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COVER STORY: Welcome to the library of the 21st century | Watch Video
No shushing here! The modern library is more than just a repository of books. Correspondent Conor Knighton checks out how today’s libraries are public spaces designed to foster connections while keeping pace with technology and the needs of the community.

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Glass floats discovered on Block Island 

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ART: A glass orb treasure hunt on Block Island (Video)
Since 2012, visitors have scoured Block Island, off the coast of Rhode Island, in search of hidden treasure: hand-blown glass orbs. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks to glass artists Eben Horton and Jennifer Nauck, who create the delicate prizes, and joins other “orbivores” (orb hunters) on the prowl. (Originally broadcast on February 6, 2022.)

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HEALTH: The unsung heroes of public health | Watch Video
Workers on the frontlines of public health have a lot on their plate, from eliminating disease, reducing workplace injuries, and ensuring clean water and better sanitation, to keeping our food safe to eat. But a patchwork of reporting systems across the country isn’t always effective, and public health officials – under-funded and short-staffed – face the added hazard of hate mail from the public just for doing their job. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook reports on a “brain drain” that threatens our nation’s health security.

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Actress, dancer and charmer Sandy Duncan. 

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ON STAGE: Sandy Duncan still has a lot to “crow” about | Watch Video
Entertainer Sandy Duncan danced in her first recital at age five in a tiny Texas oil town. She would go on to star in films and on Broadway, earning three Tony nominations (including for the 1979 revival of “Peter Pan”) and two Emmy nominations (including for her role in the landmark mini-series “Roots”). Not to mention guest starring with a gaggle of Muppets. Duncan, now 76, talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about achieving her greatest triumph after recovering from a brain tumor behind her left eye.

WEB EXTRA: Sandy Duncan on winning a role from Agnes de Mille (Video)
In 1966 actress Sandy Duncan auditioned with choreographer Agnes de Mille for the New York City Center revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Carousel.” In this web exclusive she talks with correspondent Mo Rocca about how she won the role.     

PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including pop artist Claes Oldenburg.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2022

Sandro Barbagallo, curator at the Vatican Museum’s Carriage Pavilion, shows correspondent Seth Doane the Grand Gala Berlin carriage, dating from 1826 and used by Pope Leo XII. 

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AUTOMOTIVE: The history of the “Popemobile” (Video)
From sedan chairs to a bullet-proof Ferrari, the transports used by pontiffs share a storied tradition as rich as that of the Catholic Church. Correspondent Seth Doane visits the Vatican Museum’s Carriage Pavilion at Vatican City, where various modes of “popemobile” dating back centuries are on display. 

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COMMENTARY: “Don’t Look Up” director Adam McKay on the climate crisis that’s no joke | Watch Video
The speed at which our climate is reacting to man-made carbon emissions is happening much faster than we thought possible. Academy Award-winning director Adam McKay, whose recent satire “Don’t Look Up” attacked complacency in the face of apocalyptic danger, says there are actions we must take now to deal with this existential threat. 

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Correspondent Anthony Mason with singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama. 

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BOOKS: Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen: Renegades | Watch Video
The former president and the singer-songwriter, longtime friends, have shared their stories in a podcast and a book: “Renegades: Born in the USA.” Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen sit down with correspondent Anthony Mason to discuss the influence of their fathers on their life’s work, and the shared narratives that drive the not-dissimilar fields of popular music and politics. (Originally broadcast on October 24, 2021.)

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Baseball greats Bud Fowler and “Buck” O’Neil are being inducted this year into the National Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y.

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SPORTS: Two baseball greats finally welcomed to Cooperstown | Watch Video
Two acknowledged giants of our national pastime are being inducted this week into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.: Bud Fowler, the first African-American player in professional baseball beginning in the 1870s; and John Jordan “Buck” O’Neil Jr., a Negro Leagues player and manager who later scouted and coached in the majors, and co-founded the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City. Correspondent Mark Whitaker reports on two legends being entered into the temple of baseball.

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SUNDAY JOURNAL: All the president’s apologists – Defending Trump by attacking the truth | Watch Video
CBS News’ John Dickerson says the former president’s supporters, who have engaged in diversion, distraction and lying about witnesses at the January 6th committee hearings, demonstrated that they’re okay with the former president’s failure to protect the nation.

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NATURE: Zion National Park (Extended Video)
“Sunday Morning” takes us to Zion National Park in Utah. Videographer: Brad Markel. 

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On the first night of their two-night stand in Chicago, Rage Against the Machine lead singer Zack de la Rocha – perhaps forgetting he is 31 years older than when the band first performed together – jumped on stage at the United Center during “Bullet to the Head,” and hurt his foot. He pushed through, sitting for the rest of both shows rather than cancelling. 

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GALLERY: Live music is back on stage 2022
Concerts are back on track, with rock, heavy metal and country artists returning to live performances.

Here Comes The Sun: Author Delia Owens, Reese Witherspoon, and “Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibit


“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Author Delia Owens, Reese Witherspoon, and “Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibit (Video)
Author Delia Owens and Reese Witherspoon talks about adapting Owens’ novel “Where the Crawdads Sing” for the screen. Also, Rita Braver visits the new “Afro-Atlantic Histories” exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. “

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