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Sunday, meet a ten-pound bird described by eagle hunter Lauren McGough as “a modern day Velociraptor.” Scott Pelley goes to Mongolia to report on the ancient art of hunting with birds of prey.
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60 Minutes Oct 19
On this week's 60 Minutes, Scott Pelley reports from Mongolia on hunters who partner with eagles. For the story, producers wanted viewers to feel like they were flying alongside the birds of prey. Find out how they did it:
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60 Minutes Oct 19
Steve Kroft reports on how a new tool that uses a mixture of DNA analysis and family genealogy has been helping law enforcement crack cold cases.
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60 Minutes Oct 18
New York City's subway has a new chief. How is he going to fix its problems with overcrowding, breakdowns and delays? Bill Whitaker reports on MTA transit president Andy Byford's $40 billion modernization plan.
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60 Minutes Oct 17
How did a woman from Oklahoma City end up in Mongolia learning to hunt with eagles? “Ah well, I read a book on falconry. And it’s like the fire was lit.” Lauren McGough gives 60 Minutes a front row seat to an ancient art.
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60 Minutes Oct 16
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died Monday of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. In 2011, Lesley Stahl interviewed the Seahawks owner and tech pioneer about the early days of his industry and his strained relationship with Bill Gates.
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60 Minutes Oct 15
What's it like to interview President Trump? "He was trying to filibuster me. But I have never interviewed a politician, ever, that didn't try to filibuster me." Lesley Stahl talks about sparring with the president.
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60 Minutes Oct 15
President Trump on his treatment of Justice Kavanaugh accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during a speech in Mississippi: “Had I not made that speech, we would not have won.”
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60 Minutes Oct 15
President Trump: The Fed is to blame for recent stock market dip. "I'm very disappointed" in Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, he says, adding interest rates are going up because the Fed thinks "the economy is too good."
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60 Minutes Oct 15
President Trump on the political world: “It’s vicious. It’s full of lies, deceit and deception.” See highlights from the president's 60 Minutes interview:
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60 Minutes Oct 15
“Let it be whatever it needs to be to get the job done,” President Trump says of his relationship with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and the impact it has had on security. “No more threats.”
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Lesley Stahl has interviewed President Trump three times for 60 Minutes. This time, he was “so much more confident. He is truly president…I felt it in this interview.” Watch Lesley discuss her most recent interview with the president:
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60 Minutes Oct 14
"Man, he didn't want to answer that," Lesley Stahl says of President Trump's response to her question about pledging not to fire Robert Mueller. "But you know something? He enjoyed the sparring." For more from the president's 60 Minutes interview, visit
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad have been awarded the for their "efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict." Dr. Mukwege appeared on 60 Minutes in 2008 and Ms. Murad was featured in 2014.
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60 Minutes Oct 14
"Mark, you've got a girlfriend." While working on this week's 60 Minutes, Bill Whitaker and cameraman Mark LaGanga competed for the affection of one of photographer Joel Sartore's models. Trixie the orangutan made her choice and sealed it with a kiss.
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Why is National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore trying to photograph every single species of animal in captivity? Because he wants to save them. Bill Whitaker reports on the Photo Ark.
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Joel Sartore spent his first 16 years in the field for , shooting numerous covers. The idea for Photo Ark came after his wife’s cancer diagnosis. “It was a desperate last-ditch effort to use my life for something that’s worthwhile, something that could save nature.”
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60 Minutes Oct 14
The Palawan spitting cobra can blind you if it spits in your eye, so Sartore wore goggles to photograph. But he got awfully close to that cobra.
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Sometimes Joel Sartore’s job is a delight, like when he photographed the world’s sweetest orangutan at the Avilon Zoo outside Manila. Sartore treated Trixie like he does all animals, as if she were a model.
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60 Minutes Oct 14
Joel Sartore believes half the species alive today will be extinct by the end of this century. For his Photo Ark project, Sartore photographs animals around the world in an effort to bring awareness to conservation efforts. Sometimes, his job gets dangerous.
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