60 Minutes (1968– )
Current Episode (aired 24 Nov. 2019)
Bill Whitaker reveals how Russian operatives interfered with the 2016 U.S. presidential elections; Sharyl Alfonsi meets with a Salvadorian mother.
7 Jan. 2018Disinformation Warfare/Predicting Murder/Impact
"Disinformation Warfare" interviews the head of RY the Russian state-owned news network which is accused of spreading disinformation in the United States. "Predicting Murder" examines a program in Chicago where police use statistics to help identify and intervene on potential shooters and shooting victims. "Impact" examines whether veterans are suffering from the same disease found in NFL players.
14 Jan. 2018Kabul Under Siege/Element of Truth/Portland
"Kabul Under Siege" examines why Kabul is still in danger sixteen years after the start of the war in Afghanistan. "Element of Truth" talks to a former director of the Los Alamos Laboratory who has seen the North Korean nuclear weapon program up close. "Portland" visits the Oregon city famous for its quirky, liberal citizens.
21 Jan. 2018The Leaning Tower of San Francisco/Le Carre
"The Leaning Tower of San Francisco" rebroadcasts a look at how the Millennium Tower one of the city's most expensive residential high rises is sinking and leaning to one side. "Le Carre" rebroadcasts an interview with British author John Le Carré who has written several best-selling spy thrillers under the pen name David Cornwell.
4 Feb. 2018Chief of Chobani/The Rum War/The Restaurateur
"Chief of Chobani" rebroadcast a profile of Hamdi Ulukaya the billionaire behind Chobani yogurt. "The Rum War" rebroadcasts a segment looking at the feud behind the two versions of Havana Club Rum. "The Restaurateur" rebroadcasts a profile of pioneering restaurateur Danny Meyer.
11 Feb. 2018Showdown/Olympic Cheating/Senator Gillibrand
"Showdown" looks at a controversial law that will allow concealed firearms to be taken across state lines. "Olympic Cheating" talks to one of the people behind the Russian doping scandal. "Senator Gillibrand" talks to the Senator from New York who is becoming a major figure in the Democratic party.
18 Feb. 2018Secretary Tillerson/Divided II
"Secretary Tillerson" talks to the Secretary of State about North Korean, Syria, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Divided II" follows Oprah Winfrey as she revisits a group of highly divided voters that she interviewed last year and talks about the first year of Donald Trump's presidency.
25 Feb. 2018War Crime/JR/Jennifer Lawrence
"War Crime" looks at video that seems to show a Sarin gas attack against Syrian civilians. "JR" talks to the French artist who uses larger than life pictures to showcase the dignity of ordinary people. "Jennifer Lawrence" talks to the famous actress about her latest movie.
4 Mar. 2018Crime and Punishment/Redemption/The Music of Zomba Prison
"Crime and Punishment" rebroadcasts an inside look at the German prison system which emphasizes rehabilitation over punishment. "Redemption" rebroadcasts a profiles of a man who discovered he had a brilliant mind for the law while he was serving time in prison for armed bank robbery. "The Music of Zomba Prison" rebroadcasts a look at how inmates and guards have collaborated to create music in a prison in Malawi.
11 Mar. 2018Human Cargo/Secretary of Education/Treating Trauma
"Human Cargo" examines how professional smugglers have been smuggling people into the United State illegally. "Secretary of Education" talks to controversial Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. "Treating Trauma" looks at how social institutions are treating those who have suffered childhood trauma.
11 Mar. 2018The Monuments/Clones
"The Monuments" examines the controversy surrounding public monuments to the Confederacy which critics argue are symbols of institutional racism. "Clones" examines the cloning of animals and how a South American polo player cloned his favorite pony to create a stable of strong performers.
18 Mar. 2018The Students of Stoneman Douglas/Heir to the Throne
"The Students of Stoneman Douglas" talks to the survivors of the Parkland school shooting about their efforts to reform gun laws in the United States. "Heir to the Throne" interviews the Crown Prince of the ruling family of Saudi Arabia and visits the controversial country.
25 Mar. 2018Stormy Daniels/The Greek Freak
"Stormy Daniels" features an extended exclusive interview with the adult film actress who claims that she had a relationship with Donald Trump in 2006 and 2007. "The Greek Freak" profiles Greek basketball player Giannis Antetokounmpo who has just joined the Milwaukee Bucks.
1 Apr. 2018Mancini's Brain/Second Act/The Scrolls of Herculaneum
Mancini's Brain examines brain injuries suffered by combat veterans. Second Act profiles a conductor who is bringing Jews and Muslims together. The Scrolls of Herculaneum looks at efforts to unlock the secrets of an ancient library.
8 Apr. 2018Hacking Democracy/The Legacy of Lynching/Harvard Lampoon
"Hacking Democracy" examines how Russian operatives launched a widespread cyber-attack against state voting systems during the 2016 presidential election. "The Legacy of Lynching" looks at a memorial to the thousands of African-Americans that were killed by lynch mobs in the post-Civil War era. "Harvard Lampoon" looks at the 142-year-old comedy publication.
15 Apr. 2018Flying Under the Radar/Pay Up
"Flying Under the Radar" investigates Allegiant Air a discount airline known for its ultra-low fares and its high record of in-flight problems. "Pay Up" examines the gender pay gap in the work place and how a commitment to equal pay requires regular commitment and monitoring.
22 Apr. 2018The Data Miner/The Future Factory/For Better or for Worse
"The Data Miner" examines the Facebook date leak scandal and interviews the man accused of stealing the data. "The Future Factory" looks M.I.T.'s celebrated Media Lab known for its creative innovation. "For Better or for Worse" follows an Alzheimer's patient and her caregiver husband for 10 years to document the struggles they face.
29 Apr. 2018Crispr/The Price of Admission/Seaweed
"Crispr" examine a new technique that might be able to edit out hereditary diseases in an embryo. "The Price of Admission" examines a scholarship program set up by Bill and Melinda Gates that has helped to send 20,000 low-income students to college. "Seaweed" takes a look at the potential of seaweed farming.
6 May 2018The Rockford File/Orphans of War/Into the Wild
"The Rockford File" goes to an Illinois town to investigate why prescription drug costs are so high in the United States. 'Orphans of War" looks at efforts to assist orphans from the conflict in Syria. "Into the Wild" profiles wildlife photographer Thomas Mangelsen.
13 May 2018100,000 Women/Saving a Generation/Shock Therapy
"100,000 Women" examines why over 100,000 women are suing over gynecological mesh medical devices. "Saving a Generation" examines how a million children now live with their grandparents because of their parents' opioid addiction. "Shock Therapy" looks at the effectiveness of electroconvulsive therapy.
13 May 2018Pope Francis/At the Zoo
"Pope Francis" offers a first look at a documentary of the Catholic leader director by Wim Wenders and features excerpts of an interview with him. "At the Zoo" looks at the elaborate mix of science, software and genetics that goes into populating their zoo exhibits with animals.
20 May 2018The Real Power of Google/The Theranos Deception/The Spotted Pig
"The Real Power of Google" examines the power of the search engine company and talks to critics who claim it stifles competition. "The Theranos Deception" examines the reasons why the billion-dollar blood testing company went best. "The Spotted Pig" looks into the sexual harassment allegations surround the restaurant's chef and owner.
27 May 2018Friendly Fire/The Rhino Crisis
"Friendly Fire" rebroadcasts a segment on three former U.S. soldiers who are disputing an official report that blames human error for a friendly fire accident that killed six people on a secret mission in Afghanistan. "The Rhino Crisis" revisits the poaching crisis facing rhinos and looks at one South African rancher's idea to raise them like cattle might pose a solution.
3 Jun. 2018Kabul Under Siege/Feeding Puerto Rico/The Greek Freak
"Kabul Under Siege" rebroadcasts a segment on why Kabul is still in danger sixteen years after the start of the war in Afghanistan. "Feeding Puerto Rico" rebroadcasts a segment on Chef José Andrés who is attempting to feed thousands of hurricane-stricken Puerto Ricans. "The Greek Freak" rebroadcasts a profile of Greek basketball player Giannis Antetokounmpo.
10 Jun. 2018Singapore Stakes/Secret Weapon/JR
"Singapore Stakes" looks at the intelligence centers that track Kim Jong-un's missile launches on the eve of the U.S. and North Korea summit. "Secret Weapon" rebroadcasts a segment on the Trump campaign digital director. "JR" rebroadcasts a segment on the French artist.
17 Jun. 2018The Whistleblower/Donald Sutherland
"The Whistleblower" rebroadcasts a special double-length segment investigating how efforts by the Drug Enforcement Agency to crack down on the opiate epidemic were derailed. "Donald Sutherland" rebroadcasts a segment featuring an interview by Anderson Cooper with the Canadian actor.
24 Jun. 2018Human Cargo/The Governor/The Isle of Eigg
"Human Cargo" rebroadcasts an examination into how professional smugglers have been smuggling people into the United State illegally. "The Governor" rebroadcasts an interview with California Governor Jerry Brown about his lengthy career in politics. "The Isle of Eigg" rebroadcasts a visit to the unique island off the coast of Scotland.
1 Jul. 2018Fifty Years of 60 Minutes
"Fifty Years of 60 Minutes" rebroadcasts a look back at America's #1 news show as it begins its fiftieth year on the air. It looks at the big moments, the famous people and the faraway places that have been featured on the news programs and talks to correspondents and producers.
8 Jul. 2018Redemption/Voyagers/The Young American
"Redemption" rebroadcasts a profiles of a man who discovered he had a brilliant mind for the law while he was serving time in prison for armed bank robbery. "Voyagers" rebroadcasts a look at the Voyager space probes that have been travelling through space for almost four decades. "The Young American" rebroadcasts a profile of young American soccer superstar Christian Pulisic.
15 Jul. 2018The Monuments/Seaweed/Alma
"The Monuments" rebroadcasts a segment on the controversy surrounding public monuments to the Confederacy which critics argue are symbols of institutional racism. "Seaweed" rebroadcasts a look at the potential of seaweed farming. "Alma" rebroadcasts a profile of a twelve-year-old music prodigy.
22 Jul. 2018Pelican Bay/Vast/The Airlift
"Pelican Bay" rebroadcasts an investigation into reforms at the the notorious Pelican Bay Prison in California. "Vast" rebroadcasts a look at the Hubble Space Telescope which has sent back revealing images of the universe for over 27 years. "Airlift" rebroadcasts a look at an effort to capture and airlift black rhinos to repopulate the species.
29 Jul. 2018Inside Al Qaeda/At the Zoo
"Inside Al Qaeda" rebroadcasts an interview with an FBI undercover agent who infiltrated Al Qaeda and helped thwart several terrorist attacks. "At the Zoo" rebroadcasts a look at the elaborate mix of science, software and genetics that goes into populating their zoo exhibits with animals.
5 Aug. 2018The Wounds of War/The Leaning Tower of San Francisco/Jennifer Lawrence
"The Wounds of War" rebroadcasts a segment on the courageous doctors working in the middle of the Syrian Civil War. "The Leaning Tower of San Francisco" rebroadcasts a look at how the Millennium Tower is sinking and leaning to one side. "Jennifer Lawrence" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous actress.
12 Aug. 2018Hacking Democracy/The Legacy of the Lynching/For Better or for Worse
"Hacking Democracy" rebroadcasts a segment on how Russian operatives launched a widespread cyber-attack against state voting systems during the 2016 presidential election. "The Legacy of Lynching" rebroadcasts a look at a memorial to the thousands of African-Americans that were killed by lynch mobs in the post-Civil War era. "For Better or for Worse" rebroadcasts a segment on an Alzheimer's patient and her caregiver husband for 10 years to document the struggles they face.
19 Aug. 2018War Crime/Saving a Generation/Second Act
Rebroadcasts a look at the video that seems to show a Sarin gas attack against Syrian civilians. "Saving a Generation" rebroadcasts a segment on how a million children now live with their grandparents because of their parents' opioid addiction. "Second Act" rebroadcasts a segment on a conductor about his attempt to bring Muslims and Jews together in an orchestra.
26 Aug. 2018The Fighter/Collateral Damage/Harvard Lampoon
"The Fighter" rebroadcasts an interview with the later Arizona Senator John McCain about his health and the politics of Washington. "Collateral Damage" rebroadcasts a look at how some innocent American citizens have been accused of espionage-related crimes related to Chinese theft of U.S. trade secrets and intellectual property. "Harvard Lampoon" rebroadcasts a look at the 142-year-old comedy publication.
2 Sep. 2018The Data Miner/The Shooting/The Price of Admission
"The Data Miner" rebroadcasts a segment on the Facebook date leak scandal and interviews the man accused of stealing the data. "The Shooting" rebroadcasts an interview with Representative Steve Scalise about the attack on him. "The Price of Admission" rebroadcasts an examination of a scholarship program set up by Bill and Melinda Gates that has helped to send 20,000 low-income students to college.
9 Sep. 2018Aly Raisman/Clones
Olympic gold-medal winning gymnast Aly Raisman discusses the allegations of abuse against Larry Nasser; a South American polo player clones a pony to create multiple strong performers.
16 Sep. 2018The Theraos Deception/Impact/The Future Factory
"The Theranos Deception" rebroadcasts a segment on why the billion-dollar blood testing company went bust. "Impact" rebroadcasts a segment on whether veterans are suffering from the same disease found in NFL players. "The Future Factory" rebroadcasts a look at M.I.T.'s celebrated Media Lab known for its creative innovation.
23 Sep. 2018The Dutch Solution/The Real Power of Google/Into the Wild
A look at how the Dutch prevent floodwaters from inundating their low-lying country; the power of Google; wildlife photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen.
30 Sep. 2018Paul McCartney/The Compromise/Inside the Epidemic
Investigating the opioid epidemic, including an interview with a doctor sentenced to 157 years for drug trafficking; musician Paul McCartney; Senators Flake and Coons discuss a rare bipartisan compromise during the Kavanaugh confirmation.
7 Oct. 2018The Kavanaugh Vote/John Green/The Pavarotti of Pasta
Senators Susan Collins and Heidi Heitkamp explain their Kavanaugh confirmation votes; author John Green on reaching young adults and dealing with mental illness; and chef Massimo Bottura, known as the Pavarotti of pasta.
14 Oct. 2018President Trump/Photo Ark
Lesley Stahl speaks with President Trump about a wide range of topics in his first 60 Minutes interview since taking office. National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is attempting to photograph every living species in captivity.
21 Oct. 2018Genetic Genealogy/Off the Rails/Fly Like an Eagle
"Genetic Genealogy" looks at a powerful new tool for law enforcement. "Off the Rails" looks at NYC's subway system. "Fly Like an Eagle" profiles falconer Lauren McGough.
28 Oct. 2018Inside the Secret Archive/America's War Against ISIS/Jaap
Church insiders discus ignored abuse allegations; the efforts to restore Raqqa, Syria, a former Islamic State group stronghold; Jaap Van Zweden, music director of the New York Philharmonic.
4 Nov. 2018High Velocity/As Goes Texas/The Ride of His Life
How first responders and emergency rooms are changing their protocols regarding mass shootings; the U.S. Senate race in Texas; a Portuguese town attracts surfing talent.
11 Nov. 2018Your Data/Ultra Deep/The Pact
"Your Data" examines how Europe is responding to big tech companies which have been collecting and monetizing personal information, "Ultra Deep" goes to South Africa to see how scientists are looking for living organisms deep within the earth. "The Pact" looks at the bond between twin brothers in the NFL.
18 Nov. 2018A Dose of Hope/A Dose of Greed/Tim Green
Widespread use of Naloxone, an opioid overdose antidote, is needed more than ever in the U.S. 60 Minutes reports on one drug company that claims to be increasing access by pricing an injector of Naloxone.
25 Nov. 2018Chaos on the Border/Robots to the Rescue/To Kill a Mockingbird
The chaos behind Donald Trump's policy of family separation at the border; then, robots come to the rescue after Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster; and, "To Kill a Mockingbird" comes to Broadway.
2 Dec. 2018President George H.W. Bush/Paradise Lost
"President George H.W. Bush" looks back at the career of the late forty-first President of the United States and talks to other presidents about his accomplishments. "Paradise Lost" examines the massive wildfire that is tearing though California mountain communities north of Sacramento.