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Tracy Smith (journalist)

American journalist

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Tracy Smith is a CBS News correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning and 48 Hours. Smith is a former Channel One News anchor and correspondent. She served as both co-anchor of the Saturday Early Show and a national correspondent for The Early Show from August 2005 through May 2007. Smith was succeeded by Maggie Rodriguez.

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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 12/1

This 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..
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Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce on "The Two Popes"

In 2013 the unthinkable happened: a pope resigned, and another became head of the Vatican. For the first time in six centuries, the Catholic Church had two popes. The new film "The Two Popes" imagines..
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Jon Bon Jovi on feeding the community

Rocker Jon Bon Jovi made a career out of filling stadiums with cheering fans, and now he's using that appeal – and his own financial resources – to help feed the homeless and needy through his JBJ..
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Recipe: Cranberry Mold (from Tracy Smith)

The "Sunday Morning" correspondent has a nutty take on cranberries
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Damon and Bale in "Ford v. Ferrari"

In the 1960s, Ford Motor Company embarked on building a supercar that could beat the Italian automaker Ferrari at one of the world's most prestigious car races, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. That effort..
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New hope for children with cancer

They're miracles in small packages. Nearly 16,000 kids worldwide are diagnosed with cancer every year, but their odds of beating it have never been better. Tracy Smith reports on the advances being..
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Norman Lear on casting Archie Bunker

In this web exclusive, legendary TV producer Norman Lear tells Tracy Smith about what happened when, during his search for an actor to star in his classic sitcom "All in the Family," he came up with..
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Many happy returns

Some retailers and online shopping sites have very liberal return policies - even taking back merchandise they can't sell again - in order to ensure happy customers. Tracy Smith examines why the return..
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Sunday Profile: Ray Romano

Correspondent Tracy Smith catches up with actor-comedian Ray Romano, now starring in the series "Get Shorty."
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Pink on her concert acrobatics

In this web exclusive, the singer Pink explains to correspondent Tracy Smith why she began incorporating aerial dances into her concert performances, and her trainer's very particular way of preparing..
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"Get Out" writer-director Jordan Peele on race today

One-half of the duo Key & Peele, Jordan Peele has burst beyond the sketch comedy universe with one of the year's most critically-acclaimed films: "Get Out," a satirical horror film in which a black man..
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Judd Apatow: Back to standup

Tracy Smith sits down with producer and comedian Judd Apatow, who - after producing and directing a string of successful movies and TV shows - is returning to standup comedy.
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Preview: Judd Apatow on the coming "tidal wave" of sexual harassment revelations

In an interview to be broadcast on "Sunday Morning," producer, writer and comedian Judd Apatow talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about how he believes recent revelations of sexual harassment in..
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Students with autism make music with iPads

For years Adam Goldberg, a classical pianist who teaches music at a school in Queens, New York, struggled to break through to his students who have serious learning disabilities, such as autism, until..
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Sean Penn, author

After nearly 40 years in the entertainment business, and earning some of the industry's top honors, actor-director-writer Sean Penn tells Tracy Smith the thrill is gone -- he doesn't enjoy acting these..
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Funding the search for a cancer cure

Rider and Victoria McDowell made a fortune together, and produced real riches with the birth of three boys. But five years ago their son Errol was diagnosed with medulloblastoma, a rare brain cancer...
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Pauley Perrette says goodbye to Abby on "NCIS"

Actress Pauley Perrette's character from the series "NCIS," Forensic Specialist Abby Sciuto, is one of the best-loved crimefighters on TV. But now, Pauley's decided to leave the show, and after 15..
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Paul Rudd, the tiny superhero with a big heart

Tracy Smith spends time with actor Paul Rudd, star of the upcoming Marvel adventure, "Ant-Man and the Wasp," and also the superhero behind the Big Slick celebrity fundraising weekend benefiting Mercy..
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"Eighth Grade" star Elsie Fisher: Social media has "made me more anxious"

In Bo Burnham's new dramedy, "Eighth Grade," Elsie Fisher stars as Kayla, a painfully shy 13-year old stumbling through her last week of middle school, while spending a good chunk of her day online,..
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How social media makes adolescence even harder

The new dramedy "Eighth Grade," about a painfully shy 13-year old stumbling through her last week of middle school, is the first film for writer-director Bo Burnham and for its young star, Elsie..
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The Go-Go's: Breaking barriers

Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with The Go-Go's, arguably the most successful all-female band in rock 'n' roll history. Four of the five members – Charlotte Caffey, Belinda Carlisle, Kathy..
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How the Go-Go's got their name

In this web exclusive, correspondent Tracy Smith asked one of the most successful all-female rock 'n' roll bands in history how they came up with their distinctive name. (And don't even start with the..
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The Go-Go's: Being an all-girl band "emboldened us"

Tracy Smith sits down with Charlotte Caffey, Belinda Carlisle, Kathy Valentine and Jane Wiedlin or The Go-Go's, arguably the most successful all-female band in rock 'n' roll history, to talk about..
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Jimmy Kimmel gets serious

TV host Jimmy Kimmel was always the lovable frat boy of late-night, often more playful than political. But Kimmel put comedy on hold when his on-air story about his son's fight for life became a call..
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Louise Brown on growing up the first test tube baby

In 1979, Louise Brown was the first child born through the use of in vitro fertilization, or IVF. In this web exclusive she talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about what it was like growing up as the..
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Hank Greely on "The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction"

In this web exclusive, correspondent Tracy Smith talks with professor Hank Greely, director of Stanford University's Center for Law and the Biosciences and author of "The End of Sex and the Future of..
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What CRISPR may mean for human reproduction

In this web exclusive, correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Marcy Darnovsky, head of the Center for Genetics and Society, about her fears involving the revolutionary gene editing tool known as CRISPR.
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Pizza by the deaf

Mozzeria is ranked among the top pizza places in San Francisco, and it is also notable for being entirely owned and operated by people who are deaf. Tracy Smith reports.
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A Look Back: Stories with heart

Tracy Smith explores a "Sunday Morning" specialty: stories spotlighting people great and small at their best.
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Linda Ronstadt speaks

In a revealing interview, the legendary singer-songwriter Linda Ronstadt opens up to Tracy Smith about her career, the loss of her singing voice, and living with Parkinson's. She also talks about the..
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Preview: Linda Ronstadt on her legacy

In an interview to air on "Sunday Morning" February 3, singer Linda Ronstadt talks with Tracy Smith about her catalogue of songs, some of which she holds in less than high regard.
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Take Note: Brandi Carlile

Long a best-kept secret, the favorite musician of the "cool kids" has been preparing for her time in the spotlight her whole life. Tracy Smith talks with Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile..
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Emilia Clarke on "Games of Thrones"

As Danerys Taergaryn on "Game of Thrones," Emilia Clarke plays a character who can walk through fire. And the actress has found that, in some ways, she can, too. She tells correspondent Tracy Smith..
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You want to be in pictures?

There's perhaps never been a better time for aspiring thespians, given the demand for actors from new streaming platforms beyond movies and broadcast TV. But what does it take to become a star? Tracy..
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"Ain't Too Proud": Bringing The Temptations' sounds to Broadway

Tracy Smith visits the cast and creators behind the new musical "Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations," which recreates the music of the legendary Motown group, and talks with Otis..
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"My Girl," a capella, from "Ain't Too Proud"

"Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations" is a new musical bringing the story of the Motown group to Broadway. In this exclusive video ahead of the wide release of the show's cast album..
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"To Kill a Mockingbird": Lessons for today

Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about racism in the Deep South has been a perennial read in grade school, an Academy Award-winning film, and now a critically-lauded play on Broadway. Tracy..
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Kris Jenner on the family business

You might say the Kardashians changed the way we look at money and fame. Tracy Smith sits down with Kris Jenner, the woman who literally gave birth to the most influential family of celebrities on the..
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How Howard Stern became a new man

Over the past 13 years, Howard Stern helped SiriusXM satellite radio grow from a fledgling experiment into a 33 million-subscriber empire. But Stern, who made a name for himself as a potty-mouthed..
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Brunello Cucinelli: A fashion for industry

In a country where thousands of little towns are being deserted, one village is thriving, mainly due to the work of one extraordinary man: designer Brunello Cucinelli. His company, which makes some of..
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Jonas Brothers rock "CBS Sunday Morning"

On Sunday, June 2, the Jonas Brothers sit down with "CBS Sunday Morning's" Tracy Smith to divulge all the details on their new music, new tour and long-awaited comeback.
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"Toy Story 4" star Tim Allen on comedy and tragedy

Comedian Tim Allen, star of the hit sitcom "Home improvement" and the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the "Toy Story" animated films, talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about the difficult past (including..
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The Jonas Brothers: A little older, wiser, and happier than ever

The Jonas Brothers' "Sucker" has been rocking the airwaves as their first-ever #1 hit. But the brothers – Nick, Kevin and Joe – have traveled long paths, both together and solo, since coming onto..
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The seamstresses who fashioned Apollo's spacesuits

When NASA needed a lunar spacesuit for the Apollo astronauts, they turned to the International Latex Corporation, and a cadre of women who normally sewed latex bras and girdles, to create a softer,..
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Keeping up with Kris Jenner

You might say the Kardashians changed the way we look at money and fame. Tracy Smith sits down with Kris Jenner, the woman who literally gave birth to the most influential family of celebrities on the..
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Backstreet Boys-mania

If you were alive in the '90s, you probably know the phenomenon called the Backstreet Boys – a frenzy some compared to Beatlemania. With more than 130 million records sold worldwide, they remain the..
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Extended Video: Lizzo

Her real name is Melissa Jefferson, but she's known by her childhood nickname, Lizzo, and you might say this has been her year. She's still riding the wave of an acclaimed new album, "Cuz I Love You";..
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For The Record: Lizzo

Melissa Jefferson, who's known by her childhood nickname, Lizzo, has been having quite a year. She's still riding the wave of an acclaimed new album, "Cuz I Love You"; and this summer she had the #1..
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Lizzo: Comments on my size are like "mosquito bites"

In this preview from Tracy Smith's interview with the singer to be broadcast on "CBS Sunday Morning" October 6, Lizzo describes the cumulative effect of "well-meaning" comments regarding her size.
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Investigating a murder in California wine country

CBS News correspondent Tracy Smith shares her personal connection to California's Napa Valley and what drew her to investigate this week's "48 Hours" -- a story about ambition, greed and, ultimately,..
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