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This week on "Sunday Morning" (September 24)

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Cassidy Hutchinson with correspondent Tracy Smith.  CBS News

COVER STORY: Trump White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson on the price of speaking out | Watch Video
The former Trump loyalist and senior advisor to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said she was "disgusted" upon witnessing the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters over the lie of election fraud. But after testifying to the January 6 Committee, Cassidy Hutchinson was forced into hiding. In her first TV interview she talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about the price of telling the truth, as detailed in her new book, "Enough."

PREVIEW: Former White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson says Trump is "dangerous for the country"

READ AN EXCERPT: "Enough" by Cassidy Hutchinson

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Test-driving a car on Consumer Reports' six-mile-long auto test track in Connecticut.  CBS News

REVIEWS: Inside Consumer Reports | Watch Video
The non-profit organization behind Consumer Reports magazine and website has been testing products since 1936, and today, with an annual testing budget well over $30 million, their 60 labs and teams of engineers put thousands of consumer goods through their paces. "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl talks with some of Consumer Reports' investigators, whose testing of products has affected everything from car safety to recalls of potentially-deadly infant seats.

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Left: A scene from the video "Extensions" by Yvonne Osei (2018), from "The Culture: Hip Hop and Contemporary Art in the 21st Century." Right: Pablo Picasso's "Reclining Nude (Sleeping Woman), September 5, 1969," on view at the Art Institute of Chicago. Bruno David Gallery, © Yvonne Osei; © 2023 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

THE NEW SEASON: Art from hip hop to Picasso | Watch Video
Correspondent Serena Altschul offers highlights of new museum exhibitions this fall, including a St. Louis show in which artists celebrate the expression of hip hop culture around the world. The show was organized in collaboration with the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Saint Louis Art Museum.

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THE NEW SEASON: Movies | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" previews a few of the most anticipated new films coming this fall.

Supermodel Gisele Bündchen. CBS News

SUNDAY PROFILE: Gisele Bündchen: "Before I was more surviving, and now I'm living" | Watch Video
Gisele Bündchen, who has modeled since her teens, has been one of the highest-paid supermodels for more than twenty years. But she says she experienced extreme anxiety because of her lifestyle. The 43-year-old divorced mother of two children from her marriage to NFL superstar Tom Brady has since found peace in making a part-time home in Costa Rica. The self-described introvert talks with correspondent Lee Cowan about healthy living, her new role with Gaia Herbs, and what she most cherishes.

PREVIEW: Gisele Bündchen opens up about modeling and divorce | Watch Video

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THE NEW SEASON: Books | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" checks out a few of the most anticipated new titles.

HARTMAN: Honoring the "Brunswick 15" (Video)
In 1966 Marvin Jones Sr. was one of 15 students to desegregate Brunswick High School in Virginia, where he spent the loneliest years of his life facing racist taunts and KKK flyers. But he recently reached out to one student who hadn't bullied him, writing a letter to Paul Fleshood. The two met for lunch, and a friendship, long dormant, finally blossomed. It led to efforts to celebrate the courage of the "Brunswick 15," and an emotional return to Brunswick High. Steve Hartman reports. 

Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth, Jerry Harrison and David Byrne of Talking Heads. CBS News

MUSIC: A Talking Heads reunion for the return of "Stop Making Sense" | Watch Video
The restoration and re-release of the classic 1984 concert film "Stop Making Sense" is an occasion for the members of the band Talking Heads – David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth and Jerry Harrison – to get reacquainted after decades of estrangement, and to revisit a moment of jubilant shared success. Reuniting for their first joint television interview in decades, they talked with "CBS Mornings" co-host Tony Dokoupil about Talking Heads' origins and their funky blend of rock and performance art; and how, within a few years of the film, the band went on a break that never really ended. 

To watch a trailer for the restoration of "Stop Making Sense" click on the video player below:

Stop Making Sense | Official Trailer HD | A24 by A24 on YouTube

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THE NEW SEASON: Music | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" checks out the most anticipated new releases.

TV: How international TV is capturing American viewers (Video)
With more American viewers getting into the habit of streaming TV series in foreign languages, more shows are finding audiences around the world. Among them: The hit Italian series "The Sea Beyond," a steamy coming-of-age drama that will begin streaming in the U.S. next month on MHZ Choice. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with the show's creators and cast about what makes their program unique. Doane also talks with New York Times TV critic Mike Hale, and with Netflix's chief content officer Bela Bajaria, about the rising popularity of international TV.

To watch a trailer for "The Sea Beyond" click on the video player below:

The Sea Beyond - Coming in October (:30) by MHz Choice on YouTube

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THE NEW SEASON: TV & Streaming | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" previews what will have viewers glued to their screens this fall.

COMMENTARY: Josh Seftel's mom on climate change (Video)

"Sunday Morning" contributor Josh Seftel catches up with his mother, Pat, who reflects on the effects of a changing climate. 

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THE NEW SEASON: Theater | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" looks at the biggest shows coming to Broadway and around the country this fall.

NATURE: Gulf Coast of Texas (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday morning with a sunrise off the Gulf Coast of Texas. Videographer: Scot Miller.


From the archives: Botero's giant sculptures take over Park Avenue by CBS Sunday Morning on YouTube

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Botero's giant sculptures take over Park Avenue (YouTube Video)
Colombian painter and sculptor Fernando Botero, renowned for his fuller-than-full-figured subjects, died on September 15, 2023, at age 91. In this "CBS Sunday Morning" feature that aired on October 10, 1993, correspondent Anthony Mason reports on the installation of 14 monumental bronze sculptures by Botero on New York's Park Avenue, and the quizzical responses of normally jaded New Yorkers.

Pop-up concert with Foo Fighters' Chris Shiflett by CBS Sunday Morning on YouTube

MUSIC: Pop-up concert with Foo Fighters' Chris Shiflett (YouTube Video)
In advance of his new solo album, "Lost at Sea," guitarist Chris Shiflett of Foo Fighters held a solo acoustic concert at FitzGerald's outside Chicago. He spoke with CBS News' Jake Barlow.

From the "Sunday Morning" archives: Writers on writing III by CBS Sunday Morning on YouTube

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Writers on writing III (YouTube Video)
Enjoy a look back at "Sunday Morning" conversations with some of the most celebrated writers of our time. Featured: Walter Mosley talks with Randall Pinkston about his Easy Rawlins mysteries; Martha Teichner talks with children's book author-illustrator Maurice Sendak about his collaboration with Arthur Yorinks; Patricia Cornwell discusses crime scenes with Martha Teichner; Thalia Assuras profiles Native American author Sherman Alexie; John Updike takes Martha Teichner on a trip through his hometown of Shillington, Pennsylvania; Allen Pizzey visits Frances Mayes at her home made famous in "Under the Tuscan Sun"; Lesley Stahl interviews screenwriter Aaron Sorkin ("The Social Network"); and Rita Braver talks with Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana about their screenplay for the film "Brokeback Mountain."

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