The annual food-themed broadcast. Included: foods of the future; the history of menus; the joys of slow cooking; the popularity of Spam; new twists for soups, nuts and frozen foods. Also: chefs Cecilia Chiang and Ina Garten; fruit plate artist Roger Rowley; comedian Jim Gaffigan. Patti LaBelle discusses changing her diet and cooking habits after being diagnosed with diabetes.moreless
"Love Matters" is the theme. Included: an interview with singer-songwriter John Legend; visits with couples who met early, split up and found love together later in life; a profile of relationship expert Dan Savage; a report on wedding photography; a look at whether there is such a thing as a broken heart. Also: Cartier jewelry; the lives and loves of sex researchers Masters and Johnson.moreless
Actor Damian Lewis; author Gay Talese; filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice; a Chicago artist who turns potholes into works of art; a man who has created a unique program in Canada to provide homes for Syrian refugees. Also: a report on computer passwords; a look at the "reply all" email command.
The annual food-themed episode. Included: Christie Brinkley's Italian vineyard; shopping for groceries online; meal kits that are delivered to homes; the new restaurant at San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art; Danish restaurant NOMA; the spice turmeric; a Benedictine nun who makes cheese.
Watch our special broadcast paying tribute to longtime "Sunday Morning" host, the Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning Charles Osgood, who is leaving the anchor seat after 22 years. We hear from Charles' colleagues and some of his biggest fans; revisit several of his most memorable stories; and share some musical highlights.
Guest host Jane Pauley anchors this edition of "Sunday Morning." Features include baseball for the blind, Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson, a woman conquering her many fears one at a time and a Hawaiian delicacy - Spam!
More Porsche than Cessna, the Icon Aircraft A5 is a plane like no other. Icon founder Kirk Hawkins says that the sport aircraft is designed to put the fun back in flying. CBS News' Bill Whitaker reports.
The White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington, D.C. attracts all sorts of people from dignitaries, politicians, but especially comedians. President Obama got his chance to use his stand up routine followed up by Jay Leno.
What advice does the father of Microsoft founder Bill Gates have for the Class of 2010? Listen to what Bill Gates Sr. told graduates of the University of Washington at their commencement ceremony on June 12, 2010, in Seattle.
Sunday Morning film critic David Edelstein praised actor Colin Firth's performance as Britain's King George the Sixth in the new movie "The King's Speech." Katie Couric sat down with the actor who shared his own take on the role.
It's been 29 years since Bob Marley died, leaving behind reggae songs of rebellion and celebration that are still known around the world. He also left behind a huge family to carry on his legacy. Kelly Cobiella reports.
Sean Penn speaks about erroneous perceptions that being a liberal is "anti-military." The actor also tells Lara Logan that America's response to the Haiti earthquake represents the epicenter of a cultural revolution in the U.S.
People from around the world send their Valentines by the boxload to Loveland, Colorado so volunteers can stamp each one with a poem and decoration before it makes its way to that special someone. Barry Petersen reports.
Every 23 seconds, somewhere is the country, firefighters are responding to a call. And what's surprising is that 72% of those fire fighters are volunteers. Peter Greenberg looks at the people, who are likely to your neighbor, co-worker, or handy man who give their time to protect and save our lives.moreless
Elton John is one of the most beloved pop musicians of the last few decades. But even icons have heroes. And it turns out one of Elton's heroes is Leon Russell, a hard-rocking piano player who was a backbone of the Woodstock generation. Russ Mitchell talks with the two piano legends about a rock-and-roll second chance.moreless
For the estimated 3 million Americans and 65 million worldwide who stutter, the movie "The King's Speech," has brought stuttering into the spotlight. Mo Rocca talks to researchers and stutterers to demystify a condition that's been around since man has been speaking.
With the U.S. economy suffering and inflation on the rise, many are wondering if the stock market is a safe place for their investments. Rebecca Jarvis looks at gold and investigates its safety as a long term money-maker.
Former President George W. Bush has avoided the limelight since leaving the White House, until now. Bush has recently released a book on his presidency titled "Decision Points" where he outlines all of the key moments from his two terms in office. Jim Axelrod sat down with the former president and his wife Laura at their new home in Texas to discuss their post-White House life.moreless
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