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.
Bob Simon explores the personal life of Nelson Mandela (1918-2013); Anderson Cooper interviews former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell who recalls the 2005 battle in Afghanistan that he alone survived.
John Miller goes inside the National Security Agency to report on what the NSA claims it does and does not do, such as spy on Americans; Bob Simon reports on the persecution of Coptic Christians in Egypt.
Lesley Stahl interviews National Security Advisor Susan Rice; Steve Kroft reports on Colorado's medical marijuana industry; Morley Safer profiles quarterback coach Steve Clarkson.
Steve Kroft takes a look at the extreme sport of wingsuit flying; Bob Simon spotlights wildlife filmmakers and their use of "spy-cam" techniques; and Anderson Cooper studies the man-eating Nile crocodile.
Lesley Stahl investigates the U.S. government's investment in so-called "clean-tech" energy alternatives to fossil fuels; Bob Simon profiles Kim Dotcom, who ran the file-sharing service Megaupload; Scott Pelley reports on volcanoes.
Lesley Stahl interviews people with superior autobiographical memory, including the first child known to scientists to possess the rare ability.
American aid worker Jessica Buchanan recalls her kidnapping by Somali land pirates and rescue by Navy SEALs. Also: Bob Simon reports on Sudanese refugees who have resettled in the U.S.
Scott Pelley examines the state of mental health care for young people and interviews Sen. Creigh Deeds (D-Va.), whose mentally-ill son committed suicide; Morley Safer reports on companies that hire disadvantaged youth; Steve Kroft interviews Jay Leno.
Lesley Stahl examines suggested drug doses based on sex. Also: a 2006 interview with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014); a report on providing apartments for homeless people.
Scott Pelley interviews U.S. businessman Bill Browder, who claims his life was threatened due to outrageous corruption in Russia; David Martin examines the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter; Lesley Stahl profiles Cate Blanchett.
Scott Pelley chats to a coach who's been hailed a hero since chasing a gunman out of a school. Plus Bob Simon meets art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi and Anderson Cooper has an interview with Liam Neeson about the sudden loss of wife when she died in a skiing accident 5 years ago.
Steve Kroft hosts a special hour of 60 Minutes including the capture of "Whitey" Bulger; the murder of a neo-Nazi leader; and, the largest archival theft in U.S. history.
Clarissa Ward reports from Ukraine and looks at the people behind the revolution; Steve Kroft investigates private companies that collect, analyze and sell personal information on Americans; Bob Simon reports on a radio telescope in Chile that allows scientists to view parts of the universe previously never seen before.
Bob Simon interviews Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef; Morley Safer reports on privacy issues raised by commercial drones with cameras; Sanjay Gupta looks into the history of Tabasco in Louisiana.
The investigators who dealt with the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing talk about the incident, a year on from the tragedy. How a group of thieves managed to steal $500,000000 over 20 years. Plus the cartoonists of The New Yorker, Bob Mankoff and David Remnick discuss their work.
Weekly investigative journalism show, featuring various correspondents reporting on different stories and issues.
Weekly investigative journalism show, featuring various correspondents reporting on different stories and issues. Michael Lewis' book "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt"; entrepreneur Elon Musk; jazz musician Marcus Roberts.
Pope Francis' closest friends, including a rabbi he's known for years in his native Argentina, describe a pontiff who is surprising the world by spurning tradition to bring humility and humanity to the papacy; and, Boston-area native Shalane Flanagan took the Boston Marathon bombings personally, giving the runner even more motivation to win the race this year.
Billionaire Paul Tudor Jones' charity -- the Robin Hood Foundation -- fights poverty with the hard-nosed, business sense of Wall Street; then, Imagine being able to remember virtually every day of your life; and, 200 musicians in the Congo are defying the poverty of their war-torn country and creating some of the most moving music we have ever heard.
Lesley Stahl gets rare access inside an American nuclear control center and meets the young airmen who watch over some of the world's deadliest weapons; and,in one of the more remarkable humanitarian stories of WWII, Briton Nicholas Winton helped save hundreds of mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of the war.
Weekly investigative journalism show, featuring various correspondents reporting on different stories and issues. BP's agreement to compensate victims of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; a study on what makes people live past 90.
A investigation into the threat to wild salmon.
Weekly investigative journalism show, featuring various correspondents reporting on different stories and issues. The latest on a potential nuclear deal with Iran; restoring the U.S. Capitol dome in Washington, D.C.; an orchestra in Paraguay features instruments made of recycled materials found at a dump.
Featuring a interview with Creigh Deeds, who discusses mental healthcare shortcomings.