Russia's move into Syria is a sign of weakness, not strength, President Obama tells 60 Minutes in a wide-ranging interview. Also, "I was a coward" says a former prosecutor who is now admitting his role in the wrongful conviction of a man who spent 30 years on death row.
60 Minutes Podcasts
June 8, 2010 11:36 AM
Self-driving cars may sound like science fiction but they're already hitting the road for research as carmakers and tech companies race to develop the potentially life-saving technology. Bill Whitaker goes to Silicon Valley to take a ride; A Kennedy son breaks the silence about his and his family’s alcoholism in an effort to help others overcome their o
On the eve of his speech to the U.N., Vladimir Putin tells 60 Minutes he is seeking partners to battle ISIS in Syria. Scott Pelley sits down with GOP Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump to talk immigration, taxes and NAFTA.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tells Steve Kroft that his countrymen's chant of "Death to America" is a condemnation of U.S. policy rather than a death wish for Americans; Scott Pelley reports on Pope Francis, who has the last word on his own security and always puts the people he serves ahead of his own safety; Anderson Cooper meets Chaser,
Lara Logan reports on Iraq's Christians who have been forced to flee their ancient homeland because of ISIS violence and threats; Scott Pelley on a high school football coach whose act of bravery saved an untold number of young lives; Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Greg Glassman, a brash, former gymnast who created the CrossFit workout, now the basis for a cha
Steve Kroft reports on a new reality exposed by North Korea's hack on Sony Pictures: you don't have to be a superpower to inflict damage on U.S. corporations; Cardinal Sean O'Malley tells Norah O'Donnell about working with Pope Francis to remake the Catholic Church and combat child abuse; Anderson Cooper reports on what it's like to
Steve Kroft reports on a man who held a job at some of the top corporations in America and lived a seemingly normal life as a father and husband -- all while spying for the Soviet Union in the last days of the Cold War; Lesley Stahl profiles a great Chinese tennis champion who stood up to her country's stringent sports system.
Scott Pelley reports on the 2013 sarin gas attack in Syria that U.S. intelligence estimates killed more than 1,400 civilians; Former Republican Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma talks to Lesley Stahl about President Obama, his personal friend and political foe; Ballet has lifted Misty Copeland from poverty, over assumptions about race and through injury. Bill W
60 Minutes found that Lumber Liquidators' Chinese-made laminate flooring contains amounts of toxic formaldehyde that may not meet health and safety standards. Anderson Cooper reports. It took over 80 years, but a museum dedicated to African-American history and culture is finally taking shape on the National Mall in Washington. Scott Pelley reports. Wit
When insurance companies deny the mentally ill the treatment their doctors prescribe, seriously ill people are often discharged, and can be a danger to themselves or others. The U.S. and China are locked in a high stakes contest over satellites that are critical to national security and everyday life. FBI agents discuss their 16-year search and eventual capt