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Last Updated Nov 27, 2016 6:23 AM EST

Host: Jane Pauley

Cuba prepares to mourn Fidel Castro (Video)
Cuba is mourning its revolutionary leader Fidel Castro. Flags are flying at half-mast, as the nation marks nine days of official mourning. Manuel Bojorquez reports from Havana, while in London, correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports on how the world is commemorating the death of a dictator, called both a hero and an executioner.

Fidel Castro: How he stood up to the U.S., and won | Watch Video
For more than half a century, the Cuban revolutionary and communist dictator played David to the U.S. Goliath. Martha Teichner reports on the life of the former Cuban leader, who died on Friday at age 90.

 Anders Celsius | Watch Video
November 27, 1701 was the birthday of the Swedish scientist who created the temperature scale that bears his name. Jane Pauley reports.

Castro, the good and the bad (Video)

 A collision of quilting and rock music
Faith Salie meets an artist for whom the craft and artistry of quilting collides with a heavy metal/punk rock sensibility.

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Casey Affleck’s time has come, again | Watch Video
So far, the star of the acclaimed “Manchester by the Sea” is fine with fame not quite catching up with him. Tracy Smith reports.

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 Florence Henderson (Video)
“Sunday Morning” looks back at the life and career of actress Florence Henderson, who died Thursday night at age 82. Henderson was best known as the beloved matriarch of TV’s “The Brady Bunch.” Jane Pauley reports.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Florence Henderson, America’s Mom (Video)
In this February 21, 2010 profile for “Sunday Morning,” the actress famed for playing the matriarch of TV’s “The Brady Bunch” talks with correspondent Sandra Hughes about growing up, her stage and television career, and why a lot of women “hated” her for her portrayal of Carol Brady. Florence Henderson died on Nov. 24, 2016, at age 82.

Tokyo’s station master | Watch Video
Although the Tokyo Olympics are almost four years off, the station master at the city’s landmark train station already seems to be running his own kind of marathon every day. Seth Doane has sent us a Postcard from Japan.

CULTURE: Joshua Seftel and “The Secret Life of Muslims” (Video)
More than three million Muslims live in the U.S., and in recent days, there has been a disturbing rise in hate crimes against them. Filmmaker Joshua Seftel, who as a child was taunted by other kids because he was Jewish, created a new documentary series, “The Secret Life of Muslims,” to explore the stories of Muslims in America.

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Lady Gaga on her “real success” | Watch Video
The theatrical pop diva’s latest, “Joanne,” is her fourth No 1 album, but as she tells our Lee Cowan, Lady Gaga measures success by those closest to her heart.

GALLERY: Lady Gaga performs

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HISTORY: Fidel Castro’s shadow will continue to loom large | Watch Video
Historian Douglas Brinkley on the legacy of the Cuban revolutionary and dictator. 

Yellowstone National Park (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning from Yellowstone National Park, where male elk are bugling for mates. Videographer: David Bhagat.


CALENDAR: Week of November 28 | Watch Video
From Cyber Monday to Giving Tuesday, “Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.    

MOVIES: Meet the magical cast of “Fantastic Beasts” (Video)
“CBS Sunday Morning” producer Sara Kugel talks to the cast of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and finds more magic behind the scenes of the new film based in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter universe.


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