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This week on "Sunday Morning" (May 16)

A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program

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17/06/2021
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program President Biden meets Russian President Vladimir Putin face-to-face Wednesday for the first time since Mr. Biden took office. The leaders are expected to discuss cyberattacks, the conflict with Ukraine and prisoner swaps in the summit hosted by Switzerl [Read more]
17/06/2021
President Biden addressed reporters on the tarmac in Switzerland before boarding Air Force One to head back to Washington, concluding his first foreign trip as president. Mr. Biden apologized for being a "wiseguy" to a reporter during his press conference following his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He also spoke about the [Read more]
17/06/2021
Many of the asylum cases filed by Central American migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border cite domestic violence and gang persecution. [Read more]
17/06/2021
President Joe Biden met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday, and were expected to discuss recent actions by each country that affect the other's embassy, along with cyberattacks, the conflict with Ukraine and more. CBS News foreign affairs and State Department correspondent Christina Ruffini joins CBSN AM as the summit at V [Read more]
17/06/2021
"In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short. I'm truly sorry. I'm learning from the feedback, I thank you for raising it and listening," Lin-Manuel Miranda, the film's creator, said. [Read more]
17/06/2021
"You can never do right, it seems," Moreno said Tuesday. "I'm simply saying, can't you just wait a while and leave it alone?" [Read more]
17/06/2021
Velma, like Kaling, will be of East Asian descent and some on Twitter have shared racist opinions on this choice. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Ellen Burstyn reflects on her life and career in a letter to her younger self. The 88-year-old acting legend gives advice on pursuing your dreams, finding self-belief, and walking away from abuse. [Read more]
17/06/2021
"People are being poisoned every day" as study finds more than 50% of beauty products in the U.S. contain dangerous chemicals. [Read more]
17/06/2021
"I think the risk is really to the fall that this could spike a new epidemic heading into the fall," the former FDA commissioner said. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Arizona State University said it won't require face masks to be worn by those who are vaccinated, but will require unvaccinated students to be tested for COVID. [Read more]
17/06/2021
At $56,000 per year, Aduhelm "could be a real budget-buster" for the government health program, some experts say. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Alabama pastor held off push from group pushing to move already-conservative, largest U.S. Protestant denomination further right. Racial and sex abuse issues were front-and-center. [Read more]
17/06/2021
The central bank expects to raise interest rates twice by the end of 2023 after previously estimating there would be no interest rate hike until 2024. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Many of the asylum cases filed by Central American migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border cite domestic violence and gang persecution. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Putin called the meeting, the first since Biden took office in January, as "constructive." [Read more]
17/06/2021
Federal prosecutors slapped criminal charges Friday on nine Iranians accused of hacking to steal scientific research and other information from more than 300 universities and private companies. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Of all the major industries that spew out planet-warming greenhouse gasses, one stands out as unfixable - so far. Fossil fuel power plants can be replaced with wind and solar power. One can switch to electric cars. But as Mark Phillips reports from the British Aviation History Museum for the "CBS This Morning" series Eye on Earth, the one [Read more]
17/06/2021
A Boeing 737 burns about 750 gallons of jet fuel an hour and pollutes the air. In our Eye on Earth series, CBS's Mark Phillips found electric-powered flight could soon take off. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Vacationing in space is quickly becoming a reality, with several companies launching commercial programs to take civilians to outer space. Questions about sustainability and risk still remain, and the price tag is out of reach for everyone but the ultrawealthy. Mark Strassmann has more. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Thousands of treasure seekers flocked to the tiny South African village of KwaHlathi village, believing the area could contain diamonds. It came after a man dug up a crystal-like stone in an open field and put out word on social media of the discovery. As Debora Patta reports, the prospect of finding a diamond sent a ray of hope to one of [Read more]
17/06/2021
By the end of Ronaldo's press conference, Coca-Cola's shares had already started falling. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Many of the asylum cases filed by Central American migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border cite domestic violence and gang persecution. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Putin called the meeting, the first since Biden took office in January, as "constructive." [Read more]
17/06/2021
As the IRS distributes the $1,400 stimulus payments, some lawmakers say the money won't last three months. [Read more]
17/06/2021
Cybercriminals can take control of the fitness machines' camera and microphone, security firm warns. [Read more]
17/06/2021
The central bank expects to raise interest rates twice by the end of 2023 after previously estimating there would be no interest rate hike until 2024. [Read more]
17/06/2021
One homeowner in Alabama is five months behind on her mortgage and hopes she can strike a deal with her lender. [Read more]