Episodes

Sunday, September 10, 2017  

President Trump's former chief strategist, Steve Bannon joins Charlie Rose for his first extended interview since leaving the White House. Plus - 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.

Sunday, September 3, 2017  

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey -- "60 Minutes" looks back on a piece first reported by Sharyn Alfonsi -- when she investigated why flood insurance claims were being denied after Hurricane Sandy.
First doping, now motorized bicycles. Bill Whitaker reports on another possible scandal for the world of pro cycling.
Plus -- Lesley Stahl takes a trip to Sesame Street - where she meets Julia -- a Muppet with autism.

Sunday, August 27, 2017  

Mike Bloomberg says most of his fortune will go to his foundation -- viewing personal philanthropy not as a threat to democracy, but a way to get things done. Steve Kroft reports. At one of the largest jails in the U.S., Sheriff Tom Dart sees his job as not just keeping people in jail, but helping some of them get out. Lesley Stahl has the story. Plus - Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Greg Glassman, a brash, former gymnast who created the CrossFit workout, now the basis for a chain of gyms that has become the largest in history.

Sunday, August 20, 2017  

A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack -- even when one of the terrorists is well-known to the FBI. Anderson Cooper reports. David Martin explains why autonomous drones are being called the biggest thing in military technology since the nuclear bomb. Plus -- Imagine you're 5 years old and 1,000 miles away from home -- not knowing your last name or your address. How do you find your way back? Bill Whitaker has the story.

Sunday, August 13, 2017  

Bill Whitaker explores how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor: temporary, foreign workers with H-1B visas. Thousands of gun owners claim Remington 700 rifles have fired without the trigger being pulled. Now, after a class-action settlement agreement and recall, why do most gun owners still have the controversial trigger? Lesley Stahl reports. Plus - Charlie Rose goes to horse country to report on the centuries-old tradition of "timber racing," an exhilarating and dangerous sport characterized by steep jumps.

Sunday, August 6, 2017  

Scott Pelley returns to Newtown, Connecticut -- and speaks with families who may never move on from the 2012 tragedy -- where 20 first-graders and six teachers were killed in a mass shooting.
Halyard Health officials are denying allegations that they provided faulty surgical supplies to hospitals across the United States. Anderson Cooper reports.
He is an artist, an architect, and a fashion icon. Meet Peter Marino sits down with Steve Kroft on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, July 30, 2017  

For 14 years - he was known as prisoner 760. Last year - the United States released Mohamedou Slahi from Guantanamo Bay. He shares his story with Holly Williams. In 2010 - 271 never-before-seen Picasso paintings surfaced - and stunned the art world. Bill Whitaker has the story.

Sunday, July 23, 2017  

He may have been convicted - and later vindicated for corruption -- but Ex-Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell tells Bill Whitaker that he believes his family did nothing illegal when they accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in gifts. 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. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, July 16, 2017  

Steven Sotloff was the second American killed by ISIS - after he was kidnapped by the extremist group in 2013. Lesley Stahl talks to his family - who are still mourning his loss.
Two doctors are on a mission to fight blindness -- and partial blindness -- in the isolated country of Burma. Bill Whitaker has their story.
When it comes to art -- sometimes you have to be political. Holly Williams meets Chinese artist Ai Weiwei - who has not received the most positive responses to his work.

Sunday, July 9, 2017  

There are millions of people living with Alzheimer's in the United States. In Columbia - there lives a family that may help scientists prevent the incurable disease. Lesley Stahl reports.
Bryan Cranston became a household name during his run as Walter White on AMC's "Breaking Bad." The show may have wrapped in 2013 -- but Cranston's career did not slow down. Steve Kroft catches up with him on tonight's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, July 2, 2017  

Music can come from anywhere -- even behind prison walls. Anderson Cooper has the story.
By secretly infiltrating circuses with hidden cameras -- Animal Defenders International has helped protect and save the lives of wild animals around the world. Bill Whitaker reports.
Plus - a young man's attempt to join ISIS. Scott Pelley has his story on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, June 25, 2017  

Artificial intelligence is having a major impact on the medical industry. Charlie Rose reports. Baseball season is now in full swing -- Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated meet's Japan's Babe Ruth. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."

Mural To Honor 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley  

Members of the CBS 60 Minitues team joined students, community members and others from the Philadelphia area to help paint the legacy of late, CBS News correspondent Ed Bradley. KYW Community Affairs reporter Cherri Gregg joined the group on a trip to New York City.

Sunday, June 18, 2017  

Who are the White Helmets -- and how are they helping the citizens of war-torn Syria? Scott Pelley learns more.
Impoverished countries are offering citizenship for a price -- creating ways to ease travel for foreigners. Steve Kroft has the story.
Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Franklin County, Mississippi - where a chess program is changing the lives of high school students - their parents - and the community.

Sunday, June 11, 2017  

Bill Whitaker reports from Seoul -- where 28,000 U.S. troops are stationed in or nearby -- witnessing the tense standoff between North and South Korea. From broke to billionaire -- Bruno Mars shares his life story with Lara Logan. And -- are smartphone apps habit forming? Anderson Cooper finds out on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, June 4, 2017  

Unsolved shootings, suspicious suicides, poisoning and more. This is how some of President Putin's most prominent critics met their fate. Lesley Stahl reports.
Chobani is one of the best-selling yogurt brands in the United States. However -- founder, Hamdi Ulukaya continues to face criticism for hiring immigrants and refugees. Steve Kroft has his story.
The global mountain gorilla population were nearly extinct when the Gorilla doctors were established. Now -- they are the only population of great apes that's growing.. Lara Logan has the story.

Sunday, May 28, 2017  

It just goes to show that age will never trump honor. Sharyn Alfonsi shares the story of a veteran -- nearing 100-years-old -- who still participates in the Bataan Memorial Death March - to pay tribute to those lost in World War II. Are there ways to protect homes from wildfires? NPR's Steve Inskeep finds out. NASA has partnered with a Las Vegas entrepreneur to design large, lightweight structures that inflate in space -- a technology that could dramatically change how humans live and work in zero gravity. Lara Logan learns more on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, May 21, 2017  

Philadelphia's Arch St. Methodist is just one of more than 800 churches and synagogues offering sanctuary to illegal immigrants. This is in response to the new crackdown ordered by the Trump administration. Scott Pelley talks to one minister who is taking a stand.
Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart runs one of the largest jails in the country -- located in Chicago. It's his unconventional and controversial style that has earned him a visit from Lesley Stahl.
When it comes to art -- sometimes you have to be political. Holly Williams meets Chinese artist Ai Weiwei - who has not received the most positive responses to his work.

Sunday, May 14, 2017  

This past week, President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. On this week's "60 Minutes" we look back on Scott Pelley's interview with the director from 2014.
Personal letters seized in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden reveal that the al Qaeda leader's son may want to avenge his death. Holly Williams learns more from the FBI agent that lead the investigation of al Qaeda after the 9/11 attacks. Plus -- are you curious about life on other planets? That is what the Mars rover "Curiosity" is trying to find out. Bill Whitaker has this out of this world report.

Sunday,  May 7, 2017  

Residents of Indiana -- a mostly red state - are speaking out against President Trump's immigration policy. This comes after Roberto Beristain -- a man who illegally came to American 20 years ago - was deported back to Mexico. His friends, family, and neighbors tell his story to Anderson Cooper.
Ben Ferencz is the last living prosecutor who brought members of the Nazi party to justice. Lesley Stahl has his story.
Last MLB season, the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 180-years. Bill Whitaker learns the secret to their success.

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