FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list; Morley Safer profiles Wikipedians, those "persnickety," techy types who keep your favorite Internet information website brimming with data; and Neil deGrasse Tyson tells Charlie Rose about his fascination
60 Minutes Podcasts
June 8, 2010 11:36 AM
From smartphones to cars and defense missiles, modern U.S. life depends on rare earth elements but China dominates the industry. Lesley Stahl reports; Anderson Cooper has the story of a woman who was arrested and charged with helping her dying father kill himself; Morley Safer profiles a billionaire investor who's pledging a good part of his fortune to
Bill Whitaker investigates the biggest leak in Swiss banking history and examines HSBC's business dealings with a collection of international outlaws. "The first 50 years are for learning; the second 50 are for LIVING!" That's the motto of a show in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up. Lesley Stahl reports.
Scott Pelley reports on how a glitch in Social Security can result in fraudulent payments -- costing taxpayers billions -- and identity headaches. Norah O'Donnell looks into a controversial procedure that could stop the spread of dangerous genes that have stalked families for generations. Steve Kroft talks with Steve Carell about the challenges of makin
Con artists have been filing bogus tax returns and collecting millions. Steve Kroft finds out how far the scam has gone and why the IRS hasn't been able to stop it. The Secretary of Veterans Affairs tells Scott Pelley about his personal mission to reorganize the troubled agency for his fellow vets. While profiling Foo Fighters and their frontman Dave Gr
FBI Director James Comey speaks with Scott Pelley about our lives online and the need for government electronic surveillance, but only with a court order; Lesley Stahl discovers the shock and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis can be followed by a second jolt: the astronomical price of cancer drugs; As the Italian government struggles to maintain its historic rui
Clarissa Ward speaks with Islamic radicals in London about accusations they recruit British citizens for battlefields in Syria and Iraq. Lesley Stahl reports on how Duke Energy is handling over 100 million tons of coal ash waste in North Carolina; all that and more on "60 Minutes."
Bill Whitaker takes a look at Colorado after the state became the first to legalize recreational pot. Sharyn Alfonsi investigates allegations that thousands of homeowners were denied their flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy because of fraudulent engineers' reports. Three consecutive Oscar nominations put Cooper in the company of actors like Ma
"Who the hell knows," the TV and comedy star tells Charlie Rose in a hilarious and revealing 60 Minutes interview that Larry says he didn't want to do in the first place; Lesley Stahl reports on disturbing new evidence that our planet's groundwater is being pumped out much faster than it can be replenished.
For Memorial Day weekend, 60 Minutes presents a special broadcast on war stories. Correspondents Scott Pelley and Lara Logan report.