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  • Paula Abdul: There is Someone Special

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    12/30/10

    Paula Abdul speaks about her love life in a candid interview with CBS' Julie Chen. Watch the full interview this weekend on "CBS Sunday Morning."
  • Nature: West Texas

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    10/27/13

    This week's moment in nature takes us to the wilds of west Texas -- in the company of tarantulas, vultures, and coyotes.
  • The scariest movie of all time

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    10/27/13

    Critic David Edelstein says one horror movie has risen above the rest and has managed to seep into our culture like blood into a rug.
  • Alan Gurganus: What the graves give us

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    10/27/13

    Alan Gurganus, author of "The Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All" and "Local Souls," says every novelist needs a good dictionary and a nearby cemetery.
  • Middle school football team's life-changing play

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    10/27/13

    Meet the Olivet Eagles, a middle-school football team from Olivet, Mich., who with the help of a learning disabled teammate, executed what may be one of the most successful plays of all time. Steve Hartman reports.moreless
  • Mariel Hemingway's road to happiness

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    10/27/13

    Mariel Hemingway, star of Woody Allen's classic, "Manhattan," still has the same youthful spirit that captivated audiences back when she was 16. But considering her family's dark history, getting happy hasn't been easy. Mo Rocca sits down with the Oscar-nominated actress.moreless
  • YouTube teen star's touching last days

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    10/27/13

    Ben Breedlove was the kind of kid everyone wanted to be. But he had a heart condition that he knew could make every day his last. What he did with his final days inspired millions. Tracy Smith shares his touching story.moreless
  • You're "It"!

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    10/27/13

    Ten childhood friends, now middle-aged, are still competing in a game of tag they first played while students as a prep school in Spokane, Wash. Correspondent Lee Cowan meets the "Tag Brothers."
  • Racing giant pumpkins in Maine

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    10/27/13

    Correspondent Martha Teichner attends Pumpkinfest in Damariscotta, Me., and follows the action from start to finish in the town's Giant Pumpkin Boat Regatta.
  • Almanac: Prisons

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    10/27/13

    October 27, 1994, marked the first time the number of inmates in U.S. federal and state prisons exceeded one million - 1,012,851, to be exact. Charles Osgood reports
  • Coffee for a smile

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    10/20/13

    Dan Dewey has spent $10,000 of his own money to buy coffee for cancer patients at Michigan hospitals. All he wants in return are smiles. Steve Hartman reports.
  • Richard Sherman with a "Spoonful of Sugar"

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    10/20/13

    Web extra: Richard Sherman, who with his brother Robert Sherman composed the music for the Walt Disney classic, "Mary Poppins," demonstrates for Nancy Giles how they came up with "A Spoonful of Sugar."moreless
  • Richard Sherman and Nancy Giles sing "It's a Small World"

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    10/20/13

    Web extra: It's an unforgettable song sung all over the world. Richard Sherman, who contributed countless memorable tunes for Walt Disney, joins Nancy Giles in a duet of his immortal "It's a Small World."moreless
  • Almanac: The U.S.-Canada border

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    10/20/13

    On October 20, 1818, the U.S. and Britain signed a treaty establishing the 49th parallel as the border between Canada and the western U.S., which is often celebrated as the world's longest undefended border between two nations.moreless
  • Surrealist Rene Francois Magritte

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    10/20/13

    In the early 20th century, Rene Francois Magritte was part of the Surrealist movement in Paris that created unexpected, often dreamlike imagery. A new exhibition at New York's Museum of Modern Art of works by the Belgian painter is the first major showing of Magritte in two decades. Serena Altschul reports.moreless
  • The science of resilience

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    10/20/13

    Attacked by a shark, Micki Glenn almost died, and lost the use of her right hand. But she quickly bounced back, and she refuses to dwell on any of that. The latest scientific research on resilience suggests that Micki Glenn may not be so unusual. Susan Spencer of "48 Hours" reports.moreless
  • Richard Sherman sings "I Want to Be Like You"

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    10/20/13

    Web extra: Richard Sherman, who with his brother Robert composed the music for several Walt Disney classics, plays for Nancy Giles his favorite tune from "The Jungle Book," "I Want to Be Like You."moreless
  • Songwriter Richard Sherman on creating crazy lyrics

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    10/20/13

    Web extra: Richard Sherman, of the songwriting duo the Sherman Brothers, explains to Nancy Giles the genesis of their immortal tune from Walt Disney's "Mary Poppins," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious."
  • Mary Steenburgen's musical awakening

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    10/20/13

    Oscar-winning actress Mary Steenburgen stars alongside four Hollywood legends in her latest film, "Last Vegas." She also has the opportunity to show off a new talent, as a singer-songwriter. Lee Cowan reports.
  • Alan Greenspan: The economy's rockstar

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    10/20/13

    Alan Greenspan worked with four presidents during his 18-year tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve, and the recent financial crisis has the man who once steered the world's greatest economy worried. Anthony Mason reports.moreless
  • The Sherman brothers: Disney's great songwriting duo

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    10/20/13

    You might not know their names, but you do know the songs of Robert and Richard Sherman. One of the most prolific songwriting duos of all time, the brothers penned Disney classics like "It's a Small World" and music for "Mary Poppins." Nancy Giles reports.moreless
  • Medal of Honor recipient's heroic tale

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    10/20/13

    Army Capt. William Swenson received the Medal of Honor at a ceremony in Washington last week for his heroics during a 2009 ambush in Afghanistan. David Martin reports.
  • Passage: Banksy

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    10/20/13

    The British street artist Banksy is making New York City his canvas for the month of October, with new works popping up daily in some unlikely spots. But not everyone is amused by Banksy's antics -- just ask Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Charles Osgood reports.moreless
  • Redheads converge on Portland, Ore.

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    10/20/13

    Some say redheads are going extinct, but in Portland, Ore., they're everywhere you look, as hundreds gathered for the area's Redhead Day event. Bill Geist was one of them.
  • Nature: Catskills

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    10/20/13

    Extended Video: This week's moment in nature takes us to the Catskill Mountains, north of New York City.
  • Web extra: Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen on "X Men" & wizards

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    10/13/13

    The actors and friends talk to Lesley Stahl about the "X Men" comic book franchise, "The Lord of the Rings," and Harry Potter.
  • Web extra: Patrick Stewart of Yorkshire, Ian McKellen of Lancashire

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    10/13/13

    The two English thespians discuss regional differences with Lesley Stahl.
  • Vanity Fair celebrates 100th anniversary

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    10/13/13

    The magazine world marks a milestone this fall with the centennial of Vanity Fair. While the printed version may not be around in another 100 years, magazine editor Graydon Carter expects Vanity Fair to continue telling stories. Charles Osgood reports.moreless
  • Portugal's great explorers

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    10/13/13

    During the Age of Discovery, daring sailors with names like Ferdinand Magellan and Vasco da Gama set sail into uncharted waters in search of the unknown. Many came from the small seafaring country of Portugal, which became the first global sea power. Martha Teichner reports.moreless
  • Bobby Orr: A hockey legend

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    10/13/13

    Bobby Orr's overtime goal in 1970 that brought the Stanley Cup to Boston for the first time in 29 years is considered one of the greatest moments in sports history. While Orr's hockey career was relatively short-lived, he's still one of the most beloved sports stars. Mo Rocca hits the ice with the famously shy superstar.moreless
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