60 Minutes

Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with more than 80 Emmys under its belt. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to Barack Obama.

Sunday, October 15, 2017 (10/2017)

The Drug Enforcement Administration's plan to crack down on the opioid epidemic was thwarted - as the number of drug related deaths continue to rise. In a joint investigation with The Washington Post -- 60 Minutes finds out why. Plus -- a story of redemption. How a former bank robber became a law professor.

Sunday, October 8, 2017 (10/2017)

One week after the Las Vegas shooting -- the responding officers who stormed Stephen Paddock's hotel room -- share details of what they found. We learn how Facebook ads played a role in President Trump's election. Plus -- a look at the career of Danny Meyer - who founded a little restaurant called Shake Shack. Those stories on tonight's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, October 1, 2017 (10/2017)

Rep. Steve Scalise appears on '60 Minutes' in 1st interview since June shooting; Spectacuar revelaions courtesy of Hubble; Pulisic could be first true U.S. world soccer superstar.

Sunday, September 24, 2017 (9/2017)

Arizona Senator John McCain made news a few months back -- but it was not for his stance on the republican healthcare bill. He was diagnosed with a deadly form of brain cancer. He talks to Lesley Stahl about his fight and getting back to the Senate floor. Mother Nature ravaged the southern U.S with three strong hurricanes. Houston, Florida, and Puerto Rico are still recovering. Scott Pelley reports. Oprah Winfrey makes her debut as a special contributor -- where she gathers a panel to discuss the political views that are dividing the nation. Those stories on tonight's 50th season premiere of "60 Minutes."

Sunday, September 17, 2017 (9/2017)

The faces of the heroin epidemic are not just from the inner-cities. The national epidemic has spanned into the suburbs. Bill Whitaker reports. In a rare interview - best-selling author John le Carre tells Steve Kroft that he becomes depressed after finishing a book. This - as he publishes his 24th novel. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."

Sunday, September 10, 2017 (9/2017)

President Trump's former chief strategist, Steve Bannon joins Charlie Rose for his first extended interview since leaving the White House. Plus - the Arctic is becoming more accessible due to climate change -- as the battle over oil and mineral resources heats up. Lesley Stahl has the story.

Sunday, September 3, 2017 (9/2017)

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey -- "60 Minutes" looks back on a piece first reported by Sharyn Alfonsi -- when she investigated why flood insurance claims were being denied after Hurricane Sandy.
First doping, now motorized bicycles. Bill Whitaker reports on another possible scandal for the world of pro cycling.
Plus -- Lesley Stahl takes a trip to Sesame Street - where she meets Julia -- a Muppet with autism.

Sunday, August 27, 2017 (8/2017)

Mike Bloomberg says most of his fortune will go to his foundation -- viewing personal philanthropy not as a threat to democracy, but a way to get things done. Steve Kroft reports. At one of the largest jails in the U.S., Sheriff Tom Dart sees his job as not just keeping people in jail, but helping some of them get out. Lesley Stahl has the story. Plus - Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Greg Glassman, a brash, former gymnast who created the CrossFit workout, now the basis for a chain of gyms that has become the largest in history.

Sunday, August 20, 2017 (8/2017)

A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack -- even when one of the terrorists is well-known to the FBI. Anderson Cooper reports. David Martin explains why autonomous drones are being called the biggest thing in military technology since the nuclear bomb. Plus -- Imagine you're 5 years old and 1,000 miles away from home -- not knowing your last name or your address. How do you find your way back? Bill Whitaker has the story.

Sunday, August 13, 2017 (8/2017)

Bill Whitaker explores how some businesses have fired American workers and replaced them with cheaper labor: temporary, foreign workers with H-1B visas. Thousands of gun owners claim Remington 700 rifles have fired without the trigger being pulled. Now, after a class-action settlement agreement and recall, why do most gun owners still have the controversial trigger? Lesley Stahl reports. Plus - Charlie Rose goes to horse country to report on the centuries-old tradition of "timber racing," an exhilarating and dangerous sport characterized by steep jumps.