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Season 48

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Season 48

1419 :48x01 - Vladimir Putin / Donald Trump

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1438 :48x20 - Anonymous, Inc., Greenland

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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1443 :48x25 - Prime Minister Trudeau / King of Coal / Death Row in Livingston, TX

Prime Minister Trudeau - What do Canadians not like about the U.S? Lara Logan asks Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and gets a surprisingly candid response.

King of Coal - Coal company CEO's misdemeanor conviction after a disaster that killed 29 miners is a "perversion of justice" says victim's sister.

Death Row in Livingston, TX - See the faces and hear the voices of death row -- 60 Minutes visits the capital of capital punishment in Texas

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1444 :48x26 - Encryption / Aid in Dying / Starchitect

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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1445 :48x27 - Presidente Marci / Cornel West / The Resurrection of St. Benedict's

​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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1446 :48x28 - Make-A-Wish / The Health Wagon / The Giving Pledge

Make-A-Wish - Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children.

The Health Wagon - Nurse practitioners are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured working poor in Appalachia -- medical mercy for those left out of Obamacare and ineligible for Medicaid.

The Giving Pledge - Membership comes with just two requirements: You must be worth at least a billion dollars and be willing to give half of that away.

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1447 :48x29 - Crime and Punishment / Bubba / Christopher Wheeldon

Crime and Punishment - Germany's prison system keeps convicts comfortable, costs less and has lower recidivism rates, but would Americans ever accept it?

Bubba - As he competes with his opponents, Bubba Watson also has to contend with a fear of strangers watching him on the golf course

Christopher Wheeldon - Tony Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon brings ballet to Broadway in the hit show "An American in Paris"

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1448 :48x30 - 28 Pages / Rising in the East / Switching Teams

28 Pages - Former Senator Bob Graham and others urge the Obama administration to declassify redacted pages of a report that holds 9/11 secrets

Rising in the East
- One American producer in China says "watch out," as the rising Chinese film industry looks to take on Hollywood

Switching Teams
- In his first television interview, a transgender Harvard swimmer says he made the right choice to swim on the men's team, even though he hasn't won races.

1450 :48x32 - The Heroin Epidemic / Dialing for Dollars / Gold Star Parents

The Heroin Epidemic - Ohio's attorney general says arresting drug addicts is not going to solve the heroin epidemic in his state. Attorney General Mike DeWine is hoping the use of drug courts can help reduce the drug addiction that's taking the lives of 23 Ohioans each week.

Dialing for Dollars - Rep. David Jolly says he was told his first job as a newly elected congressman was to raise $18,000 a day so he could get reelected. On Sunday's 60 Minutes, the Florida Republican calls the daily phone calls he and other members of Congress feel pressed to make to donors a "shameful" distraction from work they should be doing for the people who elected them.

Gold Star Parents - The parents of military members who gave their lives in the wars since 9/11 are finding solace in an old San Francisco hotel at a unique event held annually. The Marine's Memorial Hotel and Club was transformed into a living memorial after WWII. Once a year, "Blue Star" mothers -- whose children served in the military -- invite "Gold Star" parents -- whose children died while serving in the military -- to a commemorative gathering. Mike Anderson has attended all eleven.

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1451 :48x33 - Strike-through / Fintech / The Children's Village

​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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1452 :48x34 - The Killing Machine

ISIS has become an efficient "killing machine" run in a scientific way much like Hitler ran his Holocaust against the Jews, says a priest who would know. Fr. Patrick Desbois has been uncovering hidden sites of the Holocaust for years and points out the similarities he finds in the ethnic cleansing ISIS has undertaken against the Yezidis in Iraqi Kurdistan. Lara Logan and 60 MINUTES cameras accompany the French Catholic priest on a recent mission to expose a genocide that has taken the lives of at least 5,000 Yezidis.

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1453 :48x35 - Breakthrough Status / Collateral Damage

Breakthrough Status - FDA grants breakthrough status to Duke University cancer treatment documented by 60 Minutes.

Collateral Damage - American Xiaoxing Xi, chair of Temple University physics department, was wrongly accused of sending American technology to China and worries about his career.

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1454 :48x36 - Morley Safer retires after 46 seasons

Morley Safer, the CBS newsman and 60 Minutes' longest-serving correspondent, will formally retire this week. His unparalleled career will be celebrated in a special hour directly following this Sunday's regular edition of 60 Minutes. "Morley Safer: A Reporter's Life" will be broadcast Sunday, May 15 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Safer's first season as a regular 60 Minutes correspondent began in 1970 with a story about the training of U.S. Sky Marshals. His last 60 Minutes report -- number 919 -- a profile of Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, was broadcast in March. "After more than 50 years of broadcasting on CBS News and 60 Minutes I have decided to retire. It's been a wonderful run, but the time has come to say goodbye to all of my friends at CBS and the dozens of people who kept me on the air," said Safer. "But most of all I thank the millions of people who have been loyal to our broadcast."

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1455 :48x37 - Inside Edge

Roomy Khan provides a rare look inside the secretive world of insider trading. She tells how she got caught and then helped the government bring down Raj Rajaratnam -- the billionaire co-founder of one of the world's largest hedge funds

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1456 :48x38 - Valerie Jarrett

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1458 :48x40 - A New Direction on Drugs / Smart Guns / Little Jazz Man

​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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1459 :48x41 - Lost in the Bermuda Triangle / Hamilton

​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 - 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, acting 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 last November. The previously unseen additions include more of the interviews with Miranda, the cast, and more material and performance footage from the show that's up for a record 16 Tony Awards.

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1460 :48x42 - Smart Guns / 28 Pages / Taking on the Eiger

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.

28 Pages - Top secret "28 pages" may hold clues about Saudi support for 9/11 hijackers.

Taking on the Eiger
​ - 60 Minutes cameras capture an extreme sportsman descending the Eiger the way James Bond might do it.

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1461 :48x43 - El Chapo / The Resurrection of St. Benedict's / Bubba

El Chapo - U.S. and Mexican authorities give Bill Whitaker the inside story of the hunt for and recapture of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.

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.

Bubba - Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the compelling and controversial golfer Bubba Watson -- who says he wants to improve himself, not his golf.

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1462 :48x44 - Steve Jobs / The unmistakable sound of "Star Wars" / Michael Caine

Steve Jobs - "Steve Jobs" director Danny Boyle and actor Michael Fassbender tell 60 Minutes that everyone knew a different side of the Apple icon.

The unmistakable sound of "Star Wars" - More footage from 60 Minutes' profile of J.J. Abrams, director of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".

Michael Caine - Michael Caine tells Lesley Stahl how he learns his lines, how he found his wife and why there's a plaque in London bearing his name.

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1463 :48x45 - The Gaskos / The Execution of Joseph Woods / Danny Clinch

The Gaskos - FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list.

The Execution of Joseph Woods - An 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.

Danny Clinch - Danny Clinch has photographed just about every heavyweight in music. What does he look for? The "moment in between."

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1465 :48x47 - Clinton-Kaine say they won't sling mud at Trump / Make-A-Wish

Clinton-Kaine say they won't sling mud at Trump - Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia tell Scott Pelley they will not engage in the type of insults hurled at Clinton from rival Donald Trump. They addressed the "Crooked Hillary" epithet Trump often uses and spoke with Pelley about a host of other issues in their first joint interview conducted yesterday in Miami.

Make-A-Wish - Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children.

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1466 :48x48 - TBA

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Network: CBS ( USA)
Type: News
Genres: Current Events, Interview, Politics
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Sundays at 07:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 24, 1968
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