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"It's not just about subtraction, it also has to be about addition," Sen. Tim Kaine said of Confederate monuments
Conor Knighton visits Casey, Illinois, home to the World's Largest Rocking Chair, World's Largest Golf Tee, World's Largest Pitchfork, and World's Largest Wind Chime, among many other over-sized objects. It's a collection that has helped the tiny town halfway between St. Louis and Indianapolis loom large on the map of world records.
We leave you this Sunday Morning in a bog in the New Jersey Pine Barrens, with dragonflies all around. Videographer: Jeff Reisly.
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What did "Sunday Morning" host Jane Pauley see and do during her time off? She shares some pictures.
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Hatred and vitriol used against targets on social media - often against innocent or misidentified victims - can lead to fear for safety, job loss and even suicide
Casey, Illinois' collection of over-sized objects has helped the tiny town halfway between St. Louis and Indianapolis loom large on the map of world records
The rise of social media has also brought an increase in Internet shaming - mob justice meted out to shame people on Twitter and Facebook for "bad" behavior. But as David Pogue of Yahoo Finance reports, sometimes the targets of this new form of cyberbullying, or doxxing, are innocent victims of misidentification, such as the college professor wrongly pegged as a racist after a similar-looking man marched with white nationalists in Charlottesville.
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