John Lithgow's storied career includes two Oscar-nominated performances and three Emmys for hit TV comedy, "3rd Rock from the Sun." But the actor first made a name for himself in theater. Now, he's returning to the stage in his latest, one-man Broadway show, "Stories by Heart." Lithgow shares deeply personal moments and tales from the same book his stage producer father read to him while growing up. Lithgow joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss conversing with the audience in the Broadway show and his role in the Netflix series, "The Crown."
More than one billion people watch a total of a billion hours of video on YouTube every day. But the company is facing scrutiny for its slow response to a graphic video from one of its popular users, Logan Paul. Ten days after the video was posted, YouTube removed Paul's channel from its ad program and put his future projects on hold. Kevin Allocca, head of YouTube's culture and trends, is out with a new book called "Videocracy: How YouTube is Changing the World." He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how YouTube is tackling content control and why the site is a reflection of our society.
Comedian Aziz Ansari is pushing back against allegations of sexual misconduct. The 23-year-old accuser told an online publication that during a sexual encounter, Ansari was "rough" with her and missed or ignored "verbal and non-verbal cues" that she was distressed. Anna Werner reports on how the accusations are stirring debate. Warning: Some people may find the language in the report graphic.
Oprah Winfrey, a special contributing correspondent for "Sunday Morning," moderates a panel discussing the Time's Up campaign (including actresses America Ferrera, Natalie Portman, Tracee Ellis Ross and Reese Witherspoon; Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy; producer Shonda Rhimes; and attorney Nina Shaw) about the power of speaking out about sexual harassment, abuse, and gender inequality.
Bold, sensual and talented, Oscar- and Golden Globe-nominee Sharon Stone was one of the most talked-about actresses of the '90s, making a powerful impression in such films as "Total Recall," "Basic Instinct" and "Casino." But a brain hemorrhage in 2001 nearly killed her, and set back her career. Lee Cowan profiles the actress, whose second chance at life includes raising three sons, outspoken activism, and a starring role in a new HBO mini-series, "Mosaic."