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  • 02:09 Stills and Collins on surviving their affair

    Stills and Collins on surviving their affair

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    In the late 1960s, both at critical stages in their early careers, Stephen Stills and Judy Collins met and collaborated on more than just music. They recounted their first meeting at L.A.'s Whisky a Go Go and early time together with correspondent Anthony

  • 01:32 Stills and Collins on teaming up

    Stills and Collins on teaming up

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    Nearly five decades after beginning a relationship that would inspire songs about each other, singer-songwriters Stephen Stills and Judy Collins collaborated on an album, "Everybody Knows," and are currently performing on tour. They talked with Anthony Ma

  • 02:07 Stephen Stills and Judy Collins on "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"

    Stephen Stills and Judy Collins on "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"

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    Their romance back in the late 1960s was short-lived – shorter than the rumors about it, said Judy Collins – but she and Stephen Stills were meant to be together, she said. They talked with Anthony Mason about one of the best things to come out of their r

  • 02:28 Bill Clinton on fighting impeachment

    Bill Clinton on fighting impeachment

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    In this web exclusive, former President Bill Clinton tells Mo Rocca that despite what he calls the voters' referendum against Republicans in the 1998 midterms, the GOP and House Speaker Newt Gingrich pushed to impeach Clinton over the Monica Lewinsky affa

  • 01:20 Bill Clinton on attempts to politicize the justice system

    Bill Clinton on attempts to politicize the justice system

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    In this web exclusive, former President Bill Clinton talks about recent criticism, inspired by the #MeToo movement, that he should have resigned from office in the 1990s following the Monica Lewinsky affair, and about how Special Counsel Robert Mueller is

  • 01:13 Bill Clinton on his political opponents

    Bill Clinton on his political opponents

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    In this web exclusive former President Bill Clinton talks with Mo Rocca about his relationship with those on the other side of the political aisle. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning"

  • 01:09 Bill Clinton looks ahead to 2020

    Bill Clinton looks ahead to 2020

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    Former President Bill Clinton reads some political tea leaves with Mo Rocca, and offers a warning about states that have refused to accept help to safeguard their elections from hacking. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20

  • 07:27 Pete Hamill's letter to RFK

    Pete Hamill's letter to RFK

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    In the early days of 1968 Robert F. Kennedy announced he would not run for the Democratic nomination for president, inspiring writer Pete Hamill to pen a letter pleading with the New York Senator to reconsider: "You should run because if you won, the coun

  • 03:39 Kathleen Kennedy Townsend on her father RFK

    Kathleen Kennedy Townsend on her father RFK

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    Fifty years after his assassination, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy is remembered by his oldest daughter, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, who talks with correspondent Jim Axelrod about his visit to poverty-stricken Mississippi in 1967; his Irish-Catholic upbringing; a

  • 09:36 Remembering 1968: The loss of RFK

    Remembering 1968: The loss of RFK

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    Fifty years ago, on June 5, 1968, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was shot following his win in the California Democratic Primary. Journalist Pete Hamill says America lost something vital in the bullets fired that night at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Corr

  • 03:06 Why Jim Gaffigan doesn't get horse racing

    Why Jim Gaffigan doesn't get horse racing

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    Comedian and "Sunday Morning" contributor Jim Gaffigan shares his thoughts on the pageantry and hoopla surrounding horse racing's Triple Crown. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE

  • 05:34 Post-war artist Jean Dubuffet

    Post-war artist Jean Dubuffet

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    Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) was considered the enfant terrible of the Paris art world, always fighting the status quo, creating works that were deemed the product of a madman. Correspondent Serna Altschul tours an exhibition of his collages at New York's Pa

  • 08:18 Stephen Stills & Judy Collins

    Stephen Stills & Judy Collins

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    Anthony Mason interviews musicians Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, whose breakup years ago hasn't precluded them from recording an album, "Everybody Knows," and from going on tour together, singing the songs of romance and heartbreak they'd inspired in e

  • 02:56 Best friends, always

    Best friends, always

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    A year and a half ago, Steve Hartman introduced us to a pair of unlikely best friends: widower Dan Peterson and Norah Wood, a little girl who encountered him in a grocery store and demanded a hug. He gave her one, and they’ve been inseparable every since,

  • 04:43 Play time: Public pianos

    Play time: Public pianos

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    Spring is in full bloom, and in New York that means pianos are popping up like wildflowers. Michelle Miller talks with the founders of Sing For Hope, a group that has placed hundreds of pianos at parks, gardens and street-corners all over the city. She al

  • 04:56 A Sunday Drive: Roadside America

    A Sunday Drive: Roadside America

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    Just outside Shartlesville, Pa., is a tiny slice of Americana. Roadside America, a miniature town featuring O-gauge trains and handmade buildings, transports visitors to a simpler time. Lawrence Gieringer's tiny town, which opened in 1953, continues to of

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