Full episodes of "Sunday Morning" are now available to watch on demand on CBSNews.com, CBS.com and CBS All Access, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV\/FireTV stick and Xbox. The show also streams on CBSN beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET and 1 p.m. ET. \u00a0"Sunday Morning"\u00a0 is also rebroadcast Sundays at 12:30 p.m. ET\/9:30 a.m. PT on the\u00a0Pop TV\u00a0cable channel.\u00a0WE\u0027LL SEE YOU ON THE RADIO:\u00a0"Sunday Morning" is available to CBS News Radio listeners.\u00a0You can also download the free\u00a0"Sunday Morning" podcast at iTunes. Now you\u0027ll never miss the trumpet!RECAP: MARCH 22Guest Host: Lee Cowan in Los AngelesWATCH THE FULL MARCH 22 EPISODE!FIRST THINGS FIRST:\u00a0Coronavirus and flattening the curve: "This is no time to be selfish"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDr. Jon LaPook on the part we must all play to reduce our exposure to the virus and minimize its spread to others.For more info:\u00a0Stars in the HouseThe Actors Fund\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0Coronavirus and the contagion of fear\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoWhile stress and anxiety can drive us to take healthy precautions in trying circumstances (like a pandemic), our irrational fear can become dangerous when it goes off the rails. David Pogue talks to psychologists and researchers about how emotion, in contrast to facts, can steer our response to danger and the unknown.For more info:David DeSteno, professor of psychology,\u00a0Northeastern University, BostonRajita Sinha, director,\u00a0Yale Interdisciplinary Stress Center, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.Albert Ko, professor of epidemiology,\u00a0Yale School of Public HealthCORONAVIRUS:\u00a0 CBS News\u0027 Seth Doane, diagnosed with COVID-19, on living under quarantine\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoCBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane is currently under quarantine at his home in Rome after being diagnosed with COVID-19. He speaks about how life has drastically changed in a country hard-hit by the virus, and how he and others struggle to maintain normalcy in an abnormal time.\u00a0FINANCE:\u00a0The economic fallout of coronavirus\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAs the global economy enters an unprecedented shutdown during the coronavirus outbreak, CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Nobel Prize-winning economics expert Joseph Stiglitz; Michael Goodman, president of the investment management firm Wealthstream Advisors; and Jake Dell,\u00a0 owner of New York City\u0027s venerable Katz\u0027s Delicatessen, about weathering the economic storm. She also talks with improv actor Ed Herbstman, whose Magnet Theater \u00e2\u0080\u0093 shuttered by the pandemic \u00e2\u0080\u0093 is now being forced to improvise.WEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0Coronavirus economics: Should you tap your 401(k) right now?The COVID-19 pandemic has created tremendous economic uncertainty. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Michael Goodman, president of the investment management firm Wealthstream Advisors, about how people should strategize when considering dipping into their retirement savings.WEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0How the coronavirus pandemic exposed deficiencies in our economyCBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger talks with Nobel Prize-winning Columbia University professor Joseph Sitglitz about how efficiencies in our economy, aimed at increasing short-term profit, have made us more vulnerable in the crisis we face today with the COVID-19 pandemic.For more info:Katz\u0027s Delicatessen, New York CityMagnet Theater, New York CityMagnet\u0027s Virtual Improv Show ScheduleJoseph Stiglitz, Columbia UniversityMichael Goodman, Wealthstream Advisors\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0Kenny Rogers (Video)"Sunday Morning" remembers singer Kenny Rogers ("The Gambler"), who died Friday at age 81.FROM THE ARCHIVE:\u00a0Kenny Rogers profiled by Russ Mitchell on "Sunday Morning" (9\/3\/2006)HISTORY:\u00a0Bellevue, the storied history of America\u0027s oldest public hospital\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe New York City medical institution became renowned for turning no one away, and for treating the worst of cases with the best of care. Mo Rocca reports.For more info:Bellevue Hospital Center, New York City"Bellevue: Three Centuries of Medicine and Mayhem at America\u0027s Most Storied Hospital"\u00a0by David Oshinsky (Anchor), in Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0AmazonLIFE UNDER QUARANTINE:\u00a0Movies as an escape from pandemic\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoCritic David Edelstein on the new streaming reality for the forcibly homebound, offering opportunities to see the world more deeply as we practice social-distancing.For more info:Turner Classic MoviesThe Criterion ChannelAmazon PrimeNetflixHuluCBS All Access"Emma"\u00a0(Focus Features)CORONAVIRUS:\u00a0Physicians and bioethicists on a pressing question: Who lives, and who dies?\u00a0| Watch VideoAs COVID-19 cases increase, hospitals are preparing for a situation in which the number of patients needing ventilators exceeds their actual number of ventilators. Senior Contributor Ted Koppel looks at the agonizing life-and-death choices hospitals may be facing.For more info:Dr. Maria Raven, University of California San Francisco HospitalDr. Tia Powell, director of bioethics, Montefiore Medical Center, New YorkProfessor David Williams, Harvard School of Public HealthCOMMENTARY:\u00a0Jim Gaffigan on family life under lockdown\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe comedian, who has been in quarantine with his wife and five children, on the new normal.Watch "Dinner With the Gaffigans" on\u00a0Jim Gaffigan\u0027s YouTube channel!For more info:\u00a0jimgaffigan.comFollow\u00a0@JimGaffigan\u00a0on TwitterJim Gaffigan\u0027s special,\u00a0"Quality Time,"\u00a0is available on Amazon Prime\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0SUNDAY PROFILE:\u00a0Alicia Keys on her struggle to know herself\u00a0| Watch VideoAlicia Keys might be the reigning queen of cool. But in the past few years, even as she was rocketing to new heights of fame, the\u00a0private\u00a0Alicia Keys was struggling with profound doubts about what she was doing, why she was doing it, and even who she was. Now, the multiple Grammy-winner has paused for a little self-reflection in a new book ("More Myself: A Journey") and a new album ("Alicia"), which she discusses with correspondent Tracy Smith.\u00a0WEB EXTRA:\u00a0Alicia Keys: In life we don\u0027t get what we ask for (VIDEO)Singer Alicia Keys reads an excerpt from her upcoming audio book of "More Myself: A Journey" (coming March 31), in which she talks of self-actualization and self-doubt.\u00a0To watch Alicia Keys perform "Underdog," from her upcoming album "Alicia," click on the video player below:\u00a0\u00a0For more info:\u00a0aliciakeys.comPre-order Alicia Keys\u0027 new album "Alicia," released on May 15 via\u00a0Amazon,\u00a0Google Play\u00a0and\u00a0iTunes"More Myself: A Journey"\u00a0by Alicia Keys (Flatiron Books), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available March 31 via\u00a0AmazonPre-order the audio book of "More Myself: A Journey"\u00a0read by Alicia Keys and special guests, available March 31LIFE UNDER QUARANTINE:\u00a0Chef Bobby Flay on food as a retreat\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoChef, restaurateur and Food Network star Bobby Flay on the fallout from coronavirus on the food service industry, and how preparing comfort food becomes a familiar retreat in unsettling times.RECIPES:\u00a0Comfort food for discomfiting timesBobby Flay offers his recipes for Spaghetti & Meatballs with Ricotta, Chicken Soup, and Chicken Salad.For more info:bobbyflay.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ESSAY:\u00a0No, the world is not ending\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThoughts from Lee Cowan on what changes have been brought to our lives by the coronavirus outbreak, and how social distancing may actually bring us closer together.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Cherry blossoms (Video)"Sunday Morning" visits the nation\u0027s capital for a view of blossoming cherry trees, a hopeful sign of spring. Videographer: Danny Farkas.WEB EXCLUSIVES:\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Allowing nature to tend to our souls"Sunday Morning" contributing videographer Judy Lehmberg offers a break from the virus.RECAP: MARCH 15Due to the coronavirus diagnosis of several employees at the CBS Broadcast Center, "Sunday Morning" will present an encore broadcast of our 40th anniversary celebration, which originally aired on January 27, 2019.\u00a0WATCH THE FULL MARCH 15 EPISODE!A LOOK BACK:\u00a0A history of "Sunday Morning" (Video)Jane Pauley looks back at the very beginning of "Sunday Morning" in 1979, and how over the last four decades the broadcast has stayed true to Charles Kuralt\u0027s vision \u00e2\u0080\u0093 traveling the back roads, taking our audience places and showing them things they wouldn\u0027t see anywhere else on television, to make sure "gentler subjects" get their due.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0The roads less traveled\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFor 40 years, "Sunday Morning" correspondents have meandered from exotic destinations and out-of-the-way places to our own backyards. Lee Cowan takes on a Sunday Drive through the past.A LOOK BACK:\u00a0The musicians of "Sunday Morning" (Video)We take a moment to re-visit some of the countless musical stars that "Sunday Morning" has profiled over the years.MUSIC:\u00a0"Abblasen" (Video)There\u0027s no mistaking our "Sunday Morning" theme music, no matter how many different ways it\u0027s been played over the years. Nancy Giles gives the story of how 18th century German composer Gottfried Reiche\u0027s Abblasen" became our theme, and talks with musician Wynton Marsalis, whose recording has been trumpeting the start of our show every week for almost 15 years.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0The artist\u0027s vision\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFor four decades "Sunday Morning" has been a sort of art gallery on TV. Martha Teichner checks out some of the artists whose work has graced our screens.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0Stories with heart\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoTracy Smith explores a "Sunday Morning" specialty: stories spotlighting people great and small at their best.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ART:\u00a0The "Sun Queen"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFor 20 years associate director Jessica Frank has been handpicking every shining example of sun artwork to appear on our program \u00e2\u0080\u0093 about 9,000 and counting. Serena Altschul talks to Frank about what goes into bringing sunshine into every broadcast.A LOOK BACK:\u00a0That\u0027s entertainment (Video)"Sunday Morning" looks back at some of the stars of stage and screen that have been on our program during the past four decades.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0The bold-faced interviews\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOver the years "Sunday Morning" has brought its viewers interviews with some of the most fascinating newsmakers. Rita Braver brings us a roll call.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0Good neighbors (Video)Steve Hartman tells us about an unusual ritual in one Utah community that has bound residents together, to come to the aid every evening of a neighbor with multiple sclerosis.\u00a0(Originally broadcast September 14, 2018.)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0The quirky side of life (Video)Mo Rocca digs into some of the quirky stories that have been a "Sunday Morning" tradition since Charles Kuralt first went "on the road." \u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ODE:\u00a0A poem by Ted Koppel\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" is treated to an ode by our Special Contributor.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0A LOOK BACK:\u00a0In memoriam (Video)Jane Pauley remembers some of the members of our "Sunday Morning" family whom we have lost over the past 40 years.NATURE:\u00a0Capturing the "Sunday Morning" Moments of Nature |\u00a0Watch VideoConor Knighton meets some of our team of videographers who bring the beauty and sounds of nature to our broadcast each week.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Caddo Lake, Texas (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to Caddo Lake in Texas. Videographer: Scot Miller.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVE:\u00a0LIVE EVENT:\u00a0An Evening with CBS Sunday Morning - Live at Town Hall (Video)In honor of its 40-year anniversary, CBS "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley and the show\u0027s team of correspondents recently held a special live event at New York\u0027s historic Town Hall, "An Evening with CBS Sunday Morning." Guests included Jon Bastiste, and the subjects of one of Steve Hartman\u0027s most heartwarming profiles.RECAP: MARCH 8WATCH THE FULL\u00a0 MARCH 8 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0Italy goes to new extremes to fight coronavirus outbreak (Video)Italy, which has the highest coronavirus death toll outside of Asia, has announced stringent new measures to fight the outbreak, quarantining about a quarter of its people, and even banning weddings and funerals. Charlie D\u0027Agata has the latest.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HEADLINES:\u00a0Coronavirus: Steps to stay safe\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDr. Jon LaPook with the latest on the virus\u0027 spread in the U.S., and what precautions you should take to avoid infecting yourself and others.See also:\u00a0The facts about coronavirus: What you need to know\u00a0("Sunday Morning," 3\/1\/20)COVER STORY:\u00a0Napping \u00e2\u0080\u0093 You snooze, you win!\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoWhoever said "You snooze, you lose," never met Brian Halligan, CEO of a Boston-area tech company, who admits he sleeps on the job. And researchers say that can be a good thing: An afternoon nap has been found to improve performance, cognition and memory, and reduce frustration. Need proof? How about the 2013 Boston Red Sox, who put a nap room in the clubhouse, on their way to earning their World Series championship rings? Susan Spencer talks with sleep doctors and historians about the restorative effects of naps; how our sleep architecture has changed over time; and why sleep-deprived Americans spend almost $30 billion a year on items (from weighted napping blankets to sleep-enhancing pajamas) geared toward helping them catch some shuteye.\u00a0For more info:Brian Halligan, HubSpotFollow\u00a0@bhalligan on TwitterDr. Charles Czeisler, Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Brigham and Women\u0027s Hospital, BostonRoger Ekirch, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va."At Day\u0027s Close: Night in Times Past"\u00a0by A. Roger Ekirch (W.W. Norton), in Trade Paperback and eBook, available via\u00a0AmazonDayna Johnson, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, AtlantaVispring, New YorkThe Napper weighted blanket from Bearaby.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0The Marx Brothers\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn March 8, 1959, Groucho, Chico and Harpo appeared together for the last time, on TV\u0027s "General Electric Theater." Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0For more info:marx-brothers.orgSee also:Remembering Groucho Marx\u00a0("Sunday Morning," 8\/16\/07)Almanac: Margaret Dumont\u00a0("Sunday Morning," 10\/20\/19)PHOTOGRAPHY:\u00a0Muhammad Ali, in and out of the ring\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe book "Picture: Muhammad Ali" shows how photographers from the Louisville Courier-Journal, the boxer\u0027s hometown newspaper, captured both public and private moments of "The Greatest." Tony Dokoupil reports.\u00a0GALLERY:\u00a0Rare photos of Muhammad AliFor more info:"Picture: Muhammad Ali \u00e2\u0080\u0093 A Rare Glimpse Into the Life of The Champ by the Photographers of the Courier-Journal"\u00a0(PSG), in Hardcover, available via\u00a0AmazonOur thanks to Nicholas Bareis and\u00a0Louisville Select Boxing\u00a0for their generosity in lending us their gym\u00a0STAGE:\u00a0"Riverdance" at 25\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn the 1990s "Riverdance," a boisterous celebration of Irish music and dance, became an unlikely show-biz phenomenon, with sold-out performances around the globe. Now it\u0027s back with a 25th anniversary show, headed for New York\u0027s Radio City Music Hall. Correspondent Mark Phillips talks with John McColgan and Moya Doherty, producers of the original "Riverdance" and its newest iteration, and with 22-year-old dancer Amy-Mae Dolan, who has never known a world without "Riverdance."For more info:"Riverdance"\u00a0(Official site)"Riverdance" U.S. tour datesFollow\u00a0@Riverdance on Twitter,\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Facebook\u00a0and\u00a0YouTubeRiverdance Dancer Application FormFollow\u00a0Amy-Mae Dolan on InstagramThanks to Grace Cheatham, Eliza Jose, and Lucy Sullivan of the\u00a0Aherne Sheehan School of Irish Dance, New York, N.Y.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0Norah and Dan (Video)Four years ago, Dan Peterson was in his darkest days. His wife had just died, he was severely depressed, and was out grocery shopping for himself in Augusta, Ga., when he was spotted by four-year-old Norah Wood, who said, "Hi, old person!" and demanded a hug. The two struck up an unlikely friendship which continued through Norah\u0027s kindergarten graduation and weekly visits to his garden, with countless hugs along the way, even up to the day before Dan died last month at age 85. Steve Hartman revisits the friendship that touched the world, which offered a prescription for happiness.HISTORY:\u00a0The 1918 flu pandemic, a cautionary tale\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe pandemic of H1N1 virus in 1918 infected about one-third of the world\u0027s population, causing at least 50 million deaths, including more than a half-million in the United States. \u00a0Martha Teichner reports.For more info:\u00a0"The Great Influenza: The Epic Story of the Deadliest Plague in History"\u00a0by John M. Barry (Penguin), in Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazon"Influenza: The Hundred Year Hunt to Cure the Deadliest Disease in History"\u00a0by Jeremy Brown (Atria Books), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0AmazonMUSIC:\u00a0 The Dixie Chicks on turning their bad times into ballads\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Dixie Chicks, comprised of lead singer Natalie Maines and sisters Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, are one of the biggest female music acts of all time, with tens of millions of records sold, and 13 Grammy Awards. They talk with correspondent Tracy Smith about the Iraq War controversy that led to boycotts and blacklists of their music over comments made about President George W. Bush, and how failed relationships became a source of inspiration for their upcoming album, "Gaslighter," their first studio album together since 2006\u0027s Grammy-winning smash "Taking the Long Way."Watch the official music video of "Gaslighter" by the Dixie Chicks:For more info:Dixie Chicks\u00a0(Official site)Tour infoPre-order "Gaslighter" by the Dixie Chicks (Columbia Records), available May 1 via\u00a0Amazon,\u00a0Google Play,\u00a0iTunes\u00a0and\u00a0SpotifyMarley\u0027s Mutts Dog Rescue, Tehachapi, Calif.Proclaim Justice, Austin\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0"Sunday Morning" remembers |\u00a0Watch VideoWe look back at the lives of noted figures from the WWII homefront, architecture and television who left us: Rosalind P. Walter, an inspiration for "Rosie the Riveter"; architect Henry Cobb; James Lipton, longtime host of TV\u0027s "Inside the Actors Studio"; and jazz pianist McCoy Tyner. \u00a0SUNDAY PROFILE:\u00a0Mandy Moore returns to music with "Silver Landings"\u00a0| Watch VideoMandy Moore was a certified teen pop star, and a regular presence on MTV, before stretching into acting. Just a few years ago, she had been so shaken by a divorce and lack of acting work she considered leaving Hollywood. But that was before landing a starring role in a show that exceeded all expectations, the TV hit "This Is Us." Moore talked with correspondent Luke Burbank about a young girl\u0027s music dreams, and a woman realizing her dreams with her new album, "Silver Landings," a collaboration with her second husband, musician Taylor Goldsmith.To watch Mandy Moore perform "Save a Little For Yourself," from her album, "Silver Landings," click on the video player below:\u00a0For more info:"Silver Landings" by Mandy Moore (Verve Forecast), available via\u00a0Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble,\u00a0Google Play,\u00a0iTunes\u00a0and\u00a0SpotifyFollow\u00a0@ThemandyMoore on Twitter,\u00a0Facebook\u00a0and\u00a0Instagrammandymooreofficial.comMandy Moore tour info"This Is Us"\u00a0(NBC)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE:\u00a0River otters (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us along the Arrowhead State Trail in northern Minnesota, a winter playground for river otters. Videographer: Scot Miller.WEB EXCLUSIVES: \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of March 9\u00a0| Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. \u00a0NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Plants that steal or kill for nutrientsSeveral rare plant species found at New York\u0027s Letchworth State Park don\u0027t rely on photosynthesis to survive.TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (March 6)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: MARCH 1WATCH THE FULL MARCH 1 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0Ed O\u0027Keefe: Voters are deciding at the last minute (Video)Correspondent Ed O\u0027Keefe reports on former Vice President Joe Biden\u0027s big win in the South Carolina primary Saturday, and looks ahead to a "Super-sized" Tuesday in the presidential primary.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HEADLINES:\u00a0The facts about coronavirus: What you need to know\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDr. Jon LaPook with the latest information about the virus and how to protect yourself and others.\u00a0For more info:\u00a0Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Coronavirus\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0 Gretchen Carlson and the complicated truth about NDAs\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn the wake of widespread revelations about sexual harassment that have brought down dozens of powerful men (including Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein), the role of non-disclosure agreements, or NDAs, has come under heavy scrutiny. Critics say these deals, where both parties agree to keep quiet about a harassment allegation in exchange for money, can be used to protect serial offenders. Former news anchor Gretchen Carlson and her Fox News colleague Julie Roginsky talk with Faith Salie about Lift Our Voices, an organization they helped found that advocates for laws banning the use of confidentiality agreements in sexual harassment settlements. Salie also talks with University of Pennsylvania Law School professor David Hoffman and attorney Debra Katz about the harm NDAs can do.For more info:Lift Our VoicesDavid Hoffman, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law SchoolDebra Katz, Katz, Marshall & Banks, LLP\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0The first commercially-successful typewriter\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn March 1, 1873, the Remington company produced a typewriter with the now-familiar "QWERTY" keyboard. Jane Pauley reports.For more info:Mesa Typewriter Exchange, Mesa, Ariz. (Facebook)typewriters.comThe Virtual Typewriter MuseumSmith Corona Typewriter MuseumBUSINESS:\u00a0How Jenny Doan created the Disneyland of quilting\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoA decade ago Hamilton, Missouri was like a lot of small towns with its best days behind it. Then Jenny Doan and her family, who\u0027d been through rough patches themselves, opened a quilting shop, and Doan launched a new career as a YouTube quilting celebrity. Correspondent Luke Burbank reports.For more info:Missouri Star Quilt Company, Hamilton, Mo.Man\u0027s Land, Hamilton, Mo.Follow Missouri Star on\u00a0Instagram,\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0YouTubeSUNDAY PROFILE:\u00a0Paulina Porizkova: "It\u0027s really freaking hard to be a woman over 50"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Czech emigre supermodel was a familiar cover girl in the 1980s and \u002790s and became the face of Est\u00c3\u00a9e Lauder. But now, Paulina Porizkova tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason, the modeling shoots are much rarer, and the death last September of her husband, Ric Ocasek of The Cars, left her with a shocking surprise.For more info:Follow\u00a0Paulina Porizkova on Instagram,\u00a0Facebook\u00a0and\u00a0Twitter\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0An amateur goalie put to the test (Video)When a former Zamboni driver took to the ice last week as an emergency replacement goaltender and stopped 8 out of 10 shots, he became an overnight sensation among NHL fans. But, thought correspondent Steve Hartman, could an Average Joe do just as well stopping pucks? He suited up to find out - and it didn\u0027t quite go as he\u0027d hoped.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0"Sunday Morning" remembers (Video)"Sunday Morning" marks the passing this week of noted figures in the fields of literature and science: adventure novelist Clive Cussler; NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, whose story was told in "Hidden Figures"; and theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson.FROM THE ARCHIVES:\u00a0Author and undersea explorer Clive Cussler (Video)Novelist Clive Cussler, the man whose maritime alter-ego, adventurer Dirk Pitt, raised the Titanic and explored countless shipwrecks, has himself located more than 60 sunken ships and submarines. Cussler (who died on February 24, 2020, at age 88) talked to correspondent Anthony Mason in this interview that originally aired on "Sunday Morning" on January 25, 1998, in which he discussed his passion for vintage cars, and for going beneath the ocean\u0027s surface to find the answers to naval history\u0027s perplexing questions.TELEVISION:\u00a0 Vanna White, a woman of letters\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoSince 1982, Vanna White has demonstrated that no one reveals letters better than she. Correspondent Mo Rocca profiles the "Wheel of Fortune" hostess, and also speaks with Pat Sajak about their long partnership.For more info:Follow\u00a0Vanna White on Instagram,\u00a0Facebook\u00a0and\u00a0TwitterFollow\u00a0"Wheel of Fortune" on Instagram"Wheel of Fortune"\u00a0(Official site)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0MILEPOST:\u00a0Leap Year: Bringing birthdays out of limbo\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIt\u0027s the paradox Gilbert & Sullivan highlighted in "The Pirates of Penzance": Those born on February 29 are out of sync with everyone else.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ARCHITECTURE:\u00a0Architect Rem Koolhaas contemplates the future of cities - and the countryside\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAt New York\u0027s Guggenheim Museum, a thought-provoking exhibition recently opened with virtually no art. Its subject? Rural spaces. "Countryside: The Future" is presented by a man famous for designing buildings that define urban skylines, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas. He spoke with correspondent Seth Doane about his highly-anticipated show aimed at bringing focus to life outside cities, which makes up 98 percent of the world.For more info:Rem Koolhaas, OMA"Countryside, The Future"\u00a0at the Guggenheim Museum, New York City (through August 14, 2020) |\u00a0Ticket infoExhibition catalogue:\u00a0"Countryside, A Report"\u00a0by AMO\/Rem Koolhaas (Guggenheim\/Taschen), in Trade Paperback, available via\u00a0Amazon\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of March 2\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Owls (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to Plum Island in Massachusetts, a winter home for owls. Videographer: Michael Clark.WEB EXCLUSIVES: \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Plants that steal or kill for nutrientsSeveral rare plant species found at New York\u0027s Letchworth State Park don\u0027t rely on photosynthesis to survive.TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (February 28)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: FEBRUARY 23WATCH THE FULL FEBRUARY 23 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0Sanders wins Nevada\u0027s Democratic caucuses (Video)Senator Bernie Sanders celebrated in Texas Saturday after clinching the Nevada presidential caucuses. Nikole Killion reports from Las Vegas.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0Epic, the software company that\u0027s changed the sharing of medical records (including, probably, yours)\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoCorrespondent Lee Cowan reports on an unusual Wisconsin company that is changing the way medical records are kept, accessed and disseminated.\u00a0For more info:Epic Systems Corporation, Verona, Wis.Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0"Remember the Alamo!"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFebruary 23, 1836 marked the beginning of the Mexican army\u0027s 13-day siege upon the Alamo mission in what is today San Antonio, Texas. Jane Pauley reports. \u00a0For more info:The Alamo, San AntonioRemembering the Alamo\u00a0(Smithsonian Magazine, April 2004)"The Alamo"\u00a0(1960) available on Blu-ray and DVD"The Alamo"\u00a0(2004) available on Blu-ray and DVDART:\u00a0Assemblage artist Betye Saar: Making the ordinary extraordinary\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn recent months 93-year-old artist Betye Saar has been cast in the spotlight with major shows in New York City and Los Angeles, both met with glowing reviews. Saar\u0027s primary art form is assemblage \u00e2\u0080\u0093 sculptures made from found items that she pieces together, often addressing spirituality and black oppression \u00e2\u0080\u0093 that turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Correspondent Serna Altschul reports.For more info:betyesaar.net"Betye Saar: Call and Response"\u00a0at the Resnick Pavilion of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (through April 5, 2020) |\u00a0Ticket infoExhibition catalogue:\u00a0"Betye Saar: Call and Response"\u00a0by Carol S. Eliel (Prestel), available via\u00a0Amazon"Betye Saar" The Legends of \u0027Black Girl\u0027s Window\u0027"\u00a0at the Museum of Modern Art (exhibition closed) |\u00a0Audio playlistExhibition catalogue:\u00a0"Betye Saar: Black Girl\u0027s Window"\u00a0by \u00a0Esther Adler and Christophe Cherix (MoMA), in Trade Paperback, available via\u00a0AmazonBetye Saar (Robert Projects)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0MILEPOST:\u00a0Changes at Victoria\u0027s Secret (Video)A major change is underway at the struggling lingerie retailer Victoria\u0027s Secret. Jane Pauley reports.BUSINESS:\u00a0Bob\u0027s Red Mill\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAt 91, Bob Moore is an unexpected celebrity in the whole natural and organic foods industry, as the face of the company he founded, Bob\u0027s Red Mill. He talks with correspondent Luke Burbank about his recipe for success.For more info:bobsredmill.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0A special bond (Video)Eight-year-old Robbie Gay loves an underdog. An abused child who entered the foster care system before being adopted, he now goes to the Flagler County Humane Society in Palm Coast, Florida, determined to adopt as many dogs as his parents will allow. But not just any dogs. Steve Hartman reports.COVER STORY:\u00a0George Washington\u0027s turbulent retirement\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThrough eight grueling years of the Revolutionary War, and another eight as the first President of the United States, George Washington was sustained by a dream, of the day he would return to Mount Vernon, his beloved plantation high above the Potomac River, where at 65 years old he aspired to a peaceful retirement as a farmer. But that\u0027s not quite how it turned out. His post-presidency was filled with controversy, intrigue, and personal torment. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Chip Reid visits Mount Vernon, and talks with Jonathan Horn, author of "Washington\u0027s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle."BOOK EXCERPT:\u00a0"Washington\u0027s End," on the final years of the father of our countryFor more info:"Washington\u0027s End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle"\u00a0by Jonathan Horn (Scribner), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0AmazonGeorge Washington\u0027s Mount VernonMOVIES:\u00a0Richard Dreyfuss on facing down sharks, aliens, and his own demons\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Oscar-winning star talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about success, failure, and his goal to become a better person.EXTENDED INTERVIEW:\u00a0Richard Dreyfuss on "American Graffiti," "Jaws," and civics classesAn expanded transcript of Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz\u0027s conversation with the Oscar-winning actor, who talks about his apprenticeship in 1960s TV; George Lucas and Steven Spielberg; and what Civil War general he would like to play\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HISTORY:\u00a0The Battle of Iwo Jima, 75 years ago\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0OPINION:\u00a0Faith Salie: There\u0027s no "I" in "Team," but there is a "ME"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe "Sunday Morning" contributor says the increasingly indiscriminate use of the term "Team" among work colleagues can be self-serving to a team\u0027s "Leader."For more info:faithsalie.comART:\u00a0Keeping a classic technique of painting alive in Florence\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAt his studio Charles Cecil teaches the "sight-size" method of portraiture developed during the Renaissance. Seth Doane reports.\u00a0For more info:Charles H. Cecil Studios, FlorenceRaffaello Romanelli, Florence\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0CORRESPONDENCE:\u00a0"Sunday Morning" news and viewer mail (Video)Jane Pauley dips into the mail bag.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of February 24 |\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Frozen waterfall (Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to a wintry scene at Letchworth State Park south of Rochester, New York. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:SUNSPOTS:\u00a0Craft beers surge in popularity, with more than 7,000 craft brewers in U.S. alone\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDomestic sales of craft beers have grown to more than $27 billion annually, representing about a quarter of the American beer market. "Sunday Morning" producer Sara Kugel talked with Marcus Doucet, who opened Manchester, N.H.\u0027s Backyard Brewery, one of more than 7,000 craft breweries in the U.S.For more info:Backyard Brewery, Manchester, New HampshireGreat American Beer Festival, DenverBrewers Associationcraftbeer.comNATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Marine biology at Monterey BayThe waters off the California town made famous by John Steinbeck\u0027s "Cannery Row" feature one of the most productive and diverse marine ecosystems in the world.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (February 21)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: FEBRUARY 16WATCH THE FULL FEBRUARY 16 EPISODE!COVER STORY:\u00a0Taking migraine seriously\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAbout one in seven people live with what\u0027s ranked as the second-most debilitating disease on the planet, right after back pain: migraine. Though the causes are unclear, migraine is a serious neurological disease that often runs in families. But the malady is not often taken seriously, in part because the headaches, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, dizziness, and a host of other symptoms affect three times as many women as men. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with doctors grappling with treatments for migraine (and a shortage of migraine researchers), and a Cincinnati artist whose migraine visions have become key to her art.BOOK EXCERPT:\u00a0"Migraine: A History"Medical historian Katherine Foxhall writes of a disabling disease that is little understood, but which affects one out of seven people on EarthFor more info:Migraine artist Priya Rama: Transforming pain into beautyDr. William Young, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, PhiladelphiaMiles for Migraine"Migraine: A History"\u00a0by Katherine Foxhall (Johns Hopkins University Press), in Trade Paperback and eBook formats, available via\u00a0AmazonNational Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NIH)Shakespeare & Co. Booksellers, New York City\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0Esperanto\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn February 16, 1905, America\u0027s first club devoted to the constructed universal language Esperanto was founded in Boston. Jane Pauley reports. [La 16-an de februaro 1905, la unua klubo de Usono dedi\u00c4\u0089ita al la konstruita universala lingvo Esperanto fondi\u00c4\u009dis en Boston. Jane Pauley raportas.]For more info:Esperanto-USA (Esperanto League for North America)Esperanto.orgMUSIC:\u00a0Air Supply: Love is in the air\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAir Supply, the duo from Australia that\u0027s never gone away, has been perfecting their romantic pop ballad blend for more than four decades. Correspondent Nancy Giles talked with Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell about their lack of ego, and these musicians\u0027 gift for making love out of nothing at all.\u00a0You can stream the Air Supply album "The Lost in Love Experience" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:Air Supply\u00a0(Official site)Tour info"The Lost in Love Experience (Live)" by Air Supply, available via\u00a0Amazon,\u00a0Google Play,\u00a0iTunes\u00a0and\u00a0SpotifyAir Supply are Goodwill Ambassadors of\u00a0Issa Trust Foundation, a charity focused on pediatric healthcare and education for children in Jamaica\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0FOOD:\u00a0Faith Salie on the bittersweet truth about her love of chocolate\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe "Sunday Morning" contributor says she doesn\u0027t need the esoteric additives in competing varieties of milk, dark and white chocolate to make her go for the cacao.For more info:faithsalie.comENTERTAINMENT:\u00a0The history of the Moulin Rouge\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret with a windmill that opened in the Montmartre section of Paris 130 years ago, is still drawing crowds to its spectacular shows featuring a chorus line of topless dancers. And it\u0027s now the inspiration for a hit Broadway musical. Correspondent Alina Cho visits the fabled landmark that has inspired artists and writers (and even marriage proposals), and talks with its artistic director and dancers, along with the Tony Award-winning set designer of the new Broadway show, "Moulin Rouge!: The Musical."\u00a0WEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0"Moulin Rouge!" scenic designer Derek McLaneA new Broadway musical is translating Baz Luhrman\u0027s 2001 movie "Moulin Rouge!" to the stage. In this web exclusive, correspondent Alina Cho talks with Tony Award-winning scenic designer Derek McLane about how he transformed New York\u0027s Al Hirschfeld Theatre into a world evocative of the landmark Parisian cabaret.For more info:Moulin Rouge, Montmartre, Paris"Moulin Rogue: The Musical"\u00a0at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, New York City |\u00a0Ticket info"Moulin Rouge"\u00a0(2001), directed by Baz Luhrman (Official site), available on Digital Download, Blu-ray and DVD"Le Moulin Rouge en folies" by Francesco Rapazzini (in French), available in Trade Paperback and eBook formats via\u00a0Amazon\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0Happily ever after (Video)Forty-five-year-old Corey Cunningham, who has an incurable brain tumor and is under hospice care, had one item on his bucket list: get married. So, doctors and nurses at Houston Methodist Hospital rushed him to the chapel, where he became the first patient there to have his bachelor status removed. Steve Hartman meets the bride and the groom, who explains why he feels like "the luckiest man alive."\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0MOVIES:\u00a0 Harrison Ford, the reluctant superstar, on "The Call of the Wild"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoHarrison Ford has embodied some of the most enduring characters ever put on film as part of the "Star Wars" and Indiana Jones franchises. In his latest movie role he has embarked on one of the most enduring tales of man\u0027s best friend ever written: Jack London\u0027s "The Call of the Wild." Correspondent Lee Cowan sat down with the Oscar-nominated actor to talk about performing opposite a CGI dog; returning to the character of Indiana Jones for another upcoming adventure; and speaking out as an advocate for protecting the environment, among his other passionate causes.To watch a trailer for "The Call of the Wild" click on the video player below. The movie opens in theatres February 21.\u00a0For more info:"The Call of the Wild"\u00a0(Official Site)HISTORY:\u00a0Auschwitz, 75 years after liberation\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoLast month about 200 survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp returned to the site where 1.1 million people were murdered \u00e2\u0080\u0093 Jews, Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, gypsies, and others. Their ceremony, marking the 75th anniversary of their liberation, was a tribute to the living, and a lament for the dead. Preserving Auschwitz has been the mission of billionaire Ronald Lauder, who first visited in 1987 while he was the U.S. Ambassador to Austria. The chairman of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Foundation and president of the World Jewish Congress, Lauder helped raise $40 million to open a conservation lab at Auschwitz so that objects telling the story of genocide will bear witness long after the survivors of Auschwitz are gone. Correspondent Martha Teichner reports.BOOK EXCERPT:\u00a0"Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz"For more info:Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial FoundationAuschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, O\u00c5\u009bwi\u00c4\u0099cim,\u00a0 PolandWorld Jewish Congress"Survivors Club: The True Story of a Very Young Prisoner of Auschwitz"\u00a0by Michael Bornstein and Debbie Bornstein Holinstat (Farrar Straus Giroux), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0AmazonUnited States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.HISTORY:\u00a0Yad Vashem: A mission to remember the victims of the Holocaust\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoCut into a Jerusalem hillside is a striking modern memorial to an unthinkable past. Part museum and part archive, Yad Vashem stores the documents and artifacts of the Holocaust, the stories of millions of victims, and the testimonies of survivors who lost family members and loved ones. Seth Doane reports on the efforts made by museum staff and volunteers to identify the millions of souls lost to the Nazis\u0027 genocide. \u00a0For more info:Yad Vashem: The World Holocaust Remembrance Center, JerusalemFollow\u00a0@YadVashem on Twitter,\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Instagram\u00a0and\u00a0YouTubeArchitect Moshe SafdieCOMMENTARY:\u00a0Charlotte Alter on young voters\u0027 support of "socialism"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Time magazine correspondent says progressive candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are pushing for advances in areas such as health care, child care and income inequality that older generations might equate with Communism. So what, exactly, is in a label?For more info:"The Ones We\u0027ve Been Waiting For: How a New Generation of Leaders Will Transform America"\u00a0by Charlotte Alter (Viking), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0AmazonCharlotte Alter at Time MagazineFollow\u00a0@CharlotteAlter on Twitter\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0North Dakota (Extended Video)On this Presidents Day weekend, "Sunday Morning" takes us to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. Videographer: Valarie D\u0027Elia.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:MUSIC:\u00a0Texas HS students compete in Mariachi festival (Video)Mariachi started in the late 1800s when Mexican musicians began adopting European instruments, like the violin, guitar, trumpet and accordion. But when Linda Ronstadt\u0027s 1987 album of songs she heard her Mexican father sing became a smash, mariachi went mainstream. Today, high school students across Texas practice this form of folkloric music that transcends the U.S.-Mexico border. Correspondent Barry Petersen talked to some of the young musicians who came to Edinburg in southwest Texas, where 70 bands participated in the 2019 State Mariachi Festival, which became a state-sanctioned competition for the first time.For more info:\u00a0State Mariachi Festival\u00a0(University Interscholastic League)NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Giraffes, a most improbable animalTheir general anatomy is a study in superlatives: the tallest terrestrial animals on Earth, with necks that are six feet long, \u00a0and strong legs to help support weight of up to 3,000 pounds.CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of February 17\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (February 14)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0RECAP: FEBRUARY 9WATCH THE FULL FEBRUARY 9 EPISODE!COVER STORY:\u00a0How intimacy coordinators are changing the way intimate encounters are filmed\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoMovies have long had stunt coordinators to oversee action scenes. But In the era of #MeToo, there\u0027s a new focus on how romantic scenes are filmed for movies and TV. It\u0027s led to the rise of a new figure on set: the intimacy coordinator, who helps actors and directors choreograph and act out sexual encounters safely and effectively. Rita Braver talks with Alicia Rodis, of Intimacy Directors International, about how the HBO series "The Deuce" changed the way actors get up-close-and-personal.For more info:"The Deuce"\u00a0(HBO)Intimacy Directors InternationalFollow alicia_rodis on Instagram\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0Carmen Miranda\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn February 9, 1909, the samba singer, dancer and star of Hollywood musicals \u00e2\u0080\u0093 celebrated as the "lady with the tutu-frutti hat" \u00e2\u0080\u0093 was born. Jane Pauley reports.MOVIES:\u00a0Rescuing scenic backdrops from Hollywood\u0027s Golden Age\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn Hollywood\u0027s Golden Age, hand-painted backdrops played a vital role in the magic of movies, creating cities, sunsets, or any other setting a director could imagine. These massive artworks were some of the largest paintings ever created, by artists whose work often went unappreciated. John Blackstone reports on efforts to rescue these works of cinema history.For more info:Backdrop Recovery Project"The Art of the Hollywood Backdrop"\u00a0by Richard M. Isackes and Karen L. Maness (Regan Arts), in Hardcover and eBook format, available via\u00a0AmazonKaren Mannes, Department of Theatre and Dance, scenic art supervisor at Texas Performing Arts, University of Texas at AustinJC Backings, Culver City, Calif.Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0MUSIC:\u00a0 Dance, dance, dance! Toni Basil has all the right moves\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Oh, Mickey, you\u0027re so fine, you\u0027re so fine you blow my mind, hey, Mickey! Hey, Mickey!"\u00a0Recording artist, actress, dancer, choreographer and music video director Toni Basil had a worldwide hit with her 1981 pop tune, "Mickey." Kristine Johnson catches up with Basil, who was instrumental in the new Quentin Tarantino film, "Once Upon a Time\u00e2\u0080\u00a6 in Hollywood."For more info:tonibasil.netMOVIES:\u00a0 A small town silver-screen fairy tale, with real buttered popcorn\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoSixty-five-year-old Craig Smith has loved movies his whole life. So much so that, about 10 years ago, he took a leap of faith, and his life savings, to turn an old firehouse in Kingston, Washington, into the tiny town\u0027s only movie house. But running a theater that\u0027s practically a one-man operation isn\u0027t easy, and Smith has faced difficulties that have stirred the community to help. Lee Cowan takes in a show at the Firehouse Theater.\u00a0For more info:Firehouse Theater, Kingston, Wash.Oscar Party at the Firehouse Theater, Sunday, Feb. 9 beginning at 5 p.m.Kingston Firehouse Theater Fundraising Page\u00a0(GoFundMe)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0MOVIES:\u00a0 A promise fulfilled: Filming a story of heroism in battle\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn April 11, 1966, Airman 1st Class William Pitsenbarger personally saved more than 60 service members who had been ambushed by the Viet Cong. He was killed in action while trying to help the injured. The survivors of that battle recommended him for the Medal of Honor, a tribute that would not be fulfilled for nearly 35 years. Pitsenbarger\u0027s story is now told in a new film, "The Last Full Measure." CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with director Todd Robinson about his promise to Vietnam War veterans that their story, and Pitsenbarger\u0027s sacrifice, would not be forgotten.To watch a trailer for "The Last Full Measure" click on the video player below:For more info:"The Last Full Measure"\u00a0(Roadside Attractions)MOVIES:\u00a0Tatum O\u0027Neal\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoTatum O\u0027Neal was only nine when she starred in her first film, 1973\u0027s "Paper Moon," with her father, Ryan O\u0027Neal. She stole the show, and won an Academy Award. But her career and her life wasn\u0027t easy after that. She\u0027s always been remarkably open about her struggles with addiction, her divorce from tennis great John McEnroe (with whom she has three children), and a strained relationship with her dad. But O\u0027Neal is showing the same grit with her family, her health and her career as she showed on screen as a child. Correspondent Tracy Smith reports.PREVIEW:\u00a0Tatum O\u0027Neal says dealing with rheumatoid arthritis is her biggest challenge everFor more info:tatumoneal.comFollow\u00a0@Tatum_Oneal on Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0Instagram\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0They made movies (Video)"Sunday Morning" remembers just a few of the talented actors and filmmakers we\u0027ve lost this past year, since the last Academy Awards ceremony.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0"MOBITUARIES":\u00a0Anna May Wong - Death of a trailblazer\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn his latest podcast Mo Rocca looks back at the actress who was Hollywood\u0027s very first Chinese-American star.For more info:"Anna May Wong: Performing the Modern"\u00a0by Shirley Jennifer Lim (Temple University Press), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback and eBook formats, available via\u00a0Amazon\u00a0|\u00a0Read an excerptFollow\u00a0@MargaretCho on Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0InstagramFollow\u00a0@RosalindChao on Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0Instagramlisasee.com"Mobituaries: Great Lives Worth Reliving" by Mo Rocca, published by Simon & Schuster (a division of ViacomCBS), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazon"Mobituaries"\u00a0(Simon & Schuster)Follow\u00a0@MoRocca on TwitterACADEMY AWARDS:\u00a0"Hair Love" (Video)In this heart-warming Academy Award-nominated animated short subject, "Hair Love," by Matthew A. Cherry and Karen Rupert Toliver, an African American father gets a lesson in cosmetology when he tackles doing his little girl\u0027s hair for the first time.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ACADEMY AWARDS:\u00a0David Edelstein\u0027s Oscar predictions\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThis year\u0027s winners appear to be sure things, but are they? Our film critic shares his take.Download our Academy Awards nominations ballot for your office pool or Oscar party\u00a0(pdf)For more info:David Edelstein, New York Magazineoscars.org\u00a0(Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences)oscars.com\u00a0(Official site of Oscar telecast)Complete CBSNews.com coverage: The Academy AwardsComplete CBSNews.com coverage: Movies\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0California coast (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to Davenport Beach near Monterey Bay in California. Videographer: Michael Hernandez.WEB EXCLUSIVES:CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of February 10\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFrom New Hampshire\u0027s presidential primary to International Childhood Cancer Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0OSCARS 2020:\u00a0The nomineesAll weekend we\u0027ll be posting performance clips and interviews with the nominees for this Sunday\u0027s Academy Awards. We begin with:Best Actor nomineesBest Actress nomineesBest Supporting Actor nomineesBest Supporting Actress nomineesBest Picture nomineesTAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (February 7)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: FEBRUARY 2WATCH THE FULL FEBRUARY 2 EPISODE!COVER STORY:\u00a0 Democratic voters in Iowa deciding on party\u0027s direction\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAs Iowa Democrats head to the state\u0027s caucuses Monday, polls show a majority of Democrats have one thing on their minds: defeating President Trump in November. But just how to succeed at defeating the incumbent Republican is proving divisive. Will Iowans back a candidate who promises fundamental change \u00e2\u0080\u0093 a progressive figure like Bernie Sanders of Elizabeth Warren \u00e2\u0080\u0093 or one who will bring politics "back to normal" \u00e2\u0080\u0093 a moderate such Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg or Amy Klobuchar? Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of Wired, talks with candidates on the trail; Waleed Shahid, of the progressive group Justice Democrats; and Ed Rendell, the former governor of Pennsylvania, about matters of electability, practicality, and motivating people to get out and vote.See also:How do the Iowa caucuses work? A primer for the 2020 election\u00a0(CBS News)For more info:2020 Caucuses\u00a0(Iowa Democratic Party)Justice DemocratsFollow Ed Rendell on Twitter\u00a0(@GovEdRendell)Nicholas Thompson, Wired\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0Balto\u0027s life-saving race\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn February 2, 1925, the Siberian Husky led his relay team of sled dogs to the end of a 674-mile journey, delivering desperately-needed diphtheria serum to the children of Nome, Alaska. Jane Pauley reports.ANTIQUES:\u00a0 Mike Wolfe on rescuing America\u0027s past\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAn archaeologist of antiques, Mike Wolfe has taken viewers on a nationwide scavenger hunt of historic finds via his History Channel series, "American Pickers." But he\u0027s not just about buying up the past; he\u0027s also helping preserve it, by restoring old Main Street buildings in Le Claire, Iowa, and elsewhere. Lee Cowan talked with Wolfe about his passion for relics of history.For more info:Antique Archaeology, Le Claire, Iowa"American Pickers"\u00a0(History Channel)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0PULSE:\u00a0What\u0027s your favorite part of the Super Bowl?"THE ENVELOPE, PLEASE\u00e2\u0080\u00a6":\u00a0"Jojo Rabbit" writer-director Taika Waititi: Comedy is a powerful weapon against dictators\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoNew Zealand writer-director Taika Waititi\u0027s rollicking World War II satire centers on a German boy, an aspiring young Nazi, who fantasizes about his best buddy Adolf Hitler while discovering his mother is harboring a Jewish girl in their house. Audacious and touching, the film has been nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Tracy Smith talks with Waititi and with Oscar-nominee Scarlett Johansson.To watch a trailer for "Jojo Rabbit" click on the video player below:For more info:"Jojo Rabbit"\u00a0(Fox Searchlight)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NEWS:\u00a0East Africa\u0027s plague of locusts (Video)Among the more unsettling images of the week past was of billions of locusts ravaging Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia in East Africa, devouring crops and threatening the food supply of millions of people. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0SPORTS:\u00a0The master silversmiths behind the Super Bowl trophy\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn 1966, NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and Oscar Riedner, head of design at Tiffany & Co., sketched on a cocktail napkin the design of what would become the Vince Lombardi Trophy, awarded to the winner of the Super Bowl. "CBS This Morning" co-host Tony Dokoupil talked to the Tiffany artisans and silversmiths who craft this shiny, seven-pound metal prize \u00e2\u0080\u0093 and the championship trophies of several other sports \u00e2\u0080\u0093 before they are hoisted by a winner.For more info:Tiffany & Co.Super Bowl LIV\u00a0(nfl.com)Official Super Bowl LIV Game ProgramMUSIC:\u00a0 James Taylor looks back, with favorite songs and old stories\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoLife these days is pretty sweet for James Taylor, the musician-songwriter famed for such hits as "Fire and Rain," "Carolina In My Mind" and "Sweet Baby James."\u00a0 At 71 he is as busy as ever, looking back in a new audio memoir on his early days in North Carolina, and exploring the songs he loved growing up in an upcoming album, "American Standard." Jane Pauley visited Taylor at his home in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, where he talked about his turbulent youth and the revitalizing rewards of going back on tour.James Taylor performs "Teach Me Tonight," from his upcoming album, "American Standard":For more info:jamestaylor.com"Break Shot: My First 21 Years"\u00a0by James Taylor (Audible)"American Standard" by James Taylor (Fantasy), available February 28, on CD (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Vinyl (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Digital Download (Google Play,\u00a0iTunes) and Streaming (Spotify)James Taylor tour schedule\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0Fred Silverman and Jim Lehrer\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" looks back at the careers of the revolutionary network TV executive, and a pillar of broadcast journalism and presidential debates. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0TELEVISION:\u00a0"Homeland" star Mandy Patinkin speaks his mind\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe Tony- and Emmy Award-winning actor, known for his intensity, admits he has earned a reputation as being "hard to handle" for walking out of shows. But in "Homeland," Mandy Patinkin is in his element as CIA Agent Saul Berenson, the calm in the eye of the storm. Correspondent Holly Williams talked with Patinkin in Morocco where he was filming the series\u0027 eighth season. They also discussed his years as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee, and she joined Patinkin and his wife, actor-writer Kathryn Grody, as they visited a camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan.WEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0Mandy Patinkin on "The Princess Bride"WEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0Mandy Patinkin on singingWEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0Mandy Patinkin on being a perfectionistWEB EXTRA VIDEO:\u00a0Mandy Patinkin on the refugee crisisWatch a teaser for "Homeland" Season 8:For more info:"Homeland"\u00a0\u00e2\u0080\u0093 Final season premieres February 9 at 9 p.m. ET\/PT on ShowtimeInternational Rescue Committee\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0OPINION:\u00a0Douglas Brinkley: Congress is to blame for an imperious presidency\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe historian says the impending acquittal of President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial shows the Senate placing political party self-interest above the long-term integrity of the legislative branch.For more info:douglasbrinkley.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Giraffes (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to Africa to witness a tower of giraffes. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of February 3\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFrom the Iowa caucuses to National Wear Red Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (January 31)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week. \u00a0RECAP: JANUARY 26GUEST HOST: Lee CowanWATCH THE FULL JANUARY 26 EPISODE!COVER STORY:\u00a0 Is there a science behind creating pop hits?\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoWhat goes into creating a hit song? Are there formulas or tricks that will help you craft the next #1 smash? David Pogue talks with Neil Sedaka, Ashford & Simpson\u0027s Valerie Simpson, and author John Seabrook ("The Song Machine") about the genius of pop songs, and then collaborates with producer Oak Felder on a song that undoubtedly will be the next big hit.For more info:neilsedaka.comvaleriesimpson.netFollow Oak Felder\u00a0(@Oakwud) on Twitterjohnseabrook.com"The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory"\u00a0by John Seabrook (W.W. Norton), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazon\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0GRAMMY AWARDS:\u00a0Landmarks of the music industry awards\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" looks back at the Recording Academy\u0027s annual honors.For more info:How to watch the GrammysGrammy Awards 2020: Full list of nomineesgrammy.comMUSIC:\u00a0Raffi, the children\u0027s troubadour\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFor more than 40 years the folk singer-turned-rock star to kids has been singing songs to delight the young at heart. Serena Altschul sits down with Raffi Cavoukian, whose hits like "Baby Beluga" and "Bananaphone" have appealed to multiple generations of fans.You can stream Raffi\u0027s album "Dog on the Floor" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:raffinews.com\u00a0(Official site)Follow\u00a0@Raffi_RC on Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0Facebook"Dog on the Floor" by Raffi (Rounder Records), available in CD (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Digital Download (Google Play,\u00a0iTunes) and Streaming (Spotify) formatsRaffi Foundation for Child HonouringFollow the foundation on\u00a0Twitter,\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Instagram\u00a0and\u00a0YouTubeMUSIC:\u00a0Conductor Gustavo Dudamel: It\u0027s necessary "to have art as part of your life"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoConductor Gustavo Dudamel, music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, is a rock star of the classical world, and he brings that star power when he leads young musicians in schools and colleges across the country. An ambassador of the sublime, he talks with John Dickerson about the transformative power of music, and shares his infectious excitement in performances that transmit the necessity of making art a part of your life.For more info:gustavodudamel.comLos Angeles PhilharmonicTrenton Music Makers\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0Strike up the band! (Video)Third grader Henry Boyer, of Howell, Michigan, was so blown away by the University of Michigan marching band that he wrote a letter to them saying how he\u0027d love to sign up someday \u00e2\u0080\u0093 approximately in 2029. Their response struck a major chord in this young man\u0027s life. Steve Hartman reports.MUSIC:\u00a0From the slums of Madagascar arise young boys\u0027 songs of joy\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn the capital of Madagascar, an island nation where nearly 80 percent of people eke out a living on less than $2 a day, an unexpected sound emerges from the slums of the capital, Antananarivo: Zaza Kanto, an a capella group of boys, ages 11 to 16, whose joyful sounds and viral videos have elevated them to national fame. They\u0027ve also earned praise from Fredo Austin, of the band Freedom\u0027s Boombox, who mentored the young men as part of an exchange program called American Music Abroad. Seth Doane reports.For more info:zazakanto.comDonate to the Zaza Kanto FundZaza Kanto - Underground Boys of Tana\u00a0(YouTube Channel)American Music AbroadFreedom\u0027s BoomboxMUSIC:\u00a0 Huey Lewis on his hearing loss\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoHuey Lewis and the News are in the mood to celebrate, joking about their age as they prepare for the release of what is almost certainly their last album, titled "Weather." At 69, Lewis, who has performed in bands for most of his life, had no intention of slowing down, but his diagnosis of Meniere\u0027s Disease \u00e2\u0080\u0093 a hearing disorder which has affected his voice \u00e2\u0080\u0093 has made the decision for him. John Blackstone reports.For more info:hueylewisandthenews.com"Weather" by Huey Lewis and the News (BMG), to be released February 14; pre-order at\u00a0Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble,\u00a0Google Play\u00a0and\u00a0iTunesMUSIC:\u00a0 The multi-talented and persuasively confident DJ Khaled\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDJ Khaled has worked with some of the biggest artists in music (Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Drake), and he went on tour as Beyonc\u00c3\u00a9\u0027s opening act twice. His songs are all-star collaborations, and he\u0027s been making hits for more than a decade. The son of Palestinian immigrants, he\u0027s a radio DJ, producer and New York Times bestselling author who is nominated for a Grammy for the song "Higher," a partnership with John Legend and rapper Nipsey Hussle. Kelefa Sanneh sits down with the man who calls himself the "Quincy Jones of hip hop."For more info:Follow\u00a0@DJKhaled on Twitter,\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Instagram\u00a0and\u00a0YouTube\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0They made music\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" remembers just some of the talented musicians we\u0027ve lost since last year\u0027s Grammy Awards ceremony.\u00a0MUSIC:\u00a0 Remembering songwriter Allee Willis\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAllee Willis grew up in Detroit and was raised on the sounds of Motown, though she never learned to play music. After recording an album in 1974, Willis turned her focus to songwriting, creating hits for such artists as Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles, Sister Sledge, Cyndi Lauper, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Patti LaBelle (which won her a Grammy). She also earned a second Grammy, and a Tony Award nomination, for the Broadway musical "The Color Purple." Nancy Giles talked last year with Willis, who died last month at age 72.For more info:alleewillis.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Songbirds in Texas (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" attends a concert by migratory songbirds in High Island, Texas, on the Gulf Coast. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of January 27\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Lee Cowan reports. \u00a0NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Are humans really the smartest species?Attributing human actions and thoughts to non-human animals that appear to mimic our behavior may be fanciful, but we may be getting it backwards.TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (January 24)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: JANUARY 19GUEST HOST:\u00a0Mo RoccaWATCH THE FULL JANUARY 19 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0Harry and Meghan\u0027s Declaration of Independence (Video)With the bombshell news that Prince Harry and wife Meghan are stepping away from royal duties, Queen Elizabeth II has given her official blessing. But there\u0027s a price to be paid, as Imtiaz Tyab reports from London.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0Next U.S. Navy aircraft carrier to be named after African American Pearl Harbor hero\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoInstead of presidents or admirals, an African American enlisted sailor \u00e2\u0080\u0093 a hero during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor \u00e2\u0080\u0093 will be honored when the USS Doris Miller is christened. David Martin talks with Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly, who broke with tradition to name the next Navy aircraft carrier after an enlisted man, and with relatives of Doris "Dorie" Miller, who was not initially recognized for his valor on that "Day of Infamy."For more info:Doris "Dorie" Miller: The Hero of Pearl Harbor\u00a0(Veterans Affairs)Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas ModlyDr. Regina Akers, Naval History and Heritage Command, Washington, D.C.Pearl Harbor National Memorial, HonoluluU.S. Navy\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0Neon lights\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn January 19, 1915, French inventor Georges Claude received a U.S. patent for his "System of Illuminating by Luminescent Tubes" ... tubes filled with neon gas. Mo Rocca reports.\u00a0FROM THE ARCHIVES:\u00a0Fixing the bright lights of Broadway (Video)New York\u0027s Times Square long ago earned the nickname "The Great White Way," thanks to its brilliant neon lights and advertising signs. But all those lights need to be replaced now and then. Enter Marty Katz, responsible for spotting broken bulbs and dim neon tubes among the brilliant displays, and the Artkraft Strauss Sign Company, which makes sure all those bright lights stay lit. Bill Geist followed Katz as he made his rounds, and talked with Paul Goldberger, chief architecture critic of The New York Times, about our "national park of neon." Originally broadcast on "Sunday Morning" November 22, 1992.For more info:The Neon Museum, Las VegasCustom Neon\u00a0(Create Your Own Neon Lights)Facts about Neon\u00a0(livescience.com)The element Neon\u00a0(Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility)ART:\u00a0The long shadow of Claude Monet\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoClaude Monet (1840-1926) was one of the most innovative painters to stand astride two art movements: Impressionism in the 19th century, and the modern art age of the 20th. Barry Petersen visits the Denver Art Museum, which is currently staging the country\u0027s largest Monet exhibit in more than two decades, and talks with curators at the Art Institute of Chicago, about the artist\u0027s fascination with light, and how tragedy colored his work.GALLERY:\u00a0Claude Monet; The Truth of NatureFor more info:Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, at the Denver Art Museum (through February 2)Ticket infoExhibition Catalogue:\u00a0"Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature"Monet and Chicago, at the Art Institute of Chicago (May 10-September 7)Ticket infoMUSIC:\u00a0Mumford & Sons on playing with a "sense of abandon"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoMumford & Sons are one of music\u0027s most unlikely success stories. The British group broke through with a banjo-driven folk\/rock sound that, Rolling Stone wrote, was "like a horse and buggy designed in a Tesla factory." With the recent release of "Delta," their third straight #1 album, they are indisputably among the biggest bands of the past decade. Anthony Mason reports.You can stream the Mumford & Sons album "Delta" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:Mumford & Sons"Delta" by Mumford & Sons (Gentlemen of the Road\/Island\/Glassnote) is available on CD (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Vinyl, (Barnes & Noble), Digital Download (Google Play,\u00a0iTunes) and Streaming (Spotify)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0MILEPOST:\u00a0Top Library CheckoutsTo mark its 125th anniversary, the New York Public Library has released its list of all-time most checked-out books:"The Snowy Day" by Ezra Jack Keats"The Cat in the Hat" by Dr. Seuss"1984" by George Orwell"Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak"To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper LeeMYSTERY:\u00a0 The mystery of the reappearing Klimt painting\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Portrait of a Lady" vanished from an Italian art gallery 23 years ago - and then just as mysteriously turned up last month, hidden within the gallery\u0027s walls. Seth Doane reports.\u00a0FOOD:\u00a0Dumplings: A delicious tradition\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDumplings can be found in most every cuisine, from Italian raviolis to Indian samosas, from Polish pierogies to Spanish empanadas. But Chinese dumplings originated in the year 200. And for Chinese families around the world, especially now as Chinese New Year celebrations begin, dumplings are an everyday staple. Kelefa Sanneh digs in to some families\u0027 long-held traditions involving this delicious food that can serve as breakfast, lunch or dinner, appetizer or snack.For more info:Lei Ping, assistant professor of China Studies, The New School, New York CityTim Ho Wan Dim Sum RestaurantsWen Zhou, 3.1 Phillip LimMOVIES:\u00a0 The year of Laura Dern\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe actress, who this week received her third Academy Award nomination for her performance in the Noah Baumbach drama, "Marriage Story," also currently stars in Greta Gerwig\u0027s Oscar-nominated adaptation of Louisa May Alcott\u0027s "Little Women." Dern talks with correspondent Tracy Smith.For more info:"Marriage Story"\u00a0in theatres and on Netflix"Little Women"\u00a0in theatresMargaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, Beverly Hills\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HEALTH:\u00a0 Reaching out: How caring letters help in suicide prevention\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoKevin Hines is a walking miracle, having jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. But what might have kept him from jumping at all could have been something as simple as getting a letter in the mail.\u00a0 A long-forgotten yet simple idea is now finding success as a tool for suicide prevention. Lee Cowan reports.YOU ARE NOT ALONEIf you are in crisis, please call the\u00a0National Suicide Prevention Lifeline\u00a0at\u00a01-800-273-TALK (8255), or contact the\u00a0Crisis Text Line\u00a0by texting TALK to\u00a0741741.For more info:kevinhinesstory.comThe Kevin & Margaret Hines FoundationFollow\u00a0@KevinHinesStory on Twitter\u00a0and YouTubeUrsula Whiteside, University of Washington School of MedicineNow Matters NowGolden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent Net ProjectJerome Motto papers, UCSF Archives & Special Collections, at the\u00a0University of California, San Francisco LibraryThe best way to save people from suicide\u00a0(Huffington Post)myfirstlink.orgZero SuicideFRUITS:\u00a0Remembering Frieda Caplan, the exotic fruit lady\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoFrieda Caplan, who died Saturday at age 96, made a number of exotic fruits and vegetables household names, changing the way many of us eat. Rita Braver spoke with her this past fall. \u00a0For more info:Frieda\u0027s Specialty Produce\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0OPINION:\u00a0Premature births: One of the biggest public health threats facing the U.S.\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoChances are you know someone who was born prematurely. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the rate of preterm births is going up. Last year, one in 10 American babies was born before 37 weeks gestation. Author Sarah DiGregorio talks about one of the biggest public health threats facing this country.For more info:"Early: An Intimate History of Premature Birth and What It Teaches Us About Being Human"\u00a0by Sarah DiGregorio (HarperCollins), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazonsarahdigregorio.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0"MOBITUARIES":\u00a0The art of obituary writingThis week\u0027s episode of the popular podcast, recorded at appearances in Asbury Park, N.J., and Fairfield, Conn., features Mo Rocca talking with legendary New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox about the dramatic sweep of obituaries and of recounting lives well-lived.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Monet\u0027s garden (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to the French town of Giverny, and a view of the water lilies that inspired artist Claude Monet. Videographer: Joan Martelli.\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of January 20\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Mo Rocca reports.NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0Bison in winterWith many of their natural predators extinct, the bison in Yellowstone National Park are subject to man-made options to controlling their population, including reintroducing them to other areas.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (January 17)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.RECAP: JANUARY 12WATCH THE FULL JANUARY 12 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0Iran\u0027s admission of responsibility in jet shootdown fails to calm crisis (Video)After days of government denials, on Saturday Iran\u0027s president Hassan Rouhani finally admitted his country had downed a Ukrainian jetliner with 176 people on board through "human error, as vigils for the victims and protests against the government continued. Holly Williams reports from Baghdad.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0 Studying the creativity and intelligence of the octopus\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe octopus is one of the most bizarre life forms on Earth \u00e2\u0080\u0093 one of the smartest, most interesting, and most alien. It can camouflage itself in a flash, squeeze its entire body through a one-inch hole, and use their brains (yes, it has nine of them) to think and play. Chip Reid visits scientists at New England Aquarium in Boston, and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., and talks with Sy Montgomery, author of "The Soul of an Octopus," about these curious creatures.For more info:New England Aquarium, BostonMarine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution"The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration Into the Wonder of Consciousness"\u00a0by Sy Montgomery (Atria Books), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazonsymontgomery.comRoger Hanlon, Marine Biological Laboratory"Octopus, Squid, and Cuttlefish: A Visual, Scientific Guide to the Oceans\u0027 Most Advanced Invertebrates" by Roger Hanlon, Mike Vecchione, and Louise Allcock (University of Chicago Press), in Hardcover and eBook formats, available via\u00a0Amazon \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0"Arthur Godfrey and His Friends"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe long-running live TV variety show made its debut on CBS on January 12, 1949. Jane Pauley reports.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HEADLINES:\u00a0 Carlos Ghosn calls himself a "fugitive of injustice"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoYou don\u0027t get as far as Carlos Ghosn has come without thinking outside the box, or\u00a0inside\u00a0the box, which is how the former Nissan CEO skipped bail and fled Japan, where he was to stand trial for financial wrongdoing. He spoke with Charlie D\u0027Agata about his improbable journey.\u00a0GRAMMYS:\u00a0 Gary Clark Jr.: "Music is my religion"\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoAt 35 Gary Clark Jr. is still clearly uncomfortable being heralded as one of the best guitarists in a generation. He\u0027s played the White House, and toured with the Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. This year his blues\/rock album, "This Land," is up for four Grammy Awards. Kristine Johnson talks with the musician who describes himself as a "simple dude from Austin, Texas who picked up a guitar."You can stream Gary Clark Jr.\u0027s album "This Land" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:garyclarkjr.com"This Land" by Gary Clark Jr. (Warner Bros.), in CD (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Vinyl (Amazon,\u00a0Barnes & Noble), Digital Download (Google Play,\u00a0iTunes) and Streaming (Spotify) formats\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0DNA that\u0027s all in the family (Video)A recent survey showed about a quarter of the people who take DNA tests find a surprising result.\u00a0 Count among them correspondent Steve Hartman, whose search for family roots brought him to some unexpected places.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0FOOD:\u00a0In Sicily, police patrol for pistachio thieves\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoWith the biennial harvest upon them, farmers of the valuable crop are getting assistance from Italy\u0027s paramilitary security force. Seth Doane reports.\u00a0For more info:\u00a0Aroma SiciliaMOVIES:\u00a0 The art of Kim Novak\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoNow on the cusp of turning 87, Kim Novak is still finding herself. The star of such classics as Alfred Hitchcock\u0027s "Vertigo," "Picnic," and "Bell, Book and Candle," the actress turned her back on Hollywood in the 1960s and has since pursued artwork and a love of animals. Mo Rocca reports.For more info:Kim Novak: An Iconic Vision, at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio (show closed)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0PASSAGE:\u00a0Remembering Buck Henry\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe comic writer and actor helped bring "Get Smart," "The Graduate" and "Heaven Can Wait" to the screen, and was a frequent guest host of "Saturday Night Live."\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0LAW:\u00a0Fighting for overdue protections for pregnant workers\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIt\u0027s a story told hundreds of thousands of times every year across America: Women can get the job \u00e2\u0080\u0093 just don\u0027t get pregnant. Even though pregnancy discrimination has been illegal under federal law for more than 40 years, pregnant women are pushed out of their jobs every day, because employers still deny accommodations to pregnant workers. Jan Crawford talks to women who have faced serious choices and sometimes tragic circumstances affecting careers and family; and with two lawmakers trying to change federal law to better protect women in the workplace.For more info:\u00a0Pregnancy and Parenting Discrimination\u00a0(ACLU)Photos from\u00a0"Showing: Pregnancy in the Workplace"\u00a0(by Working Assumptions)\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0OPINION:\u00a0 David Sedaris vs. nail polish\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoHumorist David Sedaris on his run-in with the wrong passenger aboard a London-to-Paris train ride.For more info:davidsedarisbooks.com"Calypso"\u00a0by David Sedaris (Little, Brown), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via\u00a0Amazon\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Kangaroos (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to the beach in Australia, among kangaroos fleeing forest fires that have been ravaging the country. Videographer: Harry Clapson. \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0WEB EXCLUSIVES:CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of January 13\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.NATURE UP CLOSE:\u00a0The decline of the caribouDespite their remarkable adaptability to an unforgiving environment, the numbers of these large, majestic, gentle-looking animals have fallen by more than half in the United States since 2003.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (January 10)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0RECAP: JANUARY 5WATCH THE FULL JANUARY 5 EPISODE!HEADLINES:\u00a0General Soleimani\u0027s body flown home to Iran (Video)The body of the leader of Iran\u0027s Quds Force, Gen. Qassem Soleimani, was returned following his assassination by an American aistrike in Baghdad, an act one Middle East expert calls a declaration of war by the Trump administration against Iran. Holly Williams reports from Northern Iraq.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HEADLINES:\u00a0What\u0027s next: The showdown between Iran and the U.S.\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoThe death of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani by a U.S. airstrike seems only to have increased the likelihood of attacks, as both Iran and the militias it supports vow revenge. David Martin and Seth Doane report.\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0COVER STORY:\u00a0DNA and family matters\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoTaking a DNA test might yield some surprises about your heritage; a recent survey shows that more than a quarter of those who use mail-in DNA tests end up learning about close relatives they didn\u0027t know about. But it\u0027s not always happy news. Rita Braver talks with people who have met siblings for the first time, and with members of a support group for those who discover they have different biological parents. She also finds out how employees at 23&Me get special training to counsel people who\u0027ve made shocking discoveries about their families.For more info:NPE Friends Fellowship23andme.comancestry.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0ALMANAC:\u00a0The inventor of Reddi-Wip\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoOn January 5, 1914, dairy salesman Aaron Lapin, who first put whipped cream into an aerosol can, was born. Jane Pauley reports.For more info:reddiwip.com\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0HOSPITALITY:\u00a0Hotel designer Bill Bensley, delighting in the art of surprise\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoBill Bensley, who grew up in the shadow of Disneyland, is one of the most famous hotel designers in Asia, having designed more than 200 hotels in 30 countries. His "maximalist" projects reflect his personality: playful, colorful, and sometimes way over-the-top. Ben Tracy visits some of Bensley\u0027s work, from a luxury tented camp inside the largest rainforest in Cambodia, to the Siam Hotel in Bangkok, a black-and-white temple to Thai history.For more info:Shinta Mani Wild, Kirirom, CambodiaSiam Hotel, Bangkok, Thailandbensley.com"Escapism"\u00a0by Bill Bensley (Serindia Contemporary), in Hardcover, available via\u00a0AmazonON BROADWAY:\u00a0 David Byrne on "American Utopia," and living an optimistic life\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoDavid Byrne is burning down the house on Broadway. His show "American Utopia" is a smash hit, but that isn\u0027t the only reason the former frontman for the Talking Heads is so happy. Serena Altschul talks with Byrne about his love of performing, his growing affinity for collaboration, and his optimism, apparent in his "Reasons to Be Cheerful," a platform that spotlights ways in which the world is getting better.You can stream the original cast recording of "American Utopia on Broadway" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:David Byrne\u0027s "American Utopia"\u00a0at the Hudson Theatre, New York (through February 16) |\u00a0Ticket infodavidbyrne.comReasons to Be CheerfulDESIGN:\u00a0Competitive tablescaping (Video)At the Los Angeles County Fair, Conor Knighton introduces us to the world of competitive tablescaping \u00e2\u0080\u0093 a contest that is equal parts creativity and cutlery, as contestants try to design artful, decorative table settings in a variety of categories.For more info:L.A. County Fair 2019 Tablescaping Rules\u00a0(pdf)Los Angeles County Fair\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0BOOKS:\u00a0New York Times Bestsellers - Fiction\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0HARTMAN:\u00a0Cat Grandpa (Video)The Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary in Green Bay, Wis., has been blessed with one of America\u0027s most helpful volunteers: a brother at the St. Norbert Abbey named Terry Lauerman, a 76-year-old retired teacher who started coming in to brush the shelter\u0027s special needs cats. But his mission quickly turns to slumber, and soon photos of Lauerman\u0027s cat naps with the felines started going viral. Steve Hartman reports.\u00a0For more info:Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary, Green Bay, Wis.Cat Grandpas 2020 CalendarsMUSIC:\u00a0A new dawn for Tanya Tucker\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoSince the ripe old age of 13, Tanya Tucker has had nearly two dozen Top-40 albums. And after more than 50 years on stage, with a new album that\u0027s getting the best reviews of her career, she\u0027s up this month for not just one but four Grammy nominations, more than any other country singer.\u00a0 CBS News\u0027 Bob Schieffer sits down with the singer who was once country music\u0027s wild child, and whose voice has never had more to offer than it does today.PREVIEW:\u00a0Tanya Tucker: "I don\u0027t think you could be successful unless you\u0027ve had a lot of failures \u00e2\u0080\u0093 and I\u0027ve had some"You can stream Tanya Tucker\u0027s "While I\u0027m Livin\u0027" by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):For more info:tanyatucker.comThe Birchmere, Alexandria, VirginiaOPINION:\u00a0 Joel Sartore on saving endangered species \u00e2\u0080\u0093 and ourselves\u00a0|\u00a0Watch VideoIn order to help stabilize our planet\u0027s life support systems, National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore says we must step up and find a problem to solve in our communities, and actually do something about it.For more info:joelsartore.com\u00a0|\u00a0The Photo Ark projectFollow\u00a0@JoelSartore on Twitter\u00a0and\u00a0Facebook\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0BOOKS:\u00a0New York Times Bestsellers - Non-Fiction\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0NATURE:\u00a0Bison in snow (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us among bison riding out a snowstorm at Yellowstone National Park. Videographer: Alex Goetz.WEB EXCLUSIVES:\u00a0CALENDAR:\u00a0Week of January 6\u00a0|\u00a0Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. \u00a0"MOBITUARIES":\u00a0The Lawrence Welk you didn\u0027t knowMo Rocca and Fred Armisen on the longtime bandleader and TV host known for "champagne music," and how the man who seemed like the ultimate square was anything but.\u00a0\u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0 \u00a0\u00a0TAKE FIVE:\u00a0Arts & events around the U.S. (January 3)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.The Emmy Award-winning "CBS Sunday Morning" is broadcast on CBS Sundays beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET. Executive producer is Rand Morrison.DVR Alert! Find out when "Sunday Morning" airs in your city\u00a0Follow the program on\u00a0Twitter\u00a0(@CBSSunday),\u00a0Facebook,\u00a0Instagram\u00a0(#CBSSundayMorning) and at\u00a0cbssundaymorning.com. "Sunday Morning" also\u00a0streams on CBSN\u00a0beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET and at 1 p.m. ET, and is available on cbs.com, CBS All Access, and On Demand.\u00a0Full episodes of "Sunday Morning" are now available to watch on demand on CBSNews.com, CBS.com and CBS All Access, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV\/FireTV stick and Xbox. The show also streams on CBSN beginning at 9:30 a.m. ET and 1 p.m. ET.\u00a0You can also download the free\u00a0"Sunday Morning" audio podcast\u00a0at\u00a0iTunes\u00a0and at\u00a0Play.it. Now you\u0027ll never miss the trumpet!For links to features broadcast in 2019,\u00a0click here.For links to features broadcast in 2018,\u00a0click here.For links to features broadcast in 2017,\u00a0click here.For links to features broadcast in 2016,\u00a0click here.For links to features broadcast in 2015,\u00a0click here.For links to features broadcast in 2014,\u00a0click here.