60 Minutes

60 Minutes


Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to Barack Obama.


Sunday, April 23, 2017  

He is a billionaire, media mogul, and New York's former Mayor. Steve Kroft is joined by Michael Bloomberg for an extensive interview.
Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski shares his views on lethal injection with Lesley Stahl.
And it's off to the races with Charlie Rose on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, April 16, 2017  

Sandy Hook was one of the mass shootings that rocked the country. More than four years after the tragedy -- families of the 26 victims have created a legacy foundation to honor their murdered love ones. Scott Pelley has their stories. A New Orleans public defender says innocent people are going to jail because they lack the resources to defend themselves. Anderson Cooper learns more. Bill Whitaker reports from Myanmar -- where two eye surgeons are fighting to eliminate cataracts -- which causes blindness.

Sunday, April 9, 2017  

Are smartphone apps habit forming? Anderson Cooper finds out. The founder Chobani has faced criticism for hiring refugees. Steve Kroft has his story. As baseball season begins - Jon Wertheim meet's Japan's Babe Ruth.

Sunday, April 2, 2017  

Last September -- Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby shot and killed Terence Crutcher -- an unarmed African American man. In her first ever interview -- she tells Bill Whitaker that race had nothing to do with it. He is an artist, an architect, and a fashion icon. Meet Peter Marino on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, March 26, 2017  

Anderson Cooper investigates the first ISIS-claimed attack on U.S soil. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Franklin County, Mississippi - where a chess program is changing the lives of high school students - their parents - and the community. Plus -- Scott Pelley finds out how twitter bots are being used to promote fake news. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, March 19, 2017  

American workers have expressed anger over the H-1B visa bill -- which allows American corporations to outsource foreigners. Bill Whitaker reports. A civil war has created a massive humanitarian crisis compounded by a famine in South Sudan. Scott Pelley reports. Plus -- Lesley Stahl takes a trip to Sesame Street - where she meets Julia -- a Muppet with autism.

Sunday, March 12, 2017  

Vladimir Kara-Murza -- a Kremlin critic who nearly died twice from mysterious toxins -- vows to return to Russia to continue his opposition to Putin's policies. Lesley Stahl has his story. In his first TV interview, Mohamedou Slahi -- an ex-Gitmo detainee shares his stories with Holly Williams.

Sunday, March 5, 2017  

This April, the people of France will elect a new leader. One of those candidates is Marine Le Pen -- a populist with similar immigration views as President Donald Trump. In October of 2015 -- Hurricane Joaquin caused El Faro to sink with 33 men and women on board. The lead investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board recounts what he heard on the ship's black box as the tragedy unfolded.
Plus -- South Africa is now home to 33 new lions -- after they were rescued from circuses around the world.

Sunday, February 26, 2017  

Music can come from anywhere -- even behind prison walls. Anderson Cooper learns more about these Grammy nominated artists from south Africa.
Scott Pelley shares the stories of the individuals who have been falsely imprisoned.
Plus -- Bill Whitaker has an in depth look at the recapture of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzman on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, February 19, 2017  

Doctor Lawrence Nassar -- who treated members of the U.S National Gymnastics team -- is being held on charges of criminal sexual conduct. For the first time, former gymnasts are sharing their sexual abuse stories with Doctor Jon LaPook. In 2014 , Remington - an arms manufacturer -- issued a recall of its model 700. The issues have since been resolved, however they believe nearly a million gun owners never turned in their defective weapons. Lesley Stahl reports. Bill Whitaker finds out why the United States should not underestimate a military threat made by Kim Jong-Un.

Sunday, February 12, 2017  

On this special edition of "60 Minutes" -- the road to the Grammy's. Beyonce and Adele will go head to head to see who reigns as the Queen of Pop. Steve Kroft and Anderson Cooper look back at their humble beginnings and their mark on the music industry. From broke to billionaire -- Bruno Marks shares his life story with Lara Logan. Plus -- an unusual Grammy nominee -- from behind prison walls.

Sunday, February 5, 2017  

Two cities, two different sounds, two extraordinary musical performances. Charlie Rose gets a front row seat on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, January 29, 2017  

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. A look back at this process from a piece first aired in October of 2016.
Earlier this month, an earthquake triggered an avalanche in Italy -- 11 people miraculously survived -- 29 did not. Steve Kroft has their stories.
First doping, now motorized bicycles. Bill Whitaker looks into another possible scandal for the world of pro cycling.


Sunday, January 22, 2017  

It took 16-years to find this one-time Boston mobster. Steve Kroft reports on the capture of Whitey Bulger. It has been recorded as the longest execution to date -- and has unveiled the problems with lethal injections. Bill Whitaker reports. Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga -- these are just a few musicians that photographer Danny Clinch has captured throughout his career. Anderson Cooper learns more about the man behind the camera on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, January 15, 2017  

On a special edition of "60 Minutes," President Barack Obama joins Steve Kroft -- as they look back on the last eight years in the White House. Plus -- a look forward to the incoming administration.

Sunday, January 8, 2017  

In their first television interview -- the parents of a publicly murdered hostage talk to Lesley Stahl about the U.S hostage policy -- and what it being done to change it. It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a DRONE -- and they are coming in swarms. David Martin reports. Step aside, Pluto -- Scientists have found evidence of a ninth planet. Bill Whitaker learns more on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, January 1, 2017  

New data shows a decline in police activity -- as murders spike in Chicago. Bill Whitaker investigates. Becoming a citizen comes at a price. Steve Kroft has the story. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Cuba -- on "The Rum War."

Sunday, December 25, 2016  

In a 60 Minutes first, we revisit last episode’s story of the oldest choir in the world, which performs at all of the pope’s biggest events. Plus, Charlie Rose tells you everything you wanted to know about the Broadway smash, “Hamilton.”

Sunday, December 18, 2016  

Charlie Rose profiles the Sistine Chapel Choir -- who are better known as the Pope's Choir. Two-time academy award winner Denzel Washington weighs in on the lack of diversity at the Oscars. Who are the White Helmets -- and how are they helping the citizens of war-torn Syria? Scott Pelley finds out on this edition of "60 Minutes."

Sunday, December 11, 2016  

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomes the presidency of Donald Trump -- and tells Lesley Stahl that he feels hopeful about Israel's place in the world. Bill Whitaker talks to the man who inspired the film "Lion" -- a film about a son's journey to find his mother. Plus -- how did advertisements play a role in ending Colombia's civil war? Lara Logan finds out on this week's "60 Minutes."

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