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  • 07:32 Holograms and music

    Holograms and music

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    When opera great Maria Callas died in 1977, fans were heartbroken. So they might be shocked to learn that Callas - or rather a projected representation of her - is going on tour this spring with a 60-piece orchestra. Her return is brought to you by what's

  • 01:19 The penalties of "Puppy Bowl"

    The penalties of "Puppy Bowl"

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    In this web exclusive, Dan Schachner, the referee on the Animal Planet special "Puppy Bowl" - now in its 14th year - explains to correspondent Richard Schlesinger some of the rules of the game, and some of the penalties he may be calling against the rambu

  • 07:54 Boy Scouts of America: Girls now admitted

    Boy Scouts of America: Girls now admitted

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    While participation in the Boy Scouts of America has steadily declined over the past four decades, and courted controversy by excluding, and then allowing, gay scouts and troop leaders, scouting still has power, and perhaps more relevance than ever. To ac

  • 01:48 Almanac: Rosa Parks

    Almanac: Rosa Parks

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    On February 4, 1913, the civil rights pioneer - the "mother of the freedom movement" - was born. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz F

  • 05:53 German artist Anselm Kiefer: A world cast in oil and lead

    German artist Anselm Kiefer: A world cast in oil and lead

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    Correspondent Liz Palmer gets a glimpse into the workings of German painter-sculptor Anselm Kiefer, considered one of the world's most important living artists. At his studio outside Paris, she watches the 72-year-old labor over some of his latest project

  • 00:28 Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

    Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

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    "Sunday Morning" remembers famous figures who we lost this past week, including journalist Nicholas von Hoffman, and R&B singer Dennis Edwards, long the lead singer of The Temptations. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gX

  • 08:41 Janet Yellen: A matter of interest

    Janet Yellen: A matter of interest

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    Correspondent Rita Braver sits down for an exit interview with Janet Yellen, the outgoing chair of the Federal Reserve, to talk about her trailblazing career, the state of the economic recovery following the Great Recession, and leaving a job she loves to

  • 02:47 A washing machine museum

    A washing machine museum

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    In the shadow of the Colorado Rockies, Steve Hartman found a man with a mountainous dilemma: what to do with his collection of nearly 1,500 antique washing machines. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CB

  • 06:50 The Puppy Bowl

    The Puppy Bowl

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    The Super Bowl has some four-legged competition, with the 14th annual Puppy Bowl, perennially the highest-rated show on the cable channel Animal Planet. Ninety puppies from shelters and rescue organizations across the country and from Mexico "compete" in

  • 04:04 Robert Wagner and the mystery of Natalie Wood's death

    Robert Wagner and the mystery of Natalie Wood's death

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    Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" reports on new developments in the case of the death of actress Natalie Wood, in 1981, for which her husband, Robert Wagner, has now been named a "person of interest." Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://

  • 04:16 Rex Reed on this year's Best Picture Oscar nominees

    Rex Reed on this year's Best Picture Oscar nominees

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    In this web extra, film critic Rex Reed gives his opinions - good and bad - about the movies up for the Academy Award for Best Picture, and offers up what he thinks should have been nominated. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit

  • 04:17 A football player unrestrained by his wheelchair

    A football player unrestrained by his wheelchair

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    Danny Lilya, 16, was born with a broken back and has never walked. But that hasn't kept the MInnesota youth from playing football with the Moose Lake Rebels. Mark Strassman has the tale of a very special athlete. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Chan

  • 02:32 Katie Roiphe on attacks by "Twitter feminists"

    Katie Roiphe on attacks by "Twitter feminists"

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    Author and journalist Katie Roiphe has written provocatively about feminism in the past, so when a magazine piece of hers about the #MeToo movement was announced, Twitter exploded, with criticism denouncing her before her story was even published. Roiphe

  • 01:03 Calendar: Week of February 5

    Calendar: Week of February 5

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    From the "Go Red for Women" Red Dress Fashion Show to the start of Carnival in Rio de Janiero, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/2

  • 00:58 Nature: Rocky Mountain National Park

    Nature: Rocky Mountain National Park

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    We leave you this Sunday Morning in a snowstorm at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Videographer: Scot Miller. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz

  • 07:17 Film critic and celebrity profiler Rex Reed

    Film critic and celebrity profiler Rex Reed

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    In the late 1960s and '70s, Rex Reed's clever and barbed opinions about movies and movie stars made him a fixture on television. Now 79, the film critic offers to Mo Rocca his opinions on some of this year's Best Picture Oscar-nominees ("Hated it!"), and

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