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
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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
Lara Logan reports from an Ebola treatment center run by the International Medical Corps in Liberia, where Americans are fighting the battle against the deadly disease. Also, U.S. Secretary for Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald is undertaking the largest reorganization of the VA in its entire history. He gives Scott Pelley his first major interview since taki
Converts to radical Islam in London are so dedicated that one tells Clarissa Ward he can't love his own mother because she is not a Muslim. Also, Scott Pelley has the story of how one of the men who shot Osama Bin Laden came under fire from his fellow seals, and his government, and what he'd like to say now to make amends. Finally, to those who thi
Genetic testing and in vitro fertilization are making it possible for scientists to weed out dangerous and often deadly diseases from the gene pool. Norah O'Donnell reports. Scott Pelley has the latest on Ebola in Dallas and Anderson Cooper talks to the Foo Fighters about the roots of American history.
Barbara Mancini was arrested and accused of helping her dying father kill himself. She became the focus of the end-of-life debate currently raging in this country. Anderson Cooper has that story. Also, Bob Simon reports on a gold prospector in Canada's Yukon, where they also meet a bear. Finally, as the coliseum is restored, the myth of Christians being
FBI Director James Comey sits down for his first television interview since taking over the bureau a year ago to talk about government surveillance, terrorism, cybercrime and a host of other challenges the FBI is taking on. Scott Pelley reports. Also, Pulitzer-Prize winning reporter James Risen speaks to Lesley Stahl about the government's quest to stop