This week on "Sunday Morning" (June 10)


Leo James Davis on the set of "A Kid Like Jake."

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Last Updated Jun 10, 2018 11:55 AM EDT

Trump arrives in Singapore for summit with N. Korean leader (Video)
President Donald Trump arrived in Singapore this morning for an unprecedented nuclear summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un, following a G-7 meeting in Canada which he left in a defiant mood. Ben Tracy reports from Singapore.

A life cut short: Trying to understand suicide | Watch Video
The recent suicides of celebrities Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain only hint at the dimensions of this public health crisis on the rise. Tony Dokoupil visits the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and talks with a woman who attempted suicide at age 19 about her empathy for the victims of the suicide. He also discusses the public health ramifications of suicide with Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, chair of Columbia University's psychiatry department, and with Mike Shinoda, of the band Linkin Park, who last year lost his friend and bandmate Chester Bennington to suicide.

For immediate help if you are in a crisis, call the toll-free National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are confidential.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: From 2007: Anthony Bourdain, the culinary bad boy (Video)
In a story which originally aired on "Sunday Morning" on September 30, 2007, correspondent Lesley Stahl profiles the celebrity chef and host of "No Reservations" Anthony Bourdain, whose adventurous spirit has led him to far-flung lands to sample some of the world's most exotic foods. Stahl also talked with Bourdain's mother, Gladys, whose cooking – and an oyster her son sampled in France at age 10 - inspired young Anthony to pursue a life in the kitchen.   

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 Forest fire lookout towers | Watch Video
On June 10, 1905, America's first forest fire lookout tower went into operation on top of Squaw Mountain in Maine. Jane Pauley reports.

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Country artist Luke Bryan performs for a patient at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital, as part of the Musicians on Call program. CBS News

MUSIC: Musicians on call: Just what the doctor ordered | Watch Video
Like doctors making rounds, the non-profit group Musicians on Call has been bringing musicians to hospitals all over the country for almost 20 years, playing for more than 600,000 patients.  It's a person-to-person experience that can be more rewarding than the arenas and clubs where he started his career. Nancy Giles tagged along with Kenli Mattus and Luke Bryan as they brought their music to patients, becoming part of the healing process.

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Actor-producer Jim Parsons sits down with correspondent Richard Schlesinger. CBS News

MOVIES: Jim Parsons on his latest role: Film producer | Watch Video
The star of CBS' "The Big Bang Theory," has a new role in Hollywood – producer of the film, "A Kid Like Jake," in which he stars with Claire Danes and Octavia Spencer. It's the story of a New York couple who are trying to get their four-year-old son in a competitive elementary school. They face a challenging question: should they reveal their son prefers Cinderella to G.I. Joe? Richard Schlesinger of "48 Hours" speaks with Parsons and Danes(who are both presenters at Sunday night's Tony Awards) and with the film's director, Silas Howard.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: "A Kid Like Jake" director Silas Howard talks growing up transgender
The new movie "A Kid Like Jake" tells the story of parents whose four-year-old son likes to dress as a princess. Director Silas Howard talks with correspondent Richard Schlesinger about how his personal story informed the film. Schlesinger also talks with star and producer Jim Parsons about what Howard brought to the project.

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Chris Ammann, disguised as a vagrant, tagged Joey Caferro outside a bar (left). The next day, Joey - dressed as an old lady - surprised fellow Tag Brother Rick Bruya. CBS News

GAMES: An epic game of tag | Watch Video
Ten childhood friends, now middle-aged, are still competing in a game of tag they first played while students as a prep school in Spokane, Wash. Correspondent Lee Cowan revisits the "Tag Brothers," whom he first met in 2013, and who still turned February into a month of sneaky, whimsical play. (This story was originally broadcast on October 27, 2013.) 

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Above and beyond (Video)
A lot of police officers go above and beyond, but few have gone further than Denver Police Officers Monique Sedberry and Alicia Martinez, who got a call last year to check on the welfare of a bullied 15 year-old boy who had threatened to take his own life. Their response to Victor Jiron's plight has made all the difference in his life - and theirs. Steve Hartman reports. 

The musicals of Rodgers & Hammerstein: Some of our favorite things | Watch Video
Mo Rocca looks back at one of Broadway's greatest songwriting teams.

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Miss America Preliminaries
"There she was ...": The swimsuit competition, long a facet of the annual Miss America beauty pageant, will be dropped from future competition. Wayne Parry/AP

OPINION: Miss America covers up | Watch Video
Contributor Faith Salie on the latest news that the annual beauty pageant will no longer feature a swimsuit competition.

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Deaf actress Lauren Ridloff received a Tony Award nomination for her very first performance on Broadway, in "Children of a Lesser God." CBS News

ON BROADWAY:  Tony nominee Lauren Ridloff, star of the best story on Broadway | Watch Video
At the age of 40, with no professional acting experience, Lauren Ridloff was offered a starring role on Broadway. All the more remarkable for this deaf actress: She received a Tony nomination for her performance. Jamie Wax talked with Ridloff, star of the recent revival of "Children of a Lesser God."

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Week of June 11 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

 Alewives (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning in Damariscotta, Maine, where the small fish known as Alewives are swimming against the tide. Videographer: Mauricio Handler.



A bee hovers near a bluebonnet.

NATURE UP CLOSE: Sexual encounters of the bluebonnet kind
Because all of Earth's inhabitants are dependent on plants to survive, plant sex is essential.        

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