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  • New How ‘The Price Is Right’ Is Made

    How ‘The Price Is Right’ Is Made

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    Since September 4, 1972, "The Price Is Right" has been delighting American audiences on CBS. The popular game show, previously hosted by Bob Barker, is now lead by host Drew Carey. With popular games like Plinko, and prizes like vacations and cars, the sh

  • 05:43 New Ghost Horse Gallery (Texas Country Reporter)

    Ghost Horse Gallery (Texas Country Reporter)

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    From fine art to frappuccinos, the Ghost Horse Gallery has it all. Tammy Penn 506 Main St. Silverton, TX 79257 Phone: 806-823-2333 Website: https://www.ghosthorsegallery.com & https://www.tammylynnepenn.com/ https://www.facebook.com/TexasCountry... Follow

  • 06:06 Bee Removal (Texas Country Reporter)

    Bee Removal (Texas Country Reporter)

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    You better BEE-lieve Matt Fuller has a special connection to one the most important bugs on the planet. Matt Fuller Fuller Farm Montgomery, TX Website: http://fulleredconsulting.wixsite.com/fullerfarm https://www.facebook.com/TexasCountry... Follow us on

  • 02:43 Cindy Adams and Judge Judy: Best buddies

    Cindy Adams and Judge Judy: Best buddies

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    In this web exclusive, Judith Sheindlin (known to millions as Judge Judy) and New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams talk to Mo Rocca about the friendship they've shared for more than two decades, while Adams explains why she may prefer the company of

  • 02:27 Cindy Adams: How I knew Donald Trump

    Cindy Adams: How I knew Donald Trump

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    In this web exclusive, veteran New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about her first meeting in the 1970s with Donald Trump through his mentor, Roy Cohn, and her husband, comedian Joey Adams, and her feelings of loya

  • 04:30 Brett Kavanaugh and the nasty battle for a Supreme Court seat

    Brett Kavanaugh and the nasty battle for a Supreme Court seat

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    Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh is beginning his first full day as a member of the Supreme Court. Rita Braver looks back on the long and acrimonious road to his confirmation and swearing-in. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit

  • 10:42 Clearing the air on e-cigarettes

    Clearing the air on e-cigarettes

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    Will e-cigarettes make the traditional cigarette obsolete? Vaping is catching on among smokers switching from cigarettes, but it is also attracting a new demographic: young people who'd never smoked before. Tony Dokoupil reports on the possible benefits a

  • 01:46 Almanac: Carbon paper

    Almanac: Carbon paper

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    On October 7, 1806, the duplicative stationery that made copies was patented by English inventor Ralph Wedgwood. Mo Rocca reports on the story of carbon paper, which was long ago overtaken by copy machines, but whose memory is just an email away. Subscrib

  • 04:05 Nature: Ghost crabs

    Nature: Ghost crabs

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    We leave you this Sunday Morning on a dark night in Avon, North Carolina, where ghost crabs are getting an early start on Halloween. Videographer: Joseph L. Frandino. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "C

  • 05:38 Moscow's stunning new park, designed by Americans

    Moscow's stunning new park, designed by Americans

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    Built adjacent to Red Square, Moscow's Zaryadye Park, the city's first new park in 50 years, recreates Russia's many landscapes in the center of one of the world's biggest, busiest cities. The park, which features 32 undulating acres covered in native pla

  • 00:33 Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

    Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

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    "Sunday Morning" looks back at the notable figures who left us this past week, including French singer, actor and activist Charles Aznavour; Oscar-winning "Claymation" animator Will Vinton; and Juan Romero, a busboy at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles

  • 07:19 Gossip queen Cindy Adams

    Gossip queen Cindy Adams

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    At 88, Cindy Adams is the last of her generation, but after nearly four decades her New York Post gossip column is still going strong. She tells Mo Rocca of her affection for Yorkshire Terriers and friendships with dictators; her late husband, comedian Jo

  • 02:21 Love thy neighbor: Helping Florence evacuees

    Love thy neighbor: Helping Florence evacuees

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    For many people flooded out of their homes in and around Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, the most welcoming port in the storm has been a total stranger. Jaret Hucks, who owns the Midtown Inn and Cottages, has given away almost a thousand free nights to this

  • 08:59 Former Journey singer Steve Perry's return to music

    Former Journey singer Steve Perry's return to music

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    Tracy Smith catches up with Steve Perry, the former lead singer of Journey, who talks about life after leaving the supergroup, why he fell out of love with music, and the relationship that helped bring him back to recording a new solo album, "Traces." Sub

  • 07:43 Kerry Washington on Time's Up

    Kerry Washington on Time's Up

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    The "Scandal" star has returned to Broadway in the new drama "American Son," playing the mother of a young man who has disappeared. She talks with Michelle Miller about bringing her "black girl magic" into the world as an actress, producer and director; h

  • 02:43 Doris Kearns Goodwin on how Americans can weather a crisis

    Doris Kearns Goodwin on how Americans can weather a crisis

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    Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Doris Kearns Goodwin says she is often asked if we are currently in "the worst of times." She offers some lessons from history about what makes our union stronger. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http:/

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