His 60 Minutes colleagues recall Bob Simon for a special broadcast honoring the late newsman's remarkable life and art.
60 Minutes Podcasts
June 8, 2010 11:36 AM
In his final story for 60 Minutes, Bob Simon reports on the long and complicated development of ZMapp, a promising drug to combat Ebola; Steve Kroft sits down with Bradley Cooper, the star of the Oscar-nominated film "American Sniper."
No real security on the Internet -- even the military is under daily assault - says the man the Defense Department hired to make the web more secure; Lesley Stahl reports. Also, filming on Alabama's Edmund Pettus Bridge offered director Ava DuVernay a way to anger the ghosts of racism; Bob Simon has her story.
A special edition of "60 Minutes" brings viewers three very different musical portraits including a profile of country music star Blake Shelton, a look at a special project by the Foo Fighters and a visit to the medieval Italian city that gave the world the famed Stradivarius violin. Anderson Cooper, Norah O'Donnell, and Bill Whitaker report.
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
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