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  • 05:02 Island-Hopping: The Galápagos Islands as tourist destination

    Island-Hopping: The Galápagos Islands as tourist destination

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    Expedition cruising is a rapidly-growing sector of the tourism industry that brings visitors to isolated, ecologically-pristine destinations. But it's not just to gawk at rare wildlife; such trips also help raise awareness and funds to protect environment

  • 01:54 Portraits of workers

    Portraits of workers

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    Portraits in a Washington museum typically might be of the nation's elite, where a wealthy subject hired an artist to immortalize him or her in paint. However, a new exhibition at the National Portrait Galley, "The Sweat of Their Face," features portraits

  • 05:24 The computer as artist: AI art and music

    The computer as artist: AI art and music

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    "Machine learning" is now being applied to instruct artificial intelligence how to create paintings and music. David Pogue checks out Google's Magenta project; challenges the AI "composer" at Amper Music to score a dramatic scene; and is asked to identify

  • 04:48 The My Pillow King

    The My Pillow King

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    You've seen the infomercials for "My Pillow." Company founder Mike Lindell has sold 41 million of the pillows he invented, and he did so against some pretty stiff odds, including overcoming a crack cocaine habit that became so bad, his dealers staged an i

  • 04:10 Pet stars of Instagram

    Pet stars of Instagram

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    Adorable animals that have gone viral on Instagram have also won their owners some lucrative sponsorships. Richard Schlesinger talks with Loni Edwards, whose firm, The Dog Agency, represents all kinds of pets whose social media stardom can bring some big

  • 06:08 Salma Hayek Pinault on charity, activism and #MeToo

    Salma Hayek Pinault on charity, activism and #MeToo

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    The Oscar-nominated actress-producer has helped propel humanitarian efforts with her philanthropic work, and helped propel the #MeToo movement with her personal stories. John Blackstone reports. (This story originally aired on April 15, 2018) Subscribe to

  • 04:07 The secret of burial plots: "Location! Location! Location!"

    The secret of burial plots: "Location! Location! Location!"

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    Luke Burbank talks with Baron Chu, a broker of burial plots, and visits the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, Calif., where pricey chunks of real estate are sold to starry-eyed customers seeking status and a view, from six feet under. (This story o

  • 02:34 Photographing the underside of the American Dream

    Photographing the underside of the American Dream

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    For the last four years photographer Matt Black has traveled the country, driving more than 100,000 miles through 46 states, to photograph communities living across the divide of poverty - people of all races and cultures whose lived experiences contradic

  • 04:22 Trading money for happiness

    Trading money for happiness

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    A fancy car, a new wardrobe, an iPhone X - just a few of the things that money can buy. But can cash bring contentment? Susan Spencer talks with a man who chucked his six-figure salary as a globe-trotting investment banker to take a job as a Dallas firema

  • 04:22 "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" review: Smashingly well-done

    "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" review: Smashingly well-done

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    "Sunday Morning" film critic David Edelstein looks back on the "Mission: Impossible" high-tech espionage franchise starring Tom Cruise, and weighs in on the latest installment, starring Cruise, Henry Cavill, Rebecca Ferguson, and (of course) some death-de

  • 00:47 Artist Pooja Pittie on her lighthouse, "Boundless"

    Artist Pooja Pittie on her lighthouse, "Boundless"

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    In this web exclusive Pooja Pittie, a painter with muscular dystrophy, discusses the artwork she contributed to the public exhibition "Lighthouses on the Mag Mile" in Chicago, and explains to correspondent Dean Reynolds how it reflects her life. Subscribe

  • 01:01 How the Go-Go's got their name

    How the Go-Go's got their name

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    In this web exclusive, correspondent Tracy Smith asked one of the most successful all-female rock 'n' roll bands in history how they came up with their distinctive name. (And don't even start with the punctuation!) Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Ch

  • 02:30 The Go-Go's perform "Head Over Heels"

    The Go-Go's perform "Head Over Heels"

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    One of the most successful all-female bands in rock 'n' roll history, the Go-Go's have added another credit to their long resume: Their songs are featured in a new Broadway musical, "Head Over Heels." Recently four of the band's members – Charlotte Caffey

  • 08:36 How rude! The disappearance of civility

    How rude! The disappearance of civility

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    Does it sometimes feel as if our politics has us all backed into ideological corners? Does it seem as if insults and name-calling have taken the place of civil dialogue – that incivility has gone viral? It may not just be manners that seem threatened thes

  • 01:56 Almanac:  Aviator Wiley Post

    Almanac: Aviator Wiley Post

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    On July 22, 1933, the pilot completed the first solo round-the-world flight, circling the globe in 7 days, 18 hours, and 49 minutes in his Lockheed Vega, the "Winnie Mae." Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit

  • 04:07 Chicago's public art shines a light on disabilities

    Chicago's public art shines a light on disabilities

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    This summer in Chicago, beacons of hope are sprouting on the sidewalk. Dotting Michigan Avenue are 51 lighthouses – works of art created by those whom fate has severely tested. Dean Reynolds reports on a public art project that illuminates and celebrates

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