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  • 08:16 Recording the sounds of nature's quietest places

    Recording the sounds of nature's quietest places

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    Gordon Hempton, who calls himself the Sound Tracker, is an "acoustic ecologist" who has traveled the world recording the sounds of nature, from birdsong and rainfall to babbling brooks and the rustling of leaves. But the noise we humans make is making it

  • 02:56 One young boy's hoop dreams

    One young boy's hoop dreams

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    Thirteen-year-old Jamarion Styles, of Boca Raton, Florida, lost his hands, and most of his arms, as an infant due to a rare bacterial infection. But that didn't stop him from dreaming of playing on his middle school basketball team. Steve Hartman reports

  • 01:11 Popular By the Numbers: Bill O'Reilly

    By the Numbers: Bill O'Reilly

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    "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the Fox News host whose career took a stunning turn following accusations of sexual harassment. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning

  • 04:16 Blockbuster Video's unexpected sequel

    Blockbuster Video's unexpected sequel

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    The first Blockbuster video rental store opened in 1985, and at its peak the company had 9,000 stores worldwide. But that was before Netflix. Blockbuster went bankrupt in 2010, but not every store closed their doors. In fact, there are 12 Blockbusters sti

  • 04:04 The secrets of rewards travel

    The secrets of rewards travel

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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

  • 03:41 Popular Kitto Katto: Japan's candy obsession

    Kitto Katto: Japan's candy obsession

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    Kit Kat candy is exceedingly popular in Japan, where the name itself promises good luck. Up to five million Kit Kat bars are sold every day, in dozens more varieties and flavors than just the familiar chocolate bar available in the U.S. Mo Rocca samples s

  • 02:32 Popular A dating app you love to hate

    A dating app you love to hate

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    Hater is a dating app like no other: instead of matching you up with people that love the same things you do, it creates profiles based on what you hate. Founder Brendan Alper thinks mutual dis-likes are a better sign of compatibility than mutual likes, a

  • 08:25 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 "

  • 05:58 Popular 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

  • 04:57 Bodegas: Living the American Dream

    Bodegas: Living the American Dream

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    Bodega is the Spanish word for a small neighborhood store, but in New York City, it’s a small store that plays a very large role in the community. Maria Hinojosa of NPR visits a few of the 10,000 family-run businesses that dot the city.

  • 06:24 Why Are There Goats In The Trees?

    Why Are There Goats In The Trees?

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    The nut of the argan tree, which grows in the Moroccan countryside of Essaouira, contains a valuable oil known for its anti-aging properties, that is popping up in everything from shampoo and body lotion to food products. But nowhere on the labels will yo

  • 01:48 Popular Nature: Olympic National Park

    Nature: Olympic National Park

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    We leave you this Sunday morning in the Hoh Rain Forest at Olympic National Park in Washington State which gets up to 14 feet of rain every year. Videographer: Jamie McDonald.

  • 01:34 The May Pole Tradition

    The May Pole Tradition

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    A Spring tradition, the history of the May Pole spans centuries and continents, with its origins as varied as the costumes. Jane Pauley reports.

  • 05:48 America's Small Town In Canada

    America's Small Town In Canada

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    There is a place in Minnesota that has the feel of small town America, but if you want to get to the Northwest Angle, travelers have to leave the U.S. and go through Canada to get there. Lee Cowan explains a geographical quirk along the northern border.

  • 08:44 Medal Of Honor Recipient, And The Battle That Stays Forever

    Medal Of Honor Recipient, And The Battle That Stays Forever

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    Combat Outpost Keating was a remote U.S. Army position in Afghanistan that attracted a Taliban attack nearly seven years ago. The medal that one of its defenders received for his actions that day still weighs heavily on Sgt. Clint Romesha, as David Martin

  • 06:27 Popular Author Walks Every NYC Street

    Author Walks Every NYC Street

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    Traveling every block in the Big Apple on foot is a tremendous challenge, but it's one Bill Helmreich took on - and he did not bite off more than he could chew. Anthony Mason reports on the author of "The New York Nobody Knows," and joins him a stroll thr

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