​This week on "Sunday Morning": Mother's Day (May 14)

An undated photo of Faith Salie and her mom, Gail.

Faith Salie

Last Updated May 14, 2017 7:43 AM EDT

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Aftermath: A family's recovery | Watch Video
"The last thing I remember before the blast was my mom laughing," said Kiyanni. That blast was a suitcase bomb in Brussels Airport last year, just as Air Force Lt. Col. Kato Martinez, his wife and children were checking in for a trip to Disney World in Florida. The explosion killed Martinez's wife, Gail, and seriously injured two of their children.

Now they are recovering their wounds, though only some of the scars are visible. David Martin met with the Martinez family at their home outside of San Antonio to take the measure of how a communications officer who worked with Special Operations Forces in Afghanistan adjusts to becoming a single parent, and how they have found strength together.

The dishwasher | Watch Video
On May 14, 1850, Joel Houghton received a patent for a hand-cranked device that promised to simplify washing dishes. Jane Pauley reports.

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Scrapbooking: Opening a page on the past | Watch Video
For avid scrapbookers, creating books means passing down memories to their children -- a record of their lives. Correspondent Jennifer Mayerle reports on a handcrafted tradition that has preserved history for families and communities for generations.

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Singer Johnny Mathis. CBS News

MUSIC: Johnny Mathis: Wonderful! Wonderful! | Watch Video
Chances are, if you're Johnny Mathis, you've been revealing your feelings for a long time -- since 1957, when he recorded his first #1 hit. The legendary singer, who has a new album of the "Great New American Songbook," produced by Babyface, talks with a misty Nancy Giles about his wonderful, wonderful six-decade career.

GALLERY: Portraits of Johnny Mathis

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Johnny Mathis on coming out
The legendary singer talks about his controversial 1982 magazine interview in which he stated that homosexuality was "a way of life that I've grown accustomed to." He tells Nancy Giles why he wasn't concerned about the potential impact on his career, despite receiving death threats. "It bothered me that it bothered people!" he laughed.

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COMMENTARY: Jim Gaffigan: Grateful on Mother's Day | Watch Video
After his wife survives a health scare, the comedian offers the mother of his children extra love -- and reconsiders his place in the spousal argument universe.

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Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone in the Broadway musical "War Paint." CBS News

ON BROADWAY: "War Paint," the ugly fight over the business of beauty | Watch Video
"War Paint," the new Broadway musical about cosmetic doyennes Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, earned four Tony nominations, including for its stars, Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone. Richard Schlesinger interviews the actresses, along with author Lindy Woodhead, in a behind-the-scenes story of the competitive beauty magnates.

PREVIEW VIDEO: Tony-nominated "War Paint"

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Christine Ebersole, Patti LuPone on "War Paint" inspirations
The Tony-nominated stars of the Broadway musical "War Paint," Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone, talk with correspondent Richard Schlesinger about their real-life characters, cosmetic icons Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, and about the high theatrics of the business magnates' lives.

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 A cryptic phone message from Mom (Video)
In what he calls the strangest story of his career, correspondent Steve Hartman meets up with an old colleague, veteran investigative reporter Brad Brown, who had a bizarre tale to tell, involving Brown's mother, Janet, and the apparent message that showed up on his iPhone three days after she died.

Goldie Hawn with correspondent Lee Cowan. CBS News

SUNDAY PROFILE:  Comedic star Goldie Hawn, in all seriousness | Watch Video
The actress who built a career playing a ditzy blonde is now all about kid's brains. Goldie Hawn spent years working with psychologists to create MindUP, a 15-lesson plan to help kids be more mindful, to calm the stressors of modern-day youth. It's currently being practiced by about two million students in nine countries.

Lee Cowan catches up with the actress, who is now back on screen for the first time in 15 years, playing the mother of Amy Schumer in the comedy, "Snatched."

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Howie and Laurel embrace in the bedroom of their home in Chappaqua, N.Y., as they face the daily struggles of illness in their own lives while also caring for each other. From "The Family Imprint." Nancy Borowick

PHOTOGRAPHY: Nancy Borowick's portrait of a family | Watch Video
What began as a way to be closer with her parents and to cope with their illness, grew into something bigger. For two years, as Howie and Laurel Borowick fought stage IV cancer, side by side, Nancy Borowick documented their close bond. Anthony Mason talks with the photographer, whose new book, "The Family Imprint," chronicles her parents' lives and deaths.

GALLERY: Cancer family: Joined in illness

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Faith Salie on Mother's Day without a mother | Watch Video
The "Sunday Morning" contributor on the lessons of motherhood that can be learned only after having become a mom herself.

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 Maternity leave (Video)
Jane Pauley presents a Mother's Day look at the data on maternity leave, including how the United States stacks up to other developed countries with regards to guaranteed paid maternity leave for new mothers. 

 Horses (Video)
We leave you this Mother's Day morning at Arizona's Music Mountains, where mares and their foals run free. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.



CALENDAR: Week of May 15 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.  

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 David Edelstein on "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" and May's "must-sees" | Watch Video
The "Sunday Morning" film critic reviews the newest addition to the Marvel Comics Universe, and a few gems in theaters and on streaming services this month.

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