This week on “Sunday Morning” (November 26)

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Main story: fighting the good fight against ALS , watch video
Brian Wallach has defied all odds after being diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease). Despite being given six months to live, he remarkably survived for six years. During that time, he and his wife Sandra lobbied for funding for promising drugs and treatments. In 2021, two years after first meeting Wallach, correspondent Lee Cowan revisited him to learn how he and his grassroots organization I Am ALS helped pass a law (the For ALS Act), Which provides funding of more than $100 million per year for five years to various ALS initiatives. , and why Wallach himself is optimistic about the future.

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Panchang: 26 November (Video)
“Sunday Morning” looks at important historical events from this date.

ART: Gourd Art (Video)
A former babysitter, Ithaca, NY artist Graham Ottoson now produces gourd art – sculptures, lamps and other objects made from gourds. Correspondent Martha Teichner examined some of Ottosson’s gourd-geous creations at Gallery Gourdlandia, and tried her hand at gourd carving.

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Worshipers attend a concert by gospel musician Sean Feucht on the National Mall in Washington, DC on October 25, 2020.

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Politics: Politics and platform: How white evangelicals’ support for Trump is creating division in the church , watch video
When Tim Alberta, the son of a born-again Christian pastor, was growing up, church was a sanctuary from the world of politics. Today, as a journalist, he reports on how political ideologies have divided the church in recent decades, with white evangelicals becoming embroiled in politics and supporting Donald Trump. CBS News chief elections and campaigns correspondent Robert Costa spoke with Alberta, author of the new book “The Kingdom, the Power and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism,” who says the white evangelical church is in crisis, which Coinciding with the election of Donald Trump.

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“Napoleon” director Ridley Scott (with correspondent Mark Phillips) at Les Invalides in Paris.

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Movies: Director Ridley Scott on “Napoleon” , watch video
The director of classic films like “Alien,” “Blade Runner,” “Thelma & Louise” and “Gladiator” is back with his epic “Napoleon,” starring Joaquin Phoenix as the French emperor who conquered Europe. but suffered defeat at Waterloo. Correspondent Mark Phillips spoke to the filmmaker about taking on one of the most controversial figures in history at the age of 85; The power of storyboards; And how he really feels about never winning an Academy Award for Best Director.

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Article: Remembering Rosalynn Carter (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers some of the notable personalities who left us this week.

Main news: Several hostages held by Hamas released, as well as Palestinian prisoners (video)
After 50 days in captivity in the Gaza Strip, 17 more hostages held by the militant group Hamas were freed on Saturday under a temporary ceasefire that the United States helped broker. Correspondent Holly Williams reports from Tel Aviv on a joyous moment of joy for Israel, as the hostages are reunited with their loved ones; And at ceremonies in the West Bank, where former Palestinian prisoners – freed under the same agreement – ​​were welcomed home.

Comment: Josh Seftel’s Mom on Artificial Intelligence (Video)
Filmmaker Josh Seftel meets with his mother Pat to talk about the implications of AI.

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Chaka Khan performs on stage at the 38th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on November 3, 2023.

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music: Chaka Khan: I regret “nothing” , watch video
Singer Chaka Khan, who started out as part of the funk group Rufus, built her legacy on hit songs including “Tell Me Something Good,” “I’m Every Woman,” “I Feel for You,” and “Ann” . Nobody.” The now 70-year-old, recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, spoke to correspondent Kelefa Sanneh about her friendship with Prince, her past struggles with addiction and how her music has been discovered by new generations. Being celebrated, talked about.

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The end of life of many electronic products occurs in landfills in Africa, where they are mined for valuable metals.

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Environment: The tragic cost of e-waste and new recycling efforts , watch video
According to the United Nations, about 50 million tons of electronic waste (or e-waste) is generated each year, much of which ends up in landfills in the global South, where people sift through electronic debris in search of valuable metals. , Correspondent Seth Doane takes a look at the tragic costs that occur when consumer products reach their end-of-life, and examines efforts to increase formal recycling and extend the life of products like smartphones.

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Jorge Santos was sworn in as a member of the 114th Congress on January 7, 2023. The Long Island Republican had already admitted to fabricating parts of his resume, including his employment history, and his claims that he had graduated from college and was of ancestry. From Jewish immigrants who escaped the Nazis.

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Comment: George Santos and the lesson of what happens when lying becomes a way of life , watch video
Journalist Mark Chiasano, author of “The Fabulist,” says the New York Republican won – and kept – his seat in Congress because the weakness of America’s institutions did not allow Santos’s lies to be exposed.

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Nature: Autumn colors in New York (extended video)
This Sunday morning we’re dropping you off amid the colors of fall at Thompson Pond Preserve in Upstate New York. Videographer: Lorraine Mullins.

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music: Watch the real maestro: Leonard Bernstein conducts Mahler (Youtube video)
In his latest film, “Maestro,” director Bradley Cooper stars as famed conductor-composer Leonard Bernstein. The Netflix film (which will be released in theaters on November 22) recreates Bernstein leading a historic performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 in C minor, the “Resurrection Symphony.” London Leads a symphony orchestra. , [The full performance (as well as other Bernstein recordings as conductor, pianist and composer) is available on Carnegie Hall+ in 4K Ultra High Definition with Surround Sound.]

don’t miss Mo Rocca’s interview with Bradley Cooper about the making of “Maestro”.

Gallery: Notable deaths in 2023
A look at the esteemed personalities who left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity.

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