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, December 4, 2016  

They may have been at odds during the campaign -- but Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tells Scott Pelley that he and President-elect Donald Trump have since patched things up.
Anderson Cooper reports on the growing number of drive-by lawsuits -- that are filed when a public business does not accommodate people with disabilities.
Plus -- who is Max Higgins -- and how does he plan on bringing factory jobs back to Mississippi? Bill Whitaker finds out on tonight's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, November 27, 2016  

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; Lesley Stahl travels to Medellin, Colombia to meet with a family with a genetic mutation causing Alzheimer's that may help scientists prevent the disease someday. Plus, remembering the complicated legacy of Fidel Castro, who died Friday at the age of 90.

Sunday, November 20, 2016  

Steve Kroft sits down with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to talk about his country's role in U.S. foreign policy as Donald Trump prepares to take over the White House; The U.S. Women's National Soccer Team has won four Olympic gold medals, three World Cups, and is currently the No. 1 team in the world, but they say they don't get paid as much nor are they treated as well as the U.S. men's team. Norah O'Donnell sat down with some of the stars from the team who say they are ready for a change; Grammy-winning singer Bruno Mars shows Lara Logan the ruins of a one-room structure he says he and his father and brother lived in for a time after his parents' divorce and how the rough period helped make him the hit-maker he is today.

Sunday, November 13, 2016  

In his first broadcast interview since winning the presidency, Donald Trump discusses his plans for tackling the hot-button issues of campaign 2016 -- including immigration and health care. Plus -- a look at his social media use -- and how it played a key role in his victory. All that and more on this special post-election edition of "60 Minutes."

Sunday, November 6, 2016  

Lara Logan reports from the outskirts of Mosul, Iraq where she and her crew narrowly escaped a suicide bombing; Dr. Jon LaPook goes to Puerto Rico, where thousands of pregnant women were infected with Zika, and into the labs of the National Institutes of Health where a Zika vaccine is being developed; Steve Kroft hears from pollster Frank Luntz ahead of Election Day and finds that most voters across the nation are just plain angry.

Sunday, October 30, 2016  

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; Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper urges caution to the five states voting on legalizing recreational pot next month and tells Dr. Jon LaPook there still isn't enough reliable information on the drug's impact; Anderson Cooper reports from Malawi, Africa on beautiful music created by inmates and their guards behind prison walls.

Sunday, October 23, 2016  

Candidates who win Ohio have won the presidency in every election since 1964, but with Election Day around the corner, Scott Pelley finds a state divided. Armen Keteyian speaks to NFL players caught up in a bad financial deal. Bill Whitaker reports on a new advertising phenomenon spawned on social media.

Sunday, October 16, 2016  

Anderson Cooper talks to Michael and Robert Meeropol. Their parents -- Julius and Ethel Rosenberg -- were convicted and executed for being Communist spies during the Cold War. Plus -- Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson talks to Bill Whitaker about the refugee vetting process.

Sunday, October 9, 2016  

Charlie Rose reports on the growing impact artificial intelligence is having on the medical industry. Plus – Steve Kroft sits down with Bryan Cranston -- as he talks about his career before and after "Breaking Bad."

Sunday, October 2, 2016  

The Arctic is becoming more accessible due to climate change – as the battle over oil and mineral resources heats up. Lesley Stahl has the story.
Bill Whitaker learns not to mess with Mary Quin – as she recounts the story of her kidnapping by militants in Yemen.
“The Birth of a Nation” has generated a huge amount of Oscar buzz – but for actor/director Nate Parker – it’s his past that’s making headlines. Anderson Cooper has his story.

Sunday, September 25, 2016  

On the 49th season premiere of "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley sits down with King Abdullah II -- of Jordan -- as he expresses his frustration over the ever growing Syrian refugee crisis. The threat of a nuclear attack -- somewhere in the world -- has increased. David Martin has the story.
And -- never before seen pieces by Pablo Picasso have rocked the art world. Bill Whitaker reports.

Sunday, September 18, 2016  

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; The next president will become commander-in-chief at a time when a new Cold War is brewing and both the U.S. and Russia still keep enough nuclear weapons on alert to end civilization. David Martin reports; China's film industry has grown so big so fast, that it is now looking to compete with Hollywood. Holly Williams takes a look.

Sunday, September 11, 2016  

Lesley Stahl takes a look at how the US commemorates the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks, and Scott Pelley goes inside the Gold Star Family community.

Sunday, September 4, 2016  

Professional hackers show Sharyn Alfonsi how easy it is to hack someone's cell phone. Bill Whitaker reports on how a wrongful conviction led to one man losing 30-years of his life on death row. And what's next for the Large Hadron Collider? Lesley Stahl has the story.

Sunday, August 28, 2016  

The U.S. has become one of the most popular places for foreigners to hide dirty money. Steve Kroft reports on this two-part story. Lesley Stahl profiles Schuyler (SKY-LAR) Bailar, the first openly transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport.

Sunday, August 21, 2016  

Halyard Health officials are denying allegations that they provided faulty surgical supplies to hospitals across the United States. Anderson Cooper reports. Lesley Stahl sits down with Patrick and John Collison -- brothers -- who are challenging the status quo of financial payments. Scott Pelley reports on the joint effort by the Smithsonian and the Slave Wrecks Project's to recover the first artifacts preserved from a slave ship.

60 Minutes: August 14, 2016  

LEAD: A number of life insurance companies do not pay benefits -- even when the policy holder is dead. Lesley Stahl has the story. Decades after the Holocaust, one man -- a priest-- is trying to uncover the unknown victims. Lara Logan shares his story. Charlie Rose goes on a wild ride with Lewis Hamilton -- a three time world champion formula one racer.

Sunday, August 7, 2016  

The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban. What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic. Here's Bill Whitaker with the story. Lesley Stahl sits down with choreographer Christopher Wheeldon -- as he talks about bringing ballet to Broadway. Monkeying around with Anderson Cooper -- as he talks about the female dominated population of the Bonobo monkey.

Sunday, July 31, 2016  

Scott Pelley shares the story of three unjustly convicted men as they describes what life is like after being on death row. Scientists are trying to get to the bottom of climate change by going to the top of one the largest glaciers in the Arctic Circle. Sharyn Alfonsi has the story. An American woman and her Tanzanian business partner have become the legal guardians of almost 100 Tanzanian children. Bill Whitaker has their story.

Sunday, July 24, 2016  

During a joint interview with her running mate Senator Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton tells Scott Pelley that she will not engage in the same mudslinging as her Republican rival, Donald Trump. The Make-A-Wish foundation is an organization that grants wishes of children with terminal diseases. Bill Whitaker talks to the people who make their dreams come true.

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