COVER STORY: Conversion remedy
An estimated 700,000 adults within the U.S. have acquired a controversial remedy referred to as Reparative or Conversion Remedy, below the idea that homosexuality is brought on by nurture, not nature, and may be “cured.” 

Erin Moriarty talks with younger women and men who had undergone the remedy (voluntarily or on the behest of their households) so as to adhere to their church’s teachings; and with Alan Chambers, who was the charismatic director of Exodus Worldwide, which promised to transform these with “same-sex attraction.”

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Susumu Kakinuma studied pizzamaking in Naples, after which introduced the dish house to Tokyo, the place he opened a pizza restaurant, Seirinkan.

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FOOD: A slice of Japan
Should you’re looking for the very best Neopolitan pizza on the earth, among the tastiest may be present in Tokyo. Ben Tracy studies.


Roger Daltrey, one of many founders of Teen Most cancers America, with correspondent Jim Axelrod. 

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BIOGRAPHY: Roger Daltrey
“You may by no means make something of your life, Daltrey”: These phrases by the varsity principal who expelled Roger Daltrey for misbehavior at age 15 resonated sufficient to gasoline the younger man to one among rock’s most prestigious careers: Entrance man of The Who, star of “Tommy” and “Quadrophenia,” vogue icon – and most cancers warrior. He talks with Jim Axelrod about his new memoir, “Thank You Very A lot, Mr. Kibblewhite,” and about his 30-year mission of aiding hospital wards to take care of teenage most cancers sufferers.

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Clarence Smoyer, a gunner with the U.S. Military’s Third Armored Division, in Europe throughout World Battle II.

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VETERANS DAY: A soldier’s remembrance
Clarence Smoyer, now 94, was a gunner with the U.S. Military’s Third Armored Division who’d come ashore in Normandy three weeks after D-Day, criss-crossed France and Belgium, and in March of 1945 fought to seize the German metropolis of Cologne. There, throughout a firefight with a German tank, a automobile rounded a nook and was hit. Katarina Esser, a younger lady, was wounded and later died. For years, Smoyers has performed that scene (which was caught on movie by an Military photographer) time and again, questioning if his shot killed Katarina. Seth Doane traveled with Smoyers to Cologne to revisit the location of the World Battle II battle, to fulfill with Katarina’s family members in addition to the German soldier who was on the opposite aspect of that firefight.

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Republican presidential candidate Richard Nixon flashes the victory signal as he acknowledges cheers from the group on the fairgrounds of Springfield, Mo., on September 19, 1968.

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REMEMBERING 1968: The return of Richard Nixon
Richard Schlesinger look again on the hard-fought race for the presidency within the turbulent 12 months of 1968, when President Johnson withdrew from searching for re-election, and Richard Nixon – following losses in runs for the White Home and the California State Home – gained the Republican presidential nomination and, in the end, the presidency. Richard Schlesinger talks with Nixon aide Dwight Chapin and speechwriter Pat Buchanan, and with then-Senator Walter Mondale, in regards to the unpredictable contest between a law-and-order candidate hoping to shed his picture as a “loser,” and a sitting vice chairman breaking from his personal administration to vow an finish to the bombing of North Vietnam.

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The comedic actor-director tackles a true-life crime story by directing the Showtime mini-series “Escape at Dannemora,” a couple of 2015 jail break in upstate New York.

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Tony Dokoupil talks with the comedian actor-director whose newest challenge is the Showtime miniseries “Escape at Dannemora,” the too-weird-for-real-life story of a pair of convicted murderers who fled a jail in upstate New York in 2015 with the assistance of a feminine worker. The mini-series stars Benecio Del Toro, Paul Dano and Patricia Arquette.

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Elaine Might and Lucas Hedges within the Broadway revival of Kenneth Lonergan’s “The Waverly Gallery.”

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STAGE: Kenneth Lonergan
Serena Altschul interviews the Oscar-winning writer-director (“Manchester by the Sea”) in regards to the revival of his play, “The Waverly Gallery,” on Broadway, starring Elaine Might.

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Week of November 12
“Sunday Morning” takes a have a look at some notable occasions of the week forward. Jane Pauley studies.



FROM THE ARCHIVES: Jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove on sharing the stage with giants (Video)
Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter Roy Hargrove died Saturday, November 3, 2018, on the age of 49. On this profile initially broadcast on “Sunday Morning” September 8, 1991, Hargrove, then 21, talked with correspondent Billy Taylor about maturing as an artist. Taylor additionally spoke with musician Wynton Marsalis, a mentor of Hargrove’s; and with George Wein, who introduced Hargrove into a brand new group referred to as The Jazz Futures, which toured music festivals across the nation.

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