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.
6 Jan. 2019Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez/President El-Sisi/The Unlikely Inventor
"Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez" profiles the youngest woman ever elected to Congress and discusses her controversial views. "President El-Sisi" interviews the Egyptian leader who is considered a dictator by many in the world. "The Unlikely Inventor" talks Marshall Medoff who has invented a process to produce an environmentally friendly transportation fuel from inedible plant life.
13 Jan. 2019The Committee/The Oracle of A.I./A Different Kind of Vision
"The Committee" talks to Rep. Elijah Cummings of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform which will be investigating President Trump. "The Oracle of A.I." talks to a artificial intelligence expert on the current state of A.I. research. "A Different Kind of Vision" profiles Chris Downey an architect who lost his ability to see.
27 Jan. 2019Howard Schultz/Small Satellites, Big Data/Jerry and Marge Selbee
"Howard Schultz" talks to the billionaire former CEO of Starbucks who may be running for president. "Small Satellites, Big Data" looks at how small observation satellites have increased the amount of data being collected on the planet. "Jerry and Marge Selbee" profiles a retired couple from Michigan figured out how to win millions in state lotteries.
17 Feb. 2019Investigating the President/The Chibok Girls
"Investigating the President" interviews former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe about the events surrounding investigation into Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election. "The Chibok Girls" talks to several young Nigerian women who were captives of Boko Haram.
24 Feb. 2019The Label/Double Crossed/Made in China
"The Label" examines how the FDA allowed companies to market opioids for chronic treatment a decision that fueled the opioid epidemic. "Double Crossed" talks to a former American member of Al-Qaeda who provided valuable intelligence in order to avoid jail. "Made in China" looks at the electric car industry in China.
3 Mar. 2019This is No Ordinary Lawsuit/Off Track/Cracking the Code
"This is No Ordinary Lawsuit" examines an unusual lawsuit filed by children against the federal government that is trying to curb the use of fossil fuels. "Off Track" looks at a deadly train accident that could have been prevented by a new safety system. "Cracking the Code" looks at efforts to increase the number of women in computing jobs.
10 Mar. 2019The Chairman/ACLU/Genetic Revolution
"The Chairman" interviews Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell about the economy and interest rates. "ACLU" examines the increasing power of the American Civil Liberties Union. "Genetic Revolution" looks at a successful clinical trial for a gene therapy that treats sickle cell anemia.
17 Mar. 2019Targeting Americans/Billionaire on the Bus/Monaco
"Targeting Americans" looks at how Americans working in Cuba and China have developed serious brain injuries as the result of attacks. "Billionaire on the Bus" talks to an investor who believes Middle America is being ignored when it comes to investment. "Monaco" talks to the prince of the principality and some of its residents.
24 Mar. 2019Pegasus/All Bets Are On/Samuel L. Jackson
"Pegasus" investigates a cutting-edge cyber espionage tool that governments are using to fight crime and terror. "All Bets Are On" looks at the consequences of legal sports betting on college sports. "Samuel L. Jackson" profiles the successful actor.
31 Mar. 2019Survivors' Network/Pleistocene Park/The Rock
"Survivors' Network" talks to the parents of a shooting victim who have since devoted their lives to helping survivors and families affected by mass shooters. "Pleistocene Park" looks at a project in Siberia that is attempting to recreate an Ice Age ecosystem. "The Rock" looks at a prison experiment that has reduced violence in a maximum security facility.
7 Apr. 2019The Principles of Ray Dalio/A Radical Solution/Attu
"The Principles of Ray Dalio" talks to the billionaire investment fund pioneer who says that capitalism is failing because of the income gap. "A Radical Solution" looks at how one of the nation's top medical schools has instituted a free tuition program. "Attu" looks at the World War II battle in the Alaskan Aleutian islands.
14 Apr. 2019Nancy Pelosi/Game of Thrones/Last Shot in Oakland
"Nancy Pelosi" profiles the controversial speaker of the House of Representatives. "Game of Thrones" takes an inside look at one of the most expensive and successful television series as it starts its final season. "Last Shot in Oakland" looks at how the Golden State Warriors are trying for the third straight NBA championship.
21 Apr. 2019A Marriage Made in Hell/Superbugs/Easter Island
"A Marriage Made in Hell" reports on a Russian hacker who is accused of stealing millions for himself and stealing secrets for his government. "Superbugs" looks at how the overuse of antibiotics is creating bacteria resistant to the strongest antibiotics. "Easter Island" visits the isolated island in the South Pacific where the famous stone statues are fading away under the elements.
28 Apr. 2019On the Border/Online Overdose/The High North
"On the Border" goes to McAllen, Texas where a record number of migrant families are causing a major border crisis for the acting head of the Department of Homeland Security. "Online Overdose" looks at how China has failed to stop websites that sell active drugs over the internet. "The High North" looks at NATO forces deployed on the Norwegian border with Russia.
5 May 2019Ransomware/Frontotemporal Dementia/Polar Punk
"Ransomware" looks at the growing cybercrime where crooks take data hostage in order to get a payoff. "Frontotemporal Dementia" looks at the little-known but devastating disease that robs people of their personalities. "Polar Punk" profiles Canadian throat singer Tanya Tagaq.
12 May 2019The Price of Generics/The Most Unlikely Meeting/Mark Bradford
"The Price of Generics" looks at a sweep lawsuit that accuses generic drug manufacturers of price fixing. "The Most Unlikely Meeting" looks at a program that helps the families of victims of violent crime meet the perpetrators of those crimes. "Mark Bradford" profiles the American artist.
19 May 2019One Loose Thread/Rainbow Railroad/Bitcoin's Wild Ride
"One Loose Thread" talks to the whistle-blower who helped to uncover a $230 billion Russia money laundering scheme. "Rainbow Railroad" looks at a Canadian group that helps hundreds of LGBT people who live in countries where their lives are at risk. "Bitcoin's Wild Ride" looks at the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies.
26 May 2019Friendly Fire/Attu
"Friendly Fire" rebroadcasts a story 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. "Attu" rebroadcasts a look at the World War II battle in the Alaskan Aleutian islands.
2 Jun. 2019The Chairman/Last Shot in Oakland/To Kill a Mockingbird
"The Chairman" rebroadcasts an interview with Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell about the economy and interest rates. "Last Shot in Oakland" rebroadcasts a look at how the Golden State Warriors are trying for the third straight NBA championship. "To Kill a Mockingbird" rebroadcasts a behind-the-scenes look at the new Broadway play based on the beloved novel.
9 Jun. 2019Rare Earth Elements/Jerry and Marge Selbee/Samuel L. Jackson/
"Rare Earth Elements" rebroadcasts a story on Chinese control of the rare earth element industry. "Jerry and Marge Selbee" rebroadcasts a look at a couple who has hacked the lottery. "Samuel L. Jackson" rebroadcasts a profile of the actor.
16 Jun. 2019SGB/Huntington, WV/Game of Thrones
"SGB" looks at how a medical treatment used to ease pain is not being used as an experimental treatment for PTSD. "Huntington, WV" looks at how the small city is deal with a crisis of drug overdoses. "Game of Thrones" rebroadcasts a look at the end of the television series.
16 Jun. 2019Ryan Speedo Green/The Photo Ark/Jaap
"Ryan Speedo Green" rebroadcasts a profile of the opera start who was saved from delinquency as a child. "The Photo Ark" rebroadcasts a look at an effort by National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore to photograph every living species in captivity. "Jaap" rebroadcasts a profile of the new music director of the New York Philharmonic.
23 Jun. 2019High Velocity/This is No Ordinary Lawsuit/Paul McCartney
"High Velocity" rebroadcasts a look at how first responders and emergency rooms are training to deal with mass shootings. "This is No Ordinary Lawsuit" rebroadcasts an examination into an unusual lawsuit filed by children against the federal government that is trying to curb the use of fossil fuels. "Paul McCartney" rebroadcasts an interview of the former member of the Beatles.
23 Jun. 2019Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez/Malta/The Unlikely Inventor
"Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez" rebroadcasts a profile of the youngest woman ever elected to Congress and discusses her controversial views. "Malta" rebroadcasts an investigation into charges of corruption in the government of the small Mediterranean island. "The Unlikely Inventor" rebroadcasts an interview with Marshall Medoff who has invented a process to produce an environmentally friendly transportation fuel from inedible plant life.
30 Jun. 2019Taking Aim at Opioids/The Nuremberg Prosecutor/Into the Wild
"Taking Aim at Opioids" rebroadcasts a look at efforts to sue the makers and distributors of opioids. "The Nuremberg Prosecutor" rebroadcasts a talk with Ben Ferencz the last living prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials after World War II. "Into the Wild" rebroadcasts a profile of wildlife photographer Thomas Mangelsen.
7 Jul. 2019Billionaire on the Bus/Pleistocene Park/JR
"Billionaire on the Bus" rebroadcasts a talk to an investor who believes Middle America is being ignored when it comes to investment. "Pleistocene Park" rebroadcasts a look at a project in Siberia that is attempting to recreate an Ice Age ecosystem. "JR" rebroadcasts a talk to the French artist who uses larger than life pictures to showcase the dignity of ordinary people.
14 Jul. 2019The Oracle of A.I./John Green/The Pavarotti of Pasta
"The Oracle of A.I." rebroadcasts a talk with an artificial intelligence expert on the current state of A.I. research. "John Green" rebroadcasts a talk to the popular young adult author about mental illness. "The Pavarotti of Pasta" Rebroadcasts a profile of Italian chef Massimo Bottura about why his restaurant is one of the most popular in the world.
21 Jul. 2019The Dutch Solution/Redemption/Fly Like An Eagle
"The Dutch Solution" rebroadcasts a look at how the Dutch are using their water management skills to help areas threatened by extreme weather. "Redemption" rebroadcasts a profile of Shon Hopwood who discovered he had a brilliant mind for the law while he was serving time in prison for armed bank robbery. "Fly Like an Eagle" rebroadcasts a profile of falconer Lauren McGough who has mastered the ancient skill of hunting with eagles.
28 Jul. 2019The Principles of Ray Dalio/Robots to the Rescue/Monaco
"The Principles of Ray Dalio" rebroadcasts a talk with the billionaire investment fund pioneer who says that capitalism is failing because of the income gap. "Robots to the Rescue" rebroadcasts an examination into the use of robots in nuclear disaster clean-up. "Monaco" rebroadcasts a talk with the prince of the principality and some of its residents.
4 Aug. 2019Survivors Network/Ultra Deep/The Future Factory
"Survivors' Network" rebroadcasts a segment on the parents of a shooting victim who have since devoted their lives to helping survivors and families affected by mass shooters. "Ultra Deep" rebroadcasts a look at how scientists in South Africa are looking for living organisms deep within the earth. "The Future Factory" rebroadcasts a look at M.I.T.'s celebrated Media Lab known for its creative innovation.
11 Aug. 2019To Catch a Spy/A Different Kind of Vision/Alma
"To Catch a Spy" rebroadcasts a talk to Justice officials and the FBI who reveal how they caught a former CIA officer spying for the Chinese."A Different Kind of Vision" rebroadcasts a profile of Chris Downey an architect who lost his ability to see. "Alma" rebroadcasts a profile of a twelve-year-old music prodigy.
18 Aug. 2019Pegasus/Plastic Plague
"Pegasus" rebroadcasts an investigation into a cutting-edge cyber espionage tool that governments are using to fight crime and terror. "Plastic Plague" rebroadcasts a report on the devastating effects of plastic waste on the wildlife of the remote Pacific atoll of Midway.
25 Aug. 2019Ransomware/Inside the Epidemic/Tim Green
"Ransomware" rebroadcasts a look at the growing cybercrime where crooks take data hostage in order to get a payoff. "Inside the Epidemic" rebroadcasts an investigation into the causes of the opioid epidemic that are affecting communities around the United States. "Tim Green" rebroadcasts a profile of the former NFL player who is suffering from ALS.
1 Sep. 2019Targeting Americans/A Radical Solution/The Ride of His Life
"Targeting Americans" rebroadcasts a look at how Americans working in Cuba and China have developed serious brain injuries as the result of attacks. "A Radical Solution" rebroadcasts a segment on how one of the nation's top medical schools has instituted a free tuition program. "The Ride of His Life" rebroadcasts a look at how surfers are going to the Portuguese town of Nazare to find record setting waves.
8 Sep. 2019Steve Kroft/The Isle of Eigg
"Steve Kroft" talks the the recently retired 60 Minutes correspondent about his career, his work on the show, and why he decided to retire. It also looks at some of the more famous stories he reported on including Chernobyl, President Obama, and the financial crisis. "The Isle of Eigg" rebroadcasts a visit the unique island off the coast of Scotland.
15 Sep. 2019Online Overdose/Frontotemporal Dementia/Mark Bradford
"Online Overdose" rebroadcasts a look at how China has failed to stop websites that sell active drugs over the internet. "Frontotemporal Dementia" rebroadcasts a look at the little-known but devastating disease that robs people of their personalities. "Mark Bradford" rebroadcasts a profile of the American artist.
22 Sep. 2019Know My Name/The Pact
"Know My Name" interviews Chanel Miller the sexual assault victim of Stanford University athlete Brock Turner who has come forward in an effort to tell her story. "The Pact" rebroadcast a look at the bond between twin brothers who play in the NFL.
29 Sep. 2019The Impeachment Inquiry/Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman/Great White
"The Impeachment Inquiry" talks to representatives of the House who have begun an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. "Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman" interviews the controversial crown prince of Saudi Arabia. "Great White" talks to scientists researching sharks off of New England.
6 Oct. 2019The Impeachment Debate/The Ranger and the Serial Killer/The Farmer's Advocate
"The Impeachment Debate" examines the debate over impeachment and talks to some Republican and Democratic voters about their opinions. "The Ranger and the Serial Killer" talks to the Texas Ranger who interviewed prolific serial killer Samuel Little. "The Farmer's Advocate" talks to the CEO of Land O' Lakes which runs a technology unit that helps farmers farm efficiently
13 Oct. 2019Hong Kong/Nadia/Psychedelic Science
"Hong Kong" looks at the pro-democracy protests that are causing tensions in the large Chinese city. "Nadia" talks to a Yazidi woman who survived a genocide and later won a Nobel Peace Prize. "Psychedelic Science" talks to researchers who are investigating medical uses of psychedelic drugs.
20 Oct. 2019Tree of Life/Madame Lagarde/The Columbus Letters
"Tree of Life" talks to the survivors of a deadly anti-Semitic attack at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. "Madame Lagarde" talks to future European Central Bank head Christine Lagarde about the dangers facing the global economy. "The Columbus Letters" looks at a letter written by the explorer describing his discovery of America.
27 Oct. 2019Joe Biden/The Emerald Triangle/Giant Panda
"Joe Biden" talks to the presidential candidate about his campaign and about President Trump. "The Emerald Triangle" examines the legal marijuana business in California which is not as profitable as many thought it would be. "Giant Panda" looks at the partnership between China and America's Smithsonian National Zoo which has helped to bring panda's back from the brink of extinction.
3 Nov. 2019Maria Butina/The Battle of Brexit/The Wright Way
"Maria Butina" interviews the Russian woman who was arrested as an agent of a foreign government. "The Battle of Brexit" looks at the messy political battle in Britain over whether to stay in the European Union. "The Wright Way" profiles the Wright family of cowboys who have five world rodeo titles among them.
10 Nov. 2019Jamie Dimon/Dimon in Detroit/Targeting the Truth
"Jamie Dimon" talks to the chairman and CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase about the economy and Wall Street's role in the Great Recession. "Dimon in Detroit" looks at J.P. Morgan Chase's investment plan to revive the Motor City. "Targeting the Truth" talks to the head of Rappler about reporting under Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
17 Nov. 2019Red Flag/Into the Deep/The Youngest Refugees
"Red Flag" examines a new law in Colorado that allows law enforcement to temporarily remove firearms from someone posing a threat. "Into the Deep" looks at the lucrative world of deep sea ocean floor mining. "The Youngest Refugees" looks at efforts by Sesame Street to introduce a group of refugee Muppets in the Middle East.
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