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Jane Pauley hosts “The Money Issue,” our annual particular broadcast devoted to the various methods by which cash underscores the way in which we dwell.

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The animated quick “Steamboat Willie,” directed by Walt Disney and Up Iwerks, premiered in 1928, and is now within the public area, as is the unique model of its star, Mickey Mouse. 

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COVER STORY: Public area, the place there may be life after copyright
Expiration dates on mental property had been written into our Constitution, “to advertise the progress of science and helpful arts.” And yearly, increasingly more books, music and movies enter the general public area and assist to encourage new inventive concepts. Correspondent Lee Cowan seems at how some works that fall into public area (like F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, and Walt Disney’s authentic Mickey Mouse) are being revived in new varieties.

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The design for Waterford’s bestselling Lismore sample.

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GLASSWARE: The historical past of Waterford Crystal
Founded in 1783 in Ireland’s oldest metropolis, Waterford Crystal has produced glassware whose superiority is crystal clear. Correspondent Conor Knighton explores the historical past of the corporate whose eye-catching crystal is famend all over the world.

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MONEY: Cryptocurrency is making plenty of noise, actually
The peace and quiet of rural Bono, Arkansas, has been shattered by a loud and relentless mechanical buzzing sound created by a bitcoin mine. What precisely is a “bitcoin mine,” and the way does it work? Who owns them? And what can the residents of Bono do about them? Correspondent David Pogue investigates this very loud downside.

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Medium Tyler Henry, with correspondent Tracy Smith. 

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TV: Psychic Tyler Henry, Hollywood’s greatest medium
At the age of 28, Tyler Henry has grow to be one of many best-known psychics anyplace, with a TV present, a highway present and, he says, a 600,000-plus ready record of people that need him to assist them join with their departed family members. Correspondent Tracy Smith sits down with Henry to debate how he first acknowledged his potential on the age of 10; why he welcomes skepticism; and the way he believes his expertise helps folks take care of grief.

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New Balance has manufactured its 990s at its Lawrence, Mass., manufacturing unit since 1982. 

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APPAREL: Sneaker Nation
Kelefa Sanneh reviews.

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GOVERNMENT: FTC chair Lina Khan on enjoying “anti-monopoly”
For company America, Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan has emerged as a hard-charging cop on the monopoly beat. As a watchdog and warden of competitors in enterprise, the company tries to guard customers from the outsized energy of firms. CBS News chief election and marketing campaign correspondent Robert Costa talks with Khan about going after Big Tech, Big Pharma, and the largest on-line retailer of all of them, Amazon. 

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ENVIRONMENT: Critics name out plastics trade over “fraud of plastic recycling”
About 48 million tons of plastic waste is generated within the United States every year, however solely 5 to six p.c of it’s truly recycled. A brand new report from the Center for Climate Integrity, “The Fraud of Plastic Recycling,” accuses the plastics trade of a decades-long marketing campaign to “mislead” the general public in regards to the viability of recycling. Correspondent Ben Tracy talks with the report’s co-author, Davis Allen, and with Jan Dell, a former chemical engineer, about an inconvenient fact surrounding the lifecycle of plastic. 

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Correspondent Mo Rocca with comic Jerry Seinfeld, and a number of the stars of Seinfeld’s new film: Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts. 

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MOVIES: Jerry Seinfeld on “Unfrosted,” the made-up origin story of Pop-Tarts
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has stepped into the director’s footwear for his new movie “Unfrosted,” the not-quite-true story of the creation of the Kellogg’s Pop-Tart. Correspondent Mo Rocca talks with Seinfeld about working behind the digicam for the primary time, and calling on a bunch of his comic pals (together with “Sunday Morning” contributor Jim Gaffigan) to behave in his origin story of a breakfast staple. 

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U.S.: Houston homeless
Martha Teichner reviews. 

      
COMMENTARY: The buzz over annoying company buzz-words
Faith Salie shares a disruptive motion merchandise for buzz-word customers to on-board (that’s, in the event you do not wish to be layered out of a job).

     
WORLD: Colombia’s blooming bounty of flowers
The optimum soil and local weather of Colombia’s flower-growing areas have made that South American nation the world’s “flower basket.” In truth, 75% of minimize flowers imported into the United States are from Colombia. Correspondent Lilia Luciano visits a household farm excessive atop the mountains exterior of Medellin, the place 4 generations have been working the fields; and attends the annual Festival of the Flowers (Feria de las Flores) to rejoice the sweetness and bounty of their blooms.

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FROM THE ARCHIVES: Impressionism at 150 (YouTube Video)
On April 15, 1874 – 150 years in the past – the primary Impressionist exhibition opened in Paris. Watch these fascinating “Sunday Morning” portraits of the progressive painters who created a brand new language of artwork, together with: Édouard Manet, whose seaside trip prompted the beginning of Impressionism (2004); Vincent Van Gogh (1998); Claude Monet (1995); Camille Pissarro (1995); Edgar Degas (1988); Mary Cassatt (1998); Paul Cézanne (2006); Georges Seurat (1991); Gustave Caillebotte (1995); the Brooklyn Museum of Art exhibition “Impressionists In Winter: Effets de Neige” (1999); Pierre-Auguste Renoir (2010); late-period Degas (1996); and Childe Hassam (2004). Also, director Julian Schnabel and actor Willem Dafoe discuss reimagining Vincent Van Gogh’s life within the movie “At Eternity’s Gate” (2019).   


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EXTENDED INTERVIEW: Michael Douglas (YouTube Video)
Michael Douglas received an Academy Award as a producer for the movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” and as an actor for his efficiency in “Wall Street.” In this prolonged interview, correspondent Mo Rocca sat down with Douglas on the actor’s alma mater, University of California, Santa Barbara, to speak about his early experiences on stage; his new Apple TV+ miniseries, “Franklin,” by which he performs founding father Benjamin Franklin; working with Karl Malden on the Nineteen Seventies TV collection “The Streets of San Francisco”; and the way he courted his spouse, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones. 


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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Kevin James and Mark Rothko (Video)
Comedian and actor Kevin James sits down with Jim Axelrod to debate his Amazon Prime particular “Kevin James: Irregardless,” and the journey he has taken all through his profession. Then, Robert Costa visits the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., to view an exhibit on artist Mark Rothko’s work. 

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2024
A glance again on the esteemed personalities who left us this 12 months, who’d touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.
     


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