne Hough, Julie White, Suzy Nakamura and Lilli Cooper; director Susan Stroman; and playwright Selina Fillinger, making her Broadway debut. 

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COMMENTARY: Gwyneth Paltrow on the thrill and stresses of motherhood | Watch Video
The Oscar-winning actress, and the founder and CEO of the approach to life model Goop, talks concerning the emotional highs and lows of turning into a mom, from the expertise of giving beginning, to postpartum melancholy, and the diaper tax, which will increase the price of a necessity right into a luxurious class. 

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David Gergen, creator of “Hearts Touched With Fire: How Great Leaders Are Made.”

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POLITICS: David Gergen on the state of our democracy: “We can’t continue on the path we’re on; it’s unsustainable.” | Watch Video
David Gergen, lengthy an advisor to presidents from each events, believes the older technology presently operating the present in Washington ought to step apart for youthful management. He talks with CBS News’ Robert Acosta about his new e book, “Hearts Touched With Fire: How Great Leaders Are Made,” and concerning the present state of American democracy. 

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NATURE: Mother fox and her kits (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” exhibits us a vixen together with her paws full, in Paradise Valley, Montana. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg.      

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The Ernest Tubb Record Shop has been a landmark in Nashville because it opened in 1947. 

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SUN SPOTS: Nashville’s historic Ernest Tubb Record Shop closes its doorways | Watch Video
Opened in 1947 by the daddy of honky tonk music, the famed country-only retailer was the birthplace of the long-running radio program “The Midnite Jamboree.” Earlier this week, the Ernest Tubb Record Shop closed its doorways for the final time. “Sunday Morning” digital producer Roman Feeser studies.

ARCHIVES: From 2001: Carly Simon on listening to the music once more (Video)
Singer-songwriter Carly Simon, who’s recorded 13 Top 40 hits and received an Oscar, is a 2022 inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. In this “Sunday Morning” profile that was broadcast on January 28, 2001, Simon talks with correspondent Rita Braver about her confessional music.

ARCHIVES: From 2007: Annie Lennox on breaking new floor (Video)
Four-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Annie Lennox, famend each for her work as a part of the Eurythmics and for her solo career, is a 2022 inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. In this “Sunday Morning” profile that was broadcast on September 30, 2007, Lennox talks with correspondent Mark Philips about why she does not imagine in standing nonetheless – as an artist or a humanitarian.


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RECAP: MAY 1

Host: Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: Maury Povich + Connie Chung: A newsworthy love story | Watch Video
After 31 years internet hosting his discuss exhibits well-known (and notorious) for his or her titillating matters, 83-year-old Maury Povich has introduced his retirement, with the final authentic episodes of “Maury” airing this September. Povich and his spouse, broadcaster Connie Chung, discuss with correspondent Mo Rocca about their lives on- and off-camera.

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HEADLINES: Switchblade drone: How the “kamikaze” anti-tank weapon works | Watch Video
A one-time use unmanned aerial car, the Switchblade drone is a robust weapon that may dive bomb its targets, akin to tanks and artillery nests, at a variety of as much as 30 miles. So far, 700 Switchblades – massive and small – have been equipped to Ukraine to be used in opposition to Russian forces. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with the CEO of Switchblade producer Aerovironment, Wahid Nawabi, who as a baby in Afghanistan noticed the results of an invading Russian military – and the ability of modern protection technology.

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BOOKS: Our puzzling habit for puzzles (Video)
Over the final two years, bestselling creator and puzzle aficionado A.J. Jacobs has allowed correspondent Martha Teichner and “Sunday Morning” cameras to comply with him as he carried out analysis for his new e book, “The Puzzler,” about his quest to unravel the world’s most baffling puzzles – from the easy (!) Rubik’s Cube and chess issues, to the legendary MIT Mystery Hunt, and a mystifying sculpture housed at CIA Headquarters in Langley, Va.

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SPORTS: Naomi Osaka on discovering her voice | Watch Video
By the age of 23, Naomi Osaka – winner of 4 Grand Slam tennis titles – had change into the highest-paid feminine athlete on the earth, ever. And when she withdrew from the French Open final year – citing melancholy and nervousness – she lost none of her company sponsors. Instead, she opened up a much-needed dialog about psychological well being. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Osaka about drive, energy, vulnerability, and measuring success and not using a scoreboard.

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BOOKS: Douglas Wolk, grasp of the Marvel Universe | Watch Video
The story arcs of Marvel comedian books, printed during the last a number of a long time, contain 1000’s of characters and a half-million pages, turning into what creator Douglas Wolk calls the longest steady, self-contained work of fiction ever created. Wolk undertook analyzing this ongoing epic – the “biggest story ever told” – in his e book, “All of the Marvels.” He talks with correspondent Luke Burbank.

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PASSAGE: Remembering Naomi Judd (Video)
We realized Saturday of the passing, at age 76, of nation music legend Naomi Judd, mom of Ashley and Wynonna Judd. The mother-daughter staff of Naomi and Wynonna recorded fourteen #1 songs, together with “Girls’ Night Out” and “Mama, He’s Crazy.” Jane Pauley appears again. 

      
HARTMAN: MLB participant and younger fan with most cancers encourage one another (Video)
Watching eight-year-old Chloe Grimes hit liners and throw warmth, you’d by no means guess the younger ball participant can also be combating most cancers, and has been, off and on, since she was two. Her grit proved an inspiration to her favourite participant on the Tampa Bay Rays, Brett Phillips. But inspiration is proving to be a two-way road. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

MUSIC: Miranda Lambert on her new album “Palomino,” and singing reality | Watch Video
The singer-songwriter has received extra Country Music Awards than another lady – and as she exhibits in her newest, highly-anticipated album, “Palomino,” Miranda Lambert continues to sing reality. She talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about music and marriage throughout a pandemic, and what she found about herself throughout very unusual instances.

PREVIEW: Miranda Lambert on writing unhappy songs: “You don’t have to be tortured to be good.”

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FASHION: Thom Browne: Reinterpreting trend | Watch Video
According to clothier Thom Browne, nobody thought it was a good suggestion when he started his personal label in 2001. But right now he’s certainly one of America’s most profitable designers, famous for his go well with pants that expose males’s ankles, and for Michelle Obama’s 2013 Inaugural robe. Correspondent Alina Cho visits a Thom Browne trend present in Paris, and speaks with Vanessa Friedman, chief trend critic of The New York Times, about why Browne will get such consideration.

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COMMENTARY: Oprah Winfrey on the bigger pandemic affecting U.S. well being care | Watch Video
COVID has uncovered the prevalence of racial disparities in our healthcare system, costing lives. 

Watch government producer Oprah Winfrey’s particular, “The Color of Care,” on racial well being disparities, premiering May 1 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on The Smithsonian Channel.

HEADLINES: Putin’s battle creates schism in Russian Orthodox Church | Watch Video
Patriarch Kirill, chief of the Russian Orthodox Church, has framed President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in holy phrases: as a protection of conservative values in opposition to a morally corrupt West. Now, the battle has prompted dissent throughout the Orthodox Christian religion. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Orthodox adherents who say the message from their church’s Moscow management and the Kremlin’s battle propaganda are one and the identical.  

     
NATURE: Bighorn sheep in Idaho (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst Bighorn sheep alongside the Salmon River close to Riggins, Idaho. Videographer: Hank Heusinkveld.
      

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: First sister Valerie Biden Owens and a Black culinary exhibit (Video)
Valerie Biden Owens sits down with Norah O’Donnell to debate how she has supported her massive brother, Joe, over time. We additionally take you to a brand new exhibit referred to as “African/American: Making the Nation’s Table,” positioned within the Museum of Food and Drink in New York City, the place we learn the way Black tradition formed American delicacies.


RECAP: APRIL 24, “The Money Issue” 

Our annual particular broadcast appears into the numerous methods we earn, spend, make investments, waste, lose, and go with out money, hosted by Jane Pauley.

COVER STORY: How Rust Belt company cities evolve within the age of e-commerce | Watch Video
E-commerce has modified the best way Americans store, creating a whole lot of 1000’s of jobs selecting and packing these merchandise in large warehouses that dot the panorama of cities and cities throughout America, a lot of which have not seen well-paying blue-collar jobs in a long time. Correspondent Lee Cowan visits Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley to see how one neighborhood is adapting to the challenges and alternatives of this new age.

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ART: Crystal Bridges Museum, and a city’s resurgence (Video)
More than six million folks have visited the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art because it opened in 2011. Alice Walton’s stunning oasis for the perfect artwork the second-richest lady on the earth may purchase has reworked the once-sleepy city of Bentonville, Arkansas, right into a thriving artists’ neighborhood. Correspondent Martha Teichner studies.

WEB EXTRA: Artist Griffin Loop’s giant paper airplane (YouTube Video)
Artist Griffin Loop talks with “Sunday Morning” correspondent Martha Teichner about his 50-foot metal model of a paper airplane, a public artwork piece which has landed in Bentonville, Ark., residence of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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SOCIAL MEDIA: Ryan’s World: How a child in Hawaii grew to become a YouTube millionaire | Watch Video
When the Kaji household, of Honolulu, shared a video of their three-year-old son, Ryan, with household, they’d no concept that it might go viral – and launch a YouTube, TV and toy franchise price tens of millions. Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Ryan, now 10, and his dad and mom, concerning the secret of getting billions of views of month with their new household business.

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LABOR: The resurgence of unions and the combat in opposition to Amazon | Watch Video
America’s second-largest employer fought onerous in opposition to unionization efforts at its Staten Island, N.Y., warehouse. But “team members” there voted to unionize – an instance of youthful workers’ curiosity in improved working situations, and the growing fortunes of labor collectives, regardless of firms’ union-busting ways. Correspondent David Pogue studies.

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ROYALS: Tina Brown on Britain’s royals: “It’s a great family saga” | Watch Video
How will Britain’s monarchy transition from the now-96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II when her reign ends? And what has the estrangement of Prince Harry accomplished to the royal household? Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with royals watcher Tina Brown, creator of the brand new e book, “The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – The Truth and the Turmoil.”

WEB EXTRA: Tina Brown on when Charles becomes King (YouTube Video)
Editor Tina Brown, creator of “The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor – The Truth and the Turmoil,” discusses with “Sunday Morning” correspondent Mo Rocca the prospects dealing with Prince Charles, who is because of ascend to the throne following the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

BOOK EXCERPT: Tina Brown on the House of Windsor in “The Palace Papers”

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MUSIC: Bringing again the hits: Mining music catalogs for gold | Watch Video
Correspondent Kelefa Sanneh appears at how music catalogs have gotten extraordinarily priceless properties. He additionally talks with Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, of the band Air Supply, whose ’80s hits, together with “All Out of Love,” are discovering new life in sudden methods.

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FOOD: Shef, delivering home-cooked meals to your property (Video)
The new on-line market Shef connects prospects with meals entrepreneurs – a lot of whom are immigrants or refugees – understanding of their houses. Correspondent Lilia Luciano appears at how Shef is providing alternatives to aspiring cooks (75 % of whom are girls) making ready delicacies from almost 100 international locations.

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HOME: Zillow, bringing unreal actual property to your display screen | Watch Video
Zillow, the biggest on-line actual property market, makes your potential subsequent residence – whether or not a towering fortress or an underground bunker – only a click on away. And now, social media websites like “Zillow Gone Wild” are serving to take advantage of outlandish properties go viral. Correspondent Nancy Chen talks to specialists about the best way to increase a list’s on-line curb enchantment.

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TV: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on “Grace and Frankie,” age and activism | Watch Video
On the Netflix collection “Grace and Frankie,” Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin play two feisty octogenarians who see outdated age not as a dying sentence, however as a victory lap. The two outdated pals discuss with correspondent Tracy Smith about growing older, working collectively, and how Fonda, who raised tens of millions as an train entrepreneur, gave most of it away.

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WINE: How German winemakers turned catastrophe into hope (Video)
Last summer season, floods inundated western Germany, killing almost 200 folks and devastating the Ahr Valley. Local winemakers whose vines had been decimated raised money by promoting “flood wines” – bottles whose labels had been dirty by mud. The effort has raised $5 million to help the native business, and raised consciousness about winemaking within the area. Correspondent Seth Doane studies.

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BUSINESS: Day care dilemma: Getting baby care to work | Watch Video
Since the COVID pandemic, baby look after younger youngsters within the U.S. has gone from dangerous to worse, with 1000’s of applications closing throughout the nation, and facilities struggling to hire new employees. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with childcare suppliers combating to make ends meet, and with working dad and mom looking for choices.

WEB EXTRA: The crisis in child care today (YouTube Video)
Lea Austin, government director of the Center for the Study of Child Care Employment, on the University of California, Berkeley, talks with “Sunday Morning” correspondent Rita Braver concerning the state of kid care within the United States, and the way it impacts youngsters, households, and baby care employees.

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BOOKS: American historical past on the public sale block | Watch Video
Rare books and papers detailing the exploration of the New World and the founding of the United States, from the gathering of e book supplier William Reese, will likely be auctioned starting subsequent month at Christie’s in New York City. The heaps embrace Paul Revere’s engraving of the 1770 Boston Massacre; and the primary New England broadside of the Declaration of Independence. Correspondent Serena Altschul appears at some priceless historical past up on the market.

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NATURE: South Carolina falls (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us underneath waterfalls on the Reedy River close to Greenville, South Carolina. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard.      

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IN HIS OWN WORDS: Heavy metallic and bluegrass guitarist John 5 on his musical obsessions
The virtuoso guitarist, who grew up watching “Hee Haw,” is as adept at shredding rock riffs as he’s nation and jazz. In this on-line unique, John Lowery (whose stage identify is John 5) talks with CBS News’ Jake Barlow about his musical obsessions. (With video.)

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: “The Godfather” anniversary and some true rock stars (Video)
It’s been 50 years since “The Godfather” premiered in 1972. Tracy Smith came upon from famed director Francis Ford Coppola that the basic nearly by no means received made. We additionally take you inside a show of dazzling gems – you may even name them rock stars.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022
A glance again on the esteemed personalities who’ve left us this year, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.


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COVER STORY: A wrongful conviction, and Joyce Watkins’ day in court docket | Watch Video
In 1988 Joyce Watkins and her boyfriend, Charlie Dunn, had been wrongfully convicted of a horrible crime: the homicide of Watkins’ 4-year-old great-niece, Brandi. Although the assistant medical expert had made a essential mistake of their report, Watkins and Dunn’s appeals had been all denied. Now, greater than three a long time later, an uncommon partnership of prosecutors and protection attorneys has led to what the 74-year-old Watkins has lengthy prayed for: exoneration. CBS News’ Erin Moriarty studies.

WEB EXTRA: Joyce Watkins on what she lost because of a wrongful conviction (YouTube Video)
Watkins talks with correspondent Erin Moriarty about what the expertise price her past 34 years of her life.

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POSTCARD FROM ITALY: Forging traditions – Italian bell makers (Video)
In the village of Agnone, in Southern Italy’s Molise area, is a household business that has been working for the reason that 1300s. Correspondent Seth Doane visits one of many oldest bell foundries on Earth, to see how Pasquale Marinelli’s household crafts and forges bells by hand, as they’ve for 27 generations.

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HEADLINES: U.S. arms to Ukraine: Is it sufficient? | Watch Video
The Biden administration has ratcheted up its help to Ukraine, with shipments of weapons, ammunition, physique armor, and different gear to defend in opposition to Russia’s onslaught. But is it sufficient to help Ukrainian forces combating for his or her nation’s existence? CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with main army specialists who focus on American support up to now, and whether or not a twenty first century Berlin Airlift will likely be wanted.

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BOOKS: Delia Ephron on love, most cancers, and a second probability | Watch Video
Author and screenwriter Delia Ephron, who is not any stranger to romantic storylines, has recently been residing one – having lost her first husband, she married a person she’d first dated half a century in the past. But their marriage ceremony occurred within the hospital, the place she was present process chemotherapy for leukemia. CBS News’ Dr. Jon LaPook talks with Ephron about her memoir, “Left on Tenth: A Second Chance at Life”; a couple of gut-punch of a medical prognosis; and how love stored her going.

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ART: The thriller of Frances Hines, and a dumpster stuffed with artwork treasures | Watch Video
In 2017 a barn cleanout in Connecticut revealed a treasure trove of artworks, by an obscure artist who’d died the year earlier than. Now, specialists say the dumpster artwork could possibly be price tens of millions. Correspondent David Pogue delves into the intriguing story of how a skateboarding mechanic grew to become a detective with a view to uncover the identification of Francis Hines, an expressionist who experimented with wrapping buildings, objects and work.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with comic Gilbert Gottfried.

       
LAW: Suing over local weather change – Taking fossil gasoline firms to court docket | Watch Video
With the expense of mitigating the results of local weather change turning into extra onerous, greater than two dozen cities, counties and states are suing greater than 40 fossil gasoline firms, accusing them of creating false and deceptive claims about local weather change. The lawsuits are modeled after these introduced in opposition to tobacco firms within the Nineties. Correspondent Ben Tracy appears at a brand new authorized motion taking up the fossil gasoline business.

READ AN EXCERPT: “The Rule of Five,” on arguing local weather change earlier than the Supreme Court
Harvard Law professor Richard J. Lazarus writes about an important environmental circumstances ever determined by the nation’s highest court docket: proscribing greenhouse fuel emissions from new vehicles.

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SUNDAY SHORT: “Sunday Morning” cameraman Efrain Robles, U.S. citizen (Video)
It occurred this previous week: our “Sunday Morning” cameraman Efrain Robles grew to become a United States citizen. Jane Pauley studies.    

BROADWAY: Billy Crystal again on stage as “Mr. Saturday Night” | Watch Video
In 1992 Billy Crystal directed his first film, “Mr. Saturday Night,” about an abrasive stand-up comedian. Back then, Crystal required hours of make-up to play the 73-year-old washed-up comic Buddy Young, Jr. Now, thirty years later, Crystal has turned the movie right into a Broadway musical – and the 74-year-old lastly will get to behave his age. Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with the still-youthful Crystal. 

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RELIGION: Inside the Latter-day Saints’ Washington D.C. Temple | Watch Video
For a long time the towering marble edifice that’s the Washington, D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has posed a thriller to these exterior the religion. Now, after a significant renovation, CBS News’ Ed O’Keefe takes a tour contained in the temple, earlier than a public open home that may welcome all to go to a constructing devoted to reverence and contemplation.

WEB EXTRA: The Latter-day Saints’ Sealing Room (YouTube Video)
David Bednar, an apostle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his spouse, Susan Bednar, clarify to CBS News’ Ed O’Keefe the symbolism of the temple’s Sealing Room, the place rituals are held to make relationships everlasting.

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COMMENTARY: A Passover prayer: We should use our freedom to liberate the oppressed | Watch Video
Steve Leder, senior rabbi of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles, reminds us of the human crucial to alleviate struggling all over the world.

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COMMENTARY: An Easter prayer: The energy of peace to create a extra simply world | Watch Video
Sharon Kugler, University Chaplain at Yale, on the significance of addressing aggression, poverty, ignorance and violence that oppresses and destroys our human household.

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HARTMAN: Multilingualist to the max (Video)
Forty-six-year-old Vaughn Smith, of Gaithersburg, Maryland, has a talent most individuals do not find out about – and only a few can emulate. Although a carpet cleaner by commerce, Smith’s actual reward is for phrases – he is realized about 40 completely different languages, up to now. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

NATURE: Great horned owl chick (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Titusville, Florida, the place a fantastic horned owl chick is being cared for by Mom and Dad. Videographer: Doug Jensen.       

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THE BOOK REPORT: Reviews of latest titles by Washington Post e book critic Ron Charles | Watch Video
Recommendations from our e book reviewer of latest fiction and non-fiction titles for the spring.

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MUSIC: Alicia Keys, Ricky Martin, Queen amongst additions to National Recording Registry
Music by Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Max Roach, The Four Tops and Wu-Tang Clan, speeches by FDR, and a Marc Maron-Robin Williams podcast are amongst recordings to be preserved by the Library of Congress. Listen to audio excerpts. 

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Sandra Bullock on her most cherished position, and pianist Jeremy Denk (Video)
Sandra Bullock’s sunny disposition at all times appears to shine by means of in her blockbuster motion pictures and regardless of previous tabloid hassle. She talks about all of it with correspondent Tracy Smith. Then, we hear from award-winning pianist Jeremy Denk.


RECAP: APRIL 10

Host Jane Pauley. 

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HEADLINES: What are the prospects for pursuing Vladimir Putin for battle crimes? | Watch Video
Investigators have already begun compiling lots of proof of battle crimes dedicated in opposition to Ukrainian civilians by Russian forces. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Ambassador Beth Van Schaack, and with Richard Goldstone (chief prosecutor for the worldwide tribunal that convicted Serbian leaders for ethnic cleaning in Bosnia within the Nineties), concerning the pursuit of justice, and whether or not Russian President Vladimir Putin himself may face indictment and arrest for battle crimes.

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COVER STORY: Bill Browder on Putin, the Magnitsky Act, and unmasking Russian money laundering | Watch Video
As an early investor in Russian firms following the breakup of the Soviet Union, financier Bill Browder realized firsthand how Vladimir Putin’s authorities operated like an organized crime operation. And when his lawyer Sergei Magnitsky was tortured and died in a Russian jail for pursuing justice in opposition to authorities fraud, Browder went on a mission to combat money laundering, in Moscow and across the globe. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Browder, creator of “Freezing Order: A True Story of Money Laundering, Murder, and Surviving Vladimir Putin’s Wrath.”

READ AN EXCERPT: “Freezing Order,” on Putin, money laundering and homicide

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FINANCE: “Crypto for dummies”: The how, what and why of digital foreign money | Watch Video
Bitcoin is only one of 1000’s of digital currencies on the market, which have confirmed a boon for speculative traders. But what are you able to really use crypto for? As of now, not a lot, says correspondent David Pogue, who appears into the issues cryptocurrency has to beat earlier than it is prepared for the mainstream.

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LITERATURE: “The game is afoot” at a NYC Sherlock Holmes exhibit | Watch Video
Not so “elementary,” the gathering of Sherlock Holmes memorabilia assembled by lifelong Holmes fan Glen Miranker contains uncommon editions, illustrations, and personal notes and correspondence from Holmes’ creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Correspondent Faith Salie visits the exhibition, “Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects,” at New York City’s Grolier Club, to infer the general public’s timeless fascination with the immortal detective.

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BROADWAY: Barbra Streisand, Beanie Feldstein, and the unique “Funny Girl,” Fanny Brice | Watch Video
After 58 years, the very first revival of the musical “Funny Girl,” about famed Ziegfeld Follies comedienne Fanny Brice, is opening on Broadway, starring “Booksmart” actress Beanie Feldstein. Correspondent Mo Rocca explores how Barbra Streisand’s efficiency within the authentic stage manufacturing and 1968 film made her a famous person; and talks with Feldstein about Brice’s affect on generations of feminine comedian actresses, and why she’s been making ready to play Brice her total life. 

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with singer and actor Bobby Rydell (“Bye Bye Birdie”).

MUSIC: The Randy Rainbow story: How his satirical songs went viral | Watch Video
His music movies lampooning politicians and tradition warriors have made comic Randy Rainbow (reality: his actual identify) a social media sensation. Correspondent Rita Braver goes behind the scenes of Rainbow’s viral movies, produced in his bed room with a cast of 1 (joined by presidents, lawmakers and media figures), which can be famend for his or her musicality and political chunk.

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TV: Michelle Pfeiffer, Viola Davis and Gillian Anderson on taking part in first women (Video)
A brand new 10-part collection on Showtime, “The First Lady,” explores the personal lives of a number of the most revered public figures in American politics. CBS News’ Lesley Stahl sits down with Michelle Pfeiffer (who performs Betty Ford), Viola Davis (Michelle Obama), and Gillian Anderson (Eleanor Roosevelt) about how they approached the roles of girls who used the often-hidden energy of their positions to vary the course of historical past.

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HARTMAN: A blind drag racer’s singular imaginative and prescient (Video)
In 2012 drag racer Dan Parker, of Columbus, Ga., suffered a traumatic brain damage so extreme it blinded him. But that did not cease him from pursuing a world file. And his efforts have impressed correspondent Steve Hartman’s 12-year-old nephew, Ted, who says generally his blindness feels insurmountable.

      
MUSIC: Woody Guthrie and the songs of America | Watch Video
When he died in 1967 at simply 55, Woody Guthrie left behind greater than 3,000 songs, whose plain phrases and easy melodies proceed to inform the story of a nation. “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley appears again on the lifetime of the folks artist who sang of America’s destitute and dispossessed, of miners, sharecroppers and manufacturing facility employees, and of farmers whose soil had turned to mud – in brief, about Americans’ perseverance and chance. His music is now captured in a New York City exhibit on the Morgan Library, “Woody Guthrie: People Are the Song.”

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NATURE: Wood frogs (Extended Nature Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst wooden frogs spawning within the Sourland Mountain Preserve close to East Amwell, New Jersey. Videographer: Jeff Reisly.  
      

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RECIPE: Cuban-Style Picadillo Empanadas from The Salty Cubana
April 8 is National Empanada Day! Nashville-based chef Rita Martinez provides “Sunday Morning” viewers her tackle a savory deal with that reminds her of rising up in Miami’s Little Havana. (With video directions.)

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: A candid chat with comic Amy Poehler, and a restaurant with historical past (Video)
Amy Poehler is at all times humorous, however Luke Burbank received a little bit of her severe aspect, too. And Martha Teichner goes to a Savannah restaurant with a wealthy, advanced historical past. 


RECAP: APRIL 3

Host Jane Pauley. 

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COVER STORY: What is Putin’s endgame now? | Watch Video
Just over 5 weeks into Russia’s stalled battle in Ukraine, what is obvious is that it’s going to finish in a negotiated settlement – however to whose benefit? CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with retired Gen. David Petraeus about what Vladimir Putin may hope to realize after failing to seize Kyiv, and what peril Ukraine’s army faces because the Kremlin concentrates its firepower on the jap a part of the nation. 

MUSIC: The blurred strains surrounding music copyrights | Watch Video
When two songs share a melody, some chords, and even only a vibe, can the songwriter be taken to court docket? Correspondent David Pogue appears at how music copyrights have change into an more and more disharmonious space of litigation.

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BOOKS: First sister Valerie Biden Owens | Watch Video
Wherever younger Joe Biden went, little sister Valerie was certain to comply with. She would finally run her brother’s campaigns for the U.S. Senate and his first two bids for the presidency. Valerie Biden Owens talks with CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell about her household’s story of tragedy, sorrow, resilience, and goal, and why she believes President Biden is the precise particular person on the proper time for the job.

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FOOD: Redefining soul meals and the historical past of American delicacies | Watch Video
Since earlier than we had been a nation, African Americans have had a very vital, but little understood, influence on the event of American delicacies. Correspondent Maurice DuBois talks with Houston chef Chris Williams, historian Jessica B. Harris, and meals knowledgeable Charla Draper about Black culinary influencers; and visits a New York City museum exhibit on meals historical past, “African/American: Making the Nation’s Table.”

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MOVIES: Viva Ann-Margret! | Watch Video
The actress and singer who got here to fame singing “Bye Bye Birdie” is not able to say farewell simply but. Ann-Margret, the star of such hits as “Viva Las Vegas” and “Carnal Knowledge” (which earned her an Oscar nomination), talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about her transcendent six-decade career, from her childhood in Sweden the place she dreamed of being an entertainer, to her standing as a intercourse image, to turning into a Hollywood grand dame. 

GALLERY: Ann-Margret

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with photographer Patrick Demarchelier. 

MUSIC: Pianist Ruth Slenczynska on her life in music (Video)
Hailed as one of many best baby prodigies since Mozart, pianist Ruth Slenczynska performed her first live performance when she was 4. Nearly a century later, Ruth remains to be making music, placing out a brand-new album at 97 years outdated, aptly titled “My Life in Music.” She talks with correspondent Mo Rocca concerning the notes of her life, each excessive and low – from a tough childhood, to her relationship with Rachmaninoff, taking part in a duet with an American president, and the expertise age has gifted her.

You can stream Ruth Slenczynska’s album “My Life in Music” by clicking on the embed beneath (Free Spotify registration required to listen to the tracks in full):

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MUSIC: Jon Batiste on the therapeutic energy of music and love | Watch Video
The identical day the “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” bandleader acquired 11 Grammy nominations – essentially the most by any artist this year – the love of his life was starting chemotherapy therapies for her second battle with most cancers. Jon Batiste and bestselling creator Suleika Jaouad discuss with correspondent Jim Axelrod about how their world was turned upside-down, and how they met adversity with an act of defiance.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Jon Batiste, Suleika Jaouad announce they had been secretly married

READ AN EXCERPT: “Between Two Kingdoms” by Suleika Jaouad

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COMMENTARY: Charles M. Blow on “The Slap” as a cultural Rorschach check | Watch Video
The New York Times columnist examines the myriad takes about Will Smith’s bodily and verbal confrontation in opposition to comic Chris Rock in the course of the Academy Awards broadcast.

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MUSIC: Maren Morris on how she grew to become fearless | Watch Video
Since her arrival in Nashville as an unknown songwriter almost a decade in the past, Maren Morris has change into a rustic music star, with such hits as “My Church,” “The Bones,” and this year’s Grammy-nominated “Chasing After You” and “Better Than We Found It.” Morris talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about her new album, “Humble Quest,” and what the previous two years – from the pandemic to the beginning of her son to social media trolls – have taught her about braveness and humility.

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HARTMAN: Reviving an outdated love tune (Video)
Sixty-two years of wedded bliss nearly did not occur for Mort and Susan Block, of Kennett Square, Pa., besides that Mort, a Navy sailor, composed a tune for his love. More than six a long time later, Mort’s sheet music was noticed by his grandson, Matt Block, who gathered a number of the greatest studio musicians within the nation to take that dusty outdated love tune and make it sing. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies on how a love tune initially supposed for an viewers of 1 has now been performed on social media greater than one million instances.

      
NATURE: Dauphin Island (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Dauphin Island off the Gulf coast of Alabama. Videographer: Scot Miller.     

      
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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: A uncommon, revealing interview with Peter Dinklage and a narrative about trash changed into treasure
Leslie Stahl sits down for a uncommon interview with the fiercely personal star of “Cyrano.” We even have a glowing story about sea glass.  


RECAP: MARCH 27

Host: Jane Pauley

WATCH THE FULL MARCH 27 EPISODE!

HEADLINES: Volunteers proceed to enroll to defend Ukraine (Video)
As Vladimir Putin’s forces seem largely stymied within the face of Ukrainian counterattacks, Ukraine’s resistance is being fueled by tens of 1000’s of volunteers, and by armaments boosted by provides from NATO international locations. Correspondent Holly Williams studies. 

    
HEADLINES: Another Russian quagmire – The shadow of Afghanistan | Watch Video
In 1979 the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan to put in a puppet regime. Ten years later, the Soviet military’s final forces withdrew, defeated by Afghan rebels who’d been armed by the CIA. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin appears at how the Kremlin’s failure up to now in capturing the Ukrainian capital and putting in a puppet authorities has produced a brand new quagmire for Russia, exposing weaknesses in its army and making a question mark over Vladimir Putin’s future.

COVER STORY: Breaking by means of Russia’s digital Iron Curtain | Watch Video
Inaugurated in the course of the Cold War, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty pierced the Iron Curtain by way of shortwave radio, presenting information broadcasts to international locations the place freedom of the press was underneath assault. Today, its mission is much more essential, because it counters Kremlin propaganda concerning the battle in opposition to Ukraine with uncensored information for Russian audiences by way of the Internet. Correspondent Christina Ruffini examines how the group is evading a brand new technology of Russian censors.

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ALMANAC: The 1952 premiere of “Singin’ in the Rain” | Watch Video
Seventy years in the past, the movie considered maybe the best Hollywood musical ever – a Technicolor love letter to Hollywood starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds – debuted.

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ART: Where museum guards choose the artwork | Watch Video
Museum guards in all probability spend extra time with artwork on the partitions than anybody else, however are hardly ever requested for knowledgeable opinions. At the Baltimore Museum of Art, a brand new present, “Guarding the Art,” was organized not by the museum’s curators, however by its very personal safety employees. Correspondent Kristine Johnson talks with guards who’re providing their views on the museum’s collected works. 

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FINANCE: Meet a Russian oligarch hit by sanctions | Watch Video
Targeted by the U.S. and its allies with sanctions due to their ties to the Kremlin, Russian oligarchs have discovered their accounts frozen and belongings seized. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with Mikhail Fridman, a Ukrainian-born Russian oligarch now residing in London, who can not use his ATM card and resides in a mansion he cannot promote. Fridman explains why he believes sanctions should not the answer to punishing Russia’s chief Vladimir Putin. Doane additionally talks with Tom Burgis, creator of “Kleptopia: How Dirty Money Is Conquering the World.”

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SPORTS: Diving into the talk over trans athletes | Watch Video
University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas, a transgender lady, has smashed Ivy League data within the pool since switching from the lads’s staff to the ladies’s. Her profitable streak has reignited a fierce debate: do trans girls have an unfair organic benefit in sports activities? And are aggressive equity and trans inclusivity mutually unique? With 22 states just lately introducing payments that may ban trans girls and women from sports activities, correspondent Lee Cowan talks to advocates and specialists on either side of this contentious concern.  

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COMMENTARY: Douglas Brinkley on Madeleine Albright, a “Hammer of Democracy” | Watch Video
The historian remembers the trailblazing Secretary of State and U.N. Ambassador, who promoted NATO enlargement whereas antagonizing despots all over the world.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Madeleine Albright’s pins (Video)
Former Secretary of State and Ambassador to the United Nations Madeleine Albright died on Wed., March 23, 2022, on the age of 84. In this “Sunday Morning” story that aired September 27, 2009, CBS News’ Katie Couric talked with Albright about how her ornamental brooches grew to become part of her diplomatic arsenal (sparked by a remark from Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein). They additionally go to an exhibit that includes greater than 200 of Albright’s pins on the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City.

MOVIES: Buster Keaton, the “Great Stone Face” | Watch Video
He was a vaudeville performer from the age of 4, a silent-film star in his 20s, and the author and director of a number of the best comedy movies ever made. Yet Buster Keaton by no means fairly achieved the celebrity of Charlie Chaplin, and, on the peak of his success as an impartial filmmaker, he signed a studio deal that he would name “the worst mistake of my life.” Correspondent David Pogue talks with biographer Dana Stevens, and with comedian actor Bill Irwin, about Keaton’s creative ingenuity, his physicality, and his improvements that encourage filmmakers to today.

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MOVIES: “The Godfather” at 50: The making of a basic | Watch Video
When “The Godfather” opened in March 1972, director Francis Ford Coppola’s drama a couple of mob household ceaselessly modified how we have a look at gangster movies. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Coppola, and with stars Robert Duvall, James Caan and Talia Shire, concerning the making of a basic that film lovers couldn’t refuse.

GALLERY: “The Godfather”: The fiftieth anniversary
CBSNews.com’s David Morgan appears on the making of a timeless landmark of American movie. 

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COMMENTARY: Advice to oldsters of younger youngsters: It solely will get worse | Watch Video
After years of standup during which he is complained about his 5 younger youngsters, comic Jim Gaffigan has found one thing actually terrifying: being the daddy of 5 older youngsters.

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GEOLOGY: Gems: Beauty set in stone (Video)
They took tens of millions, even billions of years to type, however gem stones can seize our awe in a flash. Correspondent Faith Salie visits the recently-reopened Mignone Halls of Gems and Minerals on the American Museum of Natural History in New York, the place guests can eye these stunning superstars of geologic historical past. 

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OSCARS 2022: David Edelstein asks, “Why does this thing still exist?” | Watch Video
Everyone, it appears, is indignant on the Academy Awards, and for a lot of causes; our movie critic provides his predictions for this year’s award-winners, and for what he believes may be essentially the most freakishly riveting Oscar ceremony but.

COMPLETE CBS NEWS COVERAGE: The Academy Awards

      
NATURE: Elk in North Carolina (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us among the many elk and turkeys on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina. Videographer: Scot Miller.

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OSCARS 2022: Listen to the 5 greatest tune nominees
Hear the 5 songs up for this year’s Academy Award, together with performances by Billie Eilish, Beyoncé, and Van Morrison.

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Ryan Reynolds and artist-teacher Shirley Woodson (Video)
Actor Ryan Reynolds remains to be discovering himself in a method, each in life and in his newest movie. We even have a narrative on artist Shirley Woodson, who’s celebrating a one-woman present in her hometown of Detroit that is been a very long time coming. 


RECAP: MARCH 20

Guest host: Mo Rocca.

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HEADLINES: Russian missiles strike Ukraine army barracks, dozens feared lifeless (Video)
Rescuers within the southern metropolis of Mykolaiv raced to save lots of survivors after three Russian missiles hit a barracks the place about 200 Ukrainian troopers slept. Dozens are feared lifeless. Meanwhile, Ukrainians are praying for a miracle in Mariupol, the besieged southern port metropolis, the place drone footage reveals extraordinary destruction and sheer lack of human life on account of Russian bombardment. Correspondent Charlie D’Agata studies the newest from the battle’s frontlines. 

HEADLINES: Why Russia’s tank battle stalled in Ukraine | Watch Video
As the Russian invasion enters its fourth week, Ukrainian resistance has up to now foiled Vladimir Putin’s plan to take the capital of Kyiv with a lightning strike utilizing his vaunted tank military. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Gen. Frank McKenzie, commander of CENTCOM, about why Russia’s tanks have failed – and what it means for Ukraine going ahead.

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COVER STORY: The plight of Ukrainians fleeing Putin’s battle | Watch Video
Three million folks have left Ukraine for the reason that begin of the Russian invasion, making a refugee disaster that the world is scrambling to deal with. Correspondent Lee Cowan appears at what Ukraine’s refugees are dealing with past their nation’s borders, and how the present scenario compares to previous refugee actions.

GALLERY: The plight of Ukrainians fleeing Putin’s battle
Three million folks have left Ukraine for the reason that begin of the Russian invasion, making a refugee disaster that the world is scrambling to deal with.

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MONEY: What makes fuel costs go up and down? (Video)
Last week U.S. fuel costs hit a file excessive, which provides to the price of nearly all the pieces we purchase. But is the Russian invasion of Ukraine – and the U.S. ban on Russian oil – guilty? Not fully, correspondent David Pogue learns, as he checks with specialists, together with a fuel station supervisor, about what accounts for worth volatility on the fuel pump.

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BROADWAY: “Putting It Together”: An ode to the artwork of creating artwork | Watch Video
Director James Lapine’s New York Times bestselling e book chronicles the creation of the basic Stephen Sondheim musical, “Sunday in the Park with George.” Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Lapine, the present’s director and e book author, and with authentic stars Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters, to attach the dots of how this musical exploration of an Impressionist portray broke new floor for a Broadway musical.

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WASHINGTON: Who is Ketanji Brown Jackson? | Watch Video
The highly-esteemed Circuit Court of Appeals decide, nominated by President Biden for the Supreme Court, stands simply 5 ft one inch tall, and is poised to knock down yet another barrier. “48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with longtime pals of Ketanji Brown Jackson, who clarify why they imagine Jackson’s nomination (if confirmed, she could be the primary Black lady to serve on the nation’s highest court docket) is a testomony to her brilliance and ardour for the regulation.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actor William Hurt, an Oscar-winner for “Kiss of the Spider Woman.” 

      
HARTMAN: Stroke sufferer regains the ability of giving hugs (Video)
After a large stroke eight years in the past, Kevin Eubanks, of Paragould, Ark., lost the power to make use of his left arm – and he has missed hugging with each arms ever since. Now, 4 occupational remedy college students at Arkansas State University have gotten collectively to invent a bit of adaptive gear to permit Eubanks to hug his grandchildren once more. Correspondent Steve Hartman studies.

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HEALTH: The pandemic’s psychological well being fallout | Watch Video
Unresolved grief is only one side of how COVID-19 has created widespread psychological well being struggling – a second pandemic, because it had been. Particularly affected are youngsters: More than 140,000 of them have lost a father or mother or a caregiver. Correspondent Susan Spencer appears at a number of the psychological scars from COVID, and what steps are being taken to deal with them.

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MOVIES: Why Sandra Bullock is taking a pause from motion pictures | Watch Video
The Oscar-winning actress has starred in additional than 4 dozen motion pictures, however she says her newest, the comedian journey “The Lost City,” will likely be her final for some time. Sandra Bullock talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about her film, her Austin café, and why she’s stepping away from in entrance of the digicam.

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COMMENTARY: Mo Rocca on one of many joys of spring (Video)
With the brand new season upon us, the “Sunday Morning” correspondent displays on a childhood lesson about nurturing.

MUSIC: Pianist Jeremy Denk on the pains of follow | Watch Video
CBS News correspondent John Dickerson sits down with the acclaimed classical pianist Jeremy Denk, recipient of a so-called MacArthur “genius” grant, to speak about Denk’s new e book, “Every Good Boy Does Fine,” during which the performer professes love for what many music college students really hate: follow. 

READ AN EXCERPT: “Every Good Boy Does Fine” by Jeremy Denk

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NATURE: Sandhill cranes in Nebraska (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to the Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary in Nebraska, the place sandhill cranes are on a break from their lengthy journey north. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard.

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GALLERY: “The Godfather: – The 50th anniversary
A timeless landmark of American film, Francis Ford Coppola’s explosive drama of a mob family, which premiered in March 1972, was an offer no moviegoer could refuse. CBSNews.com’s David Morgan looks at the making of the classic film, and at its legacy.  

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and Joseph Yoakum
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick have waited patiently to finish a play they started working on two years ago. We also have a story on the often unheralded artist Joseph Yoakum, whose backstory is as colorful as his work. 


Here Comes The Sun: Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick and Joseph Yoakum

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RECAP: MARCH 13

Host: Jane Pauley

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HEADLINES: Russia expands its brutal assault on Ukraine (Video)
As the battle enters its third week, Russia’s indiscriminate shelling of cities is leaving a path of dying, destruction and despair, as its forces proceed in direction of the capital Kyiv. But Ukrainian forces proceed to mount a fierce resistance. Correspondent Charlie D’Agata studies. 

     
COVER STORY: What Russians can see of their battle in opposition to Ukraine | Watch Video
With the clampdown on impartial information and social media inside Russia, Vladimir Putin is proscribing what Russian residents know concerning the invasion of Ukraine. Correspondent Lee Cowan studies on the propaganda and misinformation that’s portray a false image of the battle being waged by the Kremlin.

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HEADLINES: Protesters in Russia threat arrest to talk out in opposition to battle | Watch Video
Since Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine, greater than 13,000 Russians protesting within the streets have been arrested. Correspondent David Pogue talks with a younger lady detained for demonstrating in opposition to the battle; and with a former Parliament Member, pressured to go away the nation, who describes Putin’s efforts to eradicate dissent.

FOOD: Hamantaschen, a cookie bursting with historical past | Watch Video
Hamantaschen, a triangular-shaped cookie served in the course of the Jewish vacation of Purim, celebrates the spirit of resilience. Correspondent Faith Salie bites into the historical past of this deal with, and of the way it got here to be related to the Biblical story of Esther – and a infamous villain.

RECIPE: Apple Hamantaschen from Breads Bakery

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TV: Amy Poehler on the onerous work of comedy | Watch Video
Ever since she was a baby rising up in Burlington, Mass., Amy Poehler knew she favored making folks snort. And she’s change into excellent at it – as a member of the Second City improv troupe, a cast member of “Saturday Night Live,” and the star of “Parks & Recreation.” The actress and producer talked with correspondent Luke Burbank about her comedy career, together with her newest project: directing the documentary “Lucy and Desi.”

To watch a trailer for the documentary “Lucy and Desi,” click on on the video participant beneath:


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BOOKS: Harvey Fierstein on “I Was Better Last Night” | Watch Video
Tony Award-winning actor and playwright Harvey Fierstein recounts his life as a performer in his new memoir, “I Was Better Last Night.” He talks with correspondent Rita Braver about popping out as homosexual as a teen; his roles within the Broadway exhibits “Torch Song Trilogy,” “La Cage aux Folles,” “Hairspray” and “Fiddler on the Roof”; and overcoming a severe ingesting downside.

READ AN EXCERPT: “I Was Better Last Night” by Harvey Fierstein
In his new memoir the Tony-winning actor and playwright recollects his movie roles in “Mrs. Doubtfire” reverse Robin Williams, and “Death to Smoochy” with Edward Norton and Jon Stewart.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with “Sesame Street” actor Emilio Delgado.     

MUSIC: Keith Richards on the Rolling Stones and a solo reunion | Watch Video
The guitarist of The Rolling Stones, and frontman of Keith Richards & the X-Pensive Winos, talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about his solo career; writing new music with Mick Jagger; the passing of the Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts; and how he kicked his most persistent habit.

WEB EXTRA: Keith Richards & the X-Pensive Winos carry out “999” (Video)


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HARTMAN: Pep discuss: Children’s phone hotline goes viral (Video)
In want of some encouragement? Students at West Side Union Grade School, in Healdsburg, Calif., are offering simply that in recorded messages on a free phone hotline, Peptoc. The artwork project, the brainchild of lecturers Asherah Weiss and Jessica Martin, has gone viral, getting as much as 9,000 calls per hour. Correspondent Steve Hartman talked with the lecturers, and with a number of the college students whose unscripted, motivational gems are being shared. 

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MOVIES: Will Smith on constructing a legacy | Watch Video
Global famous person Will Smith, nominated for an Oscar for his efficiency in “King Richard,” sits down with “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King to speak about his inspiring life’s journey – from his sophisticated relationship with a disciplinarian father, to his early years as a rapper and TV star in “Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” to turning into a big-screen field office champion.

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  • “Will” by Will Smith with Mark Manson (Penguin), in Hardcover, Large Print Trade Paperback, Spanish Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio codecs, accessible by way of Amazon and Indiebound
  • Follow Will Smith on Twitter and Instagram

     
HISTORY: Explorer Ernest Shackleton’s ship discovered (Video)
Last week archeologists found the wreck of Endurance, the vessel from Ernest Shackleton’s fabled Antarctic expedition of over a century in the past, almost two miles beneath the floor of the icy Weddell Sea. Jane Pauley studies.

      
EDUCATION: Taking the masks off: Schools look past COVID (Video)
Pandemic protocols and distant studying have taken their toll on lecturers, college students and dad and mom. As masks begin coming off in lecture rooms throughout the nation, correspondent Martha Teichner appears at whether or not colleges can actually get again to regular – and the best way to measure collateral harm from the battle to coach youngsters throughout COVID.

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NATURE: Yosemite National Park (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us for a stroll on the wild aspect, at California’s Yosemite National Park. Videographer: Lance Millbrand. 

     
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THE BOOK REPORT: New fiction and non-fiction titles | Watch Video
Washington Post e book critic Ron Charles provides his picks of latest fiction and non-fiction titles for the spring, together with the newest novel from Anne Tyler.

BOOK EXCERPT: “French Braid” by Anne Tyler

BOOK EXCERPT: “Booth” by Karen Joy Fowler

BOOK EXCERPT: “Mercy Street” by Jennifer Haigh

BOOK EXCERPT: “The Impossible City” by Karen Cheung      

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Fran Lebowitz and Ritchie Torres

RECAP: MARCH 6

Host: Jane Pauley

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HEADLINES: As Russia expands offensive, Ukrainians refuse to bow down (Video)
Russia has unleashed punishing artillery and air strikes throughout a number of cities in Ukraine, turning residential neighborhoods into ruins. The indiscriminate shelling and hovering civilian dying toll has drawn worldwide condemnation, however Russian forces proceed to bear down on Kyiv. CBS News correspondent Charlie D’Agata studies from the besieged capital. 

     
COVER STORY: How far will Putin go – and how far will America go to cease him? | Watch Video
No one can probably know for certain what Russia’s chief Vladimir Putin – who has launched a full-scale invasion of neighboring Ukraine – could do subsequent. But how may Americans be pressured to sacrifice in hopes of saving Ukraine’s fragile younger democracy? And will Putin’s weapons of warfare (cyber or nuclear) goal the U.S. and the West? “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with Russia specialists Fiona Hill and Nina Khrushcheva (great-granddaughter of Nikita Khrushchev), retired Gen. Keith Alexander, and former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.

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CORONAVIRUS: Lessons from the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic | Watch Video
The Spanish influenza pandemic, which killed 675,000 Americans a century in the past, is also known as the “forgotten flu.” Also forgotten: the teachings it may need taught us for the best way to take care of the COVID-19 pandemic. Correspondent Martha Teichner appears on the price, in lives, of ignoring historical past. 

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TECHNOLOGY: The social media battle between Ukraine and Russia (Video)
Russia was alleged to be a grasp of on-line propaganda and cyber-warfare. But of their battle in opposition to Ukraine, scrappy Ukrainians are operating rings round their vastly bigger opponent, utilizing social media platforms to humiliate the invaders, inform the populace, and win help from the remainder of the world. Correspondent David Pogue studies.

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MOVIES: Samuel L. Jackson loves his job | Watch Video
Actor Samuel L. Jackson, nominated for an Academy Award for his efficiency in Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction,” will obtain an honorary Oscar later this month for a stellar career that features greater than 150 movies. He talks with “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh about his love of popcorn motion pictures, the business of Hollywood, and his new TV miniseries, “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey,” primarily based on the e book by Walter Mosley.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with TV trend journalist Elsa Klensch.       

ARTS: Sea glass: How trash turns into a treasure (Video)
What was as soon as rubbish – bits of glass, akin to soda bottles, which have washed up on seashores – has been reworked by nature into sea glass, a treasured merchandise that’s typically reworked as soon as once more by people into jewellery and ornamental artwork. Correspondent Conor Knighton studies.

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BOOKS: Dolly Parton and James Patterson on “Run, Rose, Run” | Watch Video
Two of the most important names of their respective fields not solely share a trigger, however a byline. Singer-songwriter Dolly Parton and bestselling creator James Patterson discuss with correspondent Lee Cowan concerning the novel they’ve co-written, “Run Rose Run”; the way it corresponds to their advocacy for literacy; and how their creative collaboration sparked a blooming friendship.

READ AN EXCERPT: Dolly Parton & James Patterson’s “Run, Rose, Run”

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WAR: Ukraine vs. Russia: A contemporary-day David vs. Goliath story | Watch Video
Correspondent Mo Rocca appears into the Biblical story of David and Goliath, and talks with Rabbi Steve Leder about how it’s evoked in Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s defiant stand in opposition to Russian President Vladimir Putin, whose army is making an attempt to crush his neighboring nation.

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SCIENCE: Inside the labs of Pfizer | Watch Video
Correspondent Alina Cho talks with Dr. Albert Bourla, the chairman and CEO of Pfizer, concerning the improvement of his company’s coronavirus vaccine, an effort he writes about within the e book “Moonshot: Inside Pfizer’s Nine-Month Race to Make the Impossible Possible.” They additionally focus on his emotions about COVID misinformation and vaccine hesitancy.

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COMMENTARY: John Dickerson on Zelensky’s management, and of creating braveness contagious | Watch Video
The Ukrainian president’s defiance in opposition to the invading Russian military has accomplished extra than simply assist defend his nation; it has helped bolster the energy of different democracies a lot older than Ukraine’s.       

      
NATURE: Otters in Maine (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” visits otters on the hunt for fish at a pond in Portland, Maine. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.      

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SUN SPOTS: Patsy Cline’s “Dream Home” | Watch YouTube Video
The legendary nation music famous person’s residence exterior Nashville, just lately on the market, has been restored to its mid-century look. “Sunday Morning” digital producer Roman Feeser took a tour.

     
“HERE COMES THE SUN”: 
Chevy Chase and a world-famous sweet retailer
Chevy Chase’s deadpan supply turned him right into a Hollywood heavyweight. But he is no stranger to battle, in each his personal and skilled life. We additionally take you inside a New York City sweet store that dazzles the eyes and the style buds.  


RECAP: FEBRUARY 27

Guest host: Lee Cowan

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HEADLINES: Ukrainians united of their resolve to cease Putin’s battle machine (Video)
Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, is now a battle zone, however the Ukrainians’ resistance is set – and could have taken Moscow unexpectedly. Ukraine claims it is killed or injured greater than 3,000 Russian troops and captured round 200, although the numbers are unconfirmed. Correspondent Holly Williams provides a front-lines report.

       
HEADLINES: Defending in opposition to “a dictator on the prowl” (Video)
As Europe faces essentially the most brutal battle on the continent since World War II, it is clear the influence from Russian President Vladimir Putin’s battle won’t be contained inside Ukraine’s borders. CBS News’ Margaret Brennan talks with the previous U.S. envoy to Ukraine, Ambassador Kurt Volker, concerning the energy of the Western alliance, and the boundaries of diplomacy.

HEADLINES: The historical past of Russia’s subjugation of Ukraine | Watch Video
Three a long time after gaining its independence from the Soviet Union, Ukraine is once more combating for its freedom after Russia’s President Vladimir Putin ordered a full-scale invasion of its neighboring nation. Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum talks with correspondent Mo Rocca concerning the lengthy historical past of oppression of the Ukrainian folks by Czarist and Soviet forces (together with the “Holodomor” famine perpetrated by Stalin), and now by the army of Putin.

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HEADLINES: Inside the thoughts of Vladimir Putin (Video)
Russia’s full-scale assault on Ukraine this previous week once more demonstrated President Vladimir Putin’s starvation for energy, and his willingness to crush these he sees as a personal menace. Lee Cowan talks with Brookings Institution senior fellow Angela Stent, and with New Yorker editor David Remnick, concerning the autocratic chief’s disdain for worldwide regulation, and the isolation that’s making him much more harmful.

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LIFE: Savannah restaurant serves up frequent floor on race | Watch Video
Built in what was as soon as a segregated bus terminal in Savannah, Ga., The Grey is a vacation spot restaurant that defies preconceived notions about Southern cooking. It additionally provides its companions, restaurateur and entrepreneur Johno Morisano and James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey, a setting for conversations about race, which grew right into a e book: “Black, White, and The Grey: The Story of an Unexpected Friendship and a Beloved Restaurant.” They sat down with correspondent Martha Teichner to debate their quietly provocative endeavors.

RECIPE: Mashama Bailey’s Chicken Country Captain
The James Beard Award-winning chef from The Grey, in Savannah, Ga., provides “Sunday Morning” viewers her slowly-braised curried hen in a wealthy broth.

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INTELLIGENCE: The lifetime of a CIA shadow warrior | Watch Video
Ric Prado spent 24 years with the Central Intelligence Agency working undercover with anti-communist rebels in Central America, and in operations in opposition to communist insurgencies in Peru and the Philippines, earlier than monitoring a rising financier of terrorism named Osama bin Laden. The retired agent talks about his new e book, “Black Ops: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior,” with CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Black Ops: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior”

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PASSAGE: Remembering Dr. Paul Farmer (Video)
Lee Cowan appears again on the life of worldwide well being care advocate Dr. Paul Farmer, who devoted his life to bettering well being look after impoverished peoples the world over.

CARNIVAL: King truffles, a treasured style of Mardi Gras | Watch Video
In New Orleans a longstanding custom of Carnival is the king cake, a multi-colored candy deal with. Correspondent Kris Van Cleave talks with Matt Haines, creator of “The Big Book of King Cake,” and with a number of the bakers who assist fulfill New Orleanians’ Mardi Gras craving.

RECIPE: Mardi Gras King Cake
This recipe for a candy Carnival custom is courtesy of the New Orleans Culinary & Hospitality Institute.

WEB EXTRA: King cakes, and the origin of the plastic baby (YouTube Video)
New Orleans author Matt Haines, creator of “The Big Book of King Cake,” talks with correspondent Kris Van Cleave concerning the historical past of a Mardi Gras custom, the king cake, and a couple of conventional deal with hidden inside – a deal with you do not really eat.  

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MOVIES: Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy on time journey and “The Adam Project” | Watch Video
Ryan Reynolds, the star of “Deadpool” and “Free Guy,” and “Stranger Things” director Shawn Levy, have teamed up on a brand new time-travel movie, “The Adam Project,” a couple of fighter pilot from the longer term who meets his 12-year-old self. Reynolds and Levy discuss with correspondent Tracy Smith about friendship, nervousness, and the well-known mutual good friend who helped convey them collectively.

To watch a trailer for “The Adam Project” click on on the video participant beneath:


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HARTMAN: A present that places school desires inside attain (Video)
Correspondent Steve Hartman meets some Chicago highschool college students whose hopes for a school schooling far exceed their skills to pay for it. Enter businessman Pete Kadens and former Chicago Public Schools CEO Janice Jackson, whose initiative, Hope Chicago, goals to redress inequities in an adolescent’s entry to greater schooling.

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ART: Artist Shirley Woodson: Life captured in daring strokes | Watch Video
There’s quite a bit occurring in Shirley Woodson’s vivid work. And at 85, this artist and former schoolteacher is being celebrated together with her first one-woman present on the Detroit Institute of Arts. Correspondent Rita Braver studies.

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OPINION: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a check for America | Watch Video
CBS News correspondent John Dickerson says standing as much as Putin’s lawless violation of one other nation’s sovereignty – an assault on the values of self-determination and freedom – is a check of American beliefs and morals. 

     
NATURE: Seals in Massachusetts (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” leaves you right now with seals sunning on the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Newburyport, Massachusetts (with some snowy owls wanting on). Videographer: Michael Clark.

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actress Christine Baranski and a glance contained in the houses of Architectural Digest (Video)


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RECAP: FEBRUARY 20

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: How free speech is underneath assault within the U.S. | Watch Video
America was constructed on the premise of free speech, however right now’s information is full of examples of limiting folks’s expression – from prohibitions in opposition to misinformation, to e book bans and state legal guidelines proscribing how lecturers can focus on such matters as racial injustice, sexual orientation, and gender identification. Correspondent David Pogue talks with writers and teachers about free speech and a corresponding local weather of self-censorship; and with a New Hampshire historical past trainer who says, “The ghost of Senator McCarthy is alive and well in some of our state house hallways.”

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HEADLINES: 
Fighting escalates in jap Ukraine (Video)
With as much as 190,000 Russian troops massed close to Ukraine’s borders, the U.S. and its allies at the moment are bracing for a land battle in Europe. There has already been an escalation of violence within the jap a part of Ukraine, the place the army has been combating Kremlin-backed separatists. Correspondent Holly Williams studies on the newest.

HEADLINES: Defense Secretary Austin: Russia “poised to strike” Ukraine (Video)
In a threatening present of power, Russia test-fired nuclear-capable weapons, intercontinental and submarine-launched ballistic missiles, as President Vladimir Putin moved his nation’s army into assault positions round Ukraine. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin studies the newest.

MUSIC: Tears for Fears returns with “The Tipping Point” | Watch Video
Performing because the group Tears for Fears, English pop rockers Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith had hits within the Eighties with such songs as “Shout” and “Everybody Wants to Rule the World.” But after an acrimonious break up in 1991, the 2 did not converse to 1 one other for 9 years. They have since reunited, and are about to launch Tears for Fears’ first album in 17 years, “The Tipping Point.” Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with Orzabal and Smith – quickly to embark on a U.S. tour – to learn how their musical collaboration helped heal a personal tragedy.

“The Tipping Point” by Tears for Fears (Concord Records) will likely be launched February 25. To watch a music video for the album’s title monitor, click on on the participant beneath:


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ART: The revelatory artwork of Joseph Yoakum | Watch Video
Joseph Yoakum (1891-1972) did not begin creating artwork till he was in his 70s. Self-taught in his use of ballpoint pens, coloured pencil and pastels, Yoakum (who claimed Native American ancestry, and whose mom was a formerly-enslaved African American) created fanciful landscapes, now presently on view at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. Correspondent Rita Braver studies.

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PASSAGE: Satirist P.J. O’Rourke (Video)
Humorist and political commentator P.J. O’Rourke died this week on the age of 74. Jane Pauley appears again.

BUSINESS: Byron Allen on the highway to media mastery | Watch Video
Four years in the past, comic and media mogul Byron Allen grew to become the primary Black American to personal a 24-hour mainstream cable information community when he bought The Weather Channel for $310 million – in money. Now, Allen is making ready a bid to purchase the Denver Broncos, which – if profitable – would make him the NFL’s first Black majority proprietor. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Allen about his entrepreneurial spirit, and his success at growing minority possession in broadcasting. 

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HARTMAN: A snowman that melts hearts (Video)
At Southshore Charter Academy exterior Tampa, trainer Robin Hughes realized that almost all of her college students had by no means seen precise snow – it hasn’t snowed in Central Florida in 45 years. So, she reached out to her sister in Kentucky who agreed to ship Hughes a snowman. Steve Hartman studies on how the snow-deprived youngsters gave the snowman, nicknamed Lucky, a really heat reception. 

STAGE: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick: The present does go on | Watch Video
Two years in the past, Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker had been set to star in a New York revival of Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” when COVID-19 shut down Broadway theatres (and virtually all the pieces else). Now, the present is lastly set to open, and two years after interviewing the husband-and-wife duo, “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley sits down as soon as once more with Parker and Broderick to speak concerning the unprecedented hiatus.

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HISTORY: Franklin Pierce – America’s handsomest president? | Watch Video
No survey of America’s worst presidents could be full with out our 14th president, Franklin Pierce, whose repute for amiability and beauty (and his introduction of perforated postage stamps) was offset by his help for the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act, which led to clashes between pro- and anti-slavery forces. Correspondent Mo Rocca appears on the legacy of a president whose actions in office introduced the nation nearer to civil battle. 

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COMMENTARY: How the killings of two Black sons ignited social justice actions | Watch Video
New York Times columnist Charles Blow displays on the similarities between the 1955 lynching of 14-year-old Emmett Till and the 2012 killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, and how they every sparked protest actions led by moms with tears on their cheeks however metal of their spines.

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NATURE: Eagles in Washington state (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” leaves you right now amongst bald eagles on the Nooksack River in northern Washington state. Videographer: Mike Griffith.
      

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OLYMPICS: The sport of Olympic pin buying and selling
Collectors go for the gold in what is among the best of Olympics occasions: buying and selling hard-to-find pins that commemorate the Games. “CBS Sunday Morning” producer Roman Feeser offers the play-by-play.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: “Here Comes the Sun” (Video)
It looks like Andrew Garfield can do all of it, from blockbuster hits to teaming up with Lin-Manuel Miranda for his most up-to-date position in “Tick, Tick … BOOM!” Also: We take a peek behind the counter at a few of New York City’s bodegas, the place the proprietors are ingesting a particular type of espresso. 


RECAP: FEBRUARY 13

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Do you imagine in real love? | Watch Video
Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with romance novelist Tia Williams, “Moonstruck” screenwriter John Patrick Shanley, photographer Jodi Cobb, and psychology professor Arthur Aron concerning the actuality and levels of affection (lust, romantic obsession, and attachment), and the best way to maintain love alive.

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HEADLINES: Tensions escalate as Russia will increase forces at Ukraine border (Video)
With the Russian military placing on a present of power simply north of Ukraine, President Joe Biden made what might be a last-ditch try to steer Russian President Vladimir Putin to name off his tanks. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin studies the newest.

VALENTINE’S DAY: New York’s sweetest store: Selling sweet since 1937 | Watch Video
At Economy Candy, a third-generation store on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, it is unimaginable to not really feel like a child in a sweet retailer, confronted with 1000’s of types of sweets. Correspondent Martha Teichner studies. 

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VALENTINE’S DAY: Double proxy weddings: Montana marriages with out being there | Watch Video
A unusual Montana regulation that has been on the books because it grew to become a territory permits people who find themselves a Montana resident, or an energetic member of the army, to get married with out being within the state. Recently, the variety of double proxy weddings has taken off, the place two stand-ins say “I Do” on behalf of {couples} removed from Big Sky Country. Correspondent Luke Burbank studies.

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SPORTS: The agony of defeat: Lessons from soccer fandom | Watch Video
Loss, whether or not in soccer or politics, is rarely straightforward. Sports followers, nonetheless, could supply a civics lesson on accepting a heart-wrenching consequence. “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel talks with Wall Street Journal sports activities columnist Jason Gay, New Orleans Saints superfan James Carville, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice concerning the unwritten guidelines of soccer and American civic life.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with film particular results grasp Douglas Trumbull. 

NATURE: A “dating app” for zoo populations | Watch Video
Data from zoos and aquariums throughout North America is getting used to create matches for breeding – an animal relationship app, if you’ll – to assist species survive whereas sustaining genetic variety. Correspondent Rita Braver appears behind the scenes of animal matchmaking.

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COMMENTARY: Super Bowl Sunday: Jim Gaffigan on the pageantry and the gluttony | Watch Video
The “Sunday Morning” commentator opines on right now’s very American vacation – a mixture of blood-pumping patriotism, violence and commercials, enhanced with meals we really get pleasure from.

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SUNDAY PROFILE: I’m nonetheless Chevy Chase, and you are not | Watch Video
Even at 78, a year to the week after a near-fatal coronary heart failure, comic Chevy Chase is serving up improvisation (and, maybe, a bit of little bit of introspection) in his dialog with correspondent Jim Axelrod. The two focus on Chase’s rise from breakout star of “Saturday Night Live” to a string of hit movies, together with “Fletch” and the “Vacation” collection, and the sitcom “Community.”

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ADVERTISING: How legal professionals’ advertisements grew to become a billion-dollar business | Watch Video
“Injured?” If you have turned on a TV prior to now 4 a long time, you have seen appeals from attorneys claiming that they are going to combat for YOU. But it was as soon as against the law for legal professionals to hawk their companies. How did commercials promoting authorized recommendation change into authorized – and so pervasive? Correspondent Conor Knighton studies on the rise of lawyer advertisements, a few of which can be judged as merely bonkers.

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COMMENTARY: Josh Seftel’s mother on crushes and that first kiss (Video)
In honor of Valentine’s Day, filmmaker Josh Seftel checks in as soon as once more along with his mom, Pat, to ask some well timed questions.

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NATURE: Gannets in New Zealand (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday morning at Cape Kidnappers in New Zealand, with gannets, who mate for all times. Videographer: Jaime McDonald. 
     

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PARTIES: Super Bowl menu concepts and recipes
From burgers, sizzling canines, tacos, BBQ and wings, to salsas and cocktails, listed below are some tempting recipes from high cooks, cookbook authors and restaurateurs to go along with watching the Big Game on Sunday.


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MOVIES: Remembering movie FX master Douglas Trumbull (YouTube Video)
Douglas Trumbull, a visible results supervisor and director liable for the incredible imagery in such movies as “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and “Blade Runner,” died this week on the age of 79. In this on-line unique “Sunday Morning” internet producer David Morgan appears again at his legacy.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL: “Here Comes the Sun” (Video)
Kristen Stewart skyrocketed to fame with the “Twilight” saga. She talks about that journey, her newest role playing Princess Diana in “Spencer,” and turning the perils of fame into perception. Plus: the enduring affect of architect extraordinaire Frank Gehry.  


RECAP: FEBRUARY 6

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: What’s the precise method to consider the left-handed? | Watch Video
Even although an estimated ten % of the world’s inhabitants is left-handed, scientists haven’t undoubtedly found out why. Southpaw correspondent Rita Braver talks with some well-known lefties (together with former President Bill Clinton, and World Series profitable pitcher Sean Doolittle) about functioning in a world dominated by the right-handed; and with researchers who suppose variations in brain structure between those that are left-handed and right-handed could have implications within the remedy of illness.

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ALMANAC: The day Elizabeth grew to become queen | Watch Video
On February 6, 1952, 70 years in the past right now, Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh, ascended to the British throne by the dying of her father, King George VI. Jane Pauley studies.

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ART: A Block Island treasure hunt | Watch Video
Since 2012, guests have scoured Block Island, off the coast of Rhode Island, looking for hidden treasure: hand-blown glass orbs. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks to glass artists Eben Horton and Jennifer Nauck, who create the fragile prizes, and joins different “orbivores” (orb hunters) on the prowl. 

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MUSIC: Molly Lewis, the whistler (Video)
The identify Molly Lewis is now on lots of people’s lips, because of her uncommon musical reward: whistling. She talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about her new file, “The Forgotten Edge.”

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MILEPOST: Honoring America’s WWII “Ghost Army” (Video)
This week President Joe Biden signed a invoice awarding the Congressional Gold Medal to some unsung heroes of World War II: the so-called “Ghost Army” – top-secret army models that deployed inflatable tanks and artillery, decoy troopers, and faux communications to idiot enemy forces. Jane Pauley studies. 

     
PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with actor Howard Hesseman, star of the sitcoms “WKRP in Cincinnati” and “Head of the Class.” 
     

POSTCARD FROM ITALY: Put on maintain: An Italian city with out cell service | Watch Video
The village of Galliano di Mugello, in Tuscany, is a bit more tranquil than many Italian cities, as a result of it has no mobile phone service. But it is not alone, as Italy ranks close to the underside of the European Commission’s index of digital competitiveness. Correspondent Seth Doane pays a name to a medieval city whose residents face challenges fostered by the “digital divide.”

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U.S.: Uncovering the historical past of Seneca Village in New York City | Watch Video
In the early nineteenth century Seneca Village, in the course of Manhattan, was residence to the biggest variety of free Black property homeowners in New York City earlier than the Civil War. Irish and German immigrants moved in, too. But in 1853, when Central Park was within the planning levels, town used eminent area to take management of the land, displacing the settlement’s residents. Correspondent Faith Salie appears at efforts to unearth the distinctive historical past of Seneca Village, and to seek out descendants of these evicted.

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MUSIC: The cool energy of Peggy Lee | Watch Video
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Peggy Lee (1920-2002), recognized for such hits as “Fever” and “Is That All There Is,” demonstrated an alluring command over an viewers together with her sultry voice and exact stagecraft. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with biographer Peter Richmond and with Lee’s granddaughter, Holly Foster-Wells, concerning the singer’s artistry, and her rise from a painful childhood in North Dakota, to turning into a number one author and vocalist of jazz, pop and torch songs.

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COMMENTARY: Forget standing desks: Bed desks are the best way to work | Watch Video
Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, correspondent Luke Burbank has change into a part of a silent however cozy majority: those that want working horizontally.

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MOVIES: Alana Haim on filming “Licorice Pizza” | Watch Video
Singer Alana Haim’s first efficiency as an actress, taking part in a younger lady who’s an adolescent’s object of affection in “Licorice Pizza,” has been acclaimed as one of the crucial thrilling display screen debuts in current reminiscence. Correspondent Anthony Mason talks with Alana Haim, and together with her sisters, Danielle and Este (who collectively type the Grammy-nominated band HAIM), about taking part in collectively as household, and how their historical past with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson (director of a number of Haim music movies) led to this critically-acclaimed position.

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NATURE: Iguanas (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday at Curacao’s Christoffel National Park, the place it is the day of the iguanas. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.     

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THE BOOK REPORT: Reviews of latest titles by Ron Charles | Watch Video
The Washington Post e book critic provides his picks amongst new releases.

Book excerpt: “Putting the Rabbit In the Hat” by Brian Cox

Book excerpt: “Olga Dies Dreaming” by Xochitl Gonzalez

Book excerpt: “I Will Die In a Foreign Land” by Kalani Pickhart

Book excerpt: “To Paradise” by Hanya Yanagihara

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RECAP: JANUARY 30

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Bryan Stevenson on educating historical past and the pursuit of justice | Watch Video
Attorney Bryan Stevenson, creator of the bestseller “Just Mercy,” has helped to save lots of 145 wrongly-convicted prisoners from execution, however as of late the person behind Montgomery, Alabama’s National Memorial for Peace and Justice may be higher recognized his different job: educating Americans concerning the legacy of slavery and racial violence on this nation. Stevenson talks with correspondent David Pogue about confronting historical past as a primary step in therapeutic, and offers a tour of the model new Legacy Museum in Montgomery.

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U.S.: Welcome to Buc-ee’s | Watch Video
It’s a Texas establishment with a nationwide footprint: a sequence of highway cease comfort shops the scale of the Lone Star State, with a smiling cartoon beaver mascot and a loyal following. Correspondent Luke Burbank travels to Buc-ee’s to seek out out why prospects are so pushed to go to. (Is it the award-winning bogs?)

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ARCHITECTURE: The playful structure of Frank Gehry (Video)
At 92, famed architect Frank Gehry shouldn’t be resting on his substantial laurels. The designer behind such landmarks because the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, talks with “60 Minutes” correspondent Bill Whitaker about his artistic course of, and how aerospace technology has enabled him to show his playful concepts into actuality.

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MUSIC: Preserving jazz within the Big Easy | Watch Video
In good instances and dangerous, New Orleans musicians have been schooled and raised in a singular tradition, one which was severely hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, when the streets of the Big Easy had been unnaturally quiet and empty, and a lot of the music moved on-line. “Sunday Morning” senior contributor Ted Koppel meets with musicians again out in entrance of audiences and sharing their music whereas perpetuating a French Quarter custom of road efficiency; and with the artistic director of Preservation Hall, which was based to assist protect a singular American legacy: the New Orleans jazz artist. 

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us just lately, together with musician Dick Halligan, co-founder of the rock group Blood, Sweat & Tears.

U.S.: A Kentucky diner that is a secure haven for storm victims | Watch Video
Ms. Becky’s Place has been a welcoming spot for generations of residents of Dawson Springs, Ky. Now, after the city was devastated by tornadoes in December, the diner has reopened, returning a way of normalcy, and a supply of consolation, to a city nonetheless reeling from the lethal storms. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti talks with proprietress Beck James, who helps maintain her battered neighborhood on its ft.

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GAMES: Spelling out the Wordle craze | Watch Video
Correspondent Faith Salie fills us in on the brand new puzzle sport that is taking the world by storm, one letter at a time.

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MOVIES: Kristen Stewart on committing to Princess Diana | Watch Video
Actress Kristen Stewart has received raves for her efficiency as Princess Diana within the film “Spencer,” concerning the royal’s life exterior the vary of photographers’ cameras. Stewart talks with correspondent Tracy Smith concerning the stress she felt turning into her character, in addition to the tabloid frenzy over her “Twilight” stardom, and her marriage ceremony plans.

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TECH: Projection mapping: Art and technology illuminated (Video)
Art and technology come along with a method generally known as projection mapping, during which buildings are painted with gentle. Correspondent Serena Altschul talks with Ryan Uzilevsky, of Light Harvest Studio, about their epic creations projected upon very distinctive canvases.

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FOOD: Michelle Zauner’s recipe for consoling grief: A style of residence | Watch Video
When musician Michelle Zauner lost her mom to most cancers, she discovered consolation within the aisles of a Korean-owned grocery retailer chain, H Mart, the place she would store for the elements of dishes that reminded her of residence. Correspondent Hua Hsu talks with Zauner, lead singer of the band Japanese Breakfast and creator of the New York Times bestseller “Crying in H Mart,” about discovering solace from loss in a bowl of kimchi. 

BOOK + AUDIO EXCERPT: “Crying in H Mart” by Michelle Zauner (contains her recipe for Kimchi Jjigae)

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NATURE: 
Trumpeter swans in New York (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday amongst trumpeter swans braving winter’s chill close to Cayuga, New York. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.

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MOVIES: Sundance Film Festival 2022: Opening highlights | Part 2 | Part 3
For the second year in a row, the Utah-based pageant (which runs by means of January 30) is a digital occasion, with world premiere documentaries and narrative movies streaming on-line. CBSNews.com’s David Morgan provides a number of the highlights.


RECAP: JANUARY 23

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: The billion-dollar question: Can you be TOO wealthy? | Watch Video
The richest one % of Americans now owns 16 instances the wealth of the underside 50 %. That disparity has dropped at gentle questions concerning the want for billionaires – and their want for much more money. Correspondent Mark Whitaker talks with activist Abigail Disney and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy about whether or not buying a billion or extra {dollars} is a valued aim; and with professor Ingrid Robeyns, who proposes the idea of “limitarianism” – figuring out an ethical restrict to how a lot wealth one can accumulate.

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HEADLINES: What are Putin’s intentions in Ukraine? | Watch Video
Nearly eight years after Russia invaded and took management of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula, 100,000 Russian troops have just lately constructed up alongside the border of Ukraine. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with former U.S. ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder and retired Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges about what President Vladimir Putin hopes to achieve with a doable invasion, and what the results could also be – for the Kremlin, for Europe, for NATO, and for Washington.

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U.S.: Taking the plunge (Video)
Members of the South End Rowing Club check their our bodies and minds by swimming within the murky and very chilly waters of San Francisco Bay, braving currents, boats, sea life and hypothermia. Correspondent Luke Burbank, desirous to show his mettle, joined in.

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MOVIES: James Hong: An actor’s information to longevity | Watch Video
During his 92 years, James Hong has racked up extra movie and TV credit than almost anybody. Even extra spectacular, the actor did so whereas confronting demeaning stereotypes in Hollywood. Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with the constantly-working Hong a couple of career that started with entertaining U.S. troops in the course of the Korean War, and prolonged to such treasured movies as “Chinatown” and “Big Trouble in Little China.”

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with the rock singer and actor Meat Loaf (“Bat Out of Hell”).

MAGAZINES: Architectural Digest – A century of fashion | Watch Video
Bold-faced names like tennis star Maria Sharapova and rocker Lenny Kravitz have pulled again the curtain on their houses for Architectural Digest, the journal that showcases the work of the perfect design within the business. Correspondent Serena Altschul appears again on the first hundred years of Architectural Digest, and visits the Condé Nast archives, to see how the journal that has celebrated fashion for a century continues to evoke residence.

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HARTMAN: American youth to the rescue (Video)
In rural Sackets Harbor, N.Y., the place COVID-19 affected the native volunteer ambulance service’s skill to answer calls, native highschool college students took the required coaching and picked up the slack. Correspondent Steve Hartman talked to a number of the youngsters who’re stepping as much as support their neighborhood. 

TELEVISION: The answered prayers of Christine Baranski | Watch Video
As a baby she carried out Broadway tunes to a statue of the Virgin Mary. And throughout her five-decade career in movies, TV, and on stage, two-time Tony Award-winner Christine Baranski has performed characters who’re refined, sensible and savvy. Correspondent Mo Rocca sits down with Baranski, who stars in “The Good Fight” and the brand new HBO collection, “The Gilded Age,” about her wealthy life on- and off-screen.

WEB EXTRA: “Break a leg”: Christine Baranski on starring in “Mame” post-surgery (YouTube Video)
In this internet unique, Tony Award-winning actress Christine Baranski talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about how a knee damage did not get in the best way of her starring in a Kennedy Center manufacturing of the musical “Mame.”  

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The Gilded Age | Official Trailer | HBO by
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MUSEUMS: The Smithsonian appears towards the “Futures” (Video)
“Futures,” a brand new exhibit on the Smithsonian’s Arts and Industries Building in Washington, D.C., options technology, artwork, and interactive shows that delve into the numerous varieties that the longer term could take. Correspondent David Pogue pays a go to.

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COMMENTARY: Terence Smith on his encounter with Sirhan Sirhan’s father | Watch Video
The international correspondent and former “Sunday Morning” journalist, creator of the brand new memoir, “Four Wars, Five Presidents,” talks about discussing the homicide of Senator Robert F. Kennedy with the daddy of Sirhan Sirhan.

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NATURE: British Virgin Islands (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday deep within the heat waters of the British Virgin Islands. Videographer: Nedra Gurry.

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MOVIES: Sundance Film Festival 2022: Opening highlights
For the second year in a row, the Utah-based pageant bows as a digital occasion, with world premiere documentaries and narrative movies streaming on-line. CBSNews.com’s David Morgan provides a number of the first days’ highlights.


RECAP: JANUARY 16

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: President Joe Biden: The first year | Watch Video
The forty sixth president’s first year in office is being measured by opposing forces – each by legislative wins, and by the financial headwinds of the persevering with pandemic. CBS News’ John Dickerson talks with specialists concerning the presidency’s “return to normalcy”; the chaos surrounding the withdrawal from Afghanistan and COVID-19 testing; the contrasting information of low unemployment and rising inflation; and how Joe Biden’s temperament will be the strongest instrument being wielded by the Oval Office.

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Is it artwork? Visitors to the Hirschhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., look at objects by French modernist Marcel Duchamp. 

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ART: Marcel Duchamp and the that means of artwork | Watch Video
The French-born artist Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) stirred controversy along with his provocative items that questioned the very idea of what “art” really is. Correspondent Rita Braver visits the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum for an exhibition of Duchamp’s “readymade” items that blur the excellence between utilitarian object and high-priced museum piece.

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Actor and artist Tony Dow, pictured at his Topanga, Calif. studio in 2012. 

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ART: Tony Dow on life past “Leave It to Beaver” | WATCH VIDEO
Beginning at age 12, Tony Dow performed Wally Cleaver, the well mannered, reliable “All-American” massive brother on the basic sitcom “Leave It to Beaver.” But for years Dow lived within the shadow of his adolescent stardom, and was dogged by emotions of melancholy. Dow talks with correspondent Jim Axelrod about wanting past the curse of being linked ceaselessly to the character of Wally, and how, by means of creating artwork, and with the help of his spouse, Lauren (additionally an artist), he addressed the struggles that life typically presents.

WEB EXTRA: “Leave It to Beaver” actor Tony Dow on depression (YouTube Video)
In this internet unique, actor and artist Tony Dow, who starting at age 12 starred as Wally Cleaver within the basic sitcom “Leave It to Beaver,” explains to correspondent Jim Axelrod how he handled a melancholy that started, he says, at a younger age. 

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Correspondent Conor Knighton tries to come up with a slippery eel. 

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SCIENCE: The surprising reality about eels (Video)
Eels have a slippery repute, remodeling themselves in saltwater and freshwater environments – and nobody is aware of precisely how they reproduce within the wild. Correspondent Conor Knighton talks with specialists who share their fascination with the unknowable mysteries of the eel.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with Ronnie Spector, lead singer of the ’60s woman group The Ronettes.
      

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Actress Kirsten Dunst, star of “The Power of the Dog.”

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MOVIES: Kirsten Dunst on her method to appearing | Watch Video
Kirsten Dunst, who has starred in such movies as “Interview with the Vampire,” “Melancholia” and “Spider-Man,” is getting Oscar buzz for her poignant appearing in Jane Campion’s interval drama, “The Power of the Dog.” She talks with correspondent Luke Burbank about searching for remedy for melancholy; starring reverse her real-life associate Jesse Plemons; and a trick she realized for the best way to play drunk.

WEB EXTRA: Kirsten Dunst on an acting trick (YouTube Video)
In this internet unique, “The Power of the Dog” star Kirsten Dunst explains to correspondent Luke Burbank how she ready for a scene within the movie when her character, Rose, freezes up at a piano keyboard.

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The Power of the Dog | Official Trailer | Netflix by
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Hartman: A love that nearly received away (Video)
Fifty years in the past, at Loyola University, Jeanne Gustavson met a person she believes would have made the right husband. But her household objected, as a result of his pores and skin was not White. So, she broke up with Steve Watts – however she by no means forgot about him. And greater than 4 a long time later, Jeanne discovered him once more. Steve Hartman studies. 

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Singer Liza Minnelli, accompanied by her longtime good friend Michael Feinstein, performs for “Sunday Morning.” 

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SUNDAY PROFILE: Liza Minnelli, the one and solely | Watch Video
The EGOT-winning entertainer sits down with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley, and together with her accompanist and good friend Michael Feinstein, to speak a couple of life within the highlight; the affect of French singer Charles Aznavour on her Oscar-winning efficiency in “Cabaret”; and how, at 75, she nonetheless continues to honor the works of Gershwin – and the lifetime of her mom, Judy Garland.

WEB EXTRA: Liza Minnelli and Michael Feinstein perform “I Love a Violin” (YouTube Video)
In this internet unique, award-winning entertainer Liza Minnelli and her good friend Michael Feinstein carry out a duet of Kay Thompson’s “I Love a Violin.” 

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An 1880 Edison gentle bulb. 

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TECHNOLOGY: Light bulb collectors: An illuminating passion | Watch Video
Chad Shapiro will go to any size to acquire authentic examples of synthetic lighting, together with these created by Thomas Edison within the late nineteenth century. But as correspondent David Pogue discovers, Shapiro shouldn’t be alone in an obsession to gather uncommon and stunning examples of classic gentle bulbs.

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COMMENTARY: Douglas Brinkley on voting rights and the “new Jim Crow” | Watch Video
Nearly six a long time after John Lewis, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, and others fought “Jim Crow” legal guidelines that blocked some Americans from the poll field, resulting in the Voting Rights Act of 1965, voting rights are underneath siege once more. Historian and bestselling creator Douglas Brinkley talks about current Republican-led efforts to limit entry to our Constitutionally-guaranteed proper to vote, and why entry to voting have to be preserved.

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NATURE: Desert snow (Extended Video)
We go away you this wintry Sunday within the excessive desert of northern Nevada. Videographer: Derek Reich.     


RECAP: JANUARY 9

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: How historians view Trump – and how Trump sees himself | Watch Video
A panel of historians is releasing its third assortment of essays analyzing and assessing the accomplishments and failures of a presidential administration. But for the primary time, a former president, Donald Trump, spoke to the historians to supply his personal tackle his time in office. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Princeton University’s Julian Zelizer, who assembled the panel, and with the lecturers who unpack historical past’s first judgment of the forty fifth president.

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MUSIC: Sonny Curtis on a career spanning Buddy Holly and Mary Tyler Moore | Watch Video
His music dates again to the beginning of rock ‘n’ roll, as an early bandmate of Buddy Holly, and as the author of such basic songs as “I Fought the Law” and “Walk Right Back.” But Sonny Curtis’ most memorable composition could also be “Love Is All Around,” his theme tune for “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with the disarmingly humble Rock and Roll Hall of Famer a couple of career throughout which he actually made it in any case.

WEB EXTRA: Sonny Curtis on writing the “Mary Tyler Moore” theme song (YouTube Video)

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MEDIA: The TikTookay path to comedy fame | Watch Video
The skill of comedians to broaden their viewers by means of movies on the favored telephone app TikTookay is not any laughing matter. Some actors and writers are constructing profitable careers regardless of by no means having carried out standup at comedy golf equipment. Correspondent David Pogue appears at how TikTookay is rewriting the foundations of comedy, particularly in the course of the COVID lockdown, and talks with TikTokers about their uncommon path to fame.

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BOOKS: Carl Bernstein on chasing historical past | Watch Video
He was half of the Washington Post staff of reporters who broke the Watergate scandal. But Carl Bernstein’s career started as an adolescent on the Washington Star, what he has referred to as the perfect schooling in journalism. CBS News nationwide safety correspondent David Martin talks with Bernstein about his new memoir, “Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom,” and about how a cub reporter who chased historical past ended up making it.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Chasing History: A Kid in the Newsroom” by Carl Bernstein

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ART: Memorializing John F. Kennedy in bronze | Watch Video
For its fiftieth anniversary the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington, D.C., commissioned a statue of President John F. Kennedy, one that may mirror the humanity of a frontrunner beloved and mourned by so many. Correspondent Chip Reid talks with sculptor Ivan Schwartz about capturing the thirty fifth president in his staff of artists’ memorial to JFK.

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PASSAGE: Director Peter Bogdanovich (Video)
Filmmaker, movie scholar and actor Peter Bogdanovich, whose works included “The Last Picture Show” and “Paper Moon,” died Thursday on the age of 82. Jane Pauley takes a glance again. 

     
HARTMAN: A wild card foretelling hope for America’s future (Video)
Correspondent Steve Hartman requested a clairvoyant, Winslow Eliot, for a glance forward in 2022 and how America may fare throughout this uneasy time. The tarot playing cards – and assorted acts of kindness Americans have shared with each other – supply an indication of hope.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: The Sidney Poitier interview  | Watch Video
The trailblazing actor-director Sidney Poitier died this week at age 94. In tribute we current Lesley Stahl’s outstanding profile, first broadcast on “Sunday Morning” on May 12, 2013, during which the Academy Award-winner talks a couple of career constructed on memorable characters who exhibited dignity, intelligence, and ethical braveness. 

GALLERY: Sidney Poitier 1927-2022

POSTCARD FROM JAPAN: Sweet spots (Video)
Correspondent Lucy Craft studies on a beloved however vanishing establishment: the “dagashiya,” or nook penny sweet retailer, part of rising up in Japan.

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MILEPOST: Goodbye to the Blackberry (Video)
This week marked the tip of an period, when Blackberry – whose cellular units as soon as served as much as 85 million subscribers worldwide – pulled the plug on its telephones, shutting down service for good. Jane Pauley studies. 

       
NATURE: Wood geese (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us amongst some wooden geese in Lewiston, Idaho, by the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake Rivers. Videographer: Hank Heusinkveld.        


RECAP: JANUARY 2

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: January 6, the “Big Lie,” and the destiny of democracy | Watch Video
Baseless allegations of election fraud amplified by President Donald Trump fueled the violent siege on the Capitol final January 6, supposed to cease the Electoral College certification of Joe Biden’s victory. Fallout from conspiracy theories has included dying threats and harassment directed towards election officers. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett talks with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (whom Trump tried to stress to “find” sufficient votes that may win him the state), and with different officers who worry denying the outcomes of elections is chipping away on the integrity of our democracy.

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ART: Artist Judy Chicago on making a reputation for herself | Watch Video
She’s been an inventive chameleon for greater than six a long time. Now, at 82, Judy Chicago is being celebrated together with her first career retrospective, at San Francisco’s de Young Museum. Correspondent Martha Teichner talked with Chicago about how she gave up being like “one of the boys” in a male-dominated artwork world, to forge her personal identification; her landmark piece, “The Dinner Party”; and the next work that has outlined her as an artist of surprising breadth.

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IN MEMORIAM: Betty White: A glance again in laughter | Watch Video
Actress Betty White, star of such basic sitcoms as “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and The Golden Girls,” and winner of five primetime Emmy Awards, has died at the young age of 99. Correspondent Mo Rocca has a remembrance.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2021
     

HARTMAN: Good deeds from a mom’s love (Video)
After experiencing the loss of a kid, Liam, a preemie who died at simply 5 weeks, Mattie Mitchell has been the unseen hand behind an untold variety of joyful surprises in Nashville, Tennessee. In the ten years since she fashioned the nonprofit Liam Changed the World, Mitchell has carried out a whole lot of fine deeds, every time reuniting in spirit together with her son. Steve Hartman studies.

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JUSTICE: Jan. 6 investigator Jamie Raskin: “I’m not gonna see American democracy go down the tubes” | Watch Video
The Maryland Democrat witnessed the assault on Congress by insurrectionists on January 6, 2021, however he’d already skilled an excellent darker day, when his 25-year-old son, Thomas, took his personal life. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Jamie Raskin concerning the ache of that loss; his new e book, “Unthinkable”; and his willpower to carry accountable these liable for an tried coup.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers a number of the notable figures who left us this week, together with NFL Hall of Fame coach and veteran sportscaster John Madden.       


U.S.: Oysters: The pearls of Cape Cod (Video)
In the chilliness of winter, when most vacationers have migrated, you may discover skilled and newbie shellfishers alike uncovering oysters from the waters of Cape Cod Bay. Correspondent Seth Doane returns residence to Massachusetts, the place his father, Paul, an Eleventh-generation Cape Codder, harvests oysters by the bucket within the city of Wellfleet, to be shared with pals and household in the course of the vacation season.

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COMMENTARY: Gen. Steve Anderson on January 6 and the “domestic cancer” threatening American democracy | Watch Video
The retired brigadier basic displays on defending our nation from all enemies, international and home, together with those that attacked Congress and help Trump’s “Big Lie,” a lot of whom have ties to the U.S. army.

ON BROADWAY: Hugh Jackman: The return of “The Music Man” | Watch Video
For Tony Award-winner Hugh Jackman, who has returned to Broadway within the revival of “The Music Man,” being a chronically good man is extra than simply an act (regardless that he does have a bit of Professor Harold Hill in him). He talks with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley about his youthful drive to look on stage; and about making connections – whether or not it is with an viewers, a dance associate, or a father battling Alzheimer’s.

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MUSIC: The transformation of Lil Nas X | Watch Video
He had a success along with his breakout single “Old Town Road,” a couple of horse-loving hip hop cowboy. But for his debut album, Lil Nas X wrote songs about his actual life as a homosexual man, and referred to as the album by his actual first identify, “Montero.” The multiple-Grammy-nominee talked with correspondent Tracy Smith about reinventing himself, as his true self. 

WEB EXTRA: Lil Nas X dresses up (YouTube Video)

WEB EXTRA: Lil Nas X on nudity: “Our bodies are art” (YouTube Video)

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COMMENTARY: Jim Gaffigan on 2022: The future is right here! | Watch Video
The comic’s oldest baby is nearly a highschool graduate – which implies time is taking part in methods on us.

      
NATURE: Monarchs (Extended Video)
We go away you this Sunday morning with Monarch Butterflies in Pacific Grove, California. Videographer: Lance Millbrand. 

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MOVIES: The 10 greatest movies of 2021
Extraordinarily bold dramas and spellbinding documentaries are among the many year’s most memorable motion pictures, that includes peerless performances, timeless music, touching humanity and apocalyptic satire. CBSNews.com’s David Morgan provides his picks. 


The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning” is broadcast on CBS Sundays starting at 9:00 a.m. ET. Executive producer is Rand Morrison.

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