With an unprecedented demand for absentee ballots, election officials say voting by mail has been proven to be safe and secure; the real concern is that some states are not prepared for the increase - and the Postal Service may not be able to keep up
September 11 has recently been recognized as a National Day of Service. In this video recorded for "Sunday Morning" viewers, cast members from the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Come From Away," which tells of how the people of Newfoundland aided thousands of international travelers grounded on 9/11, talk about this year's virtual "9/11 Day at Home" events, to "pay it forward" to those who are struggling, and join in performing music from the show. For more info visit 911day.org
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