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CBS SUNDAY MORNING is the top-rated Sunday morning news program in all the key demos, and features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements

    CBS Sunday Morning 7.12.2020

    CBS Sunday Morning 7.12.2020

    According to the CDC, people with chronic diseases, such as obesity, heart disease and type-2 diabetes, are a staggering 12 times more likely to die from the coronavirus – and Black Americans have a higher prevalence of many of these conditions. In Baltimore, medical staff from Johns Hopkins are joining forces with "trusted messengers" – including faith leaders from a historic local mosque – to address obstacles to improved health outcomes for the Black community. Allison Aubrey, of National Public Radio, reports. Dr. Jon LaPook on how wearing a mask can help prevent an infected person with no symptoms from transmitting the coronavirus to others. In 2019, more than 5.5 million Americans visited Italy, spending nearly $3 billion. But one travel industry group predicts this year may be the worst for tourism in decades – and last week the European Union extended its ban on American travelers. Seth Doane reports on how businesses in Rome have suffered not just from the pandemic, but from the economic fallout due to an absence of visitors. Melissa Gilbert, the actress who starred as Laura Ingalls in the long-running TV series talks with Mo Rocca at her "little house in the Catskills," about how the Michael Landon-produced show which examined themes of home, family, faith and community resonates today.  Daylan McLee has a long, bitter history with the police: a false arrest, countless traffic stops. But when he witnessed a fiery accident involving a police car in Uniontown, Pa., in which a cop was trapped by flames, McLee – without hesitation – stepped toward the burning wreckage and rescued Officer Jay Hanley. Steve Hartman shares his story. These stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."

    • 55 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, July 5, 2020

    CBS Sunday Morning, July 5, 2020

    Tracy Smith talks with comic actor and artist Jim Carrey about his “semi-autobiographical novel,” “Memoirs and Misinformation. "Norman Lear and Dick Van Dyke talk with Mo Rocca about the passing of a comedy giant, Carl Reiner. Ted Koppel reports on how the pandemic could mark the end of a New York City icon – yellow cab drivers; And Kelefa Sanneh reflects on Frederick Douglass' 1852 speech, "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?."

    • 57 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, June 28, 2020

    CBS Sunday Morning, June 28, 2020

    Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Rita Braver finds out how some regional theaters -- that are reopening -- are making big changes to accommodate social distancing; Faith Salie reflects on the “K-word" all too common on social media these days – calling someone a “Karen. " Mo Rocca talks with chef, restaurateur and Food Network host Guy Fieri. Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns looks at the role that baseball has played in American society -- especially in times of crisis, And we present Seth Doane’s award-winning 2019 report about the “Cemetery Angel,” Ruth Coker Burks. Those stories on this week's CBS Sunday Morning.

    • 30 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, June 21, 2020

    CBS Sunday Morning, June 21, 2020

    On this week's "CBS Sunday Morning," a conversation with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo about confronting the coronavirus pandemic and his political future. On the eve of Apple's first virtual Worldwide Developers Conference, CEO Tim Cook talks about the democratization of tools for social progress. Meanwhile, economists estimate more than 100,000 small businesses have already shut permanently since the COVID-19 outbreak began, while others are fighting to survive amid staggering losses.

    • 47 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, June 14, 2020

    CBS Sunday Morning, June 14, 2020

    In our cover story, Tracy Smith talks with Pulitzer Prize-winner Mary Jordan about her new biography of Melania Trump, “The Art of Her Deal.” David Martin looks at how black military leaders are taking to social media to discuss racial bias in the armed services. Nicholas Thompson handicaps the women in the running to be Joe Biden’s running mate. Erin Moriarty explores how the integrity of medical examiners can be compromised. Lee Cowan talks with father-and-daughter Ron Howard and Bryce Dallas Howard about her new documentary exploring fatherhood, “Dads.” Serena Altschul reports on how millennials and seniors are sharing a love of films via the ”Long Distance Movie Club.” And John Dickerson discusses lessons in presidential leadership.

    • 56 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, June 7, 2020

    CBS Sunday Morning, June 7, 2020

    Ted Koppel explores how America appears – to its allies and adversaries – to be relinquishing its global leadership.Tony Dokoupil visits with "SNL" cast member Pete Davidson to chat about his new movie, “The King of Staten Island."

    • 21 min

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