This week “Sunday Morning” (16 February)

This week "Sunday Morning" (16 February)

cover story: Migraines
About one in seven people live with what is ranked as the second most debilitating disease on the planet, right after back pain: migraine. Although the causes are not clear, migraine is a serious neurological disease that often runs in families. But often the malfunction is not taken seriously, in part because headaches, sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, dizziness and a host of other symptoms affect three times more women than men. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks to doctors about the treatment of migraine (and the lack of migraine researchers), and a Cincinnati artist, whose philosophy of migraine has become important to her art.

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Almanac:
Esperanto

Graham Russell and Air Supply’s Russell Hitchcock perform on tour.

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music: Air Supply
Air Supply, Australia’s duo that never got away, have been perfecting their romantic pop ballad mix for more than four decades. Correspondent Nancy Giles spoke with Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell about their lack of arrogance, and the love for these musicians’ gifts is nothing.

You can stream the air supply album “The Lost in Love Experience” by clicking on the embed below (free Spotify registration is required to listen to the tracks in full):

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food:
Chocolate
Vishwas Sali’s report

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The Moulin Rogue Cabaret in Paris opened its doors in October 1889.

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entertainment: Moulin Rouge
Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret with a windmill that opened 130 years ago in the Montmartre section of Paris, is still drawing a chorus line of topless dancers to the crowd at its grand show. And it is now the inspiration for a hit Broadway musical. Correspondent Alina Cho toured the famous Landmark inspired artists and writers (and even wedding proposals), and her artistic debut with the Tony Award-winning set designer of the new Broadway show, “Moulian Rouge: The Musical” Interacted with the director and dancers. . ”

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HARTMAN:
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In an interview with “CBS Sunday Morning”, the star of the “Star Wars” and Indiana Jones franchises says top billing no longer matters.

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Movies: Harrison Ford
Harrison Ford has adopted some of the most enduring characters imposed on the film as part of the “Star Wars” and Indiana Jones franchises. In his latest film role, he has adopted one of the most engaging accounts written by a man’s best friend: Jack London’s “The Call of the Wild.” Correspondent Lee Cowan spoke with the Oscar-nominated actor to perform in front of the CGI dog; Returning to the Indiana Jones character for another upcoming adventure; And speaking as an advocate for protecting the environment, among my other zealous reasons.

Click on the video player below to watch the trailer of “The Call of the Wild”. The film opens in theaters on 21 February.


Call of the wild | Official trailer | 20th Century Studio by
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Auschwit survived on January 27, 1945, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation from the Soviet Army’s death camp.

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History: Auschwitz 75 years after liberation
Last month, about 200 survivors of the Auschwitz concentration camp returned to the site where 1.1 million people were murdered – Jews, Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, Gypsies, and others. His ceremony, marking the 75th anniversary of his liberation, was a tribute to the living and a lament to the dead. Preserving Auschwitz has been the mission of billionaire Ronald Lauder, who first visited in 1987 when he was the US ambassador to Austria. As President of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Foundation and President of the World Jewish Congress. Lauder helped raise $ 40 million to open a conservation laboratory in Auschwitz, so that the objects telling the story of the massacre became witnesses long after Auschwitz survived. Correspondent Martha Teckner reports.

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History:
If Washem
The erosion on the top of the Jerusalem hill is a striking modern monument of an unimaginable past. The part museum and part collection, Yad Washam stores the documents and artifacts of the Holocaust, the stories of millions of victims and the evidence of lost survivors and loved ones. Sath Doon reports on attempts by museum staff and volunteers to identify the millions of souls lost in the Nazi massacre.

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Passage:
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Election 2020 Bernie Sanders
Supporters cheer presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, at a campaign rally in Milford on February 4, 2020.

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Vaccination: Charlott Alter on young voters’ support of “sociality”
A reporter for Time magazine says progressive candidates such as Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are pushing to move forward in areas such as health care, child care and income inequality that could equate older generations with communism. So what, exactly, is in a label?

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Nature:
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Web EXCLUSIVES:

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Masi Mara National Protection, a family of Masi giraffes in Kenya.

Close nature: Giraffe, a most inappropriate animal
Their general anatomy is a study in exaggeration: the tallest terrestrial animal on Earth, with a neck that is six feet tall, and strong legs to help support weights of up to 3,000 pounds


Almanac:
Week of 17 February – coming soon!
“Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week. Jane Pauli’s report


take five:
The us Arts and events around (14 February) – coming soon!
See the “Sunday Morning” list of events for the coming week.


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