​This week on “Sunday Morning” (Aug. 13)

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GUEST HOST: Steve Hartman

  And justice for all?
The Constitution guarantees that those who stand trial for a crime must have the “assistance of counsel,” and so those who cannot afford an attorney will have one appointed to them by the court. But as Lee Cowan discovered, for many facing charges, being represented by a public defender often means no defense at all.

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Don Ho
On August 13, 1930, the singer and musician — and Hawaii’s informal goodwill ambassador — was born. Steve Hartman reports.

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Where will Trump and Kim’s nuclear brinkmanship lead?
National security correspondent David Martin explains the threat of nuclear attack by North Korea, and what the U.S. response could be, with Admiral James Winnefeld, former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Obama Administration.

Jeremy Renner
The two-time Academy Award-nominee talks with John Blackstone about his struggle to make it as an actor, and about his sideline business: house-flipping.

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Martha Teichner interviews John Jerit, whose company, American Paper Optics, is producing 45 million pairs of glasses for viewing next week’s solar eclipse.

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SPECTACLE: The Great American Solar Eclipse
It’s been referred to as “the Super Bowl of the sky” — the total solar eclipse on August 21 that will allow people across the continental United States to witness a rare and spectacular celestial event. Martha Teichner meets with retired NASA astrophysicist Fred Espenak (known as “Mr. Eclipse”) and with other “umbraphiles” whose love of eclipses outshines all else.

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Ray Romano
Tracy Smith catches up with actor-comedian Ray Romano, now starring in the series “Get Shorty.”

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Thatched roofs
It’s hard to get more retro than a house covered with straw, but in England thatched roofs have become a cool, desirable home amenity. Mark Phillips reports.

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