[LESS INFO] 121 VIEWS | ADDED 00:24:08 10/14/11
Thursday: The hardware failure that disabled Blackberry service served as a warning to a world that's become ever more dependent on always being connected; Also, Congress passes a landmark free trade agreement with South Korea, Colombia and Panama; And, terminally ill patients are up against drug companies dealing on the gray market and exploiting a short supply potentially life saving drugs.
[LESS INFO] 101 VIEWS | ADDED 00:29:53 10/13/11
Wednesday: Senior U.S. officials say the plan to assassinate the Saudi Ambassador was a sophisticated operation that could reach the highest level of the Iranian government; Also, the FBI arrests a Florida man for allegedly hacking the personal accounts of more than 50 people tied to the entertainment industry; And, Bill Whitaker reports on the incredible story of a boxer, who is fighting his first professional fight after spending 26 years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction.
[LESS INFO] 101 VIEWS | ADDED 23:47:30 10/11/11
Tuesday: U.S. Officials uncovered a plot to bomb the Saudi Ambassador to the United States allegedly launched by the Iranian military; Then, Researchers have found that high doses of Vitamin E are linked to an increased risk of getting prostate cancer; Also, thousands of unemployed Americans looking to China as the new land of opportunity to find jobs.
[LESS INFO] 118 VIEWS | ADDED 23:51:46 10/10/11
Monday: After four weeks of protesting the Occupy Wall Street movement has yet to stand behind a unifying message; Then, the FDA's approval of a drug sends it soaring; Also, Congress is considering cutting the funds that keep America's food banks and pantry programs running.
[LESS INFO] 97 VIEWS | ADDED 01:31:38 10/10/11
Sunday: The "Occupy Wall Street" movement spreads beyond lower Manhattan to at least 25 cities across the U.S.; Also, California medical marijuana outlets brace for a federal crackdown; Also, Samuel L. Jackson as Martin Luther King, Jr. on Broadway.
[LESS INFO] 71 VIEWS | ADDED 02:05:12 10/09/11
Saturday: Mitt Romney's religion is once again under fire, following Texas pastor Robert Jeffress' comment that Mormonism is a "cult"; Also, "Sesame Street" will introduce a brand new character who was created to shed light on hunger in America; And, Bill Whitaker reports on how Steve Jobs' most enduring legacy may well be in the classroom.
[LESS INFO] 108 VIEWS | ADDED 00:02:29 10/08/11
Friday: The most recent jobs report shows the economy created jobs, but not nearly enough, and the average length of unemployment hits an all time high; Also, a jury hears Dr. Conrad Murray's claim that Michael Jackson begged him for the drug that killed him; And, the covert CIA mission to get Osama bin Laden before the war in Afghanistan began.
[LESS INFO] 95 VIEWS | ADDED 23:54:27 10/06/11
Thursday: CBS News takes a look back at the remarkable life and career of Apple co-founder and chairman Steve Jobs, who died at the age of 56; Also, Herman Cain finds himself tied for the lead in the GOP presidential nomination race with Mitt Romney; And, Zappos, the online shoe retailer, is bucking the national trend and hiring thousands of workers for its busy holiday season.
[LESS INFO] 85 VIEWS | ADDED 01:31:46 10/06/11
Wednesday: Apple Chairman and co-founder Steve Jobs dies at the age of 56; Also, Sarah Palin announces she will not seek the 2012 GOP presidential nomination; And, it has been nearly 10 years since the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, which begs the question - why has it lasted so long? Scott Pelley turns to our troops for answers.
[LESS INFO] 92 VIEWS | ADDED 23:40:29 10/04/11
Tuesday: Announcing he won't run for president, Gov. Chris Christie took on skeptics who were raising questions about his record; Then, one person was killed and four others saved after a helicopter crashed into New York City's East River; Also, Apple's new iPhone4S answers your questions.
[LESS INFO] 82 VIEWS | ADDED 23:54:11 10/03/11
Monday: Gen. John Allen, the new U.S. commander in Afghanistan, outlines his strategy for the Afghan war; Then, Amanda Knox was found not guilty of killing her college roommate by an appeals court jury; Also, memos show Attorney General Eric Holder was sent briefings on the controversial Fast and Furious operation as far back as July of 2010.
[LESS INFO] 84 VIEWS | ADDED 01:32:42 10/03/11
Sunday: After months of repeated denials, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie is reportedly considering a GOP run; Also, Amanda Knox is set to make her appeal; Plus, Almost a third of a century after his death, John Wayne's possessions go to auction.
[LESS INFO] 72 VIEWS | ADDED 00:18:28 10/01/11
Friday: A CIA drone strike in Yemen kills al Qaeda's leader of external operations Anwar al-Awlaki; Also, the incredible story of a 67-year-old man found and rescued, six days after his car plunged off a California cliff; And, Steve Hartman recalls his encounters with long-time "60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney.
[LESS INFO] 96 VIEWS | ADDED 23:58:01 09/29/11
Thursday: Alabama's enacts a new immigration law, allowing police to question and detain suspected illegal immigrants, and hold them without bond; Also, most years in Vermont, fall foliage tourism is a $330 million industry. But in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, tourists are staying away; And, Scott Pelley speaks with JetBlue CEO David Barger and gets his thoughts on what's wrong with Washington and what needs to be done to create jobs and fix the economy.
[LESS INFO] 74 VIEWS | ADDED 23:39:40 09/28/11
Wednesday: Federal agents say they've stopped a U.S. citizen from Massachusetts who was planning drone attacks against key targets in Washington; Also, despite repeatedly saying that he is not running for president, Republicans continue to clamor for N.J. Gov. Chris Christie to enter the field; And, the FBI captures George Wright, a convicted killer and airline hijacker, who had been on the run for 41 years.
[LESS INFO] 96 VIEWS | ADDED 00:08:33 09/28/11
Tuesday: Housing prices see their fourth monthly increase in a row, but home values may never get back to where they were before the bubble burst; Also, Scott Pelley speaks with Robert L. Johnson, founder of BET and chairman of RLJ, to ask his take on America's growing debt problem; And, a look back on the 62-year career of Andy Rooney, who is ending his regularly scheduled commentary for "60 Minutes."