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Charles Osgood tribute: Elvis Duran
The radio host pays homage to a broadcast news veteran.
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Charles Osgood tribute: Harry Smith
The former "Early Show" anchor pays tribute to the longtime host of "Sunday Morning."
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Charles Osgood tribute: Joe Torre
The baseball great pays homage to a great baseball fan: Veteran CBS Newsman Charles Osgood.
"Gallant Men"
In 1967 the song "Gallant Men," co-written by Charles Osgood, became a Top 40 hit. In tribute to the "Sunday Morning" anchor, the U.S. Army Band & Chorus performs the song.
Charles Osgood tribute: Alan Alda
The actor-director offers words of praise of the veteran CBS Newsman.
Charles Osgood tribute: Vin Scully
The legendary L.A. Dodgers announcer pays homage to another broadcast legend.
The Boston Pops play "Brazil"
Members of the Boston Pops Orchestra perform Ary Barroso's classic "Brazil."
"Sunday Morning" theme by the Boston Pops
Members of the Boston Pops perform Gottfried Reiche's "Ablassen," the theme song of CBS' "Sunday Morning."
Nature: Chesapeake Bay
We leave you this Sunday morning at the mouth of the Patuxent River along Chesapeake Bay's western shore, not far from Charles Osgood's boyhood home in Baltimore. Videographer: Carl Mrozek
Charles Osgood tribute: Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Les Moonves
Three pillars of CBS - the hosts of "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," "The Late Late Show with James Corden" and the chief executive officer of CBS Corporation Les Moonves - pay homage to a broadcast legend.
"Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie on Charles Osgood
Our contributor has words of praise for the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
"Sunday Morning" contributor Ben Stein on Charles Osgood
Our commentator has nice things to say about the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
"Sunday Morning" critic David Edelstein on Charles Osgood
The film critic offers his loving critique of the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
Charles Osgood: A life in broadcasting
Rita Braver journeys with Charles Osgood across his news career, from his beginnings in radio, through his early TV days.
Charles Osgood tribute: Scott Pelley, David Muir and Lester Holt
The network news anchors from CBS, ABC and NBC pay homage to a broadcast trailblazer.
Almanac: Charles Osgood Wood
Tracy Smith traces the life story of the veteran CBS newsman Charles Osgood Wood, and to Baltimore, Md., where the young baseball fan, newspaper delivery boy, and music student returned to the city of his youth, from a report originally broadcast in 2005.
The Library of Congress, restored
The monumental Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., is one of the most elegant testaments to knowledge in the world. Charles Osgood was given a tour of the building as it underwent a massive, multi-million-dollar restoration, in a report that originally aired May 4, 1997.
An autograph collector's obsession
New York City stockbroker John Taeni has spent a lifetime amassing his collection of autographs - tens of thousands of signatures from world leaders and notables of history. Why does he do it? Charles Osgood went in search of an answer in this CBS News report which originally aired September 25, 1975.
Nancy Drew turns 50
The ageless teenage detective, created by Edward Stratemeyer, was celebrated at a 50th birthday party in New York City, featuring Stratemeyer's daughter, Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, who herself wrote more than 50 Nancy Drew mysteries following her father's death. Charles Osgood attends the festivities. Originally broadcast on the "CBS Evening News" on April 17, 1980.
Sculptor Louise Nevelson
The 80-year-old artist - heralded for her sculptures throughout New York City - was honored with a rare solo show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine. "Sunday Morning" anchor Charles Osgood talked with Nevelson, in a profile that was originally broadcast August 6, 1981.
Brush up your Shakespeare
Don't try telling us that kids these days don't go in for Elizabethan drama. Seven thousand high school students from across the United States participated in the Shakespeare Competition, with a lucky few chosen to visit New York City to share an in-depth exploration of the Bard's works. Charles Osgood reports. Originally broadcast May 22, 1994.
A walk in Woodlawn Cemetery
Opened in 1863, Woodlawn Cemetery, in the New York City borough of the Bronx, is comprised of 400 acres of lush wooded landscape populated by some of the most famous names in history. Charles Osgood takes a stroll among Woodlawn's permanent residents. Originally broadcast on October 30, 1988.
Sting: A Renaissance man
Gordon Sumner, known to the world as Sting, is a hard person to pin down. The son of a milkman in Newcastle, England, he's dug ditches, taught school, and had a string of hits as front man of The Police - only to walk away from the highly-successful band to forge a solo career. Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler, a filmmaker and actress, invited "Sunday Morning" anchor Charles Osgood to talk music, and to share a lunch with recipes from Trudie's cookbook. Originally broadcast November 7, 1999.
Magic from the 52nd Street Project
"Sunday Morning" anchor Charles Osgood drops in on the 52nd Street Project, which teams kids from New York City's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood with adult actors and writers, to create and perform plays together. Originally broadcast September 6, 1992.
Bruce Springsteen on writing his autobiography
In this web exclusive, the rock legend talks to Anthony Mason about finding his voice while writing "Born to Run," his new memoir.
U.S. airstrike disrupts Syria ceasefire
The United States is apologizing for a deadly coalition airstrike. The attack apparently struck government troops in Syria. Russia says more than 60 people were killed. Elizabeth Palmer is in Aleppo with a report.
Riccie Johnson: Putting TV's best face forward
Riccie Johnson, of our "Sunday Morning" family, has had more face time with familiar faces than anyone we know. Mo Rocca tells us about her life-long brush with fame.
Raising sled dogs at Denali National Park
As Conor Knighton discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park, sled dogs are a significant part of the park's 100-year-old legacy.
New art offerings for fall
Ben Tracy reports from the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco on some of the most anticipated art exhibitions to go on display in museums across the country.
What's luck got to do with it?
Many of us have our own good luck charms and rituals, but do they make a difference? Can we really make our own luck? To some, luck is not something we control - stuff just happens. However, there are some who believe a lucky streak comes down to math, science and optimism. Susan Spencer of "48 Hours" reports.