This week on "Sunday Morning" (Oct. 8)

For 30 years Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalists have mentored aspiring photographers taking part in the Eddie Adams Workshop, created by the late photographer.

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Last Updated Oct 8, 2017 11:06 AM EDT

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The 38th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards, NYC, 10/5/2017

"Sunday Morning" Executive Producer Rand Morrison, anchor Jane Pauley, Lifetime Achievement Honoree Charles Osgood, and former CBS and NBC News executive Bob Small, at the 38th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City, October 5, 2017.

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EMMY AWARDS!
Congratulations to CBS News veteran and longtime "Sunday Morning" anchor Charles Osgood, who on October 5 was presented a lifetime achievement award by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, at the 38th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards ceremony in New York City.


    
HEADLINES:
Hurricane Nate makes landfall (Video)
Hurricane Nate made landfall as a category one hurricane in southeast Louisiana Saturday night, and then again this morning, outside Biloxi, Miss. It has since weakened to a tropical storm. Mark Strassmann, in Biloxi, and Michelle Miller, in New Orleans, report.

  
HEADLINES:
Latest on Tropical Storm Nate (Video)
Eric Fisher, chief Meteorologist at CBS Station WBZ, reports.

        
COVER STORY:
Pulitzer-winning photographers teach how to capture the moment | Watch Video
Can someone be taught to take a great photograph? Three decades ago, Pulitzer Prize-winner Eddie Adams and his wife, Alyssa, created a workshop at their barn in upstate New York, where veterans could teach emerging photographers how to take better pictures.

Maurice DuBois attends a workshop session and speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winners Caroline Cole, John Filo, Carol Guzy and John H. White about what they hope to pass on to their students. The 30th anniversary session takes place this weekend.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: John Filo on photographing the Kent State shootings
Photographer John Filo was a journalism major on May 4, 1970, when he documented an anti-Vietnam War demonstration on the campus of Kent State University in Ohio. In this web exclusive he talked with correspondent Maurice DuBois about capturing an iconic photo of the era - a picture that earned him a Pulitzer Prize.

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ALMANAC:
The Dodgers leave Brooklyn | Watch Video
On October 7, 1957, the Dodgers announced that they were departing New York City and moving west to L.A.  Jane Pauley reports. 

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A 50-inch "Churchill" globe is created at Bellerby & Co. globemakers in London.

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ART: The art of making globes (Video)
In the era of Google Maps who makes a living out of creating globes - by hand? Peter Bellerby, of Bellerby & Co. Globemakers, for one. Headquartered in London, he talks with Martha Teichner about how a desire to purchase a globe led to him becoming one of the masters of the craft.

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MUSIC:
 The many shades of Pink | Watch Video
The seasoned rocker knows how to work an arena, blending aerial performance art and songs about self-acceptance, with lyrics both salty and sweet. Pink talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about her latest album, "Beautiful Trauma"; about her turbulent childhood and the outlet she found in music; and what she wants to teach her children. 

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Pink on her concert acrobatics
The singer explains to correspondent Tracy Smith why she began incorporating aerial dances into her concert performances, and her trainer's very particular way of preparing her for the strenuous routines.

To watch Pink perform "What About Us" click on the video player below.

P!nk - What About Us (Official Video) by PinkVEVO on YouTube

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PASSAGE:
Harvey Weinstein's mea culpa (Video)
Hollywood is reeling from allegations of sexual harassment leveled at Harvey Weinstein, one of the most powerful men in the movie business. Tony Dokoupil has the latest. 

  
VIOLENCE:
A mass shooting survivor's story | Watch Video
For all the horrific tales we've heard since the horror that played out in Las Vegas last weekend, those who have survived mass shootings before know that life does go on -- often with a renewed sense of purpose.

Kristina Anderson was 19 years old when she was carried out of her French class at Virginia Tech in April 2007, after having been shot three times by a troubled student who killed 32 and wounded 16 others. She used money tucked inside get well cards to start a foundation, and now criss-crosses the country speaking about school and workplace safety. 

Anderson talks with Lee Cowan about the physical and mental healing required after a mass shooting, and what victims of last weekend's deadly attack might anticipate during a long and difficult recovery.

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HARTMAN:
 Mass shooting treadmill: When words fail (Video)
Steve Hartman responds to last weekend's mass shooting in Las Vegas, the deadliest in U.S. history (but horrifically common nonetheless), and asks what funeral will mark the last straw before something is done to address the violence. 

      
SUNDAY PROFILE:
Andrew Garfield | Watch Video
Seth Doane interviews the actor ("The Social Network," "The Amazing Spider-Man") about his latest film, "Breathe," a biopic about Robin Cavendish, an advocate for the disabled after being stricken with polio.

To watch the trailer for "Breathe" click on the video player below.

BREATHE | Official Trailer by Bleecker Street on YouTube

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  • "Breathe" (Official site), opening October 13 from Bleecker Street

AN APPRECIATION: Remembering rock legend Tom Petty | Watch Video
Bill Flanagan remembers the frontman of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and member of the Traveling Wilburys, who died this week at the age of 66.  

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In an interview with "Sunday Morning" the President's first wife says she approves of him spreading his message via Twitter.

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SUNDAY PROFILE: "First Ex" Ivana Trump on parenting and the president's tweets | Watch Video
The "First Ex" talks with Jim Axelrod about her life before and after she and the president divorced; what he is like as a father; her thoughts about Trump's second wife, Marla Maples, and his third, first lady Melania Trump; and other topics that she addresses in her new book, "Raising Trump," an advice book with tips for parents.

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CALENDAR:
 Week of October 9 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.  

                  
NATURE:
Maine (Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning with a glimpse of Fall at Acadia National Park in Maine. Videographer: Mauricio Handler

WEB EXCLUSIVES: 

      

NATURE UP CLOSE: Whooping cranes
Perilously close to extinction decades ago, tremendous efforts by naturalists have resulted in the saving of a magnificent bird.
       


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