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Season 49

  • S49Ep14: The members and the maestro of the Pope’s Choir | Hamilton  12/25/2016   

    The members and the maestro of the Pope's Choir - Charlie Rose meets the members and the maestro of the Pope's Choir to report on how they achieve their celestial sound. Hamilton - 60 Minutes director's cut of "Hamilton" offers more on the Broadway smash.

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  • S49Ep13: The Pope’s Choir  12/18/2016   

    The Syrian Civil Defense; members and maestro of the pope's choir; actor Denzel Washington.

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  • S49Ep12: The New Columbia | Lost | Benjamin Netanyahu  12/11/2016   

    The New Columbia - Power of advertising proven in Colombian campaign that helped bring rebels out of the jungle after 52 years of civil war. Given the chance to sell peace, rather than a breakfast cereal or a bottle of spirits, a Colombian ad executive stepped up with ideas that persuaded rebels to lay down arms and eventually end a 50-year civil war. Lara Logan talks to that ad man in her report about a transformation in Colombia that could not have been achieved without ending the country's long civil war. Lost - Man who inspired the film "Lion," talks about the mental map that enabled him to track down the mother he lost when he was 5 years old. The incredible lost-and-found story of Saroo Brierley has inspired the new Hollywood film "Lion" -- a movie critics are saying has Oscar potential. But the real events are just as thrilling as the drama on screen. Brierley says he was separated from his birth mother when he was five years old and locked on a train that took him 1,000 miles across India to Calcutta. Once there, he says he survived by himself on the city's chaotic streets for weeks until he wound up in an orphanage and was adopted by an Australian couple. For the first time on American television, Brierley explains how he found his way back to his Indian village using Google Earth and a mental map of home. Benjamin Netanyahu - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells 60 Minutes Israel has never been in a better place; part of his optimism relates to the election of Trump.

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  • S49Ep11: The Speaker of the House | The Golden Triangle | Drive-by Lawsuits  12/4/2016   

    The Speaker of the House - At odds during campaign, House Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump are "fine" now and talk almost daily, Ryan tells Scott Pelley. The speaker of the House tells Scott Pelley he and President-elect Donald Trump have made up and speak on the phone nearly every day. On the campaign trail, the two were at odds. Speaker Ryan had called one of Trump's statements racist and Trump dismissed him as ineffective and disloyal, but Ryan says the two are not looking back and are already working together. The Golden Triangle - Job training and tax incentives are key to this economic developer's successful strategy to revive manufacturing jobs in Mississippi. Joe Max Higgins has attracted about 6,000 manufacturing jobs back to an area of Mississippi that lost thousands of them since the 1990s. He's done it by aggressively pursuing corporations with tax breaks, ready-to-build sites and other incentives. But a critical element of his strategy is to provide a jobs ready workforce trained in the "advanced manufacturing" skills new factories require. Drive-by Lawsuits - The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that every private business in the U.S. make their space accessible to disabled people. Some lawyers are filing thousands of lawsuits against businesses that often have no idea they've done anything wrong.

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  • S49Ep10: TBA  11/27/2016   
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  • S49Ep7: The Zika Virus  11/6/2016   

    Doctors say babies born without microcephaly to Zika-infected moms may still suffer other problems later on. Doctors say even if babies infected with the Zika virus in the womb are born with normal-size heads, they could still suffer unknown symptoms down the road. 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.

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  • S49Ep6: In God’s Name | The Pot Vote | The Music of Zomba Prison  10/30/2016   

    In God's Name - An American leader of an ISIS cell tells Scott Pelley how videos of the dead Anwar al-Awlaki persuaded him to recruit for ISIS on American soil. A 21-year-old Minneapolis man pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support (fighters) to ISIS tells Scott Pelley how he was radicalized by the Internet videos of the dead American al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki. Speaking in his first interview, Abdirizak Warsame takes responsibility for his actions and the blame for the deaths of friends he helped send to fight in Syria. The Pot Vote - Governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado, where recreational pot is legal, urges caution to states voting on it because there's not enough data. Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper urges caution to the five states voting on legalizing recreational pot next month. There still isn't enough reliable information on the drug's impact, especially on drivers and teenagers, he tells Dr. Jon LaPook. Dr. LaPook went to Pueblo, Colorado -- a town where pot is produced and sold.The Music of Zomba Prison - Beautiful music created by inmates and their guards offers happiness and hope behind prison walls. Anderson Cooper's report from Malawi, Africa.

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  • S49Ep5: Ask Ohio | Thrown for a Loss | The Influncers  10/23/2016   

    Ask Ohio - Candidates who win this state have won the presidency in every election since 1964, but with Election Day around the corner, Scott Pelley finds a state divided.Thrown for a Loss - Jeff Rubin says he wishes he never set foot in Alabama. That's where a risky investment he made went bust, losing several NFL players a total of $43 million. The disgraced financial adviser gives his first interview to 60 Minutes about a debacle that became the largest financial loss ever for NFL players at the hands of one investment adviser. Armen Keteyian speaks to Rubin and some of the NFL players caught up in his bad deal on 60 Minutes.The Influncers - Imagine shooting goofy videos with your friends, posting them online and getting paid six figures. That's exactly what many twenty-somethings with large social media following are doing. They're called social media influencers, and they've become a new force in advertising. Bill Whitaker reports on this new advertising phenomenon on the next edition of 60 Minutes.

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  • S49Ep4: Finding Refuge | The Brothers Rosenberg  10/16/2016   

    Finding Refuge - Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says "thorough" refugee vetting process has been augmented with social media searches. The Brothers Rosenberg - The sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg tell Anderson Cooper what it was like to be the children of infamous Communist spies during the McCarthy era, in a story that sheds new light on one of the most dramatic espionage cases of the Cold War -- the execution of a husband and wife, leaving their two little boys orphans.

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  • S49Ep3: Breaking Good | Artificial Intelligence | Gorilla Doctors  10/9/2016   

    Breaking Good - After decades in Hollywood, actor Bryan Cranston didn't find fame until his fifties -- thanks to the hit show Breaking Bad. Now, he tells Steve Kroft he's seizing the moment.Artificial Intelligence - It might not be long before machines begin thinking for themselves -- creatively, independently, and sometimes with better judgment than a human.Gorilla Doctors - When the first Gorilla Doctor began helping mountain gorillas, the species was almost extinct. Today, they're the only population of great apes that's growing.

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  • S49Ep2: The Artic Frontier | Don’t Mess with Mary Quin | Nate Parker  10/2/2016   

    The Artic Frontier - Lesley Stahl goes to the top of the world where the next battle over oil and mineral resources is shaping up as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change. Don't Mess with Mary Quin - After narrowly surviving being held hostage, former-Xerox exec Mary Quin tells 60 Minutes how she brought a radical British cleric to justice for his role in the kidnapping.Nate Parker - Hollywood filmmaker Nate Parker will not apologize for the rape case he became embroiled in at college 17 years ago because, he tells Anderson Cooper, he was falsely accused and then vindicated in court. He also says it would be unfortunate if people stayed away from his new historical epic based on Nat Turner's slave rebellion because of the incident. Parker's film, "The Birth of a Nation," had generated a huge amount of Oscar buzz until an uproar grew over the incident and it became widely known the woman who accused him killed herself in 2012.

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  • S49Ep1: Episode 1  9/25/2016   

Season 48

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  • S48Ep39: Lost in the Bermuda Triangle | Hamilton  6/12/2016   

    Lost in the Bermuda Triangle - 60 Minutes shows the wreck of El Faro 15,000 feet below the Atlantic -- the worst U.S. maritime disaster in 35 years. Hamilton - Before the "70th Annual Tony Awards" on CBS, "60 Minutes" Will Broadcast Its "Hamilton" Segment with Previously Unseen Material About the Show That Has Received a Record 16 Tony Nominations Fans of "Hamilton" who have not had a chance to see the Broadway hit may want to watch Sunday's 60 MINUTES – it could be their last chance to see Lin-Manuel Miranda, the show's creator, in the title role. "Hamilton" is still the hardest ticket to get on Broadway, and Miranda will move on later this summer. 60 MINUTES will offer a "director's cut" that's nearly double the length of Charlie Rose's original report, first broadcast in November. The previously unseen additions include more of the interviews with Miranda and the cast and more material and performance footage from the show, which has received a record 16 Tony nominations.

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  • S48Ep38: A New Direction on Drugs | The Greatest | Little Jazz Man  6/5/2016   

    A New Direction on Drugs - Top drug official Michael Botticelli says the old war on drugs is all wrong, and wants to refocus the country's drug policy.Little Jazz Man - Joey Alexander plays jazz like a veteran of decades, but he's just 12 years old.

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  • S48Ep37: A New Direction on Drugs | Smart Guns | Little Jazz Man  6/5/2016   

    A New Direction on Drugs - Top drug official Michael Botticelli says the old war on drugs is all wrong, and wants to refocus the country's drug policy.Smart Guns - Smart-gun technology is not new, yet these guns are not mass-produced or sold in the U.S., partly due to fears they are a backdoor to greater gun control.Little Jazz Man - Joey Alexander plays jazz like a veteran of decades, but he's just 12 years old.

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  • S48Ep36: Episode 36  5/22/2016   
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    The U.S. Justice Department bungled the economic espionage case against Xiaoxing Xi. The Department investigated him for contact with Chinese scientists that was required by his U.S. funded research grants. Now cleared, Xi, a naturalized citizen of the U.S., fears the false accusations may have lingering repercussions on his promising career. Xi appears in his first television interview in a Bill Whitaker story about Chinese American citizens wrongly accused of economic espionage related crimes for China.

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  • S48Ep33: TBA  5/8/2016   
  • S48Ep32: Strike-through | Fintech | The Children’s Village  5/1/2016   

    Strike-through - A company accused of supplying faulty protective equipment to hospitals during the most recent Ebola outbreak also sold the equipment to the U.S. government's Strategic National Stockpile for use in future outbreaks and emergencies.Fintech - Patrick and John Collison are among a vanguard of entrepreneurs trying to make the movement of money online as easy as sending photos or videos. The young founders of Stripe, a $5 billion payments startup, appear in a Lesley Stahl report on the burgeoning industry known as "Fintech," which is challenging traditional financial institutions. The Children's Village - India Howell fell in love with Tanzania after climbing its famed Mt. Kilimanjaro. This American woman then made a life for herself there that led to new lives for 94 children who now call her "mom."

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  • S48Ep31: April 24, 2016  4/24/2016   

    Ohio's heroin epidemic; congressmen back a bill that would make it a crime for a member of Congress to personally ask for campaign donations; an annual gathering offers solace for people who have lost loved ones in the military.

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  • S48Ep30: Not Paid | Hacking Your Phone  4/17/2016   

    Not Paid - Audits of the nation's biggest insurance companies have uncovered a systemic practice of insurers not paying benefits on millions of policies - even when the companies knew the policyholder was deceased. Lesley Stahl reports that 25 insurance companies, without admitting wrongdoing, have agreed to pay more than $7.5 billion in back death benefits in a series of settlements reached with states across the country. Thirty-five companies still have not settled and remain under investigation.Hacking Your Phone - International experts in mobile security including California-based Lookout founder John Hering and Berlin-based Karsten Nohl of Security Research Labs show how mobile phones and the networks that carry their signals can be exploited by hackers. Hering gathered a group of security researchers in Las Vegas during a hackers convention and they broke into the phone of 60 Minutes correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi. Hering demonstrated how he could read Alfonsi's email and collect her credit card and other private and personal information. Nohl and his team in Berlin showed how they were able to exploit a flaw in a global mobile network called Signaling System Seven -- or SS7. The team was able to monitor and record a phone that 60 Minutes lent to U.S. Rep. Ted Lieu, D-California, a member of the House Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on Information Technology.

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  • S48Ep29: 28 Pages | Rising in the East | Switching Teams  4/10/2016   

    Attempts to declassify a top-secret report that might show Saudi support for some of the 9/11 hijackers; China's film industry; swimmer Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport.

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  • S48Ep28: German Prison Rehabilatation | Choreographer Christopher Wheeldon | Golfer Bubba Watson  4/3/2016   

    The German prison system's emphasis on rehabilitation; ballet choreographer Christopher Wheeldon; professional golfer Bubba Watson.

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  • S48Ep27: Make-A-Wish | The Health Wagon | The Giving Pledge  3/27/2016   

    Make-a-Wish - Bill Whitaker reports on the people behind "Make-A-Wish," the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children in towns across America. Wishes come true because of volunteers and miracle workers.The Health Wagon - Scott Pelley reports on nurse practitioners who are providing badly needed healthcare to the uninsured working poor in Appalachia.The Giving Pledge - A group of billionaires pledges to give at least half their vast fortunes to charity, in hopes of changing the world. Charlie Rose talks to some of them, including founding members Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates.

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  • S48Ep26: Presidente Marci | Cornel West | The Resurrection of St. Benedict’s  3/20/2016   

    Presidente Marci - Argentina's new president reverses course on years of populist economic policies and anti-U.S. rhetoric on the eve of President Obama's visit.Cornel West - The former Princeton professor is a different kind of civil rights leader and has the respect of young activists at the heart of new civil rights efforts, especially the Black Lives Matter movement.The Resurrection of St. Benedict's - Their school motto is "Whatever hurts my brother hurts me" and their graduation rate is 98 percent. Scott Pelley reports on a unique school in Newark.

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  • S48Ep25: Encryption | Aid in Dying | Starchitect  3/13/2016   

    Encryption - The war on terror has created a privacy versus security debate across the world -- including in Europe, site of the Paris attacks, where one thing investigators are looking into is a texting app favored by ISIS that features encryption.Aid in Dying - She was young, beautiful and terminally ill with a brain tumor so invasive and painful she chose to end her life in what advocates call "Death with Dignity." The prescription for the lethal dose of barbiturates Brittany Maynard took was written by Dr. Eric Walsh of Oregon, where the protocol has been legal for 18 years.Starchitect - On 60 Minutes this week, "starchitect" Bjarke Ingels reveals the model of the stadium where the Washington Redskins football team will be playing soon -- complete with a moat for tailgating kayakers.

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  • S48Ep24: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  3/6/2016   

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; the case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship; coal miners from Upper Big Branch mine discuss working conditions; death-row inmates.

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  • S48Ep23: Dead or Alive | Face Blindness  2/28/2016   

    Dead or Alive - Thousands of errors to the Social Security Administration's Death Master File can result in fraudulent payments -- costing taxpayers billions -- and identity headaches. Face Blindness - Imagine you couldn't recognize people's faces, and even your own family looked unfamiliar. Lesley Stahl reports on face blindness, a puzzling neurological disorder, for 60 Minutes.

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  • S48Ep22: 60 Minutes Presents: Preserving the Past  2/28/2016   

    An African-American museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.; Italy's fashion industry helps preserve the nation's architectural treasures; the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, which has been under construction for more than 130 years.

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  • S48Ep21: Recapture of El Chapo | Elaine Weinstein | Danny Boyle  2/21/2016   

    The hunt for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, and his recapture, after he escaped imprisonment for the second time; Elaine Weinstein's efforts to negotiate her husband's release after he was kidnapped in Pakistan; director Danny Boyle ("Steve Jobs").

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  • S48Ep20: John Brennan | FIFA | Danny Clinch  2/14/2016   

    The head of the CIA outlines the threat to America posed by ISIS and discusses other security concerns; then, not playing by the rules? Steve Kroft reports on the unfolding FIFA scandal; and, Anderson Cooper profiles photographer Danny Clinch who captures the music world's "in-between" moments.

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  • S48Ep19: Anonymous, Inc. | Greenland  1/31/2016   

    Anonymous, Inc. - The U.S. has become one of the most popular places for foreigners to hide dirty money. See what happens when hidden cameras capture American lawyers being asked to move highly questionable funds into the U.S. Greenland - Sharyn Alfonsi goes to the top of the world to report on scientists trying to get to the bottom of climate change and sea level rise by studying one of the largest glaciers in the Arctic Circle.

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  • S48Ep18: Heroin in the Heartland, Alive and Kickin’, David Bowie  1/24/2016   

    Heroin addiction in the United States; a singing program in Harlem for senior citizens; clips from a never-completed profile of musician David Bowie.

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  • S48Ep17: The Great Brain Robbery | Sean Penn | Mountain Lions of L.A.  1/17/2016   

    Economic espionage sponsored by the Chinese government is costing U.S. corporations money and jobs; then, Sean Penn on his controversial meeting with the drug kingpin known as "El Chapo;" and Los Angeles is the only megacity in the world where mountain lions live side-by-side with humans

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  • S48Ep16: The Road to Syria | Life After Death Row | Hamilton  1/10/2016   

    The Road to Syria - Bill Whitaker and 60 Minutes cameras were permitted to visit and report from Russia's main military base in Syria, where the Russians are waging an air war against the enemies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Whitaker also interviews a top Russian lawmaker with a critical role in the campaign who expresses his dissatisfaction with Assad, an ally of Russia. Life After Death Row - Three unjustly convicted people who spent years in prison and then were exonerated tell Scott Pelley how they are adjusting to being free. Hamilton - An unorthodox musical with a diverse cast about the life of Alexander Hamilton is creating waves on Broadway and beyond while it smashes box office records.

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  • S48Ep15: Lost In The Bermuda Triangle | Agromafia | Little Jazz Man  1/3/2016   
  • S48Ep14: 60 Minutes Presents: Mob Stories  12/27/2015   

    The apprehension of the notorious Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger; John Gotti Jr. discusses his infamous father, John Gotti Sr.; an FBI agent who infiltrated the Gambino family.

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  • S48Ep13: Inside Apple | Michael Caine  12/20/2015   

    Apple - The CEO of Apple, the world's biggest and richest company, says the notion that his company is avoiding taxes on overseas profits is just "political crap" coming from politicians who refuse to change an antiquated tax code. Charlie Rose conducts a wide-ranging interview with Tim Cook in which the Apple CEO also addresses his company's other hot-button issues including encryption technology and manufacturing products in China. In addition, Rose speaks to Apple design chief Jonathan Ive, who lets 60 Minutes cameras into his studio for a rare look at the process that gave birth to revolutionary products like the iPhone and iPad. Michael Caine - After making films for over 50 years, Michael Caine says his latest is his best work ever. The 82-year-old British actor tells Lesley Stahl that playing the role of Fred Ballinger in the new film "Youth" was also his most difficult. Caine talks about his latest movie and his incredible career on the next edition of 60 Minutes Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT."Secretly, I regarded it as the best thing I ever did," Caine says of "Youth," a film about aging in which he plays a retired conductor and composer. "It was the most difficult and the criterion for that is that I made it look the most easy," he says. The octogenarian actor says he needs the challenge the role posed because, he jokes with Stahl, "I don't get the girl anymore. All I get is grandma." But he tells Stahl being a grandpa is his biggest kick. Ten years ago he began playing Alfred the butler in the Batman trilogy of films. "My grandson looked up at me and said, 'Do you know Batman?' I said 'Yes....I know him very well.' And he told all the boys at school, 'My grandpa knows Batman. Does your grandpa know Batman?'" There is talk of a nomination for best actor; he would be the oldest person to win that Oscar. He has won for best supporting actor twice.

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  • S48Ep12: The New Force Behind Star Wars | Lewis Hamilton  12/13/2015   
  • S48Ep11: Confidential Informants | Bonobos | The Spy Among Us  12/6/2015   

    Confidential Informants: Rachel Hoffman, 23, was caught by police with five ounces of marijuana and a few ecstasy and Valium pills. The authorities offered her a deal: they wouldn't charge her for a crime that could send her to jail, they said, if she helped law enforcement bring down some bigger dealers. With no undercover experience, she agreed to become a confidential informant. She was murdered in the course of a drug deal she did under law enforcement direction. Hoffman's story is part of a Lesley Stahl investigation into the controversial use of young, small-time drug dealers as untrained undercover informants in the war on drugs.Bonobos: In one of nature's bitter ironies, the most peaceful primate on Earth is being driven to extinction by human behavior. In Democratic Republic of Congo, the only place where bonobos are found, Anderson Cooper visits a preserve that cares for the abandoned young of these great apes, which are treated like human babies by the people who care for them. The Spy Among Us: Jack Barsky held a job at some of the top corporations in America and lived a seemingly normal life as a father and husband -- all while spying for the Soviet Union in the last days of the Cold War.

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  • S48Ep10: The Last Prisoner | The Execution of Joseph Wood | Taking on the Eiger  11/29/2015   

    The Last Prisoner- When Cuban authorities locked him up for helping its citizens get unrestricted Internet access, Alan Gross figured he would be out in a jiffy -- after all, he was working for the U.S. government. But after two weeks, he knew he was in trouble and wondered why the people at the U.S. Agency for International Development who had hired him hadn't come to his rescue. Gross was an electronics consultant hired by USAID to set up independent Internet connections in Cuba, an illegal activity because it bypassed censorship in the communist country. His efforts landed him in custody for five years until he was released last December on the same day the U.S. released three Cubans it held. Gross tells Scott Pelley about his ordeal and his activities that led up to his arrest in his first interview. The Execution of Joseph Wood- The execution of a man in Arizona with a new cocktail of drugs was supposed to take about 10 minutes. It took almost two hours, the longest execution in U.S. history. Taking on the Eiger - If a villain were about to kill James Bond at the top of a Swiss peak, 007 might make an incredible escape like this. And JT Holmes would be the stuntman to pull it off. The extreme sportsman has been waiting for years to try it. And when the weather was finally right, he flew, skied and then jumped off the Eiger's rock face, pulling a parachute to break his 100-mph free fall. 60 Minutes cameras were there to record the breathtaking event, tried by Holmes for the first time on the famous peak that's more than two miles high.

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  • S48Ep9: Islamic State | Kenya  11/22/2015   

    The terror attacks in Paris have prompted police departments to train officers and members of the public how to respond and stay alive during a shooting; the battle against Islamic State group; a cellphone-based payment system in Kenya.

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  • S48Ep8: The Paris Attacks | The Speaker of the House | Football and the Brain  11/15/2015   

    The Speaker of the House: New Speaker of the House Paul Ryan tells Scott Pelley he thinks he will be able to find common ground with the Democrats on critical issues like tax policy, infrastructure and funding the government. Two weeks after his election, the Wisconsin Republican invited Pelley to his hometown of Janesville to talk politics, policy and family for the next edition of 60 Minutes.Football and the Brain: Steve Kroft examines the state of concussion safety and science in football, especially in the NFL.

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  • S48Ep7: Into Dangerous Hands | The Collider | Hamilton  11/8/2015   

    Into Dangerous Hands - There are probably more people like NSA leaker Edward Snowden working right now with America's secrets says a former deputy secretary of Defense. John Hamre tells Scott Pelley that the U.S. security clearance process -- the one that green-lit Snowden as well as convicted spy Chelsea Manning and mass murderer Aaron Alexis -- is obsolete. In fact, an internal government memo obtained by 60 Minutes warns the process could contain "systemic problems.The Collider - It's already helped scientists find what some call the "God Particle." What else will the Large Hadron Collider reveal as it begins work at nearly double the power?Hamilton - An unorthodox musical with a diverse cast about the life of Alexander Hamilton is creating waves on Broadway and beyond while it smashes box office records.

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  • S48Ep6: Heroin in the Heartland  11/1/2015   

    Federal and local authorities all over the country say it's the biggest drug epidemic today. Not methamphetamines or cocaine, but heroin.You might think of heroin as primarily an inner-city problem. But dealers, connected to Mexican drug cartels, are making huge profits by expanding to new, lucrative markets: suburbs all across the country. It's basic economics. The dealers are going where the money is and they're cultivating a new set of consumers: high school students, college athletes, teachers and professionals. Heroin is showing up everywhere -- in places like Columbus, Ohio . The area has long been viewed as so typically Middle American that, for years, many companies have gone there to test new products. We went to the Columbus suburbs to see how heroin is taking hold in the heartland.

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  • S48Ep5: Vice President Biden | The New Burma | Inside the Air War  10/25/2015   

    Vice President Biden- Joe Biden will discuss his decision not to run for president on 60 Minutes. The vice president will appear, with his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, on television for the first time since announcing Wednesday that he will not seek the Democratic presidential nomination.The New Burma - 60 Minutes goes to Burma before the country's historic elections to report on its democratic movement and speak to the Nobel Prize-winning woman most responsible for it. Bill Whitaker reports from the former military dictatorship and speaks to the iconic opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.Inside the Air War - On the combat operations floor of the nerve center for the air war against ISIS, David Martin and 60 Minutes cameras watch as a B-1 bomber zeroes in on its target. On one wall they can see a map tracking all the planes -- including Russian -- over Iraq and Syria. On another wall, they watch a live-video feed from an unmanned drone orbiting the target -- a cluster of buildings which U.S. intelligence believes is hiding an ISIS car bomb factory. Lt. Gen. Charles Brown, the commander of the air war, joins them on the operations floor and describes the strike as it unfolds in real time. This is the first-ever look inside the command center -- located in a bunker-like building in the Persian Gulf country of Qatar -- for the 14-month-old air campaign against ISIS. The air war costs the U.S. $10 million-a-day and Lt. Gen. Brown describes for Martin the amount of work that single B-1 strike entailed. "Scheduling-wise [its] about a three-day process and some of those targets we've looked at for...days, weeks and sometimes months," he tells Martin. The mission 60 Minutes follows results in the destruction of the buildings with secondary explosions indicating that explosives were stored inside. It is one of 47 such facilities the U.S. and allied planes have hit over the past six weeks. Brown acknowledges that ISIS will probably set up another factory elsewhere, but that, he says, is the nature of this war, which pits a superpower against an enemy intent on dragging the Middle East back to the Middle Ages.

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  • S48Ep4: Seeking Asylum | Make-A-Wish | Revis Island  10/18/2015   

    Refugees from the Middle East seeking asylum in Germany; the people behind the Make-a-Wish foundation, who grant the wishes of seriously ill children; New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.

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  • S48Ep3: President Obama | 30 Years on Death Row  10/11/2015   
  • S48Ep2: Hands off the Wheel | Patrick Kennedy | The Hidden Holocaust  10/4/2015   

    Hands off the Wheel: Self-driving cars may sound like science fiction but they're already hitting the road for research as carmakers and tech companies race to develop the potentially life-saving technology. Bill Whitaker goes to Silicon Valley to take a ride and take stock of the emerging industry and two of its leaders, Google and Mercedes-Ben. Patrick Kennedy: A Kennedy son breaks the silence about his and his family's alcoholism in an effort to help others overcome their own addictions. Lesley Stahl reports.The Hidden Holocaust: They lie in unmarked mass graves throughout the former Soviet Union, forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose stories haven't been told. Father Patrick Desbois is determined to find them for history and for humanity. The French Catholic priest takes Lara Logan to some of the sites his work has discovered.

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  • S48Ep1: Vladimir Putin | Donald Trump  9/27/2015   

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  • S44Ep53: President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney  9/23/2012   
  • S44Ep52: The Spymaster Speaks/The Player/The Year of Adele  9/16/2012   
  • S44Ep51: Killing Bin Laden  9/9/2012   
  • S44Ep50: Resurrecting Chrysler/The Flavorists/Teacher to the World  9/2/2012   
  • S44Ep49: The Pledge/Stem Cell Fraud/The Sport of Kings  8/26/2012   
  • S44Ep48: Season 44, Episode 48  9/23/2012   
  • S44Ep47: Season 44, Episode 47  9/9/2012   
  • S44Ep46: Season 44, Episode 46  8/26/2012   

    Steve Kroft interviews Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform; Scott Pelley reports on the sale of stem cells on the Internet and its potential danger to patients; Lara Logan profiles polo player Ignacio Figueras.

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  • S44Ep45: Season 44, Episode 45  8/19/2012   

    The financial collapse of Lehman Brothers is studied via a conversation with a bank examiner who investigated the financial-service firm. Also: a sex-abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church; and an interview with classic rockers Aerosmith.

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  • S44Ep44: Season 44, Episode 44  8/12/2012   
  • S44Ep43: Season 44, Episode 43  8/5/2012   
  • S44Ep42: Season 44, Episode 42  7/29/2012   

    A report on homelessness in central Florida. Also: the life and death of Vincent van Gogh is discussed with biographers, who say that the widely-accepted notion that he committed suicide may not be true.

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  • S44Ep41: Season 44, Episode 41  7/1/2012   

    Steve Kroft examines the computer worm Stuxnet; Bob Simon visits Qatar; Lesley Stahl reports on the black-market trade of pricey white truffles.

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  • S44Ep40: Season 44, Episode 40  6/24/2012   

    An investigation into the validity of humanitarian Greg Mortenson's best-selling stories. Also: Howard Buffett, who will succeed his father, Warren Buffett, as the head of a multibillion-dollar holding company; and tennis player Novak Djokovic.

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  • S44Ep39: Season 44, Episode 39  6/17/2012   

    Steve Kroft reports on how U.S. lawmakers legally buy stock based on nonpublic information; Byron Pitts profiles Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County; Lesley Stahl interviews Taylor Swift.

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  • S44Ep38: Insiders, Freeman Hrabowski, Taylor Swift  6/10/2012   

    Steve Kroft reports on how America's lawmakers could legally buy stock based on non-public information simply because they wouldn't pass a law against themselves - a law they finally passed after this story first ran. University President Freeman Hrabowski has turned the University of Maryland Baltimore County into a well-known producer of outstanding scientists and engineers, many of whom are minorities. Byron Pitts reports. She writes and sings all her own songs, sells millions of records and she's just 22 years old. Lesley Stahl profiles music sensation Taylor Swift.

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  • S44Ep37: Defense Secretary Panetta, Big Game Hunting, Parker And Stone  6/3/2012   

    He's balanced the budget, run the CIA and eliminated Osama bin Laden. Now, Leon Panetta takes on another great challenge as U.S. Secretary of Defense, with massive responsibilities, including keeping Iran from producing a nuclear bomb. Scott Pelley reports. The same kinds of exotic, sometimes endangered, big game species found in places like Africa can be hunted here in the U.S. for a price. The ranchers who breed them claim to be preserving them, a notion animal rights people strongly disagree with. Lara Logan reports. Steve Kroft talks to Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of Comedy Central's "South Park" and follows the process that each week produces another scathing and hilarious episode for the biggest hit on basic cable television. Now the disrespectful duo also have one of the biggest hits on Broadway, the musical comedy "The Book of Mormon".

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  • S44Ep36: SpaceX, The Murder of an American Nazi, Angelina  5/27/2012   

    The company founded by Elon Musk recently became the first private firm to launch a space vehicle into orbit and successfully dock it at the International Space Station. The next test for SpaceX is whether it can compete against larger, more entrenched aeronautical companies to become the first private venture to put a man into orbit. Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl reports on the murder of a neo-Nazi leader and captures a growing subculture of hate playing out in America's backyards and alongside the border -- where neo-Nazis patrol in order to keep illegal immigrants out. Bob Simon profiles international film star Angelina Jolie, who has gone behind the camera to direct a film for the first time.

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  • S44Ep35: 60 Minutes Presents: Honoring Our Troops  5/20/2012   

    Never Seen The Like - After many requests for help from his ambushed unit were denied, Dakota Meyer took matters into his own hands, going through a gauntlet of Taliban fire five times to try and to save his trapped comrades. His efforts earned him the Medal of Honor. David Martin reports. Operation Proper Exit - This unique program takes wounded warriors back to the battlefield in an effort to provide closure that often leads to better lives for these veterans and their families. Scott Pelley reports. Marine Brothers - Lara Logan reports on five sets of brothers in the Marine Reserves who fought for the right to be on the front lines of combat in Afghanistan with their siblings.

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  • S44Ep34: Final Resting Place, Tel Aviv, The Many Meryls  5/20/2012   

    Problems at America's cemeteries, including exhuming bodies so plots can be resold, are raising questions about whether the multi-billion dollar business needs more monitoring. Anderson Cooper reports. Beneath the beauty and exuberance of Israel's largest city lies the cold truth no resident forgets: that the city has been attacked before and could come under attack again in the increasingly volatile Middle East. Bob Simon reports. The two-time Oscar-winner and Grande Dame of American screen and stage sits down with Morley Safer to discuss her many, memorable roles.

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  • S44Ep33: Dropping Out, Hard Cases, Roger Waters  5/13/2012   

    A billionaire's program to pay students with promising ideas to drop out of college is attracting students and critics. Internet business pioneer Peter Thiel thinks his program is a viable alternative to what he sees as a costly and ineffective university system. Morley Safer reports. The last resort for patients with rare, undiagnosed medical conditions is Dr. William Gahl's Undiagnosed Diseases Program at the National Institutes of Health. Lara Logan reports. Pink Floyd's creative force is still performing the rock opera "The Wall" to sold-out stadiums around the world. Steve Kroft catches up with the rock legend.

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  • S44Ep32: Hank, The Gulen Movement, The Role of a Lifetime  5/6/2012   

    Legendary retired covert CIA Officer Henry "Hank" Crumpton tells his spy stories to Lara Logan, including his role in the early war in Afghanistan as Deputy Director of the CIA's Counter-Terrorism Center. A worldwide Islamic movement that has inspired scores of public charter schools here in the U.S. is led by a Turkish cleric living in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Lesley Stahl reports on Fethullah Gulen and his message of education. "CSI: NY" star Gary Sinise's appearance in "Forrest Gump" helped lead to his humanitarian efforts for disabled veterans like the "Lt. Dan" character he made so memorable in the classic film. David Martin reports.

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  • S44Ep31: The Raptor, Cleaning Up Whitley County, Michael Phelps  4/29/2012   

    Two pilots who choose not to fly the nation's top fighter jet because of safety and health concerns risk their wings to become military whistleblowers and speak out about the F-22 Raptor. Lesley Stahl reports. A corrupt sheriff in a drug-infested Kentucky county who federal authorities initially failed to indict was finally foiled by a pair of twenty-something journalists from the local newspaper. Byron Pitts reports. The Olympic gold wunderkind is back to a strict training regimen after a lull that included some fun downtime and unimpressive races. He tells Anderson Cooper he's now ready for the London games, where his coach predicts another multiple gold medal effort.

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  • S44Ep30: Hard Measures, Hooked  4/22/2012   

    The former head of the CIA's Clandestine Service, Jose Rodriguez, talks to Lesley Stahl about the "enhanced interrogation techniques", including waterboarding, used on high-level al Qaeda detainees. The ex-spy was the man behind those techniques that some would consider torture and he defends their use for the first time. Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, uses the brain scans of addicts to show how difficult it is to just say no to drugs and other addictive behaviors, including eating. Morley Safer reports.

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  • S44Ep29: The Case Against Lehman, Christians of the Holy Land, The Trouble with Treasure  4/15/2012   

    Steve Kroft talks to the bank examiner whose investigation reveals the how and why of the spectacular financial collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bankruptcy that triggered the world financial crisis. Bob Simon reports on the slow exodus from the Holy Land of Palestinian Christians, who say life in the middle of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has become too difficult. Jay Miscovich says he found a cache of emeralds on the bottom of the ocean off of Florida, but it may be years before he can profit from the treasure. Armen Keteyian reports.

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  • S44Ep28: Remembering Mike Wallace  4/8/2012   

    "60 Minutes" will devote its entire hour to its beloved colleague and founding correspondent, Mike Wallace, who died on April 7 at the age of 93. David Browning and Warren Lustig are the producers.

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  • S44Ep27: An Imperfect Union, The Sport of Kings, Joy in the Congo  4/1/2012   

    An Imperfect Union: Steve Kroft reports on the debt crisis in Europe, where weaker members of the European Union struggle to pay debt and try to avoid a financial crisis in the Eurozone that could spread to the U.S. The Sport of Kings: Polo is one of the oldest organized sports in the world and its leading star, Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, plays it with a style befitting his other role as the face of Ralph Lauren's iconic fashion brand, Polo. Lara Logan reports. Joy in the Congo: The Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra grew from one man's dream to 200 musicians and vocalists providing joy to the poor, bleak capital of Kinshasa. It's now the only symphony orchestra in Central Africa and the only all-black one in the world. Bob Simon reports.

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  • S44Ep26: Hard Landing, Sugar, Art Market  3/25/2012   

    Seven thousand employees of the Kennedy Space Center lost their jobs when the final Space Shuttle was launched last July, a loss of income that's hit the local economy hard. Scott Pelley reports. A prominent doctor who treats childhood obesity believes the high amount of sugar in the American diet, much of it in processed foods, is killing us. And as Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, new studies seem to support his theory that sugar is toxic. Morley Safer visits the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair where prices for contemporary art are spiking upward in a market that's been outperforming stocks since 2003.

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  • S44Ep25: Resurrecting Chrysler, Evidence of Innocence, Novak Djokovic  3/18/2012   

    Just a few years ago, Chrysler was in chapter 11, its future bleak. Now, with a new leader in Sergio Marchionne and a new company forged by an alliance with Fiat, the automaker has made a remarkable turnaround to profitability. Steve Kroft reports. Michael Morton was finally freed when DNA evidence exonerated him after 25 years in prison; he speaks out in his first interview. As Lara Logan reports, Morton's case is one of a series of high profile wrongful convictions that have cast a harsh light on prosecutors. He's the number-one tennis player in the world. He is a hero to his Serbian people and he has quite a sense of humor. Bob Simon profiles Wimbledon winner Novak Djokovic.

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  • S44Ep24: SpaceX, Face Blindness  3/11/2012   

    Elon Musk was the first private citizen to launch a space vehicle into orbit and bring it back to Earth. Now, the founder of SpaceX is competing against larger, more entrenched aeronautical companies to become the first private venture to put a man into orbit. Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl reports on a little known condition that prevents people from remembering faces, even those of family members. Some studies estimate that as many as one in 50 people are afflicted with face blindness. Remarkably, Stahl found others who are the opposite when it comes to face recognition. "Super recognizers" never forget a face, no matter how long ago they saw it.

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  • S44Ep23: The Spymaster Speaks, Teacher to the World, Aerosmith  3/4/2012   

    While the possibility of a nuclear-armed Iran becomes an election year issue, the former head of Israel's intelligence service, Meir Dagan, sits down with Lesley Stahl to discuss the Iranian nuclear question. On his educational website, "Khan Academy," he teaches millions of students across the world each month. Sal Khan's teaching method has become so effective that it may be the future of American education. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports. An inside look at how, despite their differences, one of America's premier rock bands defied age, substance abuse and changing musical tastes to stay together for 40 years. Lara Logan goes on tour with and interviews the members of Aerosmith.

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  • S44Ep22: Stuxnet, The Archbishop of Dublin, Redshirting  2/26/2012   

    The sophisticated computer worm that sabotaged Iran's nuclear program is now out there, its idea and methods exposed to terrorists or rogue nations who could use them to create their own cyberweapon. Steve Kroft reports. The sex abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church has rocked one of the most Catholic countries in the world and turned the archbishop of Dublin into an outspoken critic of the church. Bob Simon reports. Morley Safer reports on the rising incidence of "redshirting," holding back children from school who have late birthdays so they can be the oldest instead of the youngest in their class.

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  • S44Ep21: The Birdmen, The Sharkman, Alone on the Wall  2/19/2012   

    In the latest craze that has killed several extreme adventurers, men don wing suits, jump off mountain tops and glide at speeds of 140 miles per hour. Steve Kroft reports. Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with Great White sharks and the South African diver who's spent more time up close with the ocean's most feared predator than anyone else. "60 Minutes" cameras capture a feat never documented before: viewers will see Alex Honnold scale a 1,600-ft. rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. Lara Logan interviews the 26-year-old about his technique and his sport where there can be no mistakes.

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  • S44Ep20: Trapped in Unemployment, Treating Depression, The Mozart of Chess  2/12/2012   

    As the number of Americans without work for a year or two rises into the millions, Scott Pelley reports on a program designed to help the long term unemployed back into the workplace. A Harvard psychologist says drugs used to treat depression do work, but for the most part, it's not the chemical that's making people feel better, it's the placebo effect. Lesley Stahl reports. Grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is the number one chess player in the world and he loves to see his opponents squirm. Bob Simon reports.

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  • S44Ep19: Deception at Duke, India’s Gold, The year of Adele  1/29/2012   2

    Scott Pelley reports on a Duke University oncologist whose supervisor says he manipulated the data in his study of a breakthrough cancer therapy. The demand for gold in India accounts for an amazing 32 percent of the worldwide market for the precious metal. And no wonder. The most important tradition at nearly all the 10 million annual weddings in India is the lavish gold jewelry. Byron Pitts reports. Her second album has sold nearly 18 million copies worldwide, putting the British singing sensation on top of the charts and up for six Grammys. Anderson Cooper talks to Adele about her success and the vocal cord surgery that saved her voice.

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  • S44Ep18: Defense Secretary Panetta, The Commissioner, Big Game Hunting  1/22/2012   

    He's balanced the budget, run the CIA and eliminated Osama bin Laden. Now, Leon Panetta takes on another great challenge as U.S. Secretary of Defense, with massive responsibilities, including keeping Iran from producing a nuclear bomb. Scott Pelley reports. He presides over the most successful entertainment business in America, the wildly popular NFL. Steve Kroft gets inside Roger Goodell and his $10 billion business model that continues to practically mint money. The same kinds of exotic, sometimes endangered, species found in places like Africa can be hunted here in the U.S. for a price. The ranchers who breed them claim to be preserving them, a notion animal rights people strongly disagree with. Lara Logan reports.

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  • S44Ep17: The Great Migration, The Secret Language of Elephants, Jane Goodall  1/15/2012   

    Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration, and looks at the threats to this natural spectacle comprised of over a million animals. Researchers listening to elephant sounds and observing their behavior are compiling an elephant dictionary. Bob Simon goes to Central Africa to listen to the language of the forest elephants first hand. Jane Goodall brings Lara Logan and 60 MINUTES cameras back to the forests of Tanzania, where she began her love affair with chimpanzees 50 years ago, to remind the public that chimps are endangered.

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  • S44Ep16: Groupon, Qatar, Jake  1/8/2012   

    In his first major interview since taking the multibillion dollar Internet company public late last year, the founder and CEO of online daily deals site Groupon talks about the company Forbes called the fastest growing in the world. The tiny and prosperous Middle Eastern country with no income taxes and free health care is an island of calm in a sea of unrest as neighbors like Syria, Egypt and Bahrain experience social upheaval. Bob Simon reports. At 13 years old, Jake Barnett is already attending college and tutoring his much older "peers." In fact, the math and science prodigy was acing college courses when he was just eight and hopes to use his gift to change the world someday. Morley Safer reports.

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  • S44Ep15: Stem Cell Fraud, Marine Brothers, The Most Expensive Food in the World  12/18/2011   

    Stem cells still have not proven to be the panacea many claimed they could be, yet the Internet is alive with stem cells for sale to treat incurable illnesses. Scott Pelley reports on one man offering to treat cerebral palsy who a respected stem cell researcher says could be endangering patients. Lara Logan reports on five sets of brothers in the Marine Reserves who fought for the right to be on the front line of combat in Afghanistan with their siblings. European white truffles can sell for as much as $3,600 a pound. But harvests are down and a black market has emerged that has allowed an influx of inferior and cheap Chinese truffles that are diluting this lucrative market. Lesley Stahl reports.

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  • S44Ep14: The Majority Leader, The Perfect Score, Alone on the Wall  12/11/2011   

    Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor about his life and the recent bipartisan wars in Congress. In his first interview about his criminal fraud, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others who paid him up to $2,500 per test. Alison Stewart reports. "60 Minutes" cameras capture a feat never documented before: viewers will see Alex Honnold scale a 1,600-foot rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. Lara Logan interviews Honnold about his skills and his unique sport where there can be no mistakes.

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  • S44Ep13: There Goes the Neighborhood, Gardens of the Queen, The Many Meryls  12/4/2011   

    Recession-fueled foreclosures are causing extremely high vacancy rates in some neighborhoods, ruining the values of the occupied homes and forcing the demolitions of once valuable properties. Scott Pelley reports. "60 Minutes" cameras take viewers on an underwater adventure off the Cuban coast to one of the world's most pristine and vibrant coral reefs. But as Anderson Cooper reports, reefs like these are already dying and could disappear someday if mankind isn't more careful.

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  • S44Ep12: President Obama, Howard Buffett  11/27/2011   

    On Friday, December 9, Steve Kroft sat down with President Obama in the Cabinet Room and asks him a wide-ranging questions of subjects which include his record, his leadership, the economy and his re-election hopes. This is a double-length feature.Lesley Stahl profiles Howard Buffett, son of investor Warren Buffett. Warren has chosen Howard to succeed him as head of Berkshire-Hathaway.

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  • S44Ep11: Prosecuting Wall Street, Michael Bubl  11/20/2011   

    In a two-part segment, Steve Kroft interviews two whistleblowers from Countrywide and Citi Group about fraudulent and substandard mortgages and how their warnings were ignored by their companies. The report, which is the culmination of a nine-month investigation and includes interviews with the Department of Justice, offers a look into the root causes of the subprime mortgage crisis, which is still a drag on the struggling United States economy.Lara Logan profiles three-time Grammy Award winning Canadian-born singer Michael Bubl

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  • S44Ep10: Hard Times Generation, The Flavorists, Angelina  11/13/2011   

    In a follow up to a March 6, 2011 story, Scott Pelley returns back to central Florida to interview homeless families who are forced to live in cars. Morley Safer reports on the real and artificial flavors industry, upon which food manufacturers rely to make their foods and beverages desirable to consumers.Bob Simon profiles Angelina Jolie, who is making her directorial debut with the film In the Land of Blood and Honey.

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  • S44Ep9: The Pledge, Christine Lagarde, Taylor Swift  11/6/2011   

    Steve Kroft profiles Grover Norquist, whose Americans For Tax Reform group has obtained anti-tax pledges from nearly all Republican politicians in Washington and who many blame for the current stalemate in the Nation's Capital.Lara Logan profiles the new head of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, who replaced the disgraced Dominique Strauss-Kahn and became one of the most powerful women in the world.Lesley Stahl profiles Taylor Swift who, at the ripe age of 21, writes and sings all her own songs and sells millions of records.

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  • S44Ep8: Insiders, Taser, Freeman Hrabowski  10/30/2011   

    Steve Kroft reports on how America's lawmakers can legally buy stock and real estate based on information not available to the public.David Martin reports on tasers, a non-lethal device that has saved lives and prevented serious injury to suspects and police. But a new study says some authorities use it too quickly, with deadly consequences.Byron Pitts profiles University of Maryland Baltimore County President Freeman Hrabowski has turned UMBC into an institution which produces outstanding scientists and engineers, many of whom are minorities.

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  • S44Ep7: The Lobbyist’s Playbook, Operation Proper Exit, Andy Rooney  10/23/2011   

    Jack Abramoff, the Republican lobbyist who spent 3 1/2 years in prison for his part in one of the largest Washington corruption scandals in decades gives his first television interview and opens up his playbook to Lesley Stahl, telling her that not much has changed since.Scott Pelley reports on Operation Proper Exit, a unique military program which takes wounded soldiers back to the battlefield in an effort to provide closure that often leads to better lives for these veterans and their families.Morley Safer presents a tribute to beloved 60 Minutes commentator and 'grouch-in-chief' Andy Rooney, who died on November 4th at the age of 92.

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  • S44Ep6: Madoff, All-American  10/16/2011   

    In a double-length feature, Morley Safer interviews Ruth and Andrew Madoff, the wife and son of Bernie Madoff about what it's like to be a Madoff.Mark Herzlich of the New York Giants talks about his battle with bone cancer, which he has been fighting since his days at Boston College.

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  • S44Ep5: Steve Jobs, Apps for Autism  10/9/2011   

    In a double-length segment, Steve Kroft interviews biographer Walter Isaacson, who wrote Steve Jobs authorized biography. The feature includes Jobs telling his story in his own words from over 40 interviews he gave to Isaacson. Among Jobs' revelations are that he refused potentially life-saving surgery on the cancer that recently killed him.Lesley Stahl reports on special applications for the iPad that allow autistic people to make breakthroughs in communicating, some for the first time.

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  • S44Ep4: Running the War, The Life and Death of Vincent van Gogh  10/2/2011   

    Scott Pelley talks to General John Allen, the man in charge of the war in Afghanistan, which hits the 10 year mark. As guerrilla tactics are still exacting a high human toll, Gen. Allen says that some U.S. troops will need to be there longer than most Americans thought.In a double length segment, Morley Safer looks at the troubled life of artist Vincent van Gogh through the eyes of Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith, whose exhaustive investigation produced the biography Van Gogh: The Life. The authors say their research strongly indicates van Gogh may not have taken his own life.

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  • S44Ep3: The Jobs Czar, The Revolution, The Player  9/25/2011   

    Lesley Stahl interviews General Electric Chairman Jeffrey Immelt, the man chosen by President Obama to lead the quest for American jobs.Bob Simon reports on post Hosni Mubarak Egypt, where the country's military is continuing the repression and torture that citizens endured under the ousted President.Scott Pelley interviews NFL super-agent Drew Rosenhaus, who represents more NFL players than any other agent.

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  • S44Ep2: After the Wave, Alone on the Wall, The One and Only Andy Rooney  9/18/2011   

    Bob Simon reports on the March 2011 tsunami's destruction of the Japanese town of Otsuchi and its bond to the town of Fort Bragg, CA, Lara Logan profiles free-soloing rock climber Alex Honnold, the subject of the movie Alone on the Wall and Morley Safer interviews 92-year old Andy Rooney, who is making his final regular appearance on the program.

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  • S44Ep1: The Counter-Terrorism Bureau, The Murder of an American Nazi, Parker & Stone  9/11/2011   

    The 44th Season opens with three segments:New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly takes Scott Pelley on a personal tour of the city's anti-terror defenses, which rival most nation's armies.Lesley Stahl gets inside the growing neo-Nazi movement in America.Steve Kroft profiles Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of Comedy Central's animated hit South Park.

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Season 43

Season 42

  • S42Ep47: Episode 47  8/29/2010   
  • S42Ep46: Episode 46  8/22/2010   
  • S42Ep45: Episode 45  8/15/2010   
  • S42Ep44: Episode 44  8/8/2010   
  • S42Ep43: Episode 43  8/1/2010   
  • S42Ep42: Episode 42  7/18/2010   
  • S42Ep41: Episode 41  7/18/2010   
  • S42Ep40: Episode 40  7/11/2010   
  • S42Ep39: 60 Minutes Presents: Into The Wild  7/4/2010   

    THE DEADLIEST WEAPON - Byron Pitts and 60 MINUTES cameras spend two days on the road with a bomb-hunting unit in Afghanistan as they encounter one deadly bomb after another. RESURRECTING THE EXTINCT - Scientists believe they can sustain endangered species - maybe even one day resurrect some that have died out - using DNA technology. Lesley Stahl reports. ANNA WINTOUR - The sunglasses come off the high-queen of haute couture in this rare and unprecedented interview, in which the Vogue editor reveals why she always wears them and much more to Morley Safer in her first long-length interview for U.S. television.

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  • S42Ep38: Episode 38  6/27/2010   
  • S42Ep37: Episode 37  6/6/2010   

    THE SWINDLER - To understand how Bernard Madoff could have done what he did, listen to so-called "mini-Madoff" Ponzi schemer Marc Dreier tell Steve Kroft in his first television interview how he scammed $400 million. THE CASE AGAINST NADA PROUTY - Former FBI and CIA terrorism fighter Nada Prouty was herself accused of aiding terrorism, but in her first interview, she denies she was anything other than a patriot. Scott Pelley investigates her case. THE SHARKMAN - Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with great white sharks and the South African who's spent more time up close with the ocean’s most feared predator than anyone else.

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  • S42Ep36: Episode 36  5/30/2010   

    Previously un-broadcast material about his life as the son of a mob boss will be featured in an hour-long interview with John Gotti, Jr. The special hour's new footage includes stories about his father, the late John "Teflon Don" Gotti, feelings about his privacy now and a look at his "Indian Room," a smoking room that doubles as shrine to famous Native Americans.

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  • S42Ep35: 60 Minutes Presents: Gotti  5/30/2010   

    This hour explores the world of Spanish bullfighting brothers Francisco and Cayetano Rivera-Ordonez, top matadors from one of Spain's most famous bullfighting families. Bob Simon follows the bullfighters outside and in the ring, where the "dance of death" nearly ends the life of Cayetano in a horrifying moment caught on camera.

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  • S42Ep34: Episode 34  5/23/2010   

    ARE THEY SAFE? - Chemicals called phthalates, found in soft plastic products we use every day, are so ubiquitous that traces of them can be found in everybody. The government has banned some of them in children's toys for fear they may be harmful, but are they? THE SEED SCHOOL - There's a unique school that's giving kids from an inner-city neighborhood that only graduates 33 percent of its high school students a shot at college they never had before. Byron Pitts reports on Seed School, the first urban, public boarding school. MARTY'S BIG IDEA - Hear the story of the invention of the cell phone from the man whose team came up with it at Motorola. The inventor, Martin Cooper, is still at it, improving the gadget he came up with 37 years ago.

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  • S42Ep33: Episode 33  5/16/2010   

    THE BLOWOUT - Scott Pelley investigates the explosion that killed 11, causing the ongoing oil leak in the waters off of Louisiana, and speaks to one of the oil rig platform crew survivors who was in a position to know what caused the disaster and how it could have been prevented. The report contains never-before-seen footage of the minutes after the explosion and new information about what led up to it. GUSTAVO DUDAMEL - Now that he is the musical director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel wants to transplant in the U.S. the Venezuelan child orchestra system that changed his life. Bob Simon reports.

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  • S42Ep32: Episode 32  5/9/2010   

    HOMEGROWN TERROR - Steve Kroft reports on American citizens - like the recent would-be Times Square bomber - who have traveled abroad for terrorist training in order to attack America or its allies. THE SECRETARY OF STATE - Scott Pelley follows Hillary Rodham Clinton as she performs her duties as secretary of state and questions her on the latest developments in foreign policy and the recent terror scare in New York's Times Square. WALKING AWAY - It's estimated that one million Americans walked away from homes "underwater" or worth less than their mortgages even though they could afford the payments. Morley Safer reports on this trend, called strategic default, that threatens the economic recovery.

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  • S42Ep31: Episode 31  5/2/2010   

    THE ALL AMERICAN CANAL - The most dangerous body of water in the U.S. is a deep canal on the Mexican border with California where over 550 people - mostly illegal immigrants - have drowned. Scott Pelley reports. CHEF JOSE ANDRES - Pioneering Chef Jose Andres takes Anderson Cooper's taste buds on a savory tour of his culinary laboratory, featuring his avant-garde cooking technique, molecular gastronomy. CONAN - Late-night television comedian Conan O'Brien appears in his first interview since having to give back his spot on the "Tonight Show" to Jay Leno. Steve Kroft reports.

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  • S42Ep30: Episode 30  4/25/2010   

    THE NARRATIVE - A former member of a Muslim extremist group tells Lesley Stahl the reason for the increase in home-grown jihadists like the U.S. Army major accused of shooting 13 at Ft. Hood is an ideology called "the narrative," which states America is at war with Islam. BOOSTING BRAIN POWER - More people, especially college students trying to improve their grades, are illegally boosting their brain power by using prescription "smart drugs" like Ritalin and Aderall, meant for those with attention deficit disorders. COMPETING AGAINST TIME - Byron Pitts reports from the construction site of the future Bay Bridge from San Francisco to Oakland, Calif., where there’s a race to complete the new, earthquake-resistant span alongside the old structure, which authorities fear cannot stand up to the next large earthquake.

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  • S42Ep29: Episode 29  4/18/2010   

    21ST CENTURY SNAKE OIL - 60 MINUTES hidden cameras expose medical conmen who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. PACINO - In a rare sit-down interview, Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino talks to Katie Couric about his films and how he prepares for them, including his upcoming movie in which he stars as Dr. Jack Kevorkian.

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  • S42Ep28: Episode 28  4/11/2010   

    GOTTI - John Gotti, Jr. talks to Steve Kroft in his first extended television interview about growing up with an infamous father - convicted mafia boss John Gotti - whom he strove to please by living a life of crime but eventually betrayed by leaving that life. DISCOVERY - The fossilized skull and bones found by a 9-year-old boy on a fossil hunt with his scientist father are the discovery of a lifetime and may prove to be a new link in the human evolutionary chain.

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  • S42Ep27: Episode 27  4/4/2010   

    PATENTED GENES - Should companies be able to own human genes? Morley Safer examines the idea of biotech firms patenting genes for profit, a controversy now being played out in courts of law. AMERICA'S GIFT - Many Ugandans have been saved by an American program that provides affordable anti-retroviral medicines to fight HIV and AIDS. But as a result, people are now becoming less fearful of the virus and continue to spread it by practicing unsafe sex. GOING SMOKELESS - As cigarette sales plunge, tobacco companies are marketing new, smokeless products to skirt smoking bans and keep customers. Lesley Stahl investigates the pros and cons of the new products.

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  • S42Ep26: Episode 26  3/28/2010   

    THE CASE AGAINST NADA PROUTY - Former FBI and CIA terrorism fighter Nada Prouty was herself accused of aiding terrorism, but in her first interview, she denies she was anything other than a patriot. Scott Pelley investigates her case. THE RUSSIAN IS COMING - Mikhail Prokhorov, perhaps Russia's richest man, discusses his planned purchase of the N.J. Nets basketball team, his vast wealth and the surprisingly unusual way he made most of his money in his first American television interview. THE SHARKMAN - Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with great white sharks and the South African who's spent more time up close with the ocean's most feared predator than anyone else.

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  • S42Ep25: Episode 25  3/21/2010   

    CHIEF OF STAFF - The man in the middle of all things presidential - especially the health care reform legislation in Congress right now - is President Obama's Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. Katie Couric talks to Obama's right-hand man about his tough job and his even tougher reputation. THE LOST CHILDREN OF HAITI - Scott Pelley reports on the most vulnerable victims of Haiti's earthquake, children who not only face hunger, disease and sexual assault, but a form of slavery that is legal in the Caribbean country. TENNIS TWINS - Pro tennis' leading doubles champions are identical twins who are so coordinated on the court that their opponents actually suspect they have twin telepathy.

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  • S42Ep24: Episode 24  3/14/2010   

    INSIDE THE COLLAPSE - Former trader-turned author Michael Lewis writes about a handful of Wall Street outsiders who realized the subprime mortgage business was a house of cards and found a way to make millions betting against it. He also talks about the current situation on Wall Street, the large bonuses still being paid and his predictions for the future of the industry. DEREK - Lesley Stahl profiles British musical savant Derek Paravicini, whose computer-like memory for music is matched by his creative abilities to play it in any style.

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  • S42Ep23: 60 Minutes Presents: Blood Brothers  3/7/2010   

    60 MINUTES will be pre-empted this week for a special edition of "60 MINUTES Presents: a Tribute to Don Hewitt." This hour pays tribute to the news magazine’s creator and former executive producer, Don Hewitt, who passed away last August at the age of 86.

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  • S42Ep22: Episode 22  2/28/2010   

    STEALING AMERICA'S SECRETS -- 60 MINUTES has obtained an FBI videotape showing a Defense Department employee selling secrets to a Chinese spy that offers a rare glimpse into the secretive world of espionage and illustrates how China's spying may pose the biggest espionage threat to the U.S. BATTLE OVER HISTORY - Bob Simon reports on what the Armenians call their holocaust - the 1915 forced deportation and massacre of more than a million ethnic Armenians by the Turks - an event that the Turks and our own government have refused to call genocide. KATHRYN BIGELOW - Lesley Stahl talks to Academy Award best-director nominee Kathryn Bigelow about her award-winning film, "The Hurt Locker." If she's chosen, she would be the first woman ever to win in that category.

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  • S42Ep21: Episode 21  2/21/2010   

    BLACKWATER 61 - "Blackwater 61" is the call sign of a plane flown by the embattled government contractor Blackwater that crashed into a mountain in Afghanistan killing all onboard. The widow of one of the soldiers killed - a pilot herself - says the firm was negligent in the way it operated the flight. THE BLOOM BOX - Large corporations in California have been secretly testing a new device that can generate power on the spot, without being connected to the electric grid. They're saying it's efficient, clean, and saves them money. Will we have one in every home someday? GROUND ZERO - It's been eight years since the attack on the World Trade Center and billions of dollars have been spent, yet none of the promised buildings and memorial has been completed in what its developer calls "a national disgrace."

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  • S42Ep20: Episode 20  2/14/2010   

    MADE IN THE USA - Could crucial parts of the equipment Iran is using in its uranium enrichment facility have come from the U.S.? American law enforcement authorities say sensitive devices and electronics that could be used in weapons of mass destruction are being smuggled into Iran. DAVOS- Nowhere in the world can such a concentration of power be found than at the World Economic Forum's meeting in Davos, Switzerland, where the world's most powerful and influential people gather yearly to try to solve the world's most pressing problems. PIGEON FEVER - It's been just over a year since Bernard Madoff's multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme fell apart. But, as Morley Safer reports, despite all the news about the Madoff scandal, similar Ponzi scams are still thriving.

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  • S42Ep19: Episode 19  1/31/2010   

    THE QUIET PROFESSIONALS - In a rare chance to show America's elite Special Forces up close, 60 MINUTES spent over two months with a Green Beret unit as they trained a group of Afghan soldiers and then went into battle with them against the Taliban. WHITE HOT - U.S. Snowboarder Shaun White, who took home the gold at the last Winter Olympics, is still the guy to beat as he shows Bob Simon some of the tricks he'll use next month in Vancouver. BEYONCE - Steve Kroft profiles the superstar singer on the road and backstage where she explains what makes her one of the world's most successful entertainers.

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  • S42Ep18: The Quiet Professionals/White Hot/Beyonce  1/31/2010   
  • S42Ep17: Episode 17  1/17/2010   

    HAITI - News from Haiti as Correspondent Byron Pitts reports on the efforts of the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division to help rescue, feed and protect the citizens of the earthquake decimated country. FOOTBALL ISLAND - 60 MINUTES goes to American Samoa to find out how a territory with a population less than the capacity of a pro-football stadium sends more players to the NFL than any similarly populated place in America. PENELOPE CRUZ - In a rare interview, the Spanish starlet opens up about her life, career and childhood.

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  • S42Ep16: Episode 16  1/10/2010   

    A multibillion-dollar virtual fence being built along the U.S.-Mexico border; a new book that looks behind the scenes of the 2008 presidential election; and the use of DNA to save an endangered species.

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  • S42Ep15: Episode 15  1/3/2010   
  • S42Ep14: Episode 14  12/27/2009   
  • S42Ep13: Episode 13  12/20/2009   
  • S42Ep12: Episode 12  12/13/2009   

    President Obama is interviewed and asked about his troop build-up in Afghanistan, the economy, and the breach of security at the White House dinner. Morley Safer reports on growing body parts from human cells; and Lesley Stahl profiles Ricky Gervais, the man who created "The Office."

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  • S42Ep11: Episode 11  12/6/2009   
  • S42Ep10: Episode 10  11/29/2009   
  • S42Ep9: Episode 9  11/22/2009   

    Steve Kroft reports on the cost of dying; many Americans spend their last days in an intensive care unit, subjected to uncomfortable machines or surgeries to prolong their lives at enormous costs. Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahari tells his story to Bob Simon about four months of interrogation and torture in Iran. Morley Safer gets the first look at how director James Cameron created his 3D fantasy "Avatar."

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  • S42Ep8: Episode 8  11/15/2009   

    Bryon Pitts reports on the dangerous mission of clearing IEDs in Afghanistan. Lesley Stahl interviews paleontologist Jack Horner. Scott Pelley follows Marsh Arabs living in Southern Iraq.

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  • S42Ep7: Episode 7  11/8/2009   

    Katie Couric talks with Andre Agassi about his autobiography. Steve Kroft reports on hackers getting into computer systems that run crucial elements of the world's infrastructure.

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  • S42Ep6: Episode 6  11/1/2009   

    First, just how safe is the vaccine for the H1N1 vaccine virus? Next, a look at the Yakuza, which is the Japanese mafia, and its influence over people worldwide. Also, an investigation of those people who distribute movies over the internet illegally.

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  • S42Ep5: Episode 5  10/25/2009   

    Medicare and Medicaid fraud is investigated by Steve Kroft. Actor/Director Tyler Perry is profiled by Byron Pitts. And Katie Couric reports on the research being done to find a cure for epilepsy.

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  • S42Ep4: Episode 4  10/18/2009   

    A closer look at what the government plans on doing to fight the flu pandemic. Next, John Kanzius has invented a machine that may offer effective cancer treatment without radiation and chemotherapy. Then, an interview with director and actress Drew Barrymore about her career.

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  • S42Ep3: Episode 3  10/11/2009   

    This episode will go to Afghanistan to follow a U.S. Marine company. Then, new studies show that numerous shots to the head leave behind brain damage in athletes. Lastly, watch as people leap from mountain tops while wearing wing suits.

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  • S42Ep2: Episode 2  10/4/2009   

    An interview with lawyer Marc Dreier explaining how he scammed more than $400 million out of people. Then, the residents of Kingston, Tenn. were told to stay out of a river in December 2008 in which coal ash had been spilled into. Lastly, find out why the great wildebeest migration in Kenya is being threatened.

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  • S42Ep1: Episode 1  9/27/2009   

    Season 42 starts with an interview with Lt. Gen. Stanley McChrystal over the war in Afghanistan. Next, what attempts are being made to payoff those taken in by the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme. Also, the buying power of celebrities after they die.

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Season 41

  • S41Ep50: Episode 50  9/20/2009   

    A look at the newest technology which allows amputees the smallest, most delicate of objects. Then, Anna Wintour, the Editor-In-Chief for Vogue magazine explains her penchant for sunglasses. Lastly, USC head coach, Pete Carroll, also works to combat gang violence in Los Angeles.

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  • S41Ep49: Episode 49  9/13/2009   

    President Obama is interviewed by Steve Krofts. The life of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy is reflected on by Ted Kennedy Jr. and editor Jonathan Karp. Morley Safer interviews cast members of the soap opera, The Guiding Light, including Kim Zimmer, Beth Chamberlain and Ron Raines, about the 72 year history.

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  • S41Ep48: Episode 48  9/6/2009   

    Scott Pelley gives his report concerning the intensity and frequency of forest fires and their relationship with global warming. Lara Logan interviews Maj. Gen. Jeffery Schloesser, stationed in Afghanistan, discussing the increase in enemy personnel. Los Angeles street musician Nathaniel Ayers is interviewed by Morley Safer, about being the main subject to the movie "The Soloist."

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  • S41Ep47: Episode 47  8/30/2009   

    Scott Pelley reports on the illegally shipped electronics refuse to China, which includes the harm which is caused to the environment and those who salvage the components. Steve Kroft examines the effect on the economy caused by credit-default swaps. Morley Safer interviews inventor Forrest Bird, the inventor of the medical respirator.

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  • S41Ep46: Episode 46  8/23/2009   

    A special tribute to Don Hewitt (1922-2009), 60 Minutes creator and former executive producer, includes a retrospective of his life, and reminisces from the correspondents.

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  • S41Ep45: Episode 45  8/16/2009   

    NFL All-Star turned ex-con Michael Vick is interviewed by James Brown. Steve Kroft interviews the British band Coldplay and frontman Chris Martin. Also, a report by Lara Logan about the use of an armed but unmanned aircraft by the U.S. military to track and destroy enemy targets.

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  • S41Ep44: Episode 44  8/9/2009   

    First story is about the Chiquita Brands International and the controversy surrounding them and the paramilitary groups in Columbia. Next comes a report about the technology which are helping completely paralyzed people communicate. Lastly, the dangers which is being created by tour operators who are attracting sharks with food, which associates humans and feeding.

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  • S41Ep43: Episode 43  8/2/2009   

    An interview with musician Wyclef Jean about the efforts he has made to help his native land of Haiti. Also, Lesley Stahl reports on whether airport security checkpoints have their passengers feeling any safer. Then, Morley Safer reports on prosecutors who want to impose tougher penalties against drunk drivers.

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  • S41Ep42: Episode 42  7/26/2009   

    Lesley Stahl reports on the number of gun purchases being made in the U.S. is on a rise; A report from Bob Simon on the endangered African lions; and Las Vegas entrepreneur Steve Wynn is interviewed by Charlie Rose.

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  • S41Ep41: Remembering Walter Cronkite  7/19/2009   

    Remembering Walter Cronkite.

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  • S41Ep40: Episode 40  7/12/2009   

    Scott Pelley checks into the efforts made by the U.S. military to kill Osama Bin Laden; Lesley Stahl reports on the flaws in eyewitness testimony which DNA evidence later proves tobe incorrect.

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  • S41Ep39: Episode 39  7/5/2009   

    Katie Couric interviews Chelsey Sullenberger, the US Airways pilot who landed flight 1549 in the Hudson River January 15th following the loss of an engine after takeoff. Later, singer Bon Jovi is profiled by Steve Kroft.

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  • S41Ep38: Episode 38  6/28/2009   

    On-line poker cheating is investigated by Steve Kroft. Next, Lesley Stahl looks into neuroscience and learns how to read a person's mind; and Scott Pelley profiles George C. Carr, an American philanthropist who is working on the restoration of Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park.

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  • S41Ep37: Episode 37  6/21/2009   

    Scott Pelley visits a federal supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, known as ADX Florence, and houses some of the countries most infamous inmates. Next, Anderson Cooper reports on the violence in Mexico and is fueled by the drug cartels. Lastly, Steve Kroft does a profile on LeBron James.

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  • S41Ep36: Episode 36  6/14/2009   

    Steve Kroft interviews Harry Markopolos, a Boston investment investigator who gave repeated warnings about Bernie Madoff's fraudulent hedge fund to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Next, Bob Simon reports on foreigners being asked to leave the USA after their American spouse had died. Lastly, Lesley Stahl profiles chef Alice Waters.

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  • S41Ep35: Episode 35  6/7/2009   

    A conversation with Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve Chairman, about what went wrong with the financial system of the country. Then, an interview with Dolly Parton concerning her life, musical career, and the production of the Broadway version of her film "9 to 5."

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  • S41Ep34: Episode 34  5/31/2009   

    Scott Pelley investigates what happens as a failed bank is taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Company. Next, Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari is interviewed by Steve Kroft. Lastly, swimmer Michael Phelps is profiled by Anderson Cooper.

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  • S41Ep33: Episode 33  5/24/2009   

    Lesley Stahl examines whether foreign countries will keep U.S. products out of its markets due to President Obama's economic stimulus package and it's "buy American" clause. Morley Safer reports on a substance found in red wine called resveratrol, which has slowed down the aging in mice. Katie Couric reports on a man named Bill Jakob, who fooled a small Missouri town's officials into hiring him as a law enforcement office.

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  • S41Ep32: Episode 32  5/17/2009   

    Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates is interviewed by Katie Couric about the war in Afghanistan. Then, Steve Kroft conducts an interview with AIG CEO Ed Lilly. Next, Vogue editor Anna Wintour is profiled by Morley Safer.

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  • S41Ep31: Episode 31  5/10/2009   

    Lara Logan reports on armed but unmanned aircraft being used by the US military to destroy enemy targets; Steve Kroft profiles Ashraf Marwan (1944-2007), a late Egyptian billionaire who allegedly worked for Israel and Egypt as a double agent. Lastly, Morley Safer profiles the Boston Red Sox senior advisor Bill James.

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  • S41Ep30: Episode 30  5/3/2009   

    A report by Scott Pelley concerning a lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador for oil drilling in the Amazon rainforest. Then, David Martin reports on the efforts being made in Saudi Arabia to reeducate the people who were once Osama bin Laden loyalists. Also, Morley Safer profiles the Antinori Family in Italy, who have been in the wine making business for over 600 years.

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  • S41Ep29: Episode 29  4/26/2009   

    A profile of Vice President Joe Biden by Lesley Stahl. Plus, Scott Pelley reports on the use of coal as an energy source, despite the fact it contributes to global warming. Bob Simon makes a stop at an orphanage for elephants in Kenya.

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  • S41Ep28: Episode 28  4/19/2009   

    Steve Kroft looks into 401k retirement funds; Scott Pelley examines an alternate source of energy, cold fusion; and Bob Simon interviews a pair of bullfighting brothers, Cayetano and Fransisco Ordonez.

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  • S41Ep27: Episode 27  4/12/2009   

    Stories include a robotic arm made for amputees; a report concerning the rise in the amount of guns being bought in the U.S.; and an interview with Steve Wynn, a Las Vegas entrepreneur.

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  • S41Ep26: Episode 26  4/5/2009   

    Anderson Cooper talks with Ahmad Batebi, the human rights activist who escaped from his imprisonment from prison in Iran. Next, Scott Pelley examines the closing of an outpatient cancer clinic because of budget cuts. Lastly, Morley Safer interviews Dolly Parton, who discusses the new musical 9 to 5.

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  • S41Ep25: Episode 25  3/29/2009   

    Lesley Stahl examines computer viruses, how the enter the internet and consume your PC, leaving you vulnerable to thief's electronically robbing your bank accounts. Bob Simon gives a report on the endangered African lions, and Steve Kroft has an interview with NBA superstar LeBron James.

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  • S41Ep24: Episode 24  3/22/2009   

    President Barack Obama is interviewed concerning his first two months in office by Steve Kroft. Then, Morley Safer profiles Nathaniel Ayers, a Los Angeles street musician who is the subject of the movie "The Soloist."

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  • S41Ep23: Episode 23  3/15/2009   

    Scott Pelley interviews Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve chairman, who talks about the current economic crisis. Then, Lesley Stahl profiles chef Alice Waters.

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  • S41Ep22: Episode 22  3/8/2009   

    Scott Pelley investigates when a failed bank is taken over by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Then, Lesley Stahl reports about flaws from eyewitness testimonies which are later proved to be incorrect by DNA evidence.

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  • S41Ep21: Episode 21  3/1/2009   

    Steve Kroft interviews Harry Markopolos, a Boston investment investigator who tried alerting the Securities and Exchange Commission numerous times about Bernie Madoff's allegedly fraudulent hedge fund. Then, Anderson Cooper reports on the Mexican drug cartel which is some how armed with military quality weapons. Lastly, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal is profiled by Morley Safer.

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  • S41Ep20: Episode 20  2/22/2009   

    Lesley Stahl reports on the debate over the legal drinking age and whether it should be lowered to 18. Then, an interview by Lara Logan with Richard Butler, a cameraman for CBS who was held captive for two months while in Iraq. Finally, Bob Simon reports on a Jewish boy who the Nazi's used as a mascot.

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  • S41Ep19: Episode 19  2/15/2009   

    Steve Kroft sits down for an interview with Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari. Then, Lesley Stahl breaks down President Obama's economic stimulus plan to see if foreign companies will keep U.S. products from their soil because of the "buy America" clause. Scott Pelley interviews Paul Bishop about World Savings granting mortgages.

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  • S41Ep18: Episode 18  2/8/2009   

    Katie Couric interviews the pilot of the US Airways Flight 1549, Chesley Sullenberger, who safely landed the airplane into the Hudson River on January 15, after losing both engines shortly after take off. Also, an interview with Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay.

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  • S41Ep17: Episode 17  1/25/2009   

    Scott Pelley reports from Wilmington, Ohio, where the residents are losing their jobs at DHL, the town's largest employer is closing. Then, Bob Simon has some interviews with Israelis and Palestinian's in Israel and the West Bank. Lastly, Morley Safer reports on resvertrol, a substance which is found in red wine which slows the aging process in mice.

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  • S41Ep16: Episode 16  1/11/2009   

    An investigative report by Steve Kroft on why oil prices were so high in 2008. Then, David Martin previews the Joint Chief of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen. Next, an interview with Wyclef Jean, discussing his career and his homeland of Haiti and the efforts he puts forth in helping it.

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  • S41Ep15: Episode 15  1/4/2009   

    An investigative look at traffic fatalities and the prosecutors who are pushing for stiffer penalties against the guilty is reported on by Bob Simon. A report on neuroscience and reading the human mind is conducted by Lesley Stahl. Lastly, Scott Pelley interviews Texas Tech head football coach Mike Leach.

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  • S41Ep14: Episode 14  12/28/2008   

    A look at the road in which president elect Barack Obama won the presidential election. The hour features interviews with Barack, his family and his advisers.

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  • S41Ep13: Episode 13  12/21/2008   

    California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is interviewed by Scott Pelley concerning the state's economic condition. Lesley Stahl investigates whether or not passengers are really more safe due to the airport security checkpoints. Bob Simon visits an elephant orphanage in Kenya.

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  • S41Ep12: Episode 12  12/14/2008   

    House Financial Services Committee chairman Barney Frank is interviewed by Lesly Stahl, concerning the government bailouts for financial institutions and automakers. Next, Scott Pelley reports on mortgage defaults. Lastly, USC football head coach Pete Carroll is interviewed by Byron Pitts.

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  • S41Ep11: Episode 11  12/7/2008   

    A report concerning the importance the US has put on oil from foreign countries, which includes a trip to Saudi Arabia's petroleum plant. Then, a profile of artist/filmaker Julian Schnabel.

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  • S41Ep10: Episode 10  11/30/2008   

    An investigation of poker cheaters played on the internet by Steve Kroft, an interview with Monica Brown, the second woman since WWII to win the Silver Star of gallantry in combat, by Lara Logan, and Anderson Cooper interviews Olympic hero Michael Phelps.

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  • S41Ep9: Episode 9  11/23/2008   

    An investigating report by Scott Pelley on an assault made on the Pelindaba nuclear reactor and research center in South Africa. Then, a report on foreigners who married Americans are being asked to leave the U.S. after their spouse dies. Lastly, Leslie Stahl gives a profile on musical savant Rex Lewis-Clack.

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  • S41Ep8: Episode 8  11/16/2008   

    An interview by Steve Kroft of newly elected US President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle. Also, a profile of musical savant Rex Lewis-Clack by Lesley Stahl.

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  • S41Ep7: Episode 7  11/9/2008   

    An interview with the strategists who helped Barack Obama win the presidency by Steve Kroft. then, a report by Scott Pelley concerning the electronic refuse which is being shipped illegally to China and the harm which may be caused to the environment and to those who try to salvage the components. Lastly, Morley Safer profiles Ted Turner.

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  • S41Ep6: Episode 6  11/2/2008   

    Lesley Stahl interviews Thomas F. Hall, the Assistant Secretary of Defense of Reserve Affairs, who discusses the what is being done to make sure reservists and guardsmen jobs are protected for when they return. Then, Katie Couric interviews Bill Jakob, who tricked the officials in a small town in Missouri to hire him as a law-enforcement officer. Lastly, Scott Pelley's report on paralyzed people who have had their brains hooked up to computers as a means of restoring movement.

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  • S41Ep5: Episode 5  10/26/2008   

    A profile on Texas billionaire T. Boone Pickens by Charlie Rose; credit-default swaps are discussed by Steve Kroft; and a profile of Gregory C. Carr, an American philanthropist who is helping with the restoration of Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park.

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  • S41Ep4: Episode 4  10/19/2008   

    Maj. Jefferey Schlosser discusses the increase of enemy personnel in Afghanistan in an interview with Lara Logan. Also, a report on the federal government's aid to US banks by Lesley Stahl. Bob Simon introduces us to a pair of bullfighting brothers, Cayetano and Fransisco Ordóñez.

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  • S41Ep3: Episode 3  10/12/2008   

    An FBI agent who infiltrated the Gambino crime family is interviewed. Then, a report concerning the advanced weaponry which works from miles behind the battlefield. Plus, an interview with a family who has been making wine for over 600 years now.

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  • S41Ep2: Episode 2  10/5/2008   

    A report concerning questionable Wall Street practices is conducted by Steve Kroft. Scott Pelley discusses what efforts are being made to kill Osama bin Laden by the U.S. military. Lesley Stahl reports on the progress being made on producing a viable electric car.

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  • S41Ep1: Episode 1  9/28/2008   

    Season 41 begins with an interview with Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. Also, an interview with the man in charge of the US military in Iraq, Gen. Raymond Odierno. Plus, a look at the Large Hadron Collider, also known as the big bang machine, which may give insight into how the universe was formed.

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Season 40

  • S40Ep54: Episode 54  9/21/2008   

    The U.S. economy are discussed by presidential candidates John McCain and Barack Obama, along with the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, plus health care and energy concerns.

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  • S40Ep53: Episode 53  9/14/2008   

    Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia discusses his work and personal life in an interview with Lesley Stahl. Also, an investigation of allegedly flawed science which has been used to convict thousands of defendants.

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  • S40Ep52: Episode 52  9/7/2008   

    Bob Woodward is interviewed concerning the war in Iraq; plus, a profile of Alec Baldwin by Morley Safer.

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  • S40Ep51: Episode 51  8/31/2008   

    Barack Obama and Joseph Biden are interviewed concerning the upcoming presidential election. Also, a report on the reawakening of minimally conscious people by the use of drug therapy.

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  • S40Ep50: Episode 50  8/24/2008   

    An interview with SSgt. Frank Wuterich, who led an attack in Iraq in November 2005, which resulted in the deaths of many civilians. Also, an interview with Dennis and Kimberly Quaid, who almost lost their newborn twins due to an error which resulted in a drug overdose.

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  • S40Ep49: Episode 49  8/17/2008   

    CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson is interviewed. Also, a report of women being raped during the Civil War in the Congo. Also, the story of a possible discovery of Leonardo da Vinci's lost masterpiece, "The Battle of Anghiari."

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  • S40Ep48: Episode 48  8/10/2008   

    A report on the Israeli Air Force; Also, a report about Gregory Thompson, who faces the death penalty despite using a mental illness defense for his case. Plus, a profile on billionaire investor Carl Icahn

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  • S40Ep47: Episode 47  8/3/2008   

    A report investigating the business and tourist trade in Dubai. Plus, an interview with the Boston Red Sox statistical consultant, Bill James.

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  • S40Ep46: Episode 46  7/27/2008   

    An interview with John Martorano, a Boston mob boss who turned into a government witness and has served 12 years in prison for the murders of 20 people over a 3 decade period. A report on NASA's plan to return to the moon to prepare for a manned flight to Mars. Also, an interview with rock icon Bruce Springsteen.

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  • S40Ep45: Episode 45  7/20/2008   

    A story about a boy who fled the village he lives in during the Dafur genocide. Then, a report on John Kanzius, who believes he has invented a machine which uses radio waves to kill cancer cells. Next, a feature on the National System of Venezuelan Youth and Children's Orchestras, which was created to help the underprivileged and at risk young people.

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  • S40Ep44: Episode 44  7/13/2008   

    A report concerning the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy for soldiers which are gay. Next, a story about Remote Area Medical, the non-profit organization which provides health care for people around the world who otherwise couldn't afford it. Then, Anderson Cooper's profile of David Beckham.

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  • S40Ep43: Episode 43  7/6/2008   

    An interview with former undersecretary of defense for policy, Douglas Feith, concerning the Iraq war. Next, a report on the endangered mountain gorillas in Africa. Then, should pennies and nickels still be made by the U.S. Mint since their metal value is worth more than their value?

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  • S40Ep42: Episode 42  6/29/2008   

    A Baghdad clergyman explains that the Iraqi civil war has caused the numbers of Christians in the country, one believed to be over one million, dwindle down by 90% due to the murders by Islamic extremists and fleeing from the country. Plus, a report on DNA testing by genealogists for tracing ancestors back a hundred years, with surprising results in discovering who the customers are related to. Then, an interview with actor Will Smith on the eve of his newest film.

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  • S40Ep41: Episode 41  6/22/2008   

    A look at a controversial U.S.-supported TV channel in the Middle East known as Alhurra. Next, a report on a nutritious food which is fed to starving children and famine victims, which is known as Plumpy'nut. Then, a report on the efforts of the U.S. government to help save the salmon in the Pacific Northwest.

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  • S40Ep40: Episode 40  6/15/2008   

    An investigative report on the link between health problems and sleep deprivation, including diabetes, obesity and heart disease. Also, a report on what makes Denmark rank as the "Happiest Country in the World."

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  • S40Ep39: Episode 39  6/8/2008   

    A look at the sudden increase of explosions of combustible dust inside American factories. Also, a report on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Lastly, a profile of author and Texas minister Joel Osteen.

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  • S40Ep38: Episode 38  6/1/2008   

    An interview with Keith Hererra, a Chicago police officer of the Special Operations Unit, who talks about his elite group who's members are accused of stealing and kidnapping. Also, a look at a special non-lethal ray gun which is designed to calm riots. Then, a profile of venture capitalist Tom Perkins, the owner of one of the world's largest sailing yachts.

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  • S40Ep37: Episode 37  5/25/2008   

    A profile on Alton Logan, convicted of murder in Illinois back in 1982, he has served 26 years of a life sentence and has been awaiting a trial to overturn the decision. Attorneys Jamie Kunz and Dale Coventry withheld evidence of Logan's innocence due to attorney-client privilege with the confessed killer. Also, Steve Kroft reports on U.S. subprime mortgages. Morley Safer reports on a generation of people known as Millennials, many who are unprepared to perform in the workplace.

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  • S40Ep36: Episode 36  5/18/2008   

    A report on Iraqi's who are in harms way for assisting the US in the war effort in various ways. Also, a look at new species being discovered in Indonesia, plus a profile of singer Jon Bon Jovi.

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  • S40Ep35: Episode 35  5/11/2008   

    Steve Croft reports from Columbia, where employees are dying at Chiquita Brands International. Scott Pelley reports on U.S. government detainees who may be receiving inadequate medical treatment. Alec Baldwin is profiled by Morey Safer.

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  • S40Ep34: Episode 34  5/4/2008   

    Scott Pelley reports on the duo effort to reexamine cases and free innocent prisoners through the Innocence Project of Texas and the Dallas County DA's office. Katie Couric interviews the mother of slain Army Ranger Pat Tillman, Mary Tillman. And a profile of physician Paul Farmer, who has made it his life's work to treat people in Third World countries.

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  • S40Ep33: Episode 33  4/27/2008   

    Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia discusses his personal life and work with Lesley Stahl. Bob Simon takes a look at the Israeli Air Force.

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  • S40Ep32: Episode 32  4/20/2008   

    Stories include the ambush by Taliban fighters near Kandahar, Afghanistan as told by the U.S. Special Forces soldiers. Then, a report on the use of gastric bypass surgery to treat certain illnesses and diseases. Plus, an art detective who believes he knows the location of the lost Di Vinci masterpiece, "The Battel of Anghiari."

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  • S40Ep31: Episode 31  4/13/2008   

    Steve Kroft gives his report on Iraqi government corruption; Leslie Stahl interviews John Kanzious, who invented a way of potentially killing off cancer cells in humans; and bob Simon interviews the Valenzuela Youth Orchestra.

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  • S40Ep30: Episode 30  4/6/2008   

    A report on the government controlled sovereign wealth fund in China; an interview with former undersecretary of defense for policy, Douglas Feith, concerning the war in Iraq; and a look at NASA's planned flight to the moon in preparation of an upcoming manned flight to Mars.

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  • S40Ep29: Episode 29  3/30/2008   

    An interview with a Murat Kurnaz, who was wrongfully detained for five years in American prison camps in Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Plus, a profile of Bill James, the Boston Red Sox statistical consultant. Also, a discussion of global warming awareness campaign by Al Gore.

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  • S40Ep28: Episode 28  3/23/2008   

    A report from Scott Pelley about a storage area inside a mountain at the North Pole which houses a collection of billions of seeds from global crops. Bob Simon investigates whether the bones of Jesus' brother really resides inside a stone box with an inscription stating so. Also, a profile of David Beckham.

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  • S40Ep27: Episode 27  3/16/2008   

    An interview with actor Dennis Quaid and his wife, Kimberly, who's newborn twins were given a potentially lethal drug overdose while in the hospital. Also, a report on the link between sleep deprivation and serious health problems, such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

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  • S40Ep26: Episode 26  3/9/2008   

    Scott Pelley conducts an interview with the republican Presidential candidate John McCain; Billionaire Carl Icahn is interviewed by Lesley Stahl; An interview with Alton Logan, a man who has served 26 years of a life sentence so far from a 1982 murder conviction and is awaiting a trial in Illinois trial; Jamie Kunz and Dale Coventry are interviewed who are suspected for withholding evidence that proved Logan was innocent because of attorney-client privilege with the confessed killer.

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  • S40Ep25: Episode 25  3/2/2008   

    Scheduled: Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are both interviewed; a report about Remote Area Medical, a nonprofit organization which provides health care services for free to those around the world in need; an a new device used to control riots, a nonlethal ray gun.

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  • S40Ep24: Episode 24  2/24/2008   

    A report on Don Siegelman, the former Alabama governor who was convicted of bribery. Next, Anderson Cooper looks into the 2007 shooting death of Chauncey Bailey, a Oakland Post editor, and whether the story he was working on had anything to do with his killing. Then, a story of the dwindling honeybee colonies across the U.S.A.

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  • S40Ep23: Episode 23  2/17/2008   

    Scott Pelley inestigates the use of Trasylol, a drug which has had alleged harmful effects of heart surgery patients. Morley Safer reports from the happiest country in the world, Denmark.

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  • S40Ep22: Episode 22  2/10/2008   

    An interview from Super Tuesday at Barack Obama's campaign headquarters is conducted by Steve Kroft, while Katie Couric chats with Hillary Clinton. Morley Safer discusses whether the U.S. Mint should stop making pennies and nickels now that their worth of the metal contained is more than the value of the coins.

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  • S40Ep21: Episode 21  2/3/2008   

    A closer look at the success of the business and tourist destination of Dubai. Next, Mike Wallace's rebroadcast of an interview with Gordon Hinckley (1910-2008), president of the Mormon Church, along with a chat with prominent Mormon's Steve Young and Orrin Hatch.

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  • S40Ep20: Episode 20  1/27/2008   

    FBI agent George Piro, the interrogator of Saddam Hussein after he was captured in Iraq, is interviewed by Scott Pelley where he reveals that the late Iraqi leader never believed that the US would invade his country. Also, a report by Steve Kroft of how the capital markets around the world are affected by the U.S. capital subprime mortgages.

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  • S40Ep19: Episode 19  1/13/2008   

    A report by Bob Simon, of the endangerment of the bluefin tuna, its value in the process of sushi has made them endangered; the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, is interviewed by Lesley Stahl; a report on the raping of women during the civil war in the Congo is examined by Anderson Cooper.

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  • S40Ep18: Episode 18  1/6/2008   

    Mike Wallace interviews Roger Clemens, who discusses allegations that he used banned substances during his career, which were made in former senator George Mitchell's report on baseball and steroids; and Steve Kroft interviews former Boston mob hit man John Martorano, who turned government witness, served 12 years in prison and admitted to killing 20 people over three decades.

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  • S40Ep17: Episode 17  12/30/2007   

    Scott Pelley investigates the intensity and frequency of forest fires and whether they are linked to global warming; Morley Safer reports on pharmacies that distribute marijuana for medical purposes; Steve Kroft reports on so-called geeks who keep the country's complicated electronics working.

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  • S40Ep16: Episode 16  12/23/2007   

    Byron Pitts profiles pastor-author Joel Osteen; Lesley Stahl reports on genetic genealogy that uses DNA to trace ancestry; Steve Kroft interviews the NFL's Tom Brady.

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  • S40Ep15: Episode 15  12/16/2007   

    Lesley Stahl reports on openly gay soldiers serving in the U.S. military, despite its "don't ask, don't tell" policy; and Bob Simon travels to Indonesia and visits a so-called paradise where many new species are being discovered; Katie Couric interviews baseball's Alex Rodriguez.

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  • S40Ep14: Episode 14  12/9/2007   

    Anderson Cooper reports on endangered mountain gorillas in Africa; Scott Pelley investigates the use of Prometa to treat addictions; Bob Simon profiles the NFL's LaDainian Tomlinson.

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  • S40Ep13: Episode 13  12/2/2007   

    An Iraqi clergyman has estimated that 90% of their Christians have either fled for safety or been murdered since their civil war started. MIT Prof. Nicholas Negroponte hopes to equip each kid with a laptop computer for educational purposes. A look into his progress so far in Cambodia and Brazil. And next, a look at Will Smith and his new film "I Am Legend."

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  • S40Ep12: Episode 12  11/25/2007   

    Steve Kroft profiles the Eagles, who discuss their 2007 CD “Long Road Out of Eden”; Anderson Cooper reports on minimally conscious people and how many are being reawakened through drug therapy; Lesley Stahl investigates the vulnerability of retail stores to high-tech thieves who steal computerized financial records.

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  • S40Ep11: Episode 11  11/18/2007   

    Steve Kroft and John Solomon investigate allegedly flawed science used to convict thousands of defendants; Bob Simon reports on suspected terrorist Omar Khadr, who is awaiting trial at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for allegedly killing a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan in 2002 when Khadr was 15 years old; Lesley Stahl reports on whether the number of calories in foods should be added to restaurant menus.

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  • S40Ep10: Episode 10  11/11/2007   

    A report on methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a bacterial infection resistant to all antibiotics, by Lesley Stahl ; Morley Safer reports on the generation of young people called Millennials; Lara Logan reports on convicted murderer Gregory Thompson, and whether he should be executed since he may possibly be mentally ill.

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  • S40Ep9: Episode 9  11/4/2007   

    "Curveball," an Iraqi defector who supplied phony information about Iraqi WMD is interviewed by Bob Simon. Lesley Stahl interviews capitalist Tom Perkins, owner of one of the world's largest yachts. Scott Pelley reports on the herds of endangered African elephants.

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  • S40Ep8: Episode 8  10/28/2007   

    Lesley Stahl interviews French president Nicolas Sarkozy; Scott Pelley reports on U.S. air strikes in Afghanistan; and Steve Kroft talks to commercial beekeepers about losing hives to colony collapse disorder.

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  • S40Ep7: Episode 7  10/21/2007   

    Global warming is increasing the intensity and number of forest fires across the American West. Scott Pelley goes to the fire line to report. Plus, plumpynut is a cheap, nutritious food that needs no refrigeration or preparation that is saving starving children in the developing world. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on this miracle product that would save even more lives if more of it could be made. And, Valerie Plame Wilson, the former covert CIA officer whose leaked identity resulted in a national scandal that reached all the way to the White House, appears in her first interview.

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  • S40Ep6: Episode 6  10/14/2007   

    The founder of embattled private security firm Blackwater USA. Plus, xclusive footage from within and a rare interview with its former warden takes viewers inside the secretive "Supermax" federal prison. Then, pular preacher Joel Osteen’s positive message packs them in - 42,000 a week at his Houston Lakewood Church. And, fabulously wealthy, a magnet for business and tourism and a stable island in the turbulent Middle East, the Kingdom of Dubai is the success story of the region.

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  • S40Ep5: Episode 5  10/7/2007   

    A look at Interpol, a law enforcement entity that is often overlooked; a new field of genealogy using DNA to trace ancestry; Bruce Springsteen goes back on tour with his E Street Band; and a look at Forrest Bird and his invention, the respiration, that has saved countless lives.

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  • S40Ep4: Episode 4  9/30/2007   

    Steve Kroft interviews Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas; Scott Pelley profiles Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young; and Katie Couric reports on the death of 4-year-old Rebecca Riley, who died from an overdose of medicines given to her for bipolar disorder.

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  • S40Ep3: Episode 3  9/23/2007   

    An exclusive interview with Iranian President Ahmadinejad; a look at medical marijuana shops; and a look at chess great Garry Kasparov and his role in Russian politics.

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  • S40Ep2: Episode 2  9/16/2007   

    Lesley Stahl interviews Alan Greenspan; Bob Simon reports on tour operators who use food to attract sharks and whether the practice puts swimmers and surfers at a higher risk for shark attacks.

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  • S40Ep1: Episode 1  9/9/2007   

    Katie Couric reports on illnesses contracted at Ground Zero by relief workers and first responders; Steve Kroft reports on electronic technicians; Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007) is remembered in a profile by Mike Wallace.

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Season 38

  • S38Ep37: AfterShock | Tiger  9/3/2006   
  • S38Ep36: It Takes One To Know One | After Katrina | Gay or Straight?  8/27/2006   
  • S38Ep35: Aging Today | Michael Jordan | Submission  8/20/2006   
  • S38Ep34: It Takes One to Know One, One Year Later, Gay or Straight?  8/27/2006   

    IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE – Barry Minkow knows a con when he sees one — he himself once defrauded investors out of millions. As Steve Kroft reports, Minkow, now an evangelical minister, also investigates frauds as a way to make amends. Graham Messick is the producer. ONE YEAR LATER – Byron Pitts talks with New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, who is still cleaning up after Hurricane Katrina and promises a careful restoration, but will the redeveloped city retain its rich diversity? Reid Collins Jr. and Jenny Dubin produce. GAY OR STRAIGHT? – Scientists are providing some interesting clues to what may determine whether a person is gay or straight, as Lesley Stahl reports. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.

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  • S38Ep33: Aging in the 21st Century, Submission, Michael Jordan  8/20/2006   

    AGING IN THE 21ST CENTURY – Steve Kroft investigates the new multi-billion dollar field of anti-aging medicine, in which diet, exercise and even controversial drugs play a role in helping people feel and look younger. Andy Court is the producer. SUBMISSION – An anti-Koran film has offended Muslims worldwide and directly caused the murder of its Dutch filmmaker. Morley Safer speaks to Hirsi Ali, the creator of the film, "Submission," who has been threatened with death. John Marks is the producer. MICHAEL JORDAN – The basketball legend talks to Ed Bradley in a rare interview in which he discusses his business enterprises, his gambling, the death of his father and the game he loves. Michael Radutzky is the producer.

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  • S38Ep32: President Ahmadinejad, Colbert Report  8/13/2006   

    PRESIDENT AHMADINEJAD – Mike Wallace lands an exclusive and rare interview with the president of Iran. In the wide-ranging interview, the Iranian leader comments on President Bush’s foreign policy, the lack of relations between Iran and the U.S., Hezbollah, Lebanon and Iraq. Robert Anderson is the producer. This is a double length segment. COLBERT REPORT - Morley Safer talks to Stephen Colbert, the "fake news" reporter whose Comedy Central program is making waves. Alden Bourne is the producer.

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  • S38Ep31: Global Warming, Fatal1ty, Living Large  8/6/2006   

    GLOBAL WARNING! – Scott Pelley goes to the top of the world where the evidence of global warming is most dramatic. Bill Owens is the producer. FATAL1TY - He’s earned over $450,000 doing what most kids consider fun and their parents consider a waste. Pro video game player Johnathan "Fatal1ty" Wendel is the best in the world. Steve Kroft reports. Andrew Court is the producer. LIVING LARGE – Morley Safer takes a look at the trend some call McMansions and still others refer to as conspicuous consumption: the increasingly larger size of the average American home, despite the fact that the size of the families living in them is getting smaller. Alden Bourne is the producer.

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  • S38Ep30: Bin Laden’s Bodyguard, Rewriting The Science, U2  7/30/2006   

    BIN LADEN'S BODYGUARD – In his first television interview, the former personal bodyguard to Osama bin Laden tells Bob Simon first-hand information about the world’s most- wanted man. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. REWRITING THE SCIENCE – NASA's top scientist studying climate says the Bush administration is restricting what he can say about global warming. Scott Pelley reports. Catherine Herrick and Bill Owens are the producers. U2 – Ed Bradley profiles the Irish rock band whose music and politics have combined to make them a super group. John Hamlin is the producer.

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  • S38Ep29: Working 24/7, The Airport Road, The Dinner Set Gang  7/23/2006   

    WORKING 24/7 – The digital revolution now enables people to work their jobs nearly every waking hour. Lesley Stahl reports on Americans who are working longer and harder. Karen Sughrue is the producer. THE AIRPORT ROAD - Lara Logan goes on patrol with the soldiers who defended what became known as the world’s most dangerous road, the Baghdad airport highway. Josh Yager is the producer. THE DINNER SET GANG – Two cat burglars recount 20 years of stealing tens of millions of dollars in gems from the upstairs rooms of the very wealthy – often while the victims ate dinner downstairs. Steve Kroft reports. Neeraj Khemlani is the producer.

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  • S38Ep28: Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Buried In The Past, Bode  7/16/2006   

    WHO'S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY? - Are employers' efforts to control employees' behavior, such as smoking, responsible policy or lifestyle discrimination? Morley Safer reports. Deirdre Naphin is the producer. BURIED IN THE PAST - Two orphaned brothers discover a past and a family they never knew they had that were buried by the Holocaust. Scott Pelley reports. Harry Moses is the producer. BODE – Bob Simon profiles the unorthodox U.S. skiing sensation Bode Miller, who is still the best American skier despite his poor showing at the 2006 Winter Olympics. Catherine Olian is the producer.

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  • S38Ep27: 39 Years, 6 Months, 4 Days; War Proffieers?, The Captain  7/9/2006   

    39 YEARS, 6 MONTHS, 4 DAYS - In his first U.S. television interview, Charles Jenkins, the former soldier who deserted to North Korea, speaks about the abuse and control he suffered over his nearly 40 years there. Scott Pelley Reports. Jill Landes and Andrew Court are the producers. WAR PROFITEERS? – Steve Kroft investigates how some of the $50 billion the U.S. spent on reconstruction work in Iraq was spent and why $8.8 billion of it is unaccounted for. Ira Rosen and Jennifer MacDonald are the producers. THE CAPTAIN – Baseball superstar Derek Jeter is profiled by Ed Bradley. Michael Radutzky is the producer.

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  • S38Ep26: Elian, Al Queda’s Town, First Man  7/2/2006   

    ELIAN – Elian Gonzalez has never spoken before about the battle between the U.S. and Cuba that he was in the middle of five years ago when he was just 6. He does now in an interview with Bob Simon. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. AL QAEDA’S TOWN – When terrorist insurgents led by Al Qaeda took over the Iraqi town of Tal Afar, the U.S. military had to devise a way of retaking it. Their methods have become a blueprint for the war on terror. Lara Logan reports. Josh Yager is the producer. FIRST MAN - Neil Armstrong talks to Ed Bradley in the first television profile he has ever agreed to do, revealing his personal feelings about landing on the moon, his family and the fame he shuns. Mitchell Weitzner is the producer.

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  • S38Ep25: The Oil Sands, Rex  6/25/2006   

    THE OIL SANDS – Bob Simon reports on the oil boom in Alberta, Canada, where the oil sands produce a million barrels of crude a day and hold reserves eight times those of Saudi Arabia. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. REX – Lesley Stahl reports on musical savants whose impaired brains make living normal lives impossible but their musical prowess incredible. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.

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  • S38Ep24: Swimming With Sharks (repeat)  6/18/2006   

    Ed Bradley reports on extremist environmental- and animal-rights groups; Morley Safer profiles author-singer Kinky Friedman, who is running for governor of Texas; Bob Simon reports on the dangers to surfers and swimmers when tour operators use food to attract sharks.

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  • S38Ep23: Plan B; Hobbit Island  6/11/2006   

    Just enough new info and references within a previous episode to qualify as 'new' Leslie Stahl reports on the motivation behind the FDA refusing to approve an emergency contraceptive called ‘Plan B’. Is it being withheld because of payoffs, politics and personal agendas or is there a serious health risk? Also tonight, follow Bob Simon as he delves into the recent discovery of what appears to be an entire civilization of humans never known to have existed before. Seemingly isolated on an island, archaeological findings claim it’s an entirely different human species.

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  • S38Ep22: Dying to Get In; A Different Kind of Grocery Store; Carl Hiaasen’s Miami Herald Columns  6/4/2006   

    Dying To Get In; A Different Kind Of Grocery Store; Carl Hiaasen’s Miami Herald columns. With all the increased efforts to secure the borders from Mexican immigrants, more of them are trying to find different ways to make it across. Hundreds are dying in the desert. Ed Bradley reports on the tragic loss of life in a desperate attempt to find a new life. Dan Rather talks with John Mackey, the founder of Whole Food Markets, now a chain of more than 180 stores providing organic food at higher prices. In today’s tight economy, few believed the idea would work, but it has. Quite well as a matter of fact. Steve Kroft interviews Carl Hiaasen, a Miami Herald columnist who has focused his stories on the unusual community in South Florida, from criminals to eccentrics.

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  • S38Ep21: Mafia Cops; Wounds of War  5/28/2006   

    A follow-up to the former New York City cops accused of being hit men for the mob. They insisted, almost believably, that they didn’t do it. Recently, a jury found them guilty and tonight, one of them talks about it for the first time since the verdict. Ed Bradley reports. The ‘Wounds of War’ segment is a double length segment about the soldiers returning from war these days. Mike Wallace tells their story with some interviews that only Mike Wallace could present during this Memorial Day feature.

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  • S38Ep20: I’m Mike Wallace: a 60 Minutes Tribute  5/21/2006   

    May 21, 2006 “I’m Mike Wallace: A 60 Minutes Tribute” This entire episode of 60 Minutes is dedicated to Mike Wallace, one of the longest running 60 Minute investigative reporters. Tonight, he tells his fellow cast mates what he’s sorry for and what he still smiles about. Find out which actress didn’t hide her flirting with him and what he really went through with his depression

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  • S38Ep19: The New Boss; The Harlem Children’s Zone; Not Ready to Make Nice  5/14/2006   

    Once powerhouses, forces to be reckoned with, workforce unions are on the decline. Tonight, Lesley Stahl reports on one man’s mission to bring the power of unions back with his Service Employees International Union. Ed Bradley looks at the efforts that educator Geoffrey Canada is making to get Harlem children on the right track to college. Finally, when the Dixie Chicks exercised their freedom to speak their minds about President Bush, some Americans were outraged. Their reputations were hurt, even death threats were received, but as Steve Kroft reports tonight, they are not sorry for having an opinion.

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  • S38Ep18: Sallie Mae; The Ethanol Solution; John Daly: Golf and Beer  5/7/2006   

    Government backed loans for college students has become the launching pad for Sallie Mae Corp skyrocketing stocks in the last 10 years. Lesley Stahl examines why shareholders may be causing students to drown in debt. The answer to our dependence on foreign oil, or oil at all, may be right under our noses in the massive corn fields of America. Dan Rather investigates just how simple this solution might be and why is it taking so long? Morley Safer has an interesting and rather lighthearted interview with John Daly, the professional golfer who lives in the fast lane of his golf cart. His sage wisdom at the age of 40 is to stay away from whiskey and pills, but bring on the beer and the bogeys.

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  • S38Ep17: 2006 Lethal and Leaking; Priory of Sion; Colbert Report  4/30/2006   

    In Hanford, Washington, the Department of Energy has spent more than 16 years trying to clean up an area along the Columbia River, without much success. Lesley Stahl reports on what is being called ‘the most contaminated piece of real estate’. “The Da Vinci Code” hasn’t even premiered yet, but the media has gone wild for anything remotely associated with the subjects covered in it. Tonight, Ed Bradley delves into the “Priory of Sion” and asks the question, ‘is it just an elaborate hoax?’ Finally, in the Colbert Report, Morley Safer explores the notoriety that Stephen Colbert’s mock news reports is causing.

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  • S38Ep16: A Spy Speaks Out; Aging in the 21st Century; The Star in Starbucks  4/23/2006   

    Ed Bradley stirs up the charges that the White House ignored the facts while pursuing a war in Iraq. Tonight, a CIA official talks about what was known and when. With the Baby Boomer generation making up the majority of ‘older’ Americans these days, it’s no surprise that anti-aging products are a fast growing, multi-billion dollar industry. From just plain smart choices with diet and exercise to the many products, treatments and controversies out there, Steve Kroft gives us a look and even warnings. Starbucks is one of the biggest business successes in recent years, in fact, a $29 Billion dollar, multi-national corporation. Tonight, Scott Pelley reports on how Howard Schultz grew a few local stores into the star that is Starbucks.

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  • S38Ep15: Terror Behind Bars; Too Many Men; Jaime Oliver  4/16/2006   

    April 16, 2006 Terror Behind Bars; Too Many Men; Jamie Oliver A look behind the bars of Israeli prisons and interviews with noted terrorists. Bob Simon reports. In the episodes other story, Lesley Stahl reports on the rising number of men in China. There has long been a favoring of male offspring and now the imbalance is larger there than anywhere else on earth. Unfortunately, crime rates have also risen in direct proportion. Also, a story about the ‘Naked Chef’, Jamie Oliver, one of the youngest and most known chefs in Great Britain. Oliver has had his own television series, published several cookbooks and is enthusiastic about introducing children to a healthy way of eating early in life. Ed Bradley reports.

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  • S38Ep14: Death of a General; Unusual Orphanage; Michelle Wie  4/9/2006   

    April 09, 2006 Death of a General; The Orphanage; Michelle Wie Scott Pelley interviews the serviceman who has been convicted in the killing of an Iraqi general being tortured. The soldier continues to insist he was not just authorized, but instructed. Bob Simon travels to Africa to take an inside look at a unique orphanage, for elephants. When heartless poachers slaughter adult elephants and even rhinos, for their tusks and horns, the babies have little chance for survival beyond a couple of days. This orphanage provides ‘round the clock care that saves many of their lives, and pursues the poachers. Finally, an interview with Michelle Wie. She’s just 16, but the highest paid female golfer on earth! Steve Kroft reports.

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  • S38Ep13: Dire Predictions from Osama Bin Laden’s Bodyguard  4/2/2006   

    Laden’s (former) bodyguard gives away some secrets about al Qaeda’s upcoming plans of attack against the U.S.. How believable is he and how are officials reacting? Bob Simon reports. Also, the adage, ‘What’s good for America, is good for GMC” may never mean the same thing again. Finally, with the newest digital innovations commonplace in homes across the country, many people are working longer hours and more days than ever before.

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  • S38Ep12: Betting on a Fall; Tiger (two hour ’60 Minutes’)  3/26/2006   

    March 26, 2006 Betting On A Fall; Tiger This is a two hour ’60 Minutes’ Investment pools for the wealthy may be the motivation behind misinformation about major companies. Lesley Stahl looks into whether or not one of these pools is being rightly accused in a lawsuit claiming they spread rumors in order to sway the market. Tiger (Woods) sits with Ed Bradley in a rare interview this evening. Perhaps one of the most down to earth, family oriented and most recognized figures, it doesn’t matter if you like golf or not, you can’t help but like Tiger.

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  • S38Ep11: Defending New York; Rewriting the Science; Family Ties  3/19/2006   

    The largest police department in the country, New York City’s 37,000 officers present a formidable barrier against terrorism. Their commitment to never suffer another 9/11 is inspiring and remarkable. Ed Bradley reports. Also, Scott Pelley takes a look into the facts regarding global warming as studied by NASA’s top scientist. Why is the Bush administration managing what the public is allowed to know? Our third story tonight is with Steve Kroft, about techniques that contribute to families today. Not long ago, there was little chance that sperm donors would even know if they ended up making any children at all. These days, fathers are not only sought out, but any other siblings as well.

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  • S38Ep10: Brutal; Al Qaeda’s Town; Gay or Straight?  3/12/2006   

    One of the FBI’s most wanted, James “Whitey” Bulger, ran rampant on the streets of Boston. Helping him with drug dealing, robbery and even murder, Kevin Weeks finally comes clean. In Al Qaeda’s town of Tal Afar, it was wall to wall terrorists. Still, as Lara Logan reports, the U.S. military persisted, insisting on reclaiming it for peace. Finally, tonight, Gay or Straight? Is it possible that parents of newborns will be asking that instead of asking ‘boy or girl?’. Science has some very interesting evidence that homosexuality really may be the way one is born.

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  • S38Ep9: Is the Price Right?; The Court Martial of Willie Brand; The Prince of Pot  3/5/2006   

    A disturbing, stark look into why people without health insurance are often required to pay more than people who have it. Dan Rather investigates why the same services are more expensive for those who seem least able to afford it. The Court Martial Of Willie Brand is about the horrific assault and resulting death of an Afghan prisoner by a U.S. soldier. He claims he was just following orders, but how this prisoner died is beyond belief. The Prince of Pot has been selling marijuana seeds from his business in Canada for years and he openly promotes the legalization of pot. U.S. officials are working to prosecute him in America and if convicted in the U.S., he could end up in prison for life. Why is he remaining so passionate about this?

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  • S38Ep8: Montana’s Coal Cowboy; On the Waterfront; To Walk Again  2/26/2006   

    Montana’s governor Brian Schweitzer claims the solution to high oil prices are right here at home. With all the coal in Montana, he claims there’s enough potential diesel fuel to enable the U.S. to refuse to bow down to current suppliers overseas. Also, the sale of U.S. port terminals to Middle Eastern company? How good an idea is this? It might really surprise you. Finally, stem cell research has proven successful in making paralyzed rats walk again. Can the same be done with humans?

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  • S38Ep7: State of Denmark; Global Warning!; Philip Seymour Hoffman  2/19/2006   

    Not in the headlines so much since publishing the offensive cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, Bob Simon travels to Denmark and talks with the man who made worldwide news of it all. Just in case you’ve forgotten about it, global warming is making dramatic changes on the planet. Tonight, visit the ‘top of the world’ and see some of the most significant findings. Nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Truman Capote, Philip Seymour Hoffman sits down with Steve Kroft for a humorous and heartfelt interview.

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  • S38Ep6: War Profiteers?; Surplus Embryos; Wounds of War  2/12/2006   

    You’ve probably suspected it and tonight, Steve Kroft asks the hard questions about where the money for restoration in Iraq really goes. Also tonight, a disturbing report about the massive destruction of human embryos. Lesley Stahl investigates. Mike Wallace interviews many of returning soldiers who have survived thanks to modern improvements in both medicine and protective devices used in war. With all the latest scandals about body armor, this new look at what’s happening is, perhaps, overdue.

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  • S38Ep5: The Worst Case Scenario; Prisoner of Pain; Off the Scale  1/29/2006   

    Just how prepared is the U.S. government to handle the fall out of a nuclear attack? Forget bird flu, what are the medical facilities in place for the population upon a terrorist attack with nuclear weapons? Also, when an accident victim has no control over their pain and ultimately, no control over the amount of pain meds he takes, is he further victimized when drug laws put him in jail? Bob Simon sits down with Deborah Voigt, the opera singer who lost a part because of her weight. Now, 100 lbs lighter after surgery, is she happy she did it and what about the offers now?

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  • S38Ep4: The Oil Sands; Kinky for Governor; Fatal1ty  1/22/2006   

    Alberta, Canada is one of today’s largest oil producing regions. What’s behind the oil boom and how much is there? Kinky Friedman, Jewish country singer with no political experience, believes he can govern Texas! Johnathan Wendel (Fatal1ty) makes a living playing video games. Is he giving false hope to today’s youth?

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  • S38Ep3: John Murtha; The Hermit Kingdom: Felicity Huffman  1/15/2006   

    Mike Wallace interviews Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.); Dan Rather reports on the communist dictatorship of North Korea; Lesley Stahl interviews Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy.

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  • S38Ep2: Gangster Cops? Sir Howard; Bode  1/8/2006   

    Gangster Cops? Sir Howard; Bode Has the mafia infiltrated the NY detectives? Ed Bradley gets the first interview with one of the former cops. Sony CEO, Sir Howard Stringer is determined to make the company the giant it once was. Bode Miller may be a skiing sensation representing the U.S., but does he go too far ?

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  • S38Ep1: The New Space Race; Fighting AIDS; Immortality  1/1/2006   

    Ed Bradley reports on how an individual may beat out worldwide governments in the space race. Bill Clinton , since leaving office, has taken up what some would consider even bigger causes, like eradicating AIDS. Finally, how long you want to live may be a matter of choice, not necessarily nature.

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