Friday, September 13, 2019

60 Minutes 9/15 on CBS


Editor’s note: These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this summer edition.
ONLINE OVERDOSE – China has failed to stop websites that sell fentanyl and its derivatives over the internet to drug dealers and addicts in the U.S., where the powerful drug has caused tens of thousands of overdose deaths. Scott Pelley reports. Robert G. Anderson, Aaron Weisz and Patricia Milton are the producers.
FRONTOTEMPORAL DEMENTIA – FTD, a little-known but devastating disease that robs people of their personalities or their ability to communicate before it kills them, usually hits in middle age, but can affect people in their 30s. Bill Whitaker reports. Rome Hartman and Sara Kuzmarov are the producers.
MARK BRADFORD – The Los Angeles artist is considered one of the most important and influential artists in America attracting the attention of the world’s top museums and art collectors who pay millions for his abstract work. Anderson Cooper reports. Ruth Streeter and Kaylee Tully are the producers.
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