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  • 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

  • 00:49 How does Al Franken really feel about Ted Cruz?

    How does Al Franken really feel about Ted Cruz?

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    In this web extra, Minnesota Senator Al Franken tells correspondent Chip Reid about his opinion of Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlM

  • 01:49 Al Franken on forbidden words in the Senate

    Al Franken on forbidden words in the Senate

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    In this web extra, Minnesota Senator Al Franken discusses protocols which preclude him from using certain language in the Senate about his fellow Senators, such as Ted Cruz of Texas. But as becomes obvious, he and Chip Reid are not IN the Senate. Subscrib

  • 02:10 Nature: Maine

    Nature: Maine

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    We leave you this Sunday Morning at one of our newest parks: the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine, established just last August. Videographer: Scot Miller Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get mo

  • 03:54 From the archives: Ambush

    From the archives: Ambush

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    In this report first broadcast on the "CBS Evening News" on November 11, 1982, correspondent Bruce Morton talks with Vietnam War veterans who journeyed to Washington, D.C., to pay tribute to friends who died while serving with them in 1967. Subscribe to t

  • 04:18 Remembering the lost platoon

    Remembering the lost platoon

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    Clifford Rountree, Kenny Barker and Victor Renza were three American soldiers in Vietnam whose platoon was ambushed in May 1967. Twenty-two of their comrades were killed. John Blackstone reports on how that battle shaped the lives of the survivors, and ho

  • 04:49 Brooklyn's New Lab, a high-tech laboratory

    Brooklyn's New Lab, a high-tech laboratory

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    After 150 years of churning out military ships, the Brooklyn Navy Yard was scuttled in the 1960s. But today it's been reborn as a hub of high-tech startups. Jim Axelrod checked out some of the intriguing creations of entrepreneurs at New Lab. Subscribe to

  • 04:05 Becoming chefs at the Culinary Institute of America

    Becoming chefs at the Culinary Institute of America

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    The Culinary Institute of America started as a trade school for GIs returning from World War II. It would go on to change how chefs were taught. Serena Altschul explores the trade secrets, and occupational hazards, of one of the top culinary colleges in t

  • 02:46 Mr. Rogers, a true neighbor

    Mr. Rogers, a true neighbor

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    Entertainment Weekly senior writer Anthony Breznican shares with Steve Hartman a story of inspiration, about how watching "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" at a particularly vulnerable time in his life helped him - but not nearly as much as running into Fred

  • 02:04 By The Numbers: Summer vacation

    By The Numbers: Summer vacation

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    As we head into summer, "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley takes a look at the data behind Americans who take off from work (or choose not to). Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HER

  • 08:23 Senator (and still humorist) Al Franken

    Senator (and still humorist) Al Franken

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    Lately the Minnesota Senator and former "Saturday Night Live" writer-performer has been coming to grips with the tension between politics and comedy. Al Franken talked to correspondent Chip Reid about the function of humor in the serious business of Congr

  • 06:06 On The Trail: A distant cemetery

    On The Trail: A distant cemetery

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    In the South, Decoration Day is marked by placing flowers on the headstones of ancestors. There are songs, sandwiches, even a bit of scripture. Conor Knighton attended a Decoration Day ceremony that took place in a very remote spot: on top of a mountain,

  • 01:18 Calendar: Week of May 29

    Calendar: Week of May 29

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    From Memorial Day to the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' classic "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: htt

  • 06:36 Reviews: The return of "Pirates," "Alien," and "Twin Peaks"

    Reviews: The return of "Pirates," "Alien," and "Twin Peaks"

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    In this web exclusive, "Sunday Morning" film critic David Edelstein reviews the latest entries in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Alien" movie franchises, and the return to television of David Lynch's surreal cult favorite, "Twin Peaks." Subscribe to

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