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  • How do crocodiles kill?

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    12/30/13

    Anderson Cooper talks with zoologist Adam Britton about the two ways crocs can kill.
  • Hidden cameras catch bears in the Arctic Circle

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    12/27/13

    A wildlife filmmaker shares his clever use of spy tactics in his own nature films.
  • Birdmen: Finding calm before taking flight

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    12/27/13

    Steve Kroft talks to “birdman” JT Holmes about how he finds calmness before jumping off mountains.
  • How do crocodiles kill?

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    12/27/13

    Dek: Anderson Cooper talks with zoologist Adam Britton about the two ways crocs can kill.
  • Spies on ice catch polar bears up close

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    12/27/13

    Bob Simon reports on the revolutionary “iceberg cams” that have changed wildlife film making.
  • Anderson Cooper on deadly Nile crocs

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    12/26/13

    Filmmaker and diver Brad Bestelink and Anderson Cooper talk about their experience diving to find Nile crocodiles.
  • Anderson Cooper talks crocodile-diving fears

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    12/26/13

    Anderson Cooper shares his concerns about diving with deadly Nile crocodiles, on assignment for 60 Minutes.
  • Training kids for the NFL

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    12/23/13

    The father of one of quarterback coach Steve Clarkson's athletes talks about deciding his son should train with Clarkson.
  • Spotting the special ones

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    12/23/13

    Morley Safer talks to quarterback "guru" Steve Clarkson about the new era of real-time recruiting and working with parents and coaches to scout the next D-1 and NFL players.
  • QB guru on scholarships to 10-year-olds

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    12/23/13

    Quarterback "guru" Steve Clarkson talks Morley Safer about changes in the football recruiting and scholarship process.
  • QB coach on training Joe Montana's sons

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    12/23/13

    Quarterback coach and former NFLer Steve Clarkson describes the first time he coached Joe Montana's two sons.
  • Is your kid the next Peyton Manning?

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    12/20/13

    So-called quarterback guru Steve Clarkson works with players as young as 7-years-old, all hoping to become the next big NFL star.
  • "Reveal nothing:" Nelson Mandela's strategy in prison

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    12/10/13

    60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon reports on the tactics Nelson Mandela used while in prison for 27 years.
  • A conversation with Nelson Mandela's widow

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    12/9/13

    Nelson Mandela's widow, Graca Machel, talks to 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon and shares her unique perspective on the global icon she calls "a normal human being."
  • From prisoner to president: How Mandela won

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    12/9/13

    Bob Simon reports on Nelson Mandela's journey from prison to the presidency and his focus on reconciling South Africans instead of seeking revenge.
  • A tribute to Nelson Mandela

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    12/6/13

    60 Minutes pays tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, whose wise use of reconciliation in his struggle against the racist apartheid system helped avoid a civil war and peacefully gave birth to the democratic republic of South Africa. Bob Simon reports on Sunday, Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Enhanced interrogations were "wrong," says ex-CIA No. 2

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    10/25/13

    Mike Morell, the former No. 2 man in the CIA, says enhanced interrogation methods used on terror detainees after 9/11 were wrong because they went against American values. John Miller reports on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Never-before-seen military footage of "Black Hawk Down"

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    10/3/13

    Most Americans know what happened during America's first battle against al Qaeda 20 years ago thanks to the Oscar-winning film, "Black Hawk Down." Now for the first time, they can see how the actual battle unfolded in never-before-seen footage obtained by 60 Minutes and from eyewitnesses. Lara Logan reports on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • O'Reilly: The Holy Spirit inspired "Killing Jesus"

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    9/26/13

    Bill O'Reilly's book, "Killing Jesus" is not religious and contradicts the Bible, but O'Reilly tells Norah O'Donnell that he is using God's gifts in a positive way. Watch 60 Minutes on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Here's Jay Leno!

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    9/25/13

    "Your first 'Tonight Show' is kind of like your first girl, you know?" That's how Jay Leno described the first time he appeared on the Tonight stage as host. "You weren't very good, but you never forget it." Steve Kroft profiles Leno who had to rise above early rejection to make it in show business.moreless
  • From the archives: Sue Mengers

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    4/23/13

    In anticipation of Bette Midler's opening night performance in Broadway's "I'll Eat You Last" about super-agent Sue Mengers, take a look back at this 60 Minutes profile of Mengers from 1975.
  • 1986: Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams improvise

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    4/12/13

    Comedians Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams put on an impromptu show for Ed Bradley and the 60 Minutes crew in 1986. Winters, who Bradley described as "the acknowledged master of improvisation," died April 12, 2013, at the age of 87.moreless
  • Newtown parents on assault weapons ban

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    4/5/13

    Some of the families of the victims of the Newtown mass shooting are not calling for a ban of the type of weapon Adam Lanza used to murder their loved ones. Watch Scott Pelley's report on Sunday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Twitter's Jack Dorsey on 60 Minutes

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    3/14/13

    Jack Dorsey's boyhood obsession with emergency dispatch communications led to his multibillion-dollar idea: Twitter. Watch Lara Logan's report on Sunday, March 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.
  • Ex-mob killer finds God?

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    3/14/13

    From hit man to church man: Has former mobster John Veasey really seen the light? Even he says that's still up for debate. Byron Pitts reports on Sunday, March 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • NECC Insider: Fake names used to bypass regulations

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    3/8/13

    An ex-salesman from New England Compounding Center, the company that produced injections that caused lethal meningitis, says the NECC often used fake prescriptions so it could illegally mass produce drugs. Watch Scott Pelley's full report on Sunday, March 10 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Israeli defense system changes game in Mideast

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    2/14/13

    Bob Simon reports on Israel's "Iron Dome," a game-changing defense system that the Israeli Air Force says shot down 85 percent of the rockets its enemies fired into the country from nearby Gaza last November. Watch Simon's report on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT.moreless
  • Jodie Foster, reluctant star

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    1/14/13

    In 2000, Jodie Foster talked with Charlie Rose about her turbulent life as an actress and how she tries to keep her private life shielded.
  • A Yankee fan that risked her life for the Mets

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    1/13/13

    Although Justice Sonia Sotomayor is unabashedly a fan of the New York Yankees, she got herself into a hairy situation sticking up for the Mets.
  • Robots' work: "Dangerous, dull and dirty"

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    1/13/13

    John Dulchinos, CEO of Adept Technology, tells Steve Kroft that robots usually take the factory jobs that people don't want - ones that are too rote or risky.
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