But as Martha Teichner reports, that’s actually not at all unprecedented in American politics.
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For more info: | Watch Video The singer-songwriter is out with a new album, “Stranger to Stranger,” which debuted at #1 on the Billboard chart. nationals born in the American territory in the South Pacific are only confirmed some rights. If your cable box or Tivo is set to record “CBS News Sunday Morning” you should be good to go!
Lee Cowan stops by Paul Simon’s home and studio to try and find the secret to his success. For more info: | Watch Video The veteran CBS newsman and former host of “Face the Nation” shares his thoughts about this year’s election. ELECTION: The history of voting (Video)Jane Pauley explores the history of ballots and voting machines at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D. HEADLINES: Powerful quake strikes central Italy (Video)Another powerful earthquake struck central Italy Sunday morning.
“Sunday Morning” contributor Bill Flanagan reflects on his career and his haunting music.
ELECTION 2016: Nancy Giles: Time to get to work Nearly 100 million people did not bother to vote, making that “more perfect union” a more distant prospect.
Twenty-four members of this production will be making their Broadway debuts, including the leading man, Josh Groban.
C., and not understand that the poinsettia has a special place in the community.“I’m coming from another world,” he told Anthony Mason, “and I wanted to make sure that it was known, right off the bat, that I was coming to this world with the maximum amount of respect for it.”For more info: HALLOWEEN: Scarecrows: An ancient tradition (Video)The scarecrow is an ancient tool of farmers trying to protect their crops from hungry birds.But these nostalgic agricultural aids - the stars of the annual Peddler’s Village Scarecrow Festival in Bucks County, Pa. Luke Burbank checks out some farms using less traditional ways to scare off bothersome birds.Nearly five decades ago, he began digging graves in the Maine town of Milbridge. Mine is grave-digging.” STEVE HARTMAN: Special Olympians team up for zombie film (Video)Sam and Mattie have quite a long list of accomplishments - the pair met while competing in the Special Olympics and forged a special bond.Hall still digs graves by hand, and takes tremendous pride in his work.“I was put on Earth to be a gravedigger,” he told correspondent Mark Strassmann. Their friendship has taken them many places, but it was a surprise to many when one of their wacky adventures landed them in front of and behind the camera for a zombie horror movie. | Watch Video In a studio on New York’s 42nd Street, the cast of the new musical adapted from Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” rehearses for opening night.