The Dutch Solution, The Power of Google, Into the Wild
Sep 23, 2018
How Dutch stormwater management could have mitigated damage from Hurricane Florence; then, Steve Kroft reports on how Google got so big; and, Anderson Cooper goes into the wild with Thomas D. Mangelsen
The Data Miner, The Shooting, The Price of Admission
Sep 02, 2018
Untangling the Facebook data scandal; then, Rep. Steve Scalise on surviving his life-threatening gunshot wound; and, why Bill and Melinda Gates put 20,000 students through college
The Fighter, Collateral Damage, The Harvard Lampoon
Aug 26, 2018
From 2017, Lesley Stahl interviews John McCain; then, the U.S. fight against Chinese espionage ensnares innocent Americans; and, 60 Minutes goes inside the Harvard Lampoon
War Crime, Saving a Generation, Second Act
Aug 19, 2018
What a chemical attack in Syria looks like; then, Bill Whitaker reports on how the opioid epidemic is leaving grandparents to raise grandchildren; and, Daniel Barenboim tries bridging the Middle East conflict with music
Hacking Democracy, the Legacy of Lynching, For Better or For Worse
Aug 12, 2018
What happened when Russia hacked the United States' election infrastructure?; then, inside the memorial to victims of lynching; and, following a couple from diagnosis to the final stages of Alzheimer’s
The Wounds of War, The Leaning Tower of San Francisco, Jennifer Lawrence
Aug 05, 2018
Scott Pelley reports on how hospitals have become targets in Syria's civil war; then, San Francisco’s leaning tower of lawsuits; and, Jennifer Lawrence's surprising trip to the top of Hollywood
Pelican Bay, Vast, Airlift
Jul 22, 2018
Reforming solitary confinement at an infamous California prison; then, spectacular revelations courtesy of Hubble; and, saving rhino with helicopters
The Monuments, Seaweed, Alma
Jul 15, 2018
The history and future of Confederate monuments; then, seaweed farming and its surprising benefits; and, the prodigy whose “first language” is Mozart
Redemption, Voyagers, The Young American
Jul 08, 2018
Meet a convicted felon who became a Georgetown law professor; then, the little spacecraft that could; and, will Christian Pulisic be the next big name in soccer?
The Whistleblower, Donald Sutherland
Jun 17, 2018
An ex-DEA agent says the opioid crisis has been fueled by the drug industry and Congress; and, the long, unconventional career of Donald Sutherland
Singapore Summit, Secret Weapon, JR
Jun 10, 2018
What’s at stake when President Trump meets with Kim Jong Un?; then, Facebook "embeds," Russia and the Trump campaign's secret weapon; and, larger than life displays by French photographer JR
Kabul under siege, Feeding Puerto Rico, "The Greek Freak"
Jun 03, 2018
Kabul under siege while America's longest war rages on; then, José Andrés feeds the people of Puerto Rico; and, Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks' "Greek Freak"
Friendly Fire, The Rhino Crisis
May 27, 2018
Why were 5 U.S. soldiers killed by an American bomber in Afghanistan; and, controversial rhino horn sales eyed as solution to poaching crisis
The Real Power of Google, The Theranos deception, The Spotted Pig
May 20, 2018
How did Google get so big; then, the Theranos deception; and, Mario Batali and the Spotted Pig
Pope Francis, At the Zoo
May 13, 2018
Pope Francis shares candid thoughts in new documentary; and, matchmaking for zoo animals.
100,000 Women, Saving a Generation, Shock Therapy
May 13, 2018
Gynecological Mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing; then, Bill Whitaker reports on how the opioid epidemic is leaving grandparents to raise grandchildren; and, is shock therapy making a comeback?
The Rockford File, Orphans of War, Into the Wild
May 06, 2018
Lesley Stahl reports on the problem with prescription drug prices; then, saving the orphans of war; and, into the wild with Thomas D. Mangelsen
60 Minutes Presents: Behind Bars
Mar 04, 2018
The prison system that emphasizes rehabilitation over punishment; a bank robber who became a law professor; and beautiful music inside the "waiting room of hell"
God of War, The Blockade of Qatar, The Forger
Oct 29, 2017
Defending the U.S. from North Korea's nuclear threat; Qatar's emir stands defiant in face of blockade; then, how a WWII-era forger saved lives, one fake document at a time.
The Whistleblower, Redemption
Oct 15, 2017
Ex-DEA agent: Opioid crisis fueled by drug industry and Congress; Meet a convicted felon who became a Georgetown law professor.
Storming Room 135, Secret Weapon, The Restaurateur
Oct 08, 2017
Officers describe storming Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock's hotel room; Facebook ads, Russia and the Trump campaign's secret weapon; Shake Shack founder on changing the way restaurants do business.
The Shooting, Vast, The Young American
Oct 01, 2017
Rep. Steve Scalise on surviving: "It's a miracle," then, spectacular revelations courtesy of Hubble; and, will Christian Pulisic be the next big name in soccer?