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U.S. government forbids hostage ransoms, but is reevaluating how it handles hostages and their families and whether to prosecute
We leave you this morning at the Kirby Canyon Butterfly Preserve in Morgan Hill, California, a safe home for the threatened Bay Checkerspot Butterfly.
Dale and Alice Rockey have been married 81 years, but sadly Alice left us this week. She left us all some pretty good marital advice, which she shared with Lee Cowan.
On a ranch near the very small town of Seymour, Texas, cowboys fuel up for hard work. Kent and Shannon Rollins are cooks who prepare their cowboy meals-on-wheels on an actual, working chuck wagon. Scott Simon reports on the secrets to cowboy cooking.
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead
From actor-director Robert Redford being honored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York, to Saturday's 141st running of the Kentucky Derby, "Sunday Morning" looks at notable events of the week ahead. Lee Cowan reports.
Religious preference makes no difference among those who say they have communicated with someone who has passed on
Don't call him a chef who makes "full-on fancy" fare - he preps food you want to eat out of a chuck wagon for hungry cowhands (and no cussing when there's women around)