HEADLINES: Ed O'Keefe: Voters are deciding at the last minute (Video)Correspondent Ed O'Keefe reports on former Vice President Joe Biden's big win in the South Carolina primary Saturday, and looks ahead to a "Super-sized" Tuesday in the presidential primary.
HEADLINES: | Watch VideoA decade ago Hamilton, Missouri was like a lot of small towns with its best days behind it. Then Jenny Doan and her family, who'd been through rough patches themselves, opened a quilting shop, and Doan launched a new career as a YouTube quilting celebrity. Correspondent Luke Burbank reports.
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SUNDAY PROFILE: Paulina Porizkova: "It's really freaking hard to be a woman over 50" | Watch VideoThe Czech emigre supermodel was a familiar cover girl in the 1980s and '90s and became the face of Estée Lauder. But now, Paulina Porizkova tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason, the modeling shoots are much rarer, and the death last September of her husband, Ric Ocasek of The Cars, left her with a shocking surprise.
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HARTMAN: An amateur goalie put to the test (Video)When a former Zamboni driver took to the ice last week as an emergency replacement goaltender and stopped 8 out of 10 shots, he became an overnight sensation among NHL fans. But, thought correspondent Steve Hartman, could an Average Joe do just as well stopping pucks? He suited up to find out - and it didn't quite go as he'd hoped.
PASSAGE: "Sunday Morning" remembers (Video)"Sunday Morning" marks the passing this week of noted figures in the fields of literature and science: adventure novelist Clive Cussler; NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, whose story was told in "Hidden Figures"; and theoretical physicist Freeman Dyson.
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Author and undersea explorer Clive Cussler (Video)Novelist Clive Cussler, the man whose maritime alter-ego, adventurer Dirk Pitt, raised the Titanic and explored countless shipwrecks, has himself located more than 60 sunken ships and submarines. Cussler (who died on February 24, 2020, at age 88) talked to correspondent Anthony Mason in this interview that originally aired on "Sunday Morning" on January 25, 1998, in which he discussed his passion for vintage cars, and for going beneath the ocean's surface to find the answers to naval history's perplexing questions.
"Wheel of Fortune" co-host Vanna White interviewed by Mo Rocca. CBS News
TELEVISION: Vanna White, a woman of letters | Watch VideoSince 1982, Vanna White has demonstrated that no one reveals letters better than she. Correspondent Mo Rocca profiles the "Wheel of Fortune" hostess, and also speaks with Pat Sajak about their long partnership.
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MILEPOST: Leap Year: Bringing birthdays out of limbo | Watch VideoIt's the paradox Gilbert & Sullivan highlighted in "The Pirates of Penzance": Those born on February 29 are out of sync with everyone else.
Architect Rem Koolhaas with correspondent Seth Doane.
ARCHITECTURE: Architect Rem Koolhaas contemplates the future of cities - and the countryside | Watch VideoAt New York's Guggenheim Museum, a thought-provoking exhibition recently opened with virtually no art. Its subject? Rural spaces. "Countryside: The Future" is presented by a man famous for designing buildings that define urban skylines, Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas. He spoke with correspondent Seth Doane about his highly-anticipated show aimed at bringing focus to life outside cities, which makes up 98 percent of the world.
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Rem Koolhaas, OMA"Countryside, The Future" at the Guggenheim Museum, New York City (through August 14, 2020) | Ticket infoExhibition catalogue: "Countryside, A Report" by AMO/Rem Koolhaas (Guggenheim/Taschen), in Trade Paperback, available via Amazon
NATURE: Owls (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to Plum Island in Massachusetts, a winter home for owls. Videographer: Michael Clark.
WEB EXCLUSIVES: All parts of the death camas are poisonous, but the bulbs are the part most people accidentally eat, having mistaken them for wild onions or blue camas before they bloom.
NATURE UP CLOSE: Plants that steal or kill for nutrientsSeveral rare plant species found at New York's Letchworth State Park don't rely on photosynthesis to survive.
Just one of the confections you can sample at the Florida Strawberry Festival. Florida Strawberry Festival
TAKE FIVE: Arts & events around the U.S. (February 28)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.
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