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CBS Sunday Morning, January 17, 2021
Jane Pauley sits down for a two-part interview with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff. John Dickerson looks at the challenges facing Joe Biden as he is sworn in as the 46th President. David Martin examines the security measures being taken for the inauguration. Jim Axelrod meets comedian Sarah Cooper, who found overnight success with her lip-sync videos of President Trump. Lee Cowan examines free speech on social media. Rita Braver reviews the second impeachment of Donald Trump, and Mo Rocca delves into the little-known story of Charles Curtis, the first Native American vice president.
CBS Sunday Morning, January 10, 2021
Lee Cowan looks back at this week's tumultuous events in Washington, D.C. Martha Teichner presents a history of the U.S. Capitol Building. David Martin reviews the security response to Wednesday's attack on the Capitol. Mo Rocca explores the traditions of presidential transitions. Dr. Jon LaPook visits with his father-in-law, legendary TV producer Norman Lear. Rita Braver celebrates the 100th anniversary of Scholastic Publications. and contributor Josh Seftel and his mother, Pat, discuss trying to make an appointment online for a COVID vaccination.
CBS Sunday Morning, January 3, 2021
On the first "CBS Sunday Morning" broadcast of 2021, Ted Koppel looks at the cybersecurity threats posed by the alleged Russian hack of SolarWinds. Neurosurgeon Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses his latest book, "Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age," with Dr. Jon LaPook. Major Garrett and Mark Phillips look ahead to 2021, in Washington and around the world; and CBS News veteran Bob Schieffer takes his artist's brush to a year like no other.
CBS Sunday Morning, December 27, 2020
Susan Spencer looks at the psychological imperative of planning, especially when plans are upended. David Pogue reminds us of "good" news from 2020. Dr. Jon LaPook honors medical workers who've put their lives in jeopardy. Michelle Miller examines feelings of grief, and of hope for the New Year. Mo Rocca looks back at the life of TV pitchman Sy Sperling, who was not only the founder of Hair Club for Men, but also a client. Plus, our Lee Cowan hosts this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
CBS Sunday Morning, December 13, 2020
Jim Axelrod talks with "Humans of New York" photographer Brandon Stanton about his book of international portraits. Erin Moriarty reports on an Indiana town where dozens of children have fallen ill with cancer. Mark Phillips looks at the controversy over the hit Netflix series "The Crown." Tracy Smith goes behind the scenes of Chadwick Boseman's last film, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." Faith Salie investigates the decades-long appeal of teenage sleuth Nancy Drew. Techno Claus (a.k.a. David Pogue) offers recommendations for tech gifts for the holidays; and we look at the history of Hanukkah, the "Festival of Lights." Lee Cowan guest hosts this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
CBS Sunday Morning, December 6, 2020
Ted Koppel examines the looming eviction crisis in the midst of a pandemic. Allison Aubrey looks at the development of an at-home COVID test; Martha Teichner celebrates the 50th birthday of PBS. Mo Rocca sits down with Tony-winning actress Leslie Uggams. These stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning"