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  • 03:18 New Today I Learned: Hamsters

    Today I Learned: Hamsters

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    Cheek THIS out

  • 04:00 New Animal Bites With Dave Salmoni: Bonnie The Runaway Calf

    Animal Bites With Dave Salmoni: Bonnie The Runaway Calf

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    A runaway calf survived in the wilderness for months with a little help from some unlikely friends. Today, she’s living a good life courtesy of Farm Sanctuary.

  • 08:11 New Water Valley Band (Texas Country Reporter)

    Water Valley Band (Texas Country Reporter)

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    The Water Valley High School band may be the smallest in the land, but they're putting out a great big sound. Judy & Brian Owen; Logan Chapman Water Valley, Texas https://www.facebook.com/TexasCountry... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TCRbob Te

  • 03:12 New Teeny Tiny Pets

    Teeny Tiny Pets

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    Get ready to lose your mind on this one y'all

  • 10:50 New 9 CURSED OBJECTS SCIENTISTS STILL CAN'T EXPLAIN

    9 CURSED OBJECTS SCIENTISTS STILL CAN'T EXPLAIN

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    TechZone ► https://goo.gl/Gj3wZs Today we have some stories about mysterious things and subjects, which are simply mind-boggling. They affect the lives of people in a strange, and often not very pleasant way. Who knows why bad luck accompanies these thing

  • 01:00 New Killers frontman Brandon Flowers on pop music today: "We need to class it up a little bit"

    Killers frontman Brandon Flowers on pop music today: "We need to class it up a little bit"

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    In this web extra, the lead singer of The Killers, Brandon Flowers, talks with correspondent Kristine Johnson about the state of popular music today. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning

  • 02:09 New The Killers return to their roots

    The Killers return to their roots

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    In this web extra, Ronnie Vannucci and Brandon Flowers, of the Las Vegas rock 'n' roll group The Killers, revisit with correspondent Kristine Johnson the house where the band practiced in its early days. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE:

  • 07:45 New How social media makes adolescence even harder

    How social media makes adolescence even harder

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    The new dramedy "Eighth Grade," about a painfully shy 13-year old stumbling through her last week of middle school, is the first film for writer-director Bo Burnham and for its young star, Elsie Fisher. But there's more to the movie than the usual teen an

  • 01:49 New Almanac: The Gianni Versace murder

    Almanac: The Gianni Versace murder

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    On July 15, 1997, the fashion designer was killed on the front steps of his Miami Beach mansion. Steve Hartman reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz

  • 05:09 New The art of making globes

    The art of making globes

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    In the era of Google Maps, who makes a living out of creating globes - by hand? Peter Bellerby, of Bellerby & Co. Globemakers, for one. Headquartered in London, he talks with Martha Teichner about how a desire to purchase a globe led to him becoming one o

  • 07:21 New The Killers lead singer Brandon Flowers

    The Killers lead singer Brandon Flowers

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    The Killers' song "Mr. Brightside" skyrocketed up the charts in 2003, and the group's most recent album, "Wonderful Wonderful," debuted at number one. Correspondent Kristine Johnson talks with Killers frontman Brandon Flowers about his deep Las Vegas root

  • 01:34 New Milepost: Reopening the Emmett Till murder case

    Milepost: Reopening the Emmett Till murder case

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    The Justice Department confirmed this week that, based on unspecified "new information." it is re-opening the case of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old African-American youth from Chicago who was kidnapped and killed in the town of Money, Mississippi back in 1

  • 03:54 New A Shanghai specialty: Soup dumplings

    A Shanghai specialty: Soup dumplings

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    Ben Tracy joins Shanghai-based food writer Crystal Mo to sample one of the city's most prized culinary delicacies: xialongbao, or soup dumplings. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HE

  • 03:59 New Students sing praises of music teacher

    Students sing praises of music teacher

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    For 30 years high school music teacher Robert Moore directed one of the greatest high school choral groups in the country, the Ponca City Chorale, of Ponca City, Okla. Now retired, Moore would love nothing more than a repeat performance. Unknown to Moore,

  • 09:16 New Sunday Profile: Jennifer Garner

    Sunday Profile: Jennifer Garner

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    Conor Knighton talks with the actress and fellow Charleston, West Virginia native who became a star on the series "Alias," and became tabloid fodder with her marriage to (and separation from) Ben Affleck. Today, Jennifer Garner is back on screen, and has

  • 05:48 New World Cup madness hits the U.S.

    World Cup madness hits the U.S.

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    Jim Axelrod meets with the "Men in Blazers" – soccer aficionados Michael Davies and Roger Bennett – who talk about the rise in popularity of soccer (sorry, football!) in the United States, and attribute it to the rise of a new medium: the Internet. They a

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