The 46th season begins. Scott Pelley interviews Secretary of State John Kerry; Steve Kroft reports on schizophrenia; Norah O'Donnell interviews Bill O'Reilly who discusses his book "Killing Jesus."
Steve Kroft investigates the federal disability program; Lara Logan views footage of the actual 1993 Battle of Mogadishu that was dramatized in the movie "Black Hawk Down"; Anderson Cooper reports on asteroids that could potentially strike Earth.
Bob Simon reports on the decline of Detroit and the people who are determined to rescue it; Morley Safer profiles teen scientist Jack Andraka who invented an early test for pancreatic cancer; Lesley Stahl reports on a daring 1975 rescue in Saigon.
Steve Kroft reports on how members of Congress often use funds donated to political-action committees for their own personal use; former vice president Dick Cheney discusses his heart issues. Also: efforts to save the endangered humpback whale.
Lara Logan hears the first eyewitness account from a westerner who was on the ground in Benghazi, Libya, during the deadly 2012 Al Qaeda attack on the U.S. consulate; John Miller interviews former CIA deputy director Michael Morrell; Bob Simon visits backstage at the New York Metropolitan Opera with general manager Peter Gelb.
Lesley Stahl visits the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, facility where the alleged 9/11 terrorists will face trial; Scott Pelley reports on the Lamborghini car company; Armen Keteyian profiles Alabama football coach Nick Saban.
Scott Pelley interviews American photographer Matthew Schrier who was kidnapped in Syria by extremists and held for seven months before he escaped; Lara Logan reports on the Heroes Project that helps wounded warriors; Morley Safer profiles photographer Henry Grossman, best known for his iconic pictures of JFK and the Beatles.
Lesley Stahl visits the prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Charlie Rose interviews billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates, and Warren Buffett who plan to give away at least half of their fortunes to charity; Bob Simon reports on an orchestra in Paraguay whose members fashioned instruments from refuse collected at dumps.
Steve Kroft reports on how the FBI tracked down and arrested former Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger; Scott Pelley reports on new therapies to treat post-traumatic stress disorder; Anderson Cooper profiles author Malcolm Gladwell.
A behind-the-scenes look at online-retailer Amazon's warehouses; a report on the restoration of the Capitol dome in Washington, D.C.; and a close-up on a free-diving extreme sport.