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Lee Cowan visits with longtime "Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood and his family, to learn more about the man behind the bow tie.
The departing host of the long-running Sunday morning news program names the third host in "Sunday Morning"'s history - Jane Pauley.
The "Sunday Morning" host performs "So Long (It's Been Good to Know You)" with members of the Boston Pops.
If clothes make the man, then the bow tie is essential to Charles Osgood. Mo Rocca finds out how the "Sunday Morning" host tied the knot with his signature sartorial accessory.
For the past 22 years, "Sunday Morning" didn't need a house band. We had Charles Osgood, who was his own accompanist, on the piano or the banjo. Anthony Mason reports on the anchor's musical proclivities.
Straight from the news, his subjects he'd choose: Martha Teichner with an ode to CBS News' resident wit and poet laureate, Charles Osgood.
Critics and commentators David Edelstein, Bill Flanagan, Nancy Giles, David Pogue, Faith Salie and Ben Stein share their love for the departing host of "Sunday Morning."
Charles Osgood offers a portrait of friendship - the special bond between artist Everett Raymond Kinstler and painter Anthony Benedetto, better known to the world as singer Tony Bennett. Originally broadcast on November 7, 2003.
In this profile which originally aired on October 20, 1982, Charles Osgood meets the subway graffiti artist whose paintings took Soho by storm.
The morning news anchors from CBS, NBC and ABC pay homage to the host of CBS' long-running "Sunday Morning."
Rita Braver journeys with Charles Osgood across his news career, from his beginnings in radio, through his early TV days.
The network news anchors from CBS, ABC and NBC pay homage to a broadcast trailblazer.
Tracy Smith traces the life story of the veteran CBS newsman Charles Osgood Wood, and to Baltimore, Md., where the young baseball fan, newspaper delivery boy, and music student returned to the city of his youth, from a report originally broadcast in 2005.
One of the sport's top pitchers, the Cuban-born Jose Fernandez has died at age 24; photos from scene show overturned boat; game canceled
Arcan Cetin, a 20-year-old immigrant from Turkey, blamed for Cascade Mall shooting that left five dead; carrying computer when caught
N.C. governor’s former company gets reduction in penalty for spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic waste
Emerson College issues alert to students about two suspects being at large after several were stabbed in theater district
University alerts system sent out messages after midnight about a gunman on campus who later fled and is at large
Was a teenage girl lured to her death with a few keystrokes on a smartphone app?
Four women and a man were killed in rampage at a Macy's in Burlington, Washington