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Jane Pauley is an American television journalist and author, active in news reporting since 1972. She is the anchor of CBS Sunday Morning. Pauley previously held a 13-year position on NBC's Today program, followed by 12 years as co-host of Dateline NBC. She has publicly acknowledged her struggle with bipolar disorder.
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 10/18Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at how extreme weather events are bringing the issue of climate change home to more and more Americans. Plus: Serena Altschul talks with..
Sunday Summary: Trump, COVID in Europe, Hurricane DeltaJane Pauley presents the headlines this morning, from President Trump’s rally on the grounds of the White House, to Europe's feared second wave of coronavirus infections, to the 10th named storm to..
Mariah Carey and her vision of successWith a record 19 chart-topping hits, singer and songwriter Mariah Carey spun a bleak and scary childhood into gold and platinum. Now 50 and the devoted mother to nine-year-old twins, she talks with..
The New Season in theaterWith the “Great White Way” dark since March, audiences are awaiting the time when live theater, on Broadway and off, will be back. Jane Pauley looks at when theatrical productions will once again..
Mariah Carey opens upPreview: The superstar singer-songwriter talks with "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley about her childhood struggles, her new book, and her devoted fan base
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..
The New Season: New music releases"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley previews some of the most eagerly-awaited new releases this fall.
From 2016: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaksSupreme Court Justice Ruth Beder Ginsburg, a towering figure on the Supreme Court, died Friday, September 18 at age 87. In this "Sunday Morning" profile which originally aired October 9, 2016, she..
Passage: Sumner Redstone“Sunday Morning” looks back at the career of Sumner Redstone, a lawyer-turned-corporate mogul whose legacy includes ViacomCBS, who died this week at the age of 97. Jane Pauley reports.
Updates for "Sunday Morning" viewersJane Pauley has a few loose ends to attend to in these waning days of summer, including updates on stories and messages from our viewer mailbag.
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
James Taylor looks backLife these days is pretty sweet for James Taylor, the musician-songwriter famed for such hits as "Fire and Rain," "Carolina In My Mind" and "Sweet Baby James." Jane Pauley visited Taylor at his home in..
Jacques Pépin, the chefs' chefWith four decades on television and two dozen cookbooks, chef Jacques Pépin has been influencing American tastes and techniques for generations. Jane Pauley talks with Pépin about his culinary..
Calendar: Week of November 25From a monumental birthday for Tina Turner to Thanksgiving, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
Tom Brokaw: Yesterday, "Today" and tomorrowFor five decades journalist and storyteller Tom Brokaw served as a pillar of NBC News, reporting from such hotspots as Tiananmen Square and the Berlin Wall. His 1998 book, "The Greatest Generation,"..
Almanac: The U.S. Capitol building opensOn November 17, 1800, the United States Congress met for the very first time in the as-yet-unfinished Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Jane Pauley reports.
Jimmy Carter on his journey of "Faith"The former president talks with Jane Pauley about his recent health crisis, and his continued teachings of faith
Almanac: "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?"On November 10, 1871 the Scottish explorer Dr. David Livingstone, who'd disappeared in Africa while searching for the source of the Nile, was found by Henry Stanley, a reporter for the New York Herald...
Passage: A therapy for cystic fibrosisIt happened this past week: word of a new drug therapy that offers hope to the roughly 30,000 Americans who suffer from cystic fibrosis. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: S.O.S.On November 3, 1906, an international conference approved the three-letter message, S.O.S., as the radio telegraph distress call for ships at sea. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: The Falklands WarOn March 19, 1982, a small group of Argentine civilians planted their country's flag on a South Atlantic Island, sparking a battle over the remote British territory. Jane Pauley reports.
Almanac: The inventor of super glueOn March 26, 2011, Harry Coover, a chemist who discovered the adhesive qualities of cyanoacrylate, died at the age of 94. Jane Pauley reports.
By The Numbers: Summer vacationAs we head into summer, "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley takes a look at the data behind Americans who take off from work (or choose not to).
This and That: Legal cookies and more"Sunday Morning" follows up on recent stories and viewer mail - from a recent court decision about a Wisconsin law that prevented home bakers from selling homemade cookies, to reaction to our recent..
A history of cancerIn his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, physician and scientist Siddhartha Mukherjee called cancer "The Emperor of All Maladies." He and anchor Jane Pauley discuss the milestones in cancer's history, and..
A Gilded Age estate, now a state parkJane Pauley visits Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, in Oyster Bay, N.Y., a 400-acre park featuring gardens, greenhouses, trees and pathways, centered around a stately historic mansion..
Almanac: "In God We Trust"On October 1st, 1957, during the Cold War, a familiar phrase truly gained currency, as the words "In God We Trust" first appeared on America's paper money. Jane Pauley reports.