This week on “Sunday Morning” (January 10)


Host: Jane Pauley

COVER STORY: A week for the history books
Correspondent Lee Cowan puts the past week’s tumultuous events in Washington, D.C., including the violent storming of the U.S. Capitol Building, into perspective. 

WASHINGTON: Inside the Capitol
As a symbol and an institution, the United States Capitol Building is more than just the seat of our government. Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the history of one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, from its design and construction, to the backdrop it has provided for our democracy.

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OPINION: Charles Blow
New York Times columnist Charles Blow shares his thoughts on voting rights and justice in America.

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PUBLISHING: By the book: Lessons from Scholastic
Scholastic, the largest publisher of children’s books and magazines in the world, is now celebrating its 100th anniversary. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with Chairman, President and CEO Dick Robinson, who at 83 is only the second person to have headed the company that has offered generations of students a kid’s-eye view of history and culture.

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HISTORY: The tradition of presidential transitions
Once the electorate has voted them out, what have politicians accomplished as they linger in office? And how was the term “lame duck” coined? Correspondent Mo Rocca looks at America’s time-honored practice of handing over the reins of presidential power.


Congress Holds Joint Session To Ratify 2020 Presidential Election
Supporters of President Trump occupy the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021, disrupting a joint session of Congress to ratify President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. One woman breaking through a barricaded door was shot and killed.

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DEMOCRACY: The Trump administration’s end, as seen by the world
Observers abroad who have watched the chaos unfold in Washington this week share some surprising perspectives with correspondent Seth Doane about what it means for democracy.

CORONAVIRUS: Josh Seftel and his mother, on hold
Contributor Josh Seftel – whose conversations with his mother, Pat, have been featured on “Sunday Morning” from time to time – spends a virtual afternoon with his mom as she tries to sign up for a COVID vaccination.

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Legendary television producer Norman Lear. 

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TELEVISION: What makes Norman Lear, at 98, still tick? 
In January 1971 “All in the Family” premiered on CBS. Fifty years later, the co-creator of that classic situation comedy, Norman Lear, explains the importance of laughter in keeping him going strong at the age of 98. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook (Lear’s son-in-law) recently spent time with Lear, making a home movie like no other, in which the legendary producer reveals what makes him tick.

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DESIGN: Shifting urban landscapes: Redesigning more “people-friendly” cities
From expanded bike lanes to more pedestrian spaces, cities are being redesigned to reduce car traffic. But one casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic is public trust in mass transportation. Correspondent Roxane Saberi looks at how London and other cities around the world are rethinking urban planning.

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