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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.
60 Minutes 5/2
On this week's "60 Minutes," Secretary of State Antony Blinken tells Norah O'Donnell that he will visit Ukraine next week. This comes as Russian President Vladimir Putin has pulled back in the last few days some of the more than 100,000 troops he's amassed at the Ukrainian border. The demand for microchips in the U.S. is growing, but fewer and fewer are being manufactured domestically. Lesley Stahl speaks with Pat Gelsinger, the new CEO of Intel, and Mark Liu, Chairman of TSMC, the Taiwanese company leading the world in advanced chip production. John Dickerson interviews author, John Lewis, about his book, "The Premonition," which follows doctors and scientists who saw the pandemic coming.
60 Minutes 4/25
Last week, former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all three counts for the death of George Floyd. Scott Pelley talks to Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison about the verdict. In an interview withLesley Stahl, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny talks about the poisoning attack he survived and why he thinks President Putin was behind it. Plus -- a return to live performances? Jon Wertheim talks to veteran Broadway actor, Nathan Lane about how he and his colleagues are getting a chance to perform live. These stories on this week's "60 Minutes."
60 Minutes 4/18
Although the Oath Keepers national head Stewart Rhodes "refused to talk" with "60 Minutes," Sharyn Alfonsi sits down with members of the largest chapter of the Oath Keepers, who sharply criticized its national leader for the breach of the Capitol on January 6. For decades, research has shown Black Americans are more prone to serious disease and death than Whites in America, leading the Centers for Disease Control to declare racism as a serious public health threat. Bill Whitaker reports. And Viola Davis opens up to Jon Wertheim about her new role as Ma Rainey, her relationship with August Wilson's material, a bold scene on ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder" and her life growing up.
60 Minutes 4/11
On this week's "60 Minutes," Fed Chair Jerome Powell tells Scott Pelley that the economy is set to make turnaround with growth and jobs. Bill Whitaker reports on some of the innovations being developed to try to prevent the next pandemic. And Jon Wetheim, as well as all of us, will hear music recorded by Prince in 2010, for the very first time.
60 Minutes 4/4
On this week's "60 Minutes," Sharyn Alfonsi investigates allegations that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made decisions about COVID vaccine distribution favoring wealthy or connected individuals. Holly Williams reports on the tale of teenage boys who survived on an island for 15 months. And Lesley Stahl profiles Darren Walker, a gay, African American man, and Founder of one of this country's largest and most storied philanthropies, the Ford Foundation.