What parents need to know before their kids see Dr. Suess' Horton Hears a Who!.
The continuing controversy surrounding former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice put the problem of domestic violence front and center. "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the disturbing numbers. Charles Osgood reports.
As he was held prisoner by the British on September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key watched the Royal Navy bombard Fort McHenry in Baltimore harbor - and began to write "The Star-Spangled Banner." Charles Osgood reports.
Journalists Rick Kogan and Charles Osgood offer reflections on Chicago.
Ernie Pyle s War traces the life and works of one of the most popular American writers of the 20th century. This documentary features rare, historic film and photographs, as well as revealing interviews with historians, veterans and others who knew and served with Pyle including Walter Cronkite, Andy Rooney and Charles Osgood.
Horton Hears a Who! -- A playful pachyderm named Horton becomes a reluctant hero when he discovers the microscopic city of Who-ville on a floating speck of dust and embarks on a hilarious adventure to save the town from the dangers of the jungle. Featuring a who's who of superstar voice talent, including Jim Carrey, Steve Carell and Carol Burnett, this heartwarming hit comedy delivers loads of laughs and tons of fun for the whole family!
Horton the Elephant struggles to protect a microscopic community from his neighbors who refuse to believe it exists.
Dr. Seuss fable of an elephant that becomes the protector of the microscopic residents of Whoville.
Charles Osgood recites an ode to the end of the summer season.
Charles Osgood takes a look back at three notables who were lost to us this week: Sally Ride, the first American woman in space; Sherman Hemsley, who moved on up as George Jefferson in a hit TV sitcom; and Chad Everett, who starred in the TV series "Medical Center."
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