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Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to Donald Trump.

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60 Minutes 6/13

60 Minutes 6/13

2021-06-1446:00

On this week's "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley reports on how first responders and emergency rooms are changing their protocols regarding mass shootings. Anderson Cooper takes us inside The Clotilda, the wreck of the last ship known to have brought enslaved Africans to America. And Sharyn Alfonsi speaks with the gold medal-winning gymnast Simone Biles.
60 Minutes 6/6

60 Minutes 6/6

2021-06-0744:142

On this week's "60 Minutes," a lack of transparency from Chinese officials and looming geopolitical consequences have damaged the credibility of a WHO-led inquiry into how the virus that causes COVID-19 originated. Lesley Stahl reports. How cybercriminals hold data hostage -- and why the best solution is often paying a ransom. Scott Pelley reports. And eighteen years after declining to take a hard stance in his first profile on 60 Minutes, Sir David Attenborough warns about the dangers of climate change.
60 Minutes 5/30

60 Minutes 5/30

2021-05-3146:283

On this week's "60 Minutes," judges say it's time for more security in the face of mounting violence. Bill Whitaker reports. Six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants. And Jon Wertheim interviews pianist Igor Levit.
60 Minutes 5/23

60 Minutes 5/23

2021-05-2446:113

Next week marks the 100th anniversary of the Greenwood Massacre, a two-day assault in 1921 on a thriving black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Scott Pelley reports.  A number of states have introduced bills that would prevent doctors from treating transgender youth. Lesley Stahl reports. And Bill Whitaker reports on Earth's newest volcano, Geldingadalir. These stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 5/16

60 Minutes 5/16

2021-05-1746:043

More police departments across the U.S. are using facial recognition technology, but there aren't well-established national guidelines on how it should be used. Anderson Cooper tells us more. Next month, a government report is expected to be made public on sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena, better known as UFOs. Bill Whitaker reports on the sightings. And Tennis legend Rafael Nadal tells Jon Wertheim that self-doubt is the key to his success. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 5/9

60 Minutes 5/9

2021-05-1046:533

On this week's "60 Minutes," Anderson Cooper goes inside the dramatic missions to Mars by the tiny helicopter Ingenuity and the rover Perseverance. He reports that NASA's dramatic landing on the Red Planet in February wasn't as smooth as it may have seemed to people watching at home. In a two-part report, Jon Wertheim story of the "Ritchie Boys," a group who used their knowledge of German language and culture to gather more than half the combat intelligence on the Western Front.
60 Minutes 5/2

60 Minutes 5/2

2021-05-0347:262

On this week's "60 Minutes," Secretary of State Antony Blinken tells Norah O'Donnell that he will visit Ukraine next week. This comes as  Russian President Vladimir Putin has pulled back in the last few days some of the more than 100,000 troops he's amassed at the Ukrainian border. The demand for microchips in the U.S. is growing, but fewer and fewer are being manufactured domestically. Lesley Stahl speaks with Pat Gelsinger, the new CEO of Intel, and Mark Liu, Chairman of TSMC, the Taiwanese company leading the world in advanced chip production. John Dickerson interviews author, John Lewis, about his book, "The Premonition," which follows doctors and scientists who saw the pandemic coming. 
60 Minutes 4/25

60 Minutes 4/25

2021-04-2647:031

Last week, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts for the death of George Floyd. Scott Pelley talks to Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison about the verdict. In an interview withLesley Stahl, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny talks about the poisoning attack he survived and why he thinks President Putin was behind it. Plus -- a return to live performances? Jon Wertheim talks to veteran Broadway actor, Nathan Lane about how he and his colleagues are getting a chance to perform live. These stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 4/18

60 Minutes 4/18

2021-04-1946:035

Although the Oath Keepers national head Stewart Rhodes "refused to talk"  with "60 Minutes," Sharyn Alfonsi sits down with members of the largest chapter of the Oath Keepers, who sharply criticized its national leader for the breach of the Capitol on January 6. For decades, research has shown Black Americans are more prone to serious disease and death than Whites in America, leading the Centers for Disease Control to declare racism as a serious public health threat. Bill Whitaker reports. And Viola Davis opens up to Jon Wertheim about her new role as Ma Rainey, her relationship with August Wilson's material, a bold scene on ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder" and her life growing up.
60 Minutes 4/11

60 Minutes 4/11

2021-04-1245:245

On this week's "60 Minutes," Fed Chair Jerome Powell tells Scott Pelley that the economy is set to make turnaround with growth and jobs. Bill Whitaker reports on some of the innovations being developed to try to prevent the next pandemic. And Jon Wetheim, as well as all of us, will hear music recorded by Prince in 2010, for the very first time.
60 Minutes 4/4

60 Minutes 4/4

2021-04-0546:121

On this week's "60 Minutes," Sharyn Alfonsi investigates allegations that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made decisions about COVID vaccine distribution favoring wealthy or connected individuals. Holly Williams reports on the tale of teenage boys who survived on an island for 15 months. And Lesley Stahl profiles Darren Walker, a gay, African American man, and Founder of one of this country's largest and most storied philanthropies, the Ford Foundation.
60 Minutes 3/28

60 Minutes 3/28

2021-03-2945:563

A former Clinton administration National Safety Council official and a member of the WHO advisory committee on genetic engineering tells Lesley Stahl that the Chinese did not allow the WHO-led team to carry out a full and unrestricted inquiry into the origin of the coronavirus outbreak. Anderson Cooper gets rare access inside Boston Dynamics' robotics workshop. Jon Wertheim reports on how a high school girls basketball team and all-star sportswriter Dave Kindred formed a bond. These stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 3/21

60 Minutes 3/21

2021-03-2246:251

On this week's "60 Minutes," David Martin interviews Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, who weighs in on the racial bias he' has experienced throughout career. A Georgia school system is helping the CDC understand how the coronavirus spreads within schools. John Dickerson tells us more. And Scott Pelley interviews Michael Sherwin, the DOJ prosecutor who has been leading the investigation into the Capitol riots, the largest criminal investigation in U.S. history.
60 Minutes 3/14

60 Minutes 3/14

2021-03-1547:571

On this week's "60 Minutes," NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins speaks with Dr. Jon LaPook about the mutations he's seeing in the coronavirus that make it more serious. Bill Whitaker speaks with Kim Gardner, the first Black woman to be St. Louis' top prosecutor. And Sharyn Alfonsi introduces us to the self-dubbed "Best Band in the Land," New Orleans' St. Augustine High School Marching Band.
60 Minutes 3/7

60 Minutes 3/7

2021-03-0849:141

Low wage workers are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus recession. Scott Pelley travels to Ohio and talks to people who have lost their income and homes. A 40-year-old antidepressant and a California horse track are connected in what could be another treatment of COVID19. Sharyn Alfonsi tells us more. And Bill Whitaker introduces us to NASA engineer, Jodie Singer, who is in charge of building the rocket aimed at putting first woman on the moon. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 2/28

60 Minutes 2/28

2021-03-0149:083

In his first television interview since joining the Biden administration, Coronavirus Coordinator, Jeff Zients tells Bill Whitaker the administration is doing all it can to increase vaccinations. David Martin reports on the attack that nearly caused war between the U.S. and Iran. And John Dickerson interviews two time Pulitzer winning novelist Colson Whitehead about his own "existential terror" of being descended from slaves and how it shapes his writing. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 2/21

60 Minutes 2/21

2021-02-2248:58

In an interview with Bill Whitaker, U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, whose son was killed, says FBI evidence found suggested the gunman was also targeting Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Scott Pelley reports on the efforts to hold Syrian President Bashar Assad accountable for the atrocities committed against his own people in Syria's civil war. And DHS official Elizabeth Neumann tells Lesley Stahl hate groups are targeting disillusioned QAnon followers. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 2/14

60 Minutes 2/14

2021-02-1546:051

On this week's "60 Minutes," Investigators believe Russia is behind a massive cyber hack that hit several federal agencies, including the Treasury, Commerce, and Justice Departments. Bill Whitaker has the story. In an interview with Anderson Cooper, Microsoft founder Bill Gates says climate change is biggest challenge ever faced by humanity. And Decorated Olympian Simone Biles talks to Sharyn Alfonsi about the cancellation of the 2020 Olympics, and her doubts about competing again.
60 Minutes 2/7

60 Minutes 2/7

2021-02-0846:423

With 60 Minutes off for the Super Bowl this week, in its place, CBS Audio presents a special broadcast of The Debrief with Major Garrett, a weekly politics-focused audio documentary. Major explores the topic of disinformation and how the QAnon conspiracy theory helped fuel the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. This episode includes the entirety of "Disinformation: Part 1" and a special preview of "Part 2."
60 Minutes 1/31

60 Minutes 1/31

2021-02-0145:012

Scott Pelley speaks to the bereaved families of some of the 400,000 Americans who perished in the pandemic. And In a two-part story, Jon Wetheim reports that Chinese company, BGI Group, offered to build COVID labs in at least six states and U.S. intelligence officials issued warnings not to share health data with BGI.
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Comments (53)

bob caygeon

The leftist-controlled media realized that Gov. Desantis is gaining popularity so they sent 60 Min. to do an ambush hit piece. Well, it backfired and 60 Min. looks ridiculous.

May 26th
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Pete Jackson King

Like assassinating their head nuke guy didn't almost start a war¿

Mar 1st
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Jldubz

morgues with no bodys in it 🤣

Dec 21st
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Jldubz

shouldn't you be called 30minutes? there's 30 min of adds lol

Dec 21st
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Jldubz

#dontdoit

Dec 21st
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Pete Jackson King

I don't watch Ken Burns documentaries since he didn't add racism to his one on country music. Charlie Pride is rolling in his grave over that one!! 😠

Nov 22nd
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Free World

The world is over populated. Why would you bribe people to contribute to such a ridiculous agenda. Cultural death?? Reaks of racism.

Nov 16th
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Jldubz

lol literally no answers to the softest softball questions. haha im surprised Joe even had an answer after the ice cream question 🤣🍦

Oct 26th
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Jldubz

"You go back home.. you go back home to mommy" 45

Oct 26th
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Gary Herman

The serial killer story is not amazing. It's Psychopathy and preying on people who didn't have anyone caring about them. This is a horrible story NOT the glorified story you presented.

Sep 7th
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Timothy Drummond

Seems like more dispensaries would help that issue...

Aug 3rd
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Aaron Nemoyer

#Moving and indicative #loss from within the #jazz #community. #Coronavirus and #COVID19 took a good one. ⚰ 🎷 #RIP Ellis #Marsalis. 🎹 🎺 https://youtu.be/T2_9Rkk4f_g

Apr 15th
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Pete Jackson King

#NEVERGOINGTOFEELTHEBERN

Feb 24th
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Jeff N

Wonderful interview with Sir Paul.

Feb 21st
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Jocc

Not undermining the Jewish Holocaust but the African slave trade e was by far worst but never discussed as so.

Dec 16th
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Philly Burbs

Never forget Mitch McConnel refused to join Obama in stopping the Russians. never forget

Nov 27th
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Jocc

God bless America 🇺🇸

Oct 17th
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bob caygeon

60 Minutes of uninspired boredom is what its become.

Sep 24th
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Steven Fischer

I work on an RF machine.. no headaches here. also why does 60 minutes have so many repeat epidodes

Sep 3rd
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RECON WARROIR

Paul McCartney & ring-O are cool awesome rad dude's it's to bad that the others died from cigarettes Nathan C p.s. not that the others weren't cool too they were danm cool dude's to just to bad that they died the others members of the Beatles nwc

Jul 6th
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