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From 1995: Christo & Jeanne-Claude put Berlin’s Reichstag under wrapsThe artist Christo, who – teamed with his wife Jeanne-Claude – became renowned for monumental, transformative works of public art, died May 31, 2020 at age 84. In this “CBS Sunday Morning” report which originally aired on June 25, 1995, correspondent Martha Teichner reported from Berlin on one of their most famous works: Wrapping the Reichstag in fabric, which revealed as much as it concealed.
Minnesota attorney general to lead prosecutions related to George Floyd's deathMinnesota Governor Tim Walz announced Sunday night that state Attorney General Keith Ellison will lead any prosecutions related to George Floyd's death. "It is with a great degree of humility and great seriousness that I accept the responsibility for leadership on this critical case," Ellison said. Watch their remarks here.
Minnesota attorney general to lead prosecutions related to Floyd's death as nation braces for more unrestGeorge Floyd's death in police custody has roiled not just Minneapolis but the nation, sparking days of protests.
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison to lead George Floyd caseEllison will assist Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman in the forthcoming case surrounding the death of George Floyd who died in police custody.
Art on "60 Minutes": Christo & Jeanne-ClaudeIn 2005, the pair's vision for New York's Central Park came to fruition with "The Gates."
George Floyd's body to be returned to Houston, mayor says"This is the same city that George Floyd grew up in, and his body will be returning to this city," Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said.


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.
"Sunday Morning" Matinee: "The 24 Hour Plays ⁠— Viral Monologues"An experiment in theatre — to present plays written, rehearsed and performed in the span of just 24 hours — has resulted in works shown on stages around the world. But with theatres shut, writer Christopher Oscar Peña and actors Evan Jonigkeit and Zosia Mamet have taken the blackly comic "The Story of Us" on the road, to an isolated lake — the perfect place to dispose of a murder weapon! This short play was recorded especially for "CBS Sunday Morning."
Jewel on her new song "Grateful"In this web exclusive, singer-songwriter Jewel talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about her new single, "Grateful," and why she chose to release it early during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Songs for our times: A COVID-19 playlistMusicians may be off of stages right now, but they are still creating music inspired by an uncertain world, which will remain a marker of a time that has changed everything
The New Yorker Cartoons: Life during pandemicFor 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.
Hear, hear! The explosion in audio booksSmartphones 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