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Oh, snap! Tina Fey on self-deprecating humor

In this web exclusive, Tina Fey, the writer behind the new Broadway musical "Mean Girls," explains to "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley how her East Coast roots are the basis of her humor.
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Calendar: Week of April 23

From Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day to the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: The first Earth Day

On April 22, 1970, Americans took part in a day aimed at protecting the only planet we call home. Jane Pauley reports on an environmental tradition, which this year focuses on the dangers of plastic..
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Almanac: Yale locks

Following in the footsteps of his lock-inventing father, Linus Yale Jr. received his first patent for a lock and key device on May 6, 1851. Jane Pauley reports.
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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..
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Almanac: Forest fire lookout towers

On June 10, 1905, America's first forest fire lookout tower went into operation on top of Squaw Mountain in Maine. Today, fire towers - displaced by advanced technologies - are finding new uses. Jane..
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M.C. Escher: A mind-bending exhibition

An exhibition at Brooklyn's Industry City features more than 200 works from Dutch artist M.C. Escher's topsy-turvy perspective. Jane Pauley reports. Images courtesy of The M. C Escher Company.
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Almanac: E.I. du Pont

On June 24, 1771, E.I. du Pont, an emigrant whose Delaware gunpowder factory was forerunner of the innovative chemical company, was born in Paris. Jane Pauley reports.
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John Mellencamp: Life goes on

Jane Pauley profiles rocker and fellow Hoosier John Mellencamp, who explains why he is driven to make music and paint portraits. (This story was originally broadcast on July 2, 2017.)
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Michael J. Fox: Parkinson's "sucks"

The Emmy-winning actor talks with Jane Pauley about how, at age 29, he received his diagnosis of Parkinson's, and how the Michael J. Fox Foundation has raised hundreds of millions of dollars and helped..
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Michael J. Fox on his fight against Parkinson's

Actor Michael J. Fox is known to millions for the "Back to the Future" films and the TV series "Family Ties" and "Spin City." But for the past two decades it's been his battle with Parkinson's disease,..
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Almanac: Aviator Wiley Post

On July 22, 1933, the pilot completed the first solo round-the-world flight, circling the globe in 7 days, 18 hours, and 49 minutes in his Lockheed Vega, the "Winnie Mae." Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: The day Japan bombed Oregon

On September 9, 1942, the U.S. mainland was firebombed by an enemy pilot. Jane Pauley reports on a little-known chapter of World War II history.
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Milepost: National Museum of Brazil destroyed by fire

A Rio de Janiero treasure trove of history was reduced to ashes this past week, when fire tore through the National Museum of Brazil, destroying approximately 90 percent of its 20 million artifacts...
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Almanac: The strange case of Typhoid Mary

September 23, 1869 marked the birth of Mary Mallon, who would become a "healthy carrier" of a communicable disease, with fatal consequences. Jane Pauley reports on the woman remembered today as..
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Almanac: The inventor of the Geiger Counter

September 30, 1882 was the birthday of physicist Johannes Wilhelm "Hans" Geiger, who developed a method for detecting and measuring radioactivity. Jane Pauley reports.
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"CBS Sunday Morning" goes live on Broadway

It 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...
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"Doonesbury" cartoonist Garry Trudeau

In 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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Almanac: The first vending machine patent

On December 16, 1884, William Henry Fruen patented his "Automatic Liquid-Drawing Device," leading the way to coin-operated vending machines dispensing a myriad of products. Jane Pauley reports.
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The style of designer Ralph Lauren

"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley talks with 79-year-old fashion legend Ralph Lauren, who gives her a tour of his 20,000-acre Colorado ranch, and talks about the origins of his Polo brand, the purpose..
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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?"
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Remembering Penny Marshall

"Sunday Morning" looks back at the career of the actress and filmmaker Penny Marshall, who died this week at age 75. She was best known for starring in the comedy "Laverne & Shirley," and for directing..
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Almanac: The Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding scandal

On January 6, 1994, the Olympic hopeful was clubbed on the leg by a shadowy figure, throwing the genteel sport of figure skating into the tabloid spotlight. Jane Pauley reports.
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Nancy Pelosi on negotiating with Trump, to whom "the only voice that mattered was his own"

In this preview of an interview to air January 6 on "Sunday Morning" (her first network sit-down interview since becoming Speaker of the House), Nancy Pelosi talks with Jane Pauley about working with..
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Nancy Pelosi "in the zone" with crossword puzzles

In this web extra, Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells Jane Pauley her hobby of doing crossword puzzles comes with benefits.
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Nancy Pelosi really likes chocolate

In this web extra, the speaker of the House tells Jane Pauley she thinks desserts made of fruit are lacking something.
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Nancy Pelosi: Checks and balances

Jane Pauley interviews new House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who discusses the role she sees for a Democratically-led House in a split Congress, functioning opposite a president who has until now faced..
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Almanac: The "Chunnel"

On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of tunnel connecting England and France. Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: Wyatt Earp

Jane Pauley reports on the legend of the Wild West lawman Wyatt Earp, who died in Los Angeles on January 13, 1929, at the age of 80.
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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 –..
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A Look Back: In memoriam

Jane Pauley remembers some of the members of our "Sunday Morning" family whom we have lost over the past 40 years.
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Almanac: Tail fins

"Sunday Morning" looks back at a notable development in automotive design that made its debut on February 3, 1948, and adorned cars for more than two decades: the tail fin. Jane Pauley reports.
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Preview: Julianne Moore on job insecurity

The Oscar-winning actress tells Jane Pauley that she occasionally worries if she'll get another job, in this preview of an interview to air on "Sunday Morning" March 3.
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Almanac: Walter Winchell

On April 7, 1897, tabloid columnist-turned-broadcaster Walter Winchell was born in New York City. Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: Chernobyl

On April 28, 1986 the Soviet government grudgingly acknowledged an explosion and release of radiation at a nuclear power plant. Jane Pauley reports.
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Preview: Alex Trebek on chemotherapy and losing his hair

In this preview of an interview to air on "Sunday Morning" May 12, Alex Trebek, the longtime host of the quiz show "Jeopardy!," opens up to Jane Pauley about his battle with pancreatic cancer, and the..
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"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek on his cancer diagnosis

For 35 years Alex Trebek has hosted nearly 8,000 episodes of the game show "Jeopardy!" and won six Emmy Awards. And while contestant James Holzhauer's record-setting streak has been making headlines of..
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