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  • 00:47 New Rory Feek performs "Hard to Be Cool (In a Minivan)"

    Rory Feek performs "Hard to Be Cool (In a Minivan)"

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    Before becoming one of country's top acts, Rory Feek earned fame as a songwriter for such artists as the Oak Ridge Boys, who recorded his 2006 song "It's Hard to Be Cool (In a Minivan)." In this web exclusive Feek jams with daughter Heidi Feek and Dillon

  • 03:21 New Rory Feek and Firekid perform "If I Needed You"

    Rory Feek and Firekid perform "If I Needed You"

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    In this web exclusive Rory Feek, his daughter Heidi Feek, and Firekid's Dillon Hodges perform Townes Van Zandt's classic country ode, "If I Needed You," which has been recorded by numerous artists including Emmylou Harris and Don Williams, and which Rory

  • 01:56 New Rory Feek sings "Someone You Used to Know"

    Rory Feek sings "Someone You Used to Know"

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    Rory Feek and Tim Johnson's 1998 song "Someone You Used to Know" was recorded by Collin Raye and hit #3 on the country charts. In this web exclusive Feek performs the song, joined by daughters Heidi and Hope, for correspondent Anthony Mason. Subscribe to

  • 02:49 New Nature: Komodo dragons

    Nature: Komodo dragons

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    We leave you this Sunday Morning at Komodo National Park in Indonesia, home to the legendary Komodo dragon, and a vast array of sea life. Videographer: Mauricio Handler. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of

  • 10:10 New Exposing the Flint water crisis

    Exposing the Flint water crisis

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    It's the age-old question: Is the glass half empty, or half full? For the people of Flint Michigan, it's far from being a settled issue. Some three years after the city's water crisis first made headlines, many people still don't believe their tap water i

  • 05:28 New Dad wear: How fathers became fashion mavens

    Dad wear: How fathers became fashion mavens

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    Call it "dad style," or "dadcore." Call it unsexy. But the chinos, Hawaiian shirts and washed-out denims that fathers sport are also taking over the runway. In fact, they've become downright cool. Really! Bloomingdale's fashion director Erica Russo and jo

  • 06:23 New Under the big top at Venardos Circus

    Under the big top at Venardos Circus

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    The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is no more, having given its last performance in May 2017. So, how can young people now dream of running away to a life under the big top? Kevin Venardos tells NPR's Scott Simon why he created his own one-ring

  • 02:53 New A history lesson

    A history lesson

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    Ten-year-old Sarah Haycox says she was just walking through a park in Shoreline, Wash., about a year ago when she came across a plaque paying tribute to Edwin T. Pratt, who died in 1969 at age 39. She assigned herself the task of finding out who Pratt was

  • 08:25 New Paul Rudd, the tiny superhero with a big heart

    Paul Rudd, the tiny superhero with a big heart

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    Tracy Smith spends time with actor Paul Rudd, star of the upcoming Marvel adventure, "Ant-Man and the Wasp," and also the superhero behind the Big Slick celebrity fundraising weekend benefiting Mercy Children's Hospital in Kansas City. Subscribe to the "C

  • 07:13 New Seymour Hersh on the golden age of journalism

    Seymour Hersh on the golden age of journalism

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    “Reporter: A Memoir,” by the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, recounts a blockbuster career in which he shone a spotlight on war crimes and political scandals. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin sits down w

  • 02:27 New Carl Hiassen's atypical advice for graduates

    Carl Hiassen's atypical advice for graduates

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    Writer Carl Hiassen, whose latest book, “Assume the Worst,” offers a humorous take on addresses to graduates so endemic to commencement season, has thoughts to share with his son – and us – about facing the future. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Ch

  • 01:05 New Calendar: Week of June 18

    Calendar: Week of June 18

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    From the Summer Solstice to Take Your Dog to Work Day, "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"

  • 06:47 New Rory Feek on going it alone

    Rory Feek on going it alone

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    Correspondent Anthony Mason catches up with country singer-songwriter Rory Feek, now planning a return to the stage after the 2016 death of his wife and musical partner, Joey Feek. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT

  • 02:34 New Rory Feek: "A Little More Country Than That"

    Rory Feek: "A Little More Country Than That"

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    In this web exclusive, singer-songwriter Rory Feek performs the song "A Little More Country Than That," which he co-wrote with Wynn Varble and Don Poythress, and which hit Number 1 on the country charts with Easton Corbin's 2009 recording. Subscribe to th

  • 06:06 Musicians On Call

    Musicians On Call

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    Like doctors making rounds, the non-profit group Musicians on Call has been bringing musicians to hospitals all over the country for almost 20 years, playing for more than 600,000 patients. Nancy Giles tagged along with Kenli Mattus and Luke Bryan as they

  • 04:18 "A Kid Like Jake" director Silas Howard talks growing up transgender

    "A Kid Like Jake" director Silas Howard talks growing up transgender

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    The new movie "A Kid Like Jake" tells the story of parents whose four-year-old son likes to dress as a princess. Director Silas Howard talks with correspondent Richard Schlesinger about how his personal story informed the film. Schlesinger also talks with

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