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60 Minutes - CBSNews.com
60 Minutes - CBSNews.com
Preview: Bryan Cranston
"Old, journeyman actor" Bryan Cranston talks about the good, the bad and the painful times on the road to "Breaking Bad." Steve Kroft profiles Cranston on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 8 p.m. PT.
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What did Nat Turner's death sentence say?
Nate Parker, the director and star of "The Birth of a Nation," reads Anderson Cooper the original execution order.
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Nate Parker's own past and the writing of "The Birth of a Nation"
The director addresses rape scenes in film.
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What it's like to survive a hostage situation
Hostage survivor Mary Quin explains to 60 Minutes' Bill Whitaker how surviving her hostage situation changed her.
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Preview: The King
The king of Jordan expresses frustration over Syrian refugees overwhelming his country, calling the situation "dire." Scott Pelley interviews King Abdullah II on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. PT.
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Preview: The Picasso Portfolio
When 271 never-before-seen Picassos appeared in 2010 the art world was stunned. Were they really a gift or was the artwork stolen? Bill Whitaker reports on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
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Celebrating the life of Morley Safer
Friends, family and colleagues gathered to celebrate the life of longtime 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer, who passed away earlier this year at the age of 84. The memorial was held on Sept. 15 at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City.
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Rising in the East
China's film industry has grown so big so fast, that it is now looking to compete with Hollywood. Holly Williams reports.
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Preview: The Libertarian Ticket
Steve Kroft interviews Gary Johnson and his running mate, Bill Weld, the Libertarian candidates taking on the two-party system with many ideas outside the political mainstream. Kroft reports on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
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Preview: The New Cold War
60 Minutes takes viewers inside the U.S. nuclear arsenal for a rare look at the military practicing the unthinkable. David Martin reports on Sunday, Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT.
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Earthquake Alley
Bill Whitaker reports on the high incidence of earthquakes in Oklahoma, where oil and gas production is injecting vast amounts of wastewater into the earth.
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Gold Star Parents
They're called "Gold Star Parents" and, once a year, they come together to remember the military heroes who are their children and to share an intimate truth: life is lost, but love does not end. Scott Pelly reports.
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Preview: The 9/11 Museum
Lesley Stahl reports on the difficult decisions that surrounded the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before the space opened in 2014
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Hacking Your Phone
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how cellphones and mobile phone networks are vulnerable to hacking.
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30 Years on Death Row
In an incredible miscarriage of justice, a prosecutor admits his cowardice and indifference led to the wrongful murder conviction of a man sentenced to death.
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The Collider
It's already helped scientists find what some call the "God Particle." What else will the Large Hadron Collider reveal as it begins work at nearly double the power?
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Switching Teams
Lesley Stahl profiles Harvard swimmer Schuyler Bailar, who may be the first openly transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport
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The Slave Ship
Scott Pelley reports on the Smithsonian and the Slave Wrecks Project's journey to recover the first artifacts known to be preserved from a slave.
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The Sarcophagus
In 1994, Steve Kroft reported on Chernobyl's forbidden radioactive zone, going inside just eight years after the nuclear reactor's meltdown.
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The Hidden Holocaust
A priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR. Lara Logan reports.
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Not Paid
Audits of leading life insurance companies have uncovered a systematic, industry-wide practice of not paying significant numbers of beneficiaries. Lesley Stahl reports.
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