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The chronicles of "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau

"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 Tales," evolved into..
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Almanac: Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey

On June 23, 1894 Alfred C. Kinsey, the biologist and professor who founded the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, and the author of the groundbreaking books "Sexual..
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Almanac: Cole Porter

The composer of such Broadway classics as "Anything Goes" and "Kiss Me, Kate" was born on June 19, 1891. Jane Pauley reports.
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Calendar: Week of June 10

From Race Across America to Anne Frank Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 6/2

This week's "Sunday Morning" hosted by Jane Pauley features Richard Schlesinger's cover story about the restoration of a World War II C-47 transport, to be flown as part of the 75th anniversary..
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Passage: Leon Redbone and Claus von Bülow

"Sunday Morning" looks back on two very distinct personalities who have passed: singer-guitarist Leon Redbone, known for his evocative and dapper stong styling of jazz and ragtime classics; and Claus..
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Almanac: The birth of Dracula

The immortal vampire first saw the light of day when Irish author Bram Stoker's horror novel, inspired by the legend of Vlad the Impaler, was published on May 26, 1897. Jane Pauley reports.
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Turning street signs into art

In Florence even the street signs are pieces of artwork. Playful, funny, irreverent, hundreds of them dot the landscape, thanks to street artist Clet Abraham, a Frenchman who saw an opportunity to do..
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A visit to the world's oldest pharmacy

Florence's Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy, which dates back to 1221 when Dominican monks began experimenting with alchemy, is thought to be the oldest apothecary in the world. Rose water? It was invented..
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Treasures of the Uffizi

Seven years before America's Declaration of Independence, the Uffizi opened its doors to the public. Containing perhaps the greatest collection of artwork in the world, including masterpieces by..
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"No Exit!" A "CBS Sunday Morning" special

"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley presents our special driven by our love of the automobile, which includes Lee Cowan's story on the search for solutions to gridlock. Plus: David Pogue checks out the..
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This Week: "A Sunday Morning in Florence" (May 19)

Jane Pauley hosts a special broadcast of the Emmy-winning Sunday morning news program from Tuscany, sharing stories on all things Italian – art and design, traditions and culture, fashion, food,..
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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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Almanac: The ironing board

On May 12, 1874, the prolific African-American inventor Elijah J. McCoy patented an "ironing "table." Jane Pauley reports.
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"No Exit!": A "CBS Sunday Morning" primetime special devoted to our car culture

Jane Pauley hosts a special primetime broadcast May 17, driven by our love of the automobile, from the perils of commuting and gridlock, to future technologies behind the wheel
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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 game show "Jeopardy!," opens up to Jane Pauley about his battle with pancreatic cancer, and the..
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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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Passage: The creator of paint-by-numbers sets

"Sunday Morning" remembers artist Dan Robbins, who in the 1950s created one of America's most popular fads: paint-by-numbers sets, allowing hobbyists to paint their own masterpieces for display. Jane..
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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: The U.S. Virgin Islands

On March 31, 1917 the U.S. took possession of St. Thomas, St. John, St. Croix and about 50 other smaller Caribbean islands, which they purchased from Denmark for $25 million. Jane Pauley reports.
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Passage: Three Mile Island nuclear accident, 40 years later

In March 1979, in the worst nuclear power plant accident in U.S. history, a series of mishaps caused the release of radiation from a reactor at the Pennsylvania facility. Jane Pauley looks back.
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Almanac: Tunneling the New York City subway

On March 24, 1900 Mayor Robert Van Wyck ceremoniously launched construction of the city's first subway line, commemorated as "Tunnel Day." Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: Nat King Cole

One hundred years ago, on March 17, 1919, Nathaniel Adams Coles, who became renowned as Nat King Cole, the singer with an "unforgettable" voice, was born. Jane Pauley reports.
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Julianne Moore on "Gloria Bell"

Jane Pauley profiles Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore, now starring in "Gloria Bell," playing a free-spirited divorcée who discovers romance in an L.A. dance club, and much more.
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Almanac: Charles Ponzi and his "Ponzi Scheme"

The founding father of financial hijinks, who trapped his investors in a "musical chairs" of fraud, was born on March 3, 1882. Jane Pauley looks back at the life, and the fallout, of Charles Ponzi and..
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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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Preview: Oscar-winner Julianne Moore occasionally worries if she'll get another job

Feeling a lack of job security is a part of the entertainment industry, she tells Jane Pauley in an interview to air March 3
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Passage: Karl Lagerfeld and Peter Tork

"Sunday Morning" looks back at the careers of a giant in the fashion world, Karl Lagerfeld, and Peter Tork, of the '60s band The Monkees, who both passed away this week. Jane Pauley reports.
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Almanac: When modern art shook New York

On February 17, 1913, the Armory Show, a landmark New York City exhibition presenting nearly 1,400 works of avant-garde art, causing a furor among critics and the public. Jane Pauley reports.
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Passage: John Dingell

"Sunday Morning" remembers the longest-serving Member of Congress, Michigan Democrat John Dingell, who died this past week at age 92. Jane Pauley reports.
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Same-sex penguins raise a baby chick

True love has found a way for two male penguins at the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium in Australia. Jane Pauley reports.
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Love story: Reagandoodle and Little Buddy

A five-year-old Oregon boy nicknamed Little Buddy and a dress-alike Australian Labradoodle named Reagan are the best of friends. Jane Pauley reports.
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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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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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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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An Evening with CBS Sunday Morning - Live from Town Hall

In honor of its 40-year anniversary, CBS "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley and the show's team of correspondents are holding a special live show with guests, "An Evening with CBS Sunday Morning."
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Mo Rocca's podcast tutorial

"Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca explains to host Jane Pauley how to listen to his new series of podcasts, "Mobituaries."
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