01:49 — Patrick Kennedy reveals details about a letter his father, Sen. Ted Kennedy, wrote to him during his 1980 presidential campaign in the event he was as (more…)
13:46 — A priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR. Lara Logan reports.
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…)
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…)
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…)
01:03 — President Obama spoke with Steve Kroft on the chances of an Osama bin Laden support network within Pakistan.
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…)
01:10 — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his newly chosen running mate Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., answered critics who say Ryan's Medicare plan (more…)
01:06 — NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says engineers will have to program moral and ethical decisions into self-driving cars.
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…)
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…)
03:41 — Paul Shapiro, director of the Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, shows Lara Logan some distu (more…)
13:34 — The son of Senator Ted Kennedy opens up about his familyâ€™s alcoholism -- including his own -- in an effort to help others battle addiction. Lesley S (more…)
05:48 — 60 Minutes producer Guy Campanile offers shoppers some tips on finding true Italian extra-virgin olive oil amid a sea of fakes.
00:28 — See the faces and hear the voices of death row -- 60 Minutes visits the capital of capital punishment in Texas. Bill Whitaker reports on Sunday, March (more…)
00:24 — Lesley Stahl profiles the great Chinese tennis champion who stood up to her country's stringent sports system. Watch Stahl's report on Sunday, Jan. 25 (more…)
02:54 — "Did you think your wife was going to leak the bin Laden raid?" John Miller asks ex-CIA No. 2 Mike Morell. Morell talks about keeping the mission to g (more…)
01:52 — Steve Jobs was worth $7 billion, but he told his biographer Walter Isaacson that he "did not want to live that nutso lavish lifestyle that so many peo (more…)
00:46 — Even after an extension of unemployment benefits to 99 weeks, many of those about to go off the program are in a quandary. Scott Pelley talks to some (more…)
01:13 — Ralf Herrtwich of Mercedes Benz says, when itâ€™s ready, a self-driving mode would add â€œa few thousand dollarsâ€? to the sticker price of a Mercedes (more…)
00:38 — The organization that governs the marketing and chooses host countries for the World Cup soccer extravaganza every four years is rife with corruption, (more…)
00:51 — Congressman says members feel compelled to fundraise on time they should be working for constituents. Norah O'Donnell reports on Sunday, April 24 at 7 (more…)
00:30 — High speed equals high risk. Has the new America's Cup become too dangerous? Set sail on the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports on SHOWTIME. Plus, me (more…)
01:13 — Michael Cerutti, a Swiss Guard, tells 60 Minutes why he serves the pope.
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