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Nature: Mauna Loa volcano
We leave you this morning with Nature's great spectacle at the Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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A love story's happy ending
Fifty years ago, at Loyola University, Jeanne Gustavson met a man she believes would have made the perfect husband. But her family objected, because his skin was not White. So, she broke up with Steve Watts – but she never forgot about him. And more than four decades later, Jeanne found him again. Steve Hartman updates us on his recent story about lovers reunited.
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David Bird's whimsical Becorn sculptures
The artist and toy designer was inspired to create fanciful, tiny sculptures out of acorns, sticks, ferns and feathers – art he has dubbed "Becorns" – which are attracting curious birds and wildlife (and plenty of humans, too).
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Becorns: Whimsical creations sculpted from Nature
Rhode Island artist and toy designer David Bird was inspired to create fanciful, tiny sculptures out of acorns, sticks, ferns and feathers – art he has dubbed "Becorns" – which are attracting curious birds and wildlife (and plenty of humans, too). Correspondent Faith Salie reports.
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Guillermo del Toro on bringing "Pinocchio" to life, one frame at a time
Stop-motion animators, under the direction of the Oscar-winning director, have given life to puppets for his lifelong passion project, a darker vision of the classic tale, "Pinocchio."
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Guillermo del Toro on bringing "Pinocchio" to life
Stop-motion animators, under the direction of Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro, have given life to puppets in the new Netflix feature, "Pinocchio." Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Del Toro about his lifelong passion project that evokes the darker original tale of a wooden boy who becomes real.
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Smithsonian exhibit explores how entertainment shaped America
"Entertainment Nation/Nación del espectáculo," a new exhibition at the National Museum of American History, features artifacts from 150 years of music, sports and moving images, from "Star Wars" and "The Wizard of Oz" to Prince.
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Smithsonian explores how entertainment shaped America
"Entertainment Nation/Nación del espectáculo," a new exhibition at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., features artifacts from 150 years of music, sports and moving images. CBS News' John Dickerson gets a tour, and looks at how Prince, "The Wizard of Oz" and "Star Wars" helped define our national character.
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Elon Musk and Twitter: Is he in over his head?
The man behind cutting-edge companies Tesla and SpaceX recently bought Twitter for $44 billion. What followed has been a chaotic period for the social media platform (and its advertisers), as the modern-day "town square" has been shaken to its core.
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Is Elon Musk in over his head?
Elon Musk, the man behind cutting-edge companies Tesla and SpaceX, recently bought Twitter for $44 billion. What followed has been a chaotic period for the social media platform, during which Musk has invited back some users who had previously been banned or otherwise restricted; fired employees en masse; and rolled back content moderation. To what end? Correspondent Luke Burbank talks with tech journalist Kara Swisher and cybersecurity expert Alex Stamos about Musk's impact on the company so far.
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