60 Minutes November 30 2014
Recapo update: Here are the segments from this episode.
- 60 Minutes: United Nations World Food Programme & War Starvation
- 60 Minutes: Cyber Investigator Brian Krebs + Computer Chip Credit Card
- 60 Minutes: Kevin Richardson, Playing with Lions & Canned Hunting
60 Minutes will share some new reports on the November 30 edition, bringing some world stories to your attention after a long holiday weekend. Visit Jordan, where Scott Pelley will learn about refugees of the civil war in Syria. Learn how hackers have become so sophisticated as they rack up billions in fraudulent transactions and charges. Plus, hear a sad story about lions this Sunday.
60 Minutes: War and Hunger
Scott Pelley traveled to the border of Jordan, where refugees from the Syrian civil war are turning for aid. That is also where the United Nations and the World Food Programme are doing their best to keep up with the challenges of feeding and assisting millions who have been displaced or are in fear for their lives and the safety of their families. Get the story this weekend on 60 Minutes.
60 Minutes: Swiping Your Card
The holiday shopping season is now in full swing, and 60 Minutes is scrutinizing a string a data breaches that have hit consumers through iconic brands like Target and JPMorgan. Hundreds of millions of consumers have been affected by data theft or had their credit card numbers stolen. Now find out what is being done about it when Bill Whitaker reports about the organized cyber criminals, often from overseas. That’s coming up on the November 30 episode of 60 Minutes.
60 Minutes: The Lion Whisperer
Finally, Clarissa Ward is traveling to South Africa, a popular tourist destination for those who want to go on safari. In fact, lions are a popular photo opportunity, and some are kept in petting zoos there. However, their demand is often leading to a sad and short life for the majestic animals. Ward will speak with Kevin Richardson, the Lion Whisperer, who has worked to save more than two dozen lions from the canned hunts that are meant to thin a population bred strictly for tourism. Learn about the hope in this sad story on Sunday’s 60 Minutes report.