60 Minutes (@60Minutes)

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2009-01-09 19:48:27

Tomorrow, Scott Pelley sits down with Chris Krebs, the former head of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, about the election’s security and his termination. https://cbsn.ws/3fO5EBN

James Corden was virtually unknown in the U.S. when he moved here six years ago. Now, he’s the host of The Late Late Show, which routinely racks up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube. Bill Whitaker talks with the host, actor, and singer, tomorrow. https://cbsn.ws/3ohdHdF

In 2018, a sunken ship was found at the bottom of an Alabama river. It was the long-lost wreck of the Clotilda — the last ship known to have brought captured Africans to America. Inside the ship’s voyage and the legacy of its enslaved passengers, tomorrow. https://cbsn.ws/2Va3W47

There’s no evidence that voting machines were manipulated by foreign actors says Chris Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, in his first interview since President Trump fired him. 

Sunday, on 60 Minutes.

There’s no evidence that voting machines were manipulated by foreign actors says Chris Krebs, the former director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, in his first interview since President Trump fired him. Sunday, on 60 Minutes. https://cbsn.ws/2V9QM7h

The former top cybersecurity official responsible for securing the presidential election, who was fired by President Trump, is speaking to @60minutes.

@ScottPelley sat down with Christopher Krebs in his first interview since he was forced out last week.

The former top cybersecurity official responsible for securing the presidential election, who was fired by President Trump, is speaking to  @60 Minutes.  @Scott Pelley sat down with Christopher Krebs in his first interview since he was forced out last week.

See the interview with the man President Trump ousted after he said the election was secure, Sunday night on 60 Minutes.

See the interview with the man President Trump ousted after he said the election was secure, Sunday night on 60 Minutes. https://cbsn.ws/3fFIJIK

Over Thanksgiving weekend 2011, Morley Safer reported on the multibillion dollar flavor industry, whose scientists create natural and artificial flavorings that keep you coming back for more. 

More 60 Minutes Thanksgiving-themed segments here:

Over Thanksgiving weekend 2011, Morley Safer reported on the multibillion dollar flavor industry, whose scientists create natural and artificial flavorings that keep you coming back for more. More 60 Minutes Thanksgiving-themed segments here: https://cbsn.ws/2V6XBqo

“Thanksgiving’s a good all American holiday, but it isn’t the most exciting holiday,” said Andy Rooney in this 1991 turkey carving demonstration. 

Take a look back at how 60 Minutes has marked Thanksgiving over the years here:

“Thanksgiving’s a good all American holiday, but it isn’t the most exciting holiday,” said Andy Rooney in this 1991 turkey carving demonstration. Take a look back at how 60 Minutes has marked Thanksgiving over the years here: https://cbsn.ws/378InXr

In a 2004 Thanksgiving-themed essay, 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Hartman took viewers on a journey as he tried to hunt for Turkey for the first time. 

Take a look back at how 60 Minutes has marked Thanksgiving over the years:

In a 2004 Thanksgiving-themed essay, 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Hartman took viewers on a journey as he tried to hunt for Turkey for the first time. Take a look back at how 60 Minutes has marked Thanksgiving over the years: https://cbsn.ws/373HDmc

The discovery of the wreck of the Clotilda, the last known ship to bring enslaved people to America, adds new depth and drama to a 160-year-old story about the only American town founded by Africans still in existence. @andersoncooper reports, Sunday.

The discovery of the wreck of the Clotilda, the last known ship to bring enslaved people to America, adds new depth and drama to a 160-year-old story about the only American town founded by Africans still in existence.  @Anderson Cooper reports, Sunday. https://cbsn.ws/39tA3ED

Chris Krebs, the former director of the US Cyber Agency CISA, speaks to Scott Pelley in his first interview since being fired by President Trump. Krebs was removed from his position after he affirmed the security of the 2020 election. Sunday on 60 Minutes.

Chris Krebs, the former director of the US Cyber Agency CISA, speaks to Scott Pelley in his first interview since being fired by President Trump. Krebs was removed from his position after he affirmed the security of the 2020 election. Sunday on 60 Minutes.

Three participants in a landmark study of men and women over the age of 90 reflect on growing up between two World Wars and during the Great Depression. https://cbsn.ws/3m1qX5h

When a federal order limiting evictions expires at the end of the year, millions of Americans face the risk of losing their homes. Experts say it could have a ripple effect on kids trying to learn. https://cbsn.ws/3nVFfVo

James Corden says segments like 'Carpool Karaoke' or 'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts' on The Late Late Show are more than just comedy, they reveal the human side of celebrity guests. 

Sunday, Bill Whitaker talks with the British comedian and actor.

James Corden says segments like 'Carpool Karaoke' or 'Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts' on The Late Late Show are more than just comedy, they reveal the human side of celebrity guests. Sunday, Bill Whitaker talks with the British comedian and actor. https://cbsn.ws/33ap2nl

Six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants. https://cbsn.ws/3q02TC3

As school started this fall during the pandemic, some of the largest school districts saw an unprecedented decrease in student enrollment. Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how districts mobilized to get kids in school this fall. https://cbsn.ws/371jTzq

Doctors are still searching for answers to why a portion of people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 are still suffering symptoms months later.  @Anderson Cooper reports. https://cbsn.ws/2J8rVhL

“I'm full of pep when I wake up. And since I'm a very optimistic person, I know it's going to be a really good day,” says 99-year-old Holocaust survivor Helen Weil. Neurologist Claudia Kawas says a positive outlook could be associated with longevity.

“I'm full of pep when I wake up. And since I'm a very optimistic person, I know it's going to be a really good day,” says 99-year-old Holocaust survivor Helen Weil. Neurologist Claudia Kawas says a positive outlook could be associated with longevity. https://cbsn.ws/3lWHojm

Sid Shero, 99, Lou Tirado, 100, and Helen Weil, 99 — three participants in a landmark study of men and women over the age of 90 — reflect on growing up between two World Wars and during the Great Depression.

Sid Shero, 99, Lou Tirado, 100, and Helen Weil, 99 — three participants in a landmark study of men and women over the age of 90 — reflect on growing up between two World Wars and during the Great Depression. https://cbsn.ws/3pThpeX

Millions of Americans face the risk of losing their homes when a federal order limiting evictions expires at the end of the year. That could have a ripple effect on kids trying to learn.

Millions of Americans face the risk of losing their homes when a federal order limiting evictions expires at the end of the year. That could have a ripple effect on kids trying to learn. https://cbsn.ws/3pVEHRi

“When families gather on Thursday, there will likely be fewer places at the table.” Lesley Stahl with parting words about this week's holiday.

“When families gather on Thursday, there will likely be fewer places at the table.” Lesley Stahl with parting words about this week's holiday. https://cbsn.ws/3pPIIqt

Previously, when doctors found signs of Alzheimer’s disease in a patient’s brain, they assumed dementia was inevitable. But now, there’s a possibility that certain people might have protection against dementia, what scientists are calling “resilience.”

Previously, when doctors found signs of Alzheimer’s disease in a patient’s brain, they assumed dementia was inevitable. But now, there’s a possibility that certain people might have protection against dementia, what scientists are calling “resilience.” https://cbsn.ws/35UMG9f

In a study of adults over 90 years old, scientists found that one participant had a number of dementia-causing pathologies in his brain. But he lived to age 100 with clear thinking and memory in spite of it.

In a study of adults over 90 years old, scientists found that one participant had a number of dementia-causing pathologies in his brain. But he lived to age 100 with clear thinking and memory in spite of it. https://cbsn.ws/35StmcI

There are a number of dementia-causing brain conditions other than Alzheimer’s disease that doctors can’t identify while a patient is alive. It’s likely that many people in their 90’s who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may actually have something else.

There are a number of dementia-causing brain conditions other than Alzheimer’s disease that doctors can’t identify while a patient is alive. It’s likely that many people in their 90’s who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may actually have something else. https://cbsn.ws/2KyzGxZ

After one 90+ study participant who suffered from memory problems died, the research team expected to find pathologies associated with Alzheimer’s in his brain. Instead, they found TDP-43 – a newly identified cause of dementia in people over 90.

After one 90+ study participant who suffered from memory problems died, the research team expected to find pathologies associated with Alzheimer’s in his brain. Instead, they found TDP-43 – a newly identified cause of dementia in people over 90. https://cbsn.ws/2KyzNcT

Neurologist Claudia Kawas says most people — probably even most doctors — would assume 102-year-old Ruthy Stahl’s memory problems stem from Alzheimer’s disease. But scientists are finding out more and more about the complexities of what causes dementia.

Neurologist Claudia Kawas says most people — probably even most doctors — would assume 102-year-old Ruthy Stahl’s memory problems stem from Alzheimer’s disease. But scientists are finding out more and more about the complexities of what causes dementia. https://cbsn.ws/3kSWLIg

In 2014, 60 Minutes reported on participants in a study of adults over the age of 90. Six years later, we found several of the participants thriving.

In 2014, 60 Minutes reported on participants in a study of adults over the age of 90. Six years later, we found several of the participants thriving. https://cbsn.ws/35Sc2EU

“Half of all children born today in the United States and Europe is going to reach their 103rd or 104th birthday,” says neurologist Claudia Kawas, the lead investigator of UC Irvine’s research study on adults over the age of 90.

“Half of all children born today in the United States and Europe is going to reach their 103rd or 104th birthday,” says neurologist Claudia Kawas, the lead investigator of UC Irvine’s research study on adults over the age of 90. https://cbsn.ws/2HokPou

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