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60 Minutes Feb 14
Just 14 Days left to enter your nomination for the Morley Safer Award, named after our late colleague and friend whose unique brand of journalism lives on in this award sponsored by the Safer family and the University of Texas.
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60 Minutes Feb 14
"We're the mass shooting generation." It's been one year since a gunman killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Student survivors spoke with Sharyn Alfonsi a month after the tragedy.
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60 Minutes Feb 14
“I was speaking to the man who had just … won the election for the presidency and who might have done so with the aid of the government of Russia." Former FBI acting director Andrew McCabe, Sunday on 60 Minutes.
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60 Minutes Feb 13
The Chibok girls gained international attention after 276 students were kidnapped from school by Boko Haram almost 5 years ago. Lesley Stahl recently got a rare glimpse of life for a few of the victims who were set free.
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60 Minutes Feb 12
Lindsey Vonn—the winningest female ski racer in history—retired on Sunday. In 2017, the alpine legend spoke to Sharyn Alfonsi about her goals, her place in history and the injuries that would ultimately end her career.
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60 Minutes Feb 12
On Tuesday, jurors found Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán guilty on all 10 counts in his drug trafficking and murder trial in federal court in New York City. Bill Whitaker has reported on the elusive Mexican drug lord since his 2014 capture.
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60 Minutes Feb 10
What is flow? In 2002, Jay-Z—a 21-time winner at the —gave Bob Simon a crash course.
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60 Minutes Feb 10
"Why would you stop? I mean, you play the music, and grown men cry and women dance. And that's why you do it." —In 2007, 20-time Grammy winner Bruce Springsteen told 60 Minutes why he keeps playing after all these years.
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60 Minutes Feb 9
60 Minutes is pre-empted for Sunday's , so we put together some highlights from interviews with past winners, including five-time 2019 nominee Lady Gaga.
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60 Minutes Feb 8
What is flow? In 2002, Grammy winner Jay-Z gave Bob Simon a crash course.
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60 Minutes Feb 8
"Why would you stop? I mean, you play the music, and grown men cry and women dance. And that's why you do it." —In 2007, 20-time Grammy winner Bruce Springsteen told Scott Pelley why he keeps playing after all these years.
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60 Minutes Feb 7
Mark Zuckerberg in 2008: "Politicians can communicate with tens of thousands of people at the same time, it's pretty effective for them in campaigning." 60 Minutes looks back at Facebook when it was still in infancy.
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60 Minutes Feb 7
The Beatles made their historic appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show 55 years ago this week, and the woman who did their makeup then — Riccie Johnson — is still powdering the greats for CBS.
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60 Minutes Feb 6
Bill Owens has been named Executive Producer of 60 Minutes, the 3rd in the broadcast’s 50-year history. Susan Zirinsky, the incoming President of CBS News, made the announcement saying, “We are fortunate to be able to put such a talented veteran in charge of this iconic program.”
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60 Minutes Feb 1
"I was always the one that no one ever picked." It's hard to think of Tom Brady as an underdog heading into his ninth Super Bowl, but in 2005, the Patriots quarterback told Steve Kroft things hadn't come easy.
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60 Minutes Feb 1
"Poor build, very skinny and narrow, will get pushed down more easily than you'd like." Before the 2000 NFL Draft, the scouting report on Tom Brady wasn't very promising. On Sunday, the Patriots quarterback will vie for his sixth Super Bowl.
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60 Minutes Jan 31
In 2005, Tom Brady tested his arm with Steve Kroft. Almost 15 years later, he's prepping for his ninth Super Bowl start.
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60 Minutes Jan 31
“This can’t be what it’s all cracked up to be.” In a 2005 interview with 60 Minutes, Tom Brady wondered whether there was more to life than three Super Bowl wins.
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60 Minutes Jan 30
In 2005, Steve Kroft asked Tom Brady which of his three SB rings was his favorite. His answer? "The next one." Sunday, the Patriots QB could win a new favorite—his sixth.
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CBS This Morning Jan 29
. on an independent 2020 run: "I think I can beat the system"
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