Here's a look at the week ahead on our "Sunday Morning" Calendar:
Monday is the first day Motion Picture Academy members can vote for Oscar nominations. Nominees will be announced on January 22.
On Tuesday, our "Sunday Morning" anchor emeritus Charles Osgood celebrates his 86th birthday. Happy birthday, Charlie!
- Charles Osgood, Baltimore boy ("Sunday Morning," 09/25/16)
- Charles Osgood: A broadcast journalist's journey ("Sunday Morning," 09/25/16)
- Charles Osgood, music man ("Sunday Morning," 09/25/16)
- An Osgood trademark: The bow tie ("Sunday Morning," 09/25/16)
- Charles Osgood reflects on his career ("Sunday Morning," 09/25/16)
On Wednesday, the National Transportation Safety Board unveils its New Year's list of Most Wanted Transportation Safety Improvements.
Thursday kicks off Sketchfest, the San Francisco comedy festival featuring more than 200 comic shows and appearances spread over nearly three weeks.
Friday is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, with the Department of Homeland Security encouraging Americans to wear blue as a sign of solidarity.
- National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Human Rights First
- National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Free the Girls
- National Human Trafficking Hotline
And Saturday marks the 60th anniversary of the day Berry Gordy founded Tamla Records in Detroit, the forerunner of the legendary Motown Records label.
- Motown Museum
- Berry Gordy on "Motown: The Musical" (CBS This Morning," 04/10/13)
Story produced by Julie Kracov.