GOP leaders say they'll consider the president's proposal to triple child care tax credit. But free college? A minimum wage hike? Raise taxes on rich? No way. Scott Pelley has that story. Also, in his first national interview since a Cleveland cop gunned down a 12-year-old playing with a pellet gun, Police Chief Calvin Williams allows 60 Minutes in
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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. Also, Lesley Stahl has the untold story of a young, American banker's 1975 return to Vietnam to save his stranded Vietnamese colleagues and their families. Finally, volcanoes are found all over the world and ma
Despite problems, legal recreational pot "can work" says Colorado governor who once opposed it; Bill Whitaker reports. Also, a new book reports that the controversial Affordable Care Act will eventually become unaffordable because it doesn't fix the biggest problem of all, the high cost of health care; Lesley Stahl has that story. Finally, a f
Deadline for troop withdrawal from Afghanistan may need to be "re-examined," says Ashraf Ghani in his first interview for U.S. television as president. Lara Logan reports. Also, Lesley Stahl reports on a new show in Harlem with a cast of singers ages 55 and up.
The pope's closest friends, including a rabbi he's known for years in his native Argentina, describe a pontiff who is surprising the world by spurning tradition to bring humility and humanity to the papacy. Scott Pelley reports. No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library - except the pope. And no wonder: the archive holds some of t
Scott Pelley visits Cuba after the United States announced the beginning of a process to normalize relations with the country. Also, retiring Oklahoma politician, Tom Coburn, bids farewell to the Senate and talksa bout his personal friend and political foe, President Obama, with Leslie Stahl. Finally, award-winning actress Reese Witherspoon talks with Charli
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elemntary school shooting, Scott Pelley investigates whether mentally ill patients are being denied care by their insurance providers. A survivor of the Homs siege recalls having to eat grass as food ran out and documenting images that offer a rare look inside the country's cruel civil war. Bob Simon reports. Anderson Coope
No simple solution to cleaning up toxic coal ash ponds, Duke Energy CEO says in a rare interview with Lesley Stahl. Also, already a billionaire for creating an innovative cancer drug, Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong is turning heads with more unconventional ways of treating the disease he hopes to conquer. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports. Finally, Bill Whitaker visits Crem
Jordan holds more than a million Syrian refugees from the civil war. Scott Pelley reports on the U.N. World Food Programme's efforts to feed Jordan's refugees. Bill Whitaker explains how hackers mange to infiltrate the U.S. financial system on a regular basis. And Clarissa Ward interviews the Lion whispere, a former lion park staffer in Africa.
The roads and bridges Americans drive on every day are in dire need of repair or replacement. Steve Kroft reports on the critical condition of America?s infrastructure and why the problem persists. Bob Simon returns to the site of the world's worst nuclear power plant disaster and it's still radioactive and dangerous -- almost 30 years later. Ander