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475 - 09/17/2023: President Zelenskyy, Into the Streets, Prime Time in Colorado
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  • 475 - 09/17/2023: President Zelenskyy, Into the Streets, Prime Time in Colorado

    Ahead of his visit to the United States, Scott Pelley speaks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy at the Presidential Offices in Kyiv as Ukraine continues its counteroffensive and Russia's war wages on. In a wide-ranging interview, Pelley speaks with Zelenskyy about U.S. aid, drone strikes in Russia, and the possibility of territorial concessions. Lesley Stahl reports from Israel on Brothers and Sisters in Arms – a group of military reservists, including commando soldiers and pilots, who are at the forefront of the huge rallies in the country. They’ve been protesting for months over a far-reaching plan by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government to weaken Israel's Supreme Court. They say it’ll pave the way to autocracy. It’s already caused arguably the biggest domestic crisis in the nation’s history. Jon Wertheim heads to the field at the University of Colorado where new head football coach Deion Sanders, aka "Prime Time," is leading a college football shakeup. The controversial and legendary Pro Football Hall of Famer has overhauled the Colorado team roster and led them to victory in their 2023 home opener. Wertheim sits down with Sanders to talk about his path from transforming the football program at Jackson State University, an HBCU, to taking the top coaching job at University of Colorado and what's next for "Coach Prime." See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 18 Sep 2023 - 42min
  • 474 - 09/10/23: 9.11 THE FDNY

    While the nation remembers the terrorist attacks that killed thousands of Americans more than 20 years ago, New York City firefighters who survived after being sent to rescue victims at the World Trade Center will relive a life-changing experience that’s now a part of who they are. “It’s a day that will never leave you,” former Fire Department of New York Commissioner Dan Nigro tells Scott Pelley. Nigro and other firefighters who were at Ground Zero, many of whom fill the top ranks of the FDNY, recall the men, their sacrifices and the tragedy of losing 343 of their colleagues. This segment runs the full hour. Maria Gavrilovic is the producer. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 11 Sep 2023 - 42min
  • 473 - 09/03/2023: Hide and Seek, An American Down Under, Jeff Koons

    The U.S. government has moved to seize more than $1 billion in sanctioned Russian assets since the start of the war in Ukraine. Sharyn Alfonsi meets with the officials following an international trail that leads to the island of Cyprus. Mason Cox, the lone American in the Australian rules football league, is the subject of a profile by correspondent Jon Wertheim. Cox, who is nearly seven feet tall, is a native Texan who had never heard of football before moving to Australia to play for the legendary Collingwood Magpies. Famous for his giant sculptures, Jeff Koons holds the record for the highest price ever paid at auction for a work by a living artist. He shares his next big idea with Anderson Cooper. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 04 Sep 2023 - 41min
  • 472 - 08/27/2023: Cyber Con Artists, The Resurrection of Notre Dame, Sperm Whales

    Cyber con artists are using artificial intelligence, apps and social engineering to scam Americans out of $10 billion dollars a year. Sharyn Alfonsi reports. Four years after the Cathedral of Notre Dame was nearly destroyed by fire, Bill Whitaker returns to Paris to witness the resurrection of the medieval structure and powerful symbol of France. With brains six times larger than humans and most of their lives spent in the darkest depths of the ocean, sperm whales are largely misunderstood. Cecilia Vega searches the Caribbean Sea to find these massive mammals.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 28 Aug 2023 - 42min
  • 471 - 08/20/23: Who is Ray Epps?, The Domino Effect, Yannick Nézet-Séguin

    Ray Epps is notorious among consumers of right-wing media as the man who initiated the Jan. 6 attack to undermine President Trump. The United States is in the middle of a maternal health crisis – a woman in the U.S. is twice as likely to die from pregnancy today than her mother was a generation ago. Correspondent Jon Wertheim interviews conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin, music director of three major orchestras: in Philadelphia, in his hometown of Montreal and at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, which has tasked him with the bold revamping of its artistic mission.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 21 Aug 2023 - 42min
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