Correspondent David Pogue talks with singers about the joy of singing "golden oldies" by such composers as Bowie and Springsteen, in this update of a story originally presented on "Sunday Morning" on December 20, Correspondent David Pogue explores how companies are working to create ways to clean up space before disaster happens.
Correspondent Ben Tracy talks with Emanuele Azzaretto, co-founder of Ocean Fathoms, about laying down fine wines in the murky depths, where bottles retain their bouquet — and gain an artful flourish of sea shell adornments. MUSIC: Red Rocks: Nature's perfect music stage Watch Video Outside of Denver is one of America's most iconic music venues: a naturally-formed amphitheatre, millions of years in the making, that is today a stunning setting for concerts and yoga sessions.
BOOKS: Collecting the words of Jim Morrison Watch Video When the lead singer of The Doors, Jim Morrison, died in at age 27, he left behind boxes filled with poetry, journals, and handwritten lyrics of what would become some of the era's most memorable songs. Listen to audio of Jim Morrison reciting his work. Dave Severance, commander of the Marine regiment that raised the U. Correspondent Mo Rocca tiptoes through the hydrangeas, and talks with aficionados to learn the secrets to growing these showy summer shrubs.
This story was originally broadcast on August 23, An earlier version of this story was originally broadcast on November 29, ART: Ancient sculptures reveal their true colors Watch Video Greek and Roman marble antiquities have traditionally been viewed as white, but recent scientific studies have shown that they were often painted with bright colors — a fact little discussed among art historians. Correspondent Martha Teichner explores how an accidental "whitewashing" of history has colored our view of ancient art.
Videographer: Lance Milbrand. But the closing of mines, and their distinction of being home to one of the nation's largest Superfund sites, have long cast a shadow over the place. Last summer the residents of Butte turned a corner in their efforts to reverse environmental damage and be delisted as a Superfund site.
Correspondent Luke Burbank reports on how the town's past is informing its march forward. Correspondent Liz Trotta reported on the economic hardships facing thousands of out-of-work miners in this "Sunday Morning" story originally broadcast September 4, BOOKS: Alexander Vindman on truth and its consequences Watch Video Twin brothers Alexander and Eugene Vindman, brought to America by their Ukrainian father, had stellar military careers in their adopted country, until Alexander filed a complaint against President Trump for impropriety in his phone call with the Ukrainian president and later testified at Trump's first impeachment hearing.
Jane Album) looks back on the life of Popeil, who died this week at the age of In this "Sunday Morning" profile originally broadcast on January 9,correspondent Bill Geist talked with Popeil about his rise from demonstrating inventions at lunch counters, to mastering the airwaves with his informercials for the Veg-O-Matic, the Pocket Fisherman, and countless other devices you just couldn't live without.
HISTORY: The history of anti-Asian hate crimes Album) America Watch Video While hate crimes in this country increased last year by two percent overall, hate crimes against Americans of Asian and Pacific Island descent rose by percent, with the Trump administration's use of racist rhetoric during the pandemic blamed by some for the rise in violence.
History shows that Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders have had to weather this wave of discrimination and scapegoating many times before. This is no longer your grandmother's MTV! Hudson talks with contributor Kelefa Sanneh about paying tribute to the Queen of Soul with her performance in the new biopic, "Respect.
ART: The artist Wyland and his "whaling walls" Watch Video The artist known as Wyland has painted more than murals around the globe featuring life-sized depictions of whales and other sea life. Correspondent Tracy Smith joined Wyland as he touched up a mural in Seattle, to discuss his creation of what has come to be a worldwide aquatic gallery — each artwork a public love letter to the ocean and its inhabitants. Videographer: Kevin Kjergaard. Doctors thought Haendel was in a vegetative state and would soon die, but the one-time chef was very much awake and conscious, suffering from locked-in syndrome — a purgatory between life and death.
Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Haendel about his extraordinarily rare medical trauma, and about his remarkable recovery. Correspondent Conor Knighton reports on the park's past and present, just in time for their 50th anniversary season. But Johnson hasn't stopped there. Originally broadcast on May 21, ART: Artist Alice Neel, a collector of souls Watch Video While the art world was celebrating abstract expressionism and other avant-garde movements, American artist Alice Neel captured humanity in her radical figurative paintings that revealed the complexity and dignity of her often-overlooked subjects.
Correspondent David Pogue rides a rollercoaster of history in exploring the allure of the New York seaside resort. When Emily Beineman was jogging with her dog past a funeral home, Raelynn proudly asked her if she'd like to meet her dad, who was lying inside.
Unsure, Beineman followed her gut, and followed Raelynn down the aisle. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports on how an act of kindness has bonded the two together. She talked with correspondent Tracy Smith about seeking change in front of, and behind, the camera; playing an athlete and becoming one ; and what she'd like her headstone to read.
CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook who describes himself as "direction-challenged" shares tips from experts about how better to steer ourselves through uncharted territory — and get back again. Videographer: Michael Clark. Correspondent Ben Tracy talks with scientists who say there is no quick or easy recovery, and with a California farmer whose livelihood is in danger.
But what does designation as a World Heritage Site actually mean for a glacier or coral reef, or a landmark like the Taj Mahal? Correspondent Conor Knighton treks for answers. Correspondent Mo Rocca reports. It's no wonder thousands of tourists turn out each year to witness the spectacle of nature's nightlife: a species of synchronous fireflies that flashes in unison. Correspondent Lee Cowan brings us a front row seat.
Originally broadcast on July 13, Lee Cowan reports. Watch Video "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with two Missouri men, Kevin Strickland and Lamar Johnson, who have served a combined 70 years in prison for murders most people now believe they did not commit. And yet, even though prosecutors have called for their release, innocence may not be enough to earn their freedom — both men are still behind bars.
So, what's going on in the state of Missouri? Petersburg, Fla. Today, he's providing impromptu therapy But. (Original Film Score) (CD, as a trusted confidant and counselor to whoever passes by, simply by demonstrating his skill at listening. Matt Damon talks with correspondent Seth Doane about making the critically-praised film; and how becoming a father of four daughters has changed him as an actor.
Now, she's ready for an in-person get-together — and a long-awaited chance to meet her newest granddaughter. Four years ago, he was Album) with ALS — amyotrophic lateral sclerosis — and given six months to live.
He's used that time to lobby for more research funds for dozens of clinical trials of promising drugs to combat ALS. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Wallach and his wife, Sandra Abrevaya, about their unceasing efforts to expand treatments for ALS patients; and with Chris Snow, whose use of a promising experimental ALS treatment has already more than doubled his life expectancy.
Now, after having cancelled nearly shows due to the pandemic, the 6,seat hall is reopening, filling a hole in Britain's cultural life. Correspondent Roxana Saberi reports. ART: Faith Ringgold's art of fearlessness and joy Watch Video Ninety-year-old artist Faith Ringgold is best-known for her story quilts — a patchwork of lush, colorful and daring images with a story written right onto the fabric.
Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with Ringgold, who for decades refused to bow to convention during her career as she stitched a vibrant tapestry of art, history and social commentary, currently featured in an exhibition at the Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Maryland.
Correspondent David Pogue explains the origin and volatility of the market for NFTs non-fungible tokensand why content creators and speculators are generating a digital gold rush. Now 97, he was looking for a proper Navy uniform in which to be buried, and found a Dunedin, Florida seamstress who happily enlisted in the project. Inexplicable to many, his death touched millions who knew him as an inspiring television presence. Now, a new documentary, "Roadrunner," explores the complexity of the man who seemed to have the world as his oyster.
Correspondent Jim Axelrod talks with filmmaker Morgan Neville, and with colleagues who discuss the extraordinary trajectory of Bourdain's life. NATURE: How hunters can aid the California condor's comeback Watch Video Scientists who are breeding the California condor in captivity and releasing them into the wild say the endangered bird faces a critical hazard: lead poisoning from hunters' ammunition used to fell game which this bird of prey may scavenge.
Correspondent Conor Knighton talks with conservationists who are promoting lead-free ammunition to protect the species' future. Videographer: Jaime McDonald. To watch an apple pie tutorial by Sarah Sanneh, click on the video player below:. Jane Pauley reports. Album) Nancy Giles talks with Emma's Torch founder Kerry Brodie, and with graduates of her program who are finding their path to the American Dream.
Originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" July 24, For residents of our nation's capital, it still is. Correspondent Mo Rocca looks at the issue of statehood for Washington, D.
Eventually, he not only forgot his wedding day — he forgot his wife. Lisa Marshall became just another nameless caretaker, their entire history together permanently erased. Until, Lisa says, all of a sudden Peter began "courting" her — and proposed. Videographer: Carl Mrozek. Correspondent Mark Strassmann reports.
Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with Shay Myers, a third-generation Oregon farmer who feels it's important that agricultural workers get their due. Correspondent Holly Williams reports on how the House of Windsor is trying to counter the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's narrative in the media with a new charm offensive by the family.
The festival had long been forgotten in the shadow of that other New York music festival, Woodstock. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with the park's proprietors, and with a Minnesota couple whose Wright-designed home was rescued by relocating it, piece by piece, to Pennsylvania. Thirty-five years later, the three were reunited, and recently participated in a memorial ceremony to bring closure about the family she'd lost. CBS News' John Dickerson attended that return taping, and talked with Colbert about what it means to perform comedy with or without a live audience.
He also spoke with Evie Colbert, who during the pandemic became her husband's live audience of one. S Supreme Court, on issues ranging from the disputed election and money in politics, to same-sex marriage and the children of illegal immigrants. But his stance has not always reflected traditional conservative doctrine. Olson talked with correspondent Mo Rocca about overcoming polarization, and about his marriage which demonstrates that opposites attract.
Videographer: Mauricio Handler. National Public Radio correspondent Allison Aubrey reports. What Nikic did next was even more herculean: taking the young fan under his wing and planting a dream. His only inheritance was his father's toolbox. Setting out to build a canoe from scratch using his father's tools, Preszler saw his project lead to life-changing realizations about self-discovery, reconciliation and forgiveness. The show, which features a largely LGBTQ cast, shines a light on a dark chapter that's been fading from memory.
Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab talks with the show's producer-writer, Russell T. Watch Video The comedian refuses to say what it is he hopes is "over," but he's optimistic that it is. Watch Video The median White household in the U. Experts say the gap was fostered by generations of enslavement, Jim Crow laws, discrimination and redlining. Correspondent Mark Whitaker explores the issue, and proposals to narrow the gap, including reparations and "baby bonds" or other race-neutral anti-poverty programs.
Spoiler alert: it doesn't! Check out our web producer David Morgan's recommendations below:. Supreme Court ruled, in Loving v. Virginia, that laws banning interracial marriage are unconstitutional. But that doesn't mean that the difficulties they face have disappeared. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with couples whose relationships and children still draw uncomfortable conversations about racism within families across every social and economic level, and about how their love ultimately conquers all.
To improve workplace safety, Amazon has been increasing its investment in robotic helpers to reduce injuries among its employees. With access granted for the first time ever, "Sunday Morning" correspondent David Pogue visited the company's secret technology facility near Seattle to observe some of the most advanced warehouse robots yet developed, and to experience how high-tech tools are being used to aid human workers.
Correspondent Jim Axelrod visited a recent exhibition of highlights from one collector's massive library of 83, magazines dating back as far as the s, to see how writers and photographers opened the world to the reading public.
To watch a trailer for "In the Heights" click on the video player below:. Lee Bailey: An appreciation Watch Video The lawyer famed for high-profile defendants died last week at age There's just one problem: Flamin' Hot Cheetos were already on store shelves. Montanez talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about how this snack food creation story has become as messy as the chips' orange coating.
What happened next could only be described as a true fairy tale ending. Stephen King talks with "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley about maintaining his prodigious output; what his early success with "Carrie" meant for his mother; and how a box left behind by his late father changed the course of his life. To watch a trailer for "Lisey's Story" click on the video player below:. You can book a goat from the Cronkshaw Fold Farm in England to crash your online business meeting, because who wouldn't rather watch a cute baby goat?
Correspondent Imitiaz Tyab talks with the farmer whose affection for silliness has made mini-celebrities of her caprine charges. Videographer: James Napoli. In our special edition June 6, "Sunday Morning" explores issues of policing in America and around the world.
COVER STORY: Police speak on rebuilding the public trust Watch Video "Sunday Morning" senior contributor Ted Koppel sits down with police officers from across the country for a street-level view of the issues they face, from anti-police sentiment and the pressures of an arduous work environment, to the price paid by all officers for the actions of bad cops, and learns how one group of officers in Charleston, S.
Watch Video Compared to police in Europe, U. Correspondent Seth Doane looks at how the approaches differ. Correspondent John Blackstone talks with members of the team, and with Mayor London Breed, about the goals of the new initiative.
Miyares, national president of Concerns of Police Survivors COPSremembers the families and friends of law enforcement officers who are killed for doing their job. Now, he fears much of what he helped create is crumbling.
Yet, he tells correspondent Mark Whitaker, he has reasons to believe positive change remains possible. WORLD: Walking the beat in Japan, a "heaven for cops" Watch Video Japan's low crime rate may be traced in part to its homogenous society and gun-free culture, but also to the ways in which its police have pushed the envelope on community relations.
Correspondent Lucy Craft went on patrol with Tokyo's ubiquitous and helpful police officers, whose guns remain holstered, and whose job includes everything from listening to marital spats, to operating the world's largest lost-and-found. He tells correspondent Lee Cowan that he sees being a police officer as an extension of his ministry, and that he does not believe in lost causes. COVER STORY: The debate over the geographical center of North America Watch Video For years Rugby, North Dakota, a tiny spot on the prairie, had made a name for itself from its designation as the geographical center of the North American continent — that is, until a bar owner in the town of Robinson, about a hundred miles south, used some string and a globe to claim his town was the true center.
Correspondent Lee Cowan visited these unassuming contestants in a tectonic battle for bragging rights, and talked with a geography professor who, armed with latitudes, longitudes and algorithms, may have laid the question of center to rest. Correspondent Mo Rocca and his avatar explore the world of VR, passport not required.
Correspondent Rita Braver sits down with the year-old World War II veteran, who is taking his diagnosis of Stage 4 lung cancer in stride, and his wife, to talk about their continued public service.
VINTAGE: Yard sale finds: Treasures of the hunt Video While supply chain problems have created a backlog for new furniture, sales of vintage home furnishings, easily available online, has exploded. Correspondent Serena Altschul reports on what experts call the "circular economy," and how the internet is changing the nature of 'vintage' in the 21st century.
Hershel "Woody" Williams succeeded in destroying several heavily-defended machine-gun pillboxes, and was awarded the Medal of Honor. But his service to his country, and his gallantry, did not end there. Taps Across America is back this year, and correspondent Steve Hartman talked with some of the musicians, young and old, who will be participating. Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with the comedian and impressionist, now performing in Las Vegas, to talk about the presidents, movie stars and TV icons, like Johnny Carson, who have all been given the Rich Little treatment.
Will it ever become science fact? Correspondent Faith Salie explores the possibilities of taking a journey to the future, or the past, even without a souped-up DeLorean.
New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow talks about one of the most notorious massacres in American history and those who witnessed it.
Jane Pauley shares a few words in thanks. Jane Pauley hosts a special broadcast that explores home design, unique ways of living, how the pandemic has changed our homes, and what "hometown" means today.
As a result, competition for houses in smaller cities, like Boise, Idaho, has reached never-before-seen heights. Correspondent David Pogue talks with realtors across the country about their unprecedented sales, and with new homeowners whose migrations from larger metropolitan areas helped fuel a residential bull market. HISTORY: Showcasing the evolution of the home Watch Video London's Museum of the Home traces the evolution of domestic spaces from the s when "work at home" was remarkably common to the technological advancements of contemporary abodes.
Correspondent Mark Phillips pays a visit, and steps through time to explore how homes have — or have not — changed over the past several centuries.
Correspondent Ben Tracy visits the Austin-based Icon, where concrete structures can be quickly formed by machine — a habitat-building technology that may one day be used on the Moon and Mars. The castle has been in her family for 28 generations, and is now the featured setting for her TikTok vignettes, "The Castle Diary. She shares with "Sunday Morning" viewers her tips for organizing utensils and kitchen workspace. Correspondent Lee Cowan journeyed to Whittier to find out what it's like for virtually the entire population to live at the same address.
So, Mike Coffman, the mayor of Aurora, Colorado, sought to learn about the issue by living among the homeless for a week. Correspondent Kelefa Sanneh talked with Coffman, and with researchers who say they have a way to solve the problem of homelessness. DESIGN: The colorful world of Alexander Girard Video In a world accustomed to straight lines, cold, shiny surfaces, and grey and black hues, architect and designer Alexander Girard — turned to bright colors, But.
(Original Film Score) (CD textures and sensuous shapes. Correspondent Mo Rocca visited the Palm Springs Art Museum in California, which recently hosted an exhibition celebrating Girard's iconic designs for homes, offices, restaurants, and even an airline.
Correspondent David Pogue reports on how, as the scientific community continues to question the legitimacy of possible alien visitations, the government's attention toward UFOs has become more serious. Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab reports from Tel Aviv. Correspondent Mo Rocca travels to Georgetown, Ky. Correspondent Jim Axelrod talks with Leonnig; former agent Jonathan Wackrow, who served 14 years with the Secret Service; and former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, about the challenges facing the Service, including a major one: transparency.
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Correspondent Chip Reid talks with entomologists about the cicadas' cycle, and how their protein can satiate the appetites of predators and cookie lovers. Over the past several months, the war has gone viral on social media, and skirmishes are flaring up as far away as Ontario, Canada. Sign war correspondent Steve Hartman reports. Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Ewan McGregor about how he prepared for the role; his familiarity with his character's addiction; and about returning to the "Star Wars" universe in a new TV series.
To watch a trailer for the Netflix series "Halston" click on the video player below:. JUSTICE: The unapologetic Ben Crump Watch Video The civil rights lawyer who has sought justice for victims of police brutality and civil rights abuses talks with "Sunday Morning" special contributor Ted Koppel about his pursuit of liberty and justice against what he calls "legalized genocide," and his battle against the "enemies of equality.
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows. Mexico displays pre-Hispanic artifacts recovered from abroad Two Mexican museums have opened a massive show of 1, pre-Hispanic artifacts, more than half of which were recovered from abroad. Forever a rolling stone: Dylan going on tour — through Bob Dylan is nothing if not confident. Valentino says it with flowers at Paris Fashion Week show Valentino gave its pared down fashion audience a taste of real Parisian life on Friday.
Alex Jones loses lawsuits over Sandy Hook 'hoax' conspiracy A Texas judge has found Infowars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones liable for damages in three defamation lawsuits related to his claims that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a hoax. In his dad's footsteps, Michael Gandolfini finds his own way Michael Gandolfini's face is thinner. John Richardson's final Picasso book arrives in November Few books have been more anticipated among art lovers.
Marie Osmond takes singing career in new symphonic direction The coronavirus pandemic brought the world to a halt. Britney's father is out, but scrutiny of him just beginning Britney Spears and her attorney have successfully driven her father from the conservatorship that runs her life and controls her money.
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