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Country music stars' boots, part of the memorabilia collected by Marty Stuart. 

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Last Updated Jan 19, 2019 3:17 PM EST

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COVER STORY: Homelessness on campus
For tens of thousands of college students in America, the toughest test they face is the lack of housing, or even food. Lee Cowan reports on the trials faced by many students – young future lawyers, doctors and teachers – who are trying to succeed without a proper place to sleep, and about the efforts of homeless shelters and food banks to help.

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 The English Channel Tunnel
On January 20, 1986, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and French President Francois Mitterand broke new ground on the long-dreamed-of "Chunnel." Jane Pauley reports. 

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Glenstone, in Potomac, Md., is an extraordinary blend of modern and contemporary art, architecture and nature. CBS News

ART: Glenstone: Blending art, nature and contemplation
Mitch and Emily Rales built Glenstone to share their extraordinary collection of modern and contemporary art. But they wanted to make this a different kind of museum – a blend of art, architecture and nature. Twenty miles from Washington, in Potomac, Md., is a different kind of museum on a 230-acre estate – a blend of art, architecture and nature. Rita Braver tours Glenstone, a quiet place of contemplation that features some 1,300 works by such legends as Louise Bourgeois, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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Country star Marty Stuart shows correspondent Mark Strassmann a few of the 20,000 pieces of country music memorabilia he has collected. CBS News

MUSIC: Holy relics of country music
On stage, Marty Stuart always sparkles, from the rhinestones of his cowboy clothes to his virtuosity on the guitar and mandolin. But the country star also has a side gig, as the keeper of Nashville's memories. Stuart has built one of the world's largest private collections of country music memorabilia – 20,000 pieces in all, relics of such artists as Hank Williams, Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash. Mark Strassmann reports.

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There are currently more than 630,00 different podcasts available, on every conceivable topic. CBS News

AUDIO: The Golden Age of podcasts
David Pogue explores the world of audio podcasts, which have exploded in popularity, running the gamut from news and true crime to comedy and knitting. Pogue talks with Alex Blumberg and Matt Lieber, cofounders of podcast production house Gimlet Media; Michael Barbaro, host of The New York Times' podcast "The Daily"; and Ken and Martha Wiseman, retired teachers who record their podcast, "The RV Navigator," in their motor home.

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AUDIO: "Mobituaries"
Mo Rocca talks about his new podcast series of obituaries about the famous and not-so-famous, which debuted this week with the story of comedian and JFK impersonator Vaughn Meader, whose career died with the president.

To listen to the first episode of "Mobituaries" click here

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Carol Channing holds a sold-out advertisement poster of "Hello, Dolly!," June 11, 1967 in Houston. Ed Kolenovsky/AP

REMEMBRANCE: Carol Channing
Martha Teichner looks back at the life of entertainer Carol Channing, the ageless and effervescent star of "Hello Dolly!," who died this past week at 97.


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"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead.




COVER STORY: Travels with the "Green Book" | Watch Video
Racism was a chilling fact of life that, in 1936, inspired "The Negro Motorist Green Book," a guide to businesses that welcomed African American travelers who faced being turned away or threatened in the era of segregation. Martha Teichner talks with cultural historian Candacy Taylor about the importance of this guide to safe travels in the Jim Crow South.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: "Green Book": Traveling while black
Alice Clay Broadwater, who was a teacher traveling between Boston and the South with her family during the Jim Crow era, and her son, Douglas Broadwater, talk with Martha Teichner about their experiences relying on the "Green Book" guide for African American travelers, even after segregation was legally ended by the Civil Rights Act.

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 Wyatt Earp | Watch Video
The legend of the Wild West lawman, who died in Los Angeles at age 80, has only grown over the years. Jane Pauley reports.

Stella Parks' Key Lime Pie. CBS News

FOOD: Pie fight: Debating the origins of the Key Lime Pie | Watch Video
Like everything in the Florida Keys, Key Lime Pie goes down easy. But there's something a little harder for locals to swallow: a new cookbook says this beloved dessert doesn't hail from Florida. Nancy Giles talks with pastry chef Stella Parks (whose book, "Bravetart," claims that the dessert originated in New York City), and with Key West locals (who offer their own tart opinions on the beloved dish's birthplace).

RECIPE: Aunt Sally's Original Key Lime Pie, from the Curry Mansion Inn

RECIPE: Stella Parks' Magic Key Lime Pie

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Damien Hirst examines a work at his studio. CBS News

ART:  Damien Hirst wants to make art you can't ignore | Watch Video
After three decades creating one outlandish artwork after another, Damien Hirst is no longer a young man, but the rebellious artist who once revelled in creating outrageous pieces of art has somehow found a kind of beauty in that, too. Tracy Smith reports.

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Pointe aux Canons Lighthouse on Saint Pierre Island. CBS News

ISLAND-HOPPING: An authentic taste of France on the western shores of the Atlantic | Watch Video
They may appear on the map to be a part of Canada. But for more than a century, the tiny islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon, located off Newfoundland, passed back and forth between French and British control until, finally, the islands became permanently French. Conor Knighton visits the islands that were originally made wealthy by cod fishing (and later profited off of American Prohibition), and which today are experiencing a tourism boom among Americans seeking an authentic taste of France on the western shores of the Atlantic.

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 How a hunch saved a hiker's life (Video)
Nancy Abell admits her maternal instinct may be a little overactive. But when a young woman she met from Germany, Katharina Groene, told her she was hiking alone along the Pacific Crest Trail in Washington State, she had a hunch that Groene would need help, and called 911. And her hunch proved right. Steve Hartman reports. 

As the Broadway musical that celebrates the singer-songwriter's gifts marks its fifth anniversary, Carole King surprised the audience Saturday evening by taking the stage to play herself. CBS News

MUSIC: Carole King and her "Beautiful" life | Watch Video
"Beautiful: The Carole King Musical" celebrates its fifth anniversary on Broadway this week. Gayle King sits down with Carole King on the set of the hit show to discover if the legendary singer-songwriter's life is still "beautiful."

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Carole King's reaction to her "Beautiful" appearance
On Saturday, the fifth anniversary of the Broadway show "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," the singer-songwriter herself surprised the audience by stepping onto the stage towards the end of Act 2 to perform as herself. CBS News' Gayle King was backstage.

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Luke Burbank's yellow Lab, Rudy, who can win conflicts by using a gambit called "that adorable face."  Luke Burbank

OPINION: My dog Rudy | Watch Video
In honor of former President George H.W. Bush's service dog, Sully, who recently became a surprise social media star, "Sunday Morning" contributor Luke Burbank introduces us to another yellow Lab, five-year-old Rudy.

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Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan with correspondent Tony Dokoupil. CBS News

MOVIES: "Glass" director M. Night Shyamalan comes full circle | Watch Video
"Glass," the latest psychological thriller from the director of "The Sixth Sense," features characters from his previous films "Unbreakable" and "Split," in the conclusion of an unexpected trilogy. Tony Dokoupil talks with M. Night Shyamalan, who is at peace with the plot twists of his own life. 

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Director M. Night Shyamalan's advice to his younger self
The filmmaker behind such psychological thrillers as "The Sixth Sense" and "Glass" talks with correspondent Tony Dokoupil about his reputation for suspense and plot twists.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Director M. Night Shyamalan on getting accepted into NYU film school
The Oscar-nominated director M. Night Shyalaman talks with Tony Dokoupil about the reaction of his Indian immigrant parents when he decided to study filmmaking.

To watch a trailer for "Glass" click on the video player below:

Glass - Official Trailer [HD] by Universal Pictures on YouTube

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 Government shutdown | Watch Video
Jane Pauley looks at the costs of President Trump's ongoing partial closure of federal agencies.

CALENDAR: Week of January 14 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

 Colorado Rockies | Watch Extended Video
"Sunday Morning" checks out a winter's scene in the American West, with footage by videographer Scot Miller.


Videographer Carl Mrozek on the deer population whose rare genetic variation has created a way into human hearts and myths. Carl Mrozek




COVER STORY: Nancy Pelosi: "We have a problem" if Trump doesn't care about governance | Watch Video
Jane Pauley interviews the new House Speaker, who will discuss the role she sees for a Democratically-led House in a split Congress, functioning opposite a president who has until now faced little Congressional oversight. 

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 The Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding scandal | Watch Video
On January 6, 1994, the Olympic hopeful was clubbed on the leg by a shadowy figure, throwing the genteel sport of figure skating into the tabloid spotlight. Jane Pauley reports. 

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A view of the exhibition "King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh," at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. CBS News

ART: The treasures of King Tut, on tour for the last time | Watch Video
At the California Science Center in Los Angeles, young and old alike are coming to marvel at the very, very old: the treasures of King Tutankhamun, more than 3,000 years old, and still gleaming. John Blackstone reports on the exhibit, which features many Tut artifacts that have never previously been displayed outside of Egypt – and which will never again be allowed outside the country.

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Willem Dafoe as the artist Vincent van Gogh in Julian Schnabel's "At Eternity's Gate." CBS Films

MOVIES: "At Eternity's Gate": Recreating Van Gogh's vision on screen | Watch Video
Serena Altschul talks with Golden Globe-nominated actor Willem Dafoe and director Julian Schnabel about their film, "At Eternity's Gate," which offers a new perspective on the almost-mythical artist, focusing on the strokes from his brush rather than his madness.

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 An open secret: Open office plans are the worst | Watch Video
Contributor Faith Salie has some words (and they're not good) about many companies' propensity to house all their employees in a giant room of cubicles. 

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The flight path of Singapore Airlines' New York-to-Singapore nonstop flight. At 19 hours, it's the longest commercial flight in the world.  CBS News

TRAVEL: Are you up for the longest flight in the world? | Watch Video
Using a specially-designed Airbus A350, Singapore Airlines recently launched the longest commercial flight in the world – a 19-hour-long nonstop from New York City to Singapore that connects the two financial capitals on opposite sides of the globe. Kris Van Cleave was on board along with some hardy business travelers to experience an aviation endurance test.

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 Homeless no more (Video)
Elmer Alvarez was homeless in New Haven, Conn., when one day he came across a $10,000 check that had been lost. The first thing he thought of was to find the person who dropped it, and that's how he met real estate broker Roberta Hoskie. Their meeting would begin a partnership that will give hope to others – like them – who have experienced the difficulties of homelessness. Steve Hartman reports. 

Actor Michael Caine, with correspondent Mark Phillips, in London. CBS News

BOOKS: Michael Caine: Not the retiring type | Watch Video
At 85, actor Michael Caine has had a long and charmed showbiz career, one he's recounted in his latest memoir, titled "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off, and Other Lessons in Life." Caine talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about refusing to make an acquaintance with retirement. 

READ A BOOK EXCERPT: Michael Caine's "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off"
In his new memoir the actor discusses life lessons, including how to "use the difficulty" when facing obstacles.

GALLERY: Michael Caine

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 Daryl Dragon and Bob Einstein | Watch Video
This week saw the passing of a member of the '70s pop duo The Captain and Tennille, and the comic actor from "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Jane Pauley reports.

Long-distance runner Simon Wheatcroft has been blind since age 27.  CBS News

ENDURANCE: Running blind | Watch Video
Like many athletes, Simon Wheatcroft loves chasing that runner's high, training on a path near his home in the English village of Doncaster. And he never let the fact that he has a rare condition that left him completely blind by age 27 slow him down. Wheatcroft has run marathons in New York and Boston while testing new technologies that, he hopes, will one day help the quarter-billion visually-impaired people around the world to walk, hike and, yes, run without the help of a guide. Lee Cowan reports. 

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 Sperm whales | Watch Extended Video
"Sunday Morning" takes us today to the coast of São Miguel Island in the Azores, among the company of sperm whales. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.


 Week of January 7 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. 

A keel-billed toucan in the Costa Rican rain forest. Judy Lehmberg

NATURE UP CLOSE: Birds, snakes and bats of Costa Rica (with video)
A magnified view of the country's plentiful, colorful and creepy wildlife from videographer Judy Lehmberg.

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