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Lesley Rene Stahl is an American television journalist.

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ICYMI: A look back at Sunday's 60 Minutes

This week on 60 Minutes: Lesley Stahl asks YouTube's CEO if the company's doing enough to curb hate speech, Anderson Cooper reports on Seattle's homeless crisis and Scott Pelley visits the mysterious..
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Is YouTube doing enough to fight hate speech and conspiracy theories?

YouTube’s mission is to give everyone a voice, but the site’s open platform has opened the door to hate. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki tells Lesley Stahl what the company’s doing about it
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How MRI scans are showing scientists the physical makeup of our thoughts

Ten years ago, "60 Minutes" met a team of scientists at Carnegie Mellon University who had begun to decode simple thoughts inside the brain. Now they've moved on to identifying complex thoughts from..
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The art of the 60 Minutes follow-up

This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent Lesley Stahl and producer Shari Finkelstein revisit a story they originally reported in 2009. It's one of several follow-ups they've done on the broadcast
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60 Minutes Rewind: Mind Reading, 2009

In 2009, Lesley Stahl reported on promising research that allows scientists to get a glimpse at human thoughts. Sunday, 60 Minutes will report on the research progress over the last ten years.
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Sesame Street and the IRC join forces to help Syrian refugee children

The International Rescue Committee and Sesame Workshop are teaming up on a major new effort to help young Syrian refugee children, including a new Sesame show in Arabic. Lesley Stahl reports.
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How Sesame Workshop's Muppets are teaching emotional coping tactics to children

60 Minutes Correspondent Lesley Stahl learns how to belly breathe from a new Muppet, Basma
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A new Sesame Street for Syrian refugee kids

The new show won't focus on numbers and letters as much as emotions like fear, anger, loneliness and caring. Lesley Stahl reports, Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. PT
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Lesley Stahl compares impeachment to Watergate hearings

60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl covered the Watergate scandal and was a CBS News White House correspondent during the Carter, Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations. She joins "Red & Blue"..
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Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on Hong Kong protests

"A bad, un-peaceful outcome here would be bad for everybody, including the Chinese," Jamie Dimon tells 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl about Hong Kong protests
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"I would not have cut the tax on the rich"

JPMorgan Chase head Jamie Dimon shares his thoughts on U.S. tax policy with 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl
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Jamie Dimon: The 60 Minutes Interview

The chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase tells Lesley Stahl he's optimistic about the economy and explains why he's not running for president
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Jamie Dimon's data-focused investment in Detroit

JPMorgan Chase is using data to invest more efficiently, helping entrepreneurs open businesses in parts of the city that most need its services. Lesley Stahl reports.
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Maria Butina, The Battle of Brexit, The Wright Way

Lesley Stahl interviews Maria Butina; Then, three years later, Britain is still battling over Brexit; And, meet the family that dominates competitive saddle bronc riding
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Maria Butina gives first U.S. interview since being arrested and deported

The Russian agent accused of trying to infiltrate the NRA and other conservative organizations has given her first U.S. television interview since her arrest to Lesley Stahl of 60 Minutes. In 2018,..
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Crime author Linda Fairstein

As a prosecutor in Manhattan's District Attorney's Office, Linda Fairstein pioneered the use of DNA evidence in cases against sexual offenders. She was even the inspiration for some of the tough..
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Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski of "Morning Joe"

For the past 10 years Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough have been engaging viewers with an early morning jolt of smart political conversation on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." Now they are engaged to each..
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From 2007: Anthony Bourdain, the culinary bad boy

In a story which originally aired on "Sunday Morning" on September 30, 2007, correspondent Lesley Stahl profiles the celebrity chef and host of "No Reservations" Anthony Bourdain, whose adventurous..
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Bringing ballet to special young dancers

At a workshop by the New York City Ballet, children with disabilities can wear tutus and top hats, while experiencing the joy that dance brings. Lesley Stahl talks with Dr. Joseph Dutkowsky, a..
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A Spike Lee joint

Lesley Stahl profiles the filmmaker behind such classics as "Do the Right Thing" and "Malcolm X," whose latest film, "BlacKkKlansman," has earned him his first Oscar nomination for Best Director.
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The new face of labor

Meet the woman who's been called "the most powerful labor leader in the country": Sara Nelson, president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, a working mother who has led her organization..
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Mammoni

Meet the "mammoni" -- the ultimate mama's boys. These Italian men in their 30s and 40s have jobs, girlfriends and disposable income, but still live at home and are waited on by their mothers. As Lesley..
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Fish Fuss

Despite a multi-billion dollar effort to save them, the endangered salmon of the Pacific Northwest are still falling victim to hydroelectric dams that provide irrigation, transportation and cheap..
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Staying at Home

A mother's dilemma: Stay at home or not? In 2004, 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl reported on a growing trend of women "opting out" of their careers to stay home with their children.
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Does The Nose Know?

We've all seen them -- specially trained dogs sniffing for bombs and narcotics in airports, courthouses and even schools. But how reliable are these canine cops? Lesley Stahl reports.
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Google

Google it! That catch phrase is now an inextricable part of our modern lexicon. But before "google" became a verb, Lesley Stahl sat down with company co-founder Sergey Brin and executives Marissa Mayer..
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The Science of Sleep (2 parts)

Why do we sleep? Lesley Stahl visits sleep labs to find out, and learns that sleep is as essential to our health as nutrition and exercise. In fact, scientists now see a link between lack of sleep and..
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Fish Fuss Over Salmon

The government's multi-billion dollar effort to save the salmon of the Pacific Northwest is failing, so residents there may soon have to choose between the fish or the dams that are killing scores of..
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Scott Brown: Against all odds

The Massachusetts Senator describes his traumatic childhood, including revelations of sexual and physical abuse. Lesley Stahl reports.
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The Movie Pirates

They are the bane of Hollywood: criminals who copy films and distribute them illegally on the Internet, costing Hollywood billions in lost revenue. Lesley Stahl reports.
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The Majority Leader: Rep. Eric Cantor

Lesley Stahl profiles House Majority Leader Eric Cantor about his life and the recent bipartisan wars in Congress.
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Life at Gitmo

Lesley Stahl gets a rare view inside Guantanamo Bay prison, where 164 accused terrorists have been locked up, most for 11 years without charge or trial.
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The race to save the tortoise

Turtles and tortoises have been roaming the planet for 200 million years, but now many of them are endangered by poachers who can sell some animals for as much as $60,000. Lesley Stahl reports from..
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Memory Wizards

Imagine being able to remember virtually every day of your life. As Lesley Stahl reports, it’s a kind of memory that is brand new to science.
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Who's minding the nukes? (Part one)

Lesley Stahl gets rare access inside an American nuclear control center and meets the young airmen who watch over some of the world's deadliest weapons.
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Viewer comments on "Amazon"

In the mail: Lesley Stahl reads comments on Charlie Rose's look inside the retail giant Amazon with its founder Jeff Bezos.
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Sex matters: Drugs can affect sexes differently

More and more, scientists are realizing that the differences between the sexes are dangerously understudied and that, pervasively and fundamentally, sex matters. Lesley Stahl reports.
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The Cleantech Crash

Despite billions invested by the U.S. government in s-called "Cleantech" energy, Washington and Silicon Valley have little to show for it. Lesley Stahl reports.
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60 Minutes Overtime 04.27.14

The final gifts that a mother and father gave their 14-year-old Jewish daughter as she boarded a train to escape the Nazis; and, when Lesley Stahl and the 60 Minutes team went 70 feet underground..
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A look back: Nixon in 1968

In 1968, Richard Nixon was running for president and told Mike Wallace he hoped "to restore respect to the presidency." Lesley Stahl reports.
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Back to the Wild

Controversial conservationist Damian Aspinall wants to close all zoos, including his own, and free the animals to the wild. But is it a good idea? Lesley Stahl reports.
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Senator Tom Coburn

The retired Oklahoma Republican talks to Lesley Stahl about President Obama, his personal friend and political foe.
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Water

Lesley Stahl reports on the depletion of crucial groundwater across the globe -- with a focus on California -- and the NASA satellite technology that is revealing the situation's seriousness
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Patrick Kennedy

The son of Senator Ted Kennedy opens up about his family's alcoholism -- including his own -- in an effort to help others battle addiction. Lesley Stahl reports.
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