60 Minutes

Season 46 Episode 2

October 6, 2013 - Disability, USA, Super 6-1, Cosmic Roulette

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 06, 2013 on CBS
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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 film Black 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.


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    • Disability, USA
      Produced by: Michael Karzis, James Jacoby
      Edited by: Matthew Lev
      Camera: Rob Fortunato, Rich White
      Sound: Keith McManus, Jack Norflus
      Broadcast Associate: Allison Saltstein
      Photo from: The Hearld-Dispatch
      Super 6-1
      Produced by: Max McClellan, Jeff Newton, Richard Butler
      Edited by: Matt Richman
      Camera: Don Lee, Dennis Dillon
      Sound: Eric Kerchner, Edward Jones
      Associate Producer: Reuben Heyman-Kantor
      Broadcast Associate: Lani Levine
      Cosmic Roulette
      Produced by: Andy Court
      Edited by: Stephanie Palewsi Brumbach
      Camera: Blake Hottle, Tom Rapier
      Sound: Andre Palai, Scott Osterman
      Associate Producer: Anya Bourg
      News Associate: Mahalet de Jene
      Video from: Meteor Crater, Northern Arizona, USA
      Map from: Eath Impact Database, Planetary and Space Science Center, University of New Brunswick, Canada