60 Minutes December 21, 2014 Preview
60 Minutes has a great episode in store for us on December 21, 2014, with Scott Pelley reporting from Havanna and Lesley Stahl talking to Senator Tom Coburn about President Barack Obama. Plus, Reese Witherspoon opens up to Charlie Rose about why she felt she should open up her own production company. Check it out below!
60 Minutes: U.S. Opening Relations with Cuba
This week, President Barack Obama made headlines when he announced he was reopening diplomatic relationship with longtime U.S. Cold War enemy Cuba. Scott Pelley will report from Havana with an examination of the issues on the ground in the island nation. What do the people of Cuba think about reopening relations?
60 Minutes: Senator Tom Coburn on President Obama
Conservative Senator Tom Coburn is retiring and bidding farewell to the Senate, at a very important time in U.S. history. The 113th Congress was one of the least effective ones in modern history, in large part due to political gridlock. Senator Tom Coburn will open up about his thoughts on his personal friend and political foe, President Barack Obama. What does he think of the president? Expect a fairly honest take from the Senator as he leaves office and President Obama enters the “lame duck” era of his presidency.
60 Minutes: Reese Witherspoon Production Company
Not long ago, Reese Witherspoon read in magazines that she was washed up in Hollywood and her career might be over. But now, she’s prove her critics wrong, with her own production company, Pacific Standard, which produced Gone Girl, one of the most successful movies of the year.
Gone Girl has earned more than $300 million at the box office so far. Reese Witherspoon is also getting excellent Oscar buzz for her role in Wild, based on the memoir by Cheryl Strayed. She’s turned her life and career around. Find out why she decided to take matters into her own hands and what her next step is.
Tune into 60 Minutes on December 21, 2014 for all of this and so much more!