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Former President Barack Obama sits down with CBS News after Joe Biden's projected victoryFormer President Barack Obama will sit down for interviews with Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes" and Gayle King for "CBS Sunday Morning" on Sunday, November 15, in what will be his first television..
Obama to be interviewed on "60 Minutes" and "CBS Sunday Morning"The former president will return to CBS News to speak with Gayle King for "CBS Sunday Morning," and Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes."
Jill Biden could become the only first lady to work paid job outside White HouseDr. Biden told "CBS Sunday Morning" in August that she would "love to" keep teaching if she became first lady.
Screen icon Sophia Loren on the unimportance of beautyPreview: The Academy Award-winner, starring in the new Netflix film "The Life Ahead," tells "CBS Sunday Morning" that it's "what you have to give inside of yourself" that makes for a "good life."
The 2020 presidential election reaches the homestretchWith just over a week to go until Election Day on November 3, "60 Minutes" correspondent John Dickerson joins "CBS Sunday Morning" with thoughts on what to consider when casting your ballot.
Rock star Stevie Nicks in her own wordsSuperstar Stevie Nicks has built up a devoted following over the course of her career, both as a member of rock band Fleetwood Mac and a solo artist in her own right. The celebrated musician sat down..
No bones about it: One kid's sweet relationship with a spooky buddySteve Hartman brings a special story to "CBS Sunday Morning" just in time for Halloween, though it's more sweet than scary.
COVID-19 nearly killed Grammy-winner Christopher CrossPreview: The singer-songwriter was paralyzed and in intensive care for what he tells "CBS Sunday Morning" were the worst 10 days of his life
Andrew Cuomo and daughters talk about life during the pandemicPreview: In an interview with "CBS Sunday Morning" the New York Governor says of Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis, "I think this says to everyone, this is real. You can get it. Even the President of the..
A "Sunday Morning" in Florence 5/19This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Jane Pauley, takes us to Tuscany, with stories on all things Italian – art and design, traditions and culture, fashion, food, music and entertainment, history..
Lady Gaga opens up about her struggles with mental health while recording her latest albumLady Gaga reveals to "CBS Sunday Morning's" Lee Cowan her struggles with mental health while recording her latest album, "Chromatica," and how her producer helped her through it. The full interview..
Lady Gaga on her stage persona and why she gave up on herselfPreview: In an interview with "CBS Sunday Morning" the musical icon says, "I hated being famous. I hated being a star. I felt exhausted and used up"
Paris Hilton on pretending to be a "Barbie airhead," to hide childhood traumaPreview: She tells "CBS Sunday Morning": "I'm not a dumb blonde. I'm just very good at pretending to be one"
"Sunday Morning" Matinee: "I Want You," from "Girl From The North Country""Girl From The North Country," a musical featuring the music of Bob Dylan, was the last show to open on Broadway prior to the shutdown in March due to the coronavirus outbreak. To express the show's..
Jane Pauley on recognizing depressionLow-grade depression can arrive out of the blue, and during these times of pandemic, the stresses of lockdown, family tensions and job loss can further challenge our mental well-being. "Sunday Morning"..
From the archives: Peter O'Toole talks "Macbeth"We remember Peter O'Toole, who died this past week at the age of 81, with this "Sunday Morning" report from September 21, 1980, in which Martha Teichner interviewed the actor, appearing then in a..
Three cheers for Pope FrancisTime Magazine named Pope Francis its "Person of the Year" for 2013, a choice heartily seconded by "Sunday Morning" contributor Nancy Giles.
Inside Mattel: Mo Rocca goes behind-the-scenes at toy makerMo Rocca shares a preview of his "Sunday Morning" story that takes a behind-the-scenes look at Mattel's center of operations in El Segundo, Calif.
Dr. Jill Biden tells "CBS Sunday Morning" she will continue to teach if her husband is elected presidentPreview: Vice president Joe Biden also talks with correspondent Rita Braver about his wife, their family, and grieving the loss of their son
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 12/1This week "Sunday Morning," with guest host Lee Cowan, features David Pogue's cover story on the next generation of GPS satellites. Plus: Cowan profiles the Shriners Hospitals for Children spokesperson..
From 1996: The secret world of John le CarréThe putative end of the Cold War didn't mark the end for master spy storyteller John le Carré, who continued to write thrilling bestsellers of international intrigue and duplicity. Mark Phillips..
Mo Rocca on the stories behind "Mobituaries""CBS Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca is asking key question about life and death in his new book, “Mobituaries: Great Lives Worth Reliving.” The book honors the lives of famed artists,..
Jimmy Carter's journey of faith"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley talks with former President Jimmy Carter, about her new book, "Faith: A Journey for All," and how faith has guided him - from the Sunday School classes he teaches at..
A tour of London history"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley explores the history of London, which grew from a Roman trading post to became the center of a global empire, and which today is a vibrant international capital of..
Preview: Robert Redford on retiring from actingIn an interview to be broadcast in the primetjme special "Sunday's Best: 40 Years of CBS Sunday Morning" on Friday, September 14, Academy Award-winning actor-director Robert Redford talks with Lee..
"CBS Sunday Morning" goes live on BroadwayIt was a night all about "CBS Sunday Morning." The number one Sunday morning news broadcast, which has begun its 40th season on air, held a live event at New York's historic Town Hall Monday evening...
"Doonesbury" cartoonist Garry TrudeauIn a first for "Sunday Morning," host Jane Pauley interviews her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Garry Trudeau, whose comic strip he started at Yale University in the 1960s, "Bull..
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"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus""Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley looks back at the original letter written to the editor of the New York back in 1897 by an eight-year-old girl who asked: "Is there a Santa Claus?"
A Look Back: A history of "Sunday Morning"Jane Pauley turns back the calendar to January 28, 1979, the very beginning of "Sunday Morning," and looks at how over the last four decades the broadcast has stayed true to Charles Kuralt's vision –..