CBS SUNDAY MORNING is the top-rated Sunday morning news program in all the key demos, and features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements
Five years after meeting a trio of children grappling with their identity, Rita Braver met up with them to see how their lives have progressed. Rocket Man Elton John has completed his autobiography titled, "Me." As he tells Tracy Smith, his story is far from over. Life often imitates art. In an interview with Michelle Miller, Mariska Hargitay, the actress and executive producer of "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit," talks about taking her fight for victims of sexual assault on and off the screen.
Pete Hamill and the storied history of metropolitan newspapers. Serena Altschul takes a tour of New York City's Museum of Modern Art, which is soon to reopen following a major $450 million renovation. Companies like Walmart and Dick's Sporting Goods are now taking the lead in curtailing sales of firearms or ammunition. Lee Cowan reports. All that and more on this edition of CBS Sunday Morning.
The great electric scooter backlash; The Smithsonian's Lonnie Bunch: A passion for history; Jim Gaffigan and Jeannie Gaffigan on making sense of life; Glass cast in sand; On her toes; Olivia Newton-John on finding joy in a life with cancer; Hillary Rodham Clinton & Chelsea Clinton
The mysteries of "God Friended Me"; Almanac: The L.A. freeways "Stack"; Creating Patagonia National Park; John Williams on reworking the classics - his own; Return to "Downton Abbey"; Going the distance; Renee Zellweger on playing Judy Garland; Mark Knopfler: Music is "a bit of an obsession"
How we have failed our teachers; Marilyn Monroe's billowing dress; The Backstreet Boys: "We will never turn our backs on each other"; Inside the pages, and websites, of New York Magazine; The little patriot; Angie Dickinson; Passage: Singer Eddie Money and photographer Robert Frank; Jim Gaffigan on parents going "back to school"; Movies: Irwin Winkler
Food fight: Milk and their plant-based alternatives; Almanac: Blondie; "The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood; The handyman; How #MeToo came to light; Odessa shooting survivor: Congress, do something; Donny and Marie Osmond, going solo; Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests; Russell Wilson asks the important question: Why not you?
Food fight: Milk and their plant-based alternatives; Almanac: Blondie; "The Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood; The handyman; How #MeToo came to light; Odessa shooting survivor: Congress, do something; Donny and Marie Osmond, going solo; Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests.
Cracking the code of dyslexia; Almanac: Monty Hall; Eddie Huang on the myth of the "model minority"; Argentina's Italian heritage; The view through Quinn's window; Taylor Swift on her new album "Lover" ad taking ownership of her music; The rest of the pack.
Jane Pauley hosts a special broadcast of "Sunday Morning" from Tuscany, sharing stories on all things Italian – art and design, traditions and culture, fashion, food, music, entertainment and history. (This show was originally broadcast May 19, 2019.)
Hearing aids: You ain't heard nothing yet; Almanac: Instand coffee; A tale of mermainds; Common" Love is "the best thing we got on this planet"; The doctor is in; Julianne Moore on portraying unseen women, and maintaining longevity on-screen; Jim Gaffigan: Decaf coffee is un-American; Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at 60.
Our annual special broadcast that looks into the many ways we earn, spend, invest, waste, lose, and go without money, featuring guest host Martha Teichner, originally broadcast on May 5, 2019.Calling it quits: When leaving your job is the right thing to do; Work remotely? Tulsa, Oklahoma wants you (and your laptop) to move; Many happy returns; CBD: On a real market high; Celebrity Edge, Celebrity Cruises' brand-new, billion-dollar cruise; Keeping up with Kris Jenner; Safecracking: The right combination; A slice of the pizza business
"Mike Wallace is here"; Almanac: New York City's Central Park; Sparking water is making a splash; On the brink: The Endangered Species Act; Hannah Gadsby: There is life after trauma; Elon Musk on the next giant leap for mankind; He said, ze said: Faith Salie on preferred gender pronouns
Bowled over for breakfast; Almanac: Measuring tape; A blooming business; To the Moon! A chronicle of mankind's greatest adventure; Events and exhibits celebrating Apollo 11 at 50; The seamstresses who helped put a man on the moon; Walter Cronkite and the awe of space exploration
Ansly's Army; Almanac: Yosemite Valley Grant Act; Museum of the American Revolution; Custard in Miwaukee; Beyond Glory; Kindergarten Sign Language; Rock legend Tina Turner on her voice, finding serenity and losing a son; and more.
Seeing red: Mankind gets closer to Mars; Almanac: Sex researcher Alfred Kinsey; Sherry Lansing, on life in Hollywood, and life since Hollywood; "Something new": Surprise weddings; In a class by herself; The chronicles of "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau; Dave Barry on learning to age more gracefully
Another occupational hazard for firefighters: Cancer; Mining lessons from the blockbuster game Minecraft; The gift of a foster parent; Building the Transcontinental Railroad; "Toy Story 4" star Tim Allen on comedy and tragedy; Jim Gaffigan on retiring from the job of being a dad; Bitcoin billionaires Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss; Celebrating dads
The lavender scare: How the federal government purged gay employees; His grandfather's war: David Eisenhower on the general and D-Day; The "Wow!" concert; Kevin Bacon on career longevity, and the links that connect us all; CNN's Jim Acosta on the press' role in the Trump era.
D-Day veterans of the air; Mindy Kaling on "Late Night," and taking nothing for granted; Re-making bail; George Will, a conservative rock, unmoved by chaos; Humorist David Sedaris on representation on-screen; Tiananmen Square, 30 years later
Almanac: The rise of Dracula; Monumental women: Breaking the bronze ceiling; A school bus driver's special delivery; Annette Bening on "All My Sons"; The War and Treaty; Scott Pelley on the American Flag, and Americans' common purpose
The "Sunday Morning" theme is performed by cellist Christian Grosselfinger on the streets of Florence; Emigration, full circle: Returning to the old country; Creating an irresistible mozzarella; Florentine artisans: Preserving the traditions of Medici taste; Under the Tuscan Sun; Brunello Cucinelli: Fashion and philosophy; True espresso love: Attenting a university of coffee.
Martha Teichner is in for Jane Pauley.Calling it quits: When leaving your job is the right thing to do; Work remotely? Tulsa, Oklahoma wants you (and your laptop) to move; Many happy returns; CBD: On a real market high; Celebrity Edge, Celebrity Cruises' brand-new, billion-dollar cruise ship; Keeping up with Kris Jenner; Safecracking.
PostSecret: Private secrets anonymously shared with the world; "Mad as hell": How "Network" foretold today's TV news; Harper Lee, true crime writer; Company's coming; Joan Collins: Playing the woman the world loved to hate; Bill Geist on a vaction wonderland
The Profile in Courage Award; Almanac: Walter Winchell; Sam Rockwell dances into his latest role in "Fosse/Verdon"; Holding court with Steve Ballmer; Follow the crowd; Emilia Clarke on "Game of Thrones" and her near-death experience; Reconstruction, one of the most misunderstood chapters in American history; Charlotte Clymer: Being transgender shouldn't matter in the military
The Secret Life of Muslims: An education; Mothering a duck; Death threats, cancellations, investigations: Kathy Griffin says she would do it all again; Brexit: The comical political crisis that is no laughing matter
A lost girl's diary: The hidden anguish of Alexandra Valoras; Behind the scenes at America's Test Kitchen; WWII vet runs across America, again; Julia Louis-Dreyfus; Delia Owens on "Where the Crawdads Sing"
The crisis of rural medicine care; The Pioneer Woman: Ree Drummond on food, fame, and family; A pathogen is destroying Italy's olive trees; Accidental encounter; Confessions of a news junkie; Handcrafting books: Labors of love
The big cheeses come out at the World Championship Cheese Contest; "Saint Judy": The story of a tireless immigration lawyer's crusade for justice; Chang and Eng Bunker, the original Siamese twins; Three wishes; David Sedaris: Taking a stand on giving up a seat; Nuclear explosions: Preserving images of terrifying, swift power
An end to food allergies?; Almanac: Tail fins; Waffle House, the home of Southern comfort; Factum Arte, where high-tech meets timeless craft; Sunny days on "Sesame Street"; Mister Mayor; It's Sam Elliott season;
A history of "Sunday Morning"; The roads less traveled; "Abblasen"; Stories with heart; The "Sun Queen"; The bold-faced interviews; Good neighbors; A poem by Ted Koppel; Capturing the "Sunday Morning" Moments of Nature
Almanac: Wyatt Earp; Pie fight: Debating the origins of the Key Lime Pie; Island-Hopping: An authentic taste of France on the western shores of the Atlantic; How a hunch saved a hiker's life; Carole King and her "Beautiful" life; M. Night Shyamalan discusses his latest psychological thriller "Glass"
Nancy Pelosi:"We have a problem" if Trump doesn't care about governance; Almanac: The Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding scandal; "At Eternity's Gate": An open secret: Open office plans are the worst; Are you up for the longest flight in the world?; Homeless no more; Michael Caine: Not the retiring type; Running blind
What's in store for Sears? Pop-ups are popping up all over; Almanac: The first vending machine; Building a better Lego; Secret Santa's homeless elf; Do we have to do Christmas in December? and "Yes, Virginia": The story behind the letter about Santa Claus
Remembering 41: The life and career of George H.W. Bush; An "Annie Hall" for the ages; A very personal "thank you for your service"; The chronicles of "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau; Lin-Manuel Miranda brings "Hamilton" to Puerto Rico; George H.W. Bush in his own words
What's REALLY behind conspiracy theories?; ALMANAC: Andrew Carnegie; A new wave in waterbeds; Thanks for the help of a loving neighbor; Gary Hart on "The Front Runner," politics today, and how "all the rules have changed"
Bowled over for breakfast; Tater tots go gourmet; The craving for hot sauces is heating up; Sparkling water is making a splash; The last straw?; Balsamic vinegar, the "black gold" of Modena; Tastemaker: Food designer Sarah Masoni's million-dollar palate; Pepperoni rolls, West Virginia's most popular snack; Chrissy TeigenIn the kitchen with Chrissy Teigen; The Sioux Chef; Irish Coffee, at a San Francisco institution; Jim Gaffigan on a favorite topic - Food
Civics lessons: What it means to be a citizen; Almanac: Walter Cronkite; “Big Bang Theory” creator Chuck Lorre on his Netflix series; A new leaf; Music to sleep by; Election civility; Jeff Goldblum; Surviving the Jonestown massacre.
The banking crisis 10 years on, and the danger of another crash; Almanac: The 1858 launch of Macy's; Licorice: Love it or hate it; Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" at 200; Unmasking the history of blackface; Jonah Hill on directing; "The White Darkness": One explorer's obsession with Antarctica;
Vaping: Clearing the air; Almanac: The invention of carbon paper; Cindy Adams’ bold-faced life; Love thy neighbor: Helping Florence evacuees; Kerry Washington on calling the shots; Doris Kearns Goodwin on whether we are living in “the worst of time”
Remembering a political friend, foe, and father; Almanac: An ATM revolution; Companies open doors to talent with autism; A house painting job for the starry-eyed; Washboards: The laundry tool that is music to the ears; Twiggy, still in fashion;
One of a kind: The remarkable life and times of Senator John McCain; Almanac: Don LaFontaine, the voice of movie trailers; Remembering 1968: Chicago's bloody Democratic Convention; Diving board; Ken Chenault on leadership and success at American Express;
The connection between busy hands and brain chemistry; Are we smart enough to measure animal intelligence? Can LSD help solve mental health issues? Glenn Close's personal battle to destigmatize mental illness; Savants: A sudden talent at painting
Universal basic income; Co-working: Revamping the way we work; Rescuing destroyed cash at the U.S. Mint's Mutilated Currency Division; The story of the My Pillow king; Animal influencers: How pets earn big bucks as Instagram stars; Real estate to die for; Selma Hayek; Can money buy happiness?
Introverts and the making of a Quiet Revolution; Almanac: Gen Douglas MacArthur; Louie Anderson: Playing a woman is a tribute to my mom; The extra length; Reclining airline seats - brace for impact!; Cultivating the perfect park experiment
Mapping the genome redwoods; Almanac: The launch of zip codes; Cynthia Nixon on running for office; Ketchup, a sweet and sour love story; Second chance at love; John Mellencamp: Life goes on; David Edelstein's movie picks for July 4th week
Our annual "Money Issue" digs into the world of money -- the various ways people generate income, how they save or spend it, and how technology and social media are changing our economy. CBS News Financial Contributor Mellody Hobson anchors this special edition of "Sunday Morning," portions of which were originally broadcast on April 9, 2017.