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60 Minutes 6/13
On this week's "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley reports on how first responders and emergency rooms are changing their protocols regarding mass shootings. Anderson Cooper takes us inside The Clotilda, the wreck of the last ship known to have brought enslaved Africans to America. And Sharyn Alfonsi speaks with the gold medal-winning gymnast Simone Biles.
60 Minutes 6/6
On this week's "60 Minutes," a lack of transparency from Chinese officials and looming geopolitical consequences have damaged the credibility of a WHO-led inquiry into how the virus that causes COVID-19 originated. Lesley Stahl reports. How cybercriminals hold data hostage -- and why the best solution is often paying a ransom. Scott Pelley reports. And eighteen years after declining to take a hard stance in his first profile on 60 Minutes, Sir David Attenborough warns about the dangers of climate change.
60 Minutes 5/30
On this week's "60 Minutes," judges say it's time for more security in the face of mounting violence. Bill Whitaker reports. Six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants. And Jon Wertheim interviews pianist Igor Levit.
60 Minutes 5/23
Next week marks the 100th anniversary of the Greenwood Massacre, a two-day assault in 1921 on a thriving black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Scott Pelley reports. A number of states have introduced bills that would prevent doctors from treating transgender youth. Lesley Stahl reports. And Bill Whitaker reports on Earth's newest volcano, Geldingadalir. These stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 5/16
More police departments across the U.S. are using facial recognition technology, but there aren't well-established national guidelines on how it should be used. Anderson Cooper tells us more. Next month, a government report is expected to be made public on sightings of unidentified aerial phenomena, better known as UFOs. Bill Whitaker reports on the sightings. And Tennis legend Rafael Nadal tells Jon Wertheim that self-doubt is the key to his success. Those stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 5/9
On this week's "60 Minutes," Anderson Cooper goes inside the dramatic missions to Mars by the tiny helicopter Ingenuity and the rover Perseverance. He reports that NASA's dramatic landing on the Red Planet in February wasn't as smooth as it may have seemed to people watching at home. In a two-part report, Jon Wertheim story of the "Ritchie Boys," a group who used their knowledge of German language and culture to gather more than half the combat intelligence on the Western Front.