The granddaddy (and the Rolls-Royce) of newsmagazines, it set the standard for all that followed, and has kept on ticking on CBS since Sept. 24, 1968, with its familiar format of three stories (most of them hard news) and a commentary or two.
Steve Kroft reports on the financial turnaround at Chrysler; Lara Logan interviews Michael Morton, who spent nearly 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit; Bob Simon profiles tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Scott Pelley reports on the loss of jobs at the Kennedy Space Center since the final space-shuttle launch in 2011; Sanjay Gupta investigates whether or not sugar is toxic; Morley Safer visits the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair.
Steve Kroft examines the financial collapse of Lehman Brothers; Bob Simon reports on the exodus of Palestinian Christians from the Holy Land; Armen Keteyian interviews treasure hunter Jay Miscovich, who claims he found a cache of emeralds off Florida.
Jose Rodriguez, the former director of the CIA's National Clandestine Service, discusses the agency's interrogation techniques, including waterboarding. Also: Dr. Nora Volkow, head of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, discusses addictive behaviors.
Lesley Stahl interviews two pilots who refuse to fly the Air Force's F-22 Raptor due to safety concerns. Also: a profile of Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps; interviews with two Kentucky reporters who helped bring down a corrupt sheriff.
Morley Safer interviews billionaire Peter Thiel, who discusses his alternative to a costly college education; Lara Logan visits Dr. William Gahl, who heads the Undiagnosed Diseases Program at the National Institutes of Health; Steve Kroft profiles Pink Floyd's Roger Waters.
An interview with former marine Dakota Meyer upon receiving the Medal of Honor; profiles of five sets of brothers who fought to do battle together in Afghanistan; a report on Operation Proper Exit that helps wounded warriors find closure.
Scott Pelley interviews SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who discusses private space travel; Lesley Stahl investigates the murder of a neo-Nazi and a growing subculture of hate in the U.S.; Bob Simon profiles Angelina Jolie.
Steve Kroft reports on how U.S. lawmakers legally buy stock based on nonpublic information; Byron Pitts profiles Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County; Lesley Stahl interviews Taylor Swift.
An investigation into the validity of humanitarian Greg Mortenson's best-selling stories. Also: Howard Buffett, who will succeed his father, Warren Buffett, as the head of a multibillion-dollar holding company; and tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Lesley Stahl interviews former Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff; Morley Safer reports on the rising incidence of "redshirting," in which children with late birthdays are held back from school; Bob Simon profiles chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen.
Lara Logan interviews Michael Morton, who spent nearly 25 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit; Byron Pitts reports on the demand for gold in India; Anderson Cooper profiles Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps.
A report on homelessness in central Florida. Also: the life and death of Vincent van Gogh is discussed with biographers, who say that the widely-accepted notion that he committed suicide may not be true.
Scott Pelley examines a program designed to help long-term unemployed workers get back into the job force; Morley Safer reports on artificial food flavors; and Bob Simon puts the spotlight on the Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra.
The financial collapse of Lehman Brothers is studied via a conversation with a bank examiner who investigated the financial-service firm. Also: a sex-abuse crisis in the Irish Catholic Church; and an interview with classic rockers Aerosmith.
Steve Kroft interviews Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform; Scott Pelley reports on the sale of stem cells on the Internet and its potential danger to patients; Lara Logan profiles polo player Ignacio Figueras.
Meir Dagan, former head of Israel's intelligence service, discusses the possibility of a nuclear-armed Iran; Adele talks about her recording success and vocal-cord surgery. Also: a profile of NFL sports agent Drew Rosenhaus.