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  • 02:54 Song for an Alzheimer's patient

    Song for an Alzheimer's patient

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    While Alzheimer's may be stealing the memory of 67-year-old Steve Goodwin, he refuses to let the disease steal his music. The cruelest part of the disease was the toll it was taking on the songs he composed for his wife and could no longer remember - unti

  • 01:56 Remembering Dick Gregory

    Remembering Dick Gregory

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    Humorist and activist Dick Gregory passed away yesterday in Washington at age 84. The comedian long used his act to attack racism, and proudly proclaimed his role as an "agitator" for social change. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Mornin

  • 03:52 The view from Marvin's Windows

    The view from Marvin's Windows

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    Every product at the Marvin Window and Door Company is made to order, and so is their creed: they treat every employee as if they were friends and neighbors - because, in the tiny town of Warroad, Minnesota, they are. Conor Knighton visits Warroad to find

  • 00:31 Popular Hurricane facts

    Hurricane facts

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    What is the difference between a hurricane, a cyclone and a typhoon? Here are some hurricane facts. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz Follow "CBS Sunday

  • 02:24 Almanac: Discovering bacteria

    Almanac: Discovering bacteria

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    On September 17, 1683, Dutch scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek announced his discovery of single-cell organisms in human dental plaque. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday

  • 07:34 Is an unusual name good for you?

    Is an unusual name good for you?

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    A correspondent by the name of Susan Spencer explores why more and more parents today are gifting their babies with less-traditional names, from North West to Moxie Crimefighter Jilette. She talks with Michael Ayer, whose 15-year-old son is named Billion

  • 07:53 Andrew Garfield on "Breathe"

    Andrew Garfield on "Breathe"

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    Seth Doane interviews the Oscar-nominated actor ("The Social Network," "The Amazing Spider-Man") about his latest film, "Breathe," a biopic about Robin Cavendish, who became an advocate for the disabled after being stricken with polio. Subscribe to the "C

  • 01:23 Calendar: Week of October 16

    Calendar: Week of October 16

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    From a tribute to Sen. John McCain, to World Osteoporosis 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 M

  • 08:25 From 1995: Janet Leigh on filming "Psycho"

    From 1995: Janet Leigh on filming "Psycho"

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    In this story from "Eye to Eye," originally broadcast on June 1, 1995, actress Janet Leigh looks back at the 1960 production of the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Psycho," and talks with correspondent Bill Lagattuta about her subsequent fear of showers. Lagatt

  • 10:18 Michael J. Fox's fight against Parkinson's

    Michael J. Fox's fight against Parkinson's

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    Actor Michael J. Fox is known to millions for the "Back to the Future" films and the TV series "Family Ties" and "Spin City." But for the past two decades it's been his battle with Parkinson's disease, and his search for a cure, that may have generated th

  • 05:36 The 747's final approach

    The 747's final approach

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    Kris Van Cleave looks back at the 747, Boeing's revolutionary jumbo jet which first went into service nearly 50 years ago, as it makes its last passenger flights in the U.S. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get mor

  • 02:35 A new chapter for "The Book Thing"

    A new chapter for "The Book Thing"

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    For more than 17 years Russell Wattenberg has catered to thousands of hungry minds. He runs a Baltimore outfit called The Book Thing, which is not a library or store. People can just take whatever books they want, for free. A fire destroyed the non-profit

  • 04:29 One chef's journey

    One chef's journey

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    Correspondent Michelle Miller visits the Houston hotspot Hugo's, and meets the chef and owner, Hugo Ortega, an immigrant from Mexico whose story of success is as flavorful as his Mexican dishes. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://b

  • 07:39 How's them apples?

    How's them apples?

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    Was Johnny Appleseed for real? Where did apples originate? And how do horticulturists develop better and better varieties of the fruit? Mo Rocca visits the Johnny Appleseed Festival in Fort Wayne, Ind., and goes on a cross-country search for the history o

  • 02:19 Tough love, and a lasting friendship

    Tough love, and a lasting friendship

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    As a drug treatment court judge in Shakopee, Minn., the Honorable Chris Wilton has seen some pretty desperate cases, but none moreso than the heroin addict who first appeared before him in the spring of 2014 named Jennifer Jensen. Steve Hartman reports on

  • 01:03 Logic vs. Rubik's Cube

    Logic vs. Rubik's Cube

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    In this web extra, the rap artist Logic astonishes correspondent Michelle Miller by quickly solving a Rubik's Cube puzzle. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlM

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