60 Minutes

60 Minutes has been on the air since 1968, beginning on a Tuesday, but spending most of its time on Sundays, where it remains today.This popular news magazine provides both hard hitting investigations, interviews and features, along with people in...

Duration:60 mins

Quality: HD

Release:1968

IMDb:7.6

Season 47 - 60 Minutes
"\"The Spill at Dan River\" examines how Duke Energy is handling a coal ash waste spill in North Carolina. \"Disrupting Cancer\" talks to a billionaire doctor who is developing some unconventional ways of treating cancer. \"The City of Music\" goes to Cremona, Italy, where artisans craft musical instruments in the spirit of Stradivarius."
"\"Pope Francis\" rebroadcasts a segment on the new pope of the Catholic Church who is spurning tradition and bringing a humility and humanity back to the papacy. \"The Library\" rebroadcasts a segment that offers a behind the scenes look at the Vatican library."
"\"Ending America's Longest War\" interviews U.S. General John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani about the draw down of coalition forces in Afghanistan. \"Alive and Kickin\" profiles a Harlem choir for mature adults that is helping to give older voices new control over their challenging lives."
"\"Colorado Pot\" examines the state's growing recreational marijuana business one year after legalization. \"Obamacare\" interviews the author of a new book that claims that the Affordable Care Act will eventually become unaffordable. \"Up\" looks at how some severely wounded veterans are climbing the world's tallest mountains."
"\"Foo Fighters\" rebroadcasts a profile of the popular rock band and its lead singer Dave Grohl. \"Blake Shelton\" rebroadcasts an interview with the country music star. \"The City of Music\" rebroadcasts a look at the music instrument makers of Cremona, Italy."
"\"Darpa Dan\" examines the U.S. military's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and interviews cyber warfare specialist Dan Kaufman. \"The Swiss Leaks\" investigates one of the biggest leaks in Swiss banking history. \"Selma\" talks to the director of a new movie about Martin Luther King, Jr."
"\"ZMapp\" examines the long and complicated development of a promising new anti-Ebola drug. \"A New Kind of Terrorist\" goes to France to investigate the neighborhoods and prisons that gave rise to two deadly terrorist attacks in Paris. \"Bradley Cooper\" profiles the famous film actor."
"\"The Storm After the Storm\" investigates allegations that homeowners were denied flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy because of fraudulent engineering reports. \"Lumber Liquidators\" investigates safety and health violations that may have been committed by the lumber supply company. \"Who is Larry David?\" interviews the famous comedian."
"\"Who Killed the Prosecutor?\" investigates the untimely death of an Argentine prosecutor who died right before pressuring charges against the country's government. \"Coming Home\" talks to veterans of a Marine company that took especially high casualties in Afghanistan. \"The Maestro\" profiles celebrated New York Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine."
"\"Homeland Security\" interview Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson about the evolving role of the security agency. \"The Good Friday Agreement\" goes to Northern Island and examines the 1998 accord that stopped the war between Catholics and Protestants. \"Wikimania\" looks at the people behind one of the most popular websites in the world."
"\"Death in the Mediterranean\" goes aboard an Italian rescue ship to examine the plight of migrants who are attempting the dangerous trip across the Mediterranean in order to enter Europe. \"The Battle Above\" examines the U.S. Air Force's Space Command which is tasked with defending the satellites that we rely on in our everyday lives."
"\"The Spy Among Us\" looks at the life of Jack Barsky a KGB spy from the Soviet Union who lived for decades in the United States without being detected. \"Misty Copeland\" profiles the famous ballerina who overcame a underprivileged childhood and a potentially career-ending injury to finally realize her dream."
Season 48 - 60 Minutes
"\"President Putin\" interviews the Russian president about his visit to the UN, the conflict in Ukraine, and his country's presence in Syria. \"Trump\" interviews the controversial Republican presidential candidate. \"The Greatest Escape\" looks at the recent escape of the drug lord known as El Chapo."
"\"Hands off the Wheel\" takes an inside look at engineers who are attempting to develop a car that can drive in city streets on its own. \"Patrick Kennedy\" interviews the former Congressman about his advocacy for mental illness. \"The Hidden Holocaust\" looks at an effort to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union."
"\"Heroin in the Heartland\" looks at the growing crisis of heroin addiction in middle to upper class suburbia. \"Smart Guns\" looks at technology which allows guns to fire only in the hands of their owners and examines why it is not widely popular. \"The Slave Ship\" follows a team of archaeologists who have discovered the remains of a slave ship."
"\"The Paris Attacks\" looks at the recent deadly terrorist attacks in France. \"The Speaker of the House\" profiles Paul Ryan who was recently elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. \"Football and the Brain\" looks at concussion safety in football."
"\"Active Shooter\" looks how some police departments are training their officers how to respond to active shooter situations like the one in recently in Paris. \"Common Enemy\" looks at how some former enemies are the U.S. are proving to be some of the most effective militias against ISIS. \"The Future of Money\" looks at M-PESA a mobile phone-based payment system developed and used in Kenya."
"\"The Last Prisoner\" interview former Cuban prisoner Alan Gross who was recently released from captivity. \"The Execution of Joseph Wood\" looks at a botched execution in Arizona that took almost two hours to complete. \"Taking on the Eiger\" talks to a man who flew, skied and then jumped off the iconic Swiss mountain."
"\"Hands off the Wheel\" rebroadcasts an inside look at engineers who are attempting to develop a car that can drive in city streets on its own. \"The Spy Among Us\" rebroadcasts a segment on Jack Barsky a KGB spy from the Soviet Union who lived for decades in the United States without being detected."
"\"Inside Apple\" takes an inside look at the technology and talks to CEO Tim Cook about some of the concerns facing the company including encryption technology, corporate taxes, and manufacturing in China. \"Michael Caine\" talks to the award winning actor who is still going strong at the age of 82."
"\"The Gaskos\" rebroadcasts a segment on the 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. \"Gotti\" rebroadcasts an interview with John Gotti Jr. \"The FBI's Wise Guy\" rebroadcasts a segment on an FBI agent that managed to infiltrate the Gambino crime family."
"\"Lost in the Bermuda Triangle\" examines the sinking of the cargo ship El Faro that resulted in the lose of 33 lives. \"Agromafia\" examines how the Mafia in involved in counterfeit agricultural products. \"Little Jazz Man\" profiles a 12 year old jazz sensation Joey Alexander."
"\"The Road to Syria\" goes to the Syrian base from which Russia is launching strikes to support dictator Bashar Al-Assad. \"Life After Death Row\" talks to three unjustly convicted people about their exoneration. \"Hamilton\" rebroadcasts a segment on the people behind the popular Broadway musical."
"\"The Great Brain Robbery\" examines whether the Chinese government is involved in economic espionage. \"Sean Penn\" talks to the actor about his controversial clandestine interview with fugitive drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman. \"The Mountain Lions of L.A.\" looks at cougars who are taking up residence in the Los Angeles area."
"\"Make-A-Wish\" rebroadcasts a look at some of the volunteers behind the organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children. \"The Health Wagon\" rebroadcasts a report on how nurses are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured poor of Appalachia. \"The Giving Pledge\" rebroadcasts a segment on a group of billionaires who have pledged to give at least a half of their fortunes to charity."
"\"Heroin in the Heartland\" rebroadcasts a look at the growing crisis of heroin addiction in middle to upper class suburbia. \"Alive and Kickin\" rebroadcasts a profile of a Harlem choir for mature adults that is helping to give older voices new control over their challenging lives. \"David Bowie\" features segments of an unaired 2003 interview with the singer."
"\"Anonymous Inc.\" features a special undercover investigation into how American lawyers are helping to launder money in the United States that was brought to them by corrupt foreign officials. \"Top of the World\" goes to Greenland to see the effects of climate change and sea level rise on glaciers."
"\"Director Brennan\" interviews CIA DIrector John Brennan about the threat posed by ISIS. \"FIFA\" looks at the scandals that are plaguing the powerful international soccer association. \"Danny Clinch\" profiles the photographer famous for his photographs of music legends."
"\"El Chapo\" looks at the arrest of the notorious drug lord Joaquin Guzman. \"The Hostage\" examines the abduction of American aid worker Warren Weinstein in Pakistan and the efforts by his wife to return him home. \"And the Nominees Are\" looks at the recent film about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs."
"\"A Monumental Project\" rebroadcasts a look at a national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture. \"Saving History\" rebroadcasts a look at efforts to preserve some of Italy's most iconic architectural treasures. \"God's Architect\" rebroadcasts a segment examining Antoni Gaud\u00c3\u00ad's beautiful Sagrada Fam\u00c3\u00adlia in Barcelona which has been under construction for 130 years."
"\"Dead or Alive\" rebroadcasts a segment on how errors in the Social Security Administration's Death Master File can result in false payments and identity verification problems. \"Face Blindness\" rebroadcasts a segment on the neurological phenomenon of prosopagnosia where a person loses their ability to recognize faces."
"\"Prime Minister Trudeau\" profiles the new prime minister of Canada. \"King of Coal\" examines the case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship who was convicted of workplace safety crime. \"Death Row in Livingston Texas\" talks to some of the men who are awaiting execution on one of the busiest Death Rows in the country."
"\"Encryption\" examines how the War on Terror has created a debate on privacy and security around the world. \"Aid in Dying\" examines how some terminally-ill patients can take a legally prescribed overdose of drugs that will end their life. \"Starchitect\" profiles Danish architect Bjarke Ingels who helped design the Googleplex and the last tower at the World Trade Center."
"\"Presidente Macri\" profiles Mauricio Macri the new president of Argentina. \"Cornel West\" interviews the former Princeton professor about the state of racial awareness in America. \"The Resurrection of St. Benedict's\" looks at an inner city school in Newark that is such a success that 85% of its graduates get college degrees."
"\"Crime and Punishment\" takes an inside look at the German prison system which emphasizes rehabilitation over punishment. \"Christopher Wheeldon\" profiles the celebrated and award-winning ballet choreographer. \"Bubba\" profiles professional golfer Bubba Watson."
"\"The 28 Pages\" looks at how former members of Congress are urging the White House to declassify the top secret section of a report that may show Saudi support for some of the 9\/11 hijackers. \"Rising in the East\" examines the growth of China's film industry. \"Switching Teams\" profiles a transgender swimmer competing at Harvard."
"\"Not Paid\" examines how some of the country's biggest insurance companies have not been paying benefits on millions of policies. \"Rikers Island\" looks at how an influx of mentally ill prisoners is affecting the New York Prison. \"Hacking Your Phone\" looks at cell phone security."
"\"The Heroin Epidemic\" examines the growing problem with heroin addiction in the United States. \"Dialing for Dollars\" looks at an effort to regulate congressional fundraising. \"Gold Star Parents\" looks at parents who have lost loved ones in military service."
"\"Strike-Through\" investigates whether an American manufacturer sold faulty protective equipment during the recent Ebola epidemic. \"Fintech\" talks to two young entrepreneurs who are trying to start a financial technology revolution. \"The Children's Village\" talks to two people who are the legal guardians of almost 100 young Tanzanians."
"\"Russia's Dark Secret\" investigates allegations of state-sponsored drug cheating by members of the Russian Olympic Team. \"The Killing Machine\" follows a French Catholic priest who is trying to expose the genocide of Iraqi Yezidis by ISIS. \"Earthquake Alley\" examines the connection between earthquakes and the fossil fuel industry in Oklahoma."
"\"Breakthrough Status\" looks at clinical trails for a new cancer therapy that may be a breakthrough in the treating of the disease. \"Collateral Damage\" looks 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."
"60 Minutes offers a special look at the career of retiring correspondent Morley Safer. It looks at his beginnings as a foreign correspondent in the 1950s with CBC and examines his war reporting in Vietnam for CBS which ultimately led to a job and a long tenure on 60 Minutes."
"\"All in the Family\" profiles the Antinori family who have been in the Italian wine business for 600 years. \"Inside Edge\" talks to a stock analyst who helped to bring down broker was was making millions through insider trading. \"Valerie Jarrett\" profiles the senior advisor to the president."
"\"After Shock\" examines how national guardsmen took advantage of a poorly organized program that offered bonus to help recruit new members. \"$80 Million Con\" examines one the the biggest art frauds in history. \"The Last Vaquitas\" looks at one of the most endangered marine mammals in the world."
"\"Director Brennan\" rebroadcasts an interview with CIA DIrector John Brennan about the threat posed by ISIS. \"King of Coal\" rebroadcasts an examination of the case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship who was convicted of workplace safety crime. \"The Future of Money\" rebroadcasts a look at M-PESA a mobile phone-based payment system developed and used in Kenya."
"\"A New Direction on Drugs\" rebroadcasts an interview with Michael Botticelli the director of National Drug Control Policy. \"The Greatest\" rebroadcasts a 1996 interview with the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali. \"Little Jazz Man\" rebroadcasts a profile of a 12 year old jazz sensation Joey Alexander."
"\"Lost in the Bermuda Triangle\" rebroadcasts a segment on the sinking of the cargo ship El Faro that resulted in the loss of 33 lives. \"Hamilton\" expands a previously broadcast segment on the popular historical Broadway musical which is now up for a record-breaking sixteen Tony Awards."
"\"Smart Guns\" rebroadcasts a look at technology which allows guns to fire only in the hands of their owners and examines why it is not widely popular. \"The 28 Pages\" rebroadcasts a segment on how former members of Congress are urging the White House to declassify the top secret section of a report that may show Saudi support for some of the 9\/11 hijackers. \"Taking on the Eiger\" rebroadcasts a segment on a man who flew, skied and then jumped off the iconic Swiss mountain."
"\"El Chapo\" rebroadcasts a look at the arrest of the notorious drug lord Joaquin Guzman. \"The Resurrection of St. Benedict's\" rebroadcasts a look at an inner city school in Newark that is such a success that 85% of its graduates get college degrees. \"Bubba\" rebroadcasts a profile of professional golfer Bubba Watson."
"\"The New Force Behind Star Wars\" rebroadcasts a profile of film director JJ Abrams who is the creative force behind the new Star Wars trilogy. \"Michael Caine\" rebroadcasts a talk with the award winning actor who is still going strong at the age of 82. \"And the Nominees Are\" rebroadcasts a look at the recent film about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs."
"\"The Gaskos\" rebroadcasts a segment on the 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. \"The Execution of Joseph Wood\" rebroadcasts a look at a botched execution in Arizona that took almost two hours to complete. \"Danny Clinch\" rebroadcasts a profile of the photographer famous for his photographs of music legends."
"\"The Republican Ticket\" interviews Republican candidates Donald Trump and Mike Pence. \"Bastille Day Tragedy\" looks at the recent terrorist attack in France. \"The Mountain Lions of L.A.\" rebroadcasts a look at the cougars who are taking up residence in the Los Angeles area."
"\"The Democratic Ticket\" interviews Democratic presidential and vice presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. \"Make-A-Wish\" rebroadcasts a special inside look at some of the volunteers behind the organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children."
"\"Life After Death Row\" rebroadcasts a segment on three unjustly convicted people about their exoneration. \"Top of the World\" rebroadcasts a segment on Greenland and the effects of climate change. \"The Children's Village\" rebroadcasts a segment on two people who are the legal guardians of almost 100 young Tanzanians."
"\"Heroin in the Heartland\" rebroadcasts a segment on the growing crisis of heroin addiction in middle to upper class suburbia. \"Christopher Wheeldon\" rebroadcasts a profile of the celebrated and award-winning ballet choreographer. \"Bonobos\" rebroadcasts a look at the fascinating primate that is as close to human as the chimpanzee."
"\"Not Paid\" rebroadcasts a segment on how some of the country's biggest insurance companies have not been paying benefits on millions of policies. \"The Hidden Holocaust\" rebroadcasts a look at an effort to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union. \"Lewis Hamilton\" rebroadcasts a profile of the three-time Formula One racing world champ."
"\"Strike-Through\" rebroadcasts an investigation into whether an American manufacturer sold faulty protective equipment during the recent Ebola epidemic. \"Fintech\" rebroadcasts a look at two young entrepreneurs who are trying to start a financial technology revolution. \"The Slave Ship\" rebroadcasts a segment on a team of archaeologists who have discovered the remains of a slave ship."
"\"Anonymous Inc.\" rebroadcasts an undercover investigation into how American lawyers are helping to launder money in the United States that was brought to them by corrupt foreign officials. \"Switching Teams\" rebroadcasts a profile of a transgender swimmer competing at Harvard."
"\"Hacking Your Phone\" rebroadcasts a look at cell phone security. \"30 Years on Death Row\" rebroadcasts a look at the case of Glenn Ford who was spent nearly 30 years on death row in Louisiana for a murder he did not commit. \"The Collider\" rebroadcasts a look at the Large Hadron Collider which has already led to the discovery of the elusive Higgs Boson."
"\"The 9\/11 Museum\" rebroadcasts a look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum currently under construction at Ground Zero. \"Gold Star Parents\" rebroadcasts a look at parents who have lost loved ones in military service. \"Earthquake Alley\" rebroadcasts an examination into the connection between earthquakes and the fossil fuel industry in Oklahoma."
"\"The Libertarian Ticket\" interviews Libertarian presidential and vice presidential candidates Gary Johnson and Bill Weld. \"The New Cold War\" takes an in-depth look at the U.S. nuclear arsenal. \"Rising in the East\" rebroadcasts an examination into the growth of China's film industry."
Season 49 - 60 Minutes
"\"The King\" interviews King Abdullah II of Jordan about the troubles in the Middle East. \"The New Cold War\" continues an investigation into the growing possibility of a nuclear conflict between the United States and Russia. \"The Picasso Portfolio\" looks at the story behind the recent release of a cache of Picasso's artwork."
"\"The Arctic Frontier\" goes to the top of the world to see where the next battle over oil and mineral resources will take place. \"Nate Parker\" talks to the director about his upcoming historical epic about Nate Turner. \"Don't Mess with Mary Quin\" talks to a woman who survived a terrorist kidnapping and helped convict the radical cleric that had a rile in her abduction."
"\"Artificial Intelligence\" looks at how artificial intelligence is beginning to change the world. \"Breaking Good\" interviews the Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated actor Bryan Cranston. \"Gorilla Doctors\" looks at how doctors are helping to restore Great Ape populations in Africa."
"\"Finding Refuge\" examines the Syrian refugee crisis and talks to several Syrian families from Jordan who face a vigorous vetting program to get them into the United States. \"The Brothers Rosenberg\" interviews the two sons of convicted spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who seek to clear the name of their mother."
"\"Ask Ohio\" goes to the swing state to see how voters are planning to vote on Election Day. \"Thrown for a Loss\" investigates how a financial analyst may have ripped off some of the NFL's biggest starts. \"The Influencers\" talks to several popular social media starts and looks at how advertisers are planning to use them to reach new young audiences."
"\"The Battle for Mosul\" takes an inside look at how Iraq's second largest city is being taken back from ISIS by the Iraqi army. \"The National Mood\" talks to a panel of American voters about the upcoming election. \"The Zika Virus\" looks at the growing danger posed by the virus and how the effort to create a vaccine to halt its spread."
"60 Minutes interviews President-Elect of the United States Donald Trump in his first extensive post-election interview. Lesley Stahl also speaks to future first lady Melania Trump and Donald Trump's four children: Eric, Ivanka, Tiffany, and Donald Jr."
"\"Turkey\" examines how many Turks and the country's leaders are dissatisfied with American foreign policy. \"The Match of Their Lives\" examines how the U.S. National Women's Soccer Team are fighting the U.S. Soccer Federation over unfair wages and unequal treatment. \"Bruno Mars\" interviews the popular singer."
"\"The Prime Minister\" interviews Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi about his effort to change Italy. \"The Alzheimer's Laboratory\" examines efforts to prevent the disease and visits the world's largest concentration of people with with a rare genetic mutation that causes early-onset Alzheimer's. \"Fidel Castro\" looks back at Castro's rise to power."
"\"The Speaker of the House\" talks to Paul Ryan about about President Donald Trump and discusses the issues that he will address after inauguration. \"The Golden Triangle\" talks to a man who is responsible for bringing 6,000 manufacturing jobs back to Mississippi. \"Drive-by Lawsuits\" examines how some lawyers are filing thousands of lawsuits against businesses in the name of the Americans with Disabilities Act."
"\"Benjamin Netanyahu\" interviews the Israeli Prime Minister who is looking forward to working with new U.S. President Donald Trump.\"The New Colombia\" examines efforts to make Columbia a more attractive tourist destination. \"Lost\" looks at the real-life lost-and-found story of Saroo Brierley which has inspired a new film."
"\"The White Helmets\" examines the volunteers of Syrian Civil Defense and their efforts to save civilians in the war town country. \"The Pope's Choir\" takes an inside look at the oldest choir in the world. \"Denzel\" talks to the actor about his efforts to put the work of playwright August Wilson on the screen."
"\"The Pope's Choir\" rebroadcasts a recently broadcast special segment on the oldest choir in the world that accompanies the Pope when he says Christmas mass. \"Hamilton\" rebroadcasts an expanded segment on the popular historical Broadway musical which has won eleven Tony Awards."
"\"Crisis in Chicago\" goes to Chicago to investigate the rise of violence that is plaguing the city, \"Passports for Sale\" looks at how small island nations are selling citizenship for a price. \"The Rum War\" looks at the feud behind the two versions of Havana Club Rum."
"\"The Hostage Policy\" talks to the parents of slain hostages about the U.S. government ransom policy. \"The Coming Swarm\" looks at how autonomous drone may be used on future battlefields. \"The Hunt for Planet Nine\" looks at efforts to track down a ninth planet in our solar system."
"60 Minutes interviews President Barack Obama about his eight years in office. He talks about his historic first election, the passing of the Affordable Care Act, the Democrat losses in the 2010 mid-term elections, the killing of Osama bin Laden, the expansion of the Syrian Civil War and Russia's involvement in it."
"\"Finding Refuge\" rebroadcasts a look at the Syrian refugee crisis and talks to several Syrian families from Jordan who face a vigorous vetting program to get them into the United States. \"Avalanche\" looks at the survivors and rescue team of an Italian ski resort that was buried under an avalanche. \"Enhancing the Bike\" investigates allegations of mechanical cheating in cycling."
"\"Hamilton\" rebroadcasts an expanded segment on the popular historical Broadway musical which has won eleven Tony Awards. \"The Pope's Choir\" rebroadcasts a segment on the oldest choir in the world that accompanies the Pope when he says Christmas mass."
"\"Adele and Beyonce\" rebroadcasts segments of interviews with the two Grammy award nominated singers. \"Bruno Mars\" talks to the musician about his Hawaiian roots and looks at the creative process that helped him to produce some of his most popular songs."
"\"The North Korean Threat\" talks to a defector about the threat posed by Kim Jung Un and his regime. \"Remington 700\" investigates reports that the popular hunting rifle is prone to discharge without someone pulling the trigger. \"USA Gymnastics\" examines charges of sex abuse that have been made against a former team doctor."
"\"El Chapo\" rebroadcasts a segment on the notorious drug lord Joaquin Guzman. \"Life After Death Row\" rebroadcasts a segment on three unjustly convicted people about their exoneration. \"The Music of Zomba Prison\" rebroadcasts a look at how inmates and guards have collaborated to create music in a prison in Malawi."
"\"The Alzheimer's Laboratory\" rebroadcasts a segment on efforts to prevent the disease and visits the world's largest concentration of people with with a rare genetic mutation that causes early-onset Alzheimer's. \"Taking on the Eiger\" rebroadcasts a segment on a man who flew, skied and then jumped off the iconic Swiss mountain."
"\"Le Pen\" profiles Marine Le Pen the controversial candidate for the presidency of France. \"Voices of the Lost\" examines the data recorder of the El Faro a ship which was lost in the Bermuda Triangle. \"Saving the Lions\" talks to activists who have saved circus lions from beatings and confinement."
"\"Poisoned\" interviews Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza who was twice poisoned to the brink of death by a mysterious toxin. \"Prisoner 760\" talks to a former prisoner in Guantanamo Bay who was released last year after being held for nearly fourteen years."
"\"You're Fired\" looks how some companies use loopholes in the H-1B visa program to outsource American jobs and displace American workers. \"Fighting Famine\" examines efforts to fight starvation in South Sudan. \"New Kid on the Street\" visits Sesame Street and discusses the addition to the show of a character with autism."
"\"Attack in Garland\" looks at the recent attack on a Texas Muhammad cartoon contest by two homegrown jihadists. \"Fake News\" looks at the growth of fake news on social media. \"Chess Country\" goes to Franklin County, Mississippi, to see how a chess program has inspired rural children to a state championship."
"\"Shots Fire\" interviews Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby who is accused of the wrongful killing of Terence Crutcher an unarmed black man. \"Peter Marino\" profiles the black leather biker gear wearing architect and taste-maker for the rich and famous."
"\"Brain Hacking\" examines how smartphone designers are using neuroscience to keep us interested in our telephones. \"Chief of Chobani\" profiles Hamdi Ulukaya the billionaire behind Chobani yogurt. \"Japan's Babe Ruth\" profiles Shohei Ohtani one of the most Japan's best baseball players."
"\"Return to Newtown\" revisits the parents of school children killed in the Connecticut massacre four years ago. \"Defenseless\" talks to New Orleans Public Defenders who claim that innocent clients have gone to jail because they lacked the time and resources to defend them properly. \"Out of Darkness\" profiles two eye surgeons in Burma who are treat cataract patients."
"\"Bloomberg\" profiles the billionaire media mogul and former three-term mayor of New York. \"The Judge\" talks to controversial and provocative Federal Judge Alex Kozinski about Donald Trump. \"The American Steeplechase\" examines horse racing and the century-old horse tradition of timber racing."
"\"Tawdry Tales\" looks at the recently overturned corruption conviction against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. \"Norman Seeff's Archive\" looks at film shot by the famous photographer which reveals the rarely seen sides of some of his famous subjects. \"Starr Students\" looks at a successful school in Somaliland, Africa, that was set up by a former hedge fund trader."
"\"Deported\" talks to the family and neighbors of a recently deported father who had no criminal record and had lived in the U.S. for almost twenty years. \"The Nuremberg Prosecutor\" talks to Ben Ferencz the last living prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials after World War II. \"Theo and Joe\" gets the inside story from Cub's management on how they helped to create a World Series winning team."
"\"James Comey\" looks back at an interview with the former FBI director who was recently fired by President Donald Trump. \"The Bin Laden Documents\" talks to an FBI agent about the bureau's investigation into Al Qaeda and the documents seized during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. \"Curiosity\" looks at the Mars rover."
"\"Sanctuary\" reports on sanctuary cities where authorities have openly defied tough anti-immigration policies. \"Cook County Jail\" goes inside one of the largest jails in the country to examine the Sheriff Tom Dart unconventional management of the prison. \"Enemy of the State\" interviews Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei."
"\"Operation Car Wash\" looks at the billion dollar political corruption scandal in Brazil. \"Snitches\" examines the use of jailhouse informants in Orange County, California. \"Space Archaeology\" examines how archaeologists are using satellite imagery to locate sites for excavation."
"\"A Survivor's March\" rebroadcasts a segment on a Bataan Death March who participates in an annual memorial Death March marathon. \"In the Path of Fire\" examines the risks from wildfire to those living closer to the nation's wilderness. \"Life in Outer Space\" talks to an entrepreneur who wants to build inflatable habitats in space."
"\"Poisoned\" rebroadcasts an interview with Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza who was twice poisoned to the brink of death by a mysterious toxin. \"Chief of Chobani\" rebroadcasts a profile of Hamdi Ulukaya the billionaire behind Chobani yogurt. \"Gorilla Doctors\" rebroadcasts a look at how doctors are helping to restore Great Ape populations in Africa."
"\"The North Korean Threat\" rebroadcasts an interview with a defector about the threat posed by Kim Jung Un and his regime. \"Brain Hacking\" rebroadcasts a segment on how smartphone designers are using neuroscience to keep us interested in our telephones. \"Bruno Mars\" rebroadcasts an interview with the popular singer."
"\"The White Helmets\" rebroadcasts a segment on the volunteers of Syrian Civil Defense and their efforts to save civilians in the war town country. \"Passports for Sale\" rebroadcasts a segment on how small island nations are selling citizenship for a price. \"Chess Country\" rebroadcasts a segment on how a chess program has inspired young people in rural Mississippi."
"\"Artificial Intelligence\" rebroadcasts a segment that looks at how artificial intelligence is beginning to change the world. \"Japan's Babe Ruth\" rebroadcasts a segment profiling celebrated pitcher Shohei Ohtani one of the most Japan's best baseball players."
"\"In God's Name\" rebroadcasts an interview with a young Muslim man from America about what made him join ISIS. \"Saving the Lions\" rebroadcasts a segment on activists who have saved circus lions from beatings and confinement. \"The Music of Zomba Prison\" rebroadcasts a look at how inmates and guards have collaborated to create music in a prison in Malawi."
"\"Tawdry Tales\" rebroadcast a look at the recently overturned corruption conviction against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell. \"The Brothers Rosenberg\" rebroadcasts an interview with the two sons of convicted spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who seek to clear the name of their mother."
"\"Prisoner 760\" rebroadcasts an interview with a former prisoner in Guantanamo Bay who was released last year after being held for nearly fourteen years. \"The Picasso Portfolio\" rebroadcasts a look at the story behind the recent release of a cache of Picasso's artwork."
Season 50 - 60 Minutes
"Hurricane Harvey: A fluke or the future? Then, Sen. John McCain fights back; and, is the U.S. still a nation divided? Oprah Winfrey reports."
"Rep. Steve Scalise on surviving: \"It's a miracle,\" then, spectacular revelations courtesy of Hubble; and, will Christian Pulisic be the next big name in soccer?"
"Officers describe storming Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's hotel room; Facebook ads, Russia and the Trump campaign's secret weapon; Shake Shack founder on changing the way restaurants do business."
"Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress; Meet a convicted felon who became a Georgetown law professor."
"\"Inside Al Qaeda\" interviews an FBI undercover agent who infiltrated Al Qaeda and helped thwart several terrorist attacks. \"Pelican Bay\" investigates reforms at the the notorious Pelican Bay Prison in California. \"Corkscrewed\" looks at an effort by a billionaire to investigate fraud in the rare wine business."
"North Korea's nuclear program; The Emir of Qatar; and Adolfo Kaminsky, who created fake identity documents that saved thousands of Jews in France from the Nazis during WWII."
"\"Puerto Rico\" goes to the U.S. territory to examine the lingering effects of Hurricane Maria. \"The Leaning Tower of San Francisco\" looks at how the Millennium Tower one of the city's most expensive residential high rises is sinking and leaning to one side. \"Alma\" profiles a twelve-year-old music prodigy."
"\"Friendly Fire\" interviews 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. \"Aly Raisman\" talks to the Olympic gymnast about the sex assault scandal in U.S.A. Gymnastics."
"\"The Governor\" interviews California Governor Jerry Brown about his lengthy career in politics. \"The Challenger\" profiles Alexey Navalny a popular critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. \"Donald Sutherland\" profiles the famous Canadian actor."
"\"To Big to Prosecute\" investigates why a lenient settlement was made against a drug distributing company in one of the biggest opioid cases in U.S. history. \"An American Terrorist\" talks to a former white supremacist who knows help to get people out of extremism. \"Airlift\" looks at an effort to capture and airlift black rhinos to repopulate the species."
"\"Delivered from Evil\" talks to two clergymen who are fighting to save historic texts from destruction by ISIS in war-torn Iraq. \"Japan's Babe Ruth\" rebroadcasts a segment of celebrated Japanese pitcher Shohei Ohtani. \"Whisky Island\" rebroadcasts a segment on a Scottish Island where some of the world's finest single-malt scotch whiskeys are made."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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 Carr\u00c3\u00a9 who has written several best-selling spy thrillers under the pen name David Cornwell."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
"\"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."
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