The oldest and most-watched newsmagazine on television gets the real story on America's most prevalent issues. CBS News correspondents contribute segments to each hourlong episode. Topics range from hard news coverage to politics, lifestyle, pop culture, business, health, and science. The correspondents and contributors include Sharyn Alfonsi, Anderson Cooper, Steve Kroft, Lara Logan, Norah O'Donnell, Scott Pelley, Charlie Rose, Lesley Stahl, Jon Wertheim, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Whitaker.
Three former U.S. soldiers dispute a report that blames human error for an incident that killed six on a secret mission in Afghanistan; a South African rancher proposes raising rhinos like cattle and harvesting their horns to save them from poachers.
The continuing siege in Kabul, Afghanistan; chef José Andrés, who marshaled the food and staff to feed thousands of Puerto Ricans affected by hurricanes; professional basketball player Giannis Antetokounmpo.
The intelligence center that tracks Kim Jong-un's missile launches; the Trump campaign digital director whose strategic use of Facebook political ads may have been a critical factor in Donald Trump's victory; a photographer who calls himself JR.
The DEA's efforts to crack down on the opiate epidemic; actor Donald Sutherland.
Critics of Google claim it stifles competition; a former Theranos employee speaks out about the company's deceptions and their endangerment of unsuspecting patients; restaurant workers' claims of sexual harassment at "The Spotted Pig."
This newsmagazine investigates intriguing crime and justice cases that touch on all aspects of the human experience. Over its long run, the show has helped exonerate wrongly convicted people, driven the reopening -- and resolution -- of cold cases, and changed numerous lives. CBS News correspondents offer an in-depth look into each story, with the emphasis on solving the mystery at its heart. The program and its team have earned critical acclaim, including 20 Emmys and three Peabody Awards.
Longtime CBS Sunday night staple "60 Minutes" has become synonymous with investigative journalism since its 1968 debut and has spawned genre-specific variations on a number of cable networks, most of which feature repackaged versions of previously aired "60 Minutes" reports. This monthly, sports-focused version on CBS corporate sibling Showtime bucks the repackaging trend by featuring original reporting from veteran journalists, including lead correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi, longtime sports journalist Armen Keteyian and "60 Minutes" correspondents Anderson Cooper, Lara Logan and Scott Pelley. In addition to original segments, which range in content from investigative reports to interviews and profiles of sports figures, episodes feature updated classic sports stories from the "60 Minutes" archive.