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05/22/2015 02:21:17pm
A replica of the 18th century French warship Hermione, which carried the Marquis de Lafayette to aid Gen. Washington, has now set sail for the U.S.
05/23/2015 02:23:31pm
Police say famed Princeton mathematician and his wife of 60 years were killed in a taxi crash on the New Jersey Turnpike
05/24/2015 02:54:45pm
We leave you this morning in Glacier National Park in Montana, by the rushing waters of Avalanche Gorge.
05/24/2015 02:55:22pm
From Memorial Day on Monday to the final round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
05/24/2015 02:50:29pm
Incident in city's Central City neighborhood still under investigation; officer worked for the Housing Authority of New Orleans
05/24/2015 02:20:03pm
Michael Swaine has a 15-year mission to mend the Tenderloin district in downtown San Francisco. Once a month, this college art teacher sets up a sewing machine on the sidewalk and, stitch by stitch, repairs the fabric of his community, all for free. Steve Hartman reports.
05/24/2015 02:16:30pm
The action film star loves riding motorcycles so much he co-founded Arch Motorcycle Company, which designs and custom-builds high-end models. Tracy Smith reports on Keanu Reeves' road to success, and how he's enjoying the ride.
05/24/2015 02:02:28pm
Protesters say many of the 170 arrested over deadly shootout were just in the wrong place at the wrong time; biker "Bear" Kirschner Jr. buried
05/24/2015 01:52:12pm
The Cape Cod vacation spot attracts thousands every summer, and is a longtime haven for novelists, playwrights, artists and eccentrics. Mo Rocca guides us through "P-town."
05/24/2015 01:48:30pm
Many veterans in trouble with the law say what they want most is a fighting chance to make things right. Mark Strassmann reports that in some cases, they're finding that chance in a special kind of courtroom.
05/24/2015 01:36:28pm
On May 24th, 1686, European physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, who used purified mercury to create the first modern thermometer, was born. Charles Osgood reports.
05/24/2015 01:36:55pm
Mo Rocca visits the eccentric Cape Cod community which for years has drawn artists and writers with its beautiful desolation and ever-changing light
05/22/2015 01:41:29pm
Heavy rains lead to numerous rescues; Okla. music festival evacuated; Texas communities near Blanco River urged to clear out
05/24/2015 01:09:06pm
For Staff Sgt. Tommy Rieman, a certified American hero, his toughest battle was to win his life back
05/22/2015 06:53:41pm
Last-minute replacement for suspended star Jones redeems himself with dominating performance; Chris Weidman also beats Vitor Belfort
05/24/2015 11:50:14am
Protests and arrests follow white patrolman's acquittal for killing of two unarmed black men; another case's outcome could stir unrest all over again
05/24/2015 11:10:21am
"48 Hours" Presents: Tried a third time for killing his estranged wife, a wealthy businessman vows he's innocent. Will a jury finally believe him?
05/24/2015 02:34:27am
On this Memorial Day weekend, a few veterans of "the greatest generation" are getting a high-flying thanks for their service. Mark Albert reports.
05/24/2015 01:20:29am
Ireland is the first country in the world to pass a constitutional referendum allowing same-sex marriage. As Charlie D'Agata reports, homosexuality was illegal there just 23 years ago.
05/24/2015 01:10:29am
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