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.
Scott Pelley reports on the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombers; Bob Simon reports on European "Pink Panther" thieves who have stolen $500 million in valuables over 20 years; Morley Safer examines the cartoon selection process at the New Yorker magazine.
Steve Kroft interviews author Michael Lewis ("Flash Boys") who discusses how high-frequency traders work the stock market to their advantage; Scott Pelley profiles SpaceX and Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk; Wynton Marsalis interviews jazz legend Marcus Roberts.
Bob Simon reports on the aftermath of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident that devastated Fukushima, Japan; Scott Pelley visits with nurse practitioners who provide health care to uninsured workers in Appalachia; Morley Safer reports on art stolen by the Nazis that was discovered in a Munich apartment in 2012.
A portrait of Pope Francis features insight from his closest friends. Also: a report on long-distance runner Shalane Flanagan, who casts light on training for the Boston Marathon in the wake of the April 2013 bombings.
Scott Pelley reports on the Robin Hood Foundation, a charity that helps New York's neediest; Lesley Stahl interviews people with superior autobiographical memory; Bob Simon visits with members of Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra.
Lesley Stahl reports on a nuclear missile command center that is embroiled in a scandal; Bob Simon profiles British humanitarian Nicholas Winton, who rescued 669 mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II.
Scott Pelley reports on BP's compensation to victims of its Gulf oil spill and its claim that businesses not harmed by the spill have collected hundreds of millions of dollars; Lesley Stahl reports on factors that may help people live to be over 90.
Steve Kroft reports on members of Congress who use funds donated to their political action committee for personal use; Sanjay Gupta investigates whether the aquaculture business poses a threat to the wild salmon population in the Pacific Northwest; Clarissa Ward visits an African hospital that offers free live-saving surgery to children suffering from rheumatic heart disease.
Steve Kroft reports from Iran about the prospects of a nuclear deal with world powers; Scott Pelley looks at the restoration of the U.S. Capitol dome; Bob Simon reports on an orchestra in Paraguay whose members fashioned instruments from refuse collected at dumps.
Scott Pelley reports on new therapies to treat veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder; Lesley Stahl investigates whether drug doses should differ based on sex; Anderson Cooper profiles Liam Neeson.
Scott Pelley interviews Frank Hall, who saved countless lives when he chased a lone gunman from an Ohio high school; David Martin examines the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter; Morley Safer profiles photographer Henry Grossman, best known for his iconic pictures of JFK and the Beatles.
Charlie Rose interviews billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates, and Warren Buffett who plan to give away at least half of their fortunes to charity; Lesley Stahl profiles a man who saved 105 Vietnamese in Saigon in 1975; Bob Simon visits backstage at the New York Metropolitan Opera with general manager Peter Gelb.
Morley Safer reports on Fortune 500 companies that hire disadvantaged youth from the Year Up jobs program; Bob Simon looks at a $1.3 billion radio telescope that allows scientists to view parts of the universe previously unseen; Anderson Cooper swims with man-eating Nile crocodiles.
Scott Pelley investigates doping allegations involving New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez and interviews Anthony Bosch who claims he injected the All Star with banned substances; Anderson Cooper reports on GoPro cameras.
Steve Kroft interviews author Michael Lewis ("Flash Boys") who discusses how high-frequency traders work the stock market to their advantage; Scott Pelley visits with nurse practitioners who provide health care to uninsured workers in Appalachia; Morley Safer looks at how New Yorker cartoons are chosen.
Steve Kroft investigates private companies that collect, analyze and sell personal information on Americans; Bob Simon reports on the aftermath of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident that devastated Fukushima, Japan; Scott Pelley examines two very different ways individuals are using to save the endangered humpback whale.
Bob Simon reports on European "Pink Panther" thieves who have stolen $500 million in valuables over 20 years; Lesley Stahl examines factors that may contribute to living longer and interviews people over age 90 who live in a retirement community.
Scott Pelley reports on BP's compensation to victims of its Gulf oil spill. Also: British humanitarian Nicholas Winton, who rescued 669 mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II; and quarterback coach Steve Clarkson.
Scott Pelley examines the state of mental health care for young people and interviews Sen. Creigh Deeds (D-Va.), whose mentally-ill son committed suicide; Steve Kroft reports on how the FBI tracked down and arrested former Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger; Armen Keteyian profiles Alabama football coach Nick Saban.