​This week on "Sunday Morning" (Nov. 13)


Sir Elton John and correspondent Anthony Mason with Man Ray’s 1932 photo “Glass Tears (Les Larmes), part of Sir Elton’s renowned photography collection.

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Last Updated Nov 12, 2016 10:59 AM EST

Host: Jane Pauley

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Trump supporters wave signs as they wait for a rally featuring the Republican candidate in Charleston, W.Va., May 5, 2016. Steve Helber/AP

COVER STORY: The view of voters in West Virginia coal country | Watch Video
Ted Koppel talks with Donald Trump supporters in West Virginia, a state where 69 percent of voters supported the Republican nominee, to hear what they hope will come out of the Trump presidency. 

The mechanical cow milking machine | Watch Video
On November 13, 1930, a N.J. dairy farm introduced the Rotolactor, a rotating mechanical cow milker. Jane Pauley reports.

Restoring a World War II aviation gem | Watch Video
Lee Cowan shows us a B-29 bomber rescued from the boneyard, and the people who helped launch it back into the skies.

 Sir Elton John’s album | Watch Video
Elton John began collecting photographs when he got sober 25 years ago. Today his collection numbers nearly 8,000, and is considered one of the most important in the world. 

Anthony Mason talks with Sir Elton about his love of photography, and his collection that went on exhibit this week at the Tate Modern in London.

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Bobby Flay explores the world of Greek diners. CBS News

Greek diners run in their blood | Watch Video
Contributor Bobby Flay looks at the Greek diner -- multi-generational joints with lots of character, and lots of items on the menu!  Flay visits the Broad Street Diner in Keyport, N.J. (recently named the #1 diner in New Jersey), and the Bel Aire Diner in Astoria, Queens (named the best diner in New York City) to find out why diners are a Greek family tradition (And how do they offer all of that food?)

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 Wedding gift (Video)
Brandon and Kathy Gunn, of Northville, Mich., have been married nine years now, and yet they just recently opened their last wedding present. The present has a lesson for all us. Steve Hartman reports.

Warren Beatty with correspondent Mo Rocca on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. CBS News

Warren Beatty: Living legend | Watch Video
Warren Beatty has been a leading man for more than half a century, but as he tells correspondent Mo Rocca, he’s far from finished. Beatty talks about his stellar career and his latest film, “Rules Don’t Apply.”

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In memoriam (Video)

Trevor Noah: Finding humor in the darkest of times | Watch Video
Growing up under South Africa’s apartheid system, the host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” sees a painful past as a story of triumph. Michelle Miller reports.

BOOK EXCERPT: Read a selection from Trevor Noah’s memoir, “Born a Crime”

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The Good Cemeterian | Watch Video
Andrew Lumish, of Tampa, Fla., devotes his energies to scrubbing the grime and moss from veterans’ gravestones, to reveal the names and lives of the departed. Anna Werner reports.

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Election 2016 by the numbers (Video)
Jane Pauley breaks down this week’s presidential election.

NATURE: Great Smoky Mountains (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning among the autumn colors of the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina. Videographer: Charles Schultz.


IN MEMORIAM: Bill Flanagan on Leonard Cohen (Video)
Leonard Cohen, one of the greatest songwriters of our time, has passed away at the age of 82. “Sunday Morning” contributor Bill Flanagan reflects on his career and his haunting music.

Nancy Giles: Time to get to work
Nearly 100 million people did not bother to vote, making that “more perfect union” a more distant prospect.

 Mount Rushmore National Park

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