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    • September 9, 2012 - Killing Bin Laden

      Scott Pelley interviews "Mark Owen," one of the members of Seal Team 6. Owen, who is disguised for his own safety, gives a first-hand account of the raid in Pakistan which resulted in the killing of the world's most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden. "Mark" recalls each step of the mission and the preparation he and the nation's elite force made for it in order to give credit to his SEAL comrades and the hundreds of others whose work played a role in the successful mission. The story is presented in four parts and comprises the entire program.

    • December 2, 2012 - The Cost of Admission, Three Generations of Punishment, Around the World in 20 Days

      Steve Kroft investigates Health Management Associates (HMA), America's fourth largest for profit hospital chain. HMA owns 70 hospital in 15 states and faces allegations from doctors that HMA's non-medical staff pressured them to meet admission quotas, regardless of a patient's medical needs.
      Anderson Cooper profiles Shin Dong-hyuk, the first defector from North Korea's Camp 14. Shin was born in the camp and escaped at age 23. He tells the story of his escape and talks of the brutality of life in such camps.
      Bob Simon profiles Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg, two Swiss men who built the only solar-powered plane capable of night-time flight. Their goal is to circumnavigate the globe in 20 days and 20 nights without burning a drop of fossil fuel.

    • April 15, 2012 - Remembering Mike Wallace

      A special program dedicated to Mike Wallace, who died on April 7 at the age of 93. Mike was one of the founders of 60 Minutes and set the tone for the show. He and Harry Reasoner were the initial correspondents when the show debuted in 1968.

    • March 11, 2012 - The Spymaster Speaks, Teacher to the World, Aerosmith

      Lesley Stahl talks with Meir Dagan, the former head of the Israeli intelligence service about the possibility of a nuclear Iran.

      Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on the teaching methods of Sal Khan, whose educational website Khan Academy helps millions of students around the world. His teaching methods have become so effective that they may become the future of American education.

      Lara Logan profiles the members of Aerosmith who, despite their differences, substance abuse and changing musical tastes, have stayed together for 40 years.

    • October 3, 2010 - Unfinished Business, The Go-To-Guy, Giving Away A Fortune

      Lesley Stahl in Iraq with General Ray Odierno who just left his command there about a month ago. Will the U.S. effort work if a land dispute between Iraq and the Iraqi Kurdistan keep mistrust and conflict from ever giving these people any peace?

      Next, Morley Safer talks with Kenneth Feinberg. Just in case you don't know who this is, Feinberg is the man who was in charge of the victims' of 9/11 compensation fund, Agent Orange compensation and most recently the BP oil spill. No one is ever completely happy with how these things go, but Feinberg is used to that and very open about what he's doing.

      Finally, Scott Pelley with Bill and Melinda Gates, who are using some of their fortune for good deeds.

      And stick around for Andy Rooney's gadgets.

    • November 13, 2011 - Insiders, Taser, Freeman Hrabowski

      Steve Kroft reports on how America's lawmakers can legally buy stock and real estate based on information not available to the public.

      David Martin reports on tasers, a non-lethal device that has saved lives and prevented serious injury to suspects and police. But a new study says some authorities use it too quickly, with deadly consequences.

      Byron Pitts profiles University of Maryland Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski has turned UMBC into an institution which produces outstanding scientists and engineers, many of whom are minorities.

    • November 27, 2011 - Hard Times Generation, The Flavorists, Angelina

      In a follow up to a March 6, 2011 story, Scott Pelley returns back to central Florida to interview homeless families who are forced to live in cars.

      Morley Safer reports on the real and artificial flavors industry, upon which food manufacturers rely to make their foods and beverages desirable to consumers.

      Bob Simon profiles Angelina Jolie, who is making her directorial debut with the film In the Land of Blood and Honey.

    • May 15, 2011 - The Soldiers' Secretary, Afghanistan's Top Spy, Sovereign Citizens

      Secretary of Defense Robert Gates gives Katie Couric his first interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden. Katie also reports on the Secretary's five-day mission to the Middle East which included a stop in Iraq; a mission which she traveled on.

      Lara Logan reports on the former head of Afghani intelligence, who says Pakistan has supported the Taliban for years and that in 2007 his information pinpointed Osama bin Laden to within 12 miles from where American forces killed him last week.

      Byron Pitts reports on the increasing number of American anti-government extremists who don't pay taxes as well as ignoring requirements like social security cards and drivers licenses. They are called sovereign citizens and some have become violent to the point that the FBI considers them a domestic terror threat.

    • Scott Pelley reports on the impact of the end of the Space Shuttle program in which 7,000 employees at the Kennedy Space Center lost their jobs and the devastating ripple effect on local businesses in Brevard County.

      Dr. Robert Lustig, a pediatric endocrinologist at the University of California at San Francisco, believes the high amount of sugar in the American diet is deadly. His research, supported by new studies from some of the nation's most respected institutions, suggests that sugar is toxic and a contributory factor to cancer, obesity, Type II diabetes, hypertension and even heart disease and stroke.

      Morley Safer visits the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair where contemporary art prices have been outperforming the stock market since 2003.

    • October 7, 2012 - Huawei, Sticker Shock, Rodriguez

      Steve Kroft looks into Chinese telecom giant Huawei, a global company whose U.S. Headquarters are in Plano, Texas. Huawei, whose Chinese hierarchy is clothed in secrecy and whose senior executives rarely grant interviews, has been investigated by the U.S. House Intelligence Committee over concerns of being a potential security threat to the United States, government, industry and citizenry.
      Lesley Stahl reports on the world's largest eye-wear company, the Italian firm Luxottica, responsible for putting glasses on half a billion people.
      Bob Simon profiles singer-songwriter Rodriguez, whose two early-1970's albums were largely ignored in America while thriving in South Africa. A recent documentary on his life entitled Searching for Sugar Man, has helped Rodriguez gain a measure of notoriety in America.

    • 2017/05/14
      Season 49 - Episode 34
    • December 10, 2006 Exposing The Truth; the Phantom of Corleone; A New Kind of Fight
      December 10, 2006 Exposing The Truth; the Phantom of Corleone; A New Kind of Fight

      Abu Ghraib was exposed when Joe Darby reported fellow soldiers for the horrific abuse. Anderson Cooper reports on how Darby continues to suffer threats, along with his family. The Phantom of Corleone was on the run for decades. Bernardo Provenzano, head of the Sicilian Mafia, finally caught! Steve Kroft reports on why this hasn’t seemed to change business as usual. A New Kind of Fight takes a look at mixed martial arts, once shunned by society as barbaric, extraordinarily vicious fighting. Now, a fast growing sport, Scott Pelley examines the changes in rules and increasing popularity.moreless
    • January 27, 2013 - President Obama & Secretary Clinton, The Fall of Lance Armstrong

      In a double-length segment, Steve Kroft sits down with President Obama and outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in their first joint interview.
      Scott Pelley interviews the CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, Travis Tygart, who is convinced that Lance Armstrong continued to lie when he confessed to serial doping in an interview with Oprah Winfrey.

    • 2015/09/27
      Season 48 - Episode 1
    • March 25, 2012 - Resurrecting Chrysler, Evidence of Innocence, Novak Djokovic

      Steve Kroft profiles Sergio Marchionne, who is credited with saving Chrysler through an alliance with Fiat. They paid back their loans to the U.S. Government six years early.

      Lara Logan reports on the case of Michael Morton, who was exonerated by DNA evidence after spending 25 years in prison for the murder of his wife. In his first interview, talks about the likelihood that prosecutorial misconduct played a role in his conviction.

      Bob Simon profiles world number-one men's tennis player Novak Djokovic, who is the current holder of three of the four Grand Slam titles and began 2012 by winning his first 41 matches.

    • January 26, 2014 - Nowhere To Go, Help Wanted, Jay Leno
    • Lesley Stahl looks into California's three year drought.

      Lara Logan reports on Afghanistan's efforts to be rid of al Qaeda and the Taliban. Former CIA operative Henry Crumpton discusses the strategy he feels is now necessary in Pakistan.

      From October 11, 2009: The Birdmen (Steve Kroft)

    • March 4, 2012 - Stuxnet, The Archbishop of Dublin, Redshirting

      Steve Kroft reports on a sophisticated computer worm called Stuxnet successfully sabotaged Iran's nuclear program by destroying centrifuges. It is now available to all and its ideas and methods potentially exposed to terrorists or rogue nations who could modify the worm and use it against the United States.

      Bob Simon talks to the Archbishop of Dublin regarding the sex abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church. The Archbishop is an outspoken critic of the Church and the way the crisis has been handled.

      Morley Safer reports on kindergarten "redshirting," the practice of holding children who have late birthdays back one year so they will be among the oldest in instead of among the youngest.

    • May 20, 2012 at 8:00 PM ET - Final Resting Place, Tel Aviv, The Many Meryls

      Anderson Cooper reports on illegal activities at America's cemeteries including exhuming bodies to resell plots, pressurized sales tactics and moving graves without informing families. These practices raise questions around whether or not the multi-billion needs more government oversight.

      Bob Simon visits Tel Aviv, Israel's largest city. The city is an oasis of merriment in the increasingly violent and unstable Middle East.

      From December 18, 2011 - The Many Meryls (Morley Safer)

    • October 23, 2011 - Steve Jobs, Apps for Autism

      In a double-length segment, Steve Kroft interviews biographer Walter Isaacson, who wrote Steve Jobs authorized biography. The feature includes Jobs telling his story in his own words from over 40 interviews he gave to Isaacson. Among Jobs' revelations are that he refused potentially life-saving surgery on the cancer that recently killed him.

      Lesley Stahl reports on special applications for the iPad that allow autistic people to make breakthroughs in communicating, some for the first time.

    • January 29, 2012 - Defense Secretary Panetta, The Commissioner, Big Game Hunting

      Scott Pelley profiles U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta who, as head of the CIA, ran the mission that captured and killed Osama bin Laden.
      Steve Kroft profiles National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell.
      Lara Logan looks at exotic big game hunting in Texas, where people can hunt for some 100 species from places like Africa and Asia.

    • February 08, 2009 Brace For Impact; Coldplay
      February 08, 2009 Brace For Impact; Coldplay Long awaited Katy Couric interview with Capt. Chesley (Sully) Sullenberger, the heroic pilot who successfully landed a 75 ton jet in the Hudson River without a single loss of life. This is Sully's first in depth interview and not surprisingly, very candid and thoughtful. Steve Kroft with Coldplay, the British group that rarely gives interviews and has been nominated for seven Grammys (airing tonight).moreless
    • May 5, 2013 - Counterinsurgency Cops, Robin Hood, Invisible Wounds

      Law enforcement is taking back the streets of Springfield, Massachusetts, from criminal gangs and drugs by using military counterinsurgency tactics that are used overseas. Lesley Stahl looks at the tactics and the successes achieved using them.
      Paul Tudor Jones, with inspiration from a 60 Minutes story in 1986, founded the Robin Hood Foundation, a New York charity for the richest of the rich. Scott Pelley reports on the foundation, which has raised as much as $57 million in one night. The charity has distributed over $1.25 billion to New York's neediest with an emphasis on education.
      CBS News Correspondent David Martin, on assignment for 60 Minutes, reports on how tens of thousands of U.S. battlefield veterans are suffering from permanent and/or traumatic brain injuries from concussions incurred in Iraq and Afghanistan. The situation is one which the military is only recently coming to grips with. David also looks at the steps being taken to help veterans.

    • February 21, 2010 - Blackwater 61, Bloom Box, Ground Zero

      Steve Kroft examines the story behind "Blackwater 61", a plane carrying soldiers and supplies that crashed into a mountain in Afghanistan.

      Lesley Stahl reports on an alternative energy source that large corporations in California have been secretly testing.

      Scott Pelley returns to Ground Zero to look at why, despite billions spent, none of the buildings and memorial has been completed.

    • November 7, 2010 - President Obama, Pacman

      In a double length story, Steve Kroft interviews President Obama about the unmistakable message voters sent in the midterm elections.

      Bob Simon profiles boxer Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, winner of world championships in seven different weight divisions.

    • May 6, 2012 - The Raptor, Cleaning Up Whitley County, Michael Phelps

      Lesley Stahl talks to two pilots - Major Jeremy Gordon and Capt. Josh Wilson of the Virginia Air National Guard based at Langley Air Force Base - who have chosen not to fly the nation's top fighter jet, the F-22 Raptor, because of safety and health concerns. The two pilots are risking their careers by speaking to 60 Minutes without military approval.

      Byron Pitts reports on the work of investigative reporters Adam Sulfridge and Samantha Swindler, who were responsible for the arrest and incarceration of Whitley County, Kentucky's corrupt sheriff, Lawrence Hodge. Working for The Corbin Times-Tribune, the two managed to do what federal authorities could not - building a case to get the sheriff and numerous associates convicted on charges which included money laundering, extortion and distribution of drugs.

      Anderson Cooper profiles United States swimmer Michael Phelps, eight-time gold medalist at the Beijing Olympic Games in 2008. Michael talks about the time after Beijing when he stopped training to enjoy life, which included being photographed with a marijuana pipe. He has rededicated himself to compete in the 2012 Olympic Games in London, after which he will retire.

    • 2016/11/13
      Season 49 - Episode 8
    • February 28, 2010 - Stealing America's Secrets, Battle Over History, Kathryn Bigelow

      Scott Pelley examines the world of espionage in and the ever increasing role of the Chinese in their attempts to steal America's secrets.

      Bob Simon reports from the banks of the Euphrates River, where Armenians claim that some 100 years ago the Turks committed genocide with the deportation and killing of more than a million of their citizens. The Turkish and American governments, however, refuse to call it genocide.

      Lesley Stahl profiles Kathryn Bigelow, whose film The Hurt Locker has her in line to possibly become the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director.

    • October 14, 2012 - Aleppo, Coming Home, James Bond

      Clarissa Ward, on assignment for 60 Minutes, travels to Syria including its largest city, Aleppo, to take a first-hand look at the Syrian civil war which has taken hundreds of lives and destroyed cities. She talks to rebels who, due to a lack of support from the West, are turning Islamic militants who have their own agenda: turning Syria into an Islamic state.
      Scott Pelley reports on an alternative to standard justice for veterans who are first time felony offenders. Instead of going to prison, they attend a program that helps them overcome symptoms of war, including PTSD. Upon graduation, their criminal record is expunged. State Judge Marc Carter talks about the program.
      In celebration of 50 years of James Bond films, Anderson Cooper profiles the current Bond, Daniel Craig and talks to Barbara Broccoli, whose family has produced every Bond film - dating back to 1962. Anderson also gets a look at some of the memorabilia from the franchise, including a champagne bottle from the first film, Dr. No, and the famous golden gun.

    • February 10, 2013 - Attack in Algeria, 40 Million Mistakes, Lincoln

      Charlie Rose interviews Mark Cobb, Steve Wysocki and Nick Frazier, three of the five Americans who survived the January 16, 2013 terrorist attack on an Algerian natural gas facility. The three-pronged al Qaeda attack resulted in 37 deaths.
      An investigative report by Steve Kroft examines the accuracy of credit reports that 200 million American consumers rely on. An eight-year Federal Trade Commission study, due out the day after this segment aired, looks at Experian, TransUnion, Equifax, the three major players in the credit reporting industry. The study says that there is a 20 percent error rate, which translates in 40 million mistakes.
      Lesley Stahl examines the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, through the eyes of the team that made the film Lincoln. Featured in the report are director Steven Spielberg, star Daniel Day Lewis and historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, on whose book the movie is based. Lincoln has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards.

    • February 9, 2014 - Sex Matters, Philip Seymour Hoffman, 100,000 Homes
    • September 23, 2012 - Campaign 2012
      September 23, 2012 - Campaign 2012
      Season 44 - Episode 42

      Campaign 2012 is examined in depth with separate interviews with the two men vying for the Office of the President. Steve Kroft interviews President Barack Obama and Scott Pelley interviews Governor Mitt Romney on a wide range of topics which are of interest to voters including the economy, jobs, healthcare, national security and the federal budget.

    • Tuesday, September 24, 1968
      Tuesday, September 24, 1968
      Season 1 - Episode 1
    • Morley Safer profiles Peter Thiel, a billionaire internet business pioneer who pays students with promising entrepreneurial ideas $100,000 to drop out of college. He sees the controversial program as a viable alternative to what, in his opinion, is a university system that is too expensive and not effective in preparing graduates for success.

      Lara Logan reports on the Undiagnosed Diseases Program at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, a final hope for patients with rare and undiagnosed medical conditions run by Dr. William Gahl's.

      Steve Kroft profiles Roger Waters, the creative force behind Pink Floyd and writer of the rock opera The Wall which, at the age of 68, he is still performing around the world.

    • April 12, 2009 Bionic Veterans; Guns for Sale; Steve Wynn's Win
      April 12, 2009 Bionic Veterans; Guns for Sale; Steve Wynn's Win Scott Pelley gets some incredible insight as to the advances made in prosthetic limbs. Fred Downs, head of prosthetics for the Veterans Administration, demonstrates the almost "sci fi" type limbs now being used to change lives. In our second story, Lesley Stahl explores the reasons behind an increase in gun sales and why at least one advocacy group is encouraging Americans to be armed. Finally, a look at the glitz and glitter of casino gaming as seen through the eyes of one of the most innovative and successful moguls, Steve Wynn. He is interviewed by Charlie Rose who also discusses the eye disease that may soon take the sight of this visionary. And tonight, what's the problem with Andy Rooney.moreless
    • Scott Pelley returns to Wilmington, Ohio for the latest on the aftermath of the DHL shut down.

      Bob Simon travels to Istanbul, Turkey to interview Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, leader of the 300-million member Orthodox Christian Church.

      Morley Safer interviews Alec Baldwin.

    • March 01, 2009 SEC Ignoring Fraud; Mexico's War; The Republican Obama
      March 01, 2009 SEC Ignoring Fraud; Mexico's War; The Republican Obama The Bernard Madoff rip-off involved thousands of victims and billions of dollars. Why does Harry Markopolos claim that the SEC (Security Exchange Commission) wouldn't know fraud if it was handed to them? Steve Kroft reports on how the contention is that the SEC personnel reportedly watching out for this aren't experienced enough to see it. In our second story, CNN's Anderson Cooper reports about the ongoing and growing war involving Mexican gangs and drugs. With most of their weapons coming from the U.S. and more than 6,000 deaths in the last couple of years, it may be time to notice and do something about it. Finally, Morley Safer with Republican Governor of Louisianna, Bobby Jindal. The son of Indian immigrants, at just 37 years old, is he a future contender for the presidency?moreless
    • January 11, 2009 Wall Street Speculation; Obama's Advisor; Wyclef Jean
      January 11, 2009 Wall Street Speculation; Obama's Advisor; Wyclef Jean Steve Kroft explores how our current economic mess had more contributors than we may have thought. Not the least of which being Wall Street speculation in the oil futures market. News correspondent, David Martin with the Joint Chief of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen. This is Obama's advisor as our government changes parties during wartime, another historical first. Finally, Scott Pelley with Wyclef Jean, a Haitian immigrant turned rock star.moreless
    • January 25, 2009 The Winter of Our Hardship; No Peace Deal; Wine Rx
      January 25, 2009 The Winter of Our Hardship; No Peace Deal; Wine Rx Scott Pelley in Wilmington, Ohio where DHL, the town's largest employer has closed operations. The massive hardships are seen on a tremendously personal level, including how one supervisor who would walk dismissed employees off the property and take their ID badges, had it done to her as well. With "No Peace Deal", Bob Simon from Israel and the West Bank. Finally, Morley Safer reports on resveratrol, a substance in red wine that so far has repeatedly shown promise at lengthening lifespans.moreless
    • November 30, 2008 The Cheaters; The Silver Star; Michael Phelps
      November 30, 2008 The Cheaters; The Silver Star; Michael Phelps Online gambling is illegal in the U.S., but it's a nearly impossible law to enforce. In this story, a group of men turn a dishonest cyber-poker game around and cheat to the tune of $20 million. In the second story tonight, Lara Logan reports on the second woman to ever win the Silver Star (the first being in World War II). Monica Brown wasn't even supposed to be there when she ended up saving two wounded men in battle. Also tonight, Michael Phelps talks with CNN's Anderson Cooper. This 23 year old Olympic record breaker, now a marketing millionaire and still remarkably personable.moreless
    • December 14, 2008 Barney Frank; Where's the Bottom? And Win Forever
      December 14, 2008 Barney Frank; Where's the Bottom? And Win Forever In our first story, Lesley Stahl with Rep. Barney Frank about the bailouts the government is undertaking. In keeping with the economy, the second segment is about the mortgage crises and how much worse it may get before rebounding. Scott Pelley reports. Also tonight, USC college football coach, Pete Carroll discusses how he helped make the Trojans the powerhouse they are. Byron Pitts interviewsmoreless
    • February 15, 2009 Buy American; Whistle Blower; Taliban Power
      February 15, 2009 Buy American; Whistle Blower; Taliban Power Lesley Stahl examines the new "Buy American" clause pushed for public works funded by the stimulus money. Dan DiMicco, CEO of the nation's largest steelmaker thinks it's a great idea. The head of Caterpillar, on the other hand, believes retaliation by other countries could spur them to push their own "Buy Europe" or "Buy China" clauses and end up hurting the American economy even more. In our next story, Scott Pelley with Paul Bishop, a whistle blower from World Savings where he was let go rather than taken seriously after trying to expose the bad mortgage market. Finally, Steve Kroft in Pakistan. How strong has the Taliban gotten ? And what might they do if they take over Pakistan and the hundred nuclear bombs there?moreless
    • September 30, 2007 Clarence Thomas; Bi-Polar in Children; Vince Young
      September 30, 2007 Clarence Thomas; Bi-Polar in Children; Vince Young The lead story tonight about Clarence Thomas, Supreme Court Justice who discusses his years in service with Steve Kroft, addresses his many critics. Surprisingly Thomas also talks about his past scandal with Anita Hill and his feelings about the confirmation hearings that lead to justice’s appointments (or not). In our second story, Katie Couric investigates what appears to be an over-diagnosis of Bi-Polar Disorder in children. Rebecca Riley, just four years old, died from an overdose of medication for bi-polar disorder. Both doctors and parents are interviewed about the rising diagnosis of this previously ‘adult only’ disorder, in a million American children. Finally, Scott Pelley talks with Vince Young, the Tennessee Titans’ quarterback considered NFL Hall of Fame material.moreless
    • April 20, 2008 Green Berets; Gastric Bypass; Missing da Vinci
      April 20, 2008 Green Berets; Gastric Bypass; Missing DaVinci Lara Logan interviews Green Berets who suffered a particularly vicious attack by hundreds of Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. How they stood ground for two days, hugely out numbered and won the battle. Next, just how safe is gastric bypass surgery ? Dr. Eugenia Calle tells Lesley Stahl that incidents of cancer increase with weight gain, so is gastric bypass a potential cancer preventative? There are even more surprising benefits than this. Finally, Morley Safer reports on the disappearance of a Leonardo da Vinci mural in Florence, Italy. Did it really just fade away? Plus Andy Rooney, going nowhere.moreless
    • November 12, 2006 Ed Bradley: In Memorium
      November 12, 2006 Ed Bradley: In Memorium

      With the unexpected passing of one of 60 Minute’s finest and long time journalist this week, tonight’s entire hour is dedicated to Ed Bradley’s contribution not only to this long lived series, but in the lives he touched.
    • December 09, 2007 Gorilla Massacre; Addiction Cure or Con; LaDainian Tomlinson
      December 09, 2007 Gorilla Massacre; Addiction Cure or Con; LaDainian Tomlinson Anderson Cooper reports on one of the worst mass murders in the animal world in the past year. Ten, very endangered Mountain Gorillas in the Democratic Republic of Congo were slaughtered by terrorists of a different kind. With only about 700 left on earth, preserving them means preserving their habitat. Their habitat is worth more as charcoal to some dealers with a powerful message to those wanting to protect the last of these magnificent creatures: “If you don’t stop, we can kill all the gorillas”. In our second story, Scott Pelley investigates the claims of a former junk-bond salesman who now promotes ‘Prometa’, a supposed cure for methamphetamine addiction. Is it for real or for profit? Also, San Diego Chargers running back LaDainian Tomlinson talks with Bob Simon as he hands out Thanksgiving dinners, contributes goods to underprivileged children. Finally, a nice story from the sports world.moreless
    • July 3, 2005 - Old Soldiers, The New Free Space

      How can the U.S. justify calling back to active duty, soldiers who have already put their time in and are now over 50 years old?
      Also: Is the space race growingly dependent on private investors?

    • September 19, 2010 - The Swindler, Jimmy Carter, Football Island

      From October 04, 2009: The Swindler (Steve Kroft)

      Lesley Stahl interviews former president Jimmy Carter about his new book White House Diary. In the book, he admits to mistakes he made and blames Senator Ted Kennedy for delaying comprehensive health care reform.

      From January 17, 2010: Football Island (Scott Pelley)

    • August 16, 2009 Michael Vick
      August 16, 2009 Michael Vick
      Season 41 - Episode 46
      August 16, 2009 Michael Vick Former pro quarterback, Michael Vick in an interview by CBS Sports anchor James Brown. He discusses his suspension, his involvement in dogfights and hopes to be signed. At this writing it was reported that Vick has been signed to the Eagles.
    • February 23, 2014 - The Shooting At Chardon High, The Con Artist, Liam Neeson

      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.

    • December 07, 2008 The Oil Kingdom; Schnabel
      December 07, 2008 The Oil Kingdom; Schnabel Lesley Stahl visits Saudi Arabia and tours the oil producing facilities while interviewing Saudi officials. Though prices have plummeted in recent months, they're not worried. What's in store for us, and them. In our second story, Morley Safer with Julian Schnabel, a powerhouse in art and film who made his initial mark in the 1980's and has never looked back.moreless
    • November 20, 2005 - Juiced, A Deal With The Devil, Cirque Du Soleil

      Steroid use and lies in baseball. Also, is there an admitted serial killer free among us?
      Leslie Stahl gets a front row seat and behind the scenes interviews with the Cirque Du Soleil

    • December 02, 2007 The Purge; One Laptop; Will Smith
      December 02, 2007 The Purge; One Laptop; Will Smith Scott Pelley reports about the Anglican clergyman in Baghdad who watched his flock killed with survivors forced into exile by extremist Muslims. Why now, after 2,000 years of being able to mutually respect each other, are Christians and Muslims embroiled in one of the worst religious civil wars in history? In our next story, ‘One Laptop Per Child’, Lesley Stahl reports about MIT’s Professor Nicholas Negroponte’s determination to get a laptop into the laps of children in Third World countries. The professor has since realized his goal is more of a dream, but it’s one he’s not quite ready to give up on. Finally, actor Will Smith is a box office draw who earns more than $20 million per film. Tonight he sits down with Steve Kroft and explores the formula for his success, plus some great looks into his newest movie, “I Am Legend”. All of this and Andy Rooney’s Christmas crisis, tonight on 60 Minutes.moreless
    • April 30, 2006 - Lethal and Leaking, Priory of Sion, Colbert Report

      In Hanford, Washington, the Department of Energy has spent more than 16 years trying to clean up an area along the Columbia River, without much success. Lesley Stahl reports on what is being called 'the most contaminated piece of real estate'.
      "The Da Vinci Code" hasn't even premiered yet, but the media has gone wild for anything remotely associated with the subjects covered in it. Tonight, Ed Bradley delves into the "Priory of Sion" and asks the question, 'is it just an elaborate hoax?'
      Finally, in the Colbert Report, Morley Safer explores the notoriety that Stephen Colbert's mock news reports is causing.

    • 4/29/12

      In a double-length segment, Lesley Stahl interviews the former head of the C.I.A.'s Clandestine Service, Jose Rodriguez, who talks to about 'enhanced interrogation techniques' used on high-level al-Qaeda prisoners. He defends certain techniques, including waterboarding, that some consider torture.

      Morley Safer talks to Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, on the use of MRI brain scans of addicts to demonstrate the difficulty to just no to drugs and other addictions, including eating, smoking and gambling.

    • November 16, 2008 Obama's First Interview; Musical Savant
      November 16, 2008 Obama's First Interview; Musical Savant Steve Kroft with President elect Obama's first post election interview. This is expected to be one of the most watched shows of the season as Barack Obama talks about his plans for the next four years. He also discusses his cabinet choices. Wife Michelle is also interviewed. In the second story, Lesley Stahl re visits one of the most amazing musical savants known. Rex Lewis-Clack's life was changed when his parents found that their son, born blind and mentally impaired, was extraordinarily gifted. Now, at 13, see how far music and his gift has taken him.moreless
    • Sunday October 16 - Addicted to Heroin, Bill Romanowski, The Lord God Bird

      Afghanistan is more than a hot bed of war, struggle for freedom and terrorism, it's becoming the number one supplier of the raw material (opium) that produces heroin.
      Also: Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski candidly interviewed by Scott Pelley and Ed Bradley talks with the team on the look out for definitive proof the Ivory Billed Woodpecker is really back from extinction.

    • October 21, 2012 - Rocky Mountain High, Resignation, Spielberg

      Steve Kroft reports on the thriving medical marijuana industry in Colorado which, despite its creation of jobs and revenue, is all against federal law.
      Anderson Cooper profiles Greg Smith, whose very public resignation from Goldman Sachs via a The New York Times editorial. He tells Anderson of his motivation behind his actions.
      Lesley Stahl profiles Steven Spielberg, Hollywood's most successful filmmaker. Spielberg discusses his new film, an epic historic feature on Abraham Lincoln's quest to abolish slavery.

    • May 17, 2009 Secretary of Defense; AIG; Vogue Editor
      Katie Couric with an updated, in depth look and interview with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates about what's really happening now and his insights to a time frame for an end to this war. Also, Steve Kroft with the insurance and banking powerhouse, AIG, the reported center of the economic crises. Finally, Morley Safer with Vogue editor, Anna Wintour in a very rare interview. You might know her as "The Devil Wears Prada".moreless
    • May 10, 2009 Eyes in the Sky; Who Killed the Spy?; Bill James
      America's Air Force has the ultimate weapon of stealth and surprise, "unmanned aerial vehicles" or "eyes in the sky" can hit their target from 2 miles above it in perfect silence. Lara Logan has been granted access to the pilots, a demonstration and classified footage of missions over Afghanistan. Next, Steve Kroft with a unique murder mystery: The Egyptians claim it was their greatest spy, but then, so do the Israelis. Ashraf Marwan was likely pushed or dropped from his 5 story high terrace in London, but who was he really working for and why was he killed? Then, Morley Safer with Bill James. He doesn't actually play for the Red Sox, but he is credited with helping them win two World Championships.moreless
    • October 14, 2007 Blackwater; Supermax Prison; Emerald City of the Middle East
      October 14, 2007 Blackwater; Supermax Prison; Emerald City of the Middle East Private contractor security, Blackwater, USA, has been under scrutiny for some time, but no more so than recently. 17 killed, 24 injured when a Blackwater team opened fire after a car bombing last month. Lara Logan interviews Blackwater founder, Erik Prince. In another story tonight, Scott Pelley takes a look at what is called the ‘toughest prison in America’, a Florence, Colorado federal penitentiary. Former warden, Robert Hood provides a rare insight into the prison, some infamous inmates and why some prisoners are in their tiny cells for 23 hours a day. Byron Pitts provides an interesting look at Joel Osteen, a Texas preacher with 42,000 parishioners a week. In what could well be the biggest church on earth, find out what Pastor Osteen thinks of his critics. Finally, Steve Kroft reports on what is called the ‘real’ Emerald City and it’s not in Oz. In the midst of the war torn Middle East, Dubai is a city of modern architecture, incredible wealth and the hopes of ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum.moreless
    • November 04, 2007 Curve Ball; Ivory War; Captain of Capitalism
      Curve Ball; Ivory War; Captain of Capitalism An Iraqi defector exposes secret information about mobile biological weapons and the U.S. uses this as a justification to invade Iraq. The problem is, as we all later discovered, the information wasn’t true. Bob Simon investigates and exposes the identity and more about the man known as “Curve Ball”. Scott Pelley is in Africa to find out why, with so many sanctions, laws and prohibitions, are elephants still being slaughtered for tusks. The intelligent, magnificent African elephant is endangered and poachers continue to reduce their numbers for this ivory. Finally, Lesley Stahl talks with Tom Perkins, former Hewlett-Packard director, owner of the biggest yacht (sailboat) in the world and sheds some light on why he’s so deserving of the title ‘Captain of Capitalism’. All this and Andy Rooney, tonight on 60 Minutes.moreless
    • July 23, 2006 Re-visited episode
      July 23, 2006 Re-visited episode
      Season 38 - Episode 44
      WORKING 24/7 Though the digital revolution has allowed people to work from anywhere at anytime, is it really a good thing? Lesley Stahl reports on how this convenience may be causing people to work longer and stress higher. THE AIRPORT ROAD: Lara Logan accompanies soldiers who defended the Baghdad airport highway. THE DINNER SET GANG 20 years of burglary from only the best of homes. Steve Kroft interviews two of the most prolific cat burglers who often did the robbery while everyone was home and eating dinner.moreless
    • March 22, 2009 Obama Interview; Street Musician
      March 22, 2009 Obama Interview; Street Musician President Barack Obama sits down with Steve Kroft in one of the longest interviews since taking office. Also tonight, Morley Safer with Nathaniel Ayers, a musician that had his beginnings in one of the finest music schools. When schizophrenia struck, he took to the streets of Los Angeles, California where a reporter found him. Now, the subject of a book and a film, Ayers' philosophy is remarkably uplifting.moreless
    • April 22, 2007 Mind of an Assassin; Life In Baghdad; Stop Snitchin'
      April 22, 2007 Mind of an Assassin; Life In Baghdad; Stop Snitchin'

      Mind of an Assassin: Scott Pelley reports about the findings of the Secret Service study that profiles killers. Tonight the study is compared to what is known about the Virginia Tech shooter. Lara Logan reports about life in Baghdad, Iraq's capital city where survival is uppermost on citizens' minds every day. Finally, in "Stop Snitchin", Anderson Cooper explores the hip-hop cultures reported undermining of investigations into murders nationwide.moreless
    • March 15, 2009 What Went Wrong; Nourishment of a Nation
      March 15, 2009 What Went Wrong; Nourishment of a Nation Scott Pelley with Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke about what went wrong and brought us to this incredible economic crisis. There is so much to discuss that this segment is double-length. Next, Lesley Stahl with Alice Waters, a world class chef, author of 8 cookbooks and a personal problem with microwaves. Well, at least to the point of wanting to show people how easy, environmentally friendly and healthy fresh, organic can be.moreless
    • January 15, 2006 - John Murtha, The Hermit Kingdom, Felicity

      John Murtha; The Hermit Kingdom; Felicity

      Republican John Murtha, perhaps the biggest critic of the war in Iraq gives an interview tonight on 60 Minutes; also, a rare look into the secretive communist, North Korea. Finally, in tonight's episode, an interview with Felicity Huffman (Desperate Housewives and Transamerica).

    • September 23, 2007 40th season premier President Mahmoud; Pot Shops
      September 23, 2007 40th season premier President Mahmoud; Pot Shops The only interview with the man everyone’s talking about, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, scheduled to address the U.N. next week. His controversial request to visit ground zero was not met well, despite his claiming it was out of respect for the lives lost. This man is accused of harboring and supporting more terrorists than just about any other place on earth. Scott Pelley asks some hard questions and confronts the man with some disturbing facts. Also tonight, Morley Safer surprised at the growing movement to legalize marijuana in the treatment of various medical conditions. Voted on and passed as legal in California, the state’s law, Prop 215 has been abused right from the start, which is not surprising to many. Safer and his cameras get into the inner sanctums where pot is openly sold, smoked and produced in gourmet goods for patient’s eating enjoyment.moreless
    • December 28, 2008 The Road to the White House
      December 28, 2008 The Road to the White House Steve Kroft and a special edition 60 Minutes that explores President Elect Obama's long trek to winning the presidential election.
    • April 29, 2007 Slam Dunk
      April 29, 2007 Slam Dunk
      Season 39 - Episode 32
      April 29, 2007 Slam Dunk

      Scott Pelley talks with former CIA head, George Tenet about the now infamous remark, spurred by the Bush administration and considered one of the justifications behind going to war. Tenet is candid and animated about being used, misunderstood and misrepresented, determined to set the record straight.moreless
    • May 24, 2009 Buy American; New Sheriff In Town; Red Wine For Health Revisited stories: Lesley Stahl with what 'buying American' means to the world economy; Katie Couric with self appointed, "Narcotics Task Force" sheriff Sgt. Bill Jakob; Morley Safer with the truth about the health benefits of red wine.
    • March 29, 2009 Do You Have Worms?; Kenya Cats; LeBron James
      Lesley Stahl with an enlightening and sometimes frightening report about the internet threats hiding in millions of PC's. Viruses and worms can crash a computer, steal your information and do much more harm than many people think. Find out what you can do to protect yours. In our next story, Bob Simon in Kenya, Africa with a report about steps taken against African lions by local farmers. While the numbers of these incredible cats are dwindling toward extinction, locals are using poison in order to protect their cattle from them. Richard Leakey, worldwide known conservationist, is fighting to get this poison, actually a pesticide made in America, banned. Also tonight, Steve Kroft with 24 year old basketball hot shot, LeBron James.moreless
    • June 29, 2008 Christian Persecution in Iraq; Gene Genealogy; Will Smith
      June 29, 2008 Christian Persecution in Iraq; Gene Genealogy; Will Smith Scott Pelley on the persecution of Christians in Iraq and the tragedy thousands suffer for their beliefs. In our second story, the newest trend of having our genealogy traced via DNA testing. How surprising results may bring the most unlikely of families together. Lesley Stahl reports. Finally, Will Smith with Steve Kroft in an enjoyable and enlightening interview that will only endear this young actor even more.moreless
    • November 8, 2009 - Sabotaging the System, Agassi

      How safe are our computer systems? The ones that run the water works, power grids and possibly even military arsenals? Steve Kroft reports.

      In a two-part segment, Katie Couric profiles Andre Agassi on his the release of his upcoming autobiography Open and his decision to open up about the darkest moments of his life.

    • June 22, 2008 Al Hurra; Plumpynut; Scarce Salmon
      June 22, 2008 Al Hurra; Plumpynut; Scarce Salmon Scott Pelley reports on the "Al Hurra", a Bush Administration creation for pro-American news broadcast in the Middle East. Instead of being a positive influence, it turns out to be terribly mismanaged and barely supervised. Half a billion dollars wasted? In a follow up to a previously aired stored, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper follows the miracle food that can save countless numbers of starving children. Why isn't Plumpynut being mass produced? Finally, in 2000 outlines were offered to save Pacific Northwest salmon. Lesley Stahl reports about why recovery of these valuable fish is now more out of reach than ever and estimated to cost nearly $10 billion to put in effect.moreless
    • March 23, 2008 Doomsday Vault; Brother of Jesus; David Beckham (previous stories re visited)
      March 23, 2008 Doomsday Vault; Brother of Jesus; David Beckham (previous stories re visited) Scott Pelley discusses the 'Doomsday Vault', off the coast of Norway, near the North Pole, it contains a wealth of seeds that will be key to regrowing the planet if devastation occurs. Tonight's second story concerns Bob Simon's investigation into a reported discovery of an ossuary that held the bones of Jesus' brother, James. Highly controversial claim. Also, David Beckham interviews with Anderson Cooper.moreless
    • April 13, 2008 Corruption In Iraq; Kanzius Machine; The Future of Classical Music
      April 13, 2008 Corruption In Iraq; Kanzius Machine; The Future of Classical Music Steve Kroft with a candid although perhaps not that surprising report on corruption in Iraq. What may be the shocking part of this story is where that corruption is being found most of all. In our next story, you are certain to be amazed at the Kanzius machine, a promising and so far effective weapon in the war against cancer. Lesley Stahl interviews John Kanzius, a former t.v. exec who, when diagnosed with leukemia, set out to cure it. Finally, Bob Simon reports on a phenomenal youth orchestra in Venezuela that is world renowned. Gustavo Dudamel, one of the success stories from this innovative and progressive system is going on to conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic.moreless
    • April 27, 2008 Israeli Air Force Ready; Antonin Scalia vs Supreme Court (double segment)
      April 27, 2008 Israeli Air Force Ready; Antonin Scalia vs Supreme Court (double segment) Bob Simon reports on the preparedness of the Israeli Air Force even though the furor has let up over Iran's president's statement about wiping Israel "off the map". The Israeli Air Force's Major General Eliezer Shkedy believes the threat is ever present and they're ready. In our next story, Lesley Stahl interviews the US Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia. When the Bush v Gore 2000 decision is raised he states, clearly, "Get over it". When it comes to the US Constitution, he wants it more closely observed as written. Pretty much nothing is left undiscussed, including his personal life. Interesting interview. Andy Rooney on Pope watch.moreless
    • November 6, 2005 - The Airport Road, The First Man, The Winner

      Imagine the most dangerous road in the entire world. Lara Logan joins U.S. Soldiers on the Baghdad airport highway. The scenes are right from the evening news, but this time, a lot more personal. What do these soldiers think as they defend this volatile highway?
      Also: Neil Armstrong in an exclusive interview with Ed Bradley and Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady with Steve Kroft.

    • December 21, 2008 Governor Schwarzenegger; Airport Security; Elephant Orphans
      December 21, 2008 Governor Schwarzenegger; Airport Security; Elephant Orphans Scott Pelley with Arnold Schwarzenegger and the sad state of the State of California. The man who once topped box office charts, now a political leading man despite facing some huge challenges with California's economical spiral. Also tonight, Lesley Stahl and the latest on airport security measures. Where weaknesses remain, where new tools are being tried and how Kip Hawley (outgoing head of TSA) feels poor reports are unjust. Finally, Bob Simon follows up on the orphaned elephants of Kenya. Why their numbers are still significant.moreless
    • October 23, 2005 - 38 Years, 6 Months, 4 Days; Michael Jordan; Rex

      Make no judgements until you see this about Charles Jenkins, the soldier who deserted to North Korea almost 40 years ago. Scott Pelley reports.
      Ed Bradley gets a rare interview with Michael Jordan.
      Lesley Stahl explores musical savants; mentally challenged persons with extraordinary musical talents.

    • November 20, 2005 - Illegal and Thriving; New Orleans is Sinking; U2

      Internet gambling is highly illegal in the U.S., yet without U.S. gamblers it wouldn't thrive like it is.
      New Orleans' flooding has just brought attention to the geographical problem that's been there all along and isn't going away soon.
      The group "U2" is profiled and interviewed.

    • December 13, 2009 - President Obama, Growing Body Parts, Ricky Gervais

      Steve Kroft interviews President Obama on a range of topics including the war, troops, bankers getting richer despite doing a bad job and taking bail out money and the recent party crashers at the White House.

      Morley Safer profies Dr. Anthony Atala, a researcher who is growing body parts from human cells taken directly from patients for the purpose of producing replacing body parts.

      Lesley Stahl profiles Ricky Gervais.

    • December 4, 2005 - Chasing The Flu, MS-13, Howard Stern

      60 Minutes takes an extensive, comprehensive look at the bird flu threat, it's history and the possibilities.
      MS-13, the gang that spans continents.
      Howard Stern, candid interview, no holds barred!

    • October 12, 2008 Made by the Mob; High Tech War; The Oldest Family Business
      October 12, 2008 Made by the Mob; High Tech War; The Oldest Family Business CBS News correspondent Armen Keteyian interviews Joaquin (Jack) Garcia, a fascinating undercover agent who infiltrated the Gambino crime family and was instrumental in bringing down the mob. A Cuban-American, Garcia was adept enough at pretending to be Italian that he was integrated into the deepest levels of the most dangerous mobster family. Lesley Stahl explores the most advanced weaponry being developed and used in the war in Iraq. You won't believe how high tech it gets. Finally, Morley Safer with the Antinoris, the family with what is believed to be the oldest family business in the world, Italian wine-making.moreless
    • November 27, 2005 - Plan B. Living Large, James Blake

      Plan B is an emergency contraceptive and an FDA official is upset about it not getting approval.
      Living Large examines the super-sizing of American homes, despite the typical family consisting of less members than ever.
      James Blake is interviewed

    • July 31, 2005 - President Putin, Jane Fonda (My Life So Far)

      Mike Wallace with a revealing look at the Russian leader and Jane Fonda discusses her life so far, including her infamous Hanoi visit during the Viet Nam war.

    • June 12, 2005 - The Closer; Beatrice's Goat; Bob Dylan

      Canadian lottery scams just seem to get more bold and even vicious. Find out who is behind them and how to spot them.
      Also, a poor African girl and her family are given a goat that changes their lives.
      And Bob Dylan is interviewed.

    • July 1, 2005 - Child Prodigies - 60 Minutes Special

      Unbelievable feats by kids you typically see in any playground; even more unbelievable and highly gifted contributions from children who are considered challenged.
      How are these individuals discovered, nurtured and enjoyed?

    • October 30, 2005 - The Outing of Valerie Plame, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Prince Charles

      Ed Bradley talks with friends, coworkers and family of CIA operative, Valerie Plame, who recently announced her sexual orientation.
      Morley Safer questions how much power an employer has, or should have in their employees lives. From smoking to fitness, why do so many employees just take it?
      Prince Charles in his first American interview in more than a decade, with Steve Kroft.

    • November 15, 2009 - The Deadliest Weapon, B-Rex, Resurrecting Eden

      Byron Pitts with Christopher Parsons, a bomb squad National Guardsman who, along with other specialists like him are finding roadside and other deadly bombs before anyone else does.

      Lesley Stahl talks with the inspiration behind the lead character in Jurassic Park and reports on famed dinosaur hunter Jack Horner, who is shaking up the paleontology world.

      Scott Pelley travels to Southern Iraq, where many biblical scholars place the Garden of Eden, and finds a water world where the 'Marsh Arabs' are recovering from Saddam Hussein's attempt to destroy the 'cradle of civilization.'

    • December 11, 2005 - Dying To Get In, Rendition, Swimming with Sharks

      How far is too far to go in order to secure our borders? Ed Bradley examines some of the measures being taken at the Mexican border.
      Does our CIA support torture by handing people over to countries known for how they do it?
      Tour operators put people in shark cages; how responsible are they for the tourists safety? Bob Simon reports.

    • August 14, 2005 - The Governor, An Expensive Lesson, Hilary Swank

      From actor to governor. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks with Morley Safer about foreign born citizens running for president.
      Also, are those career colleges all they promise to be?
      Hilary Swank is also featured.

    • May 13, 2012 - Hank, The Gulen Movement, The Role of a Lifetime

      From CBSNEWS.com

      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 c film. David Martin reports.

    • March 16, 2008 Dennis Quaid; Are You Sleeping?
      March 16, 2008 Dennis Quaid; Are You Sleeping? An exclusive interview with Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly about the nearly fatal error when their newborn twins were given too much of the wrong medicine by the hospital. Steve Kroft reports. In this double-length segment, we hope we're not keeping you up, though it might be worth it just this once. Lesley Stahl does a story about how lack of sleep is one of the newest links to illness, even obesity.moreless
    • October 9, 2005 - My FBI, The Dinner Set Gang, NASCAR Family

      Mike Wallace with a revealing report and interview with former FBI Director Louis Freeh about the Clinton years.
      Steve Kroft has a shocking interview with two professional thieves who stole millions of dollars worth of gems over their 20 year 'career' while owners ate dinner downstairs.
      Lesley Stahl gets insider info about the ever-growing auto racing industry from the 3rd generation NASCAR family's Brian France.

    • April 23, 2006 - A Spy Speaks Out, Aging In The 21st Century, The Star In Starbucks

      Ed Bradley stirs up the charges that the White House ignored the facts while pursuing a war in Iraq. Tonight, a CIA official talks about what was known and when.
      With the Baby Boomer generation making up the majority of 'older' Americans these days, it's no surprise that anti-aging products are a fast growing, multimillion dollar industry. From just plain smart choices with diet and exercise to the many products, treatments and controversies out there, Steve Kroft gives us a look and even warnings.
      Starbucks is one of the biggest business successes in recent years, in fact, a $29 Billion dollar, multinational corporation. Tonight, Scott Pelley reports on how Howard Schultz grew a few local stores into the star that is Starbucks.

    • October 2, 2005 - Chalabi, A Fractured Mind, Elian Gonzalez

      If you didn't know Ahmed Chalabi before now, you will. Lesley Stahl interviews the Iraqi fallen leader who is now Deputy Prime Minister
      And meet Robert Oxnam, along with several of his other personalities. Morley Safer does.
      Elian Gonzalez made media madness five years ago when he was just 6 years old. Today, at 11, he recounts to Bob Simon what he remembers and feels about what he went through.

    • August 28, 2005 - Prescription For Trouble, The Killing In Sudan, Crusade Against Credit

      How much did the makers of Vioxx know and when did they know it? Ed Bradley reports.
      Scott Pelley investigates mass murder and refugee desperation in Sudan.
      Lesley Stahl looks into Dave Ramsey's crusade to return Americans to using cash, not credit.

    • May 25, 2008 Re-visited episodes
      May 25, 2008 Re-visited episodes
      Season 40 - Episode 36
      May 25, 2008 Re-visited episodes Bob Simon with the story of Alton Logan, the innocent man who languished in prison for 26 years while two lawyers knew the truth and didn't tell. Steve Kroft in Stockton, CA, the foreclosure leader in the U.S. with a hard look at how greed led to the sub-prime mortgage meltdown. Morley Safer with a report on the newest generation entering the workforce, the "millennials" (1980-1995). These kids never learned to lose graciously or had limits enforced; coddled and indulged, they are not proving to be the longest lasting or best employees.moreless
    • January 06, 2008 Mob Executioner; Roger Clemens
      January 06, 2008 Mob Executioner; Roger Clemens Steve Kroft sits down with John Martorano, notorious hit man for a Boston mob. Rare and sometimes disturbingly cold interview, Martorano had agreed to the interview with his high school friend, the late 60 Minutes correspondent, Ed Bradley. He fulfills his promis with Steve Kroft. . Also tonight, Roger Clemens answers some hard questions by Mike Wallace about steroid use. Though the Mitchell Report found him guilty, he maintains he never used. And of course Andy Rooney in a ‘presidential state of mind’.moreless
    • January 04, 2009 Mind Reading; Is It Murder?; The Mad Scientist of Football
      January 04, 2009 Mind Reading; Is It Murder?; The Mad Scientist of Football Mind reading with a scientific spin. What studies have found by looking into our brains. Lesley Stahl reports. Bob Simon reports on drunk driving and new campaigns that include longer prison sentences and even charges of murder. Finally, Scott Pelley with Texas Tech coach, Mike Leach.moreless
    • November 13, 2005 - Aftershock, Burning Rage, Mad Money Man

      Tonight's 60 Minutes profiles an incredible group of NY paramedics who left everything behind, paychecks and even their jobs, to step in when no one else would after the Pakistan earthquake left such devastation. Bob Simon asks them not just why, but sheds light on the need that made this team step up when no one else did.
      Ed Bradley examines environmental and animal rights groups using violent tactics.
      Dan Rather reports on the Wall Street millionaire making so much noise on cable t.v.

    • June 19, 2005 - Grand Theft Auto, Top 10 Percent, Amazon Treasure

      Popular video games are increasingly violent. Are they the cause of violence among teens, including murder?
      Should high performing high schoolers be automatically given spots in prestigious colleges? Also, a new species of monkey discovered!

    • April 19, 2009 Delayed Retirement; Cold Fusion; Ole'!
      April 19, 2009 Delayed Retirement; Cold Fusion; Ole'! With many people's 401(k) retirement investments surprisingly drained, not everyone is in the position to wait the predicted 10 plus years for recovery. What are they doing when retirement was planned in the next couple years? Steve Kroft reports on the hardships not publicized when retirement funds all but disappear. In our second story, Scott Pelley with a look at how a new energy source may be an old idea. Cold fusion has been considered 'junk science' since first hailed as possible in the late 80's, but now former skeptics are considering it. Finally, Bob Simon revisits the Spanish bullfighting family of Cayetano and Francisco Ordonez. The update shows how the story takes a bad turn.moreless
    • July 17, 2005 - In Harm's Way, The Big Gun, Staying At Home

      Steve Kroft reports on the shortcomings of our own government in providing proper equipment, including armored vehicles, for our troops overseas.

    • July 24, 2005 - Rendition; Born In The USA; Dustin Hoffman

      Why would the CIA hand over terrorist suspects to countries known for their torture techniques?
      Black babies are increasingly be adopted by parents in other countries and Dustin Hoffman gives a pleasant, very open interview.

    • September 18, 2005 - Ricky Williams; No Sex Teens; Andy Rooney

      Mike Wallace profiles Ricky Williams who went from football to yoga and back again. He explains why.
      Ed Bradley talks to teens who join a club and make a no-sex-until-marriage pledge
      Andy Rooney and the obvious about smokers in America

    • September 11, 2005 - Parkinson's Drug Trial; Order Out Of Chaos; Mr. Feinberg

      Is there hope within this lifetime of Parkinson's patients and is the drug company with the possible treatment, withholding it?
      Ed Bradley looks into the efforts by New Orleans police to restore order and Morley Safer reports on the man who decided how much money each 9/11 victim-survivor received.

    • July 10, 2005 - Handouts for the Homeland; Submission; Highway In The Sky

      We allot more than $10 BILLION for homeland security, so, want to know where it's actually going? You might not!
      Film maker is victim of a Muslim ordered hit!
      Have you ordered your personal flying machine yet?

    • September 30, 2012 - The Longest War, Arnold

      The 45th Season premieres features two stories.

      At 11 years, the Afghan campaign is the longest in American history. Lara Logan talks to General James Allen, the top U.S. military commander in Afghanistan, and to President Hamid Karzai on the state of the war on terror.

      In a two-part segment, Lesley Stahl interviews Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose autobiography - Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life - is due out on October 1. The former Governor of California discusses his upbringing, marital infidelities and his bodybuilding and Hollywood careers.

    • November 25, 2007 Awakening; Hi-tech Credit Theft; The Eagles Come Back
      November 25, 2007 Awakening; Hi-tech Credit Theft; The Eagles Come Back Anderson Cooper reports on some incredible stories of people coming back from semi-consciousness after brain injuries. Many people are trapped in a semi-conscious state, able to perceive more than their caregivers might know. In our second story, Lesley Stahl examines Hi-tech crime that consumers might not ever suspect. It’s not the website orders that require your credit card number that you need to worry about, it’s using them anywhere at any time. Find out the newest, most sophisticated ways you may have your pocket picked. Finally, Steve Kroft scores a first ever interview with The Eagles, the mainstay band of the 1970’s, living “Life In The Fast Lane” and trying to “Take It Easy” at the “Hotel California” . Now releasing their first album in nearly 30 years, they are back at the top of the charts.moreless
    • September 4, 2005 - Katrina; Echo Boomers; Medical Tourism

      Scott Pelley tries to find out why the levees failed after Katrina's rampage.
      The Baby Boomer's kids start to replace their parents in the marketplace.
      Why do Americans flock to 3rd world countries for surgery? Bob Simon reports.

    • September 25, 2005 - The Hostage; The Search for Bin Laden; The Captain

      Nearly a year in captivity, Lesley Stahl interviews Roy Hallums.
      Steve Kroft explores the latest in the hunt for Osama Bin Laden and just how close we may have gotten.
      Baseball's Derek Jeter speaks with Ed Bradley

    • March 10, 2013 - Lethal Medicine, Sheryl Sandberg, God's Architect

      Scott Pelley presents an investigative report on the New England Compounding Center, the source of pain medication that was infected with fungal meningitis. As of this report, the outbreak has killed 48 Americans and sickened hundreds more.
      Norah O'Donnell profiles Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about the feminist movement and about her controversial book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead.
      Lara Logan looks at one of the world's most unique churches, the Sagrada Família in Barcelona, Spain. The building, designed by architect Antoni Gaudí has been under construction since 1883. Pope Benedict XVI visited the church and consecrated it as a Basilica.

    • November 09, 2008 The Inner Circle; The Wasteland; Ted Turner
      November 09, 2008 The Inner Circle; The Wasteland; Ted Turner Behind the scenes and a part of the “inner circle” with Steve Kroft on election night with Obama. You really haven’t seen this anywhere else and it’s both warm and fascinating. Then we go to China, a land of secrets and lies. Scott Pelley follows the trashed technology we think is being recycled and safely disposed of as it ends up in China where it’s anything but safe. Finally, Morley Safer going toe to toe with mogul Ted Turner in one of the most candid interviews he’s given.moreless
    • March 08, 2009 Follow the Failure; DNA exoneration
      March 08, 2009 Follow the Failure; DNA exoneration Follow the FDIC as they actually take over a bank, secretly on a Friday night. What exactly happens when a bank fails? Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl with a very interesting report on DNA evidence and how it weighs against, or with eyewitness accounts of crimes. Included in this segment, Jennifer Thompson, a rape victim who testified against Ronald Cotton, the man she was absolutely sure was her attacker. Years later, DNA exonerated Cotton and Jennifer admits she was wrong. This unlikely pair have teamed up to change the way system works, or doesn't work.moreless
    • March 25, 2007 John & Elizabeth Edwards; Dennis Kozlowski; The Network
      March 25, 2007 John & Elizabeth Edwards; Dennis Kozlowski; The Network

      Katie Couric with an up close and very personal interview with John and Elizabeth Edwards; about John's campaign and Elizabeth's recent, devastating news of incurable cancer. Dennis Kozlowski, prisoner 05A4820: Morley Safer sits down with the disgraced Tyco chief now behind bars. Also, Bob Simon talks with a former Jihadist who is now renouncing violence.moreless
    • April 5, 2009
      April 5, 2009
      Season 41 - Episode 28
    • February 22, 2009 Lower Drinking Age; Muslim Militants; Nazi Mascot
      February 22, 2009 Lower Drinking Age; Muslim Militants; Nazi Mascot Lesley Stahl reports on the newest argument to reduce the legal drinking age to 18. More than 100 college presidents believe this will reduce binge drinking. Numerous organizations believe this would mean 900 families a year burying a teen. In our next segment, Lara Logan talks with Richard Butler, the CBS Newsman kidnapped along with others by Muslim militants. For three months he lived believing he would never make it out alive. Also, Bob Simon with a truly unusual story about a young boy living with Nazi's after his family was massacred by them.moreless
    • April 15, 2007 Lacrosse Players Innocent; Imus; Maximum Security
      April 15, 2007 Lacrosse Players Innocent; Imus; Maximum Security Education

      Lesley Stahl conducts the first interview with the Duke Lacross players recently found innocent of all charges in the rape charges that gleaned national attention. Also, Mike Wallace did a extensive profile on Don Imus nearly a decade ago. How stunningly current and revealing that story is is explored tonight. Finally, inmates in college behind bars. Bob Simon visits a prison where long-time inmates attend school though the prestigious Bard College.moreless
    • April 01, 2007 Under The Influence; A Not So Perfect Match; The Age of Warming
      April 01, 2007 Under The Influence; A Not So Perfect Match; The Age of Warming

      'Under the Influence': A Republican congressman calls the push to pass Medicare's prescription drug bill one of the "ugliest", lobbyist frenzys he's seen. Steve Kroft reports. In 'A Not So Perfect Match', Leslie Stahl reports on how DNA crime scene profiling may soon involve the suspect's family members as well. Does this go too far? Scott Pelley visits Antarctica in his report on 'The Age of Warming'. How the coldest place on our planet is the fastest warming.moreless
    • April 08, 2007 Senator John McCain; Meet Dr. Evil; Vive Les Nukes!
      April 08, 2007 Senator John McCain; Meet Dr. Evil; Vive Les Nukes!

      Scott Pelley interviews Sen. John McCain after his controversial comments while strolling through the al-Shorjah market in Baghdad. Why he's now apologizing and explaining. In a second segment, Washington lobbyist, Rick Berman is the man everyone seems to love to hate. Known as "Dr. Evil", Morley Safer reports about the heart of the matter. Steve Kroft reports tonight about why France is quietly at the forefront of world interest in their nuclear energy program.moreless
    • February 25, 2007 Dissension In the Ranks; Nazi Deception; Bill O'Reilly
      February 25, 2007 Dissension In the Ranks; Nazi Deception; Bill O'Reilly

      More than 1,000 active and reserve duty military members show no qualms about speaking their minds with regard to the current situation. Lara Logan reports about their publically petitioning Congress.

      Also, little known propaganda in the form of an incredible Nazi Deception, involving the creation of a Czechoslovakian town where Jews were reportedly treated very well. Bob Simon reports on the survivors, some of them returning to the town and how the children's opera "Brundibar" daringly mocked the Nazi's. Finally, Mike Wallace with Bill O'Reilly. This is a whole new spin on the clash of the titans.moreless
    • March 11, 2007 The Widows of Harlan County; Left Behind; The Anthrax Case
      March 11, 2007 The Widows of Harlan County; Left Behind; The Anthrax Case

      Bob Simon reports on how the widows of the miners lost in one of the most tragic, current mine cave-ins are doing. Scott Pelley reports on thousands of Iraqis who helped US troops, construction and business people - still in Iraq and targeted for their perceived treason. Many want to come to the U.S. for a new life, after all, they risked theirs for Americans, so why are they still there? Also, Lesley Stahl delves more into the The Anthrax Case, reviewing the attacks in 2001 and how the single "person of interest" has not only never been charged, but is launching a lawsuit. Is Dr. Steven Hatfill attacking the FBI as a pre-emptive strike or is he truly a victim?moreless
    • March 04, 2007 Jihad Online; Wake-Up Call; Dog Nut
      March 04, 2007 Jihad Online; Wake-Up Call; Dog Nut

      The internet has become a wealth of information and a way to bring people closer than ever. It has also become a tool for terrorists. Scott Pelley reports about Jihad. com. Wake-Up America! Steve Kroft reports with US Comptroller General David Walker about the spiraling of the Medicare program unless people really pay attention and take it seriously. Dog Nut: "The Simpsons" multimillionaire creator, Sam Simon, talks with Morley Safer about his commitment to saving stray dogs, even going so far as to get many of them trained to help assist the deaf.moreless
    • March 18, 2007 The Killings In Haditha; Simon Cowell; Rooney's News Take
      March 18, 2007 The Killings In Haditha; Simon Cowell; Rooney's News Take

      Staff Sgt Frank Wuterich killed at least 18 Iraqi civilians in Haditha, including women and children. Wuterich says he's sorry, but would do it again. Also tonight: Simon Cowell, his years with American Idol and seemingly golden touch with worldwide efforts and interests in just about everything. Finally, Andy Rooney's take on the way news is presented.moreless
    • April 26, 2009 Shadowing Biden; Killer Coal; Elephant Orphanage Lesley Stahl with Vice President Joe Biden as he allows this reporter to follow him around for three days. Just what does he do and how does his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, figure in? Also expect to see President Obama in this segment. Also tonight, Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers who is building coal plants despite knowing the deadly byproduct of this cheap and abundant fuel. Scott Pelley reports on how clean coal technology may be the answer and how it can be done, but will it be done in time? And Bob Simon following up with the heartbreaking elephant orphanage in Kenya. Why are there even more orphaned elephants?moreless
    • May 12, 2013 - The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan, Succeeding As Civilians, Bill Gates 2.0

      Scott Pelley interviews Jessica Buchanan, the American aid worker who recounts her terrifying October 2011 kidnapping, captivity and dramatic nighttime rescue on January 25, 2012 by Navy SEAL Team 6 in the Somali desert.
      Dr. Sanjay Gupta profiles Air Force veteran Mike Haynie, a Syracuse University business professor who created a course that teaches veterans how to start their own businesses.
      Charlie Rose interviews Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who shows him a priceless and inspirational da Vinci manuscript.

    • 2014/08/24
      Season 46 - Episode 48
    • 2015/01/18
      Season 47 - Episode 18
    • 2017/04/16
      Season 49 - Episode 30
    • 2017/12/31
      Season 50 - Episode 15
    • Bob Simon reports on the March 2011 tsunami's destruction of the Japanese town of Otsuchi and its bond to the town of Fort Bragg, California.

      Lara Logan profiles free-soloing rock climber Alex Honnold, the subject of the movie Alone on the Wall.

      Morley Safer interviews 92-year old Andy Rooney, who is making his final regular appearance on the program.

    • 2018/01/07
      Season 50 - Episode 16
    • The full hour is dedicated to President Obama's first interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden. Steve Kroft talks to the President on his thoughts as the commando-style raid on bin Laden's compound unfolded.

    • 2017/12/10
      Season 50 - Episode 12
    • 2017/12/24
      Season 50 - Episode 14
    • 2014/03/23
      Season 46 - Episode 26
      Scott Pelley reports on the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombers; Bob Simon reports on European "Pink Panther" thieves who have stolen $500 million in valuables over 20 years; Morley Safer examines the cartoon selection process at the New Yorker magazine.
    • January 31, 2010 - The Quiet Professionals, White Hot, Beyonce

      Lara Logan was given unprecedented access to a team of Army Green Berets, ODA 7215, whose job it is to train Afghan soldiers to protect their homeland. The 60 Minutes team "lived with them, trained with them and went to battle with them" for 2 1/2 months.

      Bob Simon interviews Olympic snowboarder U.S. Shaun White as he prepared for the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver.

      Steve Kroft profiles award winning performer Beyonce Knowles, best known only by her first name.

    • 2017/12/17
      Season 50 - Episode 13
    • Lesley Stahl reports on the phenomenon of natural gas extraction from shale rock. Some in the industry claim that reserves are twice the size of Saudi Arabia's oil reserves. Some farmers who lease their land for drilling become overnight millionaires.

      Byron Pitts reports on post-earthquake Haiti where a cholera epidemic threatens to kill more Haitians, whose living conditions after the quake help to spread the waterborne infection.

      Lara Logan interviews Army Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta, the first living soldier to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War, on what he did to earn the nation's highest combat honor and why the recognition makes him uncomfortable.

    • December 15, 2013 - Inside the NSA, The Copts

      In a two-part segment, CBS News' John Miller receives unprecedented access to the halls of the United States National Security Agency and interviews several key staff including its head, General Keith B. Alexander. The segment includes an explanation of what the NSA does and what it says it does not do, including spying on Americans. The segments also look at the damage caused by former contractor Edward Snowden's leaks.
      Bob Simon profiles Egyptian's Christians, known as Coptics. The recent turmoil in Egypt has led to one of the worst periods of persecution of the Coptics in its nearly 2,000-year history.

    • May 7, 2006 - Sallie Mae, The Ethanol Solution, John Daly: Golf and Beer

      Government backed loans for college students has become the launching pad for Sallie Mae Corp skyrocketing stocks in the last 10 years. Lesley Stahl examines why shareholders may be causing students to drown in debt.
      The answer to our dependence on foreign oil, or oil at all, may be right under our noses in the massive corn fields of America. Dan Rather investigates just how simple this solution might be and why is it taking so long?
      Morley Safer has an interesting and rather lighthearted interview with John Daly, the professional golfer who lives in the fast lane of his golf cart. His sage wisdom at the age of 40 is to stay away from whiskey and pills, but bring on the beer and the bogeys.

    • September 29, 2013 - The Secretary of State, Imminent Danger, Killing Jesus

      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.

    • February 2, 2014 - 60 Minutes Presents: Amazing Kids

      From October 13, 2013: Boy Wonder (Morley Safer)
      From November 25, 2012: Children Helping Children (Scott Pelley)
      From February 19, 2012: The Mozart of Chess (Bob Simon)

    • January 19, 2014 - 60 Minutes Presents: Tales of Survival

      From May 12, 2013: The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan (Scott Pelley)
      From March 31, 2013: The Lost Boys (Bob Simon)

    • January 12, 2014 - The Case of Alex Rodriguez, Memory Wizards

      In a two-part segment, Scott Pelley digs into the case against New York Yankee baseball player Alex Rodriguez with a series of interviews with the key players in the process that lead to a season-long suspension. The original suspension was for 212 games and through the arbitration process, it was reduced to 162 games which comprises the 2014 baseball season.
      Lesley Stahl looks at the phenomenon of 'total recall' memory, where people can remember what they were doing on any given day in the past. 60 Minutes originally aired a feature on the phenomenon on December 19, 2010, when only six people were known to have the gift.

    • January 5, 2014 - The Cleantech Crash, Hollywood’s Villain, Volcano
    • December 29, 2013 - 60 Minutes Presents: Going to Extremes

      From October 11, 2009: The Birdmen (Steve Kroft)
      From March 6, 2010: Spy on the Ice (Bob Simon)
      From March 24, 2013: The Nile Crocodile (Anderson Cooper)

    • December 22, 2013 - Susan Rice, Rocky Mountain High, Quarterback Guru

      Lesley Stahl interviews President Obama's national security Susan Rice on wide range of subjects including the Iran, Syria, Benghazi and the NSA leaks.
      From October 21, 2012 and September 15, 2013: Rocky Mountain High (Steve Kroft)
      Morley Safer interviews Steve Clarkson, the 'quarterback guru' who trains children as young as eight, who one day hope to become National Football League quarterbacks.

    • December 8, 2013 - Mandela, Survivor
      December 8, 2013 - Mandela, Survivor
      Season 46 - Episode 11

      Bob Simon presents a retrospective on the life of Nelson Mandela through a collection of personal writings from his years in prison, including a look at his 2010 book Conversations with Myself. Mandela passed away on December 5 at the age of 95.
      In a two-part segment, Anderson Coopers talks to former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell about a 2005 battle in Afghanistan which he alone survived. At the time, it represented the largest loss of life for Naval Special Warfare since World War II.

    • December 1, 2013 - Amazon, The Capital Dome, Free Diving

      Charlie Rose interviews Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who talks about what the company has become and looks to the future.
      Scott Pelley gets a tour of the Capitol Building's dome, which was finished in 1863 and is due for some refurbishing.
      From January 13, 2013: Free Diving (Bob Simon)

    • 2014/06/08
      Season 46 - Episode 37
    • 2014/06/01
      Season 46 - Episode 36
    • 2014/05/25
      Season 46 - Episode 35
    • 2014/05/18
      Season 46 - Episode 34
    • 2014/05/11
      Season 46 - Episode 33
    • 2014/05/04
      Season 46 - Episode 32
    • 2014/04/27
      Season 46 - Episode 31
    • 2014/06/15
      Season 46 - Episode 38
    • 2014/06/22
      Season 46 - Episode 39
    • 2014/08/17
      Season 46 - Episode 47
    • 2014/08/10
      Season 46 - Episode 46
    • 2014/08/03
      Season 46 - Episode 45
    • 2014/07/27
      Season 46 - Episode 44
    • 2014/07/20
      Season 46 - Episode 43
    • 2014/07/13
      Season 46 - Episode 42
    • 2014/07/06
      Season 46 - Episode 41
      Bob Simon profiles Kim Dotcom, who ran the file-sharing service Megaupload; Anderson Cooper interviews author Malcolm Gladwell; Scott Pelley reports on volcanoes.
    • 2014/06/29
      Season 46 - Episode 40
    • Robin Hood, Memory Wizards, Joy in the Congo
      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.moreless
    • 2014/04/13
      Season 46 - Episode 29
    • Noston University Prison Program
      Noston University Prison Program
      Season 22 - Episode 30
      Morley Safer interviews Elizabeth Barker with regards to Boston University's work in educating inmates at Norfolk Prison.
    • 2014/04/06
      Season 46 - Episode 28
    • 2014/03/30
      Season 46 - Episode 27
      Steve Kroft interviews author Michael Lewis ("Flash Boys") who discusses how high-frequency traders work the stock market to their advantage; Scott Pelley profiles SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk; Wynton Marsalis interviews jazz legend Marcus Roberts.
    • 2014/03/02
      Season 46 - Episode 23
      Steve Kroft reports on how the FBI tracked down and arrested former Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger; Lesley Stahl investigates the murder of a neo-Nazi leader; Bob Simon reports on the theft of thousands of historical documents.
    • Bassem Youssef, Drones Over America, Cajun Ketchup
      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.moreless
    • The Data Brokers, The Heart of the Revolution, ALMA
      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.moreless
    • February 16, 2014 - Enemy of the State, The F-35, Cate Blanchett

      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.

    • November 3, 2013 - Guantanamo, Lamborghini, The Perfectionist

      Lesley Stahl presents an investigative report on Guantanamo Bay.
      Scott Pelley profiles custom luxury car manufacturer Lamborghini on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.
      Armen Keteyian profiles University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban, who has won three of the last four national championships.

    • November 24, 2013 - The Gaskos, The War Within, Gladwell

      Steve Kroft talks with FBI agents about their 16-year search and eventual capture of mobster Whitey Bulger.
      Scott Pelley 60 Minutes gets a rare inside look at revolutionary new therapies which are helping the thousands of veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
      Anderson Cooper profiles best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell.

    • November 17, 2013 - Gitmo, The Giving Pledge, The Recyclers

      Lesley Stahl gets a rare view inside Guantanamo Bay prison, where some 164 accused terrorists have been jailed, most for 11 years without charge or trial.
      Charlie Rose talks to some of a group of billionaires who have pledged to give at least half their fortunes to charity. The only requirements for membership in the club are to be a billionaire and to pledge to give away at least 50% of your worth. Interviewees include founding members Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates.
      Bob Simon reports from the poorest section of Asunción, the capital city of Paraguay, where some residents have fashioned musical instruments and started an orchestra from trash scavenged at a local dump.

    • November 10, 2013 - 210 Days in Captivity, GoPro, Capturing History

      Scott Pelley chronicles Matthew Schrier's kidnapping, torture and escape from the hands Syrian rebels after 210 days in captivity.
      Anderson Cooper interviews GoPro CEO Nick Woodman, whose camera, the world's best-selling, has created a revolution in video.
      Morley Safer profiles freelance photographer Henry Grossman whose photographs, especially of President John F. Kennedy and the Beatles, remain iconic landmarks of a ripe period in American history.

    • 2014/08/31
      Season 46 - Episode 49
    • 2014/09/07
      Season 46 - Episode 50
    • 2014/09/14
      Season 46 - Episode 51
    • 2016/10/09
      Season 49 - Episode 3
    • 2016/10/02
      Season 49 - Episode 2
    • 2016/09/25
      Season 49 - Episode 1
    • 2016/09/18
      Season 48 - Episode 55
    • 2016/09/11
      Season 48 - Episode 54
    • 2016/09/04
      Season 48 - Episode 53
    • 2016/08/28
      Season 48 - Episode 52
    • 2016/08/21
      Season 48 - Episode 51
    • 2016/10/16
      Season 49 - Episode 4
    • 2016/10/23
      Season 49 - Episode 5
    • 2016/12/25
      Season 49 - Episode 14
    • 2016/12/18
      Season 49 - Episode 13
    • 2016/12/11
      Season 49 - Episode 12
    • 2016/12/04
      Season 49 - Episode 11
      Steve Kroft reports on the U.S. presidential election; Dr. Jon Lapook looks at the process of creating a vaccine to stop the Zika virus.
    • 2016/11/27
      Season 49 - Episode 10
    • 2016/11/20
      Season 49 - Episode 9
    • 2016/11/06
      Season 49 - Episode 7
    • 2016/10/30
      Season 49 - Episode 6
    • 2016/08/14
      Season 48 - Episode 50
    • 2016/08/07
      Season 48 - Episode 49
    • 2016/05/22
      Season 48 - Episode 38
    • 2016/05/22
      Season 48 - Episode 37
    • 2016/05/15
      Season 48 - Episode 36
    • 2016/05/15
      Season 48 - Episode 35
    • 2016/05/08
      Season 48 - Episode 34
    • 2016/05/01
      Season 48 - Episode 33
    • 2016/04/24
      Season 48 - Episode 32
    • 2016/04/17
      Season 48 - Episode 31
    • 2016/05/29
      Season 48 - Episode 39
    • 2016/06/05
      Season 48 - Episode 40
    • 2016/07/31
      Season 48 - Episode 48
    • 2016/07/24
      Season 48 - Episode 48
    • 2016/07/17
      Season 48 - Episode 47
    • 2016/07/10
      Season 48 - Episode 45
    • 2016/07/03
      Season 48 - Episode 44
    • 2016/06/26
      Season 48 - Episode 43
    • 2016/06/19
      Season 48 - Episode 42
    • 2016/06/12
      Season 48 - Episode 41
    • 2017/01/01
      Season 49 - Episode 15
    • 2017/01/08
      Season 49 - Episode 16
    • 2017/10/08
      Season 50 - Episode 3
    • 2017/10/01
      Season 50 - Episode 2
    • 2017/09/24
      Season 50 - Episode 1
    • 2017/09/10
      Season 49 - Episode 38
      Charlie Rose interviews Stephen K. Bannon, former chief strategist for President Trump; Lesley Stahl visits the ice-covered top of the world where the next battle over oil and mineral resources is shaping up as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change.
    • 2017/06/25
      Season 49 - Episode 41
    • 2017/06/18
      Season 49 - Episode 40
    • 2017/06/11
      Season 49 - Episode 39
    • 2017/06/04
      Season 49 - Episode 38
    • 2017/10/15
      Season 50 - Episode 4
    • 2017/11/05
      Season 50 - Episode 7
    • 2018/01/14
      Season 50 - Episode 17
    • 2017/12/03
      Season 50 - Episode 11
    • 2017/11/26
      Season 50 - Episode 10
    • 2017/11/19
      Season 50 - Episode 9
    • 2017/11/12
      Season 50 - Episode 8
    • 10-29-2017
      Season 50 - Episode 6
    • 10-29-2017
      Season 50 - Episode 6
    • American Radical; Pelican Bay; Corkscrewed
    • 2017/05/28
      Season 49 - Episode 37
    • 2017/05/21
      Season 49 - Episode 36
    • 2017/02/26
      Season 49 - Episode 23
    • 2017/02/26
      Season 49 - Episode 22
    • 2017/02/19
      Season 49 - Episode 21
    • 2017/02/12
      Season 49 - Episode 20
    • 2017/02/05
      Season 49 - Episode 19
    • 2017/01/29
      Season 49 - Episode 18
    • 2017/01/15
      Season 49 - Episode 17
    • 2017/03/05
      Season 49 - Episode 24
    • 2017/03/12
      Season 49 - Episode 25
    • 2017/05/21
      Season 49 - Episode 35
    • 2017/05/07
      Season 49 - Episode 33
    • 2017/04/30
      Season 49 - Episode 32
    • 2017/04/23
      Season 49 - Episode 31
    • 2017/04/09
      Season 49 - Episode 29
    • 2017/04/02
      Season 49 - Episode 28
      Anderson Cooper profiles controversial French politician Marine Le Pen; Scott Pelley reports on the doomed El Faro cargo ship that sank in 2015; Bill Whitaker reports on the relocation of 33 circus lions rescued in South America.
    • 2017/03/26
      Season 49 - Episode 27
    • 2017/03/19
      Season 49 - Episode 26
    • 2016/04/10
      Season 48 - Episode 30
    • 2016/04/03
      Season 48 - Episode 29
    • 2016/03/27
      Season 48 - Episode 28
    • 2015/04/05
      Season 47 - Episode 28
    • 2015/03/29
      Season 47 - Episode 27
    • 2015/03/22
      Season 47 - Episode 26
    • 2015/03/15
      Season 47 - Episode 25
    • 2015/03/08
      Season 47 - Episode 24
    • 2015/03/01
      Season 47 - Episode 23
    • 2015/02/22
      Season 47 - Episode 22
    • 2015/02/15
      Season 47 - Episode 21
    • 2015/04/12
      Season 47 - Episode 29
    • 2015/04/19
      Season 47 - Episode 30
    • 2015/06/07
      Season 47 - Episode 38
    • 2015/05/31
      Season 47 - Episode 37
    • 2015/05/24
      Season 47 - Episode 36
    • 2015/05/17
      Season 47 - Episode 35
    • 2015/05/10
      Season 47 - Episode 34
    • 2015/05/10
      Season 47 - Episode 33
    • 2015/05/03
      Season 47 - Episode 32
    • 2015/04/26
      Season 47 - Episode 31
    • 2015/02/08
      Season 47 - Episode 20
    • 2015/02/01
      Season 47 - Episode 19
    • 2014/11/09
      Season 47 - Episode 8
    • 2014/11/02
      Season 47 - Episode 7
    • 2014/10/26
      Season 47 - Episode 6
    • 2014/10/19
      Season 47 - Episode 5
    • 2014/10/12
      Season 47 - Episode 4
    • 2014/10/05
      Season 47 - Episode 3
    • 2014/09/28
      Season 47 - Episode 2
    • 2014/09/21
      Season 47 - Episode 1
    • 2014/11/16
      Season 47 - Episode 9
    • 2014/11/23
      Season 47 - Episode 10
    • 2015/01/25
      Season 47 - Episode 19
    • 2015/01/11
      Season 47 - Episode 17
    • 2015/01/04
      Season 47 - Episode 16
    • 2014/12/28
      Season 47 - Episode 15
    • 2014/12/21
      Season 47 - Episode 14
    • 2014/12/14
      Season 47 - Episode 13
    • 2014/12/07
      Season 47 - Episode 12
    • 2014/11/30
      Season 47 - Episode 11
    • 2015/06/14
      Season 47 - Episode 39
    • 2015/06/21
      Season 47 - Episode 40
    • 2016/01/10
      Season 48 - Episode 16
    • 2016/01/03
      Season 48 - Episode 15
    • 2015/12/27
      Season 48 - Episode 14
    • 2015/12/20
      Season 48 - Episode 13
    • 2015/12/13
      Season 48 - Episode 12
    • 2015/12/06
      Season 48 - Episode 11
    • 2015/11/29
      Season 48 - Episode 10
      Scott Pelley interviews Alan Gross, who was held captive in Cuba for five years; Bill Whitaker investigates the longest execution in U.S. history; Anderson Cooper profiles extreme sportsman J.T. Holmes, who flies across, skies down and jumps off Eiger's rock face in the Swiss Alps.
    • 2015/11/22
      Season 48 - Episode 9
    • 2016/01/17
      Season 48 - Episode 17
    • 2016/01/24
      Season 48 - Episode 18
      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.
    • 2016/03/20
      Season 48 - Episode 27
    • 2016/03/13
      Season 48 - Episode 26
    • 2016/03/06
      Season 48 - Episode 24
    • 2016/02/28
      Season 48 - Episode 23
    • 2016/02/21
      Season 48 - Episode 22
    • 2016/02/14
      Season 48 - Episode 21
    • 2016/01/31
      Season 48 - Episode 19
    • 2016/01/24
      Season 48 - Episode 20
      Bill Whitaker reports on heroin use in the U.S.; Lesley Stahl reports on a Harlem singing program for mature adults. Also: previously unaired interview clips from a never-completed "60 Minutes" profile of David Bowie.
    • 2015/11/15
      Season 48 - Episode 8
    • 2015/11/08
      Season 48 - Episode 7
    • 2015/08/16
      Season 47 - Episode 48
    • 2015/08/09
      Season 47 - Episode 47
    • 2015/08/02
      Season 47 - Episode 46
    • 2015/07/19
      Season 47 - Episode 44
    • 2015/07/26
      Season 47 - Episode 45
    • 2015/07/12
      Season 48 - Episode 4
    • 2015/07/05
      Season 48 - Episode 3
    • 2015/06/28
      Season 48 - Episode 2
    • 2015/08/23
      Season 47 - Episode 49
    • 2015/08/30
      Season 47 - Episode 50
    • 2015/11/01
      Season 48 - Episode 6
    • 2015/10/25
      Season 48 - Episode 5
    • 2015/10/18
      Season 48 - Episode 4
    • 2015/10/11
      Season 48 - Episode 3
    • 2015/10/04
      Season 48 - Episode 2
    • 2015/09/20
      Season 47 - Episode 53
    • 2015/09/13
      Season 47 - Episode 52
      Lara 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.
    • 2015/09/06
      Season 47 - Episode 51
    • October 6, 2013 - Disability, USA, Super 6-1, Cosmic Roulette

      Steve Kroft reports on the federal disability program which, having exploded in size, could become the first federal benefits program to run out of money.
      Lara Logan reports on America's first battle against al Qaeda in 1993. Thanks to the filmBlack Hawk Down, many American know the story. Now, 60 Minutes presents footage never before seen in public, along with eyewitnesses reports on the ambush and recent recovery of the wreckage of Super 6-1.
      Anderson Cooper reports on the more than one million near-Earth objects in space big enough to destroy a city. Included is a feature on the meteor which hit Chelyabinsk in Russia on February 15 of this year.

    • October 13, 2013 - Detroit, Boy Wonder, Rescue

      Bob Simon examines the decline and bankruptcy of Detroit, which has debts of $18.5 billion. The report includes efforts to revitalize the city.
      Morley Safer profiles 15-year old Jack Andraka, winner the of the $100,000 prize at the Intel International Science Fair, who has developed an early test for pancreatic cancer.
      Lesley Stahl profiles John Riordon, an assistant bank manager at a Saigon Citibank who risked his life to save 105 of his Vietnamese staff members and their families just days before the 1975 fall of Saigon to the Viet Kong.

    • October 20, 2013 - Washington's Open Secret, Dick Cheney's Heart, Return of the Humpbacks

      What's widely known in Washington may come as a surprise to the public: members of Congress can and often do use funds donated to their political action committee for personal use like private trips and to hire family members. Steve Kroft reports.
      For the first time, Dick Cheney speaks frankly and in detail about the heart disease that plagued him over his entire political career and especially when he was vice president. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
      Scott Pelley reports on two very different ways two individuals are going about trying to save the endangered humpback whale.

    • October 27, 2013 - Benghazi, The Deputy Director, The Greatest Show on Earth

      Lara Logan presents and in-depth report on the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya last year which killed the U.S. ambassador and three others. The report includes an eyewitness account of the attack.
      John Miller, on assignment for 60 Minutes, interviews former Deputy Director of the CIA Mike Morell on a variety of subject at this, one of the most trying times in U.S. history.
      Bob Simon goes backstage at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and talks with general manager Peter Gelb on his efforts to reinvigorate the art form.

    • 09.04.11
      Season 43 - Episode 52
      Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. attempt to indict him on criminal charges; Plus, using DNA technology to sustain endangered species.
    • September 15, 2013 - Syria, The Briefer, Rocky Mountain High

      Charlie Rose interviews Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Scott Pelley talks with U.S. President President Obama regarding the current crisis in Syria.
      Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell gives first television interview since his recent retirement to CBS senior correspondent John Miller. He tells of his briefings to President Obama regarding Syria as well as other security issues. He also talks about the Syria situation and his concern that the nation could turn into a terrorist haven.
      From October 21, 2012: Rocky Mountain High (Steve Kroft)

    • April 22, 2012 - The Case Against Lehman Brothers, Christians of the Holy Land, The Trouble with Treasure

      Steve Kroft talks to Anton R. Valukas, Chairman of Jenner & Block and former U.S. Attorney, the bank examiner who investigated the how and why of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history and the trigger behind the world financial crisis. This is Valukas' first interview.

      Bob Simon reports on the slow exodus of Palestinian Christians from the Holy Land, who say life in the middle of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has become too difficult.

      Armen Keteyian reports on Jay Miscovich, who found a cache of emeralds on the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Key West, Florida worth millions.

    • February 26, 2012 - 60 Minutes Presents: Going to Extremes

      From October 11, 2009: The Birdmen (Steve Kroft)
      From October 02, 2011: Alone on the Wall (Lara Logan)
      From March 28, 2010: The Sharkman (Anderson Cooper)

    • February 19, 2012 - Trapped in Unemployment, Treating Depression, The Mozart of Chess

      Scott Pelley reports on a program run by Joe Carbone, president and CEO of WorkPlace Inc., called Platform to Employment which is designed to help the long term unemployed back into the workforce.

      Lesley Stahl profiles Dr. Irving Kirsh, a Harvard psychologist who says anti-depression drugs are not much better than placebos, especially for the mildly to moderately depressed, something that is heavily disputed by psychiatrists and the pharmaceutical industry.

      Bob Simon profiles chess Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen, the number one chess player in the world.

    • February 12, 2012 - Deception at Duke, India's Gold, The Year of Adele

      Scott Pelley reports on Duke University oncologist Dr. Anil Potti, an Indian-born Rhodes Scholar who manipulated data in his study of a breakthrough cancer therapy and fooled not only Duke itself, but also 112 patients who signed up for the treatment and top medical journals. It is one of the largest medical frauds in history.

      Byron Pitts reports on the demand for gold in India, which accounts for an amazing 32 percent of the worldwide market for the precious metal with wedding jewellery driving roughly 50 per cent of the demand. The Indian Dream of owning gold is akin to the American Dream of owning a home

      Anderson Cooper profiles 23-year old British singing sensation Adele, whose second album sold over 17 million copies worldwide and has put her in line for six Grammys. She talks about recent laser vocal cord surgery to remove a polyp that threatened her career.

    • February 5, 2012 - 60 Minutes Presents: Dolly Parton, Anna Wintour, Meryl Streep

      Morley Safer profiles three famous ladies.
      From June 7, 2009 - Dolly
      From May 17, 2009 - Anna Wintour
      From December 18, 2011 - The Many Meryls

    • April 8, 2012 - An Imperfect Union, The Sport of Kings, Joy in the Congo

      Steve Kroft reports on the European debt crisis which, if not contained, would impact the United States. Interviewees include International Monetary Fund managing director Christine Lagarde.

      Lara Logan profiles Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, the sport of polo's leading star and the face of Ralph Lauren's Polo fashion brand.

      Bob Simon visits the Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra, a group of 200 musicians and vocalists who perform in the capital city of Kinshasa. Today, it is Central Africa's only symphony orchestra and the world's only all-black orchestra.

    • May 27, 2012 - 60 Minutes Presents: Honoring Our Troops

      From September 18, 2011: "Never Seen The Like" (David Martin)
      From November 6, 2011: Operation Proper Exit (Scott Pelley)
      From January 8, 2012: Marine Brothers (Lara Logan)

    • Season 44 Summer Reairings (June 3 - September 2, 2012)

      See Recap for details.

    • January 1, 1978 - This Year at Murrieta

      Mike Wallace looks into a hot springs spa that sells expensive "miracle cures" to the sick and elderly.

    • December 7, 1975 - Secret Service Agent #9

      Mike Wallace interviews Clint Hill, a former secret service agent who shielded Jackie Kennedy seconds after President John F. Kennedy was shot.

    • 06.21.09
      Season 41 - Episode 39
      Scott Pelley takes a look at secretive "Supermax" federal prison; Anderson Cooper reports on the Drug-cartel war in Mexico; Also, Steve Kroft talks with basketball superstar, LeBron James.
    • 06.28.09
      Season 41 - Episode 40
      Steve Kroft examines online poker and cheating the system; Lesley Stahl reports on the newest neuroscience innovation; Also, Scott Pelley speaks with a man helping poor people in Africa.
    • October 18, 2009 - H1N1, The Kanzius Machine, Drew Barrymore

      Scott Pelley on the Center for Disease Control's report that Swine Flu (the H1N1 virus) is targeting people who would normally be safe.

      Lesley Stahl files a follow up report on the incredible invention of John Kanzius, a cancer fighting machine that sidesteps the side effects of chemo or radiation.

      Anderson Cooper interviews Drew Barrymore, who has gone from child star to producer to movie director.

    • October 11, 2009 - Golf Company, A Blow to the Brain, The Birdmen

      Tonight's stories:
      Scott Pelley spends time with a U.S. Marine company in Afghanistan. They were deployed as part of President Obama's troop buildup.

      Bob Simon reports on new that studies show athletes, especially professional football players, who suffered many blows to the head, became brain damaged.

      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.

    • October 4, 2009 - The Swindler, 130 Million Tons of Waste, The Great Migration

      Steve Kroft interviews New York attorney Marc Dreier, who has scammed some $400 million and earned the nickname the 'mini-Madoff.'

      Lesley Stahl reports on the possible dangers of coal ash.

      Scott Pelley reports from Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration.

    • September 13, 2009 Obama Update; Ted Kennedy Memoir; 'Guiding Light' sign off In our first story, Steve Kroft with President Obama Lesley Stahl with Ted Kennedy's son in a first interview after his death from brain cancer. Excerpts from Kennedy's memoir, True Compass is discussed in a videotaped segment with the Senator and his son talks about what might seem like extraordinary measures he took after losing two brothers to assassination. Morley Safer and a retrospect of The Guiding Light, a soap opera that has blazed a trail over decades and is winding down to a close.moreless
    • August 23, 2009 In Memory of Our Creator
      August 23, 2009 In Memory of Our Creator Tonight's episode is fully dedicated to Don Hewitt, the original creator of 60 Minutes who passed away on Wednesday. The correspondents will all develop their own segments for this remembrance episode.
    • July 19, 2009 The Life & Times of Walter Cronkite
      July 19, 2009 The Life & Times of Walter Cronkite We interrupt the summer re-runs and re-visits with a special edition, new 60 Minutes. In memoriam of Walter Cronkite.
    • November 23, 2008 Easy Nukes; For Better or Worse
      November 23, 2008 Easy Nukes; For Better or Worse Imagine the size of a 6-pack of soda able to cause a nuclear explosion. That's about all the HEU (highly enriched uranium) it would take and it's not so difficult to get. Scott Pelley explores how easy it is to get a hold of the materials necessary to make a nuclear bomb. Matthew Bunn, security expert at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, concurs that access to HEU is not as difficult as it should be.moreless
    • October 25, 2009 - 60 Billion Dollar Fraud, Fight for a Cure, Tyler Perry

      Steve Kroft examines the $60 billion a year Medicare and Medicaid fraud industry.

      Katie Couric reports on the lack of attention paid to combating epilepsy.

      Byron Pitts profiles Tyler Perry, who started his own studio in Atlanta and produced the popular movie series Madea.

    • November 1, 2009 - H1N1, The Yakuza, The Movie Pirates

      Scott Pelley reports on the latest on the status and availability of the H1N1 vaccine.

      Lara Logan reports on a high ranking member of Yakuza, the Japanese Mafia, who maneuvered his way to the front of the line in the U.S. for a liver transplant.

      Lesley Stahl reports on how major movies are pirated, in some instances prior to being releassed in movie theaters.

    • March 28, 2010 - The Case Against Nada Prouty, The Russian Is Coming, The Sharkman

      FBI & CIA officer, Nada Prouty was on the trail of terrorists for years before being branded a traitor and spy. Scott Pelley with the first media interview she's conducted since being targeted by national security investigations and nicknamed, "Jihad Jane"

      Next up, Steve Kroft with a man who insists there's a lot of luck behind his making it big in his lifetime. Mikhail Prokhorov, Russia's richest 'oligarch' is now talking about making the New Jersey Nets a New York based team. With his billions of dollars, mega boats, cars and nearly everything he touches prospering, it seems strange that he attributes it to being in the right place at the right time - and 8 Russian party girls.

      Finally, 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.

    • March 21, 2010 - Chief of Staff, The Lost Children of Haiti, Tennis Twins

      Obama's Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel talks with Katie Couric about what it's like to be the man who is consistently in the middle of all presidential decisions and tough, unpopular choices, not the least of which being the new health care reform.

      In our second story, Scott Pelley reports on the current situation with Haiti's earthquake victims, the most tragic being the children. We've heard about the attempts to steal the kids that desperate parents give up with hopes for a better chance at survival, but what about those left in a form of legal slavery there?

      Finally, Lesley Stahl with pro tennis doubles champs, identical twins who have convinced their opponents that a psychic connection explains how they know what each other are doing or going to do.

    • March 14, 2010 - Inside The Collapse, Derek

      Our first story is a double length feature with a different look at the Wall Street mess. Michael Lewis, former bond trader and best selling author talks with Steve Kroft on the current status on Wall Street, including why big bonuses continue to be paid.

      Also tonight, Lesley Stahl with Derek Paravicini, who despite severe disabilities is a renowned musical savant.

    • February 14, 2010 - Made In U.S.A., Davos, Pigeon Fever

      Leslie Stahl talks with David Kris, head of the National Security Division at the Justice Department about Iran's nuclear capabilities and how some their uranium enrichment equipment may have come from America..

      Scott Pelley gets an inside look at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

      Morley Safer reports that despite over a year of news coverage on Bernard Madoff's multibillion dollar Ponzi, similar scams are still thriving.

    • January 10, 2010 - Watching The Border, Revelations from the Campaign, Resurrecting the Extinct

      Steve Kroft talks with Director of Homeland Security Richard Stana on the status of the multi-billion-dollar "virtual fence" being built at the U.S.-Mexican border.

      Anderson Cooper's report looks at behind-the-scenes issues from the Republican and Democratic camps during the 2008 presidential campaign.

      Lesley Stahl reports on advances in sustaining endangered species and maybe day even resurrect some that have died out by using DNA technology.

    • January 17, 2010 - Haiti, Football Island, Penelope Cruz

      Byron Pitts with the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne in the latest efforts for citizens of Haiti.

      Also, Scott Pelley in American Samoa trying to shed light on why this small territory produces more NFL players than anywhere else.

      Finally, Penelope Cruz sits down with Charlie Rose.

    • January 3, 2010 - A Crack In The Swiss Vault, Delay, Deny and Hope that I Die, The Secret Language of Elephants

      Steve Kroft with Bradley Birkenfeld, a Swiss banker who exposes how some Americans evade taxes by hiding their money in Swiss bank accounts. This has been known for decades, but not until this whistle blower was anything ever able to be traced.

      Byron Pitts reports on the impacts of two wars and a recession have had on the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs. Claims have significantly increased, slowing the large bureaucracy and frustrating many veterans.

      African elephants with language? Experts not only have this to be true, but are putting together a sort of elephant translation-dictionary. Bob Simon in Central Africa for this absolutely incredible story.

    • November 22, 2009 - Cost of Dying, Witness, Cameron's Avatar

      Steve Kroft reports on how many Americans spend their last days in an intensive care unit, subjected to uncomfortable machines or surgeries to prolong their lives at enormous cost.

      Bob Simon talks to Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahari who was recently freed after four months of interrogation and torture at the hands of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

      Morley Safer interviews with James Cameron on his newest 3D sci fi fantasy movie, Avatar.

    • November 02, 2008 Welcome Home, you’re fired; Fake Cop; Bionic People
      November 02, 2008 Welcome Home, you’re fired; Fake Cop; Bionic People Tonight, an atrocity exposed when Lesley Stahl investigates thousands of reservists and guardsmen returning home from duty to find their jobs gone. Some blatantly fired for “being gone too long” and others victims of downsizing while they were Iraq or Afghanistan. A small Missouri town’s newest Sheriff, Sgt Bill Jakob, was cleaning up the streets like no one else. Arresting drug dealers and other criminals, the mayor thought he was the best thing that happened to his town. Unfortunately, he wasn’t really a cop at all. Finally, Scott Pelley reports on how the future is now. Technology connected directly to the human brain, enabling communication with people otherwise trapped in a paralyzed body. What’s next is even more remarkable.moreless
    • October 26, 2008 Credit Default Swaps; T. Boone Pickens; Goronqosa
      October 26, 2008 Credit Default Swaps; T. Boone Pickens; Goronqosa It sounds complicated and it actually is, but tonight, Steve Kroft makes it a lot easier to understand: Credit Default Swaps and their role in the unraveling of the economy. Charlie Rose interviews T. Boone Pickens, the multi-billionaire oil man who claims to have a plan to make the U.S. far less dependent on foreign supplies. Could it really work? Finally, Scott Pelley with Greg Carr, a U.S. citizen trying to make Gorongosa, a Mozambique, African location into one of the world's newest tourist destinations.moreless
    • June 08, 2008 Deadly Dust; Howard Hughes Medical; Mega Church
      June 08, 2008 Deadly Dust; Howard Hughes Medical; Mega Church Scott Pelley examines what's behind combustible dust like the latest in a sugar factory (Savannah, GA) where 13 died and many injured. Why aren't safety measures in place? This report is sure to surprise. In our second report, Lesley Stahl follows up on a 2003 report about the legacy of good of Howard Hughes in the medical institute that was initially meant for the billionaire himself. Finally, Byron Pitts reported on the mega-churches gaining popularity these days. 16,000 seats, often filled and still criticisms about not doing enough.moreless
    • May 18, 2008 Re-visited episodes: Iraqi Refugees; Slice of Paradise; Bon Jovi
      May 18, 2008 Re-visited episodes: Iraqi Refugees; Slice of Paradise; Bon Jovi Iraqui's Helping Americans: Scott Pelley examines the atrocities and injustice Iraqui's receive after risking life and limb, quite literally, to aid American efforts. Slice of Paradise: See exclusive, first time ever footage of a very rare bird's mating ritual. Bob Simon is one of very few people with a news crew who has ever visited this remote Indonesian paradise. Also, Steve Kroft with Bon Jovimoreless
    • May 11, 2008 Chiquita Banana Murders? U.S. Prisons; Alec Baldwin
      May 11, 2008 Chiquita Banana Murders? U.S. Prisons; Alec Baldwin Very interesting story with Steve Kroft about how, in the jungles of Columbia, murderous paramilitary forces may be at least partially funded by the company that brings you those bananas on your kitchen table. In our second story, Scott Pelley with Washington Post reporters Amy Goldstein and Dana Priest with their investigation into some hugely neglectful conditions in U.S. Government run prisons. Finally, Morley Safer with Alec Baldwin. No holds barred, Alec discusses the infamous voice mail he left his daughter and even his feelings about running for office.moreless
    • May 04, 2008 Innocent in Jail; Tilman's Truth; Dr. Farmer
      May 04, 2008 Innocent in Jail; Tilman's Truth; Dr. Farmer Scott Pelley reports on James Woodard, the longest serving inmate who was proven innocent with DNA evidence. It raises the question as to how many others are really innocent and in jail. Also tonight, the mother of Pat Tillman, the NFL star who became an Army Ranger. Initially his tragic death was reported to be while acting in heroism. The subsequent discovery that he was killed when his own men accidentally shot him opened the floodgates of questions. Why did the military lie and was there blatant negligence ? Katie Couric reports. Finally, meet Dr. Paul Farmer. This health care provider created a workable and successful charitable medical service in Haiti (Partners in Health). Now grown to touch nine countries and employing 6,000, Byron Pitts reports about how Dr. Farmer feels about the lives saved and the ones still needing saving.moreless
    • April 06, 2008 Bailing Out Wall Street; Why War?; Mission to Mars
      April 06, 2008 Bailing Out Wall Street; Why War?; Mission to Mars Lesley Stahl reports on China Investment Corp's Wall Street bailout in recent months. Gao Xiging gives his first interview as president of the corporation and explains why they did it. Remarkably candid interview, unusual for China. Next, Steve Kroft talks with Douglas Feith, one of the top Pentagon defense team members during the 2001-05 U.S. invasion of Iraq. Find out why he says war is necessary. Finally, Bob Simon with some amazing pictures of the red planet and why NASA feels a manned mission to Mars shouldn't be too far off. There is also an update tonight on "The Prosecution of Governor Siegelman"; this and Andy Rooney on 60 Minutes.moreless
    • March 30, 2008 Five Years; The Gore Campaign; Stat Man
      March 30, 2008 Five Years; The Gore Campaign; Stat Man There is no doubt that Guantanamo Bay is a horror show complete with torture tactics that most of us won't even allow ourselves to imagine. So imagine being an innocent man at Guantanamo. For five of the longest years of your life. Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl with Al Gore and a passion about global warming that admittedly didn't seem to be in him for his presidential bid. Just when you thought you knew Al Gore, this will surprise you. In our third story, meet Bill James. As Morley Safer discovers, this man never played professional baseball, or even close, but has been designated a very key player for the Boston Red Sox. Find out how, tonight on 60 Minutes.moreless
    • March 09, 2008 John McCain; Innocent Murderer; The Ichan Lift
      March 09, 2008 John McCain; Innocent Murderer; The Ichan Lift Tonight Scott Pelley interviews John McCain about how his popularity has risen in the year since his last sit-down with him. Get a sneak peek into the upcoming campaign strategies the may be in place for either Clinton or Obama. Also, it's not unheard of to hear murderers languishing in prison avow to their innocence; but, what if it were true? And what if just about everyone knew it, but the years, nearly 30 of them, still crawl on while sitting in that jail cell? Tonight, lawyers Dale Coventry and Jamie Kunz talk about how they knew an innocent man sat in prison, but couldn't do anything about it. Bob Simon reports. Finally, Lesley Stahl interviews billionaire Carl Icahn, the man with the "Midas Touch" when he becomes involved in just about any company. So much of that touch has been apparent that he's at the top of the business world and those in the know call it the "Icahn Lift" when he steps in. Some displaced workers however have a completely different opinion of him.moreless
    • March 02, 2008 Clinton, Obama one on one; Remote Area Medical
      March 02, 2008 Clinton, Obama one on one; Remote Area Medical Steve Kroft leads tonight's show with interviews, one on one, with Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. This is the closest contest in the last quarter century. In our second story, Stan Brock, founder of RAM, a free medical services organization for the poor in other countries, has found more than ½ of it's work being done here in the U.S.. Scott Pelley reports about how American elderly and disabled who have worked all their lives are now needing services typically in place for other countries poor.moreless
    • June 15, 2008 Go to Bed; The Happiest Country
      June 15, 2008 Go to Bed; The Happiest Country Tonight's first segment is a double length revisited story about what we all know, but continue to ignore: Getting a good night's sleep. Lesley Stahl presents this story with some interesting findings by sleep researcher, Matt Walker. In our second story, Morley Safer revisits Little Denmark. A country of 5 ½ million people who are reportedly the happiest in the world. A fun and very entertaining piece worth seeing.moreless
    • July 27, 2008 Re-visited Episodes
      July 27, 2008 Re-visited Episodes
      Season 40 - Episode 45
      July 27, 2008 Re-visited Episodes Steve Kroft with John Martorano, assassin who promised Ed Bradley (before he died) that he'd do this interview. NASA's Mars mission and possible return to the moon. Bob Simon reports. Scott Pelley with Bruce Springsteen.
    • October 19, 2008 al Qaeda Stronger; Government owned banks; Bullfighting today Foreign born al Qaeda in Afghanistan gaining strength and sophistication. Lara Logan with Major General Jeffrey Schlosser and how this is happening. In a second, very timely story, Lesley Stahl with what we might be seeing now that the government bail out has put government in the private sector. Bob Simon with two brothers, Cayetano and Francisco Ordonez, probably the most recognized matadors in Spain. While taping this segment, a critical injury occurs when a 1,300 lb bull gets the best of a top matador.moreless
    • October 05, 2008 Wall Street's Shadow Market; Kill bin Laden; 0 to 60 on a battery?
      October 05, 2008 Wall Street's Shadow Market; Kill bin Laden; 0 to 60 on a battery? In tonight's first story, Steve Kroft with the details you might not have heard about the unraveling of the economy. What are 'credit default swaps' and how did they play a role in the downward spiral? The complex degradation of our economy is explained. Scott Pelley re-visits the first weeks after 9/11 when the appropriate focus was on the instigator of the massive, tragic terrorist attacks, bin Laden. A former Delta Force Officer recounts the secret missions in the Tora Bora Mountains near Pakistan and never before seen video will shed new light on what really was (and is) going on. Finally, Lesley Stahl with a story from Silicon Valley in California. While cars running on batteries isn't really news, one that can go from 0 to 60 in four seconds is the stuff fantasy is made of. The newest cars are being developed to run on Lithium-ion batteries, just like the one in your laptop. We're not that far away. All this and Andy Rooney's financial advice tonight on 60 Minutes.moreless
    • September 28, 2008 Economy Down; Gen. Ray Odierno; Forming the Universe
      New Season Begins September 28, 2008 Economy Down; Gen. Ray Odierno; Forming the Universe

      Scott Pelley with Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson as he faces a partisan and misbehaving Congress while trying to work out this economic mess.

       Lesley Stahl with Gen. Ray Odierno who has gone from battle to diplomatic engagement with Iraq. Why does he feel so many mistakes were made to begin with?

      Finally, Steve Kroft with Physicist Bob Stanek and some futuristic, but surprisingly current scientific developments that may include a Star Trek-like transporter. Find out how these researchers are hoping to unlock how the universe began.
    • September 21, 2008 Candidate Debate; 40th Anniversary and in HD
      September 21, 2008 Candidate Debate; 40th Anniversary and in HD A flurry of firsts on tonight's show: Steve Kroft with Obama and Scott Pelley with McCain with the most candid look and interviews. The economy to healthcare, energy to the war – it all gets put on the table tonight. Another first is that tonight is 60 Minutes 40th anniversary broadcast and the first broadcast in High-Definition.moreless
    • September 14, 2008 Award Winning Episode
      September 14, 2008 Award Winning Episode Steve Kroft with a story presented together with The Washington Post, that won television's highest awards since broadcast in November '07: Government errors nationwide causing wrongful convictions, releases of criminals without notification of their victims and a massive amount of other slip ups that just should never happen in this modern era. Also tonight, Antonin Scalia, called 'a maverick on a mission'. Lesley Stahl follows up on a report from April (this is a double length segment)moreless
    • September 07, 2008 The War Within; Alec Baldwin; The King of Sushi
      September 07, 2008 The War Within; Alec Baldwin; The King of Sushi Bob Woodward with Scott Pelley about his latest book with an inside look at the White House. You might not know what you think you know about Bush's strategies and input from his closest advisors. With everything very public about Alec Baldwin's divorce and custody battle, you'll be amazed at what Morley Safer uncovers in his candid interview with Baldwin himself about the subject. The King of Sushi is bluefin tuna. Bob Simon reports on how demand for this popular fish and methods of capture are endangering future fish.moreless
    • August 24, 2008 Double Segment: Civilians Killed In Iraq; Dennis Quaid's Twins
      August 24, 2008 Double Segment: Civilians Killed In Iraq; Dennis Quaid's Twins Scott Pelley with a Peabody award winning story about the worst single killing by American troops since Vietnam. Women and children dead, American troops responsible. Marine Staff Sergeant, Frank Wuterich is charged with murdering 18 civilians, including women and babies. His explanation is probably what garnered the award this story won after airing in '07. Also tonight, Steve Kroft with Dennis Quaid and the story about the medical mistake that nearly took the lives of his two newborn babies. How many non-celebrity victims are there?moreless
    • August 17, 2008 Exposing a Spy; Congo Civil War; da Vinci's Secret
      August 17, 2008 Exposing a Spy; Congo Civil War; da Vinci's Secret Katie Couric with Valerie Plame Wilson, the spy who was exposed by her own country in a leak hear 'round the world. CNN's Anderson Cooper uncovers the most heinous, vile of crimes used as a weapon of war: Rape in the Congo. Finally, Morley Safer in Florence, Italy looking for treasure. Is there a Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece mural underneath what we see on this wall?moreless
    • April 04, 2010 - Patented, America's Gift, Going Smokeless

      Morley Safer interviews Lori Andrews, a professor of law who insists your genes are yours alone. Another lawyer, who is also a molecular biologist, insists that biotech gene patents benefit society as a whole.

      In our next story, Bob Simon reports on Ugandans dying of HIV and AIDS, in a country where the vast majority of people cannot afford or access to necessary medications, are now finding hope in a program, started by President George W. Bush, helping to alter tragic outcomes.

      Also tonight, Leslie Stahl looks at how tobacco companies are trying to stay afloat as the number of smokers declines with smokeless products.