COVER: Labor of Love
Southwest Airlines has turned a profit for 34 straight years - the only US carrier to do so. They've never cut salaries. They've never had a layoff. How do they do it? A whole lot of love.
ALMANAC: Titanic wreckage photos
KATRINA RECOVERY: Tipitinas
Two years after Katrina devastated New Orleans, the city is struggling to regain its rhythm and its voice. But there are some notes of hope. On this second anniversary of the storm, New Orleans legendary school marching bands are stepping proudly again, thanks to the efforts of musicians like Fats Domino, Bonnie Raitt, and Paul McCartney, who have helped the Tipitina's Foundation put $1 million worth of musical instruments into the hands of New Orleans students in the last two years.This Sunday Morning, Correspondent Randall Pinkston will take us to New Orleans, where the music is beginning to flow again.
LAST LICKS: Picnics
Many Americans will spread out on blankets and gather around tables this Labor Day weekend - with friends and family - having picnics. And while the tradition is mainly associated with summer, the end of the season doesn't mean you have to stop picnicking. The reason? We invite you to find out - at our picnic - this Sunday Morning.
PASSAGE: Althea Gibson
THE WEST: The REAL Kit Carson(originally aired 1/7/07)
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MILEPOST: How We Spent Our Summer Vacation
SUMMER SONG: Paul Anka
In the 1950s, he was a huge teenage idol, with hit songs like "Diana," "Puppy Love," and "Lonely Boy." While most other stars of his generation have faded away, Paul Anka has been on the record charts every decade since, as a singer, and as a songwriter of such hits as "She's a Lady" and "My Way." Now, Anka marks 50 years in the music business with a new CD, "Classic Songs, My Way." Correspondent John Blackstone offers this Sunday Profile.
OPINION: Ben Stein
Ben Stein on Senator Larry Craig
GEIST: A Fair to Remember (originally aired 9/25/04)
Bill Geist visits the Iowa State Fair, an event that has changed little since its inception 150 years ago.