This week on “Sunday Morning” (October 3)

Host: Jane Pauley

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COVER STORY: Faceoff against Facebook: Stopping the flow of misinformation | Watch Video
Studies show posts that peddle misinformation on social media platforms like Facebook get many more shares, comments and likes than factual content – creating a profit motive to keep the spigot of conspiracy theories and spurious medical claims flowing.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Four young internet entrepreneurs (Video)
A new generation of tech entrepreneur was on the rise, creating sites that changed the very landscape of the web. Correspondent David Pogue talked with four young people using the Internet for all it’s worth: 21-year-old Mark Zuckerberg, founder of thefacebook.com; Blake Ross, who co-created the web browser Firefox at age 19; Robin Liss, who created camera review websites while in middle school; and Wayne Chang, creator of the i2hub high-speed communications network. Originally broadcast on “CBS Sunday Morning” July 17, 2005.

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“Jimi Hendrix Teapot and Box Set” by Roberto Lugo (2021). Glazed ceramic with acrylic paint and wooden box. Wexler Gallery

ART: Ceramic artist Roberto Lugo’s spin on teapots | Watch Video
Roberto Lugo grew up in a North Philadelphia neighborhood better known for poverty and crime than for pottery. Yet the 40-year-old artist’s ceramics, featuring the faces of his personal heroes, put a modern spin on classic teapots. The artist’s work can be seen at several of America’s most prestigious museums. Serena Altschul speaks with Lugo about his motivation to help others.

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The Ramones perform at the Ritz in New York City, October 6, 1990. Left to right: Johnny Ramone (guitarist), Marky Ramone (drummer), Joey Ramone (bassist) and C.J. Ramone. Ebet Roberts/Redferns vis Getty Images

BOOKS: Kelefa Sanneh on the perverse charm of punk music
New Yorker writer and “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh, author of “Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres,” talks about a mixtape that changed his life at age 14, and how a Ramones concert evoked the thrill of punk music.

BOOK EXCERPT: Kelefa Sanneh’s “Major Labels” (With audio)

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COMMENTARY: Dan Bergmann on his autism, and a breakthrough lesson
Classified for years as “intellectually disabled,” a young man’s education, and later success, took a dramatic turn thanks to one teacher’s thoughtful instruction.

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The Doobie Brothers. CBS News

MUSIC: The Doobie Brothers, still going strong
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famers, who’ve been playing together for more than half a century, don’t let old resentments get in the way of a new album and tour. Jim Axelrod speaks with The Doobie Brothers’ members – Tom Johnston and Patrick Simmons, as well as John McFee, about their longevity and the release of “Liberte”, their first studio album for more than 10 years. “

To hear “The American Dream” from The Doobie Brothers’ new album, “Liberte,” click on the video player below.

The American Dream by The Doobie Brothers – Topic on YouTube

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PASSAGE: In memoriam

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“Cloud Cuckoo Land” is the latest novel by Anthony Doerr. CBS News

BOOKS: Anthony Doerr’s latest literary epic, “Cloud Cuckoo Land”
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “All the Light We Cannot See” returns with a new historical novel that spans more than 700 years. Lee Cowan, correspondent to Doerr, talks about Doerr’s lifelong passion for writing and his past bestsellers.

BOOK EXCERPT: “Cloud Cuckoo Land” by Anthony Doerr

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MOVIES: Daniel Craig looks beyond James Bond
After five films in which he starred as Ian Fleming’s secret agent James Bond, Daniel Craig is saying goodbye to the character with the release of “No Time to Die.” Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz talks with Craig about playing 007, letting go, and who might follow him in the role.

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NO TIME TO DIE | Final US Trailer by James Bond 007 on YouTube

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SUNDAY JOURNAL: Washington and the expectation gap
Democratic lawmakers were scrambling this week to salvage support in the Senate for President Joe Biden’s social and environmental agenda, while also maintaining support for a companion infrastructure bill in the House. John Dickerson, Correspondent discusses the political drama that majority-party Democrats have with each other.

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HARTMAN: Marines to the rescue
When Virginia Waller-Torres, of Hagerstown, Maryland, was caught in a flash flood, she thought she would perish, and prayed for help. Within seconds, Marines dressed in blue appeared out of the woodwork. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports.


NATURE: Brown Pelicans


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