"Bad Medicine" looks at the case of Cheryl Eckard a drug company whistle-blower who attempted to fix problems in her pharmaceutical factory. "Wynton" profiles the famous jazz musician. "Andy Rooney" talks about his dislike of New Years Eve and his preference to stay at home.
"The Big Gamble" examines how new high tech slot machines are exacerbating gambling addiction. "Silver or Lead" looks at how Mexican drug cartels are destroying families with threats and murder. "A Living for the Dead" examines the business of marketing dead celebrities. "Andy Rooney" talks about mistakes.
"Descent Into Madness" profiles Jared Loughner the man who attempted to assassinate Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford. "Yemen" looks at the strife and instability that inflicts the Middle Eastern country. "The Gambler" profiles Billy Walters one of the most successful gamblers in Las Vegas.
"The Man Behind WikiLeaks" interviews Julian Assange the controversial founder of WikiLeaks about his legal troubles with the United States. "In Search of the Jaguar" goes to the Brazilian jungle in an attempt to examine the elusive jaguar.
"New Age Revolution" interviews Google executive Wael Ghonim about the uprising in Egypt. "The 33" looks at the case of the Chilean coal miners who were trapped underground for 69 days. "Lady Gaga" profiles the famous pop musician. "Andy Rooney" talks about meeting King George VI.
"Scott Brown: Against All Odds" profiles Republican Senator Scott Brown who unexpectedly won the seat of Ted Kennedy. "The Spark"looks at the Tunisia uprising that started with the death of a fruit stand vendor. "The King's Speech" looks at the Oscar nominated film.
"21st Century Snake Oil" examines online con man Lawrence Stowe who claims he can use stem cells to cure many major ailments. "Stealing America's Secrets" offers an investigative report into claims that China is stealing American secrets.
"Hard Times Generation" examines homeless families in Orlando that are forced to live in motels. "Hitchens" interviews controversial writer Christopher Hitchens who is receiving treatment for cancer. "Spy on the Ice" examines how robotic cameras are used in a polar bear documentary. "Andy Rooney" discusses his dislike of e-books.
"Curve Ball" interviews the Iraqi defector who convince the Bush White House that there were WMDs in Iraq. "Counterfeit Drugs" examines a criminal network responsible for suppling counterfeit prescription drugs to unsuspecting consumers. "The $125,000 Question" examines the TEP Charter School in New York .
"Catastrophe" looks at the disaster at Fukishima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan. "The N-Word" examines how some editors are selectively editing offensive terms out of historical books. "The Archbishop" interviews New York's new archbishop Timothy Dolan.
"The New Tax Havens" examines how corporations are avoiding taxes by moving out of the country. "One Child at a Time" profiles Elissa Montanti who is helping orphans of the Iraq War. "The Sage of St. Anthony" profiles high school basketball coach Bob Hurley. "Andy Rooney" discusses bad beverages.
"The Next Housing Shock" investigates how certain banks are evicting people from their homes using papers with forged signatures. "Gospel for Teens" profiles a woman who is leading a gospel music program for underprivileged children in Harlem.
"The Murder of Louis Allen" investigates the murder of a civil rights activist in Mississippi almost 50 years ago. "The Library" offers an inside look at the famous library of the Vatican. "Albert Pujols" profiles the famous baseball player.
"Greg Mortenson" investigates the claims that famous author was kidnapped by the Taliban. "The Case of Beckett Brennan" investigates a recent sexual assault case at the University of the Pacific. "The Co-Founder" profiles Paul Allen one of the founders of Microsoft.
"Mount Athos" goes to Greece to look at monks who live in some of the most ancient and secluded monasteries in the world. "The Billionaire" profiles Eli Broad a seventy-seven year old billionaire, art dealer, and well-respected philanthropist.
"Lara Logan" is interviewed for the first time about her assault in Egypt. "Mitch Landrieu" profiles the Mayor of New Orleans and his efforts to undo the damage of Hurricane Katrina. "Zenyatta" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous race horse. "Andy Rooney" talks about rising costs on airlines.
60 Minutes interviews the President Obama about the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden and offers a behind-the-scenes look at the difficult decision making process that faced the president. "Andy Rooney" compares the death of bin Laden to his memory of the death of Hitler.
"The Soldiers' Secretary" profiles Secretary of Defense Robert Gates who discusses the killing of Osama Bin Laden. "Afghanistan's Top Spy" profiles the head of Intelligence in Afghanistan. "Sovereign Citizens" examines a group of Americans who reject the authority of the United States government.
"Armstrong" examines the allegations that world famous cyclist Lance Armstrong is using performance enhancing drugs. "The FBI and the Grim Reaper" looks at FBI agent Lin Vecchio who help put away several notorious Mafia leaders, but also faces murder charges due to his association with an informant.
"U.S. v. Drake" looks at former NSA executive Thomas Drake who claims 9/11 could have been stopped though he now faces espionage charges. "Children in the Fields" examines how some farmers are forced to work with their families in the fields. "Al Sharpton" profiles the famous activist. "Andy Rooney" memorializes producer Joe Wershba.
"Medal of Honor" offers an extended profile of army staff sergeant Salvatore Giunta who won the Medal of Honor for his service in Afghanistan. "A Relentless Enemy" rebroadcasts a visit to the U.S. military in the border area between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
"The Speed Traders" rebroadcasts a segment on the Wall Street practice of computerized high-frequency trading. "City of David" rebroadcasts a segment on a controversial archaeological dig in Jerusalem. "Lady Gaga" rebroadcasts an interview with the singer.
"Designing Life" rebroadcasts a profile on J. Craig Venter who is working to create artificial life. "The N-Word" rebroadcasts a segment on how editors are altering offensive terms in classic works of literature. "The King's Speech" rebroadcasts a segment on the Oscar nominated film.
"The Spark" rebroadcasts a segment on the Tunisia uprising that began with the death of a fruit stand vendor. "Endless Memory" rebroadcasts a profile on people with Superior Autobiographical Memory. "Andy Rooney" talks about comic strips and what is funny.
"Hard Times Generation" rebroadcasts a segment on homeless families in Orlando who are forced to live in motels. "Wynton" rebroadcasts a profile on the famous jazz musician Wynton Marsalis and his band.
"The Murder of Louis Allen" rebroadcast an investigation into the death of a civil rights worker. "One Child at a Time" rebroadcasts a profile of Elissa Montanti who is helping orphans of the Iraq War. "The Library" rebroadcasts a segment on the famous library of the Vatican.
"Shaleionaires" rebroadcasts a segment on people making millions of dollars on oil shale. "Stand Down" rebroadcasts a look at a psychologist who is attempting to assist homeless veterans. "Market Street" rebroadcasts a segment on a movie made shortly before the 1906 San Francisco. "Andy Rooney" talks about famous singers.
"Silver or Lead" rebroadcasts a segment on the escalation of violence in the drug war. "The Gambler" rebroadcasts a profile of Billy Walters one of the most successful gamblers in Las Vegas. "In Search of the Jaguar" rebroadcasts a segment on the elusive Brazilian jaguar.
"Resurrecting Eden" rebroadcasts a look at the rebirth of the Iraqi marshlands. "Mitch Landrieu" rebroadcasts a profiles the Mayor of New Orleans. "The Sharkman" rebroadcasts a profile of a researcher who is investigating shark intelligence. "Andy Rooney" talks about gadgets.
"The Big Gamble" rebroadcasts a segment on new high tech slot machines and gambling addiction. "Brazil" rebroadcasts a profile of the thriving economy of the South American country. "Mark Wahlberg" rebroadcasts a profile about the early life of you actor.
"The Next Housing Shock" rebroadcasts an investigation into shady foreclosure practices that are being used to force people out of their homes. "The Co-Founder" rebroadcasts a profile of Paul Allen one of the founders of Microsoft. "Eminem" rebroadcasts an interview with the famous rap musician.
"The New Tax Havens" rebroadcasts an investigation into how corporations are avoiding taxes by moving out of the country. "Top Gear" rebroadcasts a behind-the-scenes look at the hit British television show. "Albert Pujols" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous basketball player.
"U.S. v. Drake" rebroadcasts a look at the case of former NSA executive Thomas Drake who is accused of espionage. "The 33" rebroadcasts a segment on the Chilean coal miners who were trapped underground for 69 days. "The Archbishop" rebroadcasts a profile of New York's archbishop Timothy Dolan.
"Greg Mortenson" rebroadcasts an investigation into the claims that the famous author was kidnapped by the Taliban. "Gospel for Teens" rebroadcasts a profile of a woman who is leading a gospel music program for underprivileged children in Harlem.
"The Man Behind WikiLeaks" rebroadcasts an interview with Julian Assange the controversial founder of WikiLeaks and examines his legal troubles with the United States. "Resurrecting the Extinct" rebroadcasts a profile of a scientist working on resurrecting extinct animals. "Andy Rooney" talks about how some people collect the property of famous people.
"The Interrogator" offers a profile of FBI agent Ali Soufan who was responsible for questioning members of Al Qaeda after the 9/11 attack. "Remembering 9/11" interviews Ground Zero responders who talk about their haunting experiences on the tenth anniversary of the attacks.
"Never Seen the Like" profiles recent medal of honor recipient Dakota Meyer. "Spy on the Ice" rebroadcasts a segment on how robotic cameras are used in a polar bear documentary. "Jerry Jones" rebroadcasts a profile on the general manager of the Dallas Cowboys.
"The Counter-Terrorism Bureau" takes a behind-the-scenes look at the counter-terrorism unit of the New York City Police Department. "The Murder of an American Nazi" looks at the recent murder of a neo-Nazi leader and the growing movement he was a part of. "Parker & Stone" interviews the creators of South Park.
"After the Wave" looks at special relationship developed between the sister cities of Otsuchi, Japan, and Ft. Bragg, California, in the wake of last year's tsunami. "Alone on the Wall" follows a 26 year-old climber as he scales a 1,600 foot rock wall using only his hands and feet. "Andy Rooney" interviews the famous commentator on the eve of his last appearance on the show.
"The Jobs Czar" interviews the chairman of General Electric about job creation in the United States. "Revolution" visits Egypt where protesters have thrown out dictator Hosni Mubarak but no find themselves having problems with military rule. "The Player" profiles famous sports agent Drew Rosenhaus.
"Running the War" talks to General John Allen about progress in the war in Afghanistan. "The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh" examines the life and death of the famous painter and interviews biographers who claim that he may not have taken his own life.
"Steve Jobs" interviews biographer Walter Isaacson about the visionary CEO and founder of Apple Computers. "Apps for Autism" looks at how simple computer programs are being used to assist in the education of children with autism.
"Madoffs" interviews the ex-wife and son of Bernie Madoff and offers an inside look into the family of the man who scammed investors out of billions of dollars. "All American" profiles former Boston College football player and bone cancer survivor Mark Herzlich.
"A Lobbyist's Playbook" interviews former lobbyist and ex-con Jack Abramoff about how he was able to influence politicians. "Operation Proper Exit" looks at a program that helps soldiers get closure by bring them back to the battlefield. "Andy Rooney" repeats a segment broadcast last month in memory of the former commentator who passed away earlier in the week.
"Insiders" investigates how lawmakers can legally buy stock based on non-public insider information. "Taser" examines the non-lethal devices that have become standard law enforcement tools and looks at charges that police are using them more often than necessary. "Freeman Hrabowski" looks at the University of Maryland president who has turned his school into a science and engineering powerhouse.
"Prosecuting Wall Street" looks at the causes of the sub-prime mortgage crisis and interview two whistle-blowers who tried to warn their companies about them. "Michael Bublé" interviews the popular singer.
"President Obama" features Steve Kroft interviewing the president about the financial crisis, the federal budget, the Republican presidential candidates, and his family. "Howard Buffett" looks at Warren Buffett's chosen successor at Berkshire Hathaway.
"There Goes the Neighborhood" examines how recession-fueled foreclosures are ruining the values of the occupied homes near them by causing high vacancy rates in neighborhoods. "The Gardens of the Queen" dives to a coral reef of the coast of Cuba that is threatened by environmental damage. "The Many Meryls" interviews the actress about her role as Margaret Thatcher.