Scott Pelley reports on severe shortcomings in the state of mental health care for young people. Also, for 16 years, one of the FBI's most wanted men, Boston gangster Whitey Bulger and his girlfriend, managed to elude a worldwide manhunt by living a quiet life in Santa Monica, Calif., as "Charley and Carol Gasko." Steve Kroft has their story.
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BP is crying foul over the way its agreement to compensate victims of its Gulf oil spill is being interpreted. It claims businesses not harmed by the spill have collected hundreds of millions of dollars; Scott Pelley reports. Also, in one of the more remarkable humanitarian stories of WWII, Briton Nicholas Winton helped save hundreds of mostly Jewish childre
Steve Kroft investigated the multibillion dollar industry that collects, analyzes and sells the personal information of millions of Americans with virtually no oversight. Also, Bob Simon reports on the aftermath of the disaster in Fukushima, Japan, and finds toxic ghosts towns frozen in time. Finally, "60 Minutes" travels to the South Pacific on th
Steve Kroft reports on "Flash Boys," a book by Michael Lewis that reveals how some high-speed traders work the stock market to their advantage. Also, nurse practitioners are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured working poor in Appalachia -- medical mercy for those left out of Obamacare and ineligible for Medicaid; Scott Pelley has th
On 60 Minutes, details in the doping case of A-Rod, including an interview with the MLB's chief witness against him, the recently indicted Anthony Bosch. Scott Pelley has the story. Also, Anderson Cooper reports on GoPro, one of the world's best-selling cameras that's revolutionizing video production.
China's economy has become the second largest in the world, but its rapid growth may have created the largest housing bubble in history; Lesley Stahl reports. Also, for decades, art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi made millions in a scam that eventually led him to a six-year prison sentence and lawsuits totaling $27 million; Bob Simon reports. Finally, the h
"Year Up" trains thousands of disadvantaged youth for internships that often lead to corporate jobs -- jobs that companies have found hard to fill; Morley Safer reports. Also, a $1.3 billion radio telescope is allowing scientists to see parts of the universe they've seen never before, offering insight into how it all began; Bob Simon has that
Membership to a new club for the super rich comes with just two requirements: You must be worth at least a billion dollars and be willing to give half of that away; Charlie Rose reports. Also, Lesley Stahl reports on the little known story of a young, American banker's 1975 return to Vietnam to save his stranded Vietnamese colleagues and their families.
Lesley Stahl gets rare access inside an American nuclear control center and meets the young airmen who watch over some of the world's deadliest weapons. Also, Morley Safer reports on the discovery of the largest cache of missing art since WWII -- including some pieces looted by the Nazis -- and the battle over its ownership.