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60 Minutes Season 52 Episodes

50 Episodes 2019 -

Episode 1

Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman; Impeachment Investigation; Great Whites

Sun, Sep 29, 2019 60 mins

In the Season 52 premiere, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is interviewed by Norah O'Donnell. Also: the latest developments in the presidential impeachment inquiry; and whether great white sharks are coming closer to U.S. beaches.

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Episode 2

Impeachment Inquiry; Texas Ranger and The Serial Killer; The Farmer's Advocate

Sun, Oct 6, 2019 60 mins

What America's voters and their elected representatives think of the impeachment inquiry going on in Washington; and a serial killer who may have murdered almost 100 people. Also: Land O' Lakes president-CEO Beth Ford.

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Episode 3

Hong Kong; Nadia; Psychedelic Science

Sun, Oct 13, 2019 60 mins

The protests in Hong Kong aimed at the Chinese government; a Yazidi woman who survived a genocide; and whether psychedelic drugs can treat people for the depression and anxiety that often come with cancer or even addictions to tobacco and alcohol.

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Episode 4

Tree of Life; Madame Lagarde; The Columbus Letters

Sun, Oct 20, 2019 60 mins

Lesley Stahl speaks to the survivors of the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history; Soon-to-be head of the European Central Bank Christine Lagarde talks to John Dickerson about the dangers facing the global economy. A letter written by Christopher Columbus describing his discovery of the Americas became the world's first best seller when it was printed and distributed throughout Europe more than 500 years ago.

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Episode 5

Joe Biden; The Emerald Triangle; Pandas

Sun, Oct 27, 2019 60 mins

The presidential candidate speaks to Norah O'Donnell about the state of his campaign, and other issues; Sharyn Alfonsi reports from California, where the legal marijuana business is not as profitable as many thought it would be; The partnership between China and America's Smithsonian National Zoo has brought the giant panda back from near extinction.

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Episode 6

Maria Butina; The Battle Of Brexit; The Wright Way

Sun, Nov 3, 2019 60 mins

Maria Burtina, the Russian woman who made headlines when she was arrested for conspiring to act as an agent of foreign government, tells Lesley Stahl she did not try to influence American policy as U.S. prosecutors charge. The messy break Britain is trying to make from the European Union. Bill Whitaker profiles The Wright family, a clan sporting nine professional cowboys with five world rodeo titles among them, who live a lifestyle straight out of the old west.

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Episode 7

Jamie Dimon; Dimon In Detroit; Targeting The Truth

Sun, Nov 10, 2019 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews the chairman and CEO of America's largest bank, J.P. Morgan Chase, about the economy, the president's trade policy and Wall Street's role in the Great Recession. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank is using a targeted investment plan to help revive and rebuild an economically depressed Motor City. The head of popular online news site Rappler tells Bill Whitaker how she has been arrested, detained and threatened for reporting the truth about Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.

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Episode 8

Red Flag; Into The Deep; The Youngest Refugees

Sun, Nov 17, 2019 60 mins

In the wake of mass shootings, states have turned to 'Red Flag' laws, allowing law enforcement to temporarily remove firearms from someone posing a threat. Colorado just passed the law, but residents there are fiercely divided; the ocean floor holds trillions of dollars-worth of metals essential to the production of supercomputers, electric cars and cell phones; Sesame Street is bringing a new gang of Muppets to the Middle East.

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Episode 9

The Russian Hack; Tania's Story; Mind Reading

60 mins

Members from two Russian military intelligence units have been indicted for hacking into the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's computers. The Salvadoran woman who was the wife and mother of the drowned migrant father and daughter whose image in death captivated the world and framed the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Lesley Stahl reports on the use of functional magnetic resonance imaging and computer analysis to decode the physical makeup of our thoughts.

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Episode 10

Youtube; Unsheltered; Built By Angels

Sun, Dec 1, 2019 60 mins

Wildly successful but often lit up by controversy, the video sharing site has its pros and cons. Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in America and one where the homeless crisis is among the most visible. Anderson Cooper goes there to report on how one city is dealing with what has become a national problem. Ethiopian pilgrims have been trekking to this mysterious holy site for centuries to visit its rock-hewn churches carved out of the African plateau.

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Episode 11

Genetic Information Age; City On A Hill; The Sandman

Sun, Dec 8, 2019 60 mins

The day when humans will no longer be prone to viruses or genetic diseases is coming. A Palestinian businessman is building a city in the West Bank of Israel that he hopes will be the beginning of a future Palestinian state. His career took off after he left Saturday Night Live, when the comedian/actor began making films that made billions at the box office. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Adam Sandler for his next movie.

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Episode 12

A Central Ally; The Lost Music

Sun, Dec 15, 2019 60 mins

In the last year, 90,000 Salvadorans have been apprehended at the U.S. Southern border. An Italian composer and pianist who converted to Judaism has made it his mission to recover, catalog and perform music written during the Holocaust.

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Episode 13

Mark Bradford; The Pavarotti Of Pasta; Built By Angels

Sun, Dec 22, 2019 60 mins

The Los Angeles artist is considered one of the most important and influential artists in America attracting the attention of the world's top museums and art collectors who pay millions for his abstract work. Lesley Stahl goes to Modena, Italy, to meet chef Massimo Bottura to taste and see why his restaurant ranked # 1 on the list of the top 50 eateries in the world. Ethiopian pilgrims have been trekking to this mysterious holy site for centuries to visit its rock-hewn churches.

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Episode 14

Genetic Revolution; Psychedelic Science; A Radical Solution

Sun, Dec 29, 2019 60 mins

A successful clinical trial for a gene therapy for sickle cell anemia may be a cure for the painful, chronic and often deadly disease. Psychedelic drugs may be able to treat people for the depression and anxiety. Average debt incurred by medical students has reached home mortgage levels, causing some who want to become doctors to not even try. Now New York University, one of the nation's top med schools, has implemented a 100-percent scholarship program-free tuition.

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Episode 15

Jeffrey Epstein; Antibiotics On The Farm; Shakira

Sun, Jan 5, 2020 60 mins

New questions about the death of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in a federal jail cell. The rise of antibiotic-resistant bugs and their relationship to the use of antibiotics in farm animals.Shakira strives for a perfection she admits is impossible, just a few weeks before she is scheduled to perform at the halftime show for Super Bowl LIV.

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Episode 16

Venice Is Drowning; Joaquin Phoenix; Rafa

Sun, Jan 12, 2020 60 mins

Venice is facing an uncertain future as it deals with increasingly higher tides blamed on climate change. Anderson Cooper profiles the Oscar-nominated actor from the controversial film Joker" and gets a rare interview with his family. The world's # 1 tennis player, Rafael Nadal, takes Jon Wertheim back to his hometown on the beautiful Spanish island of Mallorca.

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Episode 17

Great Whites; The Wolves Of Yellowstone; The Photo Ark

Sun, Jan 19, 2020 60 mins

Great white sharks are coming nearer U.S. beaches. The once familiar howl of the wolf in the American West has returned to Yellowstone Park and its environs thanks to a careful re-introduction of the animal by the U.S. Park Service. National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore is attempting to photograph every living species in captivity.

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Episode 18

Frontotemporal Dementia; Pleistocene Park; John Green

Sun, Feb 2, 2020 60 mins

FTD, a little-known but devastating disease that robs people of their personalities or their ability to communicate before it kills them, usually hits in middle age, but can affect people in their 30s. Meet the scientists trying to recreate the Ice Age in part of Siberia to combat a climate catastrophe and see the ambitious project to revive the extinct woolly mammoth using DNA. Few of the millions of his young fans know the best-selling author suffers from a mental illness.

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Episode 19

60 Minutes Presents: Great Adventures

Sun, Feb 9, 2020 60 mins

South African miners are going ever deeper to find gold, digging some of the world's deepest mines. Scott Pelley goes to the steppes of Mongolia to profile falconer Lauren McGough, an American who has mastered the ancient art of hunting with eagles. Anderson Cooper goes to Easter Island, where the famous stone statues called moai are fading away under the elements.

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Episode 20

A Continent On Fire; The Server; West Side Story

Sun, Feb 16, 2020 60 mins

Holly Williams reports on the massive, deadly bush fires in Australia and examines their relationship to climate change. 60 MINUTES gets unprecedented access to rehearsals of the modernized vision of this classic of the American musical theater. Bill Whitaker speaks to the directors and cast.

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Episode 21

Bernie Sanders; 298 Counts Of Murder; Vision Of Music

Sun, Feb 23, 2020 60 mins

Anderson Cooper profiles the self-described democratic socialist senator from Vermont who currently leads the polls for the Democratic presidential nomination. Six years ago a missile brought down Malaysia Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine killing 298 onboard. Next month, four men, three of them Russian, go on trial in a Dutch courtroom. Scott Pelley investigates the evidence and speaks to victims' relatives and prosecutors. Blind and truly gifted, an 18 year pianist is wowing audiences.

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Episode 22

Michael Bloomberg; The Trial Of A Navy Seal; Array Of Hope

Sun, Mar 1, 2020 60 mins

The billionaire presidential candidate takes questions about his campaign and his past that rivals have used against him. The Navy SEAL acquitted of murder in the case that became a cause celebre when President Trump intervened on his behalf. The Bahamas, reeling from rare Category 5 hurricanes scientists blame on climate change, is embracing solar power and can set an example for the world says the islands' prime minister.

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Episode 23

COVID-19, Fiona Hill, Elfstedentocht

Sun, Mar 8, 2020 60 mins

Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the nation's preparedness for the highly infectious disease rapidly spreading across the world. President Trump's former top adviser on Russia and Europe whose testimony on Capitol Hill formed a crucial part of the impeachment inquiry, gives her first interview. The traditional Dutch ice skating race hasn't been held in the Netherlands since 1997 due to climate change. Bill Whitaker reports on an alternative race in the Austrian Alps.

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Episode 24

Chasing Coronavirus; Children Of Flint; King Of The Road

Sun, Mar 15, 2020 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on how New York is dealing with the pandemic. Five years after the Flint water crisis, there are still long lines for water and new evidence of the long-term health impact on the city's children. Jon Wertheim looks at driverless truck technology, which is already being tested on the open road and will go live on the nation's highways sooner than many think. Michael Karzis is the producer.

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Episode 25

Stopping The Coronavirus; Neel Kashkari; A Populist Movement

Sun, Mar 22, 2020 60 mins

The urgent scientific race to develop a vaccine and find drugs that can thwart the coronavirus. It's a global effort unfolding at breakneck speed. Scott Pelley interviews the banker who oversaw the government's response to the Great Recession in 2008. Now the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Kashkari provides insight on the economic impact of covid-19. Hungary's government is spending billions to encourage woman to have more children to solve its demographic problem.

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Episode 26

The Epicenter; The African Basketball Trail; Brenè Brown

Sun, Mar 29, 2020 60 mins

A report on New York City's hospitals and their capacity when it comes to handling the COVID-19 outbreak. Jon Wertheim reports on shadowy operatives and fly-by-night schools whose schemes lead to broken dreams and financial loss for the majority of the teens that come to the U.S. to play basketball. A researcher and best-selling author teaches people how to handle feelings of vulnerability and shame.

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Episode 27

Critical Condition, Talking to the Past

Sun, Apr 5, 2020 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on how wide and deep the coronavirus pandemic's impact could be on companies, small businesses, workers and the world's economy. Seventy-five years ago, the world was convulsed by a very different crisis than the pandemic we face today -- the end of World War II. As Holocaust survivors near the end of their lives, thanks to a new project using artificial intelligence technology, they will be able to keep having conversations, and telling their stories, forever.

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Episode 28

Short Supply; Staying Well; The Resurrection Of St. Nicholas

Sun, Apr 12, 2020 60 mins

Bill Whitaker reports on the short supply of protective gear nurses and doctors need to prevent their own infection with Covid-19 and whether the shortage should have been anticipated. John Dickerson explores how people are coping with anxiety, sadness, and grief. From the ashes of Ground Zero, the small Greek Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is slowly being rebuilt as both a church and national shrine.

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Episode 29

Life And Death; Feeding The Front Line; The Crown Prince Of Kabuki

Sun, Apr 19, 2020 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on the enormous task of handling an unprecedented number of bodies in NYC due to the pandemic. World-famous chef Jose Andres has stepped up once again by harnessing restaurants in a massive effort to feed those most impacted by the pandemic. Cameras capture the pageantry of Japan's centuries-old theater art marked by elaborate make-up and stylized dances.

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Episode 30

On The Line; Outbreak Science; The Unseen Enemy

Sun, Apr 26, 2020 60 mins

The financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on automakers Ford and GM, and their transformation from making cars to making ventilators and other medical supplies. Mapping technologies driven by artificial intelligence are helping airlines, health officials and governments to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Bill Whitaker reports on the new data gathering methods that point to the future of contagion mapping. The Covid-19 pandemic is testing the U.S. military readiness to fight.

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Episode 31

The Jobless; Where Does The Money Go? Where Does The Money Go?; The State Of Texas

Sun, May 3, 2020 60 mins

Finding a job in America in the time of the virus has become increasingly daunting. Some farmers affected by the pandemic shutdown were already hurting. They lost their export market to China in retaliation for trade war tariffs and then watched most of the U.S. trade relief payments go to the largest farms. Some states are beginning a slow, gradual re-opening of business. But health care providers in rural areas warn the side effects could cause a collapse in the system.

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Episode 32

Pandemic Politics; Amazon; Ghost Guns

Sun, May 10, 2020 60 mins

60 minutes vinvestigates if politics are preventing the scientific community from doing crucial research that could help find a vaccine for the COVID-19 virus. The Internet giant continues take orders and send millions of packages each day, but some of its workers say Amazon isn't keeping its workforce safe. They are virtually untraceable weapons that can be made at home using legally purchased parts. Ghost guns have turned up in criminal cases in most of the country.

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Episode 33

Chairman Of The Federal Reserve; Rick Bright; The Reckoning

60 mins

The Federal Reserve plans to weather the unprecedented economic crisis. A top government virologist says he was removed from his crucial role leading a unit fighting the pandemic because he spoke out against the administration's advocacy of a drug unproven to help Covid patients. A look at some of the possible changes spurred by the coronavirus pandemic' s profound effect on society.

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Episode 34

The Promise Of Plasma; Spilling Across The Border; Perseverance

Sun, May 31, 2020 60 mins

Until a vaccine is found, plasma therapy has been helping COVID-19 victims get better. Raw sewage from Tijuana appearing on southern California's coasts. NASA attempts to find signs of ancient life on Mars with the launch of Perseverance.

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Episode 35

The Long Siege; Failure To Protect

Sun, Jun 7, 2020 60 mins

Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, talks about the killing of George Floyd and what its aftermath means for America. A report on the reopening the city of San Antonio, Texas amid coronavirus and the consequences of the lockdown. An Oklahoma law created to protect children from abuse punishes people deemed guilty of failing to stop the abuse. But Sharyn Alfonsi finds that several sentences were more severe on women than man abusers.

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Episode 36

The Lost Music

Sun, Jun 7, 2020 60 mins

An Italian composer and pianist who converted to Judaism has made it his mission to recover, catalog and perform music written during the Holocaust - including works done secretly by prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. Jon Wertheim reports.

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Episode 37

The College Test; Exhume The Truth; Three Empty Chairs

Sun, Jun 14, 2020 60 mins

The challenge for colleges as they prepare to re-open in the fall amid the still-present pandemic. A report on the Greenwood Massacre, a two-day assault in 1921 on a thriving black community in Tulsa, OK. The Merit Systems Protection Board gives two million federal civil service workers—including whistleblowers-- a place to appeal should they be disciplined, demoted or fired.

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Episode 38

Chief Arradondo; The Opioid Playbook

Sun, Jun 21, 2020 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews Minneapolis' Police Chief Medaria Arradondo as the department still reels from the killing of George Floyd. A Bill Whitaker investigation uncovers drug companies' playbook to push opioids, and how law enforcement has scrambled to hold pharma executives accountable for fueling the opioid epidemic.

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Episode 39

Voting In The Pandemic; Wild West Of Testing; Probiotics

Sun, Jun 28, 2020 60 mins

The pandemic has forced election officials to explore ways to keep the public safe at the polls and offer alternatives to in-person voting. As Bill Whitaker reports, so far, it's not been an easy task. A three-month investigation reveals federal officials failed to immediately stop the distribution of many COVID-19 antibody tests they knew were flawed, leading to inaccurate data about the spread of the virus.

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Episode 40

Children Of Flint; A Different Kind Of Vision; Rafa

Sun, Jul 5, 2020 60 mins

A report on the ongoing water crisis in Flint, MI. The remarkable story of architect Chris Downey, who lost his sight, found a way to keep working and believes blindness has made him a better architect. The world's # 1 tennis player, Rafael Nadal, takes Jon Wertheim back to his hometown on the Spanish island of Mallorca. But it's not a vacation, as the court star known as "Rafa" to his fans, practices intensely every morning.

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Episode 41

Ultra Deep; Fly Like An Eagle; Easter Island

Sun, Jul 5, 2020 60 mins

Highlights include: how South African miners are digging some of the deepest mines in the world; Scott Pelley's journey to Mongolia to profile an American who has mastered the ancient art of hunting with eagles; and Anderson Cooper's reports on Easter Island's Moai statues, which are slowly fading away.

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Episode 42

298 Counts Of Murder; The Monuments; West Side Story

Sun, Jul 12, 2020 60 mins

Scott Pelley investigates the evidence and speaks to victims' relatives and prosecutors of the Malaysia Flight 17 shot down over eastern Ukraine. Public monuments to the Confederacy have been generating controversy and sometimes violence over what critics consider their racist symbolism. Anderson Cooper examines the national debate. 60 MINUTES gets unprecedented access to rehearsals of the modernized vision of this classic of the American musical theater "West Side Story."

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Episode 43

Genetic Revolution; The Youngest Refugees; Vision Of Music

Sun, Jul 26, 2020 60 mins

A successful clinical trial for a gene therapy for sickle cell anemia may be a cure for the painful, chronic and often deadly disease. Sesame Street is bringing a new gang of Muppets to the Middle East. The creators of the legendary children's show and the International Rescue Committee have joined forces to address the needs of Syrian child refugees. Blind and truly gifted, Matthew Whitaker is wowing audiences all over the world at just 18. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles the emerging jazz pianist .

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Episode 44

The Emerald Triangle; The Columbus Letters; Built By Angels

Sun, Aug 2, 2020 60 mins

California's cannabis producers are not seeing the windfalls predicted, amid regulations and a robust black market that are cutting into legal pot profits. A letter written by Christopher Columbus describing his discovery of the Americas became the world's first best seller more than 500 years ago. Now the surviving copies are so rare and valuable, they're being stolen and replaced with forgeries. Ethiopian pilgrims have been trekking to this mysterious holy site for centuries.

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Episode 45

Know My Name; Giant Panda

Sun, Aug 9, 2020 60 mins

Chanel Miller, the sexual assault victim previously known as "Emily Doe," tells her story for the first time. The partnership between China and America's Smithsonian National Zoo has brought the giant panda back from near extinction.

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Episode 46

PSYchedelic Science; Malta; Shakira

Sun, Aug 16, 2020 60 mins

Anderson Cooper reports on some promising studies on psychedelic drugs as alternative treatments. European Union officials are sounding the alarm about a series of scandals involving allegations of bribery, cronyism and money laundering among top Maltese officials. The multiple Grammy-winning singer strives for a perfection she admits is impossible. Bill Whitaker profiled Shakira a few weeks before she performed at the halftime show for Super Bowl LIV.

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Episode 47

The Russian Hack; Kings of the Road; The Sandman

Sun, Aug 23, 2020 60 mins

60 Minutes reports how Russian operatives disrupted the 2016 elections. Jon Wertheim looks at driverless truck technology, which is already being testing on the open road and will go live on the nation's highways sooner than many think. Adam Sandler is spotlighted.

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Episode 48

Red Flag; Talking To The Past

Sun, Aug 30, 2020 60 mins

States have turned to 'Red Flag' laws, allowing law enforcement to temporarily remove firearms from some citizens. Colorado just passed the law, but residents there are fiercely divided. Half the counties have declared themselves second amendment sanctuaries. Seventy-five years ago, the world was convulsed by WWII. As Holocaust survivors near the end of their lives, thanks to a new project using A.I. technology, they will be able to keep having conversations, and telling their stories, forever.

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Episode 49

Texas Ranger And The Serial Killer; Mind Reading; The Resurrection Of St. Nicholas

Sun, Sep 6, 2020 60 mins

More than 100 murderers have confessed to James Holland. Now one is telling the Texas Ranger he's committed almost 100 murders himself, making him perhaps the most prolific serial killer in American history. Stahl reports on the use of functional magnetic resonance imaging and computer analysis to decode the physical makeup of our thoughts. From the ashes of Ground Zero, the small Greek Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas is slowly being rebuilt as both a church and national shrine.

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Episode 50

Rage; Spilling Across The Border; Joaquin Phoenix

Sun, Sep 13, 2020 60 mins

Two-time Pulitzer-prize-winning reporter Bob Woodward on his first interview about the revelations in his new book about President Donald Trump. Lesley Stahl reports on raw sewage that is entering Southern California's coast lands and waters from Tijuana, Mexico, just over the border. Meet the real man behind the dark and complicated roles he's known for playing. Anderson Cooper profiles the Oscar-nominated actor and gets a rare interview with his family.

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