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The story of modern Cuba
04:03 — At a dawn of a new era in U.S.-Cuba relations, discover the history of the island nation, from Cuban independence from Spain, to Fidel Castro's reign, (more…)
Despite hackers' threats, “The Interview� is released
02:43 — North Korea charges President Obama with being behind the release of the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, "The Interview," after Sony took their contro (more…)
Calendar: Week of January 5
01:13 — "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
Charles Spencer, Di's brother, is minding his manor
08:03 — The Spencer family estate, Althorp, is 13,000 acres of English farmland and forest spread roughly the size of Manhattan. Tracy Smith takes a tour of t (more…)
Chris Rosati proves the butterfly effect
02:52 — Rosati, who has ALS, first caught Steve Hartman’s attention by giving away donuts; he's gone on to have an effect on a much wider world stage, thank (more…)
Banjo duo Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn
07:31 — Husband-and-wife musicians Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn are incomparable artists when it comes to the banjo. They demonstrate their distinctive st (more…)
Charleston and the stain of racial violence
07:44 — Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the questions raised by the shocking massacre of nine people in a historic black church in Charleston, S.C., th (more…)
Rum: THE island spirit of choice
04:28 — Derived from sugar cane in the Caribbean, rum has become a major export - the spirit of choice for the islands, and for many land-locked Americans. Se (more…)
The challenge of feeding an army
05:13 — Words like “chowâ€? and “mess hallâ€? don’t do justice to the way soldiers eat these days. David Martin reports on how soldiers are eating at Fo (more…)
Passage: School shootings
01:24 — One day before the first anniversary of the deadly Sandy Hook massacre, a shooting at a Colorado high school left the shooter dead and another student (more…)
Almanac: YMCA
02:12 — On December 29, 1851, the Young Men’s Christian Association, also known as the YMCA, made its debut in America. The "Y" opportunities for Bible stud (more…)
Jim Gaffigan on why summer vacations stink
02:08 — The comedian and star of "The Jim Gaffigan Show" has issues with the traditional summer break.
How similar is Amy Schumer to her "Trainwreck" character?
01:07 — In her new sex comedy, "Trainwreck," Amy Schumer plays a woman whose life has a lot of dirty laundry. In this web extra she tells Mo Rocca that her sc (more…)
The history of Groundhog Day
01:12 — Charles Osgood offers the story of how a holiday marking the coming of Spring, featuring a hibernating animal, first made its appearance, and how ofte (more…)
On The Trail: Nature's hot tub
04:18 — As part of his cross-country journey celebrating the centennial year of the National Park Service, Conor Knighton visits our smallest National Park, a (more…)
Small Wonders: Q-Tips
02:40 — The Q-Tip hit the market in the 1920s as a tool for baby care. Since then, it's gone from wooden sticks to paper sticks, but one thing has never chang (more…)
A history of the America's Cup
02:28 — The most storied of sailing races, the America's Cup, first run in 1851, has seen countless changes over the years. Charles Osgood offers a look back (more…)
LEDs take skyscraper seasonal lighting to new heights
02:58 — Christmas lights may be inspired by the original Star of Bethlehem, but LED technology is pushing the boundaries of skyscraper lighting, both for the (more…)
The unlikely story behind "Diary of a Wimpy Kid"
06:37 — Rita Braver talks to the author of the best-selling book in the nation: "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul." It turns out, cartoonist Jeff Kinney's (more…)
Vintage doll doctor on call
05:21 — A New York carpenter's true labor of love is repairing vintage and antique dolls. Faith Salie visits the Taggerty Doll Clinic in Elmira, N.Y.
High school janitor goes above and beyond
02:09 — When a dedicated employee earns praise for "A Job Well Done," it isn't always for the job he or she officially holds. Steve Hartman has a heartening (more…)
Gabby Giffords speaks four years into her recovery
09:02 — Ex-Arizona congresswoman was targeted, while she was still in office, during assassination attempt that killed six others in January 2011; she and her (more…)
Calendar: Week of March 30, 2015
01:07 — A tribute to The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, April Fools' Day and Good Friday - just some fo the notable events this week. Charles Osgood reports.
To be thankful
02:16 — National Geographic photographer and "Sunday Morning" contributor Joel Sartore on the true meaning of the word "Thanksgiving."
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  • Premiered: January 28, 1979
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  • Premise: An elegantly low-key Sunday-morning fixture on CBS since 1979, this Peabody and Emmy-winning magazine provides news and features on myriad subjects, with an emphasis on the arts. Each episode ends with nature footage---the relaxing sights and sounds of bir… (more)

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