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60 Minutes Season 54 Episodes

52 Episodes 2021 -

Episode 1

54Th Season Premiere; 9.11 The FDNY

Sun, Sep 12, 2021 60 mins

While the nation remembers the terrorist attacks that killed thousands of Americans 20 years ago, New York City firefighters sent to rescue victims at the World Trade Center who survived will relive a life-changing experience that's now a part of who they are.

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Episode 2

Take The Fight To The Night; Rep. Liz Cheney; King Of The Deep

Sun, Sep 26, 2021 60 mins

California firefighters battling some of the worst wildfires in state history have a new weapon. A fleet of hi-tech helicopters – including the heavy-duty chinook that carries 10 times the water other helicopters can – that are able to fight the blazes at night, too.

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Episode 3

The Facebook Whistleblower; Unforgiven; The Final Act

Sun, Oct 3, 2021 60 mins

A former Facebook employee says tens of thousands of pages of internal company research she has provided to the Securities and Exchange Commission and investors prove Facebook is lying to the public and investors about the effectiveness of its campaigns to eradicate hate, violence, and misinformation from its platforms.

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Episode 4

Deepfakes; A Thousand Children; Deep Springs

Sun, Oct 10, 2021 60 mins

Bill Whitaker reports on the use of artificial intelligence to create deepfakes, a rapidly improving technology some experts say in the years to come will give anyone the ability to create special effects like a Hollywood studio.

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Episode 5

Robert Gates; The Green River Drift; Whither Ye Olde English Pub

Sun, Oct 17, 2021 60 mins

Few have served in as many security and intelligence positions and for so many presidents as Robert Gates. The former defense secretary during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq speaks to Anderson Cooper about several issues, including the Afghan pullout, the use of American military in foreign countries and the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol.

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Episode 6

Prince V Spy; Running Dry; Michael Keaton

Sun, Oct 24, 2021 60 mins

A former top intelligence official in the Saudi Arabian government says the kingdom's ruler, Mohammed bin Salman, plotted to kill him and has taken his children hostage. Saad Aljabri speaks to Scott Pelley in his first interview. Henry Schuster is the producer.

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Episode 7

Democracy Lost; A New Model; The Future Of Sapiens

Sun, Oct 31, 2021 60 mins

Once considered a revolutionary, Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega has changed laws, silenced the media and jailed his political opponents in his efforts to cling to power in the Central American country.

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Episode 8

Missouri's New Gun Law; The Longest Running Oil Spill; Carnegie Heroes

Sun, Nov 7, 2021 60 mins

Missouri's new Second Amendment Preservation Act, meant to protect the rights of gun owners, is impeding the fight against violent crime, say local law enforcement officials. Norah O'Donnell reports.

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Episode 9

Freight Expectations; Andrew Sullivan; The Get Back Sessions

Sun, Nov 14, 2021 60 mins

Millions of dollars' worth of goods that Americans have ordered are stuck on giant cargo ships, waiting for a place to dock at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

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Episode 10

Reimagining Police; Supersonic; Caligula's Gardens

Sun, Nov 21, 2021 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports from Austin, Texas, one of several U.S. cities experimenting with a new way of policing in which trained civilians, such as mental health clinicians, are responding to calls once answered by armed officers.

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Episode 11

Hazing; Saving The Mountain Gorillas; Rita Moreno

Sun, Nov 28, 2021 60 mins

The parents of a 19-yr.-old freshman who of died of alcohol poisoning while pledging a fraternity blame the fraternity, its national office and Washington State University for the death of their son. Lesley Stahl reports from Rwanda where mountain gorillas, once headed for extinction, are now on the rise, attracting well-heeled tourists and boosting the local economy.

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Episode 12

Reality Winner, China's Next Revolution?, Gucci

Sun, Dec 5, 2021 59 mins

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Episode 13

Negotiating With The Taliban; Let There Be Light; An Island Off An Island

Sun, Dec 12, 2021 60 mins

When the U.S. military pulled out of Afghanistan in August, the Taliban immediately seized control and the international community acted quickly – freezing Afghan assets and foreign aid to pressure the Taliban to negotiate.

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Episode 14

Tornadoes; America's Dirty Secret; Trevor Noah

Sun, Dec 19, 2021 60 mins

Scott Pelley reports on the new science of super storms. What spawned one of the most devastating swarms of tornadoes ever to tear through the United States? Pelley reports from Kentucky, where more than 70 people were killed last weekend and billions of dollars in losses occurred.

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Episode 15

Weather And Wine; Drawing Truth To Power

Sun, Dec 26, 2021 60 mins

Scientists say climate change is altering the world's prime wine-growing regions. Extreme weather episodes like unusual heat and damaging frosts are upending the practices and economics of winemaking, and in some cases, changing the taste of the wine itself – from Napa Valley to Spain, Italy, and France.

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Episode 16

The Ritchie Boys

Sun, Jan 2, 2022 60 mins

Jon Wertheim tells the little-known story of the Jews who escaped the Nazis during World War II and returned to fight Hitler as part of a secret American military intelligence group trained in espionage and psychological warfare.

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Episode 17

The Big Quit; One Small Step; The Kicker

Sun, Jan 9, 2022 60 mins

As employers try to fill millions of open positions – for everything from restaurant dishwasher to software engineer – workers who have jobs are leaving them. People are quitting jobs at an unprecedented rate, and some are simply taking a "time out" from work entirely. Many are calling it "The Great Resignation," but few have been able to explain what's behind it.

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Episode 18

The Betrayal; Chris Stapleton

Sun, Jan 16, 2022 60 mins

60 MINUTES reveals new findings from an unprecedented investigation into the seven-decade-old mystery of how the Nazis discovered Anne Frank, her family and four others hiding in an Amsterdam annex.

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Episode 19

The Final Act; The Get Back Sessions; Best Band In The Land

Sun, Jan 30, 2022 60 mins

Tony Bennett has Alzheimer's Disease. It's taken a toll on his memory and the 95-year-old singer has trouble holding a conversation. But when the music comes on, the legendary crooner is able to break through the fog to find his voice again.

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Episode 20

Great White; The Wolves Of Yellowstone; The Photo Ark

Sun, Jan 30, 2022 60 mins

Great white sharks are coming nearer U.S. beaches, but does it mean attacks on people will increase? 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.

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Episode 21

Death In Training; Breaking Point; Canada's Unmarked Graves

Sun, Feb 6, 2022 60 mins

Lesley Stahl investigates accidents during training involving military armored vehicles. Sharyn Alfonsi reports from Louisville, Kentucky, on how record COVID-19 hospitalizations and critical staff shortages threaten the American health system just as 70 million aging Baby Boomers begin to require more care. Anderson Cooper reports on the residential schools of Canada, where more than 150,000 indigenous children were sent after being forcibly removed from their communities.

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Episode 22

Cheers!

Sun, Feb 13, 2022 60 mins

Scientists say climate change is altering the world's prime wine-growing regions. Extreme weather episodes like unusual heat and damaging frosts are upending the practices and economics of winemaking, and in some cases, changing the taste of the wine itself – from Napa Valley to Spain, Italy and France.

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Episode 23

Ukraine; Targeting Americans

Sun, Feb 20, 2022 60 mins

Lesley Stahl talks to Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba to discuss escalating tensions between his country and Russia and what is at stake for the Biden administration and NATO. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Also, for the past six years, U.S. diplomats stationed in foreign countries have been reporting a series of neurological symptoms, now known as "Havana Syndrome." Scott Pelley reveals new reports of incidents that have occurred on U.S. soil.

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Episode 24

Headlines From Ukraine; The Grid; Wrongful Detainees; Headlines, Deadlines And Bottom Lines

Sun, Feb 27, 2022 60 mins

Holly Williams gives the latest update on the situation between the Ukraine and Russia; Bill Whitaker looks into the threats to the electric grid of the U.S.; Lesley Stahl talks about the unfair imprisonment of Americans abroad.

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Episode 25

Ukraine; State of The Pandemic; Flying Blind

Sun, Mar 6, 2022 60 mins

Scott Pelley is reporting from a train station near Poland's border with Ukraine.

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Episode 26

Headlines From Ukraine; Voting Rights & Wrongs; Secretary Pete; The Improbable Tale Of Ted LassoHeadlines From Ukraine; Voting R

Sun, Mar 13, 2022 60 mins

Charlie D'Agata reports from Ukraine as Russia continues its invasion.

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Episode 27

Economic Shock And Awe; Through The Roof; Sue Bird

Sun, Mar 20, 2022 60 mins

As Russia continues its assault on Ukraine, the United States, European Union and Asian allies have imposed unprecedented economic sanctions on Russia. The goal is to force Russia to withdraw its army and agree not to attack Ukraine again.

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Episode 28

Talking To The Past; One Small Step

Sun, Mar 27, 2022 60 mins

It has been more than three-quarters of a century since the end of World War, and the number of living survivors of the Holocaust has been dwindling.

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Episode 29

Ukraine; Londongrad; Laurie Anderson

Sun, Apr 3, 2022 60 mins

Hospitals, health care facilities, and ambulances in Ukraine have been under attack in recent weeks. Since the start of the conflict, there have been more than 70 attacks on hospitals, doctors, and ambulances according to the World Health Organization.

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Episode 30

President Zelenskyy; Bitcoin Beach

Sun, Apr 10, 2022 60 mins

As Russia's war on Ukraine continues, 60 MINUTES' Scott Pelley goes inside a government building in Kyiv to meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for an extensive interview following the leader's visit to Bucha and his address to the United Nations Security Council.

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Episode 31

Shields Up; Running Volkswagen; eVTOLs

Sun, Apr 17, 2022 60 mins

As Russia continues its war on Ukraine, the Biden administration is warning about Kremlin-directed cyberattacks on critical infrastructure in the United States. Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess sits down with Lesley Stahl to discuss how the giant German automaker tackles issues like rising prices at the pump, the war in Ukraine, COVID-19 unraveling supply chains, and the increasing concern over climate change. Anderson Cooper takes a look at what could be the next big thing in transport.

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Episode 32

Harvest Of War; Eurovision; Birds Aren't Real

Sun, May 1, 2022 60 mins

Scott Pelley enters Ukraine with David Beasley of the World Food Programme and follows the organization's efforts to curb the hunger crisis. Jon Wertheim meets Iceland's contenders for Eurovision, the world's largest musical event and a live TV show that's a cross between the Olympics and "American Idol."The founder of Birds Aren't Real, Peter McIndoe, sits down with Sharyn Alfonsi to discuss the movement he launched, which uses satire to mirror some of the absurdity growing in America.

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Episode 33

Mark Esper; Crisis; Ballet In Exile

Sun, May 8, 2022 60 mins

Norah O'Donnell speaks with former U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper in his first interview ahead of the release of his new book, A Sacred Oath. Sharyn Alfonsi travels to Milwaukee to chronicle how families and communities there are contending with a nationwide upward trend in mental health issues. Jon Wertheim pulls back the curtain and looks at how Russia's invasion of Ukraine is developing on the most delicate of fronts: the world's ballet stages.

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Episode 34

Bellingcat; Sharswood

Sun, May 15, 2022 60 mins

Scott Pelley speaks with Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins about how his organization is building a database of social media exposing the alleged war crimes. Lesley Stahl visits Fred Miller and his family in the large house in southern Virginia that they recently bought to host family gatherings, only to discover that their own ancestors had once been enslaved on that very property.

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Episode 35

In Short Supply; Chicago Hope; Jonas Kaufmann

Sun, May 22, 2022 60 mins

Hospitals have been facing daily drug shortages across the country for more than a decade. A 60 Minutes investigation found the lack of essential drugs is not a matter of supply and demand, but that pharmaceutical companies have been halting production on life-saving generic drugs because they aren't profitable.

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Episode 36

05-22-2022

Sun, May 22, 2022 60 mins

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Episode 37

High Velocity; The Green River Drift; Caligula's Gardens

Sun, May 29, 2022 60 mins

Following the massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Scott Pelley revisits a 2018 report on AR-15 style weapons whose rounds cause such devastating and often lethal wounds that first responders and emergency rooms are changing their protocols and preparing for the worst.

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Episode 38

The Longest-running Oil Spill; Canada's Unmarked Graves; Carnegie Heroes

Sun, Jun 5, 2022 60 mins

News reporters share updates on the biggest stories happening around the world. They report the latest news and issues about politics, economy, society, and other stories that are relevant to the community.

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Episode 39

Wrongful Detainees; Headlines, Deadlines, Bottom Lines; Rita Moreno

Sun, Jun 12, 2022 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on Americans unjustly imprisoned abroad, held by foreign governments with whom the United States has thorny, or in some cases, no relations. Our government calls them "wrongful detainees," and there are currently more than 40 of them

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Episode 40

Secretary Pete; A Different Kind Of Vision; Michael Keaton

Sun, Jun 19, 2022 60 mins

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg discusses the bipartisan infrastructure law; Chris Downey, who lost his sight but found a way to keep working, is profiled; and Michael Keaton discusses his craft, his career and his role as a rural doctor in a town overwhelmed by Oxycontin.

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Episode 41

Londongrad; Democracy Lost; Trevor Noah

Sun, Jun 19, 2022 60 mins

The pressure on Britain to stop the flood of Russian money into London; Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega's attempts to stay in power in the Central American country. Also: Trevor Noah ("The Daily Show") is interviewed.

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Episode 42

The Final Act; The Get Back Sessions; Chris Stapleton

Sun, Jun 26, 2022 60 mins

Tony Bennett's battle with Alzheimer's disease; the Beatles' "Get Back" documentary. Also, a profile of singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton.

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Episode 43

Targeting Americans; Take the Fight to the Night

Sun, Jun 26, 2022 60 mins

"Havana Syndrome" incidents that have occurred on U.S. soil. High-ranking Homeland Security officials in the Trump administration say they were overcome with feelings of vertigo, confusion, and memory loss while on White House grounds and in their Washington, D.C.-area homes. Also: California firefighters battling some of the worst wildfires in state history have a new weapon: a fleet of high-tech helicopters.

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Episode 44

The Ritchie Boys

Sun, Jul 3, 2022 60 mins

The little-known story of the Jews who escaped the Nazis during WWII and returned to fight Hitler as part of a secret American military intelligence group trained in espionage and psychological warfare. After the war ended, many of the Ritchie Boys continued to work in the field of intelligence and played a significant role in setting up what eventually became the CIA.

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Episode 45

Ingenuity and Perseverance; Dynamic Robots; eVTOLs

Sun, Jul 3, 2022 60 mins

The missions to Mars by the tiny helicopter Ingenuity and the rover Perseverance; the Boston Dynamics workshop where cutting-edge robots are being developed; and what may be the next big thing in transportation: eVTOLs, electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.

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Episode 46

Prince V. Spy; Supersonic; The Improbable Tale Of Ted Lasso

Sun, Jul 10, 2022 60 mins

A former top intelligence official in the Saudi Arabian government says the kingdom's ruler, Mohammed bin Salman, plotted to kill him and has taken his children hostage. Also: whether commercial supersonic flights may make a comeback; and behind the scenes of "Ted Lasso."

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Episode 47

Saving The Mountain Gorillas; Deep Springs; Gucci

Sun, Jul 17, 2022 60 mins

The mountain gorillas of Rwanda, which were once headed for extinction; Deep Springs College in the California desert, where students shoulder the responsibilities and challenges of life on a working ranch in addition to a full roster of academic work; and Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele.

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Episode 48

Reality Winner; Array Of Hope; Laurie Anderson

Sun, Jul 24, 2022 60 mins

Former NSA linguist Reality Winner on giving the media classified information about Russian hacking of the 2016 election; the embrace of solar power by the Bahamas, which are still recovering from rare category 5 hurricanes; and artist Laurie Anderson, one of America's most unusual and visionary creative pioneers.

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Episode 49

Deepfakes; Drawing Truth To Power; King Of The Deep

Sun, Jul 31, 2022 60 mins

The use of artificial intelligence to create "deepfakes," a rapidly improving technology some experts say will give anyone the ability to create special effects like a Hollywood studio. Also: Badiucao, an exiled Chinese political cartoonist and street artist; and free diver Alexey Molchanov, who broke his latest world record by diving to 430 feet on one breath.

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Episode 50

Death In Training; An Island Off An Island; Flying Blind

Sun, Aug 7, 2022 60 mins

Lesley Stahl investigates accidents during training involving military armored vehicles. In recent years, more service members were killed in training accidents than in combat. Also: Jon Wertheim ventures to Fogo Island off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, to learn of efforts to rejuvenate the community, which was decimated when its only industry, cod fishing, went into steep decline.

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Episode 51

08-14-2022

Sun, Aug 14, 2022 60 mins

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Episode 52

08-21-2022

Sun, Aug 21, 2022 60 mins

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