With a new movie released, Moe, Larry and Curly seem poised for a comeback. Martha Teichner looks back at the original Three Stooges, and looks at how the Farrelly Brothers - directors of the new film - have updated this classic comedy team.<br><br>
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David Hallberg, the first American to become a premier dancer with Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet, will be featured on this weekend's Sunday Morning. Martha Teichner spent time with Hallberg in New York City as he packed for Russia and later, when he returned to perform in the American Ballet Theatre's "Nutcracker" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The full interview airs Sunday on CBS' "Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood," Sunday, December 18, 9:00-10:30 a.m. ET.
"Sunday Morning" and Martha Teichner tagged along for a behind-the-scenes look at David Hallberg - the first American to become a premier dancer with Moscow's Bolshoi Ballet - as he visited Comedy Central's Steven Colbert. The full interview airs Sunday on CBS' "Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood," Sunday, December 18, 9:00-10:30 a.m. ET.
Martha Teichner visits the "Set in Style" exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum showcasing the dazzling design of Van Cleff and Arpels jewelry.
Weeds are an almost universal pest and especially concerning to farmers. Just like a nightmare, they seem to grow exponentially overnight, killing our crops. Martha Teichner reports on our war on weeds.
Martha Teichner profiles Kenneth Branagh, best known for his performances in Shakespeare films, now sits behind the camera directing the $150 million 3-D blockbuster movie "Thor."
Martha Teichner travels to the Thousand Islands in the St. Lawrence River, between northern New York state and Canada, in search of the complicated and controversial history of Thousand Island salad dressing.
Martha Teichner takes a look at the changing taste and techniques of cookies in America through the pages of the new "Gourmet Cookie Book."
Questions are beginning to be raised about the factories where Apple products are manufactured and whether the company is ignoring reports of abusive working conditions. Martha Teichner hears from labor watchdog groups as well as from a company hired by Apple to oversee compliance of its rules to find out how the products are made.
Martha Teichner examines the relationships behind the President and First Lady throughout the years.
Walmart heiress Alice Walton has for many years had a dream of building a world-class museum of American art in her hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas. Now, since she is the world's third-wealthiest woman, Walton used the money to make this dream a reality. Martha Teichner reports.
From King Henry VIII to Kate Middleton's wedding gown the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace is known for it's intricate work that symbolizes wealth and royalty. Martha Teichner reports on their history and the work they are doing for Queen Elizabeth ll's Diamond Jubilee.
As many car companies find themselves in turmoil, Hyundai has a strategy that is keeping business booming. Martha Teichner explains why.
"Windows on the World" was a landmark restaurant on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center. Martha Teichner reports on the search for its missing employees. (This report was from a DVD included with the tenth anniversary edition of the CBS News/Simon & Schuster book, "What We Saw: The Events of September 11, 2001, in Words, Pictures, and Video.")
Martha Teichner looks back on the biggest hurricanes to hit America's Northeast coastline.
Martha Teichner takes you behind the scenes of "Zarkana," the new $50 million Cirque du Soleil production at New York's Radio City Music Hall.