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This week on "Sunday Morning" (January 19)




       HEADLINES: Harry and Meghan's Declaration of Independence (Video)With the bombshell news that Prince Harry and wife Meghan are stepping away from royal duties, Queen Elizabeth II has given her official blessing. But there's a price to be paid, as Imtiaz Tyab reports from London.

      COVER STORY:  | Watch Video"Portrait of a Lady" vanished from an Italian art gallery 23 years ago - and then just as mysteriously turned up last month, hidden within the gallery's walls. Seth Doane reports. 


Zhou family dumplings. CBS News

FOOD: Dumplings: A delicious tradition | Watch VideoDumplings can be found in most every cuisine, from Italian raviolis to Indian samosas, from Polish pierogies to Spanish empanadas. But Chinese dumplings originated in the year 200. And for Chinese families around the world, especially now as Chinese New Year celebrations begin, dumplings are an everyday staple. Kelefa Sanneh digs in to some families' long-held traditions involving this delicious food that can serve as breakfast, lunch or dinner, appetizer or snack.

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Lei Ping, assistant professor of China Studies, The New School, New York CityTim Ho Wan Dim Sum RestaurantsWen Zhou, 3.1 Phillip LimActress Laura Dern with correspondent Tracy Smith. CBS News


MOVIES: The year of Laura Dern | Watch VideoThe actress, who this week received her third Academy Award nomination for her performance in the Noah Baumbach drama, "Marriage Story," also currently stars in Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women." Dern talks with correspondent Tracy Smith.

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"Marriage Story" in theatres and on Netflix"Little Women" in theatres

Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, Beverly Hills

            HEALTH:  Reaching out: How caring letters help in suicide prevention | Watch VideoKevin Hines is a walking miracle, having jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived. But what might have kept him from jumping at all could have been something as simple as getting a letter in the mail.  A long-forgotten yet simple idea is now finding success as a tool for suicide prevention. Lee Cowan reports.

YOU ARE NOT ALONEIf you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741.

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kevinhinesstory.comThe Kevin & Margaret Hines FoundationFollow @KevinHinesStory on Twitter and YouTubeUrsula Whiteside, University of Washington School of MedicineNow Matters NowGolden Gate Bridge Suicide Deterrent Net ProjectJerome Motto papers, UCSF Archives & Special Collections, at the University of California, San Francisco LibraryThe best way to save people from suicide (Huffington Post)myfirstlink.orgZero SuicideEntrepreneur Frieda Caplan, the "Kiwi Queen." CBS News


FRUITS: Remembering Frieda Caplan, the exotic fruit lady | Watch VideoFrieda Caplan, who died Saturday at age 96, made a number of exotic fruits and vegetables household names, changing the way many of us eat. Rita Braver spoke with her this past fall.  

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Frieda's Specialty Produce

       OPINION: Premature births: One of the biggest public health threats facing the U.S. | Watch VideoChances are you know someone who was born prematurely. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the rate of preterm births is going up. Last year, one in 10 American babies was born before 37 weeks gestation. Author Sarah DiGregorio talks about one of the biggest public health threats facing this country.

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"Early: An Intimate History of Premature Birth and What It Teaches Us About Being Human" by Sarah DiGregorio (HarperCollins), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via Amazonsarahdigregorio.com

       "MOBITUARIES": The art of obituary writingThis week's episode of the popular podcast, recorded at appearances in Asbury Park, N.J., and Fairfield, Conn., features Mo Rocca talking with legendary New York Times obituary writer Margalit Fox about the dramatic sweep of obituaries and of recounting lives well-lived. 

       NATURE: Monet's garden (Extended Video)"Sunday Morning" takes us to the French town of Giverny, and a view of the water lilies that inspired artist Claude Monet. Videographer: Joan Martelli. 


       CALENDAR: Week of January 20 | Watch Video"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Mo Rocca reports.


A bucking bull bison.

NATURE UP CLOSE: Bison in winterWith many of their natural predators extinct, the bison in Yellowstone National Park are subject to man-made options to controlling their population, including reintroducing them to other areas.

         TAKE FIVE: Arts & events around the U.S. (January 17)Check out the "Sunday Morning" listings of events this coming week.      

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