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Bill Geist travels to Pie Town, New Mexico, a town that's all about ... well, pies
A 26-year-old woman was hit by a shot thought to come from outside the park near Pittsburgh, perhaps as part of celebration, police say
Young man was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July when he placed a fireworks mortar tube on his head and lit it, officials said

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When she was 77 years old, Lou Schell decided to retrace some of the journeys made by CBS News' Charles Kuralt when he traveled the back roads of America.
From the Running of the Bulls to San Diego Comic-Con International, "Sunday Morning" looks at some notable events of the week ahead
Though stamp collecting isn't as popular as it once was, some rare stamps are worth millions, and the stories behind rare specimens (such as the "Inverted Jenny") read like the stuff of mystery novels
Andy Carroll loves uncovering historic sites that exist right under our noses, like the New York street corner where the first cell phone call was made
On July 5, 1794, Sylvester Graham, a New England minister whose dietary edicts included a no-frills cracker with which he became synonymous, was born
Created 150 years ago, the U.S. Secret Service was originally formed to combat counterfeiters