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In a highly anticipated interview with "60 Minutes," Andrew McCabe -- who became the acting FBI Director after the firing of James Comey -- tells Scott Pelley about the measures taken to ensure investigations into President Trump wouldn't "vanish." Plus -- Lesley Stahl learns what became of some of the school girls -- who were kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014. Those stories and more on this week's "60 Minutes."
A former bank robber is now a successful law professor. Here's Steve Kroft with a story of redemption. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Franklin County, Mississippi - where a chess program is changing the lives of high school students - their parents - and the community. Scott Pelley shares the story of Lauren McGoughof -- a woman who hunts game -- with eagles. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
The officials who convicted Kevin Mallory -- who was being investigated for conspiracy to commit espionage -- tell Anderson Cooper how their case came together. Malta -- the The smallest nation in the European Union -- is earning an unsavory reputation. Jon Wertheim reports. The reintroduction of the predator has led to more visitors and a shift in the ecological makeup of Yellowstone Park. Bill Whitaker has the story. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
A company has launched hundreds of small satellites -- capturing over a million photos of Earth for commercial use. David Martin reports on the unimagined possibilities and consequences. Scott Pelley hears from the former CEO of Starbucks -- who says Donald Trump is not qualified to be President. Plus -- Jon Wertheim reports on the lottery loophole that made a Massachusetts couple a million dollars richer. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Steve Kroft travels to the Whiskey Islands -- to finish a story that was started by the late Bob Simon. Lesley Stahl finds out why Chef Massimo Bottura has been called the Pavarotti of pasta. Plus -- Sharyn Alfonsi takes a trip down Abbey Road -- and memory lane -- with Paul McCartney. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Venture capitalists say artificial intelligence will displace 40-percent of the world's jobs. Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl introduces us to a blind architect. Plus -- How does the house oversight committee plan on investigating President Trump? Steve Kroft finds out from the committee's new chairman, Elijah Cummings on tonight's "60 Minutes."
At 29-years-old -- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the youngest woman ever elected into the U.S Congress. She talks to Anderson Cooper about her plans to combat climate change and more. In an interview with Scott Pelley -- Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi denies estimates of 60-thousand political prisoners in his country. Lesley Stahl introduces us to Marshall Medoff -- an inventor -- not a scientist -- on a mission to fight global warming. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Nestled in a city in northern Italy, Osteria Francescana has topped this year’s list of the top fifty restaurants in the world. Lesley Stahl talks with restaurateur and chef Massimo Bottura to discover what sets his harmonious flavors apart. Steve Kroft assists the late Bob Simon in unveiling an island off the coast of Scotland – a hidden gem responsible for brewing some of the world’s most expensive whiskey. And Sheryn Alfonsi sits down with the music legend Paul McCartney to hear little known ...more
Last year, a former CIA officer was caught committing espionage. Anderson Cooper hears from the officials who caught him. Bill Whitaker reports from Yellowstone Park -- where tourists flock to catch a glimpse of the wolves that roam the land. And -- Is there something rotten in Malta? Jon Wertheim finds out on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Plastic has become a problem in the Pacific Ocean -- and it is killing wildlife. Sharyn Alfonsi introduces us to the 24-year-old inventor -- who has a controversial plan to clean up the Pacific Garbage Patch. The attorney who orchestrated a multi-billion-dollar settlement against the tobacco industry is back for the drug manufacturers and distributors -- who he says are responsible for the opioid epidemic. Bill Whitaker has his story on tonight's "60 Minutes."
This past year, Tesla CEO Elon Musk made headlines for his controversial behavior. In an interview with Lesley Stahl, he explains why he does not "adhere to some CEO template." There's a new government study that examines how an excessive amount of screen time is affecting the brains of kids and adolescents. Anderson Cooper reports. Scott Pelley introduces us to Ryan Speedo Green -- an opera star who spent much of his childhood in juvenile detention. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes.' ...more
George Herbert Walker Bush was not just the 41st President of the United States -- he was a husband, father, friend, and much, much more. CBS This Morning's Norah O'Donnell looks back on the life and legacy of the man that became known as Bush 41.
It has been a chaotic two years on the U.S Mexican border -- and this past week, a federal judge struck down the president's latest immigration order. Scott Pelley reports. Award-winning actor Jeff Daniels is heading to Broadway. As he tells Steve Kroft -- he plans on re-originating the role of Atticus Finch in "To Kill Mockingbird." Seven years after a powerful earthquake and tsunami caused a massive nuclear meltdown in the Daiichi Power Plant, Lesley Stahl reports on the unprecedented cleanup ...more
In response to the national opioid crisis, the U.S surgeon general came out with an advisory calling on more Americans to carry Naloxone. But as Lesley Stahl reports -- making this drug accessible is complicated. Former NFL all-star Tim Green -- who played eight seasons for the Atlanta Falcons -- tells Steve Kroft that he does not regret his football career -- even if it may have led to his ALS. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Steve Kroft reports on a new European privacy law that has big tech companies scrambling -- and could makes it way to the United States. Sharyn Alfonsi shares the story of two brothers -- both playing for the Seattle Seahawks -- and how a childhood pact kept them together. And Bill Whitaker reports on the goldmine that is forming below the Earth's surface. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Mass shootings happen all too often in the United States -- usually carried out using military weapons. Now -- first responders, doctors, and even civilians are learning battlefield first-aid. Scott Pelley reports. With just 48 hours until the midterm elections -- Jon Wertheim hears from Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke -- who are in a tight race for the Texas senate seat. Plus -- surf's up! Anderson Cooper visits azare, Portugal, home to some of the largest waves in the world. Those stories on tonigh...more
The New York Philharmonic has a new maestro. Here's Lesley Stahl with an introduction. Holly Williams shares the story of a woman who is helping Raqqa rebuild after the air strikes on ISIS. Sex abuse within the A Buffalo bishop is coming under fire for failure to remove priests from service -- with knowledge of their abuse. A number of those within the church tell Bill Whitaker there stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
With the help of DNA and family genealogy -- law enforcement officials are cracking cold cases. Steve Kroft reports. Track work, late arrivals, and more. Bill Whitaker reports on the ever-crumbling infrastructure of the New York City subway system. Scott Pelley shares the story of Lauren McGoughof -- a woman who hunts game -- with eagles. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
President Trump talks to Lesley Stahl about a number of hot-button topics -- including his controversial tariffs, North Korea, Russia, and the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The controversial Senate vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was mostly partisan and set the stage for the upcoming midterm elections. Scott Pelley sits down with two female senators from both parties to talk about their crucial undecided votes that could threaten their careers. Author and YouTuber John Green has reminded his young audience across the globe "don't forget to be awesome." He opens up about living with obsessive-compulsive disorder and how he copes with it. Plus, C...more
Compromise in the face of partisanship – Scott Pelley sits down with the two senators who cooperated across the aisle following the testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. More Americans died last year from drug overdoses than in the entire Vietnam War. Bill Whitaker investigates who is responsible. Plus, Sharyn Alfonsi sits down with the music legend Paul McCartney on tonight’s “60 Minutes.”
Following the devastation of Hurricanes Florence. Maria, and Harvey -- is it possible to protect ourselves from the relentless wrath of Mother Nature? Bill Whitaker finds out. Steve Kroft reports on the power of Google. Plus -- photographer Tom Mangelsen steps IN FRONT of the camera with Anderson Cooper on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Former employees of Theranos -- a health technology company -- provide Norah O'Donnell with an inside look at the now disgraced company. Football players are not the only ones suffering from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE.) As Sharyn Alfonsi reports -- combat veterans are coming home with the neurological disease. Plus -- Scott Pelley takes us inside MIT's Media Lab -- where ideas become a reality. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Polo -- the ancient sport of kings -- is getting scientific -- as Lesley Stahl reports.
Last year, Congressman Steve Scalise was shot when a gunman opened fire on a congressional baseball game. The events of that day brought legislators from BOTH sides of the aisle together. Norah O'Donnell has his story. Lesley Stahl hears from the man who gave the data of millions of Facebook users to Cambridge Analytica. And -- for nearly 20-years -- Bill and Melinda Gates have sent 20-thousand disadvantaged students to college. Scott Pelley talks to some of the students who benefited from the G...more
Arizona Senator John McCain died Saturday -- 24 hours after his family announced that he would discontinue cancer treatments. Lesley Stahl looks back on the life of the longtime senator and American hero. As the U.S. steps up the fight against Chinese theft of U.S. trade secrets and intellectual property -- Bill Whitaker reports on the many Americans wrongly accused of espionage-related crimes. Plus -- Jon Wertheim gets an inside look at the Harvard Lampoon. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minute...more
Last year -- civilians in Syria were victims of a deadly gas attack -- prompting a 59-missile response from the United States. A rare video of the attack recently surfaced. Scott Pelley reports. Throughout the country -- young children are being put into the custody of their grandparents -- because their parents fell victim to opioids. Bill Whitaker reports. Holly Williams sits down with famed pianist and conductor Daniel Barenborn -- as he takes the stage for the second act of his career. Those...more
Bill Whitaker goes behind the scenes of cyber assaults on U.S. voting systems. Oprah Winfrey reports on a monument dedicated to the thousands of African Americans who have been lynched. Dr. Jon LaPook sits down with a couple, of which the wife has Alzheimer's disease. "60 Minutes" has interviewed them yearly for the past decade to illustrate the disease's impact. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
A Chicago surgeon is putting his life on the line in Syria -- to help save victims of Syria's civil war. Scott Pelley shares his story. Jon Wertheim travels to San Francisco -- where a 645-foot skyscraper has been sinking and leaning since it was built in 2006. Actress Jennifer Lawrence has an Oscar, a Golden Globe and many nominations -- but you may be surprised to know that she does not have a high school diploma. Bill Whitaker has her story on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Scott Pelley interviews an undercover FBI operative -- who details how he infiltrated al Qaeda and thwarted terror attacks planned for New York and Toronto. Are zookeepers playing God? Lesley Stahl reports on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Oprah Winfrey visits California's Pelican Bay State Prison -- where she reports on the use of solitary confinement. There's a conservative effort to protect rhinos from poachers -- who are being targeted for their horns. Lara Logan introduces us to South African rancher John Hume -- who has his own way of savings the rhinos. After 28 years in space, the Hubble Space Telescope is sending back some of its most beautiful and revealing images from across the vast universe. Bill Whitaker reports.&nbs...more
As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, Anderson Cooper examines why and when the statues went up in the first place. Lesley Stahl reports on a new type of farming -- with seaweed. Plus -- Scott Pelley introduces us to Alma Deutscher -- a 12 year old musician who is being called the "Second Mozart." Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Steve Kroft shares a story of redemption. How a former bank robber became a law professor. Anderson Cooper reports on the Voyager space probes, which continue beaming back data 40 years after their launch and remain valuable sources of information. Plus -- Sharyn Alfonsi introduces us to Christian Pulisic -- who could just be the next big soccer star. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
The separation of families at the U.S-Southern border is just one issue undocumented immigrants -- human smuggling is another. Scott Pelley reports. Immigration is not the only issue facing the Trump administration. As Bill Whitaker reports -- climate change is another. Plus -- Steve Kroft revisits the Isle of Eigg on tonight's "60 Minutes."
The Drug Enforcement Administration's plan to crack down on the opioid epidemic was thwarted - as the number of drug related deaths continue to rise. In a joint investigation with The Washington Post -- Bill Whitaker learns more. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
All eyes will be on Singapore this week -- as President Donald Trump and North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un meet for the highly anticipated summit. Here's CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin with a preview of what to expect. Lesley Stahl will introduce us to Brad Parscale -- who played a key role in the president's election. He is known only as JR -- an artist whose work is displayed around the world. Anderson Cooper has his story on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Afghan soldiers are dying in unprecedented numbers. Lara Logan sits down with the president of Afghanistan to discuss the increasing danger in Kabul. Anderson Cooper talks with Chef Jose Andres about his mission to feed millions in Puerto Rico. And Steve Kroft tells us about the "The Greek Freak." Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
On this Veteran's Day weekend -- Bill Whitaker shares a cautionary tale of how five U.S. soldiers -- including two Green Berets -- died -- when they were hit by a bomb that was dropped by an AMERICAN warplane. There's a conservative effort to protect rhinos from poachers -- who are being targeted for their horns. Lara Logan introduces us to South African rancher John Hume -- who has his own way of savings the rhinos -- on tonight's "60 Minutes."
In their first television interviews -- former employees of Theranos -- a health technology company -- provide Norah O'Donnell with an inside look at the now disgraced company. Anderson Cooper speaks with the alleged sex assault victims of restaurateurs Mario Batali and Ken Friedman. Plus -- how much power does Google hold? Steve Kroft finds out on this week's "60 Minutes."
100-thousand women have filed a lawsuit over a device -- similar to plastic -- that resulted in several post-surgery injuries. Scott Pelley reports. Bill Whitaker explains how the opioid epidemic is effecting the older generation. Plus -- is shock therapy REALLY as bad as it seems? Anderson Cooper finds out on this week's "60 Minutes."
One U.S city is fighting back against the pharmaceutical industry -- as prescription drug prices continue to rise. Lesley Stahl reports. The ongoing conflict in Syria has left thousands of children orphaned. Scott Pelley introduces us to the humanitarians who are lending a hand. Plus -- Anderson Cooper showcases the work of renowned wildlife photographer Thomas D.Mangelsen.
Bill Whitaker reports on a new gene editing tool -- that is revolutionizing biomedical research. For nearly 20-years -- Bill and Melinda Gates have sent 20-thousand disadvantaged students to college. Scott Pelley talks to some of the students who benefited from the Gates Millennium Scholarship. Lesley Stahl reports on a new type of farming -- with seaweed. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Aleksandr Kogan -- the app developer at the heart of the Facebook privacy scandal -- weighs in on the Cambridge Analytica controversy. We go inside MIT's Media Lab -- where scientists are turning futuristic ideas into present day possibilities. Plus -- a decade long look into the progression of an Alzheimer's patient. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."
Steve Kroft investigates Allegiant Air
Bill Whitaker reports from Chicago
Physical trauma and brain injuries in combat veterans could be linked to PTSD.
Adult film star Stormy Daniels sits down for her first interview with Anderson Cooper
Following the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day
A debate has erupted over arming teachers their classrooms.
Prisons are a lot different
Civilians in Syria were victims of a deadly gas attack
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says military action is possible
The House has passed a bill that would allow Americans -- who are licensed to carry concealed firearms in their own states -- to bring those weapons legally into other states
Chobani is one of the best selling yogurt brands in the United States.
Jon Wertheim travels to San Francisco
War, politics, entertainment, and sports
A U.S. scientist who has seen the North Korean nuclear program up close warns against underestimating the dictatorship's capabilities.
Lesley Stahl sits down with Margarita Simonyan
Bill Whitaker shares the story of a young boy
Two clergymen work to save historic, sacred and secular texts in war-torn Iraq
Too big to prosecute
Gov. Brown, The Challenger, Donald Sutherland
The first episode of "60 Minutes" premiered on September 24, 1968.
Anderson Cooper traveled to Puerto Rico with Chef Jose Andres
How Yemen's Civil War is starving its children.
Scott Pelley interviews an undercover FBI operative
The Drug Enforcement Administration's plan to crack down on the opioid epidemic was thwarted
We learn how Facebook ads played a role in President Trump's election.
Rep. Steve Scalise appears on '60 Minutes' in 1st interview since June shooting
Arizona Senator John McCain made news a few months back
The faces of the heroin epidemic are not just from the inner-cities.
Steve Bannon joins Charlie Rose for his first extended interview since leaving the White House.
Bill Whitaker reports on another possible scandal for the world of pro cycling.
Mike Bloomberg says most of his fortune will go to his foundation
A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack
Bill Whitaker explores how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor
Scott Pelley returns to Newtown, Connecticut
He was known as prisoner 760.
He may have been convicted
Steven Sotloff was the second American killed by ISIS
There are millions of people living with Alzheimer's in the United States.
Music can come from anywhere
Artificial intelligence is having a major impact on the medical industry.
Mural To Honor 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley
Who are the White Helmets
Bill Whitaker reports from Seoul
Unsolved shootings, suspicious suicides, poisoning and more.
It just goes to show that age will never trump honor
Philadelphia's Arch St. Methodist is just one of more than 800 churches and synagogues offering sanctuary to illegal immigrants.
President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.
Residents of Indiana are speaking out against President Trump's immigration policy.
He may have been convicted
He is a billionaire, media mogul, and New York's former Mayor.
Sandy Hook was one of the mass shootings that rocked the country.
Are smartphone apps habit forming?
Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby shot and killed Terence Crutcher
Anderson Cooper investigates the first ISIS-claimed attack on U.S soil.
American workers have expressed anger over the H-1B visa bill
Vladimir Kara-Murza vows to return to Russia to continue his opposition to Putin's policies.
The people of France will elect a new leader.
Music can come from anywhere
Doctor Lawrence Nassar is being held on charges of criminal sexual conduct.
The road to the Grammy's
Two cities, two different sounds, two extraordinary musical performances.
President Trump's executive order banning refugees from predominantly Muslim countries has once again brought up the vetting process of those trying to enter the United States.
It took 16-years to find this one-time Boston mobster.
President Barack Obama joins Steve Kroft
The parents of a publicly murdered hostage talk to Lesley Stahl about the U.S hostage policy
New data shows a decline in police activity
We revisit last episode’s story of the oldest choir in the world
Charlie Rose profiles the Sistine Chapel Choir
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tells Scott Pelley that he and President-elect Donald Trump have patched things up.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi tells Charlie Rose his country is not "only a museum" stuck in the past, as he tries to radically change its future
Steve Kroft sits down with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Donald Trump discusses his plans for tackling the hot-button issues of campaign 2016
Lara Logan reports from the outskirts of Mosul, Iraq
A 21-year-old Minneapolis man pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to ISIS tells Scott Pelley how he was radicalized by the Internet videos of the dead American al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki
Anderson Cooper talks to Michael and Robert Meeropol.
Scott Pelley sits down with King Abdullah II
Steve Kroft interviews Gary Johnson and his running mate, Bill Weld, the Libertarian candidates taking on the two-party system with many ideas outside the political mainstream
Lesley Stahl takes a look at how the US commemorates the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11th attack
Professional hackers show Sharyn Alfonsi how easy it is to hack someone's cell phone.
The U.S. has become one of the most popular places for foreigners to hide dirty money.
Halyard Health officials are denying allegations that they provided faulty surgical supplies to hospitals across the United States
Scott Pelley shares the story of three unjustly convicted men as they describes what life is like after being on death row
Hillary Clinton tells Scott Pelley that she will not engage in the same mudslinging as her Republican rival, Donald Trump.
Lesley Stahl sits down with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his newly announced running mate Governor Mike Pence.
One week has passed since the Orlando massacre
Scott Pelley reports on El Faro
Scott Pelley sits down with CIA Director John Brennan to discuss whether there could be an ISIS attack on American soil.
The death of Morley Safer was a loss for the CBS and "60 Minutes" family.
The Food and Drug Administration has granted a breakthrough status to Duke University following a cancer treatment trial with a successful outcome.
Armen Keteyian interviews Russian whistleblower Vitaly Stepanov about how least four of Russia's gold medal winners at the Sochi Winter Olympics were on steroids
Anderson Cooper investigates Halyard Health
Ohio is the latest state facing heroin related deaths
A number of life insurance companies across the country do not pay benefits for a known deceased policy holder.
Steve Kroft speaks with Former Senator Bob Graham
Nurse practitioners are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured working poor and those left out of Obamacare.
Lara Logan asks Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Scott Pelley reports on the making of a Smithsonian museum dedicated to African-American history and culture
Steve Kroft sits down with FBI agents about their 16-year search and capture of Boston mobster, Whitey Bulger
The U.S. has become one of the most popular places for foreigners to hide highly questionable funds
Chinese economic spying is costing U.S. corporations hundreds of billions of dollars and may be causing a national security risk.
Bill Whitaker and 60 Minutes cameras were permitted to visit and report from Russia's main military base in Syria
Correspondent Steve Kroft shares stories of murder, mayhem and the Mafia on a special edition of 60 Minutes.
Lesley Stahl investigates the controversial use of young, small-time drug dealers as untrained undercover informants in the war on drugs.
Alan Gross tells Scott Pelley about his five years as a prisoner in Cuba and his activities that led up to his arrest in his first interview.
Scott Pelley reports that the U.S. security process is becoming obsolete.
Bill Whitaker went to the heartland to report this story, to Ohio, where its attorney general says the heroin epidemic is the worst he has ever seen
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife Dr. Jill Biden reveal to Norah O'Donnell the family's thought process and the emotional moments that led up to his decision not to run for President
Russia's move into Syria is a sign of weakness, not strength, President Obama tells 60 Minutes in a wide-ranging interview.
Self-driving cars may sound like science fiction but they're already hitting the road for research as carmakers and tech companies race to develop the potentially life-saving technology.
On the eve of his speech to the U.N., Vladimir Putin tells 60 Minutes he is seeking partners to battle ISIS in Syria.
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When insurance companies deny the mentally ill the treatment their doctors prescribe, seriously ill people are often discharged, and can be a danger to themselves or others. The U.S. and China are locked in a high stakes contest over satellites that are critical to national security and everyday life. FBI agents discuss their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list. These stories and more on this week's "60 Minutes."
Scott Pelley reports on how insurance companies can fail the mentally ill, often causing them to be a danger to themselves and others; David Martin reports on the high stakes contest the U.S. and China are locked in over satellites that are critical to national security and everyday life.
FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list; Morley Safer profiles Wikipedians, those "persnickety," techy types who keep your favorite Internet information website brimming with data; and Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Charlie Rose about his fascination with the universe and his own personal journey to reignite interest in the great beyond.
From smartphones to cars and defense missiles, modern U.S. life depends on rare earth elements but China dominates the industry. Lesley Stahl reports; Anderson Cooper has the story of a woman who was arrested and charged with helping her dying father kill himself; Morley Safer profiles a billionaire investor who's pledging a good part of his fortune to save America's history.
Bill Whitaker investigates the biggest leak in Swiss banking history and examines HSBC's business dealings with a collection of international outlaws. "The first 50 years are for learning; the second 50 are for LIVING!" That's the motto of a show in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up. Lesley Stahl reports.
Scott Pelley reports on how a glitch in Social Security can result in fraudulent payments -- costing taxpayers billions -- and identity headaches. Norah O'Donnell looks into a controversial procedure that could stop the spread of dangerous genes that have stalked families for generations. Steve Kroft talks with Steve Carell about the challenges of making the film "Foxcatcher" and his success in Hollywood.
Con artists have been filing bogus tax returns and collecting millions. Steve Kroft finds out how far the scam has gone and why the IRS hasn't been able to stop it. The Secretary of Veterans Affairs tells Scott Pelley about his personal mission to reorganize the troubled agency for his fellow vets. While profiling Foo Fighters and their frontman Dave Grohl, Anderson Cooper accompanies the band on an exploration into the roots of American music; all that and more on "60 Minutes."
FBI Director James Comey speaks with Scott Pelley about our lives online and the need for government electronic surveillance, but only with a court order; Lesley Stahl discovers the shock and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis can be followed by a second jolt: the astronomical price of cancer drugs; As the Italian government struggles to maintain its historic ruins and monuments, Morley Safer discovers it's become fashionable to help, all that and more on "60 Minutes."
Clarissa Ward speaks with Islamic radicals in London about accusations they recruit British citizens for battlefields in Syria and Iraq. Lesley Stahl reports on how Duke Energy is handling over 100 million tons of coal ash waste in North Carolina; all that and more on "60 Minutes."
Bill Whitaker takes a look at Colorado after the state became the first to legalize recreational pot. Sharyn Alfonsi investigates allegations that thousands of homeowners were denied their flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy because of fraudulent engineers' reports. Three consecutive Oscar nominations put Cooper in the company of actors like Marlon Brando and Jack Nicholson, but five years ago you may not have recognized his name.
"Who the hell knows," the TV and comedy star tells Charlie Rose in a hilarious and revealing 60 Minutes interview that Larry says he didn't want to do in the first place; Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet's groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished.
For Memorial Day weekend, 60 Minutes presents a special broadcast on war stories. Correspondents Scott Pelley and Lara Logan report.
Scott Pelley reports on a museum dedicated to African-American history and culture
Steve Kroft profiles a man who was a Soviet spy during the latter-end of the Cold War and lived the ultimate double life. Bill Whitaker reports on a ballet star who overcame an underprivileged childhood and then a potentially career-ending injury to finally realize her dream.
Scott Pelley explores the effects on children -- Arab and Israeli -- in the age-old conflict that reached another boiling point in last summer's war between Gaza and Israel; Morley Safer profiles philanthropist David Rubenstein who has decided to donate his money to patriotic causes; Steve Kroft picks up the pieces of an unfinished story by his late colleague Bob Simon.
Clarissa Ward reports on the rising number of migrants attempting to reach Europe by boat across the Mediterranean Sea. David Martin reports on a high stakes contest between the U.S. and China over satellites that are critical to national security and everyday life. Plus, a follow-up on a previous story about Cardinal Sean O'Malley.
Scott Pelley examines the 2013 sarin gas attack that was unleashed on the suburbs of Damascus, Syria, killing an estimated 1,429, including more than 400 children; Charlie Rose speaks to the people behind the popular TED Talks lecture series; Lesley Stahl talks to a man with a mysterious condition called highly superior autobiographical memory.
In this hour, Chad talked to CBS's Armen Keteyian about his 60 Minutes story on the Duke Lacrosse case and what became of their head coach
Steve Kroft looks at the Sony cyberattack by North Korea that occurred last November, as well as similar nation-on-corporation attacks which security consultants say will increase; Norah O'Donnell profiles U.S. ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, who as a member of America's most prominent political family has had to be diplomatic all her life; Armen Keteyian talks with former Duke University lacrosse coach Mike Pressler, whose life was marred by a scandal that turned out not to be true.
Steve Kroft looks at the Sony
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson talks about the evolving role of his massive security efforts that encompass several governmental agencies; In a rare interview, prominent Irish Republican politician Gerry Adams addresses allegations that he was complicit in the 1972 murder of Jean McConville; Morley Safer meets up with the Wikipedians, the "persnickety," techy types who keep your favorite Internet information website brimming with data.
Charlie Rose interviews Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad as a four-year-old civil war drags on in which his regime has been accused of devastating attacks on civilians with chemical and "barrel bomb" weapons. Scott Pelley reports on cancer patients at Duke University in the first clinical trial of using polio to treat cancer.
Lesley Stahl reports on the crucial rare earth elements industry and how China has cornered the market for the precious metals; Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, Iraq speaks to Lara Logan for her report on the plight of thousands of Christians forced to flee ancestral homes from ISIS; And astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Charlie Rose why an image of earth taken from space in 1968 is so influential and how it influenced his own personal journey to become perhaps America's most popular sci...more
Lesley Stahl reports on the crucial rare earth
Scott Pelley reports on how errors in the government's Death Master File are costing taxpayers billions and creating nightmares for those wrongly declared dead; David Martin looks at the last all-male bastion in the U.S. Military--the grueling infantry officer school of the U.S. Marine Corps; Lesley Stahl reports on the ethical debate of releasing zoo animals back into the wild.
Lesley Stahl investigates the mysterious death of Argentine prosecutor Alberto Nisman; Scott Pelley has a report on men who served in
Hurricane Sandy victims, Larry David, cancerous flooring.
His 60 Minutes colleagues recall Bob Simon for a special broadcast honoring the late newsman's remarkable life and art.
In his final story for 60 Minutes, Bob Simon reports on the long and complicated development of ZMapp, a promising drug to combat Ebola; Steve Kroft sits down with Bradley Cooper, the star of the Oscar-nominated film "American Sniper."
No real security on the Internet -- even the military is under daily assault - says the man the Defense Department hired to make the web more secure; Lesley Stahl reports. Also, filming on Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge offered director Ava DuVernay a way to anger the ghosts of racism; Bob Simon has her story.
A special edition of "60 Minutes" brings viewers three very different musical portraits including a profile of country music star Blake Shelton, a look at a special project by the Foo Fighters and a visit to the medieval Italian city that gave the world the famed Stradivarius violin. Anderson Cooper, Norah O'Donnell, and Bill Whitaker report.
GOP leaders say they'll consider the president's proposal to triple child care tax credit. But free college? A minimum wage hike? Raise taxes on rich? No way. Scott Pelley has that story. Also, in his first national interview since a Cleveland cop gunned down a 12-year-old playing with a pellet gun, Police Chief Calvin Williams allows 60 Minutes inside his police force; Bill Whitaker reports. Finally, Lesley Stahl profiles the great Chinese tennis champion who stood up to her country's stringent...more
FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list. Also, Lesley Stahl has the untold story of a young, American banker's 1975 return to Vietnam to save his stranded Vietnamese colleagues and their families. Finally, volcanoes are found all over the world and many could spew lava and mass destruction -- we just don't know when; Scott Pelley reports.
Despite problems, legal recreational pot "can work" says Colorado governor who once opposed it;
His 60 Minutes colleagues recall Bob Simon
In his final story for 60 Minutes, Bob Simon reports on the long and complicated development of ZMapp
In the 3rd hour of the show we listen to some of the quotes from Tony Bosch in his "60 Minutes" special. Also, Grant McAuley joins to talk about the Arod Saga.
60 Minutes spoke with parents of victims from the Newton tragedy. Chad and the crew highlight some key audio and discuss the interview. Later, they lighten things up with a look at the Bon Jovi concert from over the weekend.
KCBS, CBS 5, and Chronicle Insider Phil Matier talks about former CA Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his newest attempt to reinvent himself by publically disclosing the details of his affair while married to Maria Shriver, including information about the child he birthed out of wedlock.
Chad discusses the interview from 60 Minutes with Mark Owen about the killing of Osama Bin Laden.
On this week's Monday Morning Matchup, Chris talks to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein about the President's appearance on 60 Minutes and Saturday's Republican debate
What to do about the unemployed. One 60 Minutes piece caught the attention of Chad. Also, what do you do with a 200lb 8th grader?
Bob Scheiffer discusses the Republican Presidential nomination race and a new ad for John Huntsman for President.
Chad talked about the Grammys with Strib music critic Jon Bream and then about the 60 Minutes story on the Chilean Miners
WCBS 880's Marla Diamond goes in-depth on Clinton's participation in a Staten Island Rally
Lesley Stahl speaks with a former member of a Muslim extremist group