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During millions of years of evolution, birds have developed many adaptations for flight, including in the avian eye (with video)
Nearly half of Americans say they sometimes or always feel alone, which can have health consequences: doctors say loneliness can lead to increased mortality equal to smoking 15 cigarettes a day
Jane Pauley turns back the calendar to January 28, 1979, the very beginning of "Sunday Morning," and looks at how over the last four decades the broadcast has stayed true to Charles Kuralt's vision – traveling the back roads, taking our audience places and showing them things they wouldn't see anywhere else on television, to make sure "gentler subjects" get their due.
Check out some of the classic "Sunday Morning" stories featured in today's 40-year anniversary show
For decades the guide offered safe havens to African American travelers who faced being turned away or threatened in the era of segregation
On Christmas Eve 1968, the first humans to circle the Moon sent back the first image of a beautiful, fragile Earth, home to us all
In its Madrid workshop, Factum Arte uses scans of archaeological masterpieces to create exacting facsimiles that have both the look and feel of the originals
She's been been modeling since the age of 15, but today, at age 70, Musk is more in-demand than ever
On Islington Road in Newton, Mass., lives two-year-old Samantha Savitz, who is deaf, but boy, does she love to talk to anyone who knows sign language. And if someone doesn't, that makes Sam just a little sad. Which led her neighbors to undertake what can only be described as a most generous community project: hiring an instructor, and fully immersing themselves in an American Sign Language class
The filmmaker has earned his first Oscar nomination for Best Director for the amazing true story of a black undercover officer who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan
Honored for her charity work, the poor girl from the Great Smoky Mountains who became the glitzy queen of country glamour has always known what really matters
His acting improvisational, his style unpredictable, the actor has made an art of being offbeat, and is this week releasing his first jazz album with the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra
The composer-conductor was a superstar of the concert hall, the Broadway stage and television; a new touring exhibition examines the multi-talented music legend
The "Cry Pretty" singer says, after a year of despair, her personal agony led to a remarkable moment after she "told God how I felt"
As the Broadway musical that celebrates the singer-songwriter's gifts marks its fifth anniversary, she surprised the audience by taking the stage to play herself
The eyes and ears of millions of children are in good hands with the puppeteers of the TV show that will soon mark 50 years of teaching kids about the alphabet, numbers, and love