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RECAP: JANUARY 1

Host: Jane Pauley

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HEADLINES: The life of Benedict XVI, the Pope Emeritus (Video)
Benedict XVI was the first German pope in a thousand years, and the first pontiff to resign from office since 1415. His death on Saturday, at age 95, brought acknowledgements of a mixed legacy from his strict defense of church doctrine. But as correspondent Seth Doane reports, some of the conservative pope's actions – from his apology to victims of abuse in the church, to reaching out to other faiths, and then his monastic retirement – were unprecedented.

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Father Mark Lewis, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome

    
THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Top news stories of 2022 month-by-month | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley looks back on key events of a dramatic year.

   
THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Top Google searches

     
WAR IN UKRAINE: Convincing Putin he holds a losing hand | Watch Video
After 10 months of intense combat, the war in Ukraine heads into a cold and dark New Year. For Ukraine and its president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, it is a fight for survival; for Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, it's a military debacle. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin talks with military scholar Fred Kagan about the prospects of Russia breaking the Ukrainians' will to fight as Putin attacks their cities and energy grid.

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Institute for the Study of War

   
THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Words of 2022

    
IN MEMORIAM: Jane Pauley on Barbara Walters, the GOAT | Watch Video
The "Sunday Morning" anchor remembers the trailblazing journalist whose drive, tenacity and talent helped inspire countless young women to pursue careers in broadcasting.

IN MEMORIAM: Colleagues remember Barbara Walters (Video)
Barbara Walters, the longtime NBC and ABC journalist who became the first woman to anchor a network TV evening news broadcast, died Friday at age 93. Three friends and colleagues – "Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley, and former ABC News veterans Ted Koppel and Sam Donaldson – sit down to reminisce about Walters' stellar career: the interviews, the successes, and the competitiveness.

    
LOOK AHEAD: What's ahead for Congress in 2023? | Watch Video
In the House, where a slim GOP majority will rule beginning in January, a coalition of moderate Democrats and Republicans, dubbed the Problem Solvers Caucus, hopes to get legislation through a divided government. But they'll have to contend with "problem makers" – members spoiling for a fight. CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa talks with Representatives on both sides of the aisle, and with New York Times writer Robert Draper (author of "Weapons of Mass Delusion: When the Republican Party Lost Its Mind"), about what may be in store for the 118th Congress.

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Problem Solvers Caucus (house.gov)Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.)Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.)"Weapons of Mass Delusion: When the Republican Party Lost Its Mind" by Robert Draper (Penguin Press), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via AmazonBarnes & Noble and Indiebound

      
THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Top movies of 2022 | Watch Video

         
LOOK AHEAD TO 2023: Warning signs in Asia (Video)
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un upped the ante this past year, as missile tests indicate he's expanding his already fearsome military machine. And while tensions between China and the United States have dialed down, surging Chinese military pressure on Taiwan continues to concern America's allies in the region. Correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.

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Joe Bermudez, Center for Strategic and International Studies 

Among the notable personalities who died in 2022 (clockwise from top left): Britain's Queen Elizabeth II; Brazilian football great Pele; U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright; singer-actress Olivia Newton John;
Among the notable personalities who died in 2022 (clockwise from top left): Britain's Queen Elizabeth II; Brazilian football great Pele; U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright; singer-actress Olivia Newton John;

HAIL AND FAREWELL: A tribute to those we lost in 2022 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" remembers some of the newsworthy men and women who passed away this year – statesmen and women, athletes, artists and storytellers who pushed boundaries, defied expectations, and inspired generations with their creativity and humanity. Lee Cowan reports.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2022

    
THE BOOK REPORT: Ron Charles' favorite novels of 2022 | Watch Video
The Washington Post book reviewer shares his top fiction titles of the year.

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Ron Charles, The Washington PostSubscribe to the free Washington Post Book World NewsletterRon Charles' Totally Hip Video Book Reviewindiebound.org (for ordering from independent booksellers)Photos courtesy of Sarah Blesener, Mayra Castillo

   
THE YEAR IN REVIEW: Top songs of 2022 | Watch Video

   
NATURE: New York's Adirondacks (Extended Video)
We leave you this first Sunday of 2023 at Ausable Chasm (known as the "Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks"), near Lake Champlain in New York state. Videographer: Jaime McDonald.

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FROM THE ARCHIVE: Vivienne Westwood, queen of punk fashion (Video)
Designer Vivienne Westwood, a guiding figure in the birth of Britain's punk movement in the 1970s, died on Thursday, Dec. 29, at the age of 81. In this profile originally broadcast on "CBS Sunday Morning" August 4, 2013, Westwood talked with correspondent Anthony Mason about the incendiary origins of punk rock, her rebellious take on fashion, and her shifting views of the royals.

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