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“Sunday Morning” dishes up a slice of Americana: pie, as sweet and numerous as these 50 United States. Contributor Kelefa Sanneh talks with Stacey Mei Yan Fong (whose “50 Pies/50 States” job has created edible tributes to the country), and with Sarah Sanneh (proprietor of the Brooklyn cafe Pies ‘n’ Thighs) about the best pie for the Fourth of July.
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The Statue of Liberty, which has stood astride New York Harbor because 1886, welcomed one more gift from France this week: a nine-foot reproduction – forged from French sculptor Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi’s primary plaster design – as it travels to Washington D.C., to symbolize the continuing bond concerning our two nations. Jane Pauley studies.
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The Brooklyn restaurant Emma’s Torch is a staunch advocate for empowering asylum-seekers by training, by teaching them for work opportunities in the food stuff provider marketplace. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with Emma’s Torch founder Kerry Brodie, and with graduates of her application who are obtaining their route to the American Desire.
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Correspondent Faith Salie traveled to the rain forest of Belize to explore the mystery planet of ants, and observed out how finding out from the intelligence of ant societies could assistance strengthen human behaviors. Originally broadcast on “Sunday Early morning” July 24, 2011.
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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video clip)
“Sunday Morning” remembers some of the notable figures who still left us this week, which includes previous Protection Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
For the colonists who declared independence 245 several years ago, “No taxation with no representation” was a rallying cry. For inhabitants of our nation’s funds, it however is. Correspondent Mo Rocca appears to be at the issue of statehood for Washington, D.C., and of the political divide that exists about giving a vote in Congress to the taxpaying citizens residing there.
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HARTMAN: An Alzheimer’s marriage (Video)
A few many years in the past, at age 53, Peter Marshall, of Andover, Conn., was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s. At some point, he not only forgot his wedding day working day – he forgot his wife. Lisa Marshall turned just another nameless caretaker, their total record together forever erased. Until, Lisa suggests, all of a unexpected Peter commenced “courting” her – and proposed. Steve Hartman reports.
Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has fulfilled a new dream, by publishing his to start with novel – an adaptation of his acclaimed time period epic, “The moment Upon a Time … in Hollywood.” Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Tarantino about the pleasures of getting to be a novelist and a father, and his plans for his 10th (and ultimate) film.
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Planet: Afghanistan: A overlooked war in a “graveyard of empires” (Video clip)
As U.S. servicemembers put together to depart Afghanistan right after 20 a long time of combating together with neighborhood forces in opposition to militants and hunting al Qaeda terrorists, CBS News nationwide security correspondent David Martin stories on how America’s mission there has evolved – and now ends.
World: Afghanistan: Getting inventory as U.S. withdraws (Video clip)
Correspondent Charlie D’Agata experiences from the Afghan funds of Kabul, a city that has improved profoundly in the previous two a long time given that the invasion by American forces in 2001 – where by a generation that has grown up enjoying easy freedoms fears the Taliban will sweep back again into ability the moment U.S. forces go away.
The bestselling creator and journalist discusses assaults on American democracy, and the battle to protect a no cost place from enemies each foreign and domestic.
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Character: Newborn eaglets (Prolonged Video)
“Sunday Morning” visits eaglets at Letchworth Condition Park, in close proximity to the town of Castile in western New York State. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.
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