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COVER STORY: AI experts on whether you should be "terrified" of ChatGPT | Watch Video
OpenAI's artificial intelligence writing program ChatGPT will, with a few prompts, compose poetry, prose, song lyrics, essays, even news articles. And that has ethicists and educators worried about the program's ease at replacing human ideas with chatbot-generated words. Correspondent David Pogue delves into the minefield of AI communications and what it might mean for homework.

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HISTORY: LBJ and his monumental presidency | Watch Video
Fifty years after the death of Lyndon Baines Johnson, correspondent Rita Braver looks at the legacy of the 36th President, who came into office through the tragic death of his predecessor, and whose own presidency would become one of the most consequential, yet unappreciated in American history. Braver talks with biographer Robert Caro, historian Mark Updegrove, and Luci Baines Johnson (LBJ's youngest daughter) about how Johnson harnessed the power of government (and his own powers of persuasion) to change the nation.

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Because of its strength and versatility, hanji paper has been used for fans, screens, clothing, or as a canvas for fine art. CBS News

POSTCARD FROM SEOUL: An ancient tradition: Making hanji paper (Video)
The art of making hanji, or paper, derived from the inner bark of a tree native to Korea, helps continue a treasured cultural tradition. Correspondent Seth Doan explores the labor-intensive process of creating hanji, used for writing, artwork and official documents, and strong enough to last a thousand years.

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Comedian, writer and director Carl Reiner.  CBS News

TELEVISION: All for laughs: The art of Carl Reiner | Watch Video
Carl Reiner's comedy – from creating "The Dick Van Dyke Show," to directing films and sharing the stage with friend Mel Brooks – shaped our culture with humor that spanned generations. Now, two years after his death, the National Comedy Center, in Jamestown, New York, has named its extensive comedy archives in his honor. Correspondent Jim Axelrod talked with the funnyman's children – actor and director Rob Reiner, psychoanalyst Annie Reiner, and artist Lucas Reiner – about their dad's museum-quality legacy.

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The Embrace is Unveiled At Boston Common
Guests gather around the "Embrace" sculpture after its unveiling at Boston Common, January 13, 2023.  John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

ART: Will the public embrace "The Embrace"? (Video)
A 22-foot-tall bronze sculpture of arms hugging, inspired by a photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, was unveiled at Boston Common on January 13. But some of the reactions – from the public, comedians, and social media – have been harsh. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with sculptor Hank Willis Thomas about the response to his public art honoring love.

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PASSAGE: Passage: Remembering Gina Lollobrigida and David Crosby | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" looks back at the Italian film star once called "the most beautiful woman in the world," and the singer-songwriter who helped form the folk-rock supergroup Crosby Stills & Nash.

GALLERY: Notable Deaths in 2013

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash on "Déjà vu" (Video)
We are mourning the loss of musician David Crosby on Thursday at the age of 81. In this 2021 interview, Crosby and his fellow members of Crosby, Stills & Nash talked with Anthony Mason about their shared history and the creation of their classic album "Déjà Vu."  

       
COMMENTARY: Hey, Boss, David Sedaris wants to correct you | Watch Video
The humorist has noticed some irritating habits in the way people address one another.

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Actor Harrison Ford (right), with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz.  CBS News

SUNDAY PROFILE: Harrison Ford gets real | Watch Video
The 80-year-old isn't slowing down; in fact, he's been busier than ever, with two TV series (including the "Yellowstone" prequel "1923"), and a fifth Indiana Jones movie. Harrison Ford talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about playing "ordinary" people; fame and the loss of anonymity; and the attraction of returning to his home in Wyoming.

To watch a trailer for the Paramount+ series "1923" click on the video player below:

1923 | Official Trailer | Paramount+ by Paramount Plus on YouTube

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HARTMAN: 8th grader without legs makes basketball team (Video)
Thirteen-year-old Josiah Johnson, of Louisville, was born without legs, but he is not lacking in confidence. And when he tried out for the one sport where altitude is everything – the Moore Middle School basketball team – it turned out the long shot was pretty good at making long shots. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports.

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A closeup of "Raven Transformation Mask," cast and sand carved glass artwork by Preston Singletary. CBS News

ART: Glass artist Preston Singletary: Shattering expectations | Watch Video
Preston Singletary, a member of the Tlingit tribe of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, uses a very untraditional medium when fashioning indigenous art: glass. He talks with correspondent Lilia Luciano about his traveling exhibition, "Raven and the Box of Daylight" (now at the Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.), which tells a Native American folktale about the origins of the world entirely through glass.

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A scene from the freediving documentary "The Deepest Breath."  Netflix/Sundance Film Festival

MOVIES: Sundance Film Festival 2023 - Opening highlights
While the festival returns to in-person screenings in Park City, Utah, you can also attend virtually via online screenings of world premiere documentaries and narrative films. Here are some of the early highlights.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: David Crosby on harmony (and disharmony) (Video)
Singer, songwriter and guitarist David Crosby died on Thursday, January 19, 2023 at age 81. In this profile that originally aired on "CBS Sunday Morning" on January 20, 2008, Crosby talks with correspondent Rita Braver about joining The Byrds and then forming the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young), one of the most influential bands of the 1960s and '70s; overcoming his drug addiction; and becoming a father while also facing death. He is also joined by Graham Nash, who talks about the band's origins.

Here Comes The Sun: A rare, revealing interview with Peter Dinklage and a story about trash turned into treasure 22:23

"HERE COMES THE SUN": Peter Dinklage, and a story about trash turned into treasure (Video)
Leslie Stahl sits down for a rare interview with the fiercely private actor Peter Dinklage. We also have a story on how the ocean turns trash into treasure. 


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