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  • 02:04 This and That: Legal cookies and more

    This and That: Legal cookies and more

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    "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 "Almanac" on author Ian Fleming. Jane Pauley reports. Su

  • 05:45 The Race to Alaska, a human-powered test of endurance

    The Race to Alaska, a human-powered test of endurance

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    One of the more punishing events in American sport is a grueling 750-mile, human-powered boat race from Port Townsend, Wash., to Ketchikan, Alaska, featuring all manner of vessels, save those with motors. Luke Burbank checks out the Race to Alaska, held a

  • 01:58 Popular Nature: Mount Rainier

    Nature: Mount Rainier

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    We leave you this Sunday Morning among the vistas of Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State. Videographer: Jamie McDonald Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn

  • 01:16 Calendar: Week of June 5

    Calendar: Week of June 5

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    From World Oceans Day to a royal birthday, "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/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http:/

  • 07:25 From 1977: Charles Kuralt on shopping carts

    From 1977: Charles Kuralt on shopping carts

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    Charles Kuralt went "On the Road" to Oklahoma City, where he met Sylvan Goldman, famed for having invented the ubiquitous grocery store shopping cart in 1937. Originally broadcast on CBS News' "Who's Who" on January 11, 1977. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday

  • 03:23 British PM May on terror attack: "Enough is enough"

    British PM May on terror attack: "Enough is enough"

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    Last night's terror attacks on and near London Bridge, in which seven people were killed, was the third attack in the U.K. in three months. British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the violence, remarking, "It's time to say, enough is enough." Elizabe

  • 05:01 Artist Kerry James Marshall

    Artist Kerry James Marshall

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    Kerry James Marshall's trademark style has catapulted him into the stratosphere of the art world. A 35-year retrospective featuring 72 of his works is now at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. His figures aren't just black; they are jet black

  • 08:22 On Broadway: "A Doll's House, Part 2"

    On Broadway: "A Doll's House, Part 2"

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    When last we left off with Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen's landmark 1879 drama, "A Doll's House," she had had an awakening - and exited her marriage and family with the slam of a door. Now she's back, in the Tony-nominated "A Doll's House, Part 2." Mo Rocca

  • 02:27 Meet a 99-year-old usher

    Meet a 99-year-old usher

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    Phil Coyne may be a bigger celebrity than anybody on the field at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The 99-year-usher has been working Pirates games since he was a kid, and is not about to stop any time soon, as Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday M

  • 02:30 Faith Salie: Enough with the exclamation points!

    Faith Salie: Enough with the exclamation points!

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    Texts and emails these days are rampant with emotion. As "Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie points out, the over-use of exclamation points speaks volumes. Really!!! Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more o

  • 03:38 Roger Waters: "Another Brick in the Wall"

    Roger Waters: "Another Brick in the Wall"

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    A founding member of Pink Floyd, rock legend Roger Waters kicked off his solo "Us + Them Tour" in Kansas City on May 26, with a rousing rendition of "Another Brick in the Wall," from the classic album, "The Wall." Don't miss Anthony Mason's profile of Wat

  • 07:20 Popular Mustard Seed Jewelry (Texas Country Reporter)

    Mustard Seed Jewelry (Texas Country Reporter)

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    This artist creates jewelry using hundreds of tiny seeds and one big message. Marcie Finney Ditto Mustard Seed Jewelry Fort Worth, TX (Phone): 844-330-5668 https://www.facebook.com/TexasCountry... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TCRbob TCR #1546

  • 04:17 Ship Knives (Texas Country Reporter)

    Ship Knives (Texas Country Reporter)

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    One man is breathing new life into old metal in his modest knife shop. Percy Richardson The Knife Shop 1508 Atkinson Drive Lufkin, TX 75901 Phone: 936-634-1690 https://www.facebook.com/TexasCountry... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TCRbob TCR #

  • 03:26 Creating art with tape and scalpel

    Creating art with tape and scalpel

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    Dutch artist Max Zorn has become a star in the art world with his moody, elaborate portraits and cityscapes made with nothing but packing tape and a scalpel. Jane Pauley reports on Zorn's evocative works, which he hangs on the lamp posts of Amsterdam, eac

  • 02:50 From the archives: Long trek to a cemetery

    From the archives: Long trek to a cemetery

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    In the 1940s residents in Swain County, North Carolina were uprooted by the federal government, when their land was taken for a dam project. More than three decades later, they were allowed to make the arduous trek to the Bone Valley Cemetery, where their

  • 01:42 Al Franken's killer gay Republicans joke

    Al Franken's killer gay Republicans joke

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    In this web extra, Senator Al Franken reveals to Chip Reid the internal struggle he suffered when contemplating telling a joke during a Senate hearing on employment discrimination at the expense of his absent Republican colleagues. Subscribe to the "CBS S

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