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At the 20th anniversary remembrance for the Oklahoma City bombing, the former president says it's important for all Americans to remember how much they owe Oklahomans.
From the Boston Marathon to Tax Freedom Day: "Sunday Morning" looks at notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports.
The bane of life in the 21st century is the rise of the subscription service - meaning, all the things you used to buy once and own forever, that you are now supposed to keep buying over and over again. Contributor Bill Flanagan has some words about that.
We leave you this morning at Saguaro National Park in Arizona, as we help observe National Park Week (which runs through next Sunday).
She was passion personified, pure bravery bottled in a basketball jersey. Lauren Hill may have had a terminal brain tumor, but dying was the last thing on her mind. Steve Hartman pays tribute to the college basketball player who defied her illness to the very end.
Dallas area has music and sporting events delayed by winds topping 90 mph; much of south under severe thunderstorm watch
Three unique individuals passed away this week: A trained architect, A. Alfred Taubman, who pioneered the idea of the modern strip mall; inventor Joel Spira, to be remembered for his light dimmer; and singer Percy Sledge, who recorded the hit, "When a Man Loves a Woman." Charles Osgood reports.
In the high latitudes of Alaska, the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights, are a light show like no other. Lee Cowan travels to Fairbanks to witness the magical, even spiritual experience that viewing these extraordinary phenomena can be, and talks with photographer Ronn Murray about capturing the Aurora.
On April 19, 1877, Ole Evinrude was born in Norway. After moving to Wisconsin, an unfortunate incident while rowing a boat led the tinkerer to come up with a new design for an outboard motor - revolutionizing recreational boating. Charles Osgood reports.
Service honors the exact moment bomb went off, killing 168 in federal building; ex-President Clinton among many in attendance