This week on "Sunday Morning" (June 4)

TV comedy legends Norman Lear, Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke.

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Last Updated Jun 4, 2017 8:35 AM EDT

HOST: Jane Pauley

       
HEADLINES:
London attacks (Video)
Last night's terror attacks on and near London Bridge, in which seven people were killed, was the third attack in the U.K. in three months. British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the violence, saying, "It's time to say, enough is enough." Elizabeth Palmer and Charlie D'Agata have the latest.

         
COVER STORY:
  36 years and counting: AIDS in America | Watch Video
In 1981 an infectious disease researcher at the National institutes of Health started noticing reports that clusters of gay men were being diagnosed with infections that were highly unusual in younger people. It would take a few years before the medical community identified HIV which, left unchecked, can develop into the deadly syndrome known as AIDS.

Today, treatments and preventive measures have changed expectations about the disease -- and, in the eyes of some, caused undue casualness about prevention. Rita Braver reports.

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ALMANAC:
 The first shopping cart | Watch Video
On June 4, 1937, Sylvan Goldman rolled out a wheeled device for customers at an Oklahoma City supermarket. Jane Pauley reports.

FROM THE ARCHIVE: Charles Kuralt on shopping carts (Video)
Charles Kuralt went "On the Road" to Oklahoma City, where he met Sylvan Goldman, famed for having invented the ubiquitous grocery store shopping cart in 1937. Originally broadcast on CBS News' "Who's Who" on January 11, 1977.

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BOOKS:
 This week's New York Times bestsellers

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"School of Beauty, School of Culture" (2012) by Kerry James Marshall. Acrylic on unstretched canvas. 

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ART: Kerry James Marshall | Watch Video
Kerry James Marshall's trademark style has catapulted him into the stratosphere of the art world. A 35-year retrospective featuring 72 of his works is now at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. His figures aren't just black; they are jet black -- bold, proud, undeniably black. And while his work may deal with grief, injustice and loss, for the most part Marshall focuses on everyday life: picnics and street scenes, daily rituals, and quiet moments -- a window into a world rarely represented in fine art.

"We're used to hearing narratives of trauma, tragedy, disenfranchisement, pain, suffering," Marshall told correspondent Alex Wagner. "Few of the stories that normalize the everyday life of people who are not always experiencing trauma 24/7. And I think those things need to be represented as well as anything else that we read about in the newspaper or we see on the news."

GALLERY: The art of Kerry James Marshall

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Jayne Houdyshell and Laurie Metcalf in "A Doll's House, Part 2."

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ON BROADWAY: "A Doll's House, Part 2" | Watch Video
When last we left off with Nora Helmer in Henrik Ibsen's landmark 1879 drama, "A Doll's House," she had had an awakening -- and exited her marriage and family with the slam of a door. Now she's back, in the Tony-nominated "A Doll's House, Part 2."  Mo Rocca talks with playwright Lucas Hnath and the cast (including Laurie Metcalf, Chris Cooper and Jayne Houdyshell) about this continuation of the story of a woman awakened, and the mess she left behind in her journey toward self-discovery.

WEB EXTRA: Laurie Metcalf on "A Doll's House, Part 2" (Video)
Mo Rocca talks with the Tony Award-nominated star and director of "A Doll's House, Part 2" - Laurie Metcalf and Sam Gold - about her performance in the sequel to the Henrik Ibsen classic.

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THIS AND THAT:
 Legal cookies and more (Video)
"Sunday Morning" follows up on recent stories and viewer mail - from a recent court decision about a Wisconsin law that prevented home bakers from selling homemade cookies, to reaction to our recent "Almanac" on author Ian Fleming. Jane Pauley reports.

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SPORTS:
 The Race to Alaska | Watch Video
Luke Burbank checks out a celebrated 750-mile race featuring human-powered sailing vessels.

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HARTMAN:
 A 99-year-old usher (Video)
Phil Coyne may be a bigger celebrity than anybody on the field at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The 99-year-usher has been working Pirates games since he was a kid, and is not about to stop any time soon, as Steve Hartman reports.

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Norman Lear, Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke - who will make correspondent Tracy Smith laugh more?

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COMEDY: Golden Boys | Watch Video
Comedy titans Norman Lear, Carl Reiner and Dick Van Dyke are a collective 280 years old, earning them starring roles in the new HBO documentary, "If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast." Tracy Smith reports.

WEB EXTRA: Norman Lear on casting Archie Bunker (Video)
In this web exclusive, legendary TV producer Norman Lear tells Tracy Smith about what happened when, during his search for an actor to star in his classic sitcom "All in the Family," he came up with the idea of Mickey Rooney.

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COMMENTARY:
 Too many exclamation points!!! | Watch Video!!!
"Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie says the escalation in exclamation needs to be taken down a notch. Period.  

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Musician Roger Waters performs in Indio, Calif., in this October 2016 file photo.

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MUSIC: Roger Waters: Still tearing down walls | Watch Video
The former member of the rock group Pink Floyd kicked off his latest solo tour this week. The "Us + Them Tour" is as spectacular and technically challenging as his previous concerts -- and it may be the 73-year-old musician's last lap.

Roger Waters talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about his history with Pink Floyd, going solo, and the value of protest music.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: "Another Brick in the Wall"
Performed at the start of Waters' "Us + Them Tour" in Kansas City, May 26.  

To hear "Déjà vu," from Waters' new album, "Is This the Life We Really Want?," click on the video player below.

Roger Waters - Déjà Vu (Audio) by rogerwatersVEVO on YouTube

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NATURE: Mount Rainier (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning among the vistas of Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State. Videographer: Jamie McDonald.

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CALENDAR:
 Week of June 5 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.      

        
NATURE UP CLOSE:
 Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument

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