This includes abuse of the animals and race fixing.. Thoroughbred racing has state-run committees that monitor wagering as well as investigate potential corruption within the sport. In fact, the rise in popularity of the NFL can be directly tied to both the advancement of television and the point spread.
Wouldn’t this perhaps give every sport even more integrity than they already possess?
The NFL, MLB, et al. But don’t for a second think that if the professional sports leagues could profit in some way by legalization–say, by offering betting windows at each stadium in which the team kept the gambling profits–they wouldn’t be all for such legislation.
Yet should New Jersey prevail by striking down PASPA, other states are certain to follow suit, including California which is already writing its own law to legalize sports gambling. do not want to see similar oversight come to their respective sport. In this instance, the league were victorious.
Instead by eliminating PASPA, the states could cut into organized crime while benefiting from the taxation of legal sports gambling.
Another point the sports leagues and NCAA fail to mention is that in 1999, a congressional investigation into gambling determined that between $80 and $380 billion is wagered illegally in the United States each year on sports gambling (compared to the approximately $3 billion Nevada took in on sports wagers in 2010). The state argues that PASPA is unconstitutional and violates states rights.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a law in January to allow sports betting at New Jersey’s 12 casinos and four racetracks.
Defending PASPA is the four major leagues and the NCAA, and oddly these private entities are suing to enforce a federal law–an act usually left to the federal government to do.
The NCAA is acting as the lead plaintiff for itself and the four major professional sports leagues–the NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL–in a lawsuit against the state of New Jersey. With the flood gates open, there would be no turning back.
The leagues’ argument is predicated on one main point: legalized sports gambling threatens the character and integrity of sports.
New Jersey is seeking to change all of that. A vast majority of this money ends up in the pockets of organized crime.
The problem with this law is that it violates the 1992 federal Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) which prohibited sports gambling from being legalized in any state which did not already possess a form of it. The leagues know that many so-called fans are watching their games because they have money wagered on the outcome (think March Madness would be as “mad” without all of those betting pools?). Such an action would limit the effectiveness of each leagues’ commissioner. What is at stake is the future of sports in America.
What the leagues fear is the potential oversight that comes with the fall of this national prohibition. Imagine the government being allowed to rule on the length of suspensions for players who break either league rules or the law.
But the sports leagues have been down this path before in 2009, fighting with the state of Delaware over its attempt to expand its version of legalized sports gambling. The only four states under PASPA allowed to have legal sports gambling are Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and Wyoming.
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State lawmakers have passed a bill that would authorize Internet gambling, but Republican Gov. 21.
The Atlantic Club ranks 10th out of Atlantic City’s 12 casinos in terms of gambling revenue.
ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey (AP) — The owner of the world’s largest online poker website wants to add a brick-and-mortar casino to its portfolio.
In a joint statement, Michael Frawley, the casino’s chief operating officer, and Eric Hollreiser, a spokesman for Rational, confirmed the proposed sale.
The company’s application to New Jersey regulators was first reported by The Press of Atlantic City. It’s take from gamblers declined by 11 percent last year, to $127.2 million. Chris Christie hasn’t acted on it.
On its website, Rational describes PokerStars as the world’s largest online poker site, with more than 50 million registered members. “During this interim period, the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel will operate as normal under current management, which will be retained following completion of the acquisition.”
The proposed deal will be scrutinized closely. It would then need approval from the New Jersey Casino Control Commission to complete the purchase.
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Rational Group US Holdings, the parent company of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, is asking New Jersey casino regulators for permission to buy the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel for an undisclosed amount. It admitted no wrongdoing and is allowed to operate in states where online gambling is legal.
Rational is seeking from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement interim casino authorization, which is preliminary approval to move forward with the purchase. If approved, the deal would mark the first purchase of an Atlantic City casino by an Internet gambling company.
“Rational US is a willing and enthusiastic prospective purchaser, and it intends to improve the financial viability of the property, and therefore the offerings available in Atlantic City,” the firm wrote in its application to New Jersey casino regulators. “The purchase will improve the overall economic and competitive conditions of Atlantic City and the state of New Jersey, as the current owner of the company has, for a considerable period of time, been marketing the property for sale.”
“The acquisition of The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel will secure up to 2,000 jobs and maintain the economic benefits the casino brings to New Jersey,” their statement read. A purchase agreement was reached Dec. Since December 2001, the company says, more than 85 billion hands have been played on its site.
The company, based in Isle of Man, promises to invest in the Atlantic City casino to help the struggling seaside gambling resort.
Rational would buy the casino from Resorts International Holdings, an affiliate of Los Angeles-based hedge fund Colony Capital LLC. It posted a $13.6 million gross operating loss through the first nine months of last year.
Last year, PokerStars paid $547 million to settle money laundering charges from a U.S. government crackdown on illegal Internet gambling. Colony has owned the casino since 2005 as it has struggled badly in Atlantic City’s cutthroat market, which is suffering from increased competition from casinos in neighboring states.
Similar appeals by Sukumaran and Chan were rejected by the Administrative Court and the High Administrative Court, with both ruling that clemency is the prerogative of the president.
Prasetyo said Monday that another convict, Frenchman Serge Atlaoui, would not be executed with the others because he still has an outstanding legal complaint over the rejection of his clemency appeal.
Over the weekend, authorities asked the nine inmates — the two Australians and Veloso, as well as four Nigerian men and one man each from Brazil and Indonesia — for their last wishes and gave them a 72-hour notice of their executions.
Andrew Chan (center) and Myuran Sukumaran (left) stand in a holding cell in the Denpasar court in Bali on Oct. The United Nations has argued that their crimes — ranging from marijuana possession to heroin trafficking — are not egregious enough to warrant the ultimate punishment.
“While they are still alive, there is still hope and I will continue to advocate all throughout today,” Bishop said.
A worker arranges coffins that will be delivered to the prison island of Nusakambangan ahead of the executions.Photo: AP
“I am begging and knocking at your kind heart that your excellency will grant executive clemency to her by sparing her life and saving her from execution,” Pacquiao said in a live interview from Los Angeles with Philippine network GMA News.
“The death penalty is a terrible injustice which can never be put right,” Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland said in a statement. 8, 2010.
The head of Europe’s human rights watchdog on Tuesday urged Indonesia not to carry out the executions. The relatives were allowed to visit with the inmates until 8 p.m., said Tony Spontana, Prasetyo’s spokesman.
The nine inmates were given 72-hour notices over the weekend that they would be executed by a firing squad, prompting a flurry of last-minute lobbying by foreign leaders. He told reporters that he suggested to Jokowi that keeping Veloso alive would enable her to testify about those involved in the drug syndicate.
A dozen ambulances, nine carrying coffins, were driven onto the ferry to Nusakambangan. On the dashboard of one ambulance was a piece of paper bearing the name of Mary Jane Veloso, a Filipino woman who is among those scheduled to die.
“Clearly if traveling to Indonesia would make a difference, we would have gone there,” Bishop told Nine Network television.
Sukumaran’s sister, Brintha, wailed in agony and had to be carried through a crowd of media waiting at the ferry port to the island.
Chan received a visit from Febyanti Herewila, an Indonesian Christian pastor who became his wife in a marriage ceremony on the island on Monday.
Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao also appealed to Jokowi to spare Veloso’s life.
Andrew Chan (right) and Myuran Sukumaran wait in a holding cell in Bali in 2006.
Attorney General Muhammad Prasetyo announced the executions would take place after midnight.
“Tony, if you have any courage and compassion, you’d get over to Indonesia and bring these two boys home,” actor Brendan Cowell said of the prime minister.
Prasetyo said Atlaoui would later face a firing squad alone if his complaint is turned down by the Administrative Court. The France-based Council of Europe holds its 47 member countries accountable to the European Convention on Human Rights, which opposes the death penalty.
On Tuesday, Australia’s foreign minister defended Prime Minister Tony Abbott against online criticism that he had not done enough to save the lives of Sukumaran and Chan.
Brintha Sukumaran, sister of Myuran Sukumaran, cries upon arrival at Wijayapura ferry port to cross onto the prison island.Photo: AP
Raji Sukumaran (left) and Sam Sukumaran, the parents of Myuran Sukumaran
But Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the Australian government was acting on advice from Australian diplomats in Jakarta who were part of a sustained campaign seeking a stay of execution.
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A convoy of ambulances arrives at Wijayapura ferry port to cross to the prison island of Nusakambangan, in Cilacap on April 28.
CILICAP, Indonesia — Ambulances carrying coffins arrived Tuesday at a prison island and relatives paid final visits to their condemned loved ones as Indonesia announced it will execute eight foreigners and one Indonesian man for drug crimes, despite an international outcry and pleas for mercy.
Australian actors including Geoffrey Rush, Guy Pearce, Joel Edgerton and Bryan Brown have launched an online video calling for Indonesia to show mercy to the two men.
Veloso’s two sons and her mother were seen arriving at the prison for a final visit.
Abbott has spoken to Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo several times on the issue, most recently in Singapore in late March at the funeral of Lee Kuan Yew, the city-state’s first prime minister, Bishop said.
In Manila, hundreds of activists and supporters of Veloso continued a vigil outside the Indonesian Embassy.
Among the condemned are two Australians — Myuran Sukumaran, 33, and Andrew Chan, 31 — whose emotional families made what could be their last visit to Besi prison on Nusakambangan island, where the prisoners are scheduled to die.
Philippine President Benigno Aquino III appealed to Jokowi on Monday to spare the life of Veloso, the Filipino drug convict, in a meeting on the sidelines of an annual summit of Southeast Asian leaders in Malaysia. He urged Indonesia to refrain from the executions and “then to consider introducing a moratorium on the death penalty with a view to working towards abolition.”
“All the officials, prosecutors, firing squads and ambulances are in place,” he told reporters.
Boxing has been a sport that’s most attractive to males, and if we can attract more males to the channel, that’s fantastic. “I not only want to win, but I want a knockout. NBC’s “Gillette Cavalcade of Sports” premiered in 1948 and aired Friday nights through 1960.
The network promises the new program will “stretch the boundaries of the sport.”
The network, which has traditionally programmed entertainment, music, news and public affairs for the African-American audience, , told The Associated Press it has partnered with Roc Nation Sports to air up to nine live, two-hour telecasts of boxing events in the next 18 months.
The first main event fight will feature WBA Super Middleweight World Champion Andre Ward (27-0) facing former World Title Challenger Paul Smith (35-5) of England on June 20 at Oakland’s Oracle Arena.
Ward called his boxing comeback on BET “exciting. But I was ready to be done with it. Hill, BET’s President of Original Programming. But it was very, very difficult. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and at http://www.twitter.com/tvfrazier. It’s a new audience, a mainstream audience.”
Online:. Other sports might also be in the cards, he added: “We want to present sports you’re familiar with, in new ways.”
“The action will be the same, but we plan to get into the background of the boxers as well. NBC was airing weekly boxing matches as early as 1946. It airs on Spike and Showtime. I want to put on a great performance.”
Now, after signing with Roc Nation Sports in January, he’s returning to the action in his native Bay Area.
A gold medalist at the 2004 Olympic Games, Ward since turning professional has won more than two dozen bouts. “And once we find there’s an interest, we’ll pull this thread as far as it can go.”
With its entry into boxing, BET is harking back to one of television’s original programming genres. Past stories are available at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/frazier-moore
Asked about the challenge of his protracted litigation, Ward replied, “It’s OK now that it’s over with. And it has been a tradition on HBO for decades.
“It’s more than just boxing, it’s more than a sporting event, and that’s why we went into it,” said Stephen G. But injuries and a contractual dispute with his former promoter have kept him out of the ring for a year and a half.
“We hope the numbers will show that viewers want more,” said Hill. I love this sport and I’ve given this sport everything I had. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, as many as a half-dozen boxing shows could be found weekly on the handful of networks. “One of our goals is to approach the personalities of the fighters and the in-between-rounds of entertainment differently than it’s been approached on television before.
He cited Ward’s story for its potential broad appeal.
“With the inactivity the last couple of years, it’s important for me to come back with a bang,” he said. But we can keep the women engaged with the human interest stories we put around the boxers.”
EDITOR’S NOTE — Frazier Moore is a national television columnist for The Associated Press. But every time that I would write up a retirement speech, someone would stop me and say, ‘It’s not time.’ I appreciate that.”
The action inside the ring will be supplemented with a live musical performance as well as a DJ — a package of elements branded “throne boxing” by Roc Nation Sports and its founder, Shawn “Jay Z” Carter.
BET hopes its own brand of boxing will be warmly received by viewers during this initial rollout.
BET is storming out of its corner with its first-ever rounds of professional boxing.
In the non-sports-TV universe of the current day, boxing has recently returned to NBC
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So it’s only fitting that the couple exchanged vows alongside 18 bridesmaids and 14 groomsmen, two flower girls, a ring bearer, 350 guests and a dozen cameramen.
Because one is never enough, the former reality star and her second hubby (who’s walked down the aisle four times himself) registered for 16 J.L. and Mrs. Schon, who tied the knot at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts in a ceremonial spectacle dubbed “Winter Wonderland Wedding and Music Event” on Sunday (complete with 40 chandeliers, sprinkling fake snow and Christmas trees), first met when the 59-year-old spotted the 48-year-old blonde in the audience at D.C.’s Constitution Hall 18 years ago.
Looks like Christmas is coming early for the Schons.
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And, it seems, the lucky guests can definitely afford one of the 84 premium presents (i.e. Tareq Salahi is leaving bankruptcy in the dust for greener pastures with the legendary Journey guitarist… And if you’re one of the VIPs who got to witness the walk down the aisle firsthand, you’ll also have to fork over thousands for a wedding gift.
(Photo: Neiman Marcus). Coquet platinum dinner plates at $350 each. Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar, Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, RB singer Brian McKnight and fellow reality villain Omarosa Manigault) who so far have lavished the happy couple with a mere 10 items to take home (that’s only $3,700 accounted for… and taking full advantage by the looks of their Neiman Marcus gift list, with the most expensive accoutrements ringing in at $5,600.
Yes, we’re talking about White House crasher and former Real Housewife of D.C.Michaele Salahi and rocker Neal Schon’s live lavish weekend nuptials that you can pay to see.
Click here to see the happy couple’s outrageously expensive wedding registry.
Or the vintage Daum crystal piece for $4,700 and the Raynaud gold and platinum soup bowls for about $3,000.
But if you’re pockets aren’t quite that deep, you can get the newlyweds a gravy ladle for $69 or spend a mere $950 for a Christolfe water pitcher.
And $2,200 for Christolfe dinner knives or $2,200 for Baccarat goblets for the extravagant king and queen, who charged $14.95 to watch them say “I do.”
When you have a pay-per-view wedding, you obviously need an equally over-the-top registry.
Mr. and $1,395 alone for a large crystal Baccarat vase)…So there’s a lot more spending to go over the next year.
And there’s plenty of Hermes dinnerware, blankets and pillows to go around if you’ve got $10,880 at your fingertips.
That’s because the lovebirds have registered for a whopping $90,000 worth of luxe goodies, Celebuzz has learned.
But you need the full dining set, of course, so that alone costs over $13K.
Michael Appleton found out he was sacked by Blackburn on TV – before being handed a letter by a club receptionist.
Southampton are planning a summer shopping trip for Australian right-back Trent Sainsbury.
PR boss Harry Redknapp plans to make another bid for Toulouse’s France international defensive midfielder Etienne Capoue in the summer, but admits a deal could only happen if the club remain in the Premier League.
Norwich will attempt to sign Andreas Weimann, whose talks about a new deal with Aston Villa have stalled.
Arsenal are the latest club to express an interest in non-League sensation Daniel Carr.
Per Mertesacker has ruled out a summer move to Wolfsburg.
Celtic are poised to revive their interest in Wolves striker Kevin Doyle this summer.
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Yaya Toure has stunned Manchester City by demanding: Give me a new contract by Saturday – or I am off.
Michael Owen wants to stay in football despite calling time on his glittering playing career.
Inter Milan are planning to bid £10million for Loic Remy if QPR go down.
Arsene Wenger is primed for a major power struggle with Chelsea for West Brom wonder kid Isaiah Brown.
Aston Villa are plotting a summer raid for Manchester City flop Scott Sinclair.
A summit meeting of the 24 Championship clubs will today warn the Premier League that it risks permanently damaging “the integrity of the Football League” by proposing a big hike in parachute money for clubs relegated from the top tier but only a modest rise in “solidarity payments” for other clubs.
Reading hope to appoint a new manager before the weekend, with Russian owner Anton Zingarevich due to fly in to talk to prospective candidates, thought to include former Southampton boss Nigel Adkins.
England midfielder Frank Lampard, yet to be offered a new deal by Chelsea, says a move to the MLS in America would not have to mean the end of his international career.
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Steve Jobs – In his first interview about the visionary Apple CEO, biographer Walter Isaacson reveals the private Steve Jobs few knew. Watch it now
21st Century Snake Oil – 60 MINUTES hidden cameras expose medical conmen who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. Watch it now
Anna Wintour -The sunglasses come off the high-queen of haute couture in this rare and unprecedented interview, in which the Vogue editor reveals why she always wears them and much more to Morley Safer in her first long-length interview for U.S. Watch it now
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SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2011
Mount Athos – Bob Simon steps back in time when he gets rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on a remote Greek peninsula who have lived a Spartan life of prayer in a tradition virtually unchanged for a thousand years. But to people with Down syndrome and the poor of his native Dominican Republic who he helps, he means a lot more than home runs and RBI. David Gelber, Sam Hornblower and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Bob Simon reports. Graham Messick and Sumi Aggarwal are the producers. The ranchers who breed them claim to be preserving them, a notion animal rights people strongly disagree with. He’s given away over $2 billion and plans on leaving even more to charity before he dies. Watch it now
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2011
Prosecuting Wall Street – Two whistleblowers tell Steve Kroft that their warnings about fraudulent and substandard mortgages were ignored by their companies, offering a rare window into the root causes of the subprime mortgage meltdown still holding back the struggling U.S economy. Scott Pelley reports on one man offering to treat cerebral palsy who a respected stem cell researcher says could be endangering patients. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JULY 17, 2011
Silver or Lead – Byron Pitts reports on the murder of the mayor of a Mexican city, where powerful drug gangs seem to be giving authorities a choice of “silver or lead” – join us and we will pay you or don’t and we’ll kill you. John Hamlin is the producer. Clem Taylor is the producer. Deirdre Naphin is the producer.Watch it now
SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2011
The Speed Traders – Steve Kroft gets a rare look inside the secretive world “high-frequency trading,” a controversial technique the SEC is scrutinizing in which computers can make thousands of stock trades in less than a second. Scott Pelley reports. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Max McClellan and Jeff Newton are the producers. Watch it now
Lara Logan – In her first television interview since being sexually assaulted two months ago, the CBS News chief foreign correspondent and 60 MINUTES reporter reveals what happened to her in Tahrir Square in an interview with Scott Pelley. Watch it now
Sovereign Citizens – Anti-government American extremists who don’t pay taxes and ignore requirements like social security cards and drivers licenses are on the rise. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT Watch it now
Apps for autism – Autistic people whose condition prevents them from speaking are making breakthroughs with the help of tablet computers and special applications that allow them to communicate, some for the first time. Steve Kroft reports on “Top Gear,” whose witty humor, outrageous speed, destructive vehicle stunts and car reviews attract an estimated weekly worldwide audience of 350 million according to the BBC. Watch it now
The 33 – Four months after 33 Chilean miners were rescued from a half-mile underground, where they lived in daily fear of death for over two months, psychologists say all but one of them have experienced serious mental stress. Draggan Mihailovich and Frank Devine are the producers. Henry Schuster is the producer. Watch it now
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Freeman Hrabowski – University President Freeman Hrabowski has turned the University of Maryland Baltimore County into a well-known producer of outstanding scientists and engineers, many of whom are minorities. Jeff Newton is the producer. David Schneider and Joyce Gesundheit are the producers. Lesley Stahl interviews Andrew Mason. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best. Watch it now
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2011
The Lobbyist’s Playbook – Jack Abramoff, the ex-lobbyist and now ex-convict at the center of the biggest Washington corruption scandal in decades gives his first television interview to Lesley Stahl. Watch it now
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2011
The jobs czar – Can General Electric Chairman Jeffrey Immelt, whose company has been racking up big profits overseas, help create jobs in America? Lesley Stahl interviews the man President Obama chose to lead the crucial quest for more American jobs. Dr. Watch it now
Afghanistan’s Top Spy – The former head of Afghanistan’s intelligence says Pakistan has supported the Taliban for years and in 2007, he says, his information pinpointed Osama bin Laden 12 miles from where American forces killed him last week. Howard L. CNN’s Anderson Cooper reports. Lara Logan profiles Wahlberg as he prepares for his most challenging role: a boxer. Harry Radliffe is the producer. But to people with Down syndrome and the poor of his native Dominican Republic that he helps, he means a lot more than home runs and RBI. Watch it now
Medal of Honor – The first living soldier to earn the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War tells Lara Logan in an emotional interview just what he did to be awarded the nation’s highest combat honor and how the recognition makes him uncomfortable. Scott Pelley reports. Shachar-Bar-On is the producer. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Byron Pitts reports on the “Migrant Stream” and the families who are part of it whose children work alongside them in the fields for minimum wage. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JANUARY 22, 2012
One Child at a Time – Wars can literally shatter children’s lives and Elissa Montanti is on a mission to make some of them whole again through a network of volunteers. Scott Pelley follows the progress of one of them, a badly maimed Iraqi boy. vs. Shachar-Bar-On is the producer. Drake (8 p.m. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 2011
Curve Ball – Bob Simon interviews the Iraqi defector code-named “Curve Ball” – first identified by 60 MINUTES three years ago – whose false tale of a mobile, biological weapons program was the chief justification for invading Iraq. Watch it now
Top Gear – A quirky British television show about cars has become a hit almost everywhere but the U.S. Watch it now
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Gardens of the Queen – “60 Minutes” cameras take viewers on an underwater adventure off the Cuban coast to one of the world’s most pristine and vibrant coral reefs. Scott Pelley reports. Frank Devine and Michael Radutzky are the producers. 9, 2011
The Big Gamble – Lesley Stahl reports on the proliferation of gambling to 38 states and its main attraction, the slot machine, newer versions of which some scientists believe may addict their players. Watch it now
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Remembering 9/11 -Ground Zero responders relive their haunting experiences on the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks for a “60 Minutes” segment about their road to recovery and the doctor who is preserving their oral histories. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now
The New Tax Havens – American companies are finding new overseas tax havens to legally protect some of their profits from the U.S. Robert Anderson is the producer. Watch it now
In Search Of The Jaguar – 60 MINUTES went in search of the most elusive of all of nature’s big cats, the jaguar, and captured amazing footage of them in the Brazilian jungle. Watch it now
The Most Expensive Food in the World – European white truffles can sell for as much as $3,600 a pound. Tanya Simon and Catherine Herrick are the producers. Michael Radutzky and Frank Devine are the producers. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2011
“I’ve never seen the like” – After many requests for help from his ambushed unit were denied, Dakota Meyer took matters into his own hands, going through a gauntlet of Taliban fire five times to try and save his trapped comrades. John Hamlin is the producer. Michael Gavshon and Paul Bellinger are the producers. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JAN. Bob Simon reports. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Draggan Mihailovich and Nathalie Sommer are the producers. Tom Anderson is the producer. David Browning is the producer. Watch it now
The Sage of St. Ruth Streeter is the producer.
The player – He doesn’t put on the pads or walk the sidelines, but Drew Rosenhaus, the agent who represents the most NFL players, is a force to be reckoned with — even if he has to say so himself. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers. Tom Anderson and Coleman Cowan are the producers. David Schneider is the producer. Graham Messick and Sumi Aggarwal are the producers. David Martin reports. Scott Pelley follows the progress of one of them, a badly maimed Iraqi boy. Jenny Dubin is the producer. David Browning is the producer. Andy Court and Anya Bourg are the producers. Dolan discusses the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church, his current mission and the state of the church in America. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now
Jane Goodall -Jane Goodall brings Lara Logan and 60 MINUTES cameras back to the forests of Tanzania, where she began her love affair with chimpanzees 50 years ago, to remind the public that chimps are endangered. David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers. Rebecca Peterson is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 2012
The Majority Leader – Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor about his life and the recent bipartisan wars in Congress. 6 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.. The former FBI agent reveals himself for the first time and talks about his interrogations in an interview with Lara Logan. Watch it now
Hitchens – Steve Kroft profiles Vanity Fair columnist, author and public intellectual Christopher Hitchens, for whom nothing is off-limits when making his wry and often outrageous observations, including the cancer he is suffering from. Anderson Cooper reports. Tom Anderson is the producer. 6, 2011
“60 MINUTES PRESENTS: GOTTI”
A SPECIAL HOUR WITH THE FIRST EXTENDED INTERVIEW OF JOHN GOTTI, JR.
John Gotti, Jr. Byron Pitts reports. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best. Watch it now
Silver Or Lead – Byron Pitts reports on the murder of the mayor of a Mexican city, where powerful drug gangs seem to be giving authorities a choice of “silver or lead” – join us and we will pay you or don’t and we’ll kill you. David Schneider is the producer. Watch it now
Dolly – Dolly Parton, the oh-so-country music superstar with the city-slicker sense of show business talks to Morley Safer about her childhood, her career and the Broadway production of her film, “9 to 5.” David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 2011
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Insiders – Steve Kroft reports on how America’s lawmakers can legally buy stock based on non-public information. Watch it now
Brazil -As the U.S. Kyra Darnton, Sam Hornblower and Michael Radutzky are the producers. Watch it now
The 33 – Three months after 33 Chilean miners were rescued from a half-mile underground – where they lived in daily fear of death for 69 days – psychologists say more than 20 of them are experiencing serious mental stress. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Watch it now
Parker and Stone – Steve Kroft talks to Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of Comedy Central’s “South Park” and gets to watch the process that each week produces another scathing and hilarious episode for the biggest hit on basic cable television. Denise Schrier Cetta is the producer. Watch it now
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Howard Buffett – Legendary investor Warren Buffett has chosen his son Howard to succeed him as head of his multibillion dollar holding company. David Browning is the producer. Morley Safer reports on this fascinating industry that food manufacturers depend on, but which critics say make some people dependent on less-than-healthy food choices. Katy Textor is the producer. But harvests are down and a black market has emerged that has allowed an influx of inferior and cheap Chinese truffles that are diluting this lucrative market. Watch it now
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Gospel for Teens – Lesley Stahl spends a year following the inspirational leader of a gospel music program for teenagers in Harlem and her students as they learn to sing this original American art form and build the confidence and character it inspires. Gen. Lara Logan reports. Max McClellan and Jeff Newton are the producers. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JULY 24, 2011
Resurrecting Eden – In Southern Iraq where many biblical scholars place the Garden of Eden, Scott Pelley finds a water world where the “Marsh Arabs” are making a comeback after Saddam nearly destroyed the “cradle of civilization.” Jenny Dubin is the producer. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now
The murder of an American Nazi – Lesley Stahl reports on the murder of a neo-Nazi leader and captures a growing subculture of hate playing out in America’s backyards and alongside the border – where neo-Nazis patrol in order to keep illegal immigrants out. David Schneider is the producer. Oriana Zill and Michael Rey are the producers.
City of David – Lesley Stahl reports from under the city of Jerusalem from a controversial archeological dig that has become a flashpoint in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now
The Flavorists – Meet the scientists behind the real and artificial flavors that make foods and beverages so tasty. Bob Anderson and Nicole Young are the producers. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers. David Schneider is the producer. Watch it now
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011
The interrogator – Few know more about the 9/11 investigation than Ali Soufan, who questioned members of al Qaeda after the attack. Glenn Silber and Graham Messick are the producers.Watch it now
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 2011
The Library – No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library except the pope. (This is a double-length segment.) Watch part one
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2011
Hard Times Generation – Scott Pelley brings “60 Minutes” cameras back to central Florida to document another level of homelessness – kids and their parents living in cars. Watch it now
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Albert Pujols – His big bat has made the St. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Peter Radovich Jr. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2011
Designing Life – Steve Kroft profiles famous microbiologist Craig Venter, whose scientists have already mapped the human genome and created what he calls “the first synthetic species.” Andy Court is the producer. Graham Messick is the producer. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2011
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Afghanistan – As the war in Afghanistan hits 10 years, guerrilla tactics are still exacting a high human toll. Watch it now
Andy Rooney – Morley Safer interviews the iconic commentator about his remarkable career right before Rooney’s last regular appearance on “60 Minutes,” where he has had the final word since 1978. Sal Giunta has now possessed the medal for six months and says he is just as uncomfortable wearing it as he was to be named its recipient. Steve Kroft reports. All rights reserved.
Wynton Marsalis – Jazz missionary Wynton Marsalis shares his love of America’s most distinctive art form by taking his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra around the world. Katie Couric also traveled with the secretary on a five-day mission to the Middle East that included a stop in Iraq. Watch it now
Eminem – Anderson Cooper profiles the chart-topping rapper from Detroit who overcame addiction to reclaim the winning style that made him the biggest selling artist of the past decade. Watch it now
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Mitch Landrieu – The New Orleans mayor talks to Byron Pitts about the city he loves and his efforts to heal wounds it still suffers from corruption and Hurricane Katrina. Watch it now
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2011
There Goes the Neighborhood – Recession-fueled foreclosures are causing extremely high vacancy rates in some neighborhoods, ruining the values of the occupied homes and forcing the demolitions of once valuable properties. We return with an all-new show on Sunday, Jan. Watch it now
The co-founder – Lesley Stahl speaks to Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen in his first interview about his upcoming book in which he criticizes his Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. (This is a double-length segment.)
The Many Meryls – Meryl Streep, the two-time Oscar-winner and Grande Dame of American film and stage, sat down with Morley Safer for a rare interview to discuss acting, her career and her latest leading role as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. James Jacoby is the producer. Watch it now
Spy on the Ice – Bob Simon reports on the latest “spy-cam” techniques used by wildlife filmmakers to show animals – in this case, polar bears – up-close and in a way audiences have never seen them before. Lara Logan interviews the 26-year-old about his technique and his sport- where there can be no mistakes. Watch it now
Stealing America’s Secrets – 60 MINUTES has obtained an FBI videotape showing a Defense Department employee selling secrets to a Chinese spy that offers a rare glimpse into the secretive world of espionage and illustrates how China’s spying may pose the biggest espionage threat to the U.S.. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. Frank Devine is the producer. Henry Schuster is the producer. Lesley Stahl reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.
The Archbishop – In a wide-ranging interview with Morley Safer, New York’s Archbishop Timothy M. Ruth Madoff and son Andrew tell Morley Safer how Madoff confessed his crimes to them, their reaction and the subsequent family strife of the past three years. military says keep coming from their sanctuary in Pakistan. For the first time, former Armstrong teammate Tyler Hamilton reveals details to Scott Pelley never heard in public before of how and when he and some of the former members of the U.S. Watch it now
Mount Athos – Bob Simon steps back in time when he gets rare access to monks in ancient monasteries on a remote Greek peninsula who have lived a Spartan life of prayer in a tradition virtually unchanged for a thousand years. Mary Walsh is the producer. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Bragg, Calif., took on a new and powerful meaning after Otsuchi was inundated by the tsunami last winter. Watch it now
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The special hour includes stories about his father, the late John “Teflon Don” Gotti; being “made” a member of his father’s crime family; feelings about his privacy now; his own daily worries about being “whacked”; and the one thing that made his legendary crime-boss father weep.
SUNDAY, APRIL 10, 2011
The Murder of Louis Allen – Steve Kroft’s 18-month investigation into a 47-yr.old murder in a Mississippi town sheds light on an unsolved civil rights killing near the top of the FBI’s list. (This is a double-length segment.) Watch part one
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Big Game Hunting – The same kinds of exotic, sometimes endangered, species found in places like Africa can be hunted here in the U.S. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. Karen Sughrue and Julie Holstein are the producers. Karen Sughrue is the producer. Cameras capture the monastic life, including chanting, prayers, rituals, and the priceless relics and icons from the Byzantine Empire stored on The Holy Mountain, Mt. Dolan discusses the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church, his current mission and the state of the church in America. Watch it now
Marine Brothers – Lara Logan reports on five sets of brothers in the Marine Reserves who fought for the right to be on the front line of combat in Afghanistan with their siblings. His efforts earned him the Medal of Honor. Watch it now
Yemen – Steve Kroft reports on the U.S.’s new partner in the war on terror, Yemen, a known al Qaeda hideout and recently the source of several explosive packages sent to America. Shari Finkelstein is the producer. David Martin reports. Watch it now
The N-word – A Southern publisher’s sanitized edition of “Huckleberry Finn” that replaces the N-word with “slave” over 200 times is the focal point for a debate on the use of the controversial word in American society. Watch it now
The Pledge – Steve Kroft takes a look at Grover Norquist, the man many blame for holding up the deficit-reduction process because of the anti-tax pledges he has obtained from nearly all the Republican politicians in Washington. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Jeff Newton is the producer. Ira Rosen and Gabrielle Schonder are the producers. Watch it now
Zenyatta – With the greatest American horse race coming up next week in Kentucky, 60 MINUTES takes another look at one of the greatest American thoroughbreds ever to grace a track – the nearly undefeated Zenyatta. Scott Pelley reports. Harry Radliffe and Michael Karzis are the producers. Bob Simon reports. 30.
Children in the Fields (8 p.m. Shachar Bar-On and Meghan Frank are the producers. Warren Lustig is the producer. Andrew Metz is the producer. Deirdre Naphin and Katy Textor are the producers. Robert Anderson, Henry Schuster, Nicole Young and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Watch it now
Operation Proper Exit – This unique program takes wounded warriors back to the battlefield in an effort to provide closure that often leads to better lives for these veterans and their families. Lara Logan interviews Honnold about his skills and his unique sport where there can be no mistakes. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JULY 31, 2011
The big gamble – Lesley Stahl reports on the proliferation of gambling to 38 states and its main attraction, the slot machine, newer versions of which some scientists believe may addict their players. Scott Pelley reports. Draggan Mihailovich and Nathalie Sommer are the producers. Scott Pelley reports. Tanya Simon and Catherine Herrick are the producers. Produced by Ira Rosen and Joel Bach. Watch it now
Counterfeit Drugs – 60 MINUTES’ nine-month investigation of counterfeit prescription drugs reveals how the dangerous and sometimes deadly fakes get into the nation’s drug pipeline. Clem Taylor is the producer. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011
The Soldiers’ Secretary – Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in his first interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden. Watch it now
Taylor Swift – She writes and sings all her own songs, sells millions of records and she’s just 21 years old. But as Steve Kroft reports, they are very much alive when it comes to earning money for their estates. 20, 2011
Scott Brown: Against All Odds – The Massachusetts senator describes his traumatic childhood, including revelations of sexual and physical abuse. Watch it now
Mark Wahlberg – From street thug, to rapper to actor and now producer, Mark Wahlberg has reinvented himself to the top of the Hollywood heap. Watch it now
SUNDAY, APRIL 3, 2011
The Next Housing Shock – As more and more Americans face mortgage foreclosure, banks’ crucial ownership documents for the properties are often unclear and are sometimes even bogus – a condition that’s causing lawsuits and hampering an already weak housing market. Watch it now
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The Great Migration – Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration, and looks at the threats to this natural spectacle comprised of over a million animals. Watch it now
Lady Gaga – With her outrageous costumes and mega hit dance songs, Lady Gaga has become the world’s most talked about entertainer. Karen Sughrue is the producer. troops will need to be there longer than most Americans thought. Frank Devine is the producer. Jobs also tells his story in his own words, as Isaacson recorded some of the over 40 interviews he conducted with him. Watch it now
Taser – The non-lethal device has saved many lives and prevented serious injury to suspects and police say its law enforcement advocates, but a new study says some authorities use it too quickly, causing unnecessary pain and sometimes death. Watch it now
Spy on the ice – Bob Simon reports on the latest “spy-cam” techniques used by wildlife filmmakers to show animals – in this case, polar bears – up-close and in a way audiences have never seen them before. for a price. Tanya Simon is the producer. Watch it now
The Perfect Score – In his first interview about his criminal fraud, Sam Eshaghoff tells how he was able to take the SAT and ACT college admissions exams for others who paid him up to $2,500 per test. Watch it now
The Commissioner – He presides over the most successful entertainment business in America, the wildly popular NFL. Harry Radliffe is the producer.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 2012
Stem Cell Fraud – Stem cells still have not proven to be the panacea many claimed they could be, yet the Internet is alive with stem cells for sale to treat incurable illnesses. Rosenberg and Tanya Simon are the producers. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Watch it now
SUNDAY, May 29, 2011
“60 Minutes Presents: Honoring Our Soldiers,” A Memorial Day Weekend Special
Andy Rooney – A tribute segment by Morley Safer to beloved “60 Minutes” commentator Andy Rooney, who died November 4th at the age of 92. Scott Pelley reports on an annual encampment in San Diego where veterans can find hope, help and services. Michael Gavshon is the producer. attempt to indict him on criminal charges and the torrent of criticism aimed at him for publishing classified documents. Bob Simon reports. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Byron Pitts reports. Watch it now
The Archbishop – In a wide-ranging interview with Morley Safer, New York’s Archbishop Timothy M. Henry Schuster is the producer. For Mark Herzlich, who was diagnosed with bone cancer while he was a football star at Boston College, living meant playing football in the NFL. Scott Pelley reports. Clem Taylor is the producer. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 2011
Hard Times Generation – For some children, socializing and learning in school are being cruelly complicated by homelessness, as Scott Pelley reports from Florida, where school buses now stop at budget motels for children who’ve lost their homes. Max McClellan is the producer.
A Relentless Enemy – Lara Logan’s report takes viewers to the border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan, where the unit she was covering came under heavy and regular enemy fire from fighters the U.S. Watch it now
Revolution – Despite ousting the dictator whose regime repressed and tortured citizens for decades, Egyptians are now facing the same treatment from the country’s military that they endured under President Hosni Mubarak. Byron Pitts reports. 23, for CBS Sports coverage of the American Football Conference Championship game between the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Henry Schuster is the producer. Andy Court, Kevin Livelli and Maria Usman are the producers. Glenn Silber and Graham Messick are the producers. Now, Leon Panetta takes on another great challenge as U.S. David Schneider and Joyce Gesundheit are the producers. Max McClellan and Reuben Heyman-Kantor are the producers. Watch it now
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Albert Pujols – His big bat has made the St. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now
Jerry Jones – A disappointed Cowboys owner – GM Jerry Jones says even his friend, the late George Steinbrenner, would fire him for the poor performance of his Dallas football team that many predicted would go to the Super Bowl. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. But as Lesley Stahl reports, “Howie” – a farmer – is no chip off the old block. David Browning is the producer. Ira Rosen and Joel Bach are the producers. Lesley Stahl reports. Watch it now
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2011
The new tax havens – American companies are finding new overseas tax havens to legally protect some of their profits from the U.S. Max McClellan is the producer. Henry Schuster, Nicole Young and Jenny Dubin are the producers. Steve Kroft reports. Cameras capture the monastic life, including chanting, prayers, rituals, and the priceless relics and icons from the Byzantine Empire stored on “The Holy Mountain,” Mt. Watch it now
The “Sharkman” – Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with great white sharks and the South African who’s spent more time up close with the ocean’s most feared predator than anyone else. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 2012
Groupon – In his first major interview since taking the multibillion dollar Internet company public late last year, the founder and CEO of online daily deals site Groupon talks about the company Forbes called the fastest growing in the world. Andy Court is the producer. Byron Pitts reports. Anderson Cooper reports. Watch it now
The Library – No one is allowed to borrow a book from the Vatican Library – except the pope. Howard L. ET/PT) – In agriculture, children as young as 12 are allowed to work unlimited hours outside of school. Leslie Cockburn is the producer. Robert Anderson, Daniel Ruetenik and Nicole Young are the producers. David Browning and Diane Beasley are the producers. Bob Simon reports. Katie Couric reports. Lara Logan reports. Watch it now
SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 2011
The Spark – Bob Simon reports from Tunisia, where protests against the repressive government not only toppled its autocratic ruler, but sparked the uprising in Egypt that forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign. Watch it now
The FBI and The Grim Reaper (7 p.m. tax rate of 35 percent – among the highest in the world. Byron Pitts reports. ET/PT) – A former teammate of perhaps the world’s greatest cyclist, Lance Armstrong, says he used banned performance-enhancing substances with Armstrong to cheat in pro races, including the Tour de France, the sport’s ultimate event. Watch it now
The life and death of Vincent van Gogh – His paintings are among the most well-known in the world, just like the story of his life and death: Vincent van Gogh was a troubled genius who killed himself. Watch it now
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2011
Christine Lagarde – Thrust into the breach during one of the worst economic crises in decades, Christine Lagarde, the new head of the International Monetary Fund, has become one of the world’s most powerful women. Shari Finkelstein and Meghan Frank are the producers. Watch it now
Endless Memory – Lesley Stahl reports on the recently discovered phenomenon of “superior autobiographical memory,” the ability to recall nearly every day of one’s life. 13, 2011
New Age Revolution – Harry Smith reports on the latest events from Egypt, including an in-depth interview with Wael Ghonim. Postal Service team led by Armstrong used banned substances, including EPO and testosterone, to gain an advantage in races that Armstrong won. Watch it now
All-American – Beating the odds in a fight against a deadly cancer for most people would mean staying alive. Graham Messick and Ashley Velie are the producers. 16, 2011
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2011
WikiLeaks – Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. Morley Safer and “60 Minutes” cameras get to see the best of the best. Robert Anderson, Daniel Ruetenik and Nicole Young are the producers. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2011
Hard Times Generation – For some children, socializing and learning in school are being cruelly complicated by homelessness, as Scott Pelley reports from Florida, where school buses now stop at budget motels for children who’ve lost their homes. Now the disrespectful duo also have the biggest hit on Broadway, the musical comedy “The Book Of Mormon.” Graham Messick is the producer. Scott Pelley reports. ET/PT) – Tom Drake, a former National Security Agency senior executive indicted last year for espionage after leaking to the media allegations that the nation’s largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse will appear in his first television interview. Beckett Brennan says the University of the Pacific’s board bungled her case, spurring her to come forward to say she was sexually assaulted by three of the school’s athletes. tax rate of 35 percent, among the highest in the world. David Schneider is the producer. He reveals how he was able to influence politicians and why, despite reform, such influence buying continues. Watch it now
A Living For The Dead – Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis are dead and so is Michael Jackson. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 2011
Japan – Scott Pelley reports on the American team working to avert nuclear disaster in Japan after the tsunami crippled a power plant. v. ET/PT) – A former FBI agent says he considered his star Mafia informant – a hit man nicknamed “The Grim Reaper” – a friend and did not investigate when this informant let him know he had killed a rival mobster. Tom Anderson is the producer. ET/PT) – The former street activist has tempered his style, become friends of the president and broadened his civil rights activism to include causes like immigration and same-sex marriage. Called sovereign citizens, some have become violent and the FBI considers them a domestic terror threat. Watch it now
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2011
After the wave – The relationship between the Japanese town of Otsuchi and its “sister city” Ft. Steve Kroft reports. Ira Rosen is the producer. Produced by Michael Gavshon. Michael Gavshon and Drew Magratten are the producers.Watch it now
SUNDAY, JULY 3, 2011
The Murder of Louis Allen – Steve Kroft’s 18-month investigation into a 47-yr.old murder in a Mississippi town sheds light on an unsolved civil rights killing near the top of the FBI’s list. 23, 2011
60 MINUTES will be pre-empted this Sunday, Jan. Steve Kroft gets inside Roger Goodell and his $10 billion business model that continues to practically mint money. “60 MINUTES PRESENTS: Gotti” will be broadcast on Sunday, Feb. Robert Anderson and Daniel Ruetenik are the producers. Watch it now
In Search of Jaguars – “60 Minutes” went in search of the most elusive of all of nature’s big cats, the jaguar, and captured amazing footage of them in the Brazilian jungle. Sanjay Gupta reports. just days before the 1906 earthquake. Bob Simon reports. television. Scott Pelley reports. Watch it now
Resurrecting the extinct -Scientists believe they can sustain endangered species – maybe even one day resurrect some that have died out – using DNA technology. But along with the billionaire’s name that most projects he funds must take, his advice and oftentimes his control are usually part of the deal. Michael Radutzky and Tanya Simon are the producers. Katherine Davis is the producer. But now the authors of a biography say their exhaustive investigation strongly indicates he may not have taken his own life. Graham Messick and Michael Karzis are the producers. Secretary of Defense, with massive responsibilities, including keeping Iran from producing a nuclear bomb. 2, 2011
Bad Medicine – Drug company whistle-blower Cheryl Eckard tells Scott Pelley about her experience trying to fix problems at a pharmaceutical factory that made her a key figure in a federal lawsuit and a multimillionaire. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.
The King’s Speech – “60 Minutes” talks to its starring actor, Colin Firth, and reports on the historic find in an attic that helped make the “The King’s Speech” an Oscar favorite. Watch it now
Gospel for Teens – Lesley Stahl spends a year following the inspirational leader of a gospel music program for teenagers in Harlem and her students as they learn to sing this original American art form and build the confidence and character it inspires. Watch it now
The Spark – Bob Simon reports from Tunisia, where protests against the repressive government not only toppled its autocratic ruler, but sparked the uprising in Egypt that forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign. John Allen, the man in charge of the war, tells Scott Pelley that some U.S. But as Anderson Cooper reports, reefs like these are already dying and could disappear someday if mankind isn’t more careful. talks to Steve Kroft in his first extended television interview about growing up with the infamous father whom he strove to please by living a life of crime, but whom he eventually betrayed by leaving that life. Bob Simon reports. Watch part one, part two and part three
SUNDAY, MAY 1, 2011
The King’s Speech – 60 MINUTES talks to its starring actor, Colin Firth, and reports on the historic find in an attic that helped make the “The King’s Speech” an Oscar favorite. Scott Pelley reports. ET/PT
Lance Armstrong (7 p.m. Bob Simon goes to Central Africa to listen to the language of the forest elephants first hand. ET/PT
Al Sharpton (8 p.m. Watch it now
The Co-Founder – Lesley Stahl speaks to Microsoft co-founder and billionaire Paul Allen in his first interview about his upcoming book in which he criticizes his Microsoft co-founder, Bill Gates. rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. David Browning is the producer. Watch it now
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Mitch Landrieu – The New Orleans mayor talks to Byron Pitts about the city he loves and his efforts to heal wounds it still suffers from corruption and Hurricane Katrina. Rosenberg and Tanya Simon are the producers. Watch it now
The Many Meryls -Two-time Oscar-winner and Grande Dame of American film and stage Meryl Streep sat down with Morley Safer for a rare interview to discuss acting, her career and her latest leading role – as British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Robert Anderson and Nicole Young are the producers. Ruth Streeter is the producer. Max McClellan is the producer. Tom Anderson is the producer. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011
President Obama – President Obama gives his first and only interview since the killing of Osama bin Laden to “60 Minutes.” The president will reveal to Steve Kroft for the first time his thoughts as he watched and listened from the Situation Room of the White House as the commando-style raid on bin Laden’s compound unfolded. Watch it now
The Library – No one is allowed to borrow from the Vatican Library, except the pope. Watch it now
Qatar -The tiny and prosperous Middle Eastern country with no income taxes and free health care is an island of calm in a sea of unrest as neighbors like Syria, Egypt and Bahrain experience social upheaval. Watch it now
SUNDAY, MAY 22, 2011, 7 and 8 p.m. Morley Safer tags along as Marsalis and his musicians make the scene in London and then go to Havana for a spicy Afro-Cuban musical treat. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT. Watch it now
The Billionaire – Eli Broad sets the standard for philanthropy. Watch it now
Angelina – Bob Simon profiles international film star Angelina Jolie, who has gone behind the camera to direct a film for the first time. Watch it now
Michael Bubl» – He fills concert halls and has sold 35 million albums by covering classic American songs made famous by crooners like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Watch it now
One Child At A Time – Wars can literally shatter children’s lives and Elissa Montanti is on a mission to make some of them whole again through a network of volunteers. Morley Safer reports. Lesley Stahl reports. 30, 2011
Wikileaks – Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, speaks to Steve Kroft about the U.S. Watch it now
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2011
President Obama – Steve Kroft questions the president on a wide range of critical topics, including his performance in office, the U.S. And no wonder: the archive holds some of the oldest and most precious works of art and treasure known to man. Watch it now
Alone on the Wall – “60 Minutes” cameras capture a feat never documented before: viewers will see Alex Honnold scale a 1,600-foot rock wall using nothing more than his hands and feet. Watch it now
The Case of Beckett Brennan – The government recently sent out guidelines on how college judicial review boards should handle the rising incidence of campus sexual assault. Watch it now
The N-Word – A Southern publisher’s sanitized edition of “Huckleberry Finn” that replaces the N-word with “slave” over 200 times is the focal point for a debate on the use of the controversial word in American society. Watch it now
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Stand Down – Some veterans returning from Iraq or Afghanistan into the recession are finding themselves homeless. Lesley Stahl reports. Shachar Bar-On is the producer. DRAKE – Tom Drake, a former National Security Agency senior executive, was indicted last year for espionage after leaking allegations to the media that the nation’s largest intelligence organization had committed fraud, waste and abuse. Watch it now
The $125,000 Question – Katie Couric reports on an experimental New York City charter school founded on the idea of hiring the best teachers by paying them $125,000, while denying them tenure. Among the revelations: Jobs refused early and potentially life-saving surgery on the cancer that eventually killed him a few weeks ago. Watch it now
Market Street – Morley Safer reports on a mystery that was solved about a 100-year-old film that we now know was made on San Francisco’s Market St