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60 Minutes Season 39 Episodes

49 Episodes 2006 - 2007

Episode 1

Killing the Dying?, Katie and Condoleezza, President Musharraf

Sun, Sep 24, 2006 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews Pakistani president Pervez Musharraf about whether his country is supporting terrorists. Also: Katie Couric profiles Condoleezza Rice; and Morley Safer investigates alleged mercy killings in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina.

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Episode 2

State of Denial, Area 25, Bum Hunting

Sun, Oct 1, 2006 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Bob Woodward about the war in Iraq and his claims that the level of violence there is much greater than the Bush administration acknowledges; Lesley Stahl reports on experiments to help individuals with clinical depression by using electrical impulses to stimulate the part of the brain known as Area 25; Ed Bradley investigates the disturbing trend among teenage boys who prey on homeless people.

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Episode 3

No Fly List, Pattie Dunn

Sun, Oct 8, 2006 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on a secret no-fly list compiled after 9/11 used to prevent suspected terrorists from boarding planes; Lesley Stahl interviews former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and ex-HP chairwoman Patricia Dunn about the company's legal problems.

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Episode 4

The Duke Rape Case, A Loss of Faith

Sun, Oct 15, 2006 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates rape allegations made against Duke lacrosse players in March 2006 and interviews exotic dancer Kim Roberts and former Duke players David Evans, Collin Finnerty and Reade Seligmann; Lesley Stahl interviews former White House aide David Kuo, who discusses the mixture of faith and politics.

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Episode 5

The Mother Of All Heists, Two Heartbeats Away, Searching for Jacob

Sun, Oct 22, 2006 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates the theft of more than half a billion dollars from Iraq's Ministry of Defense; Lesley Stahl profiles House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi; Scott Pelley reports on genocide in Sudan and how it has affected one young man.

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Episode 6

A Fighting Chance, Explosion at Texas City, Big Man On Campus

Sun, Oct 29, 2006 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on combat medics and surgeons, and the technology they use to aid wounded soldiers; Ed Bradley investigates a 2005 explosion at a BP oil refinery in Texas; Steve Kroft profiles Notre Dame football coach Charlie Weis.

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Episode 7

Buried In Fine Print, The Ship Breakers, Russell Crowe

Sun, Nov 5, 2006 60 mins

Steve Kroft profiles Russell Crowe; Morley Safer interviews Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), who discusses attempts to get rid of often hidden parts of legislation called earmarks that fund pet projects; Bob Simon reports on ship breakers, workers who strip old ships for parts, in Bangladesh.

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Episode 8

Ed Bradley: In Memorium

Sun, Nov 12, 2006 60 mins

A tribute to journalist Ed Bradley (1941-2006).

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Episode 9

Welcome to Hazleton, Shooting Tigers, Broadway Joe

Sun, Nov 19, 2006 60 mins

Bob Simon interviews Joe Namath, who discusses his life, career and battle with alcoholism; Steve Kroft reports on the battle over illegal immigrants in Hazleton, Pa.; Scott Pelley reports on the dwindling number of tigers in the Indian jungles due to poachers and encroaching civilization.

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Episode 10

General Abizaid, The Memory Pill, Blue Jay

Sun, Nov 26, 2006 60 mins

Lara Logan interviews Gen. John Abizaid, who discusses the war in Iraq; Lesley Stahl reports on a controversial treatment that dulls painful memories; Scott Pelley profiles teen composer Jay Greenberg.

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Episode 11

Netflix, Hiding From Death, The Gift

Sun, Dec 3, 2006 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews Netflix founder and CEO Reed Hastings; Bob Simon interviews Rwanda genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza; Morley Safer profiles piano virtuosa Gabriela Montero.

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Episode 12

Exposing The Truth, the Phantom of Corleone, A New Kind of Fight

Sun, Dec 10, 2006 60 mins

Anderson Cooper interviews Joe Darby, the whistle-blower in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal; Steve Kroft reports on the arrest of Bernardo Provenzano, the head of the Sicilian Mafia; Scott Pelley reports on mixed martial arts.

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Episode 13

Hitler's Secret Archive, The Lonliest People, The King Of Comedy

Sun, Dec 17, 2006 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews three Holocaust survivors who see their archived German records for the first time; Lesley Stahl reports on Family Finding, an organization that locates family members of unadopted foster-care children; Bob Simon profiles Dan Whitney, who is better known as Larry the Cable Guy.

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Episode 14

Revisited: Swimming to Antartica, Rex, The Orphanage

Sun, Dec 24, 2006 60 mins

Scott Pelley profiles ocean swimmer Lynne Cox; Lesley Stahl reports on musical savants; Bob Simon visits an African orphanage for baby elephants.

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Episode 15

Poisoned, First Lady, Dame Helen

Sun, Jan 7, 2007 60 mins

Bob Simon investigates the 2006 poisoning death of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko; Morley Safer profiles actress Helen Mirren. Also: a rebroadcast of a 1997 interview with former president Gerald Ford and former first lady Betty Ford.

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Episode 16

President Bush, Duke LaCrosse Rape Case

Sun, Jan 14, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews President George W. Bush; Lesley Stahl reports on the rape case involving Duke lacrosse players.

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Episode 17

An American in North Korea, Get Me the Geeks!, Brain Man

Sun, Jan 28, 2007 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on James Joseph Dresnok, the last U.S. defector still living in North Korea, who is profiled in the documentary "Crossing the Line." The film's producers, Daniel Gordon and Nicholas Bonner, are interviewed. Also: a profile of savant and math genius Daniel Tammet; a report on electronic technicians.

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Episode 18

Barack Obama, The Death of Timothy Sounders, Norah Jones

Sun, Feb 11, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft talks with Sen. Barack Obama and his wife Michelle; Katie Couric interviews Norah Jones; Scott Pelley reports on the treatment of the mentally ill in U.S. prisons, focusing on the case of Timothy Souders, a Michigan inmate who died in August 2006 after being restrained in bed for four days.

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Episode 19

The Other Iraq, Diagnosis: Autism, Hillbilly Rock Star

Sun, Feb 18, 2007 60 mins

Anderson Cooper interviews Kenny Chesney, who discusses his brief marriage to Renee Zellweger, rumors that he is gay and his small-town upbringing; Bob Simon reports from the Kurdistan region of Iraq; Lesley Stahl reports on autism.

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Episode 20

Dissension in the Ranks, The Nazi Deception, O'Reilly

Sun, Feb 25, 2007 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Bill O'Reilly; Lara Logan reports on members of the U.S. military who are petitioning Congress because they are opposed to the war in Iraq; Bob Simon reports on Jewish survivors who lived in a Czechoslovakian town that was supposed to show the world how well Nazis were treating Jews during World War II.

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Episode 21

Jihad.Com, Wake-Up Call, Dog Nut

Sun, Mar 4, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on the use of the Internet to recruit for terrorist groups; Steve Kroft talks with U.S. comptroller general David M. Walker about the prescription-drug bill added to Medicare and its possible effects on the U.S. Treasury; Morley Safer interviews TV producer-director Sam Simon about his foundation that rescues stray dogs and trains them to aid the deaf.

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Episode 22

The Anthrax Case, Left Behind, The Widows of Harlan County

Sun, Mar 11, 2007 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on Steven Hatfill, the only man named by the FBI as a "person of interest" in the 2001 anthrax attacks; Scott Pelley reports on Iraqis who fear for their lives because they helped the U.S. in Iraq; Bob Simon investigates the deaths of coal miners in Harlan County, Ky.

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Episode 23

The Killing in Haditha, Simon Cowell

Sun, Mar 18, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews SSgt. Frank Wuterich, who is charged with murder in connection with some of the 24 Iraqi civilians killed in Haditha, Iraq, in November 2005; Anderson Cooper interviews Simon Cowell.

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Episode 24

John and Elizabeth Edwards, The Network, Prisoner 05A4820

Sun, Mar 25, 2007 60 mins

Morley Safer interviews former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski, who is serving an 8-to-25 year prison sentence for stealing millions from Tyco; Bob Simon interviews Muslim extremist Hassan Butt; Lesley Stahl reports on crime-scene DNA evidence.

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Episode 25

Under the Influence, Not So Perfect a Match, The Age of Warming

Sun, Apr 1, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on climate changes in Antarctica; Steve Kroft reports on how the pharmaceutical industry influenced Congress to pass the Medicare prescription-drug law; Lesley Stahl reports on crime-scene DNA evidence.

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Episode 26

McCain for President, Vive Les Nukes, Dr. Evil

Sun, Apr 8, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews Sen. John McCain in Baghdad, where cameras follow the presidential hopeful as he inspects security conditions at a market.

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Episode 27

Innocent, Imus, Maximum Security Education

Sun, Apr 15, 2007 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews the three former Duke lacrosse players (David Evans, Collin Finnerty, Reade Seligmann) who were cleared of rape charges; Bob Simon reports on a prison that allows inmates to get a college education from Bard College.

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Episode 28

Mind of an Assassin, Life in Baghdad, Stop Snitchin'

Sun, Apr 22, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews U.S. Secret Service intelligence officers who compare their research on assassins to the characteristics of Virginia Tech shooter Cho Seung-Hui; Lara Logan reports on residents of Baghdad; Anderson Cooper reports on how the hip-hop culture's message of not cooperating with police undermines efforts to solve murders.

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Episode 29

At the Center of the Storm, Armed and Dangerous

Sun, Apr 29, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley interviews former CIA director George Tenet, who discusses the agency's "High Value Detainee" program and its "enhanced interrogation techniques"; Steve Kroft reports on whether mentally ill individuals should be allowed to own guns.

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Episode 30

Inside the Enemy Camp, Lou Dobbs, Thrift Shop Masterpiece?

Sun, May 6, 2007 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on aid provided to intelligence agencies by Nasir Abas, who once trained terrorists for an Al Qaeda-linked organization. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, but was released early for cooperating with authorities. Also: Lesley Stahl profiles CNN anchor Lou Dobbs; Anderson Cooper reports on a woman who purchased a painting at a thrift store that may be a Jackson Pollock original.

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Episode 31

Mitt Romney, 6%, Ali

Sun, May 13, 2007 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney; Bob Simon talks with Iraqi war orphan Ali Abbas; Lesley Stahl reports on Realtors and their commissions.

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Episode 32

Deepwater, Dumped on Skid Row, One Laptop Per Child

Sun, May 20, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on the U.S. Coast Guard; Anderson Cooper reports on the so-called practice of "hospital dumping," in which homeless patients are dropped off on a city's skid row, even though they are not healthy enough to care for themselves; Lesley Stahl interviews MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte, who discusses his goal of putting a laptop computer into the hands of every child as an educational tool.

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Episode 33

Fathers, Sons, and Brothers

Sun, May 27, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on the Iowa National Guard's 1st Battalion of the 133rd Infantry serving in Iraq.

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Episode 34

Jack Kevorkian, Vanessa Redgrave, President Ahmadinejad

Sun, Jun 3, 2007 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; Dr. Jack Kevorkian; and Vanessa Redgrave.

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Episode 35

The No-Fly List, Barry Diller, The Sea Gypsies

Sun, Jun 10, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on a no-fly list used to screen airline passengers who may be suspected terrorists; Lesley Stahl profiles Barry Diller; Bob Simon reports on Moken sea gypsies who live on islands in Southeast Asia.

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Episode 36

The Mother of All Heists, The Memory Pill, Long John Daly

Sun, Jun 17, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates the theft of more than half a billion dollars from Iraq's Ministry of Defense; Lesley Stahl reports on a controversial treatment that dulls painful memories; Morley Safer profiles golfer John Daly.

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Episode 37

Exposing the Truth, Family Ties, Hitler's Secret Archive

Sun, Jun 24, 2007 60 mins

Anderson Cooper interviews Joe Darby, the whistle-blower in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal; Scott Pelley talks with three Holocaust survivors, who see their archived German records for the first time; and Steve Kroft reports on extended families created through anonymous sperm donations, who are now meeting each other.

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Episode 38

A Fighting Chance, Hiding from Death, Explaining Russell Crowe

Sun, Jul 1, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on combat medics and surgeons, and the technology they use to aid wounded soldiers; Bob Simon interviews Rwanda genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza; Steve Kroft profiles Russell Crowe.

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Episode 39

Wake-Up Call, Shooting Tigers, Loneliest People

Sun, Jul 8, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft talks with U.S. comptroller general David M. Walker about the cost of Medicare and its possible effects on the U.S. Treasury; Scott Pelley reports on the dwindling tiger population in India; Lesley Stahl reports on unadopted foster-care children.

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Episode 40

Not So Perfect Match, An American in North Korea, Dog Nut

Sun, Jul 15, 2007 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on James Joseph Dresnok, the last U.S. defector still living in North Korea, who is profiled in the documentary "Crossing the Line." The film's producers, Daniel Gordon and Nicholas Bonner, are interviewed. Morley Safer interviews TV producer-director Sam Simon about his foundation that rescues stray dogs and trains them to aid the deaf; Lesley Stahl reports on crime-scene DNA evidence.

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Episode 41

The Death of Timothy Sounders, Dr. Evil, Hillbilly Rock Star

Sun, Jul 22, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on the treatment of the mentally ill in U.S. prisons, focusing on the case of Timothy Souders, a Michigan inmate who died in August 2006 after being restrained in bed for four days; Morley Safer interviews Washington lobbyist Rick Berman, who represents businesses that are trying to prevent restrictive laws; Anderson Cooper interviews Kenny Chesney, who discusses his brief marriage to Renée Zellweger, rumors that he is gay and his small-town upbringing.

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Episode 42

Under the Influence, Prisoner 05A4820, A New Kind of Fight

Sun, Jul 29, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on how the pharmaceutical industry influenced Congress to pass the Medicare prescription-drug law; Morley Safer interviews former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski, who is serving an 8-to-25-year prison sentence for stealing millions from Tyco; and Scott Pelley reports on mixed martial arts.

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Episode 43

The Other Iraq, The Phantom of Corleone, The Dame

Sun, Aug 5, 2007 60 mins

Bob Simon visits the Kurdistan region of Iraq; Steve Kroft reports on the arrest of Bernardo Provenzano, the head of the Sicilian Mafia; Morley Safer profiles actress Helen Mirren.

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Episode 44

Searching for Jacob, Stop Snitchin', King of Comedy

Sun, Aug 12, 2007 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on genocide in Sudan and how it has affected one young man; Anderson Cooper investigates how the hip-hop culture's message of not cooperating with police undermines efforts to solve murders; Bob Simon profiles Dan Whitney, who is better known as Larry the Cable Guy.

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Episode 45

Deepwater, The Age of Warming, Simon Cowell

Sun, Aug 19, 2007 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on the U.S. Coast Guard and its Deepwater refurbishment program; Scott Pelley reports on climate changes in Antarctica; Anderson Cooper interviews Simon Cowell.

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Episode 46

Was It Murder?, Left Behind, One Laptop Per Child

Sun, Aug 26, 2007 60 mins

Morley Safer interviews Dr. Anna Pou, who was accused of murdering four patients by lethal injection in the days after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans; Scott Pelley reports on Iraqis who fear for their lives because they helped the U.S. in Iraq; Lesley Stahl interviews MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte, who discusses his goal of putting a laptop computer into the hands of every child as an educational tool.

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Episode 47

The Killings in Haditha, The Shipbreakers

Sun, Sep 2, 2007 60 mins

SSgt. Frank Wuterich discusses the Nov. 2005 attack he led at Haditha, Iraq, that led to the death of civilians. Also: a segment on ship breakers in Bangladesh who strip old ships.

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Episode 48

The Dust at Ground Zero, Get Me the Geeks!, Pavarotti

Sun, Sep 9, 2007 60 mins

Katie Couric reports on illnesses contracted at Ground Zero by relief workers and first responders; Steve Kroft reports on electronic technicians; Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007) is remembered in a profile by Mike Wallace.

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Episode 49

Alan Greenspan, Swimming with Sharks

Sun, Sep 16, 2007 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews Alan Greenspan; Bob Simon reports on tour operators who use food to attract sharks and whether the practice puts swimmers and surfers at a higher risk for shark attacks.

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