The Case Against Curtis Flowers, The Wright Way, Prince and the Revelation
Episode 45 - 7-25-2021
Podcast helps save man from death row; The family that dominates saddle bronc riding; And, what's hidden in Prince's vault of unreleased music?
Left Behind, Talent on the Spectrum, Survival
Episode 44 - 7-18-2021
Families remember loved ones lost to COVID-19; Then, companies seeking out potential employees with autism; And, survivors recount being stranded on island as teens 50 years ago.
Handcuffed to the Truth, Robots to the Rescue, Colson Whitehead
Episode 43 - 7-11-2021
Holding Syrian President Bashar Assad and his regime accountable for war crimes; Then, Robots come to the rescue after Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster; And, Colson Whitehead talks with 60 Minutes.
SolarWinds, Ken Burns, Best Band in the Land
Episode 42 - 7-04-2021
Unprecedented Russian SolarWinds hack that infiltrated federal government likely still happening; Scott Pelley interviews Ken Burns; And, the story of New Orleans' St. Augustine High School Marching Band
Targeting Americans, The Nuremberg Prosecutor, James Corden
Episode 41 - 6-27-2021
Brain trauma suffered by U.S. diplomats abroad could be work of hostile foreign government; What the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know; And, Bill Whitaker talks with James Corden, the talk show host for the internet age.
The Prosecutors, The Oath Keepers, Japan’s Babe Ruth
Episode 40 - 6-20-2021
The prosecution team in the Derek Chauvin murder trial speaks to Scott Pelley; Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the Oath Keepers militia group's path to breaching the Capitol; And, our 2017 report on Shohei Ohtani.
High Velocity, The Last Slave Ship, Simone Biles
Episode 39 - 6-13-2021
What makes the AR-15 style rifle the weapon of choice for mass shooters; Inside the wreck of the last ship known to have brought enslaved Africans to America; And, Simone Biles: The 60 Minutes Interview
What Happened in Wuhan?, Ransomware, Sir David
Episode 38 - 6-06-2021
WHO-led inquiry ends with even more questions than it began with on coronavirus origin; Then, how cybercriminals hold data hostage... and why the best solution is often paying a ransom; And, Sir David Attenborough: The 60 Minutes Interview.
Attacks on the Judiciary; 90+; Notes of Grace
Episode 37 - 5-30-2021
The rise in threats against federal judges; people older than 90 provide valuable information on the secrets to a long and healthy life; pianist Igor Levit.
Transgender Healthcare, Geldingadalir, Exhume the Truth
Episode 36 - 5-23-2021
Health care challenges for transgender youth; Iceland's newest volcano offers rare opportunities; Uncovering the Greenwood Massacre.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken; a shortage of semiconductors reveals the U.S. is increasingly trailing behind Asia in the key sector; a book tells the story of doctors and scientists who saw the pandemic coming and tried to sound the alarm.
The Prosecutors; Putin's Public Enemy; Showstoppers
Episode 32 - 4-25-2021
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and special prosecutors Jerry Blackwell and Steve Schleicher discuss the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd; Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny; actor Nathan Lane.
Chairman Powell, The Last Pandemic, Prince and the Revelation
Episode 30 - 4-11-2021
Fed Chair Jerome Powell tells 60 Minutes America is going back to work; Pentagon programs hope to make COVID-19 the last pandemic ever; And, what's hidden in Prince's vault of unreleased music? Air Date: Apr 11, 2021
3/7/2021: The Unequal Recession, The Long Shot, Back to the Moon
Episode 25 - 3-07-2021
Scott Pelley goes to Ohio and reports on the people who have lost their income and homes. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how COVID, a California horse track and an antidepressant are connected. Bill Whitaker speaks with Jody Singer and Charlie Blackwell-Thompson for a 60 Minutes report on NASA's Artemis Program, Sunday.
2/21/2021: Attack on the Judiciary, Handcuffed to the Truth, QAnon
Episode 23 - 2-21-2021
Judges say it's time for more security in the face of mounting violence; Then, Holding Syrian President Bashar Assad and his regime accountable for war crimes; And, QAnon's corrosive impact on the U.S.
2/14/2021: SolarWinds, Bill Gates 3.0, Simone Biles
Episode 22 - 2-07-2021
Unprecedented Russian SolarWinds hack that infiltrated federal government likely still happening; Then, Bill Gates on how the world can avoid a climate disaster; And, Simone Biles readies for her final Olympics.
How Washington is bolstering security for the inauguration; Then, former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund's account of the Capitol assault; And, Washington Football Team QB Alex Smith's comeback from nearly losing his leg.
Section 230, The Case Against Curtis Flowers, Notes of Grace
Episode 18 - 1-03-2021
What is Section 230 and why do people want it repealed; Then, podcast helps save man from death row; And, Igor Levit: The 60 Minutes Interview
60 Minutes Presents: Home for the Holidays
Episode 17 - 12-27-2020
Shakira shows what it takes to prepare for a Super Bowl halftime show; Then, meet the blind piano player who's so good, scientists are studying him; And, Inside the Japanese artform of Kabuki with it...
An End in Sight, Justice Defenders, Built by Angels
Episode 16 - 12-20-2020
How the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine was developed; Then, inside the organization helping prisoners in Africa become lawyers and paralegals; And, Inside Lalibela, the mysterious holy site.
Saudi Fugitives, The High Cost of Healing, Excited Delirium
Episode 15 - 12-13-2020
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, President-elect Joe Biden's pick to run HHS, says Sutter Health's practices led to some of the highest health care costs in the state. Saudis accused of serious crimes have fled to the kingdom before trial. The FBI believes they had help from U.S. ally Saudi Arabia.
John Dickerson investigates the controversial syndrome not recognized by many leading medical groups.
Inside the wild world of PPE sales; Then, some colleges cutting "secondary sports"; And, Viola Davis: The 60 Minutes Interview.
Securing the Election, The Last Slave Ship, James Corden
Episode 13 - 11-29-2020
Former Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Chris Krebs; descendants of those transported aboard the last known ship to bring enslaved Africans to America; TV host James Corden.
Counting the Vote, Operation Warp Speed, Ken Burns
Episode 10 - 11-08-2020
Pennsylvania election officials detail their vote count, share experiences from election week; Then, planning the distribution of a future COVID-19 vaccine; And, Ken Burns speaks with Scott Pelley about how his films are made, the message he wants to convey with them and how he became the person he is today.
Lesley Stahl speaks with Republican candidates, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, while Norah O'Donnell speaks with the Democratic candidates, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris.
Putin’s Public Enemy, Dr. Fauci, Hell Flight
Episode 7 - 10-18-2020
Alexey Navalny describes being poisoned; Then, Dr. Anthony Fauci on his media restrictions, Trump contracting COVID, masks, voting and more; And, the COVID flight from Hell.
How many of Florida's felons will be able to vote in the swing state? Then, engineers say a private section of the border wall will eventually fail. And, Sir David Attenborough: The 60 Minutes Interview
The Battle for the Ballot | H.R. McMaster | Coach O and the Sideways Season
Episode 1 - 9-20-2020
Pennsylvania's battle over mail-in voting; Then, an interview with former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster; And, Ed Orgeron's journey from the bayou to LSU
America's popular television News magazine in which an ever changing team of CBS News correspondents contribute segments ranging from hard news coverage to politics to lifestyle and pop culture.
Mr. Woodward? The President, Spilling Across the Border, Joaquin Phoenix
Episode 50 - 9-13-2020
Donald Trump's conversations with Bob Woodward; Then, a different kind of border crisis: toxic waste in the Tijuana River spilling into California; Joaquin Phoenix: The 60 Minutes interview
The Ranger and the Serial Killer, Mind Reading, The Resurrection of St. Nicholas
Episode 49 - 9-06-2020
Extracting confessions from a serial killer; Then, how MRI scans are showing scientists the physical makeup of our thoughts; And, resurrecting the church destroyed on 9/11.
Red Flag, Talking To The Past
Episode 48 - 8-30-2020
Scott Pelley reports in the wake of mass shootings on how states have turned to ‘Red Flag’ laws that allow law enforcement to temporarily remove firearms from someone posing a threat. Colorado just passed such a law but residents there are fiercely divided—half the counties have declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries, with some sheriffs vowing not to enforce the law; produced by Ashley Velie. 75 years ago, the world was convulsed by a very different crisis than the pandemic we face today – the end of World War II. As Holocaust survivors near the end of their lives, Lesley Stahl reports in a double-length segment that thanks to a new project using artificial intelligence technology, they will be able to keep having conversations and telling their stories forever, produced by Shari Finkelstein. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this summer edition.
The Russian Hack, Kings of the Road, The Sandman
Episode 47 - 8-23-2020
Bill Whitaker reports how Russian operatives disrupted the 2016 elections after members from two Russian military intelligence units have been indicted for hacking into the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s computers and strategically disseminating the data to undermine individual candidates, produced by Graham Messick. Jon Wertheim looks at driverless truck technology, which is already being testing on the open road, and will go live on the nation’s highways sooner than many think, produced by Michael Karzis. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the comedian/actor Adam Sandler, who after leaving “Saturday Night Live” saw his career take off when he began making films that made billions at the box office, in preparation for his next movie, in which he plays against type as a desperate gambler, produced by John Hamlin and Kara Vaccaro. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this summer edition.
Psychedelic Science, Malta, Shakira
Episode 46 - 8-16-2020
Anderson Cooper reports on some promising studies claiming that psychedelic drugs can effectively treat people for depression, anxiety or even addictions to tobacco and alcohol, produced by Sarah Koch. Jon Wertheim reports from the island nation of Malta as European Union officials are sounding the alarm about a series of scandals involving allegations of bribery, cronyism and money laundering among top Maltese officials, produced by Michael Gavshon, David M. Levine and Aarthi Rajaraman. Bill Whitaker profiled Shakira, the multiple Grammy Award-winning singer, a few weeks before she performed at the halftime show for Super Bowl LIV as she strived for a perfection she admits is impossible, produced by Marc Lieberman. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for summer viewing.
Know My Name, Giant Panda
Episode 45 - 8-09-2020
Bill Whitaker presents a new double-length segment where Chanel Miller, the sexual assault victim previously known as “Emily Doe,” whose victim impact statement was read by millions before the modern #MeToo movement caught fire, tells her story for the first time. She recounts her ordeal after she was assaulted by a Stanford athlete and describes a judicial process she says victimized her all over again, produced by Graham Messick and Jack Weingart. Scott Pelley reports on the partnership between China and America’s Smithsonian National Zoo that has brought the giant panda back from near extinction. This previously broadcast segment, produced by Nicole Young, has been updated for summer viewing.
The Emerald Triangle, The Columbus Letters, Built By Angels
Episode 44 - 8-02-2020
Sharyn Alfonsi talks to cannabis producers in California three years after the state legalized adult use who are not seeing the legal market develop as predicted and say regulations and a robust black market are to blame, produced by Guy Campanile. Jon Wertheim reports on a letter written by Christopher Columbus describing his discovery of the Americas which became the world’s first best-seller when it was printed, distributed throughout Europe more than 500 years ago. Now the surviving copies are so rare and valuable that they’re being stolen and replaced with forgeries. Katherine Davis is the producer. Scott Pelley tells the remarkable story of the Ethiopian Orthodox Christmas vigil and the pilgrims that have been trekking to this mysterious holy site for centuries to visit its rock-hewn churches carved out of the African plateau, produced by Nicole Young. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for summer viewing.
Genetic Revolution, The Youngest Refugees, Vision of Music
Episode 43 - 7-26-2020
Dr. Jon LaPook reports about a successful clinical trial for a gene therapy for sickle cell anemia that may be a cure for the painful, chronic and often deadly disease, produced by Denise Schrier Cetta and Megan Kelty. Lesley Stahl reports from Jordan on how the creators of the legendary children’s show Sesame Street have joined forces with the International Rescue Committee to address the needs of Syrian child refugees by bringing a new gang of Muppets to the Middle East, produced by Shari Finkelstein. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the blind and truly gifted emerging jazz pianist, Matthew Whitaker, who's wowing audiences all over the world at just 18 years old and continuing to develop his prodigious talent, produced by Katy Textor, Kate Morris and Michael Karzis. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for summer viewing.
Nadia, A Populist Movement, The Wright Way
Episode 42 - 7-19-2020
Scott Pelley tells the story of a Yazidi woman who survived a genocide. He first met her five years ago in a refugee camp, shortly after she narrowly escaped from ISIS. That woman, Nadia Murad, went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize last year for her efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war; produced by Rachael Morehouse. Hungary’s populist government is spending billions to encourage women to have more children to solve its demographic problem. At the same time, it has built fences to keep immigrants out. Critics of the right wing government are outraged, Jon Wertheim reports; produced by Michael Gavshon. Bill Whitaker profiles the Wright family of Southern Utah, a clan sporting nine professional cowboys with five world rodeo titles among them, who live a lifestyle straight out of the old west; produced by Nichole Marks.
298 Counts of Murder, The Monuments, West Side Story
Episode 41 - 7-12-2020
Six years ago, a missile brought down Malaysia Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine, killing 298 on board. Next month, four men, three of them Russian, go on trial in a Dutch courtroom. Scott Pelley investigates the evidence and speaks to victims’ relatives and prosecutors; produced by Henry Schuster. Public monuments to the Confederacy have been generating controversy and sometimes violence over what critics consider their racist symbolism. Should they stay or should they be removed? Anderson Cooper examines the national debate; produced by Keith Sharman and Erin Horan. 60 Minutes gets unprecedented access to rehearsals of the modernized vision of an American musical theater classic, West Side Story. Bill Whitaker speaks to the directors and cast; produced by Ruth Streeter.
The Children of Flint, A Different Kind of Vision, Rafa
Episode 40 - 7-05-2020
Five years after the Flint water crisis, there are still long lines for water and new evidence of the long-term health impact on the city’s children, Sharyn Alfonsi reports; produced by Guy Campanile. Leslie Stahl revisits the remarkable story of architect Chris Downey, who lost his sight but found a way to keep working, and believes blindness has made him a better architect; produced by Shari Finkelstein. The world’s #1 tennis player, Rafael Nadal, takes Jon Wertheim back to his hometown on the beautiful Spanish island of Mallorca. But it’s not a vacation, as the court star known as “Rafa” to his fans, practices intensely every morning; produced by Nathalie Sommer.
Voting During the Pandemic, The Wild West of Testing, Probiotics
Episode 39 - 6-28-2020
Americans will vote for president in just a few months, and the pandemic has forced election officials to explore ways to keep the public safe at the polls and offer alternatives to in-person voting. As Bill Whitaker reports, so far, it’s not been an easy task; produced by Marc Lieberman and Ali Rawaf. Sharyn Alfonsi shares the results of a three-month investigation that revealed federal officials failed to immediately stop the distribution of many COVID-19 antibody tests they already knew were flawed, leading to inaccurate data about the spread of the virus; produced by Oriana Zill de Granados. Consumers spend tens of billions of dollars on probiotics that promise to improve health. Dr. Jon LaPook takes a look at the so-called “good bacteria” and whether all the hype is true; produced by Howard L. Rosenberg and Julie Holstein.
Lesley Stahl interviews Minneapolis’ Police Chief Medaria Arradondo as the department still reels from the killing of George Floyd; produced by Sarah Koch. A Bill Whitaker double-length segment investigates pharmaceutical companies’ playbooks to push opioids, and how law enforcement has scrambled to hold their executives accountable for fueling the epidemic; produced by Sam Hornblower.
The College Test, Exhume the Truth, Three Empty Chairs
Episode 37 - 6-14-2020
John Dickerson reports on the challenge to colleges and students as the institutions prepare to reopen in the fall amid the still-present pandemic; produced by Draggan Mihailovich. History has largely ignored the Greenwood Massacre, a two-day assault in 1921 on a thriving black community in Tulsa, Okla., in which an estimated 300 people – mostly African American men, women and children – were killed. Scott Pelley reports on a community trying to uncover the facts and the bodies in what’s been called the worst race riot in American history; produced by Nicole Young. The Merit Systems Protection Board gives two million federal civil service workers – including whistleblowers – a place to appeal should they be disciplined, demoted or fired. As Norah O’Donnell reports, the board now has a backlog of nearly 2,900 cases, because of the failure of the Senate to confirm any new members to the board in over eight years; produced by Keith Sharman and Alex J. Diamond.
Nation in Crisis, A Long Siege, Failure to Protect
Episode 35 - 6-07-2020
Sherrilyn Ifill on why George Floyd's death is a tipping point and how America can move forward; Then, San Antonio businesses continue reopening as Texas sees rise in coronavirus cases; And, Oklahoma child abuse law disproportionately penalizes women.
The Promise of Plasma, Spilling Across the Border, Perseverance
Episode 34 - 5-31-2020
Until new drugs are found to treat COVID-19, one of the more effective treatments has been plasma therapy. Bill Whitaker reports on how doctors are taking the blood plasma of COVID-19 survivors, and the virus-fighting antibodies in it, to create the life-saving therapy; produced by Michael Karzis, Julie Holstein and Howard L. Rosenberg. Lesley Stahl reports on raw sewage that is entering Southern California’s coast lands and waters from Tijuana, Mexico, just over the border; produced by Shachar Bar-On and Natalie Peel. In the most ambitious Mars rover mission yet, NASA hopes to launch Perseverance this summer to find evidence of ancient life on the “Red Planet,” Anderson Cooper reports; Andy Court produces.
Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Whistleblower, The Reckoning
Episode 33 - 5-17-2020
Fed Chair Jerome Powell tells Scott Pelley what the government and the Federal Reserve need to do to weather the unprecedented economic crisis precipitated by the pandemic; produced by Henry Schuster. A top government virologist says he was removed from his crucial role leading a unit fighting the pandemic because he spoke out against the administration’s advocacy of a drug unproven to help COVID patients. Norah O’Donnell talks to whistle-blower Rick Bright in his first television interview; produced by Keith Sharman, Rome Hartman and Adam Verdugo. Jon Wertheim takes a look at some of the possible changes spurred by the coronavirus pandemic’s profound effect on society; produced by Michael Gavshon.
The impact of politics on finding a vaccine for COVID-19; Amazon employees claiming their workplace is unsafe; virtually untraceable guns made at home using legally purchased parts.
The Jobless, Where Did the Money Go?, The State of Texas
Episode 31 - 5-03-2020
Americans unemployed by coronavirus share their stories; Then, small, medium-sized farmers on edge while trade war bailout money goes to some surprising recipients; And, medical workers using own money to keep health care system afloat in rural Texas.
Short Supply, Staying Well, The Resurrection of St. Nicholas
Episode 28 - 4-12-2020
New York's health care workers treating coronavirus describe lack of equipment, infections of colleagues; Then, dealing with the mental health issues brought on by the coronavirus pandemic; And, the resurrection of New York's St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church .
On the Frontline, Children of Flint, Kings of the Road
Episode 24 - 3-15-2020
Life inside an American coronavirus containment zone; Then, early results from 174 Flint children exposed to lead during water crisis shows 80% of them will require special education services; And, driverless trucks could disrupt the trucking industry as soon as 2021
How U.S. health officials and hospitals are handling the COVID-19 coronavirus; Then, Fiona Hill warns about Russian political meddling; And, the outdoor skating race that brings the Netherlands to a standstill
Michael Bloomberg | The Trial of a Navy SEAL | Array of Hope
Episode 22 - 3-01-2020
Michael Bloomberg – The billionaire presidential candidate takes questions about his campaign and his past, which rivals have used against him. Scott Pelley speaks to Michael Bloomberg days before the critical Super Tuesday primaries.
The Trial of a Navy SEAL – The Navy SEAL acquitted of murder in the case that became a cause celebre when President Trump intervened on his behalf talks about the events that led to his charges for the first time. David Martin reports. Array of Hope – The Bahamas, reeling from rare Category 5 hurricanes scientists blame on climate change, are embracing solar power and can set an example for the world, says the islands' prime minister. Bill Whitaker reports.
Bernie Sanders | 298 Counts of Murder | Vision of Music
Episode 21 - 2-23-2020
Bernie Sanders – Anderson Cooper profiles the self-described democratic socialist senator from Vermont, who currently leads the polls for the Democratic presidential nomination. 298 Counts of Murder – Six years ago, a missile brought down Malaysia Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine, killing 298 on board. Next month, four men, three of them Russian, go on trial in a Dutch courtroom. Scott Pelley investigates the evidence and speaks to victims' relatives and prosecutors. Vision of Music – Blind and truly gifted, Matthew Whitaker is wowing audiences all over the world at just 18 years old. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the emerging jazz pianist who continues to develop his prodigious talent.
"A Continent on Fire" looks at the massive, deadly bush fire that is threatening wildlife and people in Australia. "The Server" examines the corruption investigation into Ukraine. "West Side Story" goes behind the scenes at a modernized version of this classic of American musical theater play.
"Ultra Deep" rebroadcasts a look at how scientists in South Africa are looking for living organisms deep within the earth. "Fly Like an Eagle" rebroadcasts a profile of falconer Lauren McGough who has mastered the ancient skill of hunting with eagles. "Easter Island" rebroadcasts a segment on the isolated island in the South Pacific where the famous stone statues are fading away under the elements.
Frontotemporal Dementia/Pleistocene Park/John Green
Episode 18 - 2-02-2020
"Frontotemporal Dementia" rebroadcasts a look at the little-known but devastating disease that robs people of their personalities. "Pleistocene Park" rebroadcasts a look at a project in Siberia that is attempting to recreate an Ice Age ecosystem. "John Green" rebroadcasts an interview with the popular young adult author about mental illness.
Great Whites: Great white sharks are coming nearer U.S. beaches, but does it mean attacks on people will increase? Bill Whitaker reports, Rome Hartman produces.
The Wolves of Yellowstone: The once familiar howl of the wolf in the American West has returned to Yellowstone Park and its environs thanks to a careful re-introduction of the animal by the U.S. Park Service, but the number of wolves venturing into the states surrounding Yellowstone Park has some ranchers and hunters worried. Bill Whitaker reports, Rome Hartman and Sara Kuzmarov produced.
The Photo Ark: National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is attempting to photograph every living species in captivity. 60 Minutes cameras tag along on a shoot and see first-hand that animals can do the darndest things. Bill Whitaker reports, Robert Anderson and Aaron Weisz produced.
Venice is Drowning, Joaquin Phoenix, Rafa Venice is Drowning, Joaquin Phoenix, Rafa
Episode 16 - 1-12-2020
Venice is facing an uncertain future as it deals with increasingly higher tides blamed on climate change. Anderson Cooper profiles the Oscar-nominated actor from the controversial film Joker" and gets a rare interview with his family. The world's # 1 tennis player, Rafael Nadal, takes Jon Wertheim back to his hometown on the beautiful Spanish island of Mallorca.
Did Jeffrey Epstein kill himself? 60 Minutes investigates; Then, is lack of oversight at farms accelerating the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria?; And, the message Shakira hopes to deliver with her Super Bowl performance.
Genetic Revolution, Psychedelic Science, A Radical Solution
Episode 14 - 12-29-2019
An NIH clinical trial is ushering in a genetic revolution as an innovative type of gene therapy is used to attempt to cure sickle cell anemia; Then, Anderson Cooper reports on how psychedelics could help people with addiction and anxiety; And, one of the top medical schools in the United States goes tuition-free
Mark Bradford, The Pavarotti of Pasta, Built by Angels
Episode 13 - 12-22-2019
Anderson Cooper profiles artist Mark Bradford, who tackles complex social and political issues through abstract works; Then, 60 Minutes travels to Italy to meet Chef Massimo Bottura, whose kitchen creations are works of art; And, inside Lalibela, the mysterious holy site visited by 200,000 Ethiopian Christians on their annual pilgrimage.
Genetic Information Age; City On A Hill; The Sandman
Episode 11 - 12-08-2019
The day when humans will no longer be prone to viruses or genetic diseases is coming. A Palestinian businessman is building a city in the West Bank of Israel that he hopes will be the beginning of a future Palestinian state. His career took off after he left Saturday Night Live, when the comedian/actor began making films that made billions at the box office. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Adam Sandler for his next movie.
YouTube, Unsheltered, Built by Angels
Episode 10 - 12-01-2019
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki; how Seattle deals with its homeless crisis; the Ethiopian Orthodox Christmas vigil
Members from two Russian military intelligence units have been indicted for hacking into the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's computers. The Salvadoran woman who was the wife and mother of the drowned migrant father and daughter whose image in death captivated the world and framed the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Lesley Stahl reports on the use of functional magnetic resonance imaging and computer analysis to decode the physical makeup of our thoughts.
Jamie Dimon, Dimon in Detroit, Targeting the Truth
Episode 7 - 11-10-2019
Jamie Dimon, head of America's biggest bank, on politics, his company’s role in the 2008 financial crisis, and his paycheck; Then, a mega-bank's data-driven investment in Detroit; And, Maria Ressa: Reporting in the Philippines
Maria Butina, The Battle of Brexit, The Wright Way
Episode 6 - 11-03-2019
Maria Butina, a woman arrested for conspiracy to act as a foreign agent of the Russian state; Brexit, the United Kingdom's referendum to leave the EU; the best saddle bronc rodeo riders in the world.
Joe Biden, The Emerald Triangle, Giant Panda
Episode 5 - 10-27-2019
Joe Biden defends his son Hunter’s Ukraine dealings, answers for his gaffes; Then, how red tape and black market weed are buzzkills for California’s legal marijuana industry; And, saving the giant panda from extinction.
Tree of Life, Madame Lagarde, The Columbus Letters
Episode 4 - 10-20-2019
Recovering from the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history; Then, Christine Lagarde tells John Dickerson about the possible signs of a global recession; And, rare, million-dollar copies of a letter written by Christopher Columbus replaced with fakes
“60 Minutes” is on the streets of Hong Kong with pro-democracy demonstrators; then, Nobel laureate Nadia Murad's fight to bring ISIS to court; and, researchers experimenting with psychedelics to treat addiction, depression and anxiety
The Impeachment Debate, The Ranger and the Serial Killer, The Farmer’s Advocate
Episode 2 - 10-06-2019
An update on the Trump impeachment inquiry: Members of Congress weigh in; Then, how a Texas Ranger convinced serial killer Samuel Little to confess to murdering 93 people; And, Land O’Lakes CEO Beth Ford and the changing landscape of America’s farms
The Impeachment Inquiry, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Great White
Episode 1 - 9-29-2019
Norah O’Donnell interviews Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman for his first appearance on American television to discuss the murder of the Washington Post columnist, Jamal Khashoggi. It is also his first interview since his kingdom’s oil facilities were bombed. Next, Scott Pelley has been in the nation’s capital all week observing the raging impeachment inquiry into the presidency of Donald Trump, gathering the facts and people to tell this fascinating story, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif). Lastly, Bill Whitaker was on the water in New England and Nova Scotia earlier this month, where sightings of great white sharks close to beaches have created what scientists are saying is a mostly unwarranted fear. He reports on the resurgence of perhaps man’s most feared creature: the great white shark. Neither scientist nor beachgoer can deny there are many more of those big fish in the ocean than ever before.
For years she was known as "Emily Doe," the young woman sexually assaulted in 2015 by Brock Turner. Now, Chanel Miller is reclaiming her story; and, the brotherly love that helped Shaquem Griffin make it to the NFL as a one-handed player.
Online Overdose, Frontotemporal Dementia, Mark Bradford
Episode 50 - 9-15-2019
Deadly fentanyl bought online from China is being shipped through the mail; then, Bill Whitaker reports on FTD, a devastating illness and the most common form of dementia for Americans under the age of 60; and, Mark Bradford: The “60 Minutes” Interview.
Steve Kroft, The Isle of Eigg
Episode 49 - 9-08-2019
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl looks back at Steve Kroft’s career; and, just off Scotland, a tiny island with one main road is a testament to human independence.
Targeting Americans, A radical solution, The Ride of His Life
Episode 48 - 9-01-2019
Brain trauma suffered by U.S. diplomats abroad could be work of hostile foreign government; Then, how the NYU School of Medicine is going tuition-free; And, riding the waves of Nazaré with Garrett McNamara.
How cybercriminals hold data hostage... and why the best solution is often paying a ransom. Then, who's responsible for the opioid epidemic? Doctors or pharmaceutical companies? And, Tim Green: Coping with the ALS he thinks was caused by the game he loves
Pegasus, Plastic Plague
Episode 46 - 8-18-2019
The CEO of Israeli spyware-maker NSO on fighting terror, Khashoggi murder, and Saudi Arabia; and, cleaning up the plastic in the ocean.
To Catch a Spy, A Different Kind of Vision, Alma
Episode 45 - 8-11-2019
How a former CIA officer was caught betraying his country; then, an architect goes blind, says he's actually gotten better at his job; and, Alma Deutscher: The prodigy whose "first language" is Mozart.
Survivors Network, Ultra Deep, The Future Factory
Episode 44 - 8-04-2019
Parents of a 2012 Aurora, Colorado, shooting victim travel the country to help others impacted by mass shootings; Then, what lies at the bottom of one of the deepest holes ever dug by man?; And, making ideas into reality at MIT's 'Future Factory'
The Principles of Ray Dalio, Robots to the Rescue, Monaco
Episode 43 - 7-28-2019
Ray Dalio says wealth inequality is a national emergency; then, robots come to the rescue after Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster; and, inside Monaco: The ultimate playground for the rich.
The Dutch Solution, Redemption, Fly Like An Eagle
Episode 42 - 7-21-2019
How Dutch stormwater management could mitigate damage from hurricanes; then, meet a convicted felon who became a Georgetown law professor; and, how an Oklahoma woman learned to fly like an eagle in Mongolia
The Oracle of A.I., John Green, The Pavarotti of Pasta
Episode 41 - 7-14-2019
How one man is advancing artificial intelligence; then, author John Green talks about reaching young adults and dealing with mental illness; and, Chef Massimo Bottura: The Pavarotti of pasta
Billionaire on the Bus, Pleistocene Park, JR
Episode 40 - 7-07-2019
A venture capitalist spreading funding to Middle America; then, bringing back pieces of the Ice Age to combat climate change; And, larger than life displays by French photographer JR
Taking Aim at Opioids, The Nuremberg Prosecutor, Into the Wild
Episode 39 - 6-30-2019
Opioid Crisis: The lawsuits that could bankrupt manufacturers and distributors; Then, what the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive wants the world to know; And, into the wild with Thomas D. Mangelsen
Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez; Malta; The Unlikely Inventor
Episode 38 - 6-23-2019
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), the youngest woman ever elected to Congress; and former Boston lawyer Marshall Medoff, who has invented a process to produce an environmentally friendly transportation fuel from inedible plant life. Also: corruption in Malta.
High Velocity; This Is No Ordinary Lawsuit; Paul McCarrtney
Episode 37 - 6-23-2019
The AR 15-style rifle's impact on the protocols of first responders and emergency rooms; and a lawsuit filed by children against the federal government regarding climate change. Also: Paul McCartney.
Ryan Speedo Green, The Photo Ark, Jaap
Episode 36 - 6-17-2019
Ryan Speedo Green: From juvenile delinquency to opera stardom; then, saving memories of animals with Joel Sartore's Photo Ark; and, meet Jaap van Zweden, the new maestro of the New York Philharmonic.
SGB, Huntington, WV, Game of Thrones
Episode 35 - 6-16-2019
SGB: A possible breakthrough treatment for PTSD; then, cops bring addiction counselor on drug raids to fight opioid crisis; and, behind the scenes on "Game of Thrones".
Rare Earth Elements, Jerry And Marge Selbee, Samuel L. Jackson
Episode 34 - 6-09-2019
China's dominance in the rare Earth metals industry, which creates potential leverage in the U.S.-China trade war; a retired couple from Michigan who figured out how to win millions in state lotteries; and Samuel J. Jackson, whose career didn't take off until middle age.
The Chairman, Last Shot In Oakland, To Kill a Mockingbird
Episode 33 - 6-02-2019
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell: The 60 Minutes interview; Then, the talent and mindset behind the Golden State Warriors' dynasty; And, "To Kill a Mockingbird" comes to Broadway.
Friendly Fire, Attu
Episode 32 - 5-26-2019
Why were 5 U.S. soldiers killed by an American bomber in Afghanistan? And, how a Japanese medic and American soldier became linked by World War II’s Battle of Attu.
Money Laundering, Rainbow Railroad, Bitcoin Pizza
Episode 31 - 5-19-2019
"One Loose Thread" talks to the whistle-blower who helped to uncover a $230 billion Russia money laundering scheme. "Rainbow Railroad" looks at a Canadian group that helps hundreds of LGBT people who live in countries where their lives are at risk. "Bitcoin's Wild Ride" looks at the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies.
The Price of Generics, The Most Unlikely Meeting, Mark Bradford
Episode 30 - 5-12-2019
"The Price of Generics" looks at a sweep lawsuit that accuses generic drug manufacturers of price fixing. "The Most Unlikely Meeting" looks at a program that helps the families of victims of violent crime meet the perpetrators of those crimes. "Mark Bradford" profiles the American artist.
The growing partnership between Russia's government and cybercriminals; then, could antibiotic-resistant 'superbugs' become a bigger killer than cancer?; and, Easter Island’s famous moai statues slowly fading away
Nancy Pelosi; Game Of Thrones; Golden State Warriors
Episode 26 - 4-14-2019
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.); behind the scenes with the actors and producers of "Game of Thrones"; the Golden State Warriors prepare to leave Oakland for their new home in San Francisco.
The Principles of Ray Dalio, A Radical Solution, Attu
Episode 25 - 4-07-2019
Ray Dalio says wealth inequality is a national emergency; then, How the NYU School of Medicine is going tuition-free; And, how a Japanese medic and American soldier became linked by World War II’s Battle of Attu.
Parents of a 2012 Aurora, Colorado shooting victim travel the country to help others impacted by mass shootings; then, Siberia's Pleistocene Park: Bringing back pieces of the Ice Age to combat climate change; and, a German-style program at a Connecticut maximum security prison emphasizes rehab for inmates
Pegasus, All Bets Are On, Samuel L. Jackson
Episode 23 - 3-24-2019
The CEO of Israeli spyware-maker NSO on fighting terror, Khashoggi murder, and Saudi Arabia; then, will legalized sports betting curtail corruption or encourage it?; and, Samuel L. Jackson: A long, vigorous career still in full stride
Targeting Americans, Billionaire on the Bus, Monaco
Episode 22 - 3-17-2019
rain trauma suffered by U.S. diplomats abroad could be work of hostile foreign government; then, a venture capitalist is spreading funding to Middle America; and, Anderson Cooper goes inside Monaco: the ultimate playground for the rich
The Chairman, ACLU, Genetic Revolution
Episode 21 - 3-10-2019
Fed Chair Jerome Powell is asked if the Fed is done raising interest rates and whether or not he thinks President Trump can fire him; then, the ACLU's surprising new political strategy, modeled in part after the NRA; and, could gene therapy cure sickle cell anemia?
"This Is No Ordinary Lawsuit," Off Track, Cracking the Code
Episode 20 - 3-03-2019
The climate change lawsuit that could stop the U.S. government from supporting fossil fuels; and, how America’s railroads stand on safety measures; then, closing the gender gap in the tech industry
Did the FDA ignite the opioid epidemic? Then, should a former terrorist be allowed into witness protection? And, China's drive to dominate the electric car industry
Andrew McCabe, The Chibok Girls
Episode 18 - 2-17-2019
Former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe tells 60 Minutes about taking over for James Comey, starting investigations of President Trump, interactions with the president and his own firing; and, Chibok survivors of kidnapping by Boko Haram share their stories
Howard Schultz, Small Satellites, Big Data, Jerry and Marge Selbee
Episode 17 - 1-27-2019
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says he's considering independent run for president; Then, small satellites take more than 1 million photos of the Earth every day; And, how a retired couple found lottery odds in their favor
The Committee, The Oracle of AI, A Different Kind of Vision
Episode 16 - 1-13-2019
Elijah Cummings' new power as House Oversight Committee chairman; then, how one man is advancing artificial intelligence; and, an architect goes blind, says he’s actually gotten better at his job
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, President El-Sisi, An Unlikely Inventor
Episode 15 - 1-06-2019
The rookie congresswoman challenging the Democratic establishment; then, Egypt's President El-Sisi denies ordering massacre in interview his government later tried to block; and, the unlikely, eccentric inventor turning inedible plant life into fuel
Chef Massimo Bottura: The Pavarotti of pasta; then, Steve Kroft and Bob Simon report on the Scottish Island of Islay, home to some of the world's premium single-malt scotch whiskies; and, Paul McCartney speaks to 60 Minutes
Elon Musk opens up to Lesley Stahl about Twitter, pot, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Model 3 and Tesla; then, a groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids; and, Ryan Speedo Green: From juvenile delinquency to opera stardom.
Widespread use of naloxone, an opioid overdose antidote, is needed more than ever in the U.S. 60 Minutes reports on one drug company that claims to be increasing access by pricing an injector of naloxone at $4000+; And, Tim Green on coping with the ALS he thinks was caused by the game he loves.
Your Data, Ultra Deep, The Pact
Episode 7 - 11-11-2018
The law that lets Europeans take back their data from big tech companies; then, what lies at the bottom of one of the deepest holes ever dug by man?; and, the Griffin brothers' journey to the NFL.
High Velocity, As Goes Texas, The Ride of His Life
Episode 6 - 11-04-2018
What makes the AR-15 style rifle the weapon of choice for mass shooters?; Then, how Ted Cruz vs. Beto O'Rourke could predict America's political future; And, riding the waves of Nazaré with Garrett M...
The Kavanaugh Vote, John Green, The Pavarotti of Pasta
Episode 2 - 10-07-2018
Senators Susan Collins, Heidi Heitkamp explain their Kavanaugh confirmation votes; then Jon Wertheim profiles best-selling author John Green on reaching young adults and dealing with mental illness, who is also a star of YouTube podcasting; and Lesley Stahl goes to Modena, Italy, to meet chef Massimo Bottura: The Pavarotti of pasta to taste and see why his restaurant ranks No. 1 on the list of the top 50 eateries in the world.
Paul McCartney, The Compromise, Inside the Epidemic
Episode 1 - 9-30-2018
The Season 51 premiere examines the origins of the opioid epidemic, including a prison interview with a pain clinic doctor who made over $6,000 a day pushing opioids, shows no remorse and was sentenced to 157 years in prison for drug trafficking. Also: Paul McCartney says he can't read or write music shares rare details from the Beatles years and his subsequent decades as the most successful musician in popular music history. And, Inside the decision to delay Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation.
The Dutch Solution, The Power of Google, Into the Wild
Episode 55 - 9-23-2018
A look at how the Dutch prevent floodwaters from inundating their low-lying country; the power of Google; wildlife photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen.
The Theranos Deception, Impact, Future Factor
Episode 54 - 9-16-2018
How a company with a blood-testing machine that could never perform as touted went from billion-dollar baby to complete bust; then, combat veterans coming home with CTE; and, making ideas into reality
Aly Raisman, Clones
Episode 53 - 9-09-2018
Aly Raisman speaks out about sexual abuse; and, the polo team that uses cloned horses
The Data Miner, The Shooting, The Price of Admission
Episode 52 - 9-02-2018
Untangling the Facebook data scandal; then, Rep. Steve Scalise on surviving his life-threatening gunshot wound; and, why Bill and Melinda Gates put 20,000 students through college.
War Crime, Saving a Generation, Second Act
Episode 51 - 8-26-2018
The Fighter, Collateral Damage, The Harvard Lampoon
Episode 50 - 8-19-2018
Hacking Democracy, the Legacy of Lynching, For Better or For Worse
Episode 49 - 8-12-2018
What happened when Russia hacked the United States' election infrastructure?; then, inside the memorial to victims of lynching; and, following a couple from diagnosis to the final stages of Alzheimer...
Wounds of War, The Leaning Tower of San Francisco, Jennifer Lawrence
Episode 48 - 8-05-2018
When hospitals become targets; then, San Francisco's leaning tower of lawsuits; and, Jennifer Lawrence's surprising trip to the top of Hollywood.
Inside al Qaeda, At the Zoo
Episode 47 - 7-29-2018
An FBI undercover operative tells Scott Pelley how he infiltrated al Qaeda; and, matchmaking for zoo animals
Pelican Bay, Vast, Airlift
Episode 46 - 7-22-2018
Reforming solitary confinement at an infamous California prison; then, spectacular revelations courtesy of Hubble; and, saving rhino with helicopters
The Monuments, Seaweed, Alma
Episode 45 - 7-15-2018
The history and future of Confederate monuments; then, seaweed farming and its surprising benefits; and, the prodigy whose “first language” is Mozart
Redemption, Voyagers, The Young American
Episode 44 - 7-08-2018
Meet a convicted felon who became a Georgetown law professor; then, the little spacecraft that could; and, will Christian Pulisic be the next big name in soccer?
50 years of 60 Minutes
Episode 43 - 7-01-2018
Steve Kroft, Scott Pelley, Lesley Stahl, Bill Whitaker and more look back at 50 seasons of 60 Minutes
Human Cargo, Governor Brown, The Isle of Eigg
Episode 42 - 6-24-2018
Scott Pelley reports on human smuggling across the southern border; then, the governor who's castigating the president on climate change; and, Steve Kroft ventures to the Isle of Eigg
The Whistleblower, Donald Sutherland
Episode 41 - 6-17-2018
An ex-DEA agent says the opioid crisis has been fueled by the drug industry and Congress; and, the long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland
Singapore Summit, Secret Weapon, JR
Episode 40 - 6-10-2018
What’s at stake when President Trump meets with Kim Jong Un?; then, Facebook "embeds," Russia and the Trump campaign's secret weapon; and, larger than life displays by French photographer JR
Gynecological Mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing; then, Bill Whitaker reports on how the opioid epidemic is leaving grandparents to raise grandchildren; and, is shock therapy making a comeback?
The Rockford File, Orphans of War, Into the Wild
Episode 34 - 5-06-2018
Lesley Stahl reports on the problem with prescription drug prices; then, saving the orphans of war; and, into the wild with Thomas D. Mangelsen
CRISPR, The Gates Scholars, Seaweed
Episode 33 - 4-29-2018
Bill Whitaker reports on CRISPR, the gene-editing tool revolutionizing biomedical research; then, why Bill and Melinda Gates put 20,000 students through college; and, seaweed farming and its surprising benefits.
Untangling the Facebook Data Scandal, Inside MIT's 'Future Factory', For Better or Worse: Living with Alzheimer's
Episode 32 - 4-22-2018
Lesley Stahl reports on Aleksandr Kogan, the link between Facebook and Cambridge Analytica; then, Scott Pelley goes inside MIT’s ‘Future Factory’; and, for better or worse, living with Alzheimer's.
The Stormy Daniels 60 Minutes interview, 'The Greek Freak'
Episode 28 - 3-25-2018
Stormy Daniels describes her alleged affair with Donald Trump; and, Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks' 'Greek Freak'
Students of Stoneman Douglas, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia
Episode 27 - 3-18-2018
A group of survivors of the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School who refer to themselves as the "mass-shooting generation" have made it their mission to bring about gun reform.
The Saudi crown prince talks to 60 Minutes.In his first interview with an American television network, Mohammed bin Salman shared his thoughts on Iran, the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, his country’s troubled past and its hopeful future.
Crisis in Chicago, Passports for Sale, The Rum War
Episode 15 - 1-01-2017
Bill Whitaker reports on Chicago's surge in murders and discovers an alarming situation; then, Steve Kroft reports on how cash-starved countries offer citizenship for a price; and, who makes the real Havana Club rum? Sharyn Alfonsi reports.
Charlie Rose meets the members and the maestro of the Pope's Choir; then, 60 Minutes director's cut of "Hamilton" offers more on the Broadway smash.
The White Helmets, The Pope's Choir, Denzel
Episode 13 - 12-18-2016
Scott Pelley reports on fighting for life in Syria's vicious civil war; then, Charlie Rose meets the members and the maestro of the Pope's Choir; and, Bill Whitaker reports on actor Denzel Washington's "fourth-quarter" mission.
Benjamin Netanyahu, The New Colombia, Lost
Episode 12 - 12-11-2016
Lesley Stahl interviews Israel's prime minister; then, how unconventional thinking transformed a war-torn Colombia; and, the story of a man who returned to his childhood home against the odds.
The Speaker of the House, The Golden Triangle, Drive-by Lawsuits
Episode 11 - 12-04-2016
Speaker Ryan's "strange bedfellows" partnership with Trump; then, how an economic developer is bringing factory jobs back to Mississippi; and, what's a "drive-by lawsuit"? Anderson Cooper reports.
The Prime Minister, The Alzheimer's Laboratory, Castro
Episode 10 - 11-27-2016
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi explains his radical plan for Italy; then, can Alzheimer's be prevented? Lesley Stahl reports on a family that may hold the key to that critical question; and, Edward R. Murrow's interview with Fidel Castro.
The Battle for Mosul, The National Mood, The Zika Virus
Episode 7 - 11-06-2016
Lara Logan reports from Iraq's second-largest city, which is being taken back by the Iraqi Army; then, Americans voters on the 2016 presidential election as it comes to an end; and the fight against Zika in the U.S.
In God's Name, The Pot Vote, The Music of Zomba Prison
Episode 6 - 10-30-2016
An American guilty of supporting ISIS speaks in his first interview with Scott Pelley; then, Dr. Jon LaPook reports on what's known about recreational pot as five states ready to vote on making it legal; and, Anderson Cooper visits Zomba prison in Malawi where music offers hope amidst bleak conditions.
Ask Ohio, Thrown for a Loss, The Influences
Episode 5 - 10-23-2016
Candidates who win Ohio have won the presidency in every election since 1964. Several of the NFL's biggest stars have lost a total of $43 million in a risky venture. Twenty something social media stars are earning big money for pitching products.
Finding Refuge, The Brothers Rosenberg
Episode 4 - 10-16-2016
Bill Whitaker reports on the road to America as a Syrian refugee; and, the sons of infamous Cold War spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg speak with Andeson Cooper about their parents' case, shedding new light on one of the central events of the Cold War.
Artificial intelligence is positioned to be game-changer, Charlie Rose reports and, "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston on unexpectedly making it big. Steve Kroft profiles the actor; then, veterinarians help save Africa's endangered mountain gorilla, Lara Logan reports.
The Arctic Frontier, Nate Parker, Don't Mess with Mary Quin
Episode 2 - 10-02-2016
Climate change shapes next battle over oil and mineral resources; then, Hollywood director's first TV interview on 1999 rape case; and a former-Xerox exec on how she brought a radical British cleric to justice.
The King, The New Cold War (2), The Picasso Portfolio
Episode 1 - 9-25-2016
Scott Pelley interviews Jordan's letter, King Abdullah II; then, what are the chances the next president would have to make a decision on whether to use nuclear weapons? David Martin reports; and, never-before-seen Picassos -- were they really a gift or was the artwork stolen?
The Libertarian Ticket, The New Cold War (1), Rising in the East
Episode 55 - 9-18-2016
Steve Kroft interviews the Libertarian candidates who are taking on the two-party system; then, 60 Minutes gets a rare look inside U.S. Strategic Command; and, Holly Williams reports on how the Chinese film industry aims to take on Hollywood.
The 9/11 Museum, Gold Star Parents, Earthquake Alley
Episode 54 - 9-11-2016
Lesley Stahl reports on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum; then, parents of fallen heroes unite to cope with loss; and, Oklahoma's rise in quakes linked to man-made causes.
Hacking Your Phone, 30 Years on Death Row, The Collider
Episode 53 - 9-04-2016
How cellphones and mobile phone networks are vulnerable to hacking; then, the wrongful murder conviction of a man sentenced to death; and, extra dimensions? Dark matter? A more powerful Collider hunts for clues.
Anonymous, Inc., Switching Teams
Episode 52 - 8-28-2016
Hidden cameras capture NY lawyers being asked to move highly questionable funds into the U.S.; and, Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar on coming out as transgender.
Strike-through, Fintech, The Slave Ship
Episode 51 - 8-21-2016
60 Minutes investigates medical gear sold during Ebola crisis; then, Lesley Stahl reports on what's being called the financial technology revolution; and, a journey to recover the first artifacts known to be preserved from a slave ship.
Not Paid, The Hidden Holocaust, Lewis Hamilton
Episode 50 - 8-14-2016
Lesley Stahl reports on a life insurance industry investigation; then, a priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust; and, Charlie Rose profiles three-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton.
Heroin In The Heartland, Christopher Wheeldon, Bonobos
Episode 49 - 8-07-2016
What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic, Bill Whitaker reports; then, Lesley Stahl profiles one of the most celebrated ballet choreographers today; and, endangered primates live in female-dominated society and prefer to make love not war.
Life After Death Row, Top of the World, The Children's Village
Episode 48 - 7-31-2016
Scott Pelley hears the story of three people who were exonerated after spending years in prison; then, Sharyn Alfonsi reports one of the most significant efforts to study climate change; and, Bill Whitaker meets the two legal guardians of nearly 100 children in Tanzania.
The Democratic Ticket, Make-A-Wish
Episode 47 - 7-24-2016
Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, speak to Scott Pelley in their first joint interview; then, Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children.
The Republican Ticket, Bastille Day Tragedy, Mountain Lions of L.A.
Episode 46 - 7-17-2016
Donald Trump and Gov. Mike Pence speak to Lesley Stahl in their first joint interview; Seth Doane reports from Nice, France; and, Bill Whitaker reports on the big cats some L.A. residents are calling neighbors.
The Gaskos, The Execution of Joseph Wood; Danny Clinch
Episode 45 - 7-10-2016
The execution of Joseph Wood, which took nearly two hours, the longest in U.S. history; federal law enforcement trackers discuss how they located and arrested gangster Whitey Bulger; photographer Danny Clinch.
A Night at the Movies
Episode 44 - 7-03-2016
A special edition of "60 Minutes Presents" takes a look at the new force behind "Star Wars;" British veteran actor Michael Caine; and, the difficult task of making a film about Steve Jobs.
El Chapo, The Resurrection Of St. Benedict's Bubba
Episode 43 - 6-26-2016
Bill Whitaker gives the inside story of the hunt for and recapture of "El Chapo"; then, Scott Pelley reports on a unique school in Newark; and, Sharyn Alfonsi shows how Bubba Watson wants to improve himself, not his golf.
Smart Guns, 28 Pages, Taking On The Eiger
Episode 42 - 6-19-2016
Is the U.S. ready for smart guns? Lesley Stahl reports; then, top secret "28 pages"; may hold clues about Saudi support for 9/11 hijackers; and, an extreme sportsman uses a three-sport technique to descend the Eiger.
Update on the Orlando Mass Shooting, Lost in the Bermuda Triangle, Hamilton
Episode 41 - 6-12-2016
Scott Pelley's report on the sinking of the cargo ship El Faro; and, 60 Minutes director's cut of "Hamilton" offers more on the Broadway smash and may be last chance to see Lin-Manuel Miranda before he steps down.
A New Direction on Drugs, The Greatest, Little Jazz Man
Episode 40 - 6-05-2016
Top drug official Michael Botticelli says the old war on drugs is all wrong; 60 Minutes revisits a classic 1996 segment on Muhammad Ali, who died at age 74; And, Joey Alexander plays jazz like a veteran, but he's just 12 years old.
John Brennan, King of Coal, The Future of Money
Episode 39 - 5-29-2016
Scott Pelley interviews CIA director John Brennan; Anderson Cooper reports on the case against former coal company CEO Don Blankenship; Lesley Stahl reports on M-PESA, a mobile phone-based payment system in Kenya.
After Shock, $80 Million Con, The Last Vaquitas
Episode 38 - 5-22-2016
David Martin reports on a National Guard recruiting program that was taken advantage of by some guardsmen; Anderson Cooper reports on the most lucrative art fraud scam in history; Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the world's most endangered marine mammal.
All in the Family, Inside Edge, Valerie Jarrett
Episode 37 - 5-22-2016
Morley Safer reports on the Antinori family of wine makers in Tuscany, Italy; Bill Whitaker interviews the analyst involved in helping bring down the Galleon hedge fund management firm; Norah O'Donnell profiles White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett.
Morley Safer: A Reporter's Life
Episode 36 - 5-15-2016
A celebration of Morley Safer's career includes interviews with former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, historian David McCullough and retired U.S. Brig. Gen. Joe Stringham.
Breakthrough Status, Collateral Damage
Episode 35 - 5-15-2016
Scott Pelley follows patients in a Duke clinical trial of a new cancer therapy that the FDA has granted breakthrough status; and, Bill Whitaker reports on how the U.S. fight against Chinese espionage has ensnared innocent Americans.
Russia's Dark Secret, The Killing Machine, Earthquake Alley
Episode 34 - 5-08-2016
Russian doping at Sochi Winter Olympics exposed; then, Oklahoma's rise in quakes linked to man-made causes; and, exposing the ISIS killing machine.
Strike-through, Fintech, The Children's Village
Episode 33 - 5-01-2016
60 Minutes investigates medical gear sold during Ebola crisis; then, Lesley Stahl reports on what's being called the financial technology revolution; and, Bill Whitaker meets a "Mom" and "Dad" who have teamed up to nurture 94 Tanzanian children.
The Heroin Epidemic, Dialing for Dollars, and Gold Star Parents
Episode 32 - 4-24-2016
Should heroin be treated as a medical or a legal problem? Bill Whitaker reports from Ohio on how the hard-hit state is handling the crisis; including its use of drug courts. Stop fundraising, start working, says Fla. Rep. David Jolly, who is seeking to ban federal-elected officials from dialing for dollars. They're called "Gold Star Parents" and, once a year, they come together to remember the military heroes who are their children and to share an intimate truth: life is lost, but love does not end
Not Paid, Rikers Island, Hacking Your Phone
Episode 31 - 4-17-2016
Lesley Stahl investigates the life insurance industry; then, Bill Whitaker reports on a disturbing pattern of neglect and excessive force at Rikers Island; and, everything is hackable -- including your phone.
28 Pages, Rising in the East, Switching Teams
Episode 30 - 4-10-2016
Top secret report may hold clues about Saudi support for 9/11; ?Hollywood, watch out,? says an American film producer on the rise of Chinese cinema; and, a transgender Harvard swimmer?s choice.
Crime and Punishment, Christopher Wheeldon, Bubba
Episode 29 - 4-03-2016
Privacy, weekend leave, keys...This is prison? Bill Whitaker reports on the German prison system; then, pro golfer Bubba Watson tells Sharyn Alfonsi he wants to improve himself, not his game; and, Lesley Stahl profiles a choreographer who is bringing ballet to Broadway -- and beyond.
Make-A-Wish, The Health Wagon, The Giving Pledge
Episode 28 - 3-27-2016
Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children; Then, Scott Pelley meets nurse practitioners who are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured, working poor in Appalachia; and, Charlie Rose reports on new club for billionaires.
The Resurrection of St. Benedicts, Presidente Macri, Cornel West
Episode 27 - 3-20-2016
Their school motto is "Whatever hurts my brother hurts me" and their graduation rate is 98 percent. Scott Pelley reports on a unique school in Newark.
Encryption, Aid in Dying, Starchitect
Episode 26 - 3-13-2016
Lesley Stahl reports on a texting app favored by ISIS that features encryption; Dr. Jon LaPook reports on terminally-ill patients who can take a legally prescribed overdose of drugs to end their lives; Morley Safer profiles architect Bjarke Ingels.
Prime Minister Trudeau, King of Coal, Death Row in Livingston Texas
Episode 25 - 3-06-2016
Justin Trudeau, the new, young leader and scion of Canadian political royalty talks to Lara Logan; then, Anderson Cooper reports on the landmark case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship; and, 60 Minutes cameras go inside the busiest death row in America.
Dead Or Alive, Face Blindness
Episode 24 - 2-28-2016
Thousands of errors to the Social Security Administration's Death Master File can result in fraudulent payments -- costing taxpayers billions. Scott Pelley reports; then, Lesley Stahl reports on face blindness, a puzzling neurological disorder.
Preserving The Past
Episode 23 - 2-28-2016
Scott Pelley reports on an African American museum in Washington, D.C.; Morley Safer looks at architectural treasures falling into disrepair in Italy; Lara Logan visits the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona.
Recapture of El Chapo, Elaine Weinstein, Danny Boyle
Episode 22 - 2-21-2016
Bill Whitaker reports on the search and recapture of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman; Lesley Stahl interviews Elaine Weinstein, whose husband, Warren, was kidnapped by al-Qaeda in Pakistan in 2011; Steve Kroft interviews director Danny Boyle and the cast of "Steve Jobs."
John Brennan, Danny Clinch, FIFA
Episode 21 - 2-14-2016
The head of the CIA outlines the threat to America posed by ISIS and discusses other security concerns; then, not playing by the rules? Steve Kroft reports on the unfolding FIFA scandal; and, Anderson Cooper profiles photographer Danny Clinch who captures the music world's "in-between" moments.
Money Laundering; Greenland Melting
Episode 20 - 1-31-2016
See what happens when hidden cameras capture New York lawyers being asked to move highly questionable funds into the U.S. Steve Kroft reports; then, Sharyn Alfonsi reports from the top of the world on one of the most significant efforts to study climate change happening today.
Heroin in the Heartland, Alive and Kickin', David Bowie
Episode 19 - 1-24-2016
What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic: heroin addiction; then, Lesley Stahl reports on a show in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up; and, unaired interview clips from the never-completed 60 Minutes profile on David Bowie.
Make-A-Wish, The Health Wagon, The Giving Pledge
Episode 18 - 1-24-2016
Bill Whitaker reports on Make-A-Wish Foundation; Scott Pelley visits with nurse practitioners who provide healthcare services to uninsured working poor in Appalachia; Charlie Rose interviews billionaires Warren Buffet, and Bill and Melinda Gates, who plan on giving half of their fortunes to charity.
The Great Brain Robbery, Sean Penn, Mountain Lions of L.A.
Episode 17 - 1-17-2016
Economic espionage sponsored by the Chinese government is costing U.S. corporations money and jobs; then, Sean Penn on his controversial meeting with the drug kingpin known as "El Chapo;" and Los Angeles is the only megacity in the world where mountain lions live side-by-side with humans.
Road to Syria, Life After Death Row, Hamilton
Episode 16 - 1-10-2016
Bill Whitaker reports from inside the Syrian base from which Russia is launching air strikes in support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad; then, three unjustly convicted people who spent years in prison and then were exonerated tell Scott Pelley how they are adjusting to being free; and, Charlie Rose reports on an unorthodox musical with a diverse cast about the life of Alexander Hamilton.
Lost In The Bermuda Triangle, Agromafia, Little Jazz Man
Episode 15 - 1-03-2016
Scott Pelley's report on the sinking of the El Faro shows video for the first time of the cargo ship 15,000 feet beneath the Atlantic; then, Bill Whitaker reports on food fraud in Italy; and, Anderson Cooper profiles 12-year-old jazz prodigy Joey Alexander.
Episode 14 - 12-27-2015
Stories of murder, mayhem and the Mafia on a special edition of 60 Minutes
Apple CEO Tim Cook addresses issues concerning his company including encryption technology, corporate taxes, and manufacturing products in China; and, Michael Caine, the veteran British actor who's made dozens of films and won two Oscars over 50 years, is still going strong as a leading man at the age of 82.
The New Force Behind Star Wars, Lewis Hamilton
Episode 12 - 12-13-2015
Top drug official Michael Botticelli says the old war on drugs is all wrong, and wants to refocus the country's drug policy; J.J. Abrams, the director of the latest "Star Wars" installment takes Bill Whitaker behind the scenes; A three-time world champion in Formula One racing describes driving multimillion-dollar cars, winning races all over the globe, and his rise to the top.
Confidential Informants, Bonobos
Episode 11 - 12-06-2015
A report on young confidential informers used in the war on drugs; a visit to an orphanage in the Congo that cares for bonobos.
The Last Prisoner, The Execution of Jospeh Wood, Taking on the Eiger
Episode 10 - 11-29-2015
Alan Gross talks with Scott Pelley in his first interview about his five-year captivity in Cuba; Bill Whitaker reports on the longest execution in U.S. history; 60 Minutes cameras capture an extreme sportsman descending the Eiger in the Swiss Alps.
Active Shooter, Common Enemy, The Future of Money
Episode 9 - 11-22-2015
U.S. police departments are training officers how to respond to active shooter attacks; then, Lara Logan reports from the battle lines against ISIS in Iraq; and, a "mobile money" revolution has swept Kenya, where people can send and receive money on their cell phones.
The Paris Attacks, The Speaker of the House, Football and the Brain
Episode 8 - 11-15-2015
Scott Pelley interviews survivors of the Paris terror attacks; then, newly-elected House Speaker Paul Ryan discusses his plans for the job he almost turned down; and, Steve Kroft examines the state of concussion safety and science in football.
Into Dangerous Hands, The Collider, Hamilton
Episode 7 - 11-08-2015
Scott Pelley uncovers critical lapses in the U.S. security clearance process that millions must pass to work with America?s secrets; then, what else will the Large Hadron Collider reveal as it begins work at nearly double the power?; and, an unorthodox musical about the life of Alexander Hamilton.
Heroin In The Heartland, Smart Guns, The Slave Ship
Episode 6 - 11-01-2015
The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban. What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic. Smart-gun technology is not new, yet these guns are not mass-produced or sold in the U.S., partly due to fears they are a backdoor to greater gun control. Scott Pelley reports on the Smithsonian and the Slave Wrecks Project's journey to recover the first artifacts known to be preserved from a slave ship.
Vice President Biden, Inside the Air War, The New Burma
Episode 5 - 10-25-2015
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, speak with Norah O?Donnell; then, 60 Minutes goes inside the U.S. command center for the air war against ISIS; and, as Burma heads to historic elections, Bill Whitaker reports on the country's democratic movement.
Rare Earth Elements, Ending Life, All-American
Episode 4 - 7-19-2015
Modern life's devices under China's grip? Lesley Stahl reports; then, Anderson Cooper on the end-of-life debate and a controversial case; and, Morley Safer profiles a billionaire investor who's pledging a good part of his fortune to save America's history.
President Obama, 30 Years on Death Row
Episode 3 - 10-11-2015
Steve Kroft questions President Obama on topics including Russia's incursion in Syria, ISIS and the 2016 presidential race; then, Bill Whitaker interviews a prosecutor who admits his cowardice and indifference led to a wrongful murder conviction.
Hands off the Wheel, Patrick Kennedy, The Hidden Holocaust
Episode 2 - 10-04-2015
Reporter Bill Whitaker explores self-driving cars. Also: an interview with former representative Patrick Kennedy, who discusses alcoholism and addiction; a portrait of Father Patrick Desbois as he searches to uncover the unknown victims of the Holocaust.
The Tax Refund Scam, Cleaning up the VA, Foo Fighters
Episode 1 - 6-28-2015
Steve Kroft reports on a tax refund scam that's costing millions; then, hear from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs on his personal mission to reorganize the troubled agency; and, Anderson Cooper and the Foo Fighters explore the roots of American music.
Iraq?s Christians, The Shooting at Chardon High, King of CrossFit
Episode 52 - 9-13-2015
ara Logan reports on Christians who are being forced by ISIS to flee Northern Iraq; Scott Pelley interviews Frank Hall, who saved countless lives when he chased a lone gunman from an Ohio high school; Sharyn Alfonsi interviews CrossFit founder Greg Glassman.
The Spy Among Us, Li Na
Episode 50 - 8-30-2015
Steve Kroft interviews Jack Barsky, a former Soviet spy who posed as an American during the Cold War; Lesley Stahl profiles Chinese tennis player Li Na who stood up to her country's stringent sports training program.
Crime Against Humanity, Senator Tom Coburn, Misty Copeland
Episode 49 - 8-23-2015
Scott Pelley reports on the 2013 nerve gas attack in Syria; Lesley Stahl interviews Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.); Bill Whitaker profiles ballerina Misty Copeland.
President Rouhani, Pope Francis
Episode 48 - 9-20-2015
Lumber Liquidators, A Monumental Project, The Unknown America
Episode 47 - 8-16-2015
60 Minutes examines the safety of Lumber Liquidators? Chinese-made laminate flooring; then, a look at a new museum dedicated to African-American history and culture; and, Lara Logan goes aboard the Nautilus.
War and Hunger, TED Talks, Back to the Wild
Episode 46 - 8-09-2015
Scott Pelley reports on men and women risking their lives to save Syrians from starvation; then, Charlie Rose reports on the popular lecture series TED Talks; and, Lesley Stahl reports on zoo gorillas that return to the wild.
Denied, The Battle Above
Episode 45 - 8-02-2015
Scott Pelley reports on what can happen when insurance companies deny the mentally ill the treatment their doctors prescribe; and, David Martin gives viewers a rare look at a branch of the U.S. Air Force called Space Command.
The Gaskos, Wikimania, Star-Struck
Episode 44 - 7-26-2015
The Gaskos - FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list.
Wikimania - Meet the Wikipedians. Those "persnickety," techy types who keep your favorite Internet information website brimming with data.
Star-Struck - Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Charlie Rose about his fascination with the universe and his own personal journey to reignite interest in the great beyond.
Rare Earth Elements, Ending Life, All-American
Episode 43 - 7-19-2015
Modern life's devices under China's grip? Lesley Stahl reports; then, Anderson Cooper on the end-of-life debate and a controversial case; and, Morley Safer profiles a billionaire investor who's pledging a good part of his fortune to save America's history.
The Swiss Leaks, Alive and Kickin?
Episode 42 - 7-12-2015
Bill Whitaker investigates the biggest leak in Swiss banking history; and, Lesley Stahl reports on a musical production in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up.
Dead or Alive, Breeding Out Disease, Steve Carell
Episode 41 - 7-05-2015
Scott Pelley reports on costly errors in the SSA?s Death Master File; then, Norah O?Donnell reports on a controversial genetic procedure; and, Steve Kroft profiles Steve Carell.
The Tax Refund Scam, Cleaning up the VA, Foo Fighters
Episode 40 - 6-28-2015
Steve Kroft reports on a tax refund scam that's costing millions; then, hear from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs on his personal mission to reorganize the troubled agency; and, Anderson Cooper and the Foo Fighters explore the roots of American music.
The Director, The Cost of Cancer Drugs, Saving History
Episode 39 - 6-21-2015
Scott Pelley interviews FBI director James Comey; Lesley Stahl investigates the high cost of cancer drugs; Morley Safer reports on iconic architectural treasures in Italy that are falling into disrepair.
Recruiting for ISIS, The Spill at Dan River, The Smartest Dog in the World
Episode 38 - 6-14-2015
Clarissa Ward reports on accusations that Islamic radicals are campaigning for ISIS in the West; then Lesley Stahl reports on how Duke Energy is handling over 100 million tons of coal ash waste in N.C.; and, Anderson Cooper meets Chaser, a dog who can identify over a thousand toys.
Colorado Pot, The Storm after the Storm, Bradley Cooper
Episode 37 - 6-07-2015
Bill Whitaker checks in on Colorado after becoming the first state to legalize recreational pot; Sharyn Alfonsi investigates allegations that homeowners were wrongfully denied flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy; and, Steve Kroft profiles three-time Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper.
The Cleveland Division, Water, Who is Larry David?
Episode 36 - 5-31-2015
Bill Whitaker reports from the Cleveland PD on the hot-button issue of policing in America; Lesley Stahl reports on depleting groundwater; and a hilarious and revealing interview with TV and comedy star Larry David.
Episode 35 - 5-24-2015
This Memorial Day, join 60 Minutes as veterans recount wars long past and those just beginning.
A Monumental Project, Child Suicide Bombers, Falling Apart
Episode 34 - 5-17-2015
Scott Pelley reports on the building of a national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture; Lara Logan reports on child suicide bombers in Afghanistan and Pakistan; Steve Kroft reports on why America's roads, bridges, airports and rail are outdated and need to be fixed.
An Unlikely Informant, The Unknown America, King of Crossfit
Episode 33 - 5-10-2015
Anderson Cooper interviews undercover informant Michael Blutrich, one of the most effective informants ever, according to authorities; then, with over 50 percent of our nation lying underwater, huge discoveries await, says explorer Robert Ballard; and, Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Greg Glassman, creator of the CrossFit workout.
Scott Pelley explores the effects of war on children; then, Morley Safer profiles ?patriotic philanthropist? David Rubenstein; and, Steve Kroft finishes the late Bob Simon?s report about the Scottish island of Islay.
Death in the Mediterranean, The Battle Above
Episode 31 - 4-26-2015
Desperation fuels the largest mass migration since WWII in which thousands have died trying to reach Europe by sea; then, David Martin gives a rare look at how a branch of the U.S. Air Force called Space Command is preparing for a battle most of us have never thought about -- one high above the Earth.
A Crime Against Humanity, TED Talks, Hoop Dreams
Episode 30 - 4-19-2015
Scott Pelley reports on the 2013 sarin gas attack in Syria; then, Charlie Rose reports on the popular lecture series TED Talks; and, Lesley Stahl is introduced to an imaginary world by a man with an extraordinary ability.
The Attack on Sony, Ambassador Kennedy, Rush to Judgment
Episode 29 - 4-12-2015
Steve Kroft reports on the Sony Pictures cyberattack; Ambassador to Japan Caroline Kennedy talks with Norah O?Donnell; and, former Duke lacrosse coach discusses his forced resignation during the 2006 Duke rape scandal.
Homeland Security, The Good Friday Agreement, Wikimania
Episode 28 - 4-05-2015
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson talks about the evolving role of his department?s massive security efforts; then, a rare interview with Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams; and, meet the Wikipedians!
Bashar al Assad, Killing Cancer
Episode 27 - 3-29-2015
Charlie Rose interviews Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as Syria's four-year-old civil war drags on; and, 60 Minutes follows brain cancer patients in a Duke University clinical trial of a therapy that uses a re-engineered polio virus to kill cancer cells.
Lara Logan reports on Iraq's Christians; Are modern life's devices under China's grip? Lesley Stahl reports; then, Charlie Rose profiles astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Dead or Alive; A Few Good Women; Back to the Wild
Episode 25 - 3-15-2015
Scott Pelley reports on how errors to the SSA's Death Master File can result in fraudulent payments and identity headaches; David Martin reports on the Marines' search for women to serve in combat; and, Lesley Stahl reports on a family of zoo gorillas who are released to the wild.
Argentine Prosecutor Assassination; Golf Company Reunion; James Levine; Laminate Flooring Update
Episode 24 - 3-08-2015
Lesley Stahl reports on the untimely death of Alberto Nisman; Scott Pelley reports on combat Marines adjusting to civilian life; and, a profile of the Metropolitan Opera's music director James Levine.
The Storm after the Storm, Lumber Liquidators, Larry David
Episode 23 - 3-01-2015
An interview with Larry David; an investigation into allegations that thousands of homeowners were denied their flood insurance claims following Hurricane Sandy because of fraudulent engineers' reports; a report on Chinese-made laminate flooring that may not meet health and safety standards.
Remembering Bob Simon
Episode 22 - 2-22-2015
A tribute to correspondent Bob Simon (1941-2015) includes interviews with his "60 Minutes" colleagues, clips of his life's work and three of his finest, award-winning stories.
ZMapp, A New Kind Of Terrorist, Bradley Cooper
Episode 21 - 2-15-2015
Bob Simon reports on the development of ZMapp, a promising drug to combat Ebola; Clarissa Ward reports on the French neighborhood and prison that gave rise to the terrorists who carried out the deadly attacks in Paris; Steve Kroft profiles Bradly Cooper.
DARPA Dan, The Swiss Leaks, Selma
Episode 20 - 2-08-2015
Lesley Stahl reports on DARPA Dan's fight to secure the Internet; then, Bill Whitaker investigates the biggest leak in Swiss banking history; and, Bob Simon reports on where "Selma" meets Hollywood.
60 Minutes Presents: The Many Sounds of Music
Episode 19 - 2-01-2015
The Republican Leaders, The Cleveland Division, Li Na
Episode 18 - 1-25-2015
House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell sit down for their first joint interview since the new Republican majority Congress convened. Scott Pelley reports.
Colorado's Legal Marijuana; Affordable Care Act; Veterans Mountain Climbing
Episode 17 - 1-11-2015
The results of Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana; the Affordable Care Act; veterans using mountain climbing to overcome disabilities they acquired during war.
U.S. Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani
Episode 16 - 1-04-2015
U.S. Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani talk about the future of Afghanistan; a choir in Harlem for mature adults.
Inside the Vatican
Episode 15 - 12-28-2014
Scott Pelley profiles Pope Francis, a pontiff who is surprising the world by spurning tradition; and, Morley Safer gets a rare look inside the Vatican Library
Diplomatic relations reopened between U.S. and Cuba; Sen. Tom Coburn's (R-Okla.) retirement; actress and producer Reese Witherspoon
Episode 14 - 12-21-2014
Scott Pelley reports on the restoration of diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Cuba; Lesley Stahl interviews retiring Oklahoma senator Tom Coburn; Charlie Rose profiles Reese Witherspoon.
Denied, Inside Homs, Mindfulness
Episode 13 - 12-14-2014
Treatment for the mentally ill; video and eyewitness accounts from Homs, Syria.
The Spill at Dan River, Disrupting Cancer, The City of Music
Episode 12 - 12-07-2014
Lesley Stahl reports on how the nation's biggest energy company is handling 100 million tons of coal ash waste in North Carolina; Sanjay Gupta profiles billionaire surgeon Patrick Soon-Shiong who discusses unconventional ways of treating cancer; Bill Whitaker travels to Cremona, Italy, to visit artisans who are crafting violins the way Antonio Stradivari did 300 years ago.
United Nations World Food Programme; Kevin Richardson's efforts to save lions raised in captivity
Episode 11 - 11-30-2014
Falling Apart, Chernobyl, Forgotten Corner of Hell
Episode 10 - 11-23-2014
Steve Kroft reports on structurally deficient roads and bridges in the U.S.; Bob Simon visits Chernobyl, Ukraine, the site of a 1986 nuclear power plant disaster; Anderson Cooper accompanies volunteers who use modern technology to locate the remains of WWII airman missing in action in the waters off Palau in the South Pacific.
Water, Cardinal Se n, Mandy Patinkin
Episode 9 - 11-16-2014
Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet's groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished; and, Bob Simon profiles the famously energetic "Homeland" actor who is never at a loss for words.
The Ebola Hot Zone, Cleaning up the VA, Steve Carell
Episode 8 - 11-09-2014
Lara Logan travels to Liberia to report on Americans working on the frontline of the Ebola outbreak; and, Steve Kroft talks with the gifted actor about the challenges of making the new film "Foxcatcher."
Campaigning for ISIS, SEAL under fire, Blake Shelton
Episode 7 - 11-02-2014
Clarissa Wards speaks with Islamic radicals in London about accusations they recruit British citizens for battlefields in Syria and Iraq; and, the country music superstar brings Norah O'Donnell back to his hometown for a discussion on his childhood, his music and why he loves going home.
Treating Ebola, Breeding Out Disease, Foo Fighters
Episode 6 - 10-26-2014
The medical staff who treated Thomas Eric Duncan, the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S., tell the inside story to Scott Pelley; and, while profiling Foo Fighters and their frontman Dave Grohl, Anderson Cooper joins them for an exploration into the roots of American music.
Ending Life, Gold Rush, Saving History
Episode 5 - 10-19-2014
Barbara Mancini was arrested and charged with helping her dying father kill himself. Anderson Cooper has her story and more on the end-of-life debate; and, as the Italian government struggles to maintain its historic ruins and monuments, Morley Safer discovers it's become fashionable to help
FBI Director on Privacy, The War on Leaks, The Arrest of El Chapo
Episode 4 - 10-12-2014
FBI Director James Comey talks about right to privacy and electronic surveillance, The Obama administration relentlessly pushes journalists to expose their sources, Drug kingpin known as El Chapo becomes public enemy number 1 as his syndicate distributes more drugs across the US than any other cartel in history.
The Director, Cancer Drugs, Smartest Dog
Episode 3 - 10-05-2014
In his major first television interview, FBI Director James Comey speaks with Scott Pelley about the current threats to the U.S.; and, Anderson Cooper meets Chaser, a dog who can identify over a thousand toys, and the scientists who are studying the brain of man's best friend.
President Obama; Chairman Ma
Episode 2 - 9-28-2014
The president sits down with Steve Kroft to discuss the current strategy in the Middle East to combat ISIS; and, Lara Logan speaks with the chairman who took $50,000 in seed money and created a company valued at $231 billion.
The Islamic State; The Tax Refund Scam
Episode 1 - 9-21-2014
Scott Pelley reports from the front lines in the fight against ISIS in northern Iraq, and con artists have been filing bogus tax returns and collecting millions. Steve Kroft finds out how far the scam has gone and why the IRS hasn't been able to stop it.
Nowhere to Go, The Gaskos, Alabama Coach Nick Saban
Episode 51 - 9-14-2014
Over a Barrel, Saving the Children, Quarterback Guru
Episode 50 - 9-07-2014
Is BP backpedaling on a settlement with oil spill victims, or are some Gulf Coast businesses exploiting BP; and, Morley Safer interviews the "QB Guru" who says the new norm to get to the NFL as a quarterback starts with a tutor like him training kids as young as 8.
The Pink Panthers, 90+
Episode 49 - 8-31-2014
Daring heists rake in half-a-billion dollars; and, what factors determine which of us will make it past age 90
The Data Brokers, Three Years Later, Return of the Humpback
Episode 48 - 8-24-2014
Steve Kroft investigates the multibillion-dollar industry that sells the personal information of millions of Americans; then, Bob Simon reports on the aftermath of the disaster in Fukushima, Japan; and, 60 Minutes travels to the South Pacific on the trail of the humpback whale.
Rigged, The Health Wagon, The Cartoonist
Episode 47 - 8-17-2014
Is the U.S. stock market rigged? Steve Kroft reports. Then, Scott Pelley meets nurse practitioners who are providing badly needed health care in Appalachia. And, Morley Safer looks into how "The New Yorker" selects its famous cartoons.
The Case of Alex Rodriguez, GoPro
Episode 46 - 8-10-2014
Details in the doping case of A-Rod, including an interview with the MLB's chief witness against him, Anthony Bosch; then, Anderson Cooper reports on GoPro's video revolution
China's Real Estate Bubble, The Con Artist, Cajun Ketchup
Episode 45 - 8-03-2014
Lesley Stahl reports on China's real estate bubble; then, a look at art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi's multimillion dollar scam; and, the hot sauce industry is one fire, but it all began with just one name: Tabasco.
Help Wanted, ALMA, Nile Crocodile
Episode 44 - 7-27-2014
A jobs program aids Fortune 500 companies and underprivileged youth; then, a $1.3 billion radio telescope peers into the universe's past; and, Anderson Cooper dives with a deadly predator.
The Giving Pledge, Rescue, The Greatest Show on Earth
Episode 43 - 7-20-2014
Charlie Rose reports on a new club for the super rich that has an interesting twist; then, the little known story of a daring rescue days before the fall of Saigon; and, reinventing opera at the Met.
America's Missile Fields, Discovered
Episode 42 - 7-13-2014
Morley Safer reports on the discovery of the largest cache of missing art since WWII.
Hollywood's Villain, Gladwell, Volcano
Episode 41 - 7-06-2014
Is he one of the world's biggest Internet pirates or a businessman? Bob Simon profiles Kim Dotcom; then, author Malcolm Gladwell on the power of the underdog; and, nature's ticking time bombs.
The Disability Program, Lamborghini, Cate Blanchett
Episode 40 - 6-29-2014
Steve Kroft investigates the federal disability program; Scott Pelley reports on luxury car manufacturer Lamborghini as it celebrates its 50th anniversary; Lesley Stahl profiles Cate Blanchett.
Drones over America
Episode 39 - 6-22-2014
Will the skies of the future be filled with buzzing drones? Morley Safer explores the new, hardly regulated world of commercial drones
Eyewear company Luxottica; providing apartments to homeless people; comic Jay Leno.
Episode 38 - 6-15-2014
Eyewear company Luxottica; providing apartments to homeless people; comic Jay Leno.
America's mental health system; Egyptian TV host Bassem Youssef; asteroids.
Episode 37 - 6-08-2014
Shooting at Chardon High, The F-35, Capturing History
Episode 36 - 6-01-2014
Scott Pelley reports on a coach's heroic actions during a school shooting; then, an inside look at the most expensive weapons system in history; and, meet the photographer behind iconic images of JFK and the Beatles.
The War Within, Sex Matters, Liam Neeson
Episode 35 - 5-25-2014
60 Minutes gets a rare look inside new therapies that are changing the lives of vets who suffer from PTSD; then, more scientists are realizing the differences between the sexes are dangerously understudied; and, Liam Neeson speaks about his wife?s untimely death.
8 Days in Tehran, The Capitol Dome, The Recyclers
Episode 34 - 5-18-2014
Steve Kroft reports from Iran's capital as the prospect of a nuclear deal with world powers looms on the horizon; and, the residents of Cateura, Paraguay, don't just make a living from the massive garbage heap in their town. They also make music.
Washington's Open Secret, EMERGENCY, Salmon in the Sea
Episode 33 - 5-11-2014
Steve Kroft reports on Washington's open secret: Profitable PACs; then, Clarissa Ward visits a hospital in Sudan that offers free, life-saving surgeries; and, salmon farms: do they help or hurt wild salmon? Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
Over A Barrel, 90+
Episode 32 - 5-04-2014
Is BP backpedaling on a settlement with oil spill victims, or are some Gulf Coast businesses exploiting BP to the tune of more than $500 million; and, what factors determine which of us will make it past age 90? Lesley Stahl reports on a groundbreaking study that has revealed some unexpected findings
America's Missile Fields, Saving the Children
Episode 31 - 4-27-2014
Lesley Stahl gets rare access inside an American nuclear control center and meets the young airmen who watch over some of the world's deadliest weapons; and,in one of the more remarkable humanitarian stories of WWII, Briton Nicholas Winton helped save hundreds of mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of the war.
Robin Hood, Memory Wizards, Joy in the Congo
Episode 30 - 4-20-2014
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones' charity -- the Robin Hood Foundation -- fights poverty with the hard-nosed, business sense of Wall Street; then, Imagine being able to remember virtually every day of your life; and, 200 musicians in the Congo are defying the poverty of their war-torn country and creating some of the most moving music we have ever heard.
Portrait of Pope Francis, Shalane Flanagan casting light on the Boston Marathon
Episode 29 - 4-13-2014
A portrait of Pope Francis features insight from his closest friends. Also: a report on long-distance runner Shalane Flanagan, who casts light on training for the Boston Marathon in the wake of the April 2013 bombings.
Three Years Later, The Health Wagon, Discovered
Episode 28 - 4-06-2014
Fukushima, Japan three years after it was impacted by an earthquake, a tsunami and a nuclear accident; nurse practitioners providing health care to the uninsured in Appalachia; an art collection hidden by Cornelius Gurlitt.
Rigged, Fast Cars and Rocket Ships, The Virtuoso
Episode 27 - 3-30-2014
Steve Kroft reports on a new book from Michael Lewis, "Flash Boys," that reveals how a group of unlikely characters discovered how some high speed traders work the stock market to their advantage; then, Scott Pelley profiles Elon Musk, who at 42 years old is a billionaire Silicon Valley entrepreneur; and, Roberts lost his sight as a child, but gained incredible insight into American music -- inspiring a generation of jazz musicians.
Manhunt, The Pink Panthers, Cartoons In The New Yorker
Episode 26 - 3-23-2014
A year later, federal investigators discuss the Boston Marathon bombing; a group of thieves with military discipline steals $500 million over 20 years; Bob Mankoff, David Remnick and cartoonists of The New Yorker.
Bassem Youssef, Drones Over America, Cajun Ketchup
Episode 25 - 3-16-2014
The Egyptian TV host has been labeled a traitor for his satire, but Bassem says that won't stop him from poking fun at the powerful; then, Morley Safer explores the new, hardly regulated world of commercial drones; and, The hot sauce industry is on fire with revenue of more than a billion dollars, but it all began with just one name: Tabasco.
The Data Brokers, The Heart of the Revolution, ALMA
Episode 24 - 3-09-2014
Steve Kroft investigates the multibillion dollar industry that collects, analyzes and sells the personal information of millions of Americans with virtually no oversight; then, An inside look at the people behind the revolution that resulted in the parliamentary ouster of President Victor Yanukovych and Russia's power grab in Crimea; and, A new $1.3 billion radio telescope is allowing scientists to see parts of the universe they've seen never before, offering insight into how it all began.
Gangster Whitey Bulgar, Neo-Nazis in USA, Con artists
Episode 23 - 3-02-2014
Federal law enforcement trackers reveal how they finally located gangster Whitey Bulgar; the growing sub-culture of neo-Nazis in the United States; a con artist who stole American historical treasures.
The Shooting at Chardon High, The Con Artist, Liam Neeson
Episode 22 - 2-23-2014
When shots rang out in the Ohio HS, coach Frank Hall ran toward them instead of away, saving an untold number of young lives; then, Wolfgang Beltracchi fooled the experts for decades in an art scam that netted him and his partners millions of dollars; and, Liam Neeson speaks about his wife's untimely death, his childhood and how his age is beginning to conflict with his action star roles.
Businessman Bill Browder says his life has been threatened as a result of his claims of corruption in the Russian government.
David Martin gets an inside look at what makes the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter the most expensive weapons system in history
Lesley Stahl profiles Cate Blanchett, who is famous for morphing into her roles, but says that each time she worries she won?t pull it off.
Sex Matters, Philip Seymour Hoffman, 100,000 Homes
Episode 20 - 2-09-2014
Lesley Stahl examines suggested drug doses based on sex. Also: a 2006 interview with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014); a report on providing apartments for homeless people.
60 Minutes Presents: Amazing Kids
Episode 19 - 2-02-2014
Nowhere To Go, Help Wanted, Jay Leno
Episode 18 - 1-26-2014
Scott Pelley reports on severe shortcomings in the state of mental health care for young people in the U.S.; then, "Year Up" trains thousands of disadvantaged youth for internships that often lead to corporate jobs; and, departing Tonight Show host Jay Leno talks in depth for the first time about losing his NBC late-night perch twice.
60 Minutes Presents: Tales of Survival
Episode 17 - 1-19-2014
|Two tales of survival -- one about an American who nearly lost her life in Africa, the other about Africans who found their lives in America. Scott Pelley hosts a special hour of 60 Minutes Presents.
The Case of Alex Rodriguez, Memory Wizards
Episode 16 - 1-12-2014
A first look at the details in the doping case of Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez, including an interview with Major League Baseball?s chief witness against him, Anthony Bosch -- who says he injected Rodriguez with banned substances; then, hear from the League?s COO Rob Manfred and baseball commissioner Bud Selig; and, Imagine being able to remember virtually every day of your life. As Lesley Stahl reports, it?s a kind of memory that is brand new to science.
The Cleantech case, Hollywood's Villans, Volcanos
Episode 15 - 1-05-2014
60 Minutes Presents: Going to Extremes
Episode 14 - 12-29-2013
Susan Rice, Rocky Mountain High, Quarterback Guru
Episode 13 - 12-22-2013
President Obama's national security advisor answers questions about the NSA leaks, Iran, Syria and the attack in Benghazi; then, Denver, Colo., has more medical marijuana dispensaries than Starbucks, but the budding business defies federal laws; and, Morley Safer interviews the "QB Guru" who says the new norm to get to the NFL as a quarterback starts with a tutor like him training kids as young as 8.
Inside the NSA; The Copts
Episode 12 - 12-15-2013
The NSA gives unprecedented access to the agency's HQ and, for the first time, explains what it does and what it says it doesn't do: spy on Americans.
The turmoil in Egypt has led to one of the worst persecutions of the country's Coptic Christians in the nearly 2,000-year history of the sect. Bob Simon reports from Egypt.
60 Minutes revisits a collection of revealing writings by the late civil rights giant and former South African president Nelson Mandela; and, Former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell recalls the 2005 battle in Afghanistan he alone survived -- a fire fight that at the time, resulted in the largest loss of life for Naval Special Warfare since WWII. Anderson
Inside Amazon; Capital Dome Restoration; Free Diving
Episode 10 - 12-01-2013
A behind-the-scenes look at online-retailer Amazon's warehouses; a report on the restoration of the Capitol dome in Washington, D.C.; and a close-up on a free-diving extreme sport.
FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list; then, 60 Minutes gets a rare look inside new therapy...
Gitmo; The Giving Pledge; The Recyclers
Episode 8 - 11-17-2013
First, Lesley Stahl gets a rare view inside Gitmo where 164 accused terrorists have been locked up, most for 11 years without charge or trial; then, the billionaires club. Membership comes with two requirements: be worth at least a billion dollars and be willing to give half of that away; lastly, residents of Cateura, Paraguay, turn trash into triumph by creating the Recycled Orchestra.
210 Days in Captivity; GoPro's Video Revolution; Capturing History
Episode 7 - 11-10-2013
Matthew Schrier's kidnapping, torture and escape from Syrian rebels provides a rare first-hand look into the brutal ways of the extremist rebel factions battling the Syrian dictatorship. Scott Pelley reports.
A little, wearable camera is putting its owners in their own movies, doing everything from walking down the street to jumping out of an airplane. Anderson Cooper reports on GoPro, the world's best-selling camera that's revolutionizing the world of video.
Meet Henry Grossman, the photographer whose images -- especially of JFK and the Beatles -- remain iconic landmarks of a ripe period in American history. Morley Safer reports.
Guantanamo; Lamborghini; The Perfectionist
Episode 6 - 11-03-2013
Lesley Stahl gets unprecedented access to the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, facility where the accused 9/11 terrorists will face trial in the biggest war crimes tribunal since Nuremberg.
After 50 years in the luxury, supercar business, Lamborghini is still making the kind of cars that dreams are made of, a precious handful a day. Scott Pelley reports at 155 mph.
Armen Keteyian gets to see up close how Nick Saban managed to win three out of the last four national championships for the University of Alabama as he profiles the famous Crimson Tide coach.
Eyewitness Account on 2012 Al Qaeda Attack on US Consulate in Libya; Former CIA Michael Morrel; Peter Gelb of the New York Metropolitan Opera
Episode 5 - 10-27-2013
Lara Logan hears the first eyewitness account from a westerner who was on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, during the deadly 2012 Al Qaeda attack on the U.S. consulate; John Miller interviews former CIA deputy director Michael Morrell; Bob Simon visits backstage at the New York Metropolitan Opera with general manager Peter Gelb.
Washington's Open Secret; Dick Cheney's Heart; Return of the Humpbacks
Episode 4 - 10-20-2013
Steve Kroft reports on how members of Congress often use funds donated to political-action committees for their own personal use; former vice president Dick Cheney discusses his heart issues. Also: efforts to save the endangered humpback whale.
Detroit on the edge; Boy Wonder: Jack Andraka; Daring rescue days before fall of Saigon
Episode 3 - 10-13-2013
The issues facing Detroit and the people determined to solve them; scientist and cancer researcher Jack Andraka; an assistant bank manager puts himself at risk to save 105 Vietnamese people.
The federal disability program; footage of America's first battle with al-Qaida; asteroids and comets capable of global destruction
Episode 2 - 10-06-2013
Steve Kroft investigates the federal disability program; Lara Logan views footage of the actual 1993 Battle of Mogadishu that was dramatized in the movie "Black Hawk Down"; Anderson Cooper reports on asteroids that could potentially strike Earth.
The Secretary of State, Imminent Danger, Killing Jesus
Episode 1 - 9-29-2013
Scott Pelley interviews Secretary of State John Kerry, who is dealing with multiple challenges including chemical weapons in Syria, foreign terrorism and a potentially a new relationship with the new president of Iran.
Steve Kroft examines America's mental health system, which may be failing those with schizophrenia and other severe mental illnesses. Schizophrenia is a brain disease many mass murderers showed symptoms of.
Norah O'Donnell interviews Bill O'Reilly, who talks about his latest book, Killing Jesus.
Syria, The Briefer, Rocky Mountain High
Episode 48 - 9-15-2013
Charlie Rose interviews Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. Also: Scott Pelley speaks with Barack Obama about chemical weapons use in Syria; John Miller questions former CIA deputy director Michael Morell about the crisis in Syria. Steve Kroft reports on the business of growing and selling medical marijuana in Colorado.
March of the Machines, The 9/11 Museum, Michael Jackson
Episode 47 - 9-08-2013
Steve Kroft explores groundbreaking technological advances and robotics in the workplace; Lesley Stahl visits the September 11 Memorial Museum; Lara Logan examines some of the personal belongings of Michael Jackson.
Costa Concordia, Khan Academy, The Innovator
Episode 46 - 9-01-2013
Lesley Stahl reports on the salvage operation to tow the capsized Costa Concordia passenger ship; Sanjay Gupta interviews Sal Khan, founder of Khan Academy, who discusses his educational philosophy; Lara Logan profiles Twitter creator Jack Dorsey.
40 Million Mistakes, A Face in the Crowd, The Nile Crocodile
Episode 45 - 8-25-2013
Steve Kroft investigates the accuracy of credit reports that American consumers rely on for credit cards and loans; Lesley Stahl reports on facial-recognition technology; Anderson Cooper swims in the Nile with crocodiles.
Morten Storm, Robin Hood, Free Diving
Episode 44 - 8-18-2013
Lara Logan interviews a former Danish spy who claims to have played a role in the killing of an Al-Qaeda leader; Scott Pelley interviews Paul Tudor Jones, founder of the charity Robin Hood Foundation; Bob Simon reports on extreme sport free diving.
Lethal Medicine, China's Real Estate Mogul, China's Real Estate Bubble
Episode 43 - 8-11-2013
Scott Pelley investigates the deadly, multistate fungal-meningitis outbreak that killed more than 50 people; Lesley Stahl profiles Chinese billionaire Zhang Xin, a leading real-estate developer in China. Also: an examination of China's economy and its troubled real-estate market.
Counterinsurgency Cops, Africa Mercy, Marfa, Texas
Episode 42 - 8-04-2013
Lesley Stahl examines counterinsurgency tactics employed by police in Springfield, Mass., to combat gang violence; Scott Pelley goes aboard the Africa Mercy hospital ship, where thousands of Third World patients are treated for cataracts, facial tumors and cleft palates; Morley Safer visits cowboys and artists in Marfa, Texas.
American Nuns, Bill Gates 2.0, The Baby Lab
Episode 41 - 7-28-2013
Bob Simon addresses disillusionment among nuns in the U.S.; Charlie Rose interviews Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Also: a study of morality via the behavior of infants.
Sniffing for Bombs, The Lost Boys
Episode 40 - 7-21-2013
Lara Logan reports on dogs that are trained to sniff out bombs; Bob Simon visits with Sudanese refugees who settled in the U.S.
Angel of Death, The Race to Save the Tortoise
Episode 39 - 7-14-2013
Steve Kroft interviews convicted serial killer Charles Cullen, a former nurse who pleaded guilty to killing 29 patients during his 16-year career. Also: A report from Madagascar centers on the poaching of turtles and tortoises.
Hugh Jackman, Daniel Craig, Lincoln
Episode 38 - 7-07-2013
Scott Pelley profiles Hugh Jackman; Anderson Cooper interviews Daniel Craig and producer Barbara Broccoli who discuss the James Bond films; Lesley Stahl explores the character of Abraham Lincoln with Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.
Sheryl Sandberg, David McCullough
Episode 37 - 6-30-2013
Norah O'Donnell profiles Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; Morley Safer interviews historian David McCullough and accompanies him to Paris.
Evidence of Innocence, Crackdown in Russia, Design Thinking
Episode 36 - 6-23-2013
Lara Logan interviews Michael Morton, who spent nearly 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit; Lesley Stahl reports on the Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot; Charlie Rose profiles David Kelley and his company, IDEO, a creator of iconic products such as the computer mouse.
The Super Cartel, Sticker Shock, Barca
Episode 35 - 6-16-2013
Lara Logan investigates the bust of a massive drug-trafficking cartel; Lesley Stahl reports on the Italian eye-wear company Luxottica; Bob Simon visits Barcelona and the city's Bar‡a soccer team, which includes Lionel Messi.
The Cost of Admission, Justice Sotomayor, God's Architect
Episode 34 - 6-09-2013
Steve Kroft investigates allegations that a hospital chain pressured doctors to admit patients regardless of their medical needs; Scott Pelley profiles Supreme Court justice Sonia Sotomayor; Lara Logan visits the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Bionic Limbs, Missing American Historical Treasures, Maggie Smith
Episode 33 - 6-02-2013
Scott Pelley reports on robotic prostheses; Bob Simon investigates the theft of thousands of historical documents; Steve Kroft profiles Maggie Smith.
A Long & Dangerous Journey, Lion Kings, Taylor Swift
Episode 32 - 5-26-2013
Anderson Cooper reports on thousands of Afghan boys who are fleeing their war-torn country to escape to Europe; Lara Logan visits documentary filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert as they film African lions; Lesley Stahl profiles Taylor Swift.
A Face in the Crowd, Three Generations of Punishment, Michael Jackson
Episode 31 - 5-19-2013
Lesley Stahl reports on facial-recognition technology; Anderson Cooper interviews human-rights activist Shin Dong-hyuk, who is believed to be the only person born in a North Korean prison camp who successfully escaped; Lara Logan examines some of the personal belongings of Michael Jackson.
The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan; Succeeding As Civilians; Bill Gates 2.0
Episode 30 - 5-12-2013
Scott Pelley interviews Jessica Buchanan, an American aid worker who was captured and held hostage for three months in Somalia before being rescued by Navy SEALs. Also: a look at a Syracuse University course designed to help disabled military veterans start their own businesses; a visit with Bill Gates.
Counterinsurgency Cops; Robin Hood; Invisible Wounds
Episode 29 - 5-05-2013
Lesley Stahl examines counterinsurgency tactics used by police in Springfield, Mass., to combat gangs; Scott Pelley interviews Paul Tudor Jones, founder of the charity Robin Hood Foundation; David Martin reports on brain injuries suffered by soldiers.
Angel of Death; Rosie's Run for the Roses
Episode 28 - 4-28-2013
Angel of Death - Serial killer nurse Charles Cullen confessed to as many as 40 murders, but some believe he killed many, many more patients over a 16-year career. The serial killer speaks to Steve Kroft in his first television interview. Graham Messick is the producer. Watch a preview
Rosie's Run for the Roses - One of the hottest American jockeys, Rosie Napravnik, is the only female riding in the upcoming Kentucky Derby and one of only a handful of successful female jockeys in the sport's history. Bob Simon reports. Tom Anderson and Michelle St. John are the producers
The Boston Bombings; Sniffing For Bombs; The 9/11 Museum
Episode 27 - 4-21-2013
The inside story of the Boston Marathon bombing investigation: Scott Pelley interviews Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. Lara Logan gets a rare look into the secretive world of these special dogs, some of whose capabilities are classified. Lesley Stahl gets the first in-depth look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum currently under construction seven stories below ground at ground zero, touring the massive space, getting a preview of its planned exhibits, and speaking to its director, president, and family members of victims who sit on its board.
Searching for warlord Joseph Kony; professional baseball player R.A. Dickey discusses his career; culture in the quirky town of Marfa, Texas
Episode 26 - 4-14-2013
Lara Logan joins African soldiers and U.S. military advisers as they search for warlord Joseph Kony; Lesley Stahl interviews Cy Young Award-winning knuckleball pitcher R.A. Dickey; Morley Safer visits cowboys and artists in Marfa, Texas.
Parents of Children Killed in the Newtown Massacre on Gun Law; Professional Basketball Player Jeremy Lin
Episode 25 - 4-07-2013
Parents of the victims of the Newtown, Conn., massacre speak with Scott Pelley about their efforts to change gun laws. Also: Charlie Rose interviews NBA player Jeremy Lin.
The Pioneer Hotel Fire; The Lost Boys
Episode 24 - 3-31-2013
Steve Kroft looks back at the Pioneer Hotel fire in Tucson that killed 29 people in 1970, exploring new evidence that could free a man in prison for the blaze. Also: Bob Simon files a two-segment report on Sudanese refugees who have settled in the U.S.
Crackdown in Russia; Blindsided; The Nile Crocodile
Episode 23 - 3-24-2013
Lesley Stahl interviews a member of Russia's punk protest band Pussy Riot, about the group's anti-Putin demonstration that resulted in two members being imprisoned. Also: James Brown interviews NFL hopeful Brian Banks, who spent five years in prison for a rape he did not commit; and Anderson Cooper swims in the Nile with crocodiles.
Disillusionment Among Nuns in America; Twitter Creator Jack Dorsey; Former Hit Man Says He Has Found God
Episode 22 - 3-17-2013
Bob Simon reports on how Pope Francis may address the disillusionment among American nuns; Lara Logan interviews Twitter creator Jack Dorsey; Byron Pitts profiles former Mafia hit man John Veasey, who claims he is now a born-again Christian.
Lethal Medicine; Sheryl Sandberg; God's Architect
Episode 21 - 3-10-2013
Scott Pelley investigates the deadly fungal meningitis outbreak that killed 48 people and sickened hundreds of others; Norah O'Donnell profiles Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; Lara Logan reports on construction of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
The Life and Death of Clay Hunt; China's Real Estate Mogul; China's Real Estate Bubble
Episode 20 - 3-03-2013
Byron Pitts reports on the suicide of Clay Hunt, a former marine combat veteran; Lesley Stahl profiles Chinese billionaire Zhang Xin, a leading real-estate developer in China. Also: an examination of China's economy and its troubled real-estate market.
Israel's Iron Dome; World's Largest Civilian Hospital Ship; Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith
Episode 19 - 2-17-2013
Bob Simon reports on Israel's "Iron Dome," a game-changing defense system that the Israeli Air Force says shot down 85 percent of the rockets its enemies fired into the country from nearby Gaza last November.
The world's largest civilian hospital ship takes volunteer medical staff to the Third World where they have restored sight to thousands of people suffering from cataracts and returned smiles to victims of facial tumors and cleft palates. Scott Pelley reports.
Steve Kroft profiles Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith, who, at 78, has reached new heights of stardom due to the popular PBS series.
Attack in Algeria; 40 Million Mistakes; Lincoln
Episode 18 - 2-10-2013
Mark Cobb, Steve Wysocki and Nick Frazier, three of the five Americans who survived the al Qaeda attack on an Algerian natural gas facility that resulted in the deaths of 37 foreign workers, recount their ordeals for the first time to Charlie Rose. Howard L. Rosenberg and Julie Holstein are the producers. A Steve Kroft investigation looks into the accuracy of the credit reports that American consumers rely on for credit cards and loans. James Jacoby and Michael Karzis are the producers. 60 Minutes explores the character of Lincoln, the president and the man, as seen through the eyes of the team that made the 12-time Oscar nominated film "Lincoln": best director nominee Steven Spielberg, best actor nominee Daniel Day Lewis and the historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, on whose book the movie was based. Lesley Stahl reports. Ruth Streeter is the producer.
The President and the Secretary of State; The Fall of Lance Armstrong
Episode 17 - 1-27-2013
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appear in their first joint interview when they speak together to Steve Kroft; He confessed to doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last week, but U.S. Anti-Doping Agency CEO Travis Tygart, says the evidence proves Lance Armstrong withheld the truth and lied to Winfrey on key issues. Tygart tells Scott Pelley that if the disgraced cyclist wants his lifetime ban lifted, he will have to tell all.
March of the Machines; Justice Sotomayor; Free Diving
Episode 16 - 1-13-2013
Steve Kroft reports on technological advances, especially robotics, that are revolutionizing the workplace, but not necessarily creating jobs; In her first broadcast interview, Justice Sonia Sotomayor talks to Scott Pelley about her life and career leading up to her appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, including the role affirmative action played; In a growing extreme sport in which divers reach great depths on one breath, records are being broken and doctors are increasingly surprised by feats never thought possible. Bob Simon reports.
Internet's Impact on the News and Print Media; David Kelley and his company, IDEO; the Barcelona soccer team's unique training system is spotlighted
Episode 15 - 1-06-2013
Morley Safer explores the Internet's impact on newspapers and the print media; Charlie Rose profiles David Kelley and his company, IDEO, a creator of iconic products such as the computer mouse. Also: the Barcelona soccer team's unique training system is spotlighted.
"The Year of Adele" rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the singer. "Rodriguez" rebroadcasts a profile and interview the famous singer and songwriter about the recent film about his life. "Taylor Swift" rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the young musician.
Tragedy in Newton; Costa Concordia; The Vatican Library's treasures
Episode 12 - 12-16-2012
60 Minutes reports: Tragedy in Newtown
Scott Pelley reports on the Newtown shooting and interviews a school nurse, a former classmate of the alleged gunman's, and former Secret Service members.
Scott Pelley reports on the Newtown shooting and interviews a school nurse, a former classmate of the alleged gunman's, and former Secret Service members.
Costa Concordia: Salvaging a shipwreck
Eleven months after wrecking at sea, the Italian luxury liner awaits one of the most expensive and daunting salvage operations ever. Lesley Stahl reports.
A rare look at the Vatican Library's treasures
No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library except the pope. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Morley Safer and "60 Minutes" cameras get to see the best of the best.
Individuals Confessing To Crimes They Did Not Commit; The Race to Save the Tortoise; Hugh Jackman
Episode 11 - 12-09-2012
Individuals confessing to crimes they did not commit; poachers sell endangered turtles and tortoises for large sums of money; actor Hugh Jackman discusses his childhood, his family, and his latest role in "Les Miserables."
Claims Against a Hospital Chain; Shin Dong Hyuk; Adventurers Bertrand Piccard & Abdre Borschberg
Episode 10 - 12-02-2012
Claims a hospital chain pressured doctors to admit patients; Shin Dong Hyuk talks about his escape from a North Korean prison camp; adventurers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg discusses their plan to fly a solar-powered plane around the world.
Free The Children; New York City Ballet; Dereck & Beverly Joubert
Episode 9 - 11-25-2012
The organization Free the Children empowers kids to help others; the New York City Ballet; filmmakers Dereck & Beverly Joubert.
An Immigration & Customs Enforcement Investigation; Infant Morality; College Football Programs
Episode 8 - 11-18-2012
Immigration and Customs Enforcement's three-year investigation into the largest drug trafficking cartel ever seen; morality in infants; college football programs.
Residents of Belle Harbor, NY; Manufacturers Looking for High-Tech Capable Employees; David McCullough
Episode 7 - 11-11-2012
Residents of Belle Harbor, a shoreline neighborhood in New York, who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy; U.S. manufacturers looking for employees capable of operating high-tech machinery; historian David McCullough.
Partisan U.S. Senate Gridlock; Historian David McCullough; Football Player Aaron Rodgers
Episode 6 - 11-04-2012
Current and former members of the U.S. Senate discuss the partisan gridlock; historian David McCullough; professional football player Aaron Rodgers.
Jobs & the Economy in Asheboro, NC; Missing American Historical Treasures; Shahid Khan
Episode 5 - 10-28-2012
Jobs and the economy in Asheboro, NC; American historical treasures that have gone missing; Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan.
Medical Marijuana; Goldman Sachs Employee Greg Smith; Steven Spielberg
Episode 4 - 10-21-2012
Colorado's medical marijuana industry; former Goldman Sachs employee Greg Smith; director Steven Spielberg discusses his upcoming film, "Lincoln," and shares the first clips of the movie.
The Syrian Civil War; New Program in Texas for War Vets; Daniel Craig & Barbara Broccoli
Episode 3 - 10-14-2012
The impact the Syrian Civil War has on the country; A new program in Texas for veterans who have gotten in trouble with the law; Props & gadgets from James Bond films and interviews with actor Daniel Craig and producer Barbara Broccoli.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai; US General John Allen; Arnold Schwarzenegger
Episode 1 - 9-30-2012
Afghan President Hamid Karzai and U.S. Marine General John Allen discuss the war with Laura Logan in Afghanistan; Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger talks about marital issues.
President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney
Episode 53 - 9-23-2012
President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are interviewed.
The Spymaster Speaks, The Player, The Year of Adele
Episode 52 - 9-16-2012
"The Spymaster Speaks" rebroadcasts an interview with the former head of Israel's intelligence service. "The Player" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous sports agent Drew Rosenhaus. "The Year of Adele" rebroadcasts an interview with the singer.
Killing Bin Laden
Episode 51 - 9-09-2012
Scott Pelley interviews a former SEAL who was part of the team that assassinated Osama bin Laden.
Resurrecting Chrysler, The Flavorists, Teacher to the World
Episode 50 - 9-02-2012
"Resurrecting Chrysler" rebroadcasts a segment on the revitalization of the automaker. "The Flavorists" rebroadcasts a segment on the people who make the artificial flavors in food. "Teacher to the World" rebroadcasts a segment on educator using computer to teach millions around the world.
The Pledge, Stem Cell Fraud, The Sport of Kings
Episode 49 - 8-26-2012
"The Pledge" rebroadcasts a profile of conservative anti-tax activist Grover Norquist. "Stem Cell Fraud" rebroadcasts an investigation into a doctor who falsely claims he can use stem cells to treat cerebral palsy. "The Sport of Kings" rebroadcasts a look at polo and efforts to make it popular in the United States.
The Case Against Lehman Brothers, The Archbishop of Dublin, Aerosmith
Episode 48 - 8-19-2012
The financial collapse of Lehman Brothers is studied via a conversation with a bank examiner who investigated the financial-service firm. Also: a sex-abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church; and an interview with classic rockers Aerosmith.
Romney Ryan, Trapped in Unemployment, Joy in the Congo
Episode 47 - 8-12-2012
Scott Pelley examines a program designed to help long-term unemployed workers get back into the job force; Morley Safer reports on artificial food flavors; and Bob Simon puts the spotlight on the Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra.
Sugar, Face Blindness
Episode 46 - 8-05-2012
Sanjay Gupta investigates whether or not sugar is toxic; Lesley Stahl reports on face blindness, a condition that prevents people from recognizing faces.
Hard Times Generation, The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh
Episode 45 - 7-29-2012
A report on homelessness in central Florida. Also: the life and death of Vincent van Gogh is discussed with biographers, who say that the widely-accepted notion that he committed suicide may not be true.
Evidence of Innocence, India's Gold, Michael Phelps
Episode 44 - 7-22-2012
Lara Logan interviews Michael Morton, who spent nearly 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit; Byron Pitts reports on the demand for gold in India; Anderson Cooper profiles Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps.
Steve Jobs, Apps for Autism
Episode 43 - 7-15-2012
Author Walter Isaacson discusses his biography of Steve Jobs. Also: a report on apps designed to help people with autism communicate.
A Lobbyist's Playbook, Redshirting, The Mozart of Chess
Episode 42 - 7-08-2012
Lesley Stahl interviews former Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff; Morley Safer reports on the rising incidence of "redshirting," in which children with late birthdays are held back from school; Bob Simon profiles chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen.
Stuxnet, Qatar, The Most Expensive Food in the World
Episode 41 - 7-01-2012
Steve Kroft examines the computer worm Stuxnet; Bob Simon visits Qatar; Lesley Stahl reports on the black-market trade of pricey white truffles.
Greg Mortenson, Howard Buffett, Novak Djokovic
Episode 40 - 6-24-2012
An investigation into the validity of humanitarian Greg Mortenson's best-selling stories. Also: Howard Buffett, who will succeed his father, Warren Buffett, as the head of a multibillion-dollar holding company; and tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Insiders, Freeman Hrabowski, Taylor Swift
Episode 39 - 6-17-2012
Steve Kroft reports on how U.S. lawmakers legally buy stock based on nonpublic information; Byron Pitts profiles Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County; Lesley Stahl interviews Taylor Swift.
Leon Panetta, Texas Safaris, Matt Stone and Trey Parker
Episode 38 - 6-10-2012
Scott Pelley interviews Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; Lara Logan reports on breeding and hunting big-game species in the U.S.; Steve Kroft profiles Trey Parker and Matt Stone.
Elon Musk, Jeff Hall and the NSM, Angelina Jolie
Episode 37 - 6-03-2012
Scott Pelley interviews SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who discusses private space travel; Lesley Stahl investigates the murder of a neo-Nazi and a growing subculture of hate in the U.S.; Bob Simon profiles Angelina Jolie.
Final Resting Place, Tel Aviv, The Many Meryls
Episode 36 - 5-27-2012
An interview with former marine Dakota Meyer upon receiving the Medal of Honor; profiles of five sets of brothers who fought to do battle together in Afghanistan; a report on Operation Proper Exit that helps wounded warriors find closure.
Dropping Out, Hard Cases, Roger Waters
Episode 35 - 5-20-2012
Dropping Out - A billionaire's program to pay students with promising ideas to drop out of college is attracting students and critics. Internet business pioneer Peter Thiel thinks his program is a viable alternative to what he sees as a costly and ineffective university system.
Hard Cases - The last resort for patients with rare, undiagnosed medical conditions is Dr. William Gahl's Undiagnosed Diseases Program at the National Institutes of Health.
Roger Waters - Pink Floyd's creative force is still performing the rock opera "The Wall" to sold-out stadiums around the world.
Hank, The Gulen Movement, The Role of a Lifetime
Episode 34 - 5-13-2012
Hank - Legendary retired covert CIA Officer Henry "Hank" Crumpton tells his spy stories to Lara Logan, including his role in the early war in Afghanistan as Deputy Director of the CIA's Counter-Terrorism Center.
The Gulen Movement - A worldwide Islamic movement that has inspired scores of public charter schools here in the U.S. is led by a Turkish cleric living in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Lesley Stahl reports on Fethullah Gulen and his message of education.
The Role of a Lifetime - "CSI: NY" star Gary Sinise's appearance in "Forrest Gump" helped lead to his humanitarian efforts for disabled veterans like the "Lt. Dan" character he made so memorable in the classic film.
The Raptor, Cleaning Up Whitley County, Michael Phelps
Episode 33 - 5-06-2012
The Raptor - Two pilots who refuse to fly the nation's top fighter jet because of safety and health concerns risk their wings to become military whistleblowers and speak out about the F-22 Raptor.
Cleaning Up Whitley County - A corrupt sheriff in a drug-infested Kentucky county who federal authorities initially failed to indict was finally foiled by a pair of twenty-something journalists from the local newspaper.
Michael Phelps - The Olympic gold wunderkind is back to a strict training regimen after a lull that included some fun downtime and unimpressive races. He tells Anderson Cooper he's now ready for the London games, where his coach predicts another multiple gold medal effort.
Hard Measures, Hooked
Episode 32 - 4-29-2012
Hard Measures - The former head of the CIA's Clandestine Service, Jose Rodriguez, talks to Lesley Stahl about the "enhanced interrogation techniques," including waterboarding, used on high-level al Qaeda detainees. The ex-spy was the man behind those techniques that some would consider torture and he defends their use for the first time.
Hooked - Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on drug abuse, uses MRI scans on the brains of addicts to show how difficult it is to just say no to drugs and other addictive behaviors, including eating.
The Case Against Lehman, Christians of the Holy Land, The Trouble with Treasure
Episode 31 - 4-22-2012
The Case Against Lehman - Steve Kroft talks to the bank examiner whose investigation reveals the how and why of the spectacular financial collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bankruptcy that triggered the world financial crisis.
Christians of the Holy Land - Bob Simon reports on the slow exodus from the Holy Land of Palestinian Christians, who say life in the middle of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has become too difficult.
The Trouble with Treasure - Jay Miscovich says he found a cache of emeralds on the bottom of the ocean off of Florida, but it may be years before he can profit from the treasure.
Episode 30 - 4-15-2012
Mike Wallace: "60 Minutes" will devote its entire hour to its beloved colleague and founding correspondent, Mike Wallace, who died on April 7 at the age of 93.
An Imperfect Union, The Sport of Kings, Joy in the Congo
Episode 29 - 4-08-2012
An Imperfect Union - Steve Kroft reports on the debt crisis in Europe, where weaker members of the European Union struggle to pay debt and try to avoid a financial crisis in the Eurozone that could spread to the U.S.
The Sport of Kings - Polo is one of the oldest organized sports in the world and its leading star, Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, plays it with a style befitting his other role as the face of Ralph Lauren's iconic fashion brand, Polo.
Joy in the Congo -The Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra grew from one man's dream to 200 musicians and vocalists providing joy to the poor, bleak capital of Kinshasa. It's now the only symphony orchestra in Central Africa and the only all-black one in the world.
Hard Landing, Sugar, Art Market
Episode 28 - 4-01-2012
Hard Landing - Seven thousand employees of the Kennedy Space Center lost their jobs when the final Space Shuttle was launched last July, a loss of income that's hit the local economy hard.
Sugar - A prominent doctor who treats childhood obesity believes the high amount of sugar in the American diet, much of it in processed foods, is killing us. And as Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, new studies seem to support his theory that sugar is toxic.
Art Market - Morley Safer visits the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair where prices for contemporary art are spiking upward in a market that's been outperforming stocks since 2003.
Resurrecting Chrysler, Evidence of Innocence, Novak Djokovic
Episode 27 - 3-25-2012
Resurrecting Chrysler - Just a few years ago, Chrysler was in chapter 11, its future bleak. Now, with a new leader in Sergio Marchionne and a new company forged by an alliance with Fiat, the automaker has made a remarkable turnaround to profitability.
Evidence of Innocence - Michael Morton was finally freed when DNA evidence exonerated him after 25 years in prison; he speaks out in his first interview. As Lara Logan reports, Morton's case is one of a series of high profile wrongful convictions that have cast a harsh light on prosecutors.
Novak Djokovic -He's the number-one tennis player in the world. He is a hero to his Serbian people and he has quite a sense of humor.
SpaceX, Face Blindness
Episode 26 - 3-18-2012
SpaceX - Elon Musk was the first private citizen to launch a space vehicle into orbit and bring it back to Earth. Now, the founder of SpaceX is competing against larger, more entrenched aeronautical companies to become the first private venture to put a man into orbit.
Face Blindness -Lesley Stahl reports on a little known condition that prevents people from remembering faces, even those of family members. Some studies estimate that as many as one in 50 people are afflicted with face blindness. Remarkably, Stahl found others who are the opposite when it comes to face recognition. "Super recognizers" never forget a face, no matter how long ago they saw it.
The Spymaster Speaks, Teacher to the World, Aerosmith
Episode 25 - 3-11-2012
The Spymaster Speaks - While the possibility of a nuclear-armed Iran becomes an election year issue, the former head of Israel's intelligence service, Meir Dagan, sits down with Lesley Stahl to discuss the Iranian nuclear question.
Teacher to the World - On his educational website, "Khan Academy," he teaches millions of students across the world each month. Sal Khan's teaching method has become so effective that it may be the future of American education.
Aerosmith - An inside look at how, despite their differences, one of America's premier rock bands defied age, substance abuse and changing musical tastes to stay together for 40 years. Lara Logan goes on tour with and interviews the members of Aerosmith.
Stuxnet, The Archbishop of Dublin, Redshirting
Episode 24 - 3-04-2012
Stuxnet - The sophisticated computer worm that sabotaged Iran's nuclear program is now out there, its idea and methods exposed to terrorists or rogue nations who could use them to create their own cyberweapon.
The Archbishop of Dublin - The sex abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church has rocked one of the most Catholic countries in the world and turned the archbishop of Dublin into an outspoken critic of the church.
Redshirting - Morley Safer reports on the rising incidence of "redshirting," holding back children from school who have late birthdays so they can be the oldest instead of the youngest in their class.
Going to Extremes
Episode 23 - 2-26-2012
From October 11, 2009: The Birdmen (Steve Kroft) - Steve Kroft reports on the latest extreme adventurer craze: men donning wing suits and jumping off mountain tops to glide at speeds of 140 miles per hour.
From October 02, 2011: Alone on the Wall (Lara Logan) - Lara Logan profiles free-soloing rock climber Alex Honnold, the subject of the movie Alone on the Wall.
From March 28, 2010: The Sharkman (Anderson Cooper) - Anderson Cooper with Mike Rutzen in Cape Town, South Africa. Rutzen, also known as "The Sharkman", swims with the most feared predators in the ocean and takes Anderson with him.
Trapped in Unemployment, Treating Depression, The Mozart of Chess
Episode 22 - 2-19-2012
Trapped in Unemployment - As the number of Americans without work for a year or two rises into the millions, Scott Pelley reports on a program designed to help the long term unemployed back into the workplace.
Treating Depression -A Harvard psychologist says drugs used to treat depression do work, but for the most part, it's not the chemical that's making people feel better, it's the placebo effect.
The Mozart of Chess -Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is the number one chess player in the world and he loves to see his opponents squirm.
Deception at Duke, India's Gold, The year of Adele
Episode 21 - 2-12-2012
Deception at Duke - Scott Pelley reports on a Duke University oncologist whose supervisor says he manipulated the data in his study of a breakthrough cancer therapy.
India's Gold -The demand for gold in India accounts for an amazing 32 percent of the worldwide market for the precious metal. And no wonder. The most important tradition at nearly all the 10 million annual weddings in India is the lavish gold jewelry.
The year of Adele -Her second album has sold nearly 18 million copies worldwide, putting the British singing sensation on top of the charts and up for six Grammys. Anderson Cooper talks to Adele about her success and the vocal cord surgery that saved her voice.
Dolly Parton, Anna Wintour, Meryl Streep
Episode 20 - 2-05-2012
Morley Safer profiles three famous ladies.
From June 7, 2009 - Dolly Parton - An interview with Dolly Parton concerning her life, musical career, and the production of the Broadway version of her film "9 to 5."
From May 17, 2009 - Anna Wintour - Morley Safer with Vogue editor, Anna Wintour in a very rare interview. You might know her as "The Devil Wears Prada."
From December 18, 2011 - The Many Meryls - Morley Safer sits down with the two-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep for a rare interview. She talks about acting, her career, family and her major role: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Leon Panetta, Roger Goodell, Big Game Species in US
Episode 19 - 1-29-2012
Scott Pelley interviews Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; Steve Kroft profiles NFL commissioner Roger Goodell; Lara Logan reports on breeding and hunting big-game species in the U.S.
Wildebeest Migration, Elephant Dictionary, Jane Goodall
Episode 18 - 1-22-2012
Scott Pelley visits Kenya to observe the great wildebeest migration; Bob Simon reports on the compilation of an elephant dictionary in Central Africa; Lara Logan interviews anthropologist Jane Goodall.
Groupon, Qatar, Jake
Episode 17 - 1-15-2012
Groupon - In his first major interview since taking the multibillion dollar Internet company public late last year, the founder and CEO of online daily deals site Groupon talks about the company Forbes called the fastest growing in the world.
Qatar -The tiny and prosperous Middle Eastern country with no income taxes and free health care is an island of calm in a sea of unrest as neighbors like Syria, Egypt and Bahrain experience social upheaval.
Jake -At 13 years old, Jake Barnett is already attending college and tutoring his much older "peers." In fact, the math and science prodigy was acing college courses when he was just eight and hopes to use his gift to change the world someday.
Stem cell treatments, Brothers in the Marines, Truffles
Episode 16 - 1-08-2012
The Internet is full of websites selling unproven stem cell treatments for incurable illnesses, Marines call each other "brother," but in the Lone Star Battalion, there are five actual sets of brothers, The most expensive food in the world.
The Majority Leader, The Perfect Score, The ascent of Alex Honnold
Episode 15 - 1-01-2012
Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor; Then, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others; Also, Mountain climber Alex Honnold seems to defy gravity by scaling sheer, steep rock faces with no rope and apparently no fear.
The Library, Mount Athos
Episode 14 - 12-25-2011
This special Christmas edition of 60 Minutes features two segments from previous programs.
From April 10, 2011, Morley Safer tours the Vatican Library, which holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man.
From April 24, 2011, Bob Simon presents a two-part feature in which he steps back in time getting rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on a remote Greek peninsula, whose lives and routines have remained constant for a thousand years. Bob sees many aspects of the monastic life including chanting, prayers, rituals and priceless relics and icons from the Byzantine Empire.