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WATER – Lee Cowan reports on the chemical compounds PFAS, which have contaminated water supplies across the country for decades and have been linked to cancer, liver damage, thyroid disease and more.
BIRKENSTOCKS – Seth Doane looks at the history and popularity of Birkenstock sandals.
LEGENDS: CHRIS EVERT – Tracy Smith sits down with tennis great Chris Evert to talk about her life, tennis and her battle with cancer.
SEN. PATRICK LEAHY – Robert Costa talks with longtime Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy about his approach to politics, his career, and his new book, published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS’ parent company.
WOMEN AT WORK – Faith Salie visits an exhibit of too-often-overlooked women artists at the Lyndhurst Mansion in New York’s Hudson Valley.
THE UNION LABEL – David Pogue reports on the growth of unions among the nation’s warehouse workers.
SUNDAY BEST – PAT BENATAR – Jim Axelrod talks with Grammy winner Pat Benatar, known for hits including “Hit me With Your Best Shot” and “Love is a Battlefield,” and her longtime partner and guitarist Neil Giraldo about their careers, relationship and more.
STEVE HARTMAN – Steve Hartman has the story of a basketball player who saved a referee after he went into cardiac arrest during a game.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.