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Season 47

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Season 47

1384 :47x01 - The Islamic State, The Tax Refund Scam

America's most-watched news program begins its 47th season with a report from Iraq on the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group that's grabbed the world's attention, and the story of an enormous scam against the IRS that's siphoning billions from taxpayers.

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1385 :47x02 - President Obama, Chairman Ma

President Barack Obama has agreed to sit down with Steve Kroft for a wide-ranging interview about foreign and domestic issues, including the bombing campaign he ordered against ISIS.

Source: CBS

1386 :47x03 - The Director, Cancer Drugs, Smartest Dog

The Director - FBI Director James Comey speaks with 60 Minutes for his first television interview since taking over the bureau.

The Smartest Dog in the World - Anderson Cooper meets a dog who knows the names of over a thousand different toys.

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1389 :47x06 - Treating Ebola, Breeding out Disease, Foo Fighters

Treating Ebola, Breeding out Disease, Foo Fighters

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1390 :47x07 - Recruiting for ISIS, Under Fire, Blake Shelton

Suspicions that Muslim fundamentalists in London are aiding recruitment for ISIS and Blake Shelton.

Source: CBS

1391 :47x08 - The Ebola Hot Zone, Cleaning up the VA, Steve Carell

News magazine show hosted by CBS correspondents.

1392 :47x09 - Water, Cardinal Seán, Mandy Patinkin

NASA satellite technology is used to demonstrate the depletion of crucial groundwater all over the globe; Cardinal Seán O'Malley, archbishop of Boston; actor Mandy Patinkin.

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1393 :47x10 - Falling Apart, Chernobyl, Forgotten Corner of Hell

News magazine show hosted by CBS correspondents.

1394 :47x11 - War and Hunger, Swiping Your Card, Lion Whisperer

News magazine show hosted by CBS correspondents.

1395 :47x12 - The Spill at Dan River, Disrupting Cancer, The City of Music

News magazine show hosted by CBS correspondents.

1396 :47x13 - Denied, Inside Homs, Mindfulness

News magazine show hosted by CBS correspondents.

1397 :47x14 - Reese Witherspoon on being called "washed up"!

Diplomatic relations reopened between U.S. and Cuba; Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) and a exclusive interview with Reese Witherspoon.

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1398 :47x15 - Inside the Vatican

Pope Francis' closest friends describe him; the Vatican Library.

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1399 :47x16 - U.S. Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani

U.S. Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani talk about the future of Afghanistan; a choir in Harlem for mature adults.

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1400 :47x17 - The results of Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana

The results of Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana; the Affordable Care Act; veterans using mountain climbing to overcome disabilities they acquired during war.

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1403 :47x20 - Dan Kaufman, director of the Information Innovation Office at DARPA, Swiss banking leak & the Director of "SELMA"

Dan Kaufman, director of the Information Innovation Office at DARPA; Swiss banking leak; "Selma" director Ava DuVernay on the filming of a key scene and the controversial portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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1404 :47x21 - Bob Simon's final report!

Bob Simon reports on the development of a promising drug, ZMapp, intended to combat Ebola; the origin of terrorists responsible for recent deadly attacks in Paris; "American Sniper" star Bradley Cooper. Bob Simon's final report - Bob Simon finished the 60 Minutes report "ZMapp," on the development of a promising drug to combat Ebola, the day he died.

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1405 :47x22 - Remembering Bob Simon

His 60 Minutes colleagues recall Bob Simon for a special broadcast honoring the late newsman's remarkable life and art Sunday on CBS.

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1406 :47x23 - FEMA: Evidence of fraud in Hurricane Sandy reports

Homeowners who submitted flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy say they were denied because of fraudulent engineering reports; Chinese-made laminate flooring that may not meet health and safety standards; comic and actor Larry David.

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1407 :47x24 - A prosecutor dies right before presenting damning charges

A prosecutor dies right before presenting damning charges; veterans of a Marine company that experienced high casualties in Afghanistan; Bob Simon's profile of New York Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine.

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1408 :47x25 - Social Security Administration's Death Master File

Scott Pelley investigates the Social Security Administration's Death Master File; David Martin reports on orders given to the Marine Corps to open up its ground combat units to women; Lesley Stahl reports on Damian Aspinall's controversial mission to release animals bred in captivity.

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1409 :47x26 - Iraq's Christians, Rare Earth Elements & Starstruck

Christians from Iraq who have been forced to flee from ISIS violence; the mining and processing of rare earth elements; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about his career and his fascination with the universe.

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1410 :47x27 - Bashar al-Assad

Charlie Rose interviews the Syrian dictator as a four-year-old civil war drags on in which his regime has been accused of devastating attacks on civilians with chemical and "barrel bomb: weapons.

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1411 :47x28 - U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and an interview with Gerry Adams

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and an interview with Gerry Adams, the president of the Irish Republican political party; the people behind the scenes of Wikipedia, including its founder Jimmy Wales.

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1414 :47x31 - Death in the Mediterranean, The Battle Above

Syrian Ahmad Zaid al-Abdu knows he and his family could have died like hundreds of migrants did off the Libyan coast last week when their overcrowded boat capsized and sank. But he says staying in Aleppo would have meant certain death. Clarissa Ward speaks to him and his family before they were smuggled by rubber boat from Turkey to Greece. She also reports from aboard an Italian ship like the ones those who died off Libya last week were hoping to be rescued by.
U.S. officials have become concerned about China's anti-satellite capabilities, which could potentially threaten the satellites that give the U.S. military its edge on the battlefield and provide the GPS signals that smartphones, ATMs, and power grids use. David Martin reports on this competition high above the Earth on the next edition of 60 Minutes.

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1415 :47x32 - The All-American, The Lesson of War, Whisky Island

The federal government is in debt and could use a hand says billionaire David Rubenstein. So he is donating his own money to fix the Washington Monument, Monticello and the Iwo Jima Memorial. He won't be fixing his children up with hundreds of millions of dollars, however, telling Morley Safer that to do so might stunt their productivity. Safer profiles the billionaire investor who is determined to give most of his fortune away -- much of it to preserve America's public treasures. | Scott Pelley explores the effects on children -- Arab and Israeli -- in the age-old conflict that reached another boiling point in last summer's war between Gaza and Israel. | It's a classic 60 Minutes story with adventure, beauty and Bob Simon -- but it almost didn't make air. Simon shot the report "Whisky Island," on the Scottish island of Islay where whisky has been made since the 15th century, before he died earlier this year. He hadn't started the script. Only his notes were left behind.

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1416 :47x33 - The Spy Among Us, Misty Copeland

The Spy Among Us: Jack Barsky held a job at some of the top corporations in the U.S. and lived a seemingly normal life -- all while spying for the Soviet Union |

Misty Copeland: She overcame an underprivileged childhood and then a potentially career-ending injury to finally realize her dream. Misty Copeland, one of the ballet's few black stars, is poised for greatness. |

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1417 :47x34 - An Unlikely Informant, The Unknown America, The King of CrossFit

Unlikely Informant: Short and pudgy and a criminal himself, he was no James Bond, but undercover informant Michael Blutrich was nevertheless one of the most effective informants ever according to authorities for whom he helped indict many Mafia members. Anderson Cooper reports on Sunday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. | The Unknown America: With over 50 percent of our nation lying underwater, huge discoveries await, says explorer Robert Ballard. Lara Logan reports on Sunday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. | The King of CrossFit: CrossFit creator Greg Glassman calls for Adidas to sell Reebok to "someone young, fresh." Watch Sharyn Alfonsi's full report, "The King of CrossFit" on Sunday, May 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

Source: cbsnews.com

1418 :47x35 - Child Suicide Bombers, A Monumental Project

Child Suicide Bombers: Lara Logan reports on the recruitment of child suicide bombers in Afghanistan and Pakistan and one psychologist's fight to rehabilitate youth trained by the Taliban. |

A Monumental Project: It took over eight decades, but a building dedicated to African American history and culture is finally taking shape on the National Mall in Washington after being first authorized by Congress in 1929. Scott Pelley reports on the progress of the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) and some of the items being considered for its collection in a 60 Minutes story to be broadcast Sunday, May 17.

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