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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 2/21

60 Minutes 2/21

2021-02-2245:29

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

2021-02-0846:422

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.
60 Minutes 1/24

60 Minutes 1/24

2021-01-2546:011

With "60 Minutes" off for the AFC Championship Game this week, in its place, CBS Audio presents a special broadcast of "The Debrief with Major Garrett," a weekly politics-focused audio documentary. Major looks back at the Capitol siege and how those in and around the Capitol experienced it. Plus: President Joe Biden’s Inauguration was unlike any other…..or was it? Major examines both atypical and traditional transfers-of-power over the course of U.S. History.
60 Minutes 1/17

60 Minutes 1/17

2021-01-1843:43

In an interview with Scott Pelley, D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser defends her decision to bring in the military ahead of Wednesday's inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden, because "too many Americans have pledged allegiance to Donald Trump." Meanwhile, Ken Cuccinelli, the Department of Homeland Security's acting deputy secretary, tells Bill Whitaker the idea that President Trump would order a halt to the National Guard's security mission for next week's presidential inauguration "unimaginable." And Alex Smith, who overcame a catastrophic leg injury to play again in the NFL, ends his remarkable comeback season with an interview with Norah O'Donnell. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 1/10/2021

60 Minutes 1/10/2021

2021-01-1142:253

Less than a week after the Capitol Hill riots, where her office was ransacked, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells Lesley Stahl \nothing is off the table when it comes to how President Trump will be dealt with following Wednesday's chaos. A week ago, Georgia’s top election official, Brad Raffensperger, spent an hour on the phone listening to President Trump lie and threaten, trying to get Georgia to take away Joe Biden’s victory. Tonight, he talks to Scott Pelley. And Jon Werheim profiles Independent Senator Angus King of Maine. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 1/3/2021

60 Minutes 1/3/2021

2021-01-0446:242

On the first "60 Minutes" broadcast of 2021, Scott Pelley reports on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, which protects internet platforms from liability for what users post on their sites. Sharyn Alfonsi talks to Curtis Flowers, who was tried six times for the same crime, and freed from death row with help from a podcast. The pandemic not only took his audiences away, its restrictions against gatherings also made millions of people lonely. As he tells Jon Wertheim, German pianist Igor Levit found a way to overcome the pandemic's effects on him and ease people's loneliness at the same time by streaming his world-renowned music on Twitter.
60 Minutes 12/27

60 Minutes 12/27

2020-12-2846:392

On this week's holiday edition of "60 Minutes," we take a look back at Bill Whitaker’s interview with the Grammy-winner that took place before her big show with Jennifer Lopez at last February's Super Bowl. Sharyn Alfonsi's interview with Matthew Whitaker, who has been rocking crowds with his improvisational piano playing for most of his short life, despite being blind, And Jon Wertheim  gives us an inside the Japanese artform of Kabuki.
60 Minutes 12/13

60 Minutes 12/13

2020-12-1446:482

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, President-elect Joe Biden's pick to run HHS, says Sutter Health's practices led to some of the highest health care costs in the state. Lesley Stahl has the story. Saudis accused of serious crimes have fled to the kingdom before trial. The FBI believes they had help from U.S. ally Saudi Arabia. Scott Pelley talks to Oregon Senator, Ron Wyden, who made the claims. And John Dickerson investigates the controversial syndrome not recognized by many leading medical groups, "excited delirium." Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 12/6

60 Minutes 12/6

2020-12-0746:123

John Thomas was a Republican strategist with no experience importing medical supplies when he and a Republican fundraiser started a PPE supply company as the pandemic hit. Lesley reports on how things fell apart for them. The dreams of athletes in "secondary sports" are being sacrificed while schools are going to extreme lengths to keep sports like football and basketball going. Bill Whitaker tells us more. In an interview with Jon Wertheim, Emmy, Oscar, Golden Globe, and Tony Award winner Viola Davis talks bout playing the title character in the film  "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom,"  and acting alongside Chadwick Boseman in what would be his final performance. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 11/29

60 Minutes 11/29

2020-11-3044:384

In an interview with Scott Pelley, Chris Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says there's no evidence voting machines were hacked by foreign power. Descendants of enslaved Africans on last known slave ship to America hope to preserve ancestors' memory. Anderson Cooper tells us more. And James Corden tells Bill Whitaker he's indebted to Mariah Carey for her Carpool Karaoke appearance. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 11/22

60 Minutes 11/22

2020-11-2346:053

Months after contracting COVID-19, seemingly healthy, active, younger people are experiencing what some doctors have started referring to as Post-acute COVID Syndrome. Anderson Cooper explains. Enrollment data from 78 of the country's largest school districts found at least 240,000 students were unaccounted for as school began during the pandemic. Sharyn Alfonsi reports. Four of the eight men and women over the age of 90 -- who were featured in a 2014 60 Minutes story are still alive and participating in the 90+ Study. Lesley Stahl catches up with them on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 11/15

60 Minutes 11/15

2020-11-1644:211

In an interview with Scott Pelley, former president Barack Obama says he's troubled by Republicans going along with President Trump's claims. Bill Whitaker reports on the popular Chinese-owned app that a senator says has ties to the Chinese Communist Party. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 11/8

60 Minutes 11/8

2020-11-0946:482

President Donald Trump has claimed voter fraud, and those who have been counting the votes have something to say. Bill Whitaker reports. David Martin get an inside look at the government’s ambitious program to get a COVID-19 vaccine to 300 million Americans -- Operation Warp Speed. 'Ken Burns’ documentaries have ranged from the Civil War, to baseball, to Vietnam, and country music. Scott Pelley sits down with the filmmaker to talk about his 40+ years telling America’s story. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 11/1

60 Minutes 11/1

2020-11-0247:232

Four years after Ohio picked Donald Trump by 8 percentage points, Scott Pelley returns to find a state, and families, divided. In an election year where it's unclear when the winner will be declared, John Dickerson goes to Arizona, where early votes have been counted for two weeks. As the first known U.S. outbreak of COVID-19 wreaked havoc on a nursing facility in Kirkland, Washington, the executive in charge of the facility says efforts to care for residents were slowed by a federal investigation. Bill Whitaker reports on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 10/25

60 Minutes 10/25

2020-10-2646:396

As Election Day 2020 approaches, "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl and "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell interview President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, former Vice President Joe Biden, and Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris.
60 Minutes 10/18

60 Minutes 10/18

2020-10-1945:084

Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the leading voices on the coronavirus pandemic, favors public health measures over a national lockdown. He sits down with CBS News Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook. In his first American television interview since nearly losing his life after being poisoned, Alexey Navalny tells Lesley Stahl he is sure Vladimir Putin is responsible and that President Trump needs to come out against those types of attacks. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the March COVID-19 outbreak on a cruise ship and the passengers’ flight back to the U.S. that had the ingredients for a super-spreader event -- one the CDC knew about and did not stop. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 10/11

60 Minutes 10/11

2020-10-1244:237

As laboratories race to develop therapeutic drugs to treat COVID-19, President Trump announced Wednesday what he called a cure for the disease. Scott Pelley reports on some of the most promising leads for treating COVID-19. Former operatives for John McCain and George W. Bush are calling on Americans to vote for a Democrat in the presidential election. Sunday, Lesley Stahl reports on the Lincoln Project super PAC that's aiming to unseat President Trump. Bill Whitaker reports on the growing population of grizzlies -- and people — in Montana, and what that means for conservation -- and conflict resolution. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 10.4.2020

60 Minutes 10.4.2020

2020-10-0543:25

Before his interview with California fire chief Thom Porter on the wildfires, Scott Pelley provides an update on President Donald Trump, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus this past week. Some people on the autism spectrum have conditions that preclude them from working or caring for themselves, but many have unique talents and capabilities. Anderson Cooper speaks to adults on the autism spectrum whose skills landed them jobs. In an interview with Jon Wertheim, comedian Jerry Seinfeld explains why he wrote an essay on LinkedIn this past summer, arguing New York City is "dead forever" in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
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Comments (51)

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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高西辉

今天的还不错,大家怎么看?

Jun 19th
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Jon Ferry

60 minutes is a joke. The think in Cuba was proven to be crickets. Main stream media is dead, and you helped kill it by reporting propaganda and nonsense stories. You are continuing to dumb down America

Mar 18th
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