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Seth Doane is an American television journalist, working for CBS News.
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Israel votes in third general election in less than a yearIsraelis are going to the polls for an unprecedented third time in less than a year. Today's ballot hopes to break the logjam that has seen Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and opposition leader Benny..
China's super smog: Gov't official calls Beijing pollution "unbearable"Beijing is suffering through a week of dangerous air pollution levels. One man is taking the Chinese government to court because of all the smog. Seth Doane reports on the nation's pollution problems.
Chinese New Year: Year of the Horse celebrations beginThe lunar New Year is underway around the world with millions of people celebrating. Seth Doane reports on how China celebrates the occasion.
Fukushima: A rare look inside the nuclear plant three years after quakeThe dangerous cleanup work continues at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan. Seth Doane goes inside for a rare tour of the facility, which is still putting out radiation after being hit by a massive..
Inside Fukushima: Radiation cleanup could take decadesSeth Doane goes inside the damaged nuclear plant in Fukushima, Japan, where the company that owns the plant crippled in a 2011 tsunami is still struggling to deal with the disaster. It's estimated the..
12/16: NSA phone data collection likely unconstitutional, judge rules; Inside China's cockroach farming boomA federal judge in Washington said the author of the Constitution "would be aghast" at the NSA's collection of phone records of millions of Americans; and, cockroach farming is big business in China,..
North Korean leader ousts confidantNorth Korean leader Kim Jong Un just got rid of one of the highest ranking members of his inner circle, his uncle. Seth Doane reports.
China tests ban on homework to the delight of studentsChina has proposed changes that would cut back on -- and, in some cases, ban -- homework for students and eliminate standardized tests in lower grades. High school seniors say the academic pressure is..
Tacloban begins to rebuild typhoon-shattered townsThe city of Tacloban, one of the hardest hit by Typhoon Haiyan, has started to limp back to life. But food and water is still scarce, and residents are waiting hours for medical care. The first aid..
Typhoon Haiyan leaves 2 million homelessThe official death toll in the Philippines from Typhoon Haiyan is approaching 4,000 and 1,100 people are listed as missing. The U.N. estimates the storm has left as many as 2 million people homeless,..
School becomes shelter for typhoon victimsIn the typhoon-ravaged city of Tacloban in the Philippines, at least a thousand people who lost their homes are seeking refuge at a school where they are beginning to receive desperately needed food..
Scope of Typhoon Haiyan destruction still unclearCBS News' Seth Doane reports from Beijing on the varying reports of destruction from the deadly typhoon that struck southeast Asia.
Super typhoon Haiyan: Philippines slammed by record-breaking stormOne of the most powerful typhoons in history made landfall over the Philippines packing winds of more than 200 miles per hour. At least four people are dead, and more than 700,000 people were evacuated..
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 8/2Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue checks up on why nearly half of Americans are believed to be living without high-speed internet access. Plus: Mo Rocca sits down with actress and..
The flavorful story of vanillaWith so many of us staying at home these days and spending more time in the kitchen, vanilla sales, of all things, are booming. Correspondent Seth Doane travels to the island of Madagascar – which..
Vanilla, the spice of lifeIn this web extra video, correspondent Seth Doane visits Madagascar, the world's largest vanilla producer, and learns about processing vanilla beans at the Madagascar Spices Company in Ampandrozonana...
All her sons: The Cemetery AngelWhen the AIDS crisis hit in the 1980s, Ruth Coker Burks – who'd inherited 262 plots in a family cemetery in Hot Springs, Arkansas – became a mother of sorts to countless sons, many abandoned by..
Prosecco vineyards threatened by climate changeThanksgiving means turkey for a lot of people, but many try to pair it with a nice bottle of bubbly. There is a world of sparkling choices, and Prosecco from Italy is a best seller. Drought and erratic..
Climate change is threatening Prosecco vineyardsClimate change is creating new challenges for the production of the popular sparkling wine Prosecco. Seth Doane traveled to Mansue, Italy to see how they're working to make sure warmer temperatures do..
Fisherman are joining a "fishing for plastic" project to help clean the oceansPlastics are the most common form of garbage found in the world's oceans. According to the World Economic Forum, the amount of plastic dumped into oceans is equal to a full garbage truck of plastic..
Homes in Sicily, Italy, sold for one euro — with a catchIn parts of Italy, homes are practically being given away with a price tag of one euro. But the deal comes with a catch. Seth Doane reports.
Trump's tariffs are about to make some of your favorite European products a lot pricierThe Trump administration imposed a fresh round of tariffs on European goods Friday that will affect $7.5 billion worth of products, including wine, liquor and parmesan cheese. In Italy, cheese..
Will Pope Francis allow priest in the Amazon to marry?In a CBS News poll, nearly 70% of Catholic Americans say they favor letting Catholic priests marry, while 25% remain opposed. The push for married priests could become a reality in a remote part of the..
U.S. embassy in Jerusalem opening Monday amid tense Israeli-Palestinian relationsCBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane reports from Jerusalem, where the official opening of the new U.S. embassy threatens to make relations even worse between Israelis and Palestinians.
Pope Francis will hold summit in 2019 on sexual abuse controversyCBS News' foreign correspondent Seth Doane reports from Rome on the controversy over charges of sexual abuse by priests and allegations of cover-ups in the Catholic Church in 2018.
Bannon: Mueller report release will trigger "quite a vitriolic time"Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon spoke Saturday with CBS News Correspondent Seth Doane in Rome. More from Doane's interview will air Sunday on "Face the Nation" with Margaret Brennan.
Steve Bannon: Ongoing federal probes "greatest threat" to TrumpCBS News correspondent Seth Doane sat down with former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon in Rome. More from their interview airs Sunday on "Face the Nation" with Margaret Brennan.
Steve Bannon warns 2019 will be "a real meat grinder" for TrumpIn an interview with CBS News correspondent Seth Doane, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon says he expects 2019 to be the "most vitriolic year" in politics since the Civil War.
Bannon: Ann Coulter is doing a "good job" of holding Trump to his promisesFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon tells CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane that Ann Coulter's concern over President Trump's compromise on the appropriations bill is legitimate.
Bannon "surprised" by Democratic candidates' move to the leftFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon discusses the field of 2020 Democratic candidates with CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane.
Bannon: Trump should proceed with tariffs if China doesn't come to an agreementFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon tells CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane that President Trump should proceed with tariffs if the trade talks don't produce a deal before March 1.
Bannon: Trump, Pompeo have done a "tremendous job" with North KoreaFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon tells CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane the U.S. relationship with North Korea will not be solved overnight but President Trump is making..
Bannon expects Mueller report to be "pretty straightforward"Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon tells CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane he was not involved in Roger Stone’s communications with WikiLeaks.
Bannon: 2018 showed Trump's Twitter style doesn't appeal to everyoneFormer White House chief strategist Steve Bannon tells Seth Doane how President Trump could shift his "counter-punching style" to articulate important foreign policy and security issues.
What one Greenland town thinks of Trump's interest in buying the islandCBS News correspondent Seth Doane reports from Greenland, the autonomous Danish country that President Trump has expressed interest in purchasing.
Preserving mankind's food source in the Arctic tundraOn an island about halfway between Oslo and the North Pole is the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, an international effort to safeguard the sources of the world's food supply. The complex, built underneath..
Sardinia's virtual currencyOn the island of Sardinia, thousands of firms are not using traditional money to buy, sell, or pay salaries. They use Sardex, a virtual currency that allows businesses to earn and spend without relying..
Preview: Antonio BanderasThis week on "Sunday Morning": Actor Antonio Banderas takes Seth Doane on a tour of his hometown, Malaga, on the southern coast of Spain.
Balsamic vinegar, the "black gold" of Modena, ItalyIn the city of Modena, in northern Italian, balsamic vinegar has been produced for generations. Once used as a gift among nobility or as a wedding dowry, balsamic vinegar is now a favorite of food..
Where modern technology meets ancient artIn a Madrid workshop, the staff of Factum Arte uses scans of archaeological masterpieces to create exacting facsimiles that have both the look and feel of the originals. Seth Doane talks with Adam..
BTS rehearses choreography of "Boy With Luv"In this exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, "Sunday Morning" correspondent Seth Doane visited a Seoul rehearsal studio where members of the K-Pop band BTS were practicing the dance moves for their hit..
BTS, the Korean pop sensationOne of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") – the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. stadium; the first K-Pop group to present at the..
Say "Cheese!": Creating the perfect mozzarellaAt the organic cheesemaker Tenuta Vannulo, in southern Italy, the specialty is fresh buffalo mozzarella. Seth Doane checks out the process of creating a simply delicious cheese, and visits with..
Going nuts for NutellaThe rich chocolate-hazelnut creation, known to the world as Nutella, has been a staple for generations of local cooks. Seth Doane visited the Langhe region of Piedmont, Italy, where the rolling hills..
A perfect cup of espressoThe vibrant southern Italian city of Naples seems to run on espresso. Seth Doane explores the Neapolitan love of coffee with tour guide Marcello Uzzi at Caffè Gambrinus, and attends lessons at the..
View from the topAn hour from the Danish capital city of Copenhagen, visitors at an unusual spiraling walkway, meant to both stand out and blend in with the surrounding forest, can soar 14 stories high, above the..
Zelensky says there was "no blackmail" in call with TrumpUkraine President Zelensky denies he was ever pressured by President Trump during their controversial phone call. He fielded questions about the impeachment inquiry at a lengthy press conference in..
The Republican Ticket, Bastille Day Tragedy, Mountain Lions of L.A.Donald Trump and Gov. Mike Pence speak to Lesley Stahl in their first joint interview; Seth Doane reports from Nice, France; and, Bill Whitaker reports on the big cats some L.A. residents are calling..
Rapidly melting chunk of glacier near famed Mont Blanc at risk of collapseAs part of our Eye on Earth series, we go to Northern Italy, where a massive glacier near the famed Mont Blanc is at risk of collapse. Officials watching the melting glacier have triggered emergency..