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509 - 06/09/2024: Iran’s Assassins, Red and Green, Pink
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  • 509 - 06/09/2024: Iran’s Assassins, Red and Green, Pink

    While Iran’s backing of Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon is widely known, the regime is quietly carrying out a shadow war in the U.S. and Europe, deploying proxy assassins to silence or eliminate critics of the regime. Britain’s head of counter-terrorism policing, Matt Jukes, tells correspondent Lesley Stahl they’re noticing a significant uptick in Iran’s efforts. In the U.S., Stahl meets some of the targets, including former White House National Security Adviser John Bolton and Iranian American activist Masih Alinejad. Correspondent Bill Whitaker reports from the conservative state of Wyoming and meets with its surprisingly climate-crusading Republican governor, Mark Gordon. Currently in his second term, Gordon has set a goal to make Wyoming not just carbon-neutral but carbon-negative in CO2 emissions. It’s an audacious idea, since Wyoming is the nation’s largest coal-producer by far. Despite heat from climate change deniers in his own party, Gordon tells Whitaker he’s sticking to his goal, and to his “all of the above” approach to energy. Cecilia Vega profiles international punk rock, pop princess, Alecia Moore - also known as Pink - as she hits 25 years of her successful music-making career. Vega meets Pink at her home in California, stops backstage on her tour and traces her somewhat troubled journey to superstardom. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 10 Jun 2024 - 41min
  • 508 - 06/02/2024: Fake Electors, Prisoner of Iran, Rich Paul

    In the aftermath of President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election, Republicans in seven states where he won, including Wisconsin, banded together and cast fake electoral votes for Donald Trump. Correspondent Anderson Cooper reports on Wisconsin's fake presidential electors and interviews Andrew Hitt, an attorney and former GOP state chair, who claims he and his fellow fake electors were tricked into signing the documents. Special Counsel Jack Smith alleges the fake votes were part of a plan, orchestrated by Donald Trump and conspirators, to try to overturn the election. Margaret Brennan conducts the first interview with one of the five American prisoners freed from Iran. With 200 hostages reportedly being held in Gaza, and 13 Americans unaccounted for, Emad Shargi’s harrowing story is a stark illustration of the difficulties and perils involved in bringing citizens home. In a broadcast exclusive, Bill Whitaker profiles mega sports agent Rich Paul. The founder and CEO of Klutch Sports Group represents NBA sensations like LeBron James and Draymond Green and negotiated almost $900 million in deals this past summer alone. Whitaker traces Paul's unlikely journey from the east side of Cleveland to his glittering life today and scores an invite to the Klutch All-Star Game party, one of the hottest tickets in the NBA. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 03 Jun 2024 - 41min
  • 507 - 05/26/2024: Operation Lone Star & The Isle of Man

    After President Biden and former President Trump’s visits to the Texas-Mexico border, correspondent Cecilia Vega reports from Eagle Pass, Texas, where she interviewed Governor Greg Abbott. The governor’s controversial border enforcement effort, known as Operation Lone Star, has led to a showdown with the federal government. Bill Whitaker reports from the Isle of Man on the longest-running and most dangerous motorcycle race on earth: The Isle of Man TT. Once the seat of a Viking Kingdom, the 30 mile-long island sits in the middle of the Irish Sea, with England to the east and Ireland to the west. Whitaker examines the distinct Manx identity and the role a collision of cultures played in shaping such a wild and improbable race.  See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 27 May 2024 - 41min
  • 506 - 05/19/2024: Pope Francis, Cuban Spycraft, The Album

    Norah O'Donnell meets Pope Francis for a rare and historic interview at his home, the Santa Marta guest house in Vatican City, a week before the Catholic Church hosts its inaugural World Children's Day. The 87-year-old, Argentinian-born pope - the first named Francis and first from the Americas - is known for his dedication to the poor and marginalized, and for being the most unconventional head of the Church in recent memory. He spoke candidly with O’Donnell about the wars in Israel and Gaza, Ukraine, and the migration crises around the world and on the U.S. southern border. The wide-ranging conversation also touches upon the Church's handling of its own sexual abuse scandals; Francis' deep commitment to inclusiveness within the Church; the backlash against his papacy from certain corners of U.S. Catholicism; and an exploration of his thinking on surrogate parenthood. For decades, prolific Cuban spies working in the U.S. government, serving in high profile positions with top security clearances, have evaded American intelligence officials. Correspondent Cecilia Vega reports from Washington, D.C. and Miami on the stories of two such undercover agents, former U.S. Ambassador Victor Manuel Rocha and onetime Pentagon official Ana Montes. Cuba continues to supply one of the most dangerous exports to American adversaries around the world: American secrets. When a photo album depicting Nazis socializing at dinner parties and picnics arrived at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2007, historians weren’t sure what to make of it. After an extensive investigation, it turned out to be a rare personal scrapbook of a high-ranking Nazi officer who helped run the daily operations of Auschwitz, the concentration camp where more than a million people, mostly Jews, were murdered. Correspondent Anderson Cooper tells the story behind the album and why acclaimed theater director Moises Kaufman decided to turn it into a new Off Broadway play called HERE THERE ARE BLUEBERRIES. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 20 May 2024 - 42min
  • 505 - 05/12/2024: A Week in Israel and A Web of Intrigue

    Reporting from Israel, correspondent Lesley Stahl delivers the latest on the consequential three-fronts where the country is currently engaged, that have heightened security threats internationally since the Oct. 7 terror attacks: Gaza in the south, Hezbollah in the north and Iran in the east. As Spain fights for the extradition of a former U.S. Marine for his attempt to aid North Korean embassy workers in defecting in Madrid, correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi interviews the man at the center, Christopher Ahn, in Southern California. Ahn details his 2019 mission with Cheollima Civil Defense to free the North Koreans and the legal hurdles he’s now facing at home and abroad as the FBI warns his life is in danger. This is a double-length segment. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

    Mon, 13 May 2024 - 42min
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