60 Minutes investigates first ISIS-claimed attack in U.S. and what the FBI knew; New generation of drones set to revolutionize warfare; Man returns to childhood home against the odds.
Are U.S. jobs vulnerable to workers with H-1B visas?; then, popular Remington 700 rifle linked to potentially deadly defect; and, horse racing that's not for the fainthearted.
60 Minutes revisits the painful story of school children murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut; then, 60 Minutes investigates medical gear sold during Ebola crisis; and, architect...
Does torture get good intel? Ex-Gitmo detainee says, "No"; then, a Picasso mystery examined by 60 Minutes.
Ex-Governor Bob McDonnell on SCOTUS overturning his conviction; then, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's sons tell Anderson Cooper how it felt to be the children of the infamous spies.
Should the U.S. government pay ransom money? Lesley Stahl reports. Then, restoring eyesight with a simple, inexpensive surgery; and, how Chinese artist Ai Weiwei became an enemy-of-the-state.
Can Alzheimer's be prevented? A family may hold the key. "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston on unexpectedly making it big.
How an American became the leader of an ISIS cell; then, disturbing footage of circus animal abuse leads to widespread reform; and, hear music created by inmates and guards in a Malawi prison.
Artificial intelligence positioned to be a game-changer; and, is Japan's Babe Ruth headed to the Majors?
Fighting for life in Syria's vicious civil war; then, Steve Kroft reports on how cash-starved countries offer citizenship for a price; and, chess instills new dreams in kids from rural Mississippi co...
North Korean defector believes he can help topple regime by speaking out; then, what is "brain hacking"? Tech insiders on why you should care; and, Bruno Mars on his artistry: "I'm working hard for t...
Putin critic says he's one of the lucky ones: "I'm still here;" then, Chobani's billionaire founder on creating jobs in America; and, saving Africa's endangered mountain gorilla.