This week on “Sunday Morning” (Dec. 3)

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COVER STORY: An “unknown sailor” no more
David Martin marks the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a report on a long-unsung hero of that day: Boatswain’s Mate Second Class Joseph L. George, whose actions helped save the lives of six crewmen from the flaming hulk of the USS Arizona.

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ALMANAC: The infinity symbol
On December 3, 1616, John Wallis, the mathematician credited with creating a symbol to represent an unending concept (∞), was born. Jane Pauley reports.

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KENNEDY CENTER HONORS:
Carmen de Lavallade
The legendary ballet dancer, choreographer and teacher, who is among the honorees being feted for their illustrious careers by the Kennedy Center on Sunday night, is profiled by Rita Braver.

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  • 2017 Kennedy Center Honors, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., Sunday, December 3 (to be broadcast on CBS December 26)

        
BROADWAY:
TBD

       
PASSAGE:
TBD

 

Model Ashley Graham with CBS News’ Gayle King.

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FASHION: Ashley Graham
Ashley Graham says she was told early on she didn’t fit into a modeling world known for stick-thin women. She tells “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King that agents told her she would never be on the cover of a magazine — that she was “too fat.”

Instead, she became the first curvy model to appear on the cover the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.

PREVIEW: Top model Ashley Graham calls the term “plus-size” divisive to women

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HARTMAN: TBD

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SUNDAY PROFILE: Warren Buffett
Jane Pauley profiles the “Oracle of Omaha,” the chairman of the board, president and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, the world’s third-largest public company, who may be the most successful investor in history.  And to hear the second-wealthiest man in the world tell it, Warren Buffett is having nothing but fun.

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DESSERTS:
Turkish delights
Holly Williams reports on some traditional Turkish delicacies.

        
OPINION:
Word of the Year
Contributor Faith…

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