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  • 03:17 Popular Images of extreme poverty

    Images of extreme poverty

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    Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Renée Byer has traveled the world to capture the face of people living on one dollar a day. She's used her camera to help bring to light conditions of extreme poverty, and inspired many to help. Tony Dokoupil reports

  • 04:17 Sardinia's virtual currency

    Sardinia's virtual currency

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    On the island of Sardinia, thousands of firms are not using traditional money to buy, sell, or pay salaries. They use Sardex, a virtual currency that allows businesses to earn and spend without relying on the euro, or on banks that wouldn't lend. Seth Doa

  • 05:40 Many happy returns

    Many happy returns

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    Some retailers and online shopping sites have very liberal return policies - even taking back merchandise they can't sell again - in order to ensure happy customers. Tracy Smith examines why the return policies of companies like Lands' End and Nordstrom c

  • 08:30 Popular Automation nation

    Automation nation

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    With our economy becoming more and more dependent upon machines, what will that mean for the future of employment? David Pogue of Yahoo Finance looks at the increasing use of autonomous vehicles and robots, and talks with Martin Ford, author of the book "

  • 03:58 Getting to the point with reward programs

    Getting to the point with reward programs

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    Accruing points or miles can save clever credit card users thousands of dollars on travel and upgrades, but there are hazards. Anna Werner talks with the bloggers behind the websites Points With a Crew and The Points Guy to learn the secrets of turning cr

  • 03:15 Popular Rosé, the pink wine that's red hot

    Rosé, the pink wine that's red hot

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    Not long ago rosé wine had a reputation as lightweight as its color, despite its surprisingly rich history as the favorite of kings, tsars and popes. But the pink wine is now red hot; in 2015, rosé sales grew by 60%. Mo Rocca checks out the nation's only

  • 03:57 Popular The Isley Brothers on hiring Jimi Hendrix

    The Isley Brothers on hiring Jimi Hendrix

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    In this web exclusive, Ernie and Ron Isley talk with Maurice DuBois about discovering a young guitarist named Jimi Hendrix. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Pl

  • 04:27 Popular Ernie Isley on sleeping with his guitar

    Ernie Isley on sleeping with his guitar

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    In this web exclusive, Ernie Isley, of the legendary Isley Brothers, talks with Maurice DuBois about his specially-designed Fender Guitar, named Zeal, and his reported habit of sleeping with "her." His wife, Tracy, chimes in on whether that's OK with her.

  • 05:40 Popular When summer takes Fridays off

    When summer takes Fridays off

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    Two years ago, about 20 percent of companies offered their staff Summer Fridays, where employees would work a little later on Monday through Thursday before taking a three-day weekend. Now, more than 40 percent of companies offer this summer perk. And it'

  • 04:18 Popular Amusement parks: A summer sensation

    Amusement parks: A summer sensation

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    From the smells of fried sugar to stomach-churning rides, there is just something about amusement parks that brings out the kid in us. And is there anything more fun than a roller coaster ride? Faith Salie talks with Arthur Levine, a roller coaster critic

  • 05:03 Enduring hundreds of insect stings, for science

    Enduring hundreds of insect stings, for science

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    You could say biologist Justin Schmidt has been bitten by the bug. In his quest to understand pain he's been stung up to 2,000 times, and has created the Schmidt Scale of Pain, rating the stings from 84 different insects. Schmidt talked with correspondent

  • 01:56 Popular Jim Gaffigan: Owning a boat is weird

    Jim Gaffigan: Owning a boat is weird

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    The comedian and "Sunday Morning" contributor doesn't get the fascination with keeping a boat, just to "take it out" and eat soggy sandwiches from a cooler. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday

  • 02:08 Nature: Planting Fields Arboretum

    Nature: Planting Fields Arboretum

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    We leave you this Sunday at the Planting Fields Arboretum in Oyster Bay, Long Island. Videographer: Kenton Young Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz Follow

  • 03:29 Popular The delight of frozen custard

    The delight of frozen custard

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    No one is quite sure why, but Milwaukee has the highest concentration of frozen custard shops in the world! To be specific, frozen custard is not ice cream, but the sinfully creamy experience has been popular here since it was invented at New York's Coney

  • 03:50 Popular A taste of summer: Lobster rolls

    A taste of summer: Lobster rolls

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    Once reviled as a crustacean fit only to feed prisoners, lobster has now gone viral, thanks in part to a New England tradition, the lobster roll - lobster meat in a sandwich. Mo Rocca checks in with some lobster roll connoisseurs, from Red's Eats in Maine

  • 02:01 A Gilded Age estate, now a state park

    A Gilded Age estate, now a state park

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    Jane Pauley visits Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, in Oyster Bay, N.Y., a 400-acre park featuring gardens, greenhouses, trees and pathways, centered around a stately historic mansion known as Coe Hall.

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