This week on “Sunday Morning” (October 13)

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Updated Oct 12, 2019 3:25 PM EDT

COVER STORY: Trans young people

In 2014 Rita Braver met with children grappling with a very grown-up issue: gender identity. Five years later she met up again with them to see how their lives have progressed.

      

ALMANAC:
 America’s first aerial photograph

      

DESIGN:
The Indy Idle

Tom Battista is the kind of guy who tends to veer off the beaten path – specifically, a small triangle of land wedged between traffic-choked freeways in Indianapolis. There, Battista has created a quiet oasis, a park for people to sit and gaze at drivers stuck in traffic. Luke Burbank reports on the inspiration behind the tiny park known as the Indy Idle.

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Actress Mariska Hargitay (right), with CBS News’ Michelle Miller. 

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TELEVISION: Mariska Hargitay

Michelle Miller sits down the actress, star of TV’s long-running “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” whose off-screen work is to promote victim’s rights.

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BROADCASTING:
Play by play

Beginning this year radio and television sports broadcaster Jason Benetti became the fulltime play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox. Benetti, who has cerebral palsy, spoke with Scott Simon, of National Public Radio, about his remarkable career.

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HARTMAN:
Cupcakes

Elton John performs on his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” Tour.

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MUSIC: Elton John

The singer who is on a farewell world tour has just released his first official autobiography, “Me: Elton John.” Tracy Smith reports.

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OPINION:
 Jim Gaffigan on his in-laws

The comedian considers his other “family,” assigned to him legally.

       

POLITICS:
Andrew Yang

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang will be among the 12 contenders on stage at the Democratic Party debate in Westerville, Ohio, on October 15. Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of Wired, sits down with the entrepreneur to talk about his campaign.

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CALENDAR:
Week of October 14

“Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

      

NATURE:
 Yellowstone geysers

        

WEB EXCLUSIVES: 

A group of prothonotary warblers and one worm-eating warbler enjoy a drink, just after arriving on the Texas coast from South America during spring migration.

NATURE UP CLOSE: The massive decline of bird populations

The U.S. and Canada have lost 29% of their birds over the past 50 years, as species are subjected to habitat loss, pesticides, predation, and climate change.

      


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