Simply a package that's sublime, of Copalis Beach Washington, with no voice-overs or music. Simply let the sea sounds absorb you as you watch a fresh water stream make its way to the sea. A little reminiscent of the way the CBS Sunday Morning show ended their programs, I guess.
First installment of a series -- A Sonoran Desert Magical Moment -- inspired by the CBS Sunday Morning News end of broadcast nature montages -- "We leave you with..." A brief but magical moment of a summer sunset in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona.
Katherine Rothman, CEO of KMR Communications appeared on CBS Sunday Morning to discuss the growing trend of doctors on TV. KMR Communications is a New York based Public Relations firm that has a history of lining up TV appearances for doctors.
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Bill Geist explores the 90 miles of golf cart paths in the town of THE VILLAGES in Florida.
Golf cart paths to take people wherever they so desire - no cars necessary. That doesn't prevent residents from indulging in their love of cars, with custom-designed golf carts that are street legal.
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Every American soldier killed in war, is a fallen hero, and deserves both the nation's thanks and a 'Hero's Welcome'. That's what the 'Flagman' Larry Eckhardt believes, and wait until you see what he does about it. Steve Hartman reports from Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, the home of U.S. Army Pvt. FC, Dustin Gross, who was killed by a roadside bomb earlier this month in Afghanistan.
The wife of a World War II soldier waited for more than 68 years for solid proof that her husband is either dead or alive. Then she learned the stunning truth in Normandy, France. Steve Hartman reports.
Special on Bob Seger on CBS Sunday Morning 1/28/2007.
Bill Geist reports how, thanks to the bestselling "50 Shades" trilogy, authors of erotic romance - like 76-year-old Desiree Holt - have found success where other writers haven't. Geist also visits a romance novel cover shoot, where he fits right in.
As a preview of the legendary British rock band's appearance on "Sunday Morning" to discuss "Celebration Day" - a DVD of their 2007 tribute concert for Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, at London's O2 Arena - we present the band performing "Black Dog."
You'd never know it but Carol Burnett was once told she was "too big" for television. Lee Cowan reports on how she made the fit, creating classic comedy along the way.
Instead of just two dimensions we can now print in three. A new way of manufacturing is being used to make everything from toy tractors to electric cars. Now, researchers are using 3D printing to engineer human tissue. Serena Altschul reports.
Charlize Theron may have movie star looks, but the leading lady remains grounded by her strong sense of self, and a wicked sense of humor. In this preview, Theron spoke with Lee Cowan about the characters she tends to play. Watch the full interview Sunday, December 4th on CBS.
On March 31st, 1791, then-Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton signed the contract for construction of the Cape Henry lighthouse in Va., the first lighthouse paid for by the U.S. government.
David Duchovny and Tea Leoni interviewed on CBS Sunday Morning. They talk about 'House of D'.
From "Lost in Translation" to "The Avengers" to Broadway, Scarlett Johansson is one of the brightest stars on screen and on stage. She spent some time with Anthony Mason for a little Q&A.