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Phil Collins: From workaholic to alcoholic
00:46 — In this preview of a profile to be broadcast on "Sunday Morning," pop star Phil Collins talks with Jim Axelrod about how his success fueled a drive to (more…)
Nixon Presidential Library re-opens
03:05 — Visitors to the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California, are looking back with new perspective this weekend. John Bla (more…)
Almanac: Marie Antoinette
01:46 — October 16, 1793, was the day a notorious royal lost her head - literally. Jane Pauley reports on the fate of Marie Antoinette, the deposed Queen of F (more…)
Nature: Whale sharks
06:00 — We leave you this Sunday Morning among whale sharks feasting on tuna eggs in the waters off Isla Mujeres, a Mexican island in the Caribbean. Videograp (more…)
Canada's message to America
01:34 — What do Canadians think about the U.S.? A video which comes to us compliments of Toronto ad agency The Garden Collective is quite complimentary.
Jim Gaffigan on moving to Canada
02:36 — Thinking of leaving for Canada if your presidential candidate is defeated? Comedian Jim Gaffigan has some thoughts about that.
Inside SC Johnson
08:11 — Five generations of Johnsons have led the $10 billion-a-year SC Johnson, making it one of the oldest family-owned businesses in America. Lee Cowan goe (more…)
Campaign bumper stickers
06:00 — Campaign bumper stickers are part of a hallowed, if sometimes raucous, election tradition. Martha Teichner visits collectors of campaign memorabilia, (more…)
Presidential Cookie Bake-Off
02:37 — Who will win the Election Year tradition, the Presidential Cookie Bake-off? Faith Sale puts Melania Trump's Star Cookies and the Clinton Family's Choc (more…)
"Sex and the City" star Sarah Jessica Parker now goes through "Divorce"
08:53 — Sarah Jessica Parker played a romance-seeking Manhattanite in the classic TV series "Sex and the City." So what can we expect from her latest role, in (more…)
Bill Flanagan on "Oldchella"
02:35 — Newly-named Nobel Laureate for literature Bob Dylan is just one of the legends performing this month at the Desert Trip music festival in Indino, Cali (more…)
The call to Hispanic voters
10:19 — With three weeks to go before Election Day, candidates are urging their supporters to get out and vote - especially when it comes to members of a very (more…)
Ron Howard on The Beatles' "rocketship ride"
02:25 — The Oscar-winning director talks about his new documentary on the Fab Four's touring days, "Eight Days a Week."
Calendar: Week of Oct. 10
01:03 — From National Fossil Day to an anniversary for Winnie-the-Pooh, "Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events for the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: The calliope
01:33 — October 9th, 1855, 161 years ago today, was a day for music lovers to really let off steam. For that was the day the calliope - in which steam forced (more…)
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks
09:53 — Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is speaking out in a new book, "My Own Words" - and she shared a few words with "Sunday Morning" host Jane P (more…)
Passage: Jane Pauley returns to morning TV
02:00 — This week marks the 40th anniversary of the day a young newswoman from Indiana took her place as co-anchor of the "Today" show. And now, almost 40 yea (more…)
Nature: Sandhill cranes
01:59 — We leave you this Sunday morning in Indiana, among the sandhill cranes at the Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area in Medaryville. Videographer: Jami (more…)
Ben Stein: Time for Trump to go
01:48 — To the ranks of conservative Republicans weighing in on the latest Donald Trump revelations, you can add our contributor Ben Stein.
Tooting his own horn
02:27 — David Bilger, a musician with the Philadelphia Orchestra, has been mentoring 17-year-old Baset Azizi, even though Baset lives 7,000 miles away, in Kab (more…)
On the Trail: Crater Lake's Old Man
03:49 — Conor Knighton ran into quite a mystery at his latest stop on his tour of America's National Parks. At Crater Lake National Park in Oregon, he discove (more…)
The placebo effect
07:27 — Can a pill actually cure an ailment, even if that pill contains no cure? Doctors and medical researchers have discovered unexpected results from givin (more…)
Postcard from Japan: Caring for bonsai
04:27 — They can grow for centuries, and are designed to evoke the majesty of nature, in miniature - small wonder that experts will spend a lifetime perfectin (more…)
Q&A: Nick Nolte
08:00 — Actor Nick Nolte has been known to play some tough-talking characters in his time. These days he's playing a tough-talking former President on the TV (more…)
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  • Birth Name: Charles Osgood Wood III
  • Birth Place: The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
  • Profession: Journalist, Author

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