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CBS Sunday Morning, October 18, 2020
David Pogue looks at how extreme weather events are bringing the issue of climate change home to more and more Americans. Serena Altschul talks with Grammy-winner Christopher Cross about his COVID-19 diagnosis. Erin Moriarty examines the key voting bloc of suburban women in battleground states. Nick Whitaker talks with Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza. Ben Mankiewicz checks in with actor Elliott Gould. John Dickerson discusses the perils of polls, and Tracy Smith discovers longtime Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth’s new passion: Japanese ink painting.
CBS Sunday Morning, October 11, 2020
David Pogue examines the Right to Repair movement, fighting electronics manufacturers that make it more difficult for consumers to fix broken devices. Tracy Smith finds out from N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his three daughters what living together in lockdown during the pandemic was like. Nicholas Thompson dives into the bizarre conspiracy theories propagated by the online figure QAnon. Mo Rocca investigates the debate over memorials to controversial historical figures. Ramy Inocencio reports from Shanghai on how China has reemerged from the pandemic, and Jim Axelrod looks at a bipartisan presidential tradition – golf.
CBS Sunday Morning, October 4, 2020
Rita Braver looks at how the careers of working mothers have faced added stress during the pandemic. Tracy Smith talks with defendants and filmmakers about the events depicted in a new film about unrest in 1968, "The Trial of the Chicago 7." Chip Reid looks back at "October Surprises" that had the potential to swing elections (or didn't.) And John Dickerson previews this week's vice presidential debate.
CBS Sunday Morning, September 27, 2020
Ted Koppel examines the controversy over qualified immunity, which shields police officers from civil lawsuits in many cases. Luke Burbank interviews comic actor Jim Belushi, who has a found a new role as a cannabis farmer. Nancy Giles finds out why an old-time craze, roller skating, is on a roll. And Mo Rocca witnesses some of the contraptions built by families in lockdown for this year’s Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
CBS Sunday Morning, September 13, 2020
Martha Teichner examines how America’s response to the coronavirus has been politicized. Rita Braver explores Washington, D.C.’s newest memorial, dedicated to Allied Commander and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Tracy Smith finds out how Keith Urban has continued to make music during the pandemic. And Mo Rocca looks at the history of presidential portraits. Those stories on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
CBS Sunday Morning: September 6, 2020
According to recent studies, Americans spend 40 billion dollars a year tending to their 40 million acres of grass. So, no surprise coronavirus has made quarantined Americans -- fanatics and novices alike -- lawn-care crazy. Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok talks about leading Crossfire Hurricane, the Bureau's investigation into the Trump campaign's connections with Russian officials, and how he came in the cross hairs himself. A new YouTube documentary, "This Is Paris," reveals a never-before-told chapter in Paris Hilton's life that the socialite and social media influencer says was too painful to talk about … until now. Those stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."