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"Princess Bride" star Patinkin reveals his favorite line in the film
In this "CBS This Morning" Extra, actor Mandy Patinkin, who played Inigo Montoya in "The Princess Bride," talks about the line that he loves the most from that film.
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"Lone Survivor" SEAL recounts deadly battle
Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell sat down with "60 Minutes" correspondent, Anderson Cooper to discuss the battle that claimed the lives of the rest of his SEAL Team, and left him alone, and fighting for his life in the Afghanistan wilderness.
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Art Garfunkel writes a note to his younger self
In the "CBS This Morning" ongoing series "Note to Self," 72-year-old singer Art Garfunkel contributes a letter to his younger self, which includes a look at the highs and lows of fame, the joys of family, and the struggle of losing his singing voice later in life.
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Paul Walker gave a generous $9K gift to a military couple
Kristen and Kyle Upham share their story of how the "Fast & Furious" star bought them a $9,000 ring after running into him at a high-end jewelry store
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Valerie June sings "Somebody to Love"
Singer-songwriter Valerie June joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" with the song "Somebody to Love" off her album "Pushin' Against a Stone."
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Watch: Comedian Russell Peters performs impressions, talks Internet success
Comedian Russell Peters sits down with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how the internet is changing comedy, how bullying influenced his ethnic jokes, and the differences between his audiences. Peters has a new Netflix show called "Notorious," which premieres Monday. "CTM" also captured several of his impressions.
Views: 630592 CBS This Morning
China demand draws U.S. airline pilots
Airlines will have to hire nearly 500,000 commercial pilots in the next 20 years, to keep up with aircraft orders and the biggest need is in the Asia-Pacific region. Seth Doane reports on one pilot who has relocated to China already.
Views: 93368 CBS This Morning
New video shows last moments of AZ firefighters
Newly released video shows the final moments of 19 firefighters who died in an Arizona wildfire last summer. The material reveals an out-of-control fire and the firefighters' growing desperation. John Blackstone reports.
Views: 231944 CBS This Morning
Lupita Nyong'o in "12 Years a Slave"
Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominee Lupita Nyong'o got the part of Patsey in the critically-acclaimed film "12 Years a Slave" just after graduating form the Masters Program at Yale Drama School. Nyong'o joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the emotional film and her inspiration.
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Donna Tartt: "I've tried to write faster and I don't really enjoy it"
Author Donna Tartt writes one novel every decade and her newest book "The Goldfinch" has been named Amazon's Book of the Year. Tartt joins "CBS This Morning" co-host Charlie Rose to discuss the inspiration for her novel and her writing process.
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Claire Danes on playing Carrie: "I'm always monitoring the depiction of her condition"
"Homeland" star Claire Danes sat down with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell to discuss playing the bi-polar, impulsive character Carrie Mathison.
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Fashion meets function in bullet-proof suit
A high-end Toronto tailer has created a $20,000 bullet-proof suit for businessmen who travel to parts of the world where security is an issue. Terrell Brown reports on the life-saving outfit and puts it to the test.
Views: 28126 CBS This Morning
"The Good Wife" actor Josh Charles: Civil war between characters "intense"
Josh Charles stars as lawyer Will Gardner in "The Good Wife," now in its fifth season. Charles joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the exciting storyline in Sunday's episode and how the show has been able to maintain the drama through the seasons.
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Christian Louboutin on his famous red-soled footwear
French designer Christian Louboutin shoes are the choice for A-listers and fashionistas. He talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about his red-soled footwear and his fashion empire.
Views: 511033 CBS This Morning
Malcolm Gladwell on overcoming life's obstacles
Best-selling author and journalist Malcolm Gladwell joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss his new book "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants" and why life's disadvantages may actually help us succeed.
Views: 75563 CBS This Morning
Julian Lennon's return to the spotlight
Born into the spotlight, Julian Lennon's career began on a high note in 1984 with his platinum selling debut "Valotte." Now, Julian, the son of Beatles legend John Lennon, is back with "Everything Changes," his first album in 15 years.
Views: 46363 CBS This Morning
Inside Mattel: Mo Rocca goes behind-the-scenes at toy maker
Mo Rocca shares a preview of his "Sunday Morning" story that takes a behind-the-scenes look at Mattel's center of operations in El Segundo, Calif.
Views: 101712 CBS This Morning
Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen talk love and marriage
Ted Danson and his wife, actress Mary Steenburgen, have been married for 18 years. The Hollywood couple spoke to "Sunday Morning" correspondent Lee Cowan about their first meeting and long marriage.
Views: 17381 CBS This Morning
Sriracha hot sauce creating burning controversy
Sriracha, a brand of hot sauce that recently opened a factory outside of Los Angeles, is being sued by the City of Irwindale because of the strong chili pepper odor that neighbors say is making them sick. Ben Tracy reports.
Views: 97348 CBS This Morning
Seattle's Big Bertha tunnel drill blocked by mystery object
Something is blocking a massive drill from carving out a new future for Seattle's commuters. John Blackstone reports on a mysterious problem encountered by the Emerald City's version of the "big dig."
Views: 170451 CBS This Morning
Gregory Porter performs "No Love Dying"
Jazz artist Gregory Porter performs "No Love Dying". The song is featured on his Grammy-nominated album "Liquid Spirit."
Views: 72763 CBS This Morning
David Brenner on comedy then and now
Veteran comedian David Brenner tells "CBS This Morning" how he's helping talented up-and-coming comics get noticed in a sea of competition.
Views: 34740 CBS This Morning
Charitable billionaires asked to give half their fortunes to charity
Bill Gates, his wife, Melinda, and Warren Buffett - the founders of "The Giving Pledge," say the super-wealthy need to make a big commitment. Charlie Rose previews his upcoming "60 Minutes" report on billionaires who want to make a difference.
Views: 20564 CBS This Morning
Restaurateur Danny Meyer talks hospitality and success
Danny Meyer is one of the biggest names in the food business. His restaurants and chefs have won a collective 25 James Beard Awards. He talks to Norah O'Donnell about the secret ingredient for his global success.
Views: 31176 CBS This Morning
Do dogs experience emotions like humans?
Neurologist Gregory Berns is using MRIs to find out if dogs experience emotions in the same way humans do. The brain scans may shed light on whether or not the animals actually "love" their owners. Terrell Brown reports.
Views: 53581 CBS This Morning
World enchanted by boy who stayed at Pope's side
Allen Pizzey reports on the little boy who helped himself to a seat alongside Pope Francis and what his parents are saying about his moment in the spotlight.
Views: 50289 CBS This Morning
Would you pay $69.5M for a high school football stadium?
Residents in Katy, Texas, are voting on whether to pay for the most expensive high school football stadium ever built. Manuel Bojorquez reports on the big decision for the school district.
Views: 205193 CBS This Morning
Norway town lit up with giant solar mirrors
Rjukan is a small town in Norway tucked in a narrow valley and it never gets direct sunlight in the winter. Mark Phillips reports on a project that is lighting up the town with the world's largest solar mirrors.
Views: 30878 CBS This Morning
Florida teens arrested in bullying bust after girl commits suicide
Two girls in Florida are facing felony charges for bullying a classmate to the point she killed herself. Anna Werner reports.
Views: 202584 CBS This Morning
U.S. combat engineers clear the way for withdrawal from Afghanistan
Over the next year, 40,000 American troops and hundreds of tons of equipment will leave Afghanistan. Charlie D'Agata reports on how a platoon from Fort Hood, Texas, is working to clear roads filled with explosives.
Views: 18439 CBS This Morning
SNL's "Queen of Deadpan" Jane Curtin on decades of comedy
Jane Curtin was an original SNL cast member, where she created iconic comedic characters. Curtin now plays a sardonic medical examiner in CBS's "Unforgettable." The "queen of deadpan" discussed the evolution of comedy on television with "CBS This Morning."
Views: 32502 CBS This Morning
Who is the voice behind all the airport announcements?
One of the most famous voices in the country is not that of an actor or a politician, but instead, it's that familiar voice at the airport that tells you to "watch your bags," or not to "park in a loading zone." Sunday Morning's Lee Cowan introduces us to the voice ever traveler knows.
Views: 87361 CBS This Morning
Simon Baker on "The Mentalist," the hunt for Red John, his acting career
Simon Baker plays a consultant who is able to solve crimes with his extraordinary powers of observation on the hit CBS drama "The Mentalist." Baker joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss his character's long search for Red John -- the man who murdered his wife and daughter. Baker also discussed his career, and why he kept his passion for acting a secret from his family.
Views: 129400 CBS This Morning
How to avoid hidden 401(k) fees
Yale professor Ian Ayres is taking aim at thousands of companies that are charging their employees hidden 401(k) fees. CBS News financial analyst Jill Schlesinger tells us how to avoid excessive retirement plan charges.
Views: 4969 CBS This Morning
What killed King Tut? Researchers may have finally found out
A British research team is taking a fresh look at forensic evidence left behind more than 3,000 years ago in an attempt to solve the mystery of what killed Egypt's King Tutankhamun. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Views: 121623 CBS This Morning
Typhoon Haiyan: Why it's one of the most powerful on record
CBS News contributor Michio Kaku talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the super typhoon that slammed in to the Philippines and caused vast destruction.
Views: 34006 CBS This Morning
JFK memorabilia to be auctioned off
Anthony Mason reports on an auction featuring nearly 10,000 items connected to President John F. Kennedy and his era.
Views: 6770 CBS This Morning
Toddler recounts her run-in with Sunny, one of the WH dogs
White House dog Sunny Obama may have gotten a little too close with two-year-old Ashtyn Gardner during a White House Christmas celebration on Wednesday, but the toddler and her family were all smiles afterwards. Major Garrett reports.
Views: 25555 CBS This Morning
IDEO creators talk how to unleash your creativity
David Kelley and Tom Kelley founded IDEO, an innovation and design firm, and have now written "Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All." They join the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss how to access your creativity, work collaboratively, and value your failures.
Views: 26720 CBS This Morning
J.J. Abrams: Inside the creation of his new book "S"
Filmmaker J.J. Abrams has teamed up with three-time "Jeopardy!" champion Doug Dorst to create a book within a book. Abrams and Dorst sat down with CBS News' Bill Whitaker to discuss the challenges of writing "S" - a book with a unique form.
Views: 17326 CBS This Morning
Meet Denmark's so-called "God of Food"
Mo Rocca meets Copenhagen's top chef, Rene Redzepi. He has no reality show, no outpost in Las Vegas -- only one small restaurant called Noma that's known for its food. Find out what's behind some of his more creative, resourceful dishes that are always locally-sourced.
Views: 103530 CBS This Morning
Captain Paul Watson on aggressive moves to end whaling
Captain Paul Watson is a controversial environmental activist and star of the reality show "Whale Wars." Watson joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss putting his crew and himself at risk to protect whales around the world.
Views: 84672 CBS This Morning
Will wild weather ground Macy's Thanksgiving Day balloons?
Strong wind threatens to take the air right out of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. CBS News' Don Dahler reports from the parade route in New York City.
Views: 21799 CBS This Morning
Dalai Lama: "Anger, hatred, fear, is very bad for our health"
The Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists. While visiting New York, he spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell about mental health, politics with China, and the chance of a female Dalai Lama.
Views: 132707 CBS This Morning
Racial slur ends season for high school football team
Lunenburg High School in Massachusetts canceled their football team's final game after a racial message was found spray-painted on the home of a biracial player. The family of 13-year-old Isaac Phillips believes that their son's teammates may be responsible for the harassment. CBS News' Elaine Quijano reports.
Views: 200249 CBS This Morning
Medical tourism: Americans traveling for cheaper health care
The rising cost of health care is causing some Americans to find cheaper options abroad. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg reports on one of the fastest-growing sectors in the travel industry - medical tourism.
Views: 38525 CBS This Morning
Inside the gates of a media tycoon's private ranch
Newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst poured his fortune into a California castle. What tourists don't see is the sprawling ranch Hearst passed down to his descendants. John Blackstone takes us on exclusive tour.
Views: 6601 CBS This Morning
How the FBI caught "Whitey" Bulger
In 2011, FBI agents found mobster James "Whitey" Bulger and his girlfriend Catherine Greig hiding out in Santa Monica, Calif. "60 Minutes" correspondent Steve Kroft reports on the FBI's 16-year manhunt for Bulger.
Views: 810516 CBS This Morning
Billy Graham delivers what may be last sermon on 95th birthday
Chip Reid reports on what may be Rev. Billy Graham's final sermon, delivered in a highly produced, 30-minute film called "The Cross."
Views: 8390 CBS This Morning
Toddler with cochlear implant says first words
Dr. Jon LaPook updates a report on a little boy who is making big strides after he went through an extraordinary medical procedure. In April he became the first child in the U.S. to receive an auditory brain stem implant as part of an FDA approved clinical trial.
Views: 58195 CBS This Morning