The Olympic gold wunderkind is back to a strict training regimen after a lull that included some fun downtime and unimpressive races. He tells Anderson Cooper he's ready for the London Games in a profile on Sunday, May 6 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
A prominent doctor who treats childhood obesity believes the high amount of sugar in the American diet is killing us. And, as Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports, new studies seem to support his theory that sugar is toxic. Watch 60 Minutes, Sunday April 1 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
A wrongfully convicted man whose prosecutor is now being investigated for withholding evidence is calling for greater accountability of prosecutors nationwide. Lara Logan reports on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
60 Minutes reports on face blindness, a condition that prevents people from recognizing faces -- even those of their own family members. Lesley Stahl reports on Sunday, March 18 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
The sophisticated computer worm that sabotaged Iran's nuclear program is now out there, its idea and methods exposed to terrorists or rogue nations who could use them to create their own cyberweapon. Watch Steve Kroft's report on Sunday, March 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
More parents are holding their children back in school to give them an age advantage. Watch Morley Safer's report on a rising trend called "redshirting" this Sunday, March 4 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
The demand for gold in India accounts for an amazing 32 percent of the worldwide market. And no wonder. The most important tradition at nearly all of India's 10 million weddings is gold jewelry. Watch Byron Pitts' report on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
European white truffles can sell for as much as $3,600 a pound. But harvests are down and a black market has emerged that has allowed an influx of inferior and cheap Chinese truffles. Lesley Stahl reports on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
A behind-the-scenes look at the investigation that took down the most powerful drug trafficking organization in law enforcement history, then, an Italian firm named Luxottica controls a big chunk of the eyewear business a big chunk of the business; and, is Barcelona becoming the world's best soccer team?
Steve Kroft investigates allegations from doctors that the hospital chain they worked for pressured them to admit patients regardless of their medical needs; also, Justice Sonia Sotomayor talks about her life and career leading up to her appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court; and, Architect Antoni Gaudi's vision for the Sagrada Familia, a church under construction for over 130 years, is aided by modern technology.
Humans can now move robotic limbs using only their thoughts and, in some cases, even get sensory feedback from their robotic hands; Also, Crooks are stealing pieces of American history -- like conman Barry Landau who committed the largest archival theft in the U.S.; And, Every bit as formidable as her character on "Downton Abbey," Dame Maggie Smith gives a rare and "spiky" interview to 60 Minutes.
Thousands of mostly teenage boys have fled their country to embark on a 10,000-mile trek to Europe in search of a better life; Also, Dereck and Beverly Joubert have been filming Africa's lions for 30 years and their discoveries have challenged conventional wisdom; And, music sensation Taylor Swift writes and sings all her own songs, sells millions of records and she's just 23 years old.
Jessica Buchanan's first interview about being kidnapped and held for ransom by Somali pirates; Then, an Air Force veteran has created a course to teach vets how to launch their own businesses; Also, Bill Gates shows Charlie Rose some inventions he's working on to help heal the world
Tactics used overseas in the war on terror are helping law enforcement take back the streets of Springfield, Mass., from criminal gangs; Also, billionaire Paul Tudor Jones' charity - the Robin Hood Foundation -- fights poverty with the hard-nosed, business sense of Wall Street; And, Tens of thousands of servicemen and women are dealing with lasting brain damage as the Pentagon scrambles to treat these invisible wounds.
The inside story of the Boston Marathon bombing investigation: Scott Pelley interviews Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis; Also, Lara Logan gets a rare look into the secretive world of working dogs -- some of whose capabilities are military secrets -- and their handlers; And, Lesley Stahl gets the first in-depth look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum currently under construction seven stories below ground at ground zero.
60 Minutes visits Asheboro, named America's fasting dying town in 2008, and finds it shakily exists between recovery and recession; Also, crooks are stealing pieces of American history; And, the Jacksonville Jaguars' owner immigrated to the U.S. with $500 and a dream; now he's the first ethnic minority to own an NFL team.
Clarissa Ward reports from its most dangerous city, Aleppo, where a battle rages between rebel groups and Syria's military; Then, an alternative court program in Harris County, Texas, seeks to rehabilitate veterans who turn to crime for the first time; Also, 50 years of James Bond.
Huawei's pursuit of building the next generation of digital networks in the U.S. prompts outcry in Washington; Then, Lesley Stahl finds out why glasses are so expensive; Also, a Detroit musician living in poverty didn't know that in South Africa, he was more popular than the Beatles
A deadly enemy tactic is killing more and more U.S. troops in Afghanistan, while in some parts of the country, al Qaeda is making a comeback; Also, Arnold Schwarzenegger reveals the secrets and lies that ultimately destroyed his 25-year marriage to Maria Shriver.
In separate interviews, President Barack Obama and his challenger, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, discuss the election year's hot button issues. Steve Kroft interviews Obama. Scott Pelley interviews Romney.
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