This week on “Sunday Morning” (July 4)


Host: Jane Pauley


Cover Story: Passing the Torch: Training Refugees in Cooking
Brooklyn restaurant Emma’s Torch is a staunch advocate for empowering asylum seekers by training them for jobs in the food service industry through education. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with Kerry Brody, founder of Emma’s Torch, and with graduates of her program who are finding their way to the American dream.

for more information:


Title: “Little Sister” of Lady Liberty
The Statue of Liberty, which has stood on New York Harbor since 1886, this week welcomed another gift from France: a nine-foot replica—cast from the original plaster model of French sculptor Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi—as it appeared to symbolize Washington DC visits the continuing relationship between our two countries. Jane Pauly reports.

for more information:

play-pie-by-stacy-mei-yan-fong-50-pee-50-states.jpg

Stacy Mei Yan Fong’s Ply Pie.

50 Pies / 50 States


Cuisine: As American as ple Pie
“Sunday Morning” makes a slice of Americana: pie, sweet and varied as these 50 United States of America. Contributors Kellyfa Sneh chats with Stacy Mei Yan Fong (whose “50 Pies for 50 States” projects have paid food tributes to the nation), and Sarah Sneh (owner of Brooklyn restaurant Pies ‘n’ Thighs) about the perfect pie I talked. fourth of July.

for more information:

ants-sunmo.jpg

Ant expert Mark Moffett says that individual ants are fools, but their colonies thrive together.

CBS News


Science: Little Miracles: What Can Ants Teach Us?
Correspondent Faith Sally travels to Belize’s rain forest to explore the secret world of ants, and discover how learning from the intelligence of ant societies can improve human behavior. Originally aired on “Sunday Morning” July 24, 2011.

for more information:


Passage: In memory

Local Residents Rally for DC State as House Considers Act

District of Columbia residents rally for statehood near the US Citol on March 22, 2021.

Drew Anger / Getty Images


Politics: Statehood to DC: Washingtonians cry for freedom to vote
For the colonists who declared independence 245 years ago, “no taxation without representation” was a rallying cry. For residents of the capital of our country, it still is. Correspondent Mo Rocca looks at the issue of statehood for Washington, D.C. and the political divide that exists regarding taxpayer citizens living there to vote in Congress.

for more information:


Hartmann: TBD

tracy-smith-quentin-tarantino.jpg

Correspondent Tracy Smith with Oscar-winning filmmaker (and now novelist) Quentin Tarantino.

CBS News


Books: Quentin Tarantino: From Screen to Page
Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has fulfilled a new dream by publishing his first novel—an ad for his acclaimed period epic, “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood.” Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Tarantino about the joys of becoming a novelist and a father, and his plans for his 10th (and final) film.

for more information:


Commentary: Sebastian Junger on the Defense of Freedom
The bestselling author and journalist discusses the fight to defend a free country from attacks on American democracy and enemies, both foreign and domestic.

for more information:


World: Afghanistan
Charlie D’Agata reports.

World: Afghanistan
David Martin reports.


Nature: TBD

2021-sm-emmy-win.jpg

CBS News



The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning” airs on CBS Sundays at 9:00 a.m. ET. The executive producer is Rand Morrison.

DVR Alert! Find out when “Sunday Morning” airs in your city

“Sunday Morning” also streams on CBSN starting at 9:00 AM ET and then at 11:30 AM ET.

Full episodes of “Sunday Morning” are available to watch on demand now on CBSNews.com, CBS.com and Paramount+, including ple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV/FireTV Stick and Xbox.

follow us on Twitter (@CBSSunday), on Facebook, Instagram (#CBSSundayMorning), YouTube and cbssundaymorning.com.

You can also download for free “Sunday Morning” Audio Podcast on iTunes and Play.it. Now you’ll never miss the trumpet!




Related Articles

The Braves, the Dodgers’ prospects, have shown MLB’s unpredictability: Sherman

ATLANTA - Put yourself in the position of every top executive who isn't active in the third week of October. They all...

CJ Mosley missed much during the Jets’ defeat

It was clear on Sunday that CJ Mosley was the Jets' main player. Without a prime linebacker, solid defense dropped from the...

Youngkins school warnings intensify GOP’s suburban push

Glenn Youngkin Virginia voters want to hear an urgent message: Your children are in danger.In a speech in the...

Latest Posts

The Braves, the Dodgers’ prospects, have shown MLB’s unpredictability: Sherman

ATLANTA - Put yourself in the position of every top executive who isn't active in the third week of October. They all...

CJ Mosley missed much during the Jets’ defeat

It was clear on Sunday that CJ Mosley was the Jets' main player. Without a prime linebacker, solid defense dropped from the...

Youngkins school warnings intensify GOP’s suburban push

Glenn Youngkin Virginia voters want to hear an urgent message: Your children are in danger.In a speech in the...

The Nets don’t blame James Harden for his struggles over the repression of NBA rules

With Kyrie Irving, the Nets need James Harden to be Superman on a regular basis. And now the NBA's rule changes are...

Graham Gano was very happy to help the Giants boot the Panthers

The game was a grind. The Graham Gano giants took the lead - and held the lead - until their offense finally...