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Dylan Breaks His Silence
03:06 — Bob Dylan talks to Correspondent Ed Bradley about his career, his image and being a music icon for the '60s generation.
Jarrett reveals connection to gun violence
00:34 — Jarrett has been a strong advocate for gun control. There's a personal reason. One of her grandfathers, a dentist in Washington, was murdered.
Valerie Jarrett on Obama's post-January plans
00:50 — Even though the Obamas will remain in Washington so their daughter can finish school, Jarrett says President Obama won't try to upstage the next presi (more…)
A toast to Morley Safer
13:21 — 60 Minutes salutes Morley Safer with a look back at one of his favorite reports, "All in the Family," about the Antinori family of Italy, winemakers s (more…)
Inside Edge
13:57 — Bill Whitaker speaks with a former stock analyst who -- after getting caught -- became an informant in one of the biggest insider trading busts in US (more…)
The Last Vaquitas
11:41 — You would think the most endangered sea mammal in the world would be a cause célèbre but, as Sharyn Alfonsi reports, that's not the case with the vaqu (more…)
Valerie Jarrett
13:15 — White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett explains the dynamics of being the president's close personal friend and his most trusted insider. Norah O' (more…)
After Shock
13:50 — Some soldiers claim they are being made scapegoats for receiving bonuses in a recruiting program the Army admits was badly mismanaged from the start. (more…)
$80 Million Con
12:51 — Anderson Cooper reports on the biggest, most lucrative art fraud scam in U.S. history, where a prestigious old New York art gallery sold fake works fo (more…)
Preview: Inside Edge
00:31 — The analyst whose inside info helped Raj Rajaratnam make millions on illegal trades and whose evidence to authorities helped bring him and the Galleon (more…)
Preview: $80 Million Con
00:37 — Anderson Cooper reports on the biggest, most lucrative art fraud scam in history, where a prestigious old New York art gallery sold fake works for 15 (more…)
Preview: After Shock
00:32 — When National Guardsmen were offered a bonus to help recruit new members, some took advantage of the poorly organized program and the Army responded b (more…)
Preview: The Last Vaquitas
00:31 — You would think the most endangered sea mammal in the world would be a cause célèbre but, as Sharyn Alfonsi reports, that's not the case with the vaqu (more…)
Preview: Valerie Jarrett
01:38 — "It's not personal, it is politics," says Valerie Jarrett on President Obama's inability to get Republicans to move on Supreme Court nomination. Norah (more…)
How the candidates can reach the "magic number"
01:38 — It takes 270 electorate votes to win the presidential race and Scott Pelley spoke with CBS News political director John Dickerson on how each candidat (more…)
Preview: The Knuckleballer
01:03 — R. A. Dickey, the only knuckleballer to win the Cy Young Award, explains and demonstrates the elusive pitch that saved his career. Watch Lesley Stahl' (more…)
Turkey grapples with Syrian exodus
02:03 — With the civil war in Syria raging on, over 80,000 civilian refugees from that nation have crossed the border into neighboring Turkey. Scott Pelley sp (more…)
Preview: Face Blindness
00:39 — Imagine you couldn't recognize people's faces, and even your own family looked unfamiliar. Lesley Stahl reports on face blindness, a puzzling neurolog (more…)
Preview: Gold Star Parents
00:45 — People who have lost loved ones in military service are attending an annual gathering where they can remember their fallen family members with others (more…)
What's next in fighting cancer with polio virus?
04:08 — The FDA granted a new brain cancer treatment that uses the polio virus with "breakthrough status." This means clinical trials can move more quickly th (more…)
N.H. primary riding on Independent voters
02:51 — Independent voters are likely to be the deciding factor in picking a winner in the upcoming New Hampshire Republican primary. Scott Pelley spoke with (more…)
What to make of Romney's new momentum?
00:56 — Campaign officials are reacting cautiously to GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney's new momentum. Scott Pelley speaks with CBS News political directo (more…)
Why so thin-skinned, Donald Trump?
02:01 — In an interview that will air Sunday on "60 Minutes," CBS News' Scott Pelley asks GOP front-runner Donald Trump about the impression that he can dish (more…)
Preview: Alive and Kickin'
00:49 — "The first 50 years are for learning; the second 50 are for LIVING!" That's the motto of a show in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up. Watch (more…)
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