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CBS News Sunday Morning: An Energetic Debate

COVER STORY: AN ENERGETIC DEBATE
CBS News correspondent Cynthia Bowers reports on the possible comeback of nuclear power in the wake of increasing energy costs and concerns about global warming.

ALMANAC
Barbed Wire Patent: 1867

SUMMER PREVIEW
Contributor Bill Flanagan talks about hot summer music.

ROCKING THE BOAT
An interview with playwright and AIDS activist Larry Kramer

PASSAGE

CARS: MERCEDES TURNS 80
Exactly 80 years ago, two companies came together to form one of the world’s most famous brands: Mercedes-Benz. Correspondent Russ Mitchell has the history of the company that created luxury cars, top racers and limousines that carried world leaders and celebrities.

TRENDS:
History of the T-shirt

SUNDAY PROFILE: ROBERT DUVALL
Correspondent Rita Braver interviews Academy Award winner Robert Duvall, a Hollywood institution who calls the hill country of Virginia home.

OPINION
Nancy Giles on summer vacation

ENDER: IT'S A BIRD, IT'S A PLANE…
Superman was America's first superhero. A product of the Depression, he lifted America's spirits from the moment he arrived on the scene. CBS News correspondent Serena Altschul has the history, as "Superman Returns" hits theaters this summer.

NATURE:
Flowers in Alaska


Episode Info


Episode number: 28x43
Airdate: Sunday June 25th, 2006



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Guest Stars
Bill Flanagan (1)Bill Flanagan (1)
As Music Correspondent
Recurring
Nancy GilesNancy Giles
As Herself
Recurring
Harry SmithHarry Smith
As Guest Host
Robert DuvallRobert Duvall
As Himself
Main Cast
Charles OsgoodCharles Osgood
As Himself
Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerRand Morrison
Theme Music ComposerWynton Marsalis
 
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