Sunday Morning - CBSNews.com 8 April 2018

Antonio Banderas on playing Pablo Picasso

The actor presides over a tour of Málaga, the coastal Spanish town that was the birthplace of both the legendary painter and the man who portrays him in the new series, "Genius"

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Nature: Hummingbirds

We leave you this Sunday Morning in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona, where hummingbirds keep things humming. Videographer: Judith Lehmberg.

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Calendar: Week of April 9

From Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's testimony in Congress to Friday the 13th, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead

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Calendar: Week of April 9

From an annual celebration of Washington's cherry blossoms to Friday the 13th, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Lee Cowan reports.

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Q&A with Rep. Joe Kennedy III

Massachusetts Congressman Joseph Kennedy III, grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, is stepping into the national spotlight. "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King talks with Kennedy about following in the family tradition of politics; his stands on healthcare reform and gun control; "ChapStick-gate"; and speculation about the White House.

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Should you clone your dog?

"Sunday Morning" Contributor Luke Burbank ponders whether to replicate his beloved yellow lab Rudy

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Joe Kennedy III on his legacy and future

The Mass. Congressman talks about following in the family tradition of politics; his stands on healthcare reform and gun control; and speculation about the White House

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Dog cloning: Yes or no?

"Sunday Morning" Contributor Luke Burbank has some thoughts on whether to clone his beloved yellow lab, Rudy.

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Tina Fey on "Mean Girls"

The musical "Mean Girls" opens April 8 on Broadway, and it's a big deal for Tina Fey, the actress-author-comedian who wrote the script for the show based upon her now-classic 2004 movie. "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley speaks with Fey, her husband Jeff Richmond (who composed the show's music), and "Saturday Night Live" creator Lorne Michaels, who produced both the movie and the stage show.

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Tina Fey brings her "Mean Girls" to Broadway

The writer-comedian who conquered late-night sketches and primetime comedy is now bringing her 2004 film about teen cliques to the Great White Way, as a musical

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Lost and found

Bar owner Jimmy Gilleece in Wrightsville Beach, N.C., went to great lengths to help a woman get back the wedding ring that had been pilfered by a thief - and then went to even greater lengths to help the young man who'd taken it. Steve Hartman reports.

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Antonio Banderas on his hometown Málaga

"A man without roots is a nobody," says actor Antonio Banderas, who showed correspondent Seth Doane around his hometown of Málaga, Spain, and around its museum honoring fellow local boy-done-good Pablo Picasso, the artist whom Banderas plays in the National Geographic series, "Genius."

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The Faroe Islands, home to a Michelin star

The Faroe Islands - a country of 18 tiny islands in-between Iceland and Norway, and officially part of the kingdom of Denmark - bill themselves as Europe's best-kept secret. But it may not be a secret much longer, after a local restaurant, Koks, earned the islands' first Michelin star. Conor Knighton visits a beautiful dining destination far removed from the rest of the world.

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Songwriter, now artist, Bernie Taupin

Correspondent Lee Cowan talks with poet and lyricist Bernie Taupin, the longtime songwriting partner of Elton John, who looks back on 50 years of writing some of the world's biggest hits. He also visits Taupin's California ranch, and the studio where he creates the artwork he's most passionate about. And with two new albums of Taupin/John songs performed by many of today's leading artists, titled "Revamp" and "Restoration," Taupin says he has gained a new appreciation for the music the rest of the world has long loved.

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The Faroe Islands, a new foodie destination

The far-away group of 18 tiny islands in-between Iceland and Norway is home to 50,000 - and now, a Michelin-starred restaurant

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Photographic memories of love and grief

After photographer Anjali Pinto lost her husband, Jacob Johnson (also a photographer) just 16 months after getting married, she turned to Instagram, posting images of him, and of them - each an insight into her daily grief. Her Instagram following grew to more than 51,000, many of whom were inspired to write their own stories of love and loss. Correspondent Michelle Miller talked with Pinto at an exhibition of photographs by her and Jacob, and talked about the power of images to bring strangers together.

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Bernie Taupin: A man of lyrics, and now art

The celebrated songwriting partner of Elton John is revisiting their decades-long partnership with two new albums, while exploring a new realm of visual art

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Photos of love and loss

After photographer Anjali Pinto lost her husband, Jacob Johnson, just 16 months after getting married, she shared her grief on Instagram - and received gifts of stories from others

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Almanac: Sunspots

On April 8, 1947 astronomers at Mt. Wilson Observatory photographed the largest array of sunspots ever recorded. Lee Cowan reports.

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A taxing proposition

California recently tested a pre-filled tax return system that filers overwhelmingly deemed easier and cheaper to use. But the ReadyReturn system was overwhelmingly unpopular with another contingent: the tax preparation industry, including Intuit, creator of TurboTax, which lobbied against expanding the program. Chip Reid talks with advocates who claim pre-filled tax returns could help millions of Americans save time and money, and also finds out why there are some who don't like that idea.

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