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In thanks, a woman named Angel Flood began prepping lunches for the linemen working in and around Houma, La. Steve Hartman reports on the power of gratitude. Correspondent Maurice DuBois talks with Warren about how she recreated the rock legend in her fiery performance. Warren also talks about how time off due to the pandemic reoriented her career, including her work with the Broadway Advocacy Coalition, a group dedicated to fighting systemic racism in the theater industry, which will be awarded a Special Tony Award for its efforts.

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Senior contributing correspondent Ted Koppel visits Mount Airy to find out what attracts so many nostalgic for a show created more than 50 years ago. ART: Christo's dream unveiled: A wrapped Arc de Triomphe Watch Video When the artist known as Christo — famous for monumental projects that involved wrapping landmarks and landscapes in brilliant fabric — died in , many doubted there would still be more of his spectacles to experience.

But last week, the artist's nephews and studio manager teamed up to realize a long-planned dream of Christo and his late wife, Jeanne-Claude: the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, wrapped in the colors of the French flag. Correspondent John Blackstone reports on what may be just the first of the couple's projects to be realized posthumously.

It's just one of the highlights of the new exhibition season. Correspondent Serena Altschul looks at some of what museums and galleries across the country will have to offer this fall. So, the players and students threw a "Hail Mary" pass to raise funds for a field without gopher holes and grass as sharp as cactus. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports on how Branson's Bearcats found themselves back in the game.

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But the closing of mines, and their distinction of being home to one of the nation's largest Superfund sites, have long cast a shadow over the place. Last summer the residents of Butte turned a corner in their efforts to reverse environmental damage and be delisted as a Superfund site. Correspondent Luke Burbank reports on how the town's past is informing its march forward. Correspondent Liz Trotta reported on the economic hardships facing thousands of out-of-work miners in this "Sunday Morning" story originally broadcast September 4, BOOKS: Alexander Vindman on truth and its consequences Watch Video Twin brothers Alexander and Eugene Vindman, brought to America by their Ukrainian father, had stellar military careers in their adopted country, until Alexander filed a complaint against President Trump for impropriety in his phone call with the Ukrainian president and later testified at Trump's first impeachment hearing.

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HISTORY: The history of anti-Asian hate crimes in America Watch Video While hate crimes in this country increased last year by two percent overall, hate crimes against Americans of Asian and Pacific Island descent rose by percent, with the Trump administration's use of racist rhetoric during the pandemic blamed by some for the rise in violence.

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