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Filming a robotic exoskeleton being employed to help a paraplegic walk.

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COVER STORY: Robotic exoskeletons – Helping paraplegics walk again
The FDA and VA have approved the life-changing devices, but many paraplegics who could benefit from robotic exoskeletons – devices that enable them to stand and walk – are finding huge hurdles to actually access them. Lee Cowan reports.

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Guinness Book of Records
August 12, 1925 marked the birth of twin brothers Norris and Ross McWhirter, who would create the fact-filled world record book aimed at settling arguments in pubs. Jane Pauley reports.

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Georg Baselitz with correspondent Serena Altschul at a retrospective of the artist's work, at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C.

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ART: Georg Baselitz
The upside-down paintings are the long-time trademark of German-born artist Georg Baselitz, who at 80 is the subject of a retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. Serena Altschul reports.

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Correspondent Tracy Smith with Ice Cube, co-founder of the Big 3 Basketball League.

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SPORTS: One-on-one with Ice Cube
Rapper-actor-producer Ice Cube has become one of the most bankable stars in the movie business. And now he's entered a whole new ballgame, as co-founder of the Big 3 Basketball League. The game, featuring three-on-three matches played on a half-court, seems to be catching on, and will be an Olympic sport in 2020. Tracy Smith talks with Ice Cube about how he's been defying expectations all his life.

PREVIEW: Ice Cube says he's always trying to convince people he's not "yesterday's news"

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A practitioner of goat yoga.

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LUKE BURBANK: Welcome to Goat Yoga
What's cuter than a baby farm animal? How about a baby farm animal joining in a yoga class? Luke Burbank ventures to a class where a new element has been added to a yoga routine: tiny goats. (This story was originally broadcast on January 21, 2018.)

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Lobbyist Kayla McKeon, working the halls of Congress, with Rep. John Katko (R-N.Y.).

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HARTMAN: The lobbyist
Thirty-one-year-old Kayla McKeon may be Washington's most unlikely powerbroker. As a lobbyist – the only registered lobbyist with Down Syndrome – Kayla roams the Capitol, advocating for the National Down Syndrome Society. Steve Hartman reports.

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Singer Petula Clark in concert at the Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis, Md.

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MUSIC: Petula Clark: Still "Living for Today"
Michelle Miller visits with the British pop singer, who hit it big in the '60s with "Downtown" and "Don't Sleep in the Subway," during her first U.S. tour in decades, tied to her latest album release, "Living for Today." (This story was originally broadcast on December 24, 2017.)

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Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin arrive for a joint news conference in Helsinki, July 16, 2018.


OPINION: Ben Stein says Trump needs sleep
The "Sunday Morning" commentator suggests one reason for the president's recent behavior (Helsinki, anyone?) is a basic one facing any traveler who crosses time zones and suffers jet lag: A lack of rest.

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South Carolina Senator Tim Scott with correspondent Martha Teichner in North Charleston.

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POLITICS: Sen. Tim Scott
South Carolina Senator Tim Scott is the only African-American elected to the U.S. Senate from the Deep South in more than a century, and at 52, the only African-American Senator who is a Republican. Martha Teichner reports.

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Week of August 13
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

Bird migration



One of the cheetah brothers comes up for air while feeding on an impala.

NATURE UP CLOSE: Kruger National Park feeding frenzy
Follow along as "Sunday Morning" contributing videographer Judy Lehmberg reports on Week 1 of her two-month trip to Kruger National Park in South Africa and to Kenya's Maasai Mara.

Deadly wildfire burns Northern California
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Deadly wildfire burns Northern California

At least nine people have been killed and hundreds of buildings destroyed, as wildfires burning across the state stretch fire crews to the limit

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