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Sunday Morning - CBSNews.com
Sunday Morning - CBSNews.com
New music from the unapologetic Dixie Chicks
The 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's Grammy-winning smash "Taking the Long Way."
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The benefits of napping on the job
Whoever 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 Dr. Charles Czeisler, researcher Dayna Johnson, and "sleep historian" Roger Ekirch 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 odd-looking headgear) aimed at helping them catch some Zzzzzz.
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Almanac: The Marx Brothers
March 8, 1959 marked a key date in the careers of the irrepressible Groucho, Chico and Harpo Marx, for that was the day they appeared together for the last time on screen, on TV's "General Electric Theater" on CBS. Jane Pauley looks back at the careers of the comedy icons.
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Nature up close: What's needed to keep an owl alive
A look at the energy it takes to sustain a predator on a food chain
2020-03-09 22:05:37
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Notable deaths in 2020
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who'd touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
2020-03-09 19:08:49
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Napping – You snooze, you win!
Researchers say sleeping on the job can be a good thing; a mid-afternoon nap has been found to improve performance, cognition and memory
2020-03-09 17:26:44
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"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 3/8
This week "Sunday Morning," with host Jane Pauley, features Susan Spencer's cover story on the benefits of afternoon naps. (Watch out for the boss!) Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with the Dixie Chicks; Luke Burbank interviews teen pop singer-turned-actress Mandy Moore, star of "This Is Us"; Martha Teichner looks back at the 1918 flu pandemic; Mark Phillips meets the dancers of "Riverdance," which is marking its 25th anniversary with a new production coming to New York's Radio City Music Hall; and Tony Dokoupil talks with photographers from the Louisville Courier-Journal, whose archive of pictures detailing the public and private moments of the city's most famous son are now collected in a book, "Picture: Muhammad Ali."
2020-03-08 22:58:01
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"Riverdance" steps up its 25th anniversary
In 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's back with a 25th anniversary show, headed for New York's 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."
2020-03-08 22:52:11
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Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers
We look back at the lives of noted figures from the WWII homefront, architecture and the arts
2020-03-08 17:52:31
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The Dixie Chicks on turning their bad times into ballads
One of the biggest female music acts of all time is back with their first album in over a decade, with their new single, "Gaslighter," an ode to manipulators
2020-03-08 17:22:49
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Sunday Profile: Mandy Moore
Mandy 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's music dreams, and a woman realizing her dreams with her new album, "Silver Landings," a collaboration with her second husband, musician Taylor Goldsmith.
2020-03-08 17:10:47
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This week on "Sunday Morning" (March 8)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
2020-03-08 17:02:00
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Mandy Moore returns to music with "Silver Landings"
The teen pop singer-turned actress, who'd considered dropping out of the entertainment business before starring in the hit TV series "This Is Us," has now released a new album
2020-03-08 17:01:58
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Nature: River otters
"Sunday Morning" takes us along the Arrowhead State Trail in northern Minnesota, a winter playground for river otters. Videographer: Scot Miller.
2020-03-08 16:54:48
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Up next, recap & links
Stories, links, web extras and more from CBS News' "Sunday Morning"
2020-03-08 16:49:00
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Norah and Dan
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's 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.
2020-03-08 16:22:00
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Rare photos of Muhammad Ali
The book "Picture: Muhammad Ali," featuring rare photographs of the boxing legend taken by staff photographers of the Louisville Courier-Journal, covers the entire length of "The Greatest"'s career
2020-03-08 15:30:25
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How Purell's business began to clean up
After 10 years of losing money on its hand sanitizer, the makers of Purell found vindication - and placement for its ubiquitous dispensers
2020-03-06 19:21:31
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From 2013: How the makers of Purell cleaned up
The handy hand sanitizer has permeated society, but the path to market success was hardly free of pitfalls. Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis finds out the story behind Purell. Originally broadcast April 14, 2013.
2020-03-06 18:56:58
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Take Five: Arts & events around the U.S. (March 6)
Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week
2020-03-06 17:22:38
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Remembering Groucho Marx
The comic legend and ringleader of the Marx Brothers died 30 years ago but his humor lives on
2020-03-06 00:46:40
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Vanna White, a woman of letters
The co-host of "Wheel of Fortune" talks about her 37 years revealing puzzles, and filling in for Pat Sajak during his recent emergency surgery
2020-03-05 21:52:08
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Why singer-actress Mandy Moore nearly walked away from the entertainment business
Preview: The "This Is Us" star tells "CBS Sunday Morning" that, after four failed TV pilots, "I was kind of at the point where I was like, 'Maybe this acting thing is done for me'"
2020-03-05 21:52:00
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Fans attend Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo
Check out some of the most impressive costumes at the largest pop culture convention in the Midwest.
2020-03-02 19:54:58
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Ed O'Keefe: Voters are deciding at the last minute
Correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports on former Vice President Joe Biden's big win in the South Carolina primary Saturday, and looks ahead to a "Super-sized" Tuesday in the presidential primary.
2020-03-01 23:23:20
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Nature up close: Plants that steal or kill for nutrients
Several rare plant species found at New York's Letchworth State Park don't rely on photosynthesis to survive
2020-03-01 20:24:31
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Architect Rem Koolhaas
At New York's 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 how he re-envisioned cities like Rotterdam; immersed himself in the world of fashion; and developed his new show aimed at bringing focus to life beyond city limits.
2020-03-01 19:19:03
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"Wheel of Fortune" star Vanna White
Since 1982, Vanna White has demonstrated that no one reveals letters better than she. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with the "Wheel of Fortune" co-host about her 37 years revealing puzzles, her inauspicious audition, and filling in for Pat Sajak during his recent emergency surgery.
2020-03-01 19:19:03
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Quilting "sewlebrity" Jenny Doan
A decade ago Hamilton, Missouri was like a lot of small towns with its best days behind it. Then Jenny Doan, with the backing of her family, opened a quilting shop, the Missouri Star Quilt Company, and launched a new career as a YouTube quilting star. Correspondent Luke Burbank reports on Doan's, the the town's, transformations.
2020-03-01 19:02:33
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Paulina Porizkova on modeling and a husband's betrayal
The Czech emigre supermodel was a familiar cover girl in the 1980s and '90s and became the face of Estée 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.
2020-03-01 19:02:32
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