On CBS’ 60 Minutes, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced a plan to deliver packages within 30 minutes by unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones. Amazon’s “Prime Air’ service could be used for packages which weigh less than five pounds, and can only be sent to destinations that are within 10 miles of an Amazon distribution center. Bezos said he hopes the service could be ready in four years. “I know this looks like science fiction,” Bezos said. “It’s not.” So, how realistic is this idea?
60 Minutes apology….warranted?
Families of Newtown victims sat down with Scott Pelley and discuss the need for gun control legislation. It is a very moving interview. You can watch it here and join the discussion about the interview […]
In seeking to define President Obama as a foreign policy failure, sympathetic to Muslim protesters, Mitt Romney ignored the fact that Americans were killed and under threat overseas.
An interesting and eye-opening report from ’60 Minutes’ last night. This will make you rethink your entire diet. Watch the story here.
Andy Rooney so dreaded the day he had to end his signature “60 Minutes” commentaries about life’s large and small absurdities that he kept going until he was 92 years old.
NFL super agent Drew Rosenhaus is profiled on the CBS news show 60 Minutes.
Tyler Hamilton sat down with Scott Pelley and discussed Lance Armstrong and doping. Is this the smoking gun? See for yourself.
Lance Armstrong reacts to the 60 minutes piece that is set to air on Sunday. Read the Daily Beast article.
Cyclist Tyler Hamilton sits down with 60 Minutes and talks about seeing Lance Armstrong take performance enhancing drugs. Read the story and watch the clip here.
Katie Couric interviews outgoing Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. Great interview, very interesting story. Read the story and watch the interview here.
Regular listeners know we’re big fans of “60 Minutes” here at The Show. And it should be another riveting episode coming up on Sunday as Lara Logan sits down to recount the events surrounding her horrible attack as she reported from Egypt. We’ve got a link to a preview.
Greg Mortenson runs a huge non-profit organization focusing on central Asia. 60 Minutes got wind of complaints about the way money’s allocated in his organization, and that some of the inspirational stories in his best-selling book “Three Cups of Tea” might not be true. Here’s the story from Steve Kroft.
CBS news program 60 Minutes had a troubling report on the national real estate market on Sunday.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown gave a revealing interview last night on CBS’s 60 minutes. We’ve got a link to the video.