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Jewel sings “Grateful”

In a performance recorded exclusively for “CBS Sunday Morning,” the singer-songwriter Jewel performs her new single "Grateful," which was "inspired by anxiety" and the power of gratitude during tough times. Read More »

The New Yorker Cartoons: Life during pandemic

For some 95 years, cartoons in The New Yorker magazine have captured the spirit of their times, and the current pandemic is no exception. "Sunday Morning" presents a recent sampling from cartoonists Jon Adams, Johnny DiNapoli, Carolita Johnson and Avi Steinberg. Read More »

On a ride with Peloton

With many gyms still closed, at-home fitness is more in-demand, and that’s made the exercise bike and treadmill manufacturer one of the few companies to prosper during the pandemic Source Read More »

Sweating at home with Peloton

At-home fitness is now more in demand, which has benefited Peloton, the exercise bike and treadmill maker that’s seen a surge in business as the COVID-19 pandemic has closed gyms. Stuck at home, correspondent Nancy Giles reports on the company the best way she can – by pedaling. Source Read More »

My mom in quarantine

A personal essay from filmmaker Josh Seftel, made from his video chats with his energetic mother, discussing everything from social distancing and dealing with loneliness, to the fashion of masks and dating one of the Cuomo brothers. Source Read More »

Hear all about it: The rise in audiobooks

Smartphones and digital downloads have helped make audio recordings of books a billion-dollar industry, with more than 45,000 new audiobooks recorded last year alone. Correspondent David Pogue talks with actors Laurence Fishburne, Jesse Eisenberg and Scott Brick, and thriller writer Brad Meltzer, about this expanding chapter in book publishing. Source Read More »

Making music inspired by the pandemic

Spring is usually a time when bands start touring and music festivals pop up all around the globe – but not this year. And yet, the music hasn't stopped, as the COVID-19 pandemic has inspired artists from The Rolling Stones to Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber to release new songs – music that will remain a marker of a time that has changed everything. Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with Jon Bon Jovi and Jewel about the inspiration for their latest releases. Read More »