This week on "Sunday Morning" (Feb. 11)

Color coordinated goodness, at Dylan's Candy Bar in New York City.

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Last Updated Feb 11, 2018 10:36 AM EST

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HEADLINES: 
U.S. wins first gold medal at Pyeongchang Olympics (Video)
Seventeen-year-old snowboarder Red Gerard captured America's first gold medal as the Olympic Games continue in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Ben Tracy reports the latest action heating up the slopes - and the thaw between dignitaries from North and South Korea.

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Software company SAP has hired many workers on the autism spectrum, who find camaraderie and fulfillment in the workplace.

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COVER STORY: The growing acceptance of autism at the workplace | Watch Video
Nearly three years ago, when tech giant Microsoft announced that it was starting a pilot program to hire autistic workers, they received more than 700 resumes within a few weeks. German software maker SAP has instituted a program to bring people with autism into its workforce worldwide, and other companies are following suit. By all accounts, giving those on the spectrum an opportunity to use their talents productively has been a tremendous success.

Lee Cowan looks at the changing face of workplace diversity.

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ALMANAC:
The inventor of crash test dummies | Watch Video
On February 11, 2005, physicist and engineer Samuel Alderson, who developed the very first anthropomorphic test device for auto safety testing, died at age 90. Jane Pauley reports.

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Conor Knighton, with lovespoon, on the Welsh Island of Llanddwyn, 

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ISLAND HOPPING: Tokens of love: The Welsh tradition of lovespoons | Watch Video
Conor Knighton visits Llanddwyn Island off the coast of Wales, where if you want to woo someone, you don't give your sweetheart chocolates, flowers or jewelry; you give them a "lovespoon."

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The O'Jays (Eddie Levert, Walter Williams, Sr. and Eric Nolan Grant) with correspondent Jim Axelrod. 

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MUSIC: The O'Jays and their enduring message of love | Watch Video
All aboard the Love Train! Jim Axelrod catches up with the O'Jays.

To watch the O'Jays' appearance on "Soul Train" back in 1972, click on the video player below, and dance along!

The O'Jays Love Train by Regina Côrtes on YouTube

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CORRESPONDENCE:
Letters from viewers (Video)
Jane Pauley digs into the mailbag for some correspondence from our viewers.

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Southwest Airlines flight attendants Terri and Dean Hanson are a team up in the air - and on the ground, too.

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VALENTINE'S DAY:  Office romance: Love is still in the air | Watch Video
In the era of Time's Up, #MeToo, and an increased awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace, is dating or marrying your office mates still a thing? As correspondent Tony Dokoupil finds out, some companies boast of it. Take Southwest Airlines (stock ticker acronym: LUV), where the expression "Love is in the air" takes on new meaning for staffers and flight attendants who are couples.

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ON THE ROAD:
A stand-up teacher (Video)
At a Varnett charter school in Houston, Eddie Brown is teaching sixth graders about different forms of energy. The kids love him in the classroom - and so do audiences across the country, who flock to his "Teacher's Only" comedy tour. Steve Hartman reports. 

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Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani with correspondent Lesley Stahl.

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MOVIES: The love story behind the basically true "The Big Sick" | Watch Video
Actor Kumail Nanjiani and his wife, Emily V. Gordon, had never written a movie before, when they decided to try and tell the basically true story of their lives, how they met, and how their budding romance was thrown for a loop when she became comatose. Their film, "The Big Sick," proved to be a critical success, and has now earned them an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay.

Lesley Stahl of "60 Minutes" meets with Nanjiani and Gordon to find out how telling the story of their lives has turned their lives upside-down.

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  • "The Big Sick" is available on Blu-ray and DVD, and via streaming on Amazon
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Dylan's Candy Bar founder Dylan Lauren, with correspondent Alina Cho.

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VALENTINE'S DAY: Dylan Lauren's sweet success | Watch Video
As a child the daughter of fashion design Ralph Lauren loved "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," and wanted to live in a candy land. Today, Dylan Lauren is the founder and CEO of Dylan's Candy Bar, which just celebrated its sweet 16th birthday. Correspondent Alina Cho toured Lauren's New York City flagship store - the largest candy shop in the world - and talked with Dylan about how she found sweet success.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Dylan Lauren: You, too, can keep fit while enjoying candy
The founder and CEO of Dylan's Candy Bar talks to Alina Cho about how this self-professed "fitness nut" manages to keep her figure while indulging in her company's delicious stock-in-trade, and explains why she described herself in her college essay as an "everlasting gobstopper."

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At the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park in Kentucky, this cabin is purportedly one in which the 16th president spent time as a child.

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HISTORY: Did Abraham Lincoln sleep here? | Watch Video
In Kentucky you can visit the cabins where Honest Abe was born, and later grew up … or are they? Contributor Brook Silva-Braga reports.

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CALENDAR:
Week of February 12 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

      
NATURE: 
Culebra (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning far from winter's cold -- in waters off the small island of Culebra, part of Puerto Rico. Videographer: Ziggy Livnat. 

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The most endearing animal you've probably never heard of, pikas survive without hibernating at alpine altitudes, storing hay for the winter. 

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NATURE UP CLOSE: Pikas
The most endearing animal you've probably never heard of survives without hibernating at alpine altitudes.


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