Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday kicks off National Tax Security Awareness Week, with the IRS urging taxpayers to take additional steps to protect their tax data and identities.
- National Tax Security Awareness Week 2019 (December 2-6) | Press release
- Security Awareness for Taxpayers (pdf)
- Identity Protection: Prevention, Detection and Victim Assistance
Watch the IRS video, "Easy Steps to Protect Your Computer and Phone"
On Tuesday, Olympic figure skating gold medalist Katarina Witt turns 54.
Katarina Witt ice skates to "Carmen" at the 1988 Calgary Olympics, for which she won a Gold Medal:
Wednesday is National Cookie Day, a celebration apparently inspired by "Sesame Street"'s Cookie Monster.
Thursday sees the lighting of the National Christmas Tree in Washington, D.C.
- 2019 National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, December 5 on the Ellipse at President's Park, Washington, D.C.
- Watch the tree lighting broadcast, Monday, December 9 on REELZ (8 p.m. ET) and Ovation (9 p.m. ET).
- National Park Foundation
On Friday, the British rock group The Who release their first album in 13 years, titled (appropriately enough) "Who."
To listen to "Ball and Chain" from The Who's new album, click on the video player below:
And Saturday, December 7th, is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, marking the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack that killed 2,403 American service members and civilians.
- Memorial ceremonies will be live-streamed from Pearl Harbor beginning at 7:50 a.m. Hawaii Time (12:50 p.m. ET)
- National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Commemoration
- World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Pearl Harbor (National Park Service)
- Battleship Missouri Memorial, Pearl Harbor
- Pacific Historic Parks
- Almanac: Pearl Harbor ("Sunday Morning," 12/07/14)
- ("CBS Evening News, 10/01/19)
Watch Lee Cowan's 2016 "Sunday Morning" report, "Remembering Pearl Harbor":