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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 9.27.2020

60 Minutes 9.27.2020

2020-09-2843:252

On this week's "60 Minutes," Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the North Dakota company, Fisher Sand and Gravel, which built two walls for WE BUILD THE WALL, then leveraged those jobs to earn billions of dollars in government contracts with support from President Trump. At 94-years-old, Sir David Attenborough hasn’t slowed down because of his age or the pandemic. He talks to Anderson Cooper about his new film and book. As many as 1.4 million Floridians who committed felonies had their voting rights restored by Amendment 4, but legal issues over the amendment mean hundreds of thousands won't get to cast their ballot in the Presidential election. Lesley Stahl has the story.
60 Minutes 9.20.2020

60 Minutes 9.20.2020

2020-09-2144:072

Bill Whitaker reports on the battle over rules for mail-in voting in the critical swing state of Pennsylvania that could impact who wins the state and the presidency. Former national security advisor H.R. McMaster tells Scott Pelley the last few presidents — not just President Trump — have left the United States vulnerable to enemies. And what will college football look like during the coronavirus pandemic? Jon Wertheim has the story. Plus -- we pay tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at the age of 87. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 9/13

60 Minutes 9/13

2020-09-1442:442

On this week's "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley's interview with two-time Pulitzer-prize-winning reporter Bob Woodward about his latest book about President Trump. Raw sewage is entering Southern California's coast lands and waters from Tijuana, Mexico, just over the border. And Anderson Cooper meets the real man behind the dark and complicated roles Joaquin Phoenix is known for playing.
60 Minutes 9.6.2020

60 Minutes 9.6.2020

2020-09-0742:591

In an interview with Sharyn Alfonsi, Texas Ranger James Holland talks about how he got serial killer Samuel Little to confess to his crimes. How often have you wondered what your spouse is really thinking? Or your boss? Or the guy sitting across from you on the bus? Lesley Stahl reports on scientific research to answer these questions. Nearly 20 years after being destroyed on September 11, 2001, a New York City church is being resurrected. Scott Pelley reports. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 8/30

60 Minutes 8/30

2020-08-3141:432

Red Flag gun laws allow temporary confiscation of firearms if a gun owner displays dangerous or threatening behavior. The laws have been adopted in 17 states and the District of Columbia, but in Colorado, there's been fierce controversy. Scott Pelley reports. Holocaust survivors will be able to share their stories after death thanks to a new project. Lesley Stahl tells us more. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 8/23

60 Minutes 8/23

2020-08-2443:01

Bill Whitaker reports how Russian operatives disrupted the 2016 elections. Jon Wertheim looks at driver-less truck technology, which is already being testing on the open road and will go live on the nation's highways sooner than many think. And we look back on Sharyn Alfonsi's interview with comedian Adam Sandler. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 8/16

60 Minutes 8/16

2020-08-1742:381

Anderson Cooper reports on some promising studies on psychedelic drugs as alternative treatments. European Union officials are sounding the alarm about a series of scandals involving allegations of bribery, cronyism and money laundering among top Maltese officials. Jon Wertheim has the story. And we revisit Bill Whitaker' interview with Grammy-award winner Shakira, which took place a few weeks before she performed at the halftime show for Super Bowl LIV. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 8/9

60 Minutes 8/9

2020-08-1042:252

In an interview with Bill Whiatker, Chanel Miller, the sexual assault victim previously known as "Emily Doe," tells her story for the first time. The partnership between China and America's Smithsonian National Zoo has brought the giant panda back from near extinction. Scott Pelley reports. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 8.2.2020

60 Minutes 8.2.2020

2020-08-0342:47

California's cannabis producers are not seeing the windfalls predicted, amid regulations and a robust black market that are cutting into legal pot profits. Sharyn Alfonsi reports. A letter written by Christopher Columbus, describing his discovery of the Americas, became the world's first best seller more than 500 years ago. As Jon Wetheim reports, the surviving copies are so rare and valuable, they're being stolen and replaced with forgeries. And Ethiopian pilgrims have been trekking to this mysterious holy site for centuries. Scott Pelley has the story on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 7.26.2020

60 Minutes 7.26.2020

2020-07-2742:52

An NIH clinical trial is ushering in a genetic revolution as an innovative type of gene therapy is used to attempt to cure sickle cell anemia. Dr. Jon LaPook reports. The International Rescue Committee and Sesame Workshop are teaming up on a major new effort to help young Syrian refugee children, including a new Sesame show in Arabic. Lesley Stahl reports. And Sharyn Alfonsi introduces us to Matthew Whitaker, a blind pianist whose so good, scientists are studying him. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 7/19

60 Minutes 7/19

2020-07-2042:543

On this week's "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley tells the story of a Yazidi woman who survived a genocide. Hungary's populist government is spending billions to encourage woman to have more children to solve its demographic problem. At the same time it has built fences to keep immigrants out. Critics of the right wing government are outraged.Jon Wertheim has the story. And Bill Whitaker profiles a family of Southern Utah, a clan sporting nine professional cowboys with five world rodeo titles among them, who live a lifestyle straight out of the old west.
60 Minutes 7/12

60 Minutes 7/12

2020-07-1343:014

Scott Pelley investigates the evidence and speaks to victims' relatives and prosecutors of the Malaysia Flight 17 -- which was shot down over eastern Ukraine. Public monuments to the Confederacy have been generating controversy and sometimes violence over what critics consider their racist symbolism. Anderson Cooper examines the national debate. And Bill Whitaker gets unprecedented access to rehearsals of the modernized vision of this classic of the American musical theater "West Side Story." Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 7/5

60 Minutes 7/5

2020-07-0643:07

Sharyn Alfonsi reportson the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Lesley Stahl shares the remarkable story of architect Chris Downey, who lost his sight, found a way to keep working and believes blindness has made him a better architect.And the world's number 1 tennis player, Rafael Nadal, takes Jon Wertheim back to his hometown on the Spanish island of Mallorca. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 6/28

60 Minutes 6/28

2020-06-2942:532

The pandemic has forced election officials to explore ways to keep the public safe at the polls and offer alternatives to in-person voting. A three-month investigation reveals federal officials failed to immediately stop the distribution of many COVID-19 antibody tests they knew were flawed, leading to inaccurate data about the spread of the virus. Those stories on this week's 60 Minutes.
60 Minutes 6/21

60 Minutes 6/21

2020-06-2243:144

Lesley Stahl interviews Minneapolis' Police Chief Medaria Arradondo as the department still reels from the killing of George Floyd. A Bill Whitaker investigation uncovers drug companies' playbook to push opioids, and how law enforcement has scrambled to hold pharma executives accountable for fueling the opioid epidemic. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 6/14

60 Minutes 6/14

2020-06-1542:28

Amid a still-present pandemic, John Dickerson reports on the the challenges colleges face -- as they prepare to re-open in the fall. Scott Pelley tells us about the Greenwood Massacre -- a two-day assault in 1921 on a thriving black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and what we are learning today. Plus -- The Merit Systems Protection Board gives two million federal civil service workers -- including whistleblowers -- a place to appeal should they be disciplined, demoted or fired. Norah O'Donnell has the story on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 6/7

60 Minutes 6/7

2020-06-0843:471

Sherrilyn Ifill, the president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, talks to Bill Whitaker about the killing of George Floyd and what its aftermath means for America. Scott Pelley looks at a report on the reopening the city of San Antonio, Texas amid coronavirus and the consequences of the lockdown. An Oklahoma law created to protect children from abuse punishes people deemed guilty of failing to stop the abuse. But Sharyn Alfonsi finds that several sentences were more severe on women than man abusers. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 5/31

60 Minutes 5/31

2020-06-0142:541

Until a vaccine is found, plasma therapy has been helping COVID-19 victims get better. Bill Whitaker has the story. Raw sewage from Tijuana is appearing on southern California's coasts. Lesley Stahl reports. And NASA is attempting to find signs of ancient life on Mars with the launch of Perseverance. Anderson Cooper has the story on this week's "60 Minutes."
"60 Minutes" is off this week. Gil Gross looks back at the past three months that have changed the world via the Coronavirus. This special Includes content from 60 Minutes and CBS News Radio specials on the pandemic, and offers analysis and insight into all the ways our world is changing.
60 Minutes 5/17

60 Minutes 5/17

2020-05-1844:441

In an interview with Scott Pelley, Fed Chair Jerome Powell says the Federal Reserve plans to weather the unprecedented economic crisis -- amid the coronavirus pandemic. A top government virologist tells Norah O'Donnell he was removed from his crucial role leading a unit fighting the pandemic because he spoke out against the administration's advocacy of a drug unproven to help Covid-19 patients. And Jon Wertheim looks at some of the possible changes spurred by the coronavirus pandemic' s profound effect on society. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
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Comments (41)

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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Dustin May

Diane Feinstein had a Chinese spy employed as a driver for 20 years. Where is the story on that??

Feb 4th
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Aimee Keyes Gossett

l. m

Dec 24th
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Hugo Vargas

What a globalist he was. The apple doesn't fall very far from the tree. Hard, on his head, but not far.

Dec 3rd
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Elizabeth Gooden

1l7

Dec 3rd
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Goliath

Mixing is terrible. I have to blast the pieces and when my GPS reads out over my phone, it deafens me. fix it!

Nov 22nd
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Goliath

Every single podcast they release has the end chopped off. what the hell?

Nov 22nd
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Joan Hodson

We will

Oct 19th
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