60 Minutes Season 3
S03 E01Sep 15, 1970
Episode 1 Sep 15, 1970
S03 E02Jun 12, 2005
The Closer; Beatrice's Goat; Bob Dylan Jun 12, 2005 Canadian lottery scams just seem to get more bold and even vicious. Find out who is behind them and how to spot them. Also, a poor African girl and her family are given a goat that changes their lives. And Bob Dylan is interviewed.
S03 E03Jun 19, 2005
Grand Theft Auto; Top 10 Percent; Amazon Treasure Jun 19, 2005 Popular video games are increasingly violent. Are they the cause of violence among teens, including murder? Should high performing high schoolers be automatically given spots in prestigious colleges? Also, a new species of monkey discovered!
S03 E04Jul 1, 2005
Child Prodigies - 60 Minutes SPECIAL Jul 1, 2005 Unbelievable feats by kids you typically see in any playground; even more unbelievable and highly gifted contributions from children who are considered challenged. How are these individuals discovered, nurtured and enjoyed?
S03 E05Jul 10, 2005
Handouts for the Homeland; Submission; Highway In The Sky Jul 10, 2005 We allot more than $10 BILLION for homeland security, so, want to know where it's actually going? You might not! Film maker is victim of a Muslim ordered hit! Have you ordered your personal flying machine yet?
S03 E06Jul 17, 2005
In Harm's Way; The Big Gun; Staying At Home Jul 17, 2005 Steve Kroft reports on the shortcomings of our own government in providing proper equipment, including armored vehicles, for our troops overseas.
S03 E07Jul 24, 2005
Rendition; Born In The USA; Dustin Hoffman Jul 24, 2005 Why would the CIA hand over terrorist suspects to countries known for their torture techniques? Black babies are increasingly be adopted by parents in other countries and Dustin Hoffman gives a pleasant, very open interview.
S03 E08Jul 31, 2005
President Putin; Jane Fonda (My Life So Far) Jul 31, 2005 Mike Wallace with a revealing look at the Russian leader and Jane Fonda discusses her life so far, including her infamous Hanoi visit during the Viet Nam war.
S03 E09Aug 14, 2005
The Governor; An Expensive Lesson; Hilary Swank Aug 14, 2005 From actor to governor. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks with Morley Safer about foreign born citizens running for president. Also, are those career colleges all they promise to be? Hilary Swank is also featured.
S03 E10Nov 21, 2005
Illegal and Thriving; New Orleans is Sinking; U2 Nov 21, 2005 Internet gambling is highly illegal in the U.S., yet without U.S. gamblers it wouldn't thrive like it is. New Orleans' flooding has just brought attention to the geographical problem that's been there all along and isn't going away soon. The group "U2" is profiled and interviewed.
S03 E11Nov 28, 2005
Plan B; Living Large; James Blake Nov 28, 2005 Plan B is an emergency contraceptive and an FDA official is upset about it not getting approval. Living Large examines the super-sizing of American homes, despite the typical family consisting of less members than ever. James Blake is interviewed
S03 E12Dec 5, 2005
December 4, 2005 Chasing The Flu; MS-13; Howard Stern Dec 5, 2005 60 Minutes takes an extensive, comprehensive look at the bird flu threat, it's history and the possibilities. MS-13, the gang that spans continents. Howard Stern, candid interview, no holds barred!
S03 E13Dec 12, 2005
December 11, 2005 Dying To Get In; Rendition; Swimming with Sharks Dec 12, 2005 How far is too far to go in order to secure our borders? Ed Bradley examines some of the measures being taken at the Mexican border. Does our CIA support torture by handing people over to countries known for how they do it? Tour operators put people in shark cages; how responsible are they for the tourists safety? Bob Simon reports.
S03 E14Dec 19, 2005
December 18, 2005 The Bridge to Gretna; Rendition; Morgan Freeman Dec 19, 2005 Hurricane Katrina victims, shot at by police while trying to leave! Also, is our gov’t sending people to countries known for torture interrogations and trying to keep it quiet? Morgan Freeman gets candid with Mike Wallace
S03 E15Dec 26, 2005
December 25, 2005 Three Stories of Survival Dec 26, 2005 Three stories for Christmas, all of survival. How are the Sea Gypsies of the Andaman Sea doing? Remember them? They knew the tsunami was coming and moved to higher ground, with just about no one else heeding their generations of knowledge of the sea. Plus, visit Beirut, the ‘Paris of the Middle East’. Is it once again becoming the place it used to be? Finally, Mike Wallace and Tina Turner.