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Life After Death Row - Scott Pelley hears the story of three people who were exonerated after spending years in prison.
Top of the World - Sharyn Alfonsi reports one of the most significant efforts to study climate change.
The Children's Village - Bill Whitaker meets the two legal guardians of nearly 100 children in Tanzania.
Heroin in the Heartland - The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban. What was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic.
Christopher Wheeldon - Tony Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon brings ballet to Broadway.
Bonobos - They are our primate cousins, as genetically similar to humans as chimpanzees. But bonobos are female-dominated and do not kill each other -- preferring to make love not war.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton; Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.); the people behind the Make -A-Wish Foundation; bonobo orphanage in Congo.
The King - King Abdullah II of Jordan tells Scott Pelley Syrian refugees are overwhelming his kingdom, making such an impact on its institutions and economy that the country is now in "dire straits." The king speaks to Pelley about the refugee crisis, radical Islam, the Syrian civil war and ISIS.
The New Cold War - The threat of all-out nuclear war may still be remote, but the risk of a nuclear attack somewhere in the world has actually increased.
The Picasso Portfolio - When an elderly couple from a small village in France produced a portfolio of 271 never-before-seen Picasso pieces estimated to be worth as much as $100 million, it was cause for shock and awe in the art world and more than a little consternation from the artist's heirs.
The Artic Frontier - Lesley Stahl goes to the top of the world where the next battle over oil and mineral resources is shaping up as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change.
Don't Mess with Mary Quin - After narrowly surviving being held hostage, former-Xerox exec Mary Quin tells 60 Minutes how she brought a radical British cleric to justice for his role in the kidnapping.
Nate Parker - Hollywood filmmaker Nate Parker will not apologize for the rape case he became embroiled in at college 17 years ago because, he tells Anderson Cooper, he was falsely accused and then vindicated in court. He also says it would be unfortunate if people stayed away from his new historical epic based on Nat Turner's slave rebellion because of the incident. Parker's film, "The Birth of a Nation," had generated a huge amount of Oscar buzz until an uproar grew over the incident and it became widely known the woman who accused him killed herself in 2012.
Breaking Good: After decades in Hollywood, actor Bryan Cranston didn't find fame until his fifties -- thanks to the hit show Breaking Bad. Now, he tells Steve Kroft he's seizing the moment.
Artificial Intelligence:It might not be long before machines begin thinking for themselves -- creatively, independently, and sometimes with better judgment than a human.
Gorilla Doctors: When the first Gorilla Doctor began helping mountain gorillas, the species was almost extinct. Today, they're the only population of great apes that's growing.
Finding Refuge - Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson says "thorough" refugee vetting process has been augmented with social media searches.
The Brothers Rosenberg - The sons of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg tell Anderson Cooper what it was like to be the children of infamous Communist spies during the McCarthy era, in a story that sheds new light on one of the most dramatic espionage cases of the Cold War -- the execution of a husband and wife, leaving their two little boys orphans.
Ask Ohio - Candidates who win this state have won the presidency in every election since 1964, but with Election Day around the corner, Scott Pelley finds a state divided.
Thrown for a Loss - Jeff Rubin says he wishes he never set foot in Alabama. That's where a risky investment he made went bust, losing several NFL players a total of $43 million. The disgraced financial adviser gives his first interview to 60 Minutes about a debacle that became the largest financial loss ever for NFL players at the hands of one investment adviser. Armen Keteyian speaks to Rubin and some of the NFL players caught up in his bad deal on 60 Minutes.
The Influncers - Imagine shooting goofy videos with your friends, posting them online and getting paid six figures. That's exactly what many twenty-somethings with large social media following are doing. They're called social media influencers, and they've become a new force in advertising. Bill Whitaker reports on this new advertising phenomenon on the next edition of 60 Minutes.