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“Sunday Morning” of the Week (November 13)

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Host: Jane Polley

selection: Complex 2022 Midterm Elections, Setting the Stage for 2024 | | watch video
Right-wing media and Republican politicians have predicted a “red wave” and even a “red tsunami” in this year’s midterm elections, but the Democrats’ successful hold in the Senate and (as voting continues) It didn’t come true. counted) maintaining the house. Correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the factors experts say contributed to the Republican party’s weak results: election denial and Donald Trump.

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selection: Why gerrymandering got worse | | watch video
It is not one person, one vote that can redraw the constituencies represented by politicians in order to secure safe seats for political parties. Correspondent David Pogue examines how partisan gerrymandering can undermine true democracy.

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Cover story: Countering Ageism | | watch video
A recent study found that more than 93% of adults between the ages of 50 and 80 experience age discrimination that negatively impacts their health. People who are positive about aging actually live longer. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Ashton Applewhite, author of “This Chair Rocks,” about raising awareness of ageism. And with scholars who debate the benefits of rejecting social cues that demean aging.

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In 1922, the Detroit Institute of Arts became the first museum in the United States to purchase Vincent van Gogh’s 1887 Self-Portrait. It is now the centerpiece of the exhibition “American Van Gogh,” which explores how Post-Impressionist painting took root in the American imagination.

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art: ‘America’s Van Gogh’: How the Dutch artist captivated the public | | watch video
100 years ago, the Detroit Institute of Arts became the first museum in the United States to purchase the work of Dutch post-impressionist Vincent van Gogh, who died in 1890. Van Gogh in America explores the introduction of Van Gogh in America, showcasing 74 of his works from around the world. Our correspondent Rita Braver reports.

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A team member at Colony Glacier, Alaska, is searching for the remains of the crew of an Air Force plane that crashed in 1952.

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we: 70 years lost heroes resurrected in Alaska’s glaciers | | watch video
For the past decade, a multidisciplinary team based at Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage has undertaken perhaps the longest-running recovery effort in the history of the U.S. Air Force. He found 52 military personnel who went missing when the C-124 Globemaster crashed. Their remains and personal belongings have been hidden in the ice since 1952 in an Alaskan glacier. Correspondent Lee Cowan is talking to his relatives who are hoping that the summer will melt the ice and reveal long-buried secrets.

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Journalist and longtime PBS Newshour host Judy Woodruff.

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tv set: The next chapter for Judy Woodruff | | watch video
A veteran journalist tells “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley why she left the PBS NewsHour anchor desk. Judy Woodruff also talks about her pioneering career spanning over 50 years and her constant drive to uncover her truth.

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aisle: Tribute (video)
“Sunday Morning” recalls some of the notables who left us this week, including comedian Gallagher, best known for popping watermelons with a giant mallet.

Hartmann: A veteran in pursuit of kindness (video)
When Navy veteran Kenneth Jarry’s mobility scooter broke down, the 80-year-old from Mahtomedy, Minnesota, thought his life stopped. However, Amanda Klein, a young woman he met at his coffee shop, started an online fundraiser for him, and within days Kenny got a brand new scooter. But his philanthropy didn’t stop there. Now, Kenny’s struggle against immobility benefits other veterans in need. Our correspondent Steve Hartman reports.

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Correspondent Tracy Smith and actor Adam Sandler walk their dog Bagel.

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movie: Why Adam Sandler is attracted to playing ill-fated characters | | watch video
The actor, who has played ‘boy’ characters in numerous comedies, is making headlines for his performance in the sports comedy ‘Hustle’. Adam Sandler talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about why he’s compelled to play the loser. Bonding with his fellow “Saturday Night Live” castmate Chris Farley. And the song he sings to his wife at every show.

To watch the trailer for the movie The Hustle, click on the video player below.

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Ava DuVernay, creator and executive producer of the OWN series “Queen Sugar.”

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tv set: ‘Queen Sugar’: A TV Landmark for Female Directors | | watch video
Ava DuVernay, creator of “Queen Sugar,” has taken the pioneering direction of her TV series. Hire only female directors in an industry where women, especially women of color, are largely absent. “Sunday Morning” contributor Mark Whitaker speaks with DuVernay, Oprah Winfrey (who airs the series on her OWN channel), and some of the show’s directors.

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others: This and That (Video)
Jane Pauley has an update for ‘Sunday Morning’ viewers.

Opinion: Douglas Brinkley: Our Planet Needs Another ‘Rachel Carson Moment’
This historian spurred the environmental movement of the 1960s and ’70s, and the authors are a reminder to voters (and the federal government) who need to understand that climate change is a major challenge of our time. I say it should be done.

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Nature: Fall Foliage in Arkansas (Extended Video)
This Sunday morning, we bring you the sights and sounds of autumn in Ouachita National Forest in Arkansas. Videographer: Scott Miller.

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From the documentary “The Border Where the Wind Blows”.


movie: DOC NYC Documentary Film Festival Returns: Real Life on Screen and at Home
America’s largest non-fiction film festival returns to New York City in both theaters and online streaming, showing more than 200 feature and short films.

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In remembrance: Notable Fatalities in 2022
We look back at the venerable figures who left us this year who inspired us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.

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