60 Minutes March 24 2024 New on CBS “The Right To Be Wrong | Amlo | Law Of The Sea”

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Sunday’s 60 Minutes March 24, 2024 all-new segments airing at 7:00PM

We are glad to bring you another preview of “60 Minutes”. The team over at CBS will be airing another episode of “60 Minutes” tonight March 24 2024 @ 7:00PM. This is a new 60-minute long episode . Check out the preview information below! You can watch previous episodes on Paramount+. and CBS.com. Follow the show on Facebook and Instagram. Podcasts are available at CBSAudio. Check out the previews for this week’s new episode.

CBS has put out a new press release for tonight’s new episode of 60 Minutes. We have referenced the release for our preview of this weeks isnstallment.

The first segment for tonight’s (March 24 2024) episode airing at 7:00pm ET will be “The Right To Be Wrong” With “Amlo” airing second and “Law Of The Sea” finishing things off.

The Right To Be Wrong

With mis- and disinformation rampant on social media in the leadup to the 2024 U.S. presidential election, correspondent Lesley Stahl reports on the spread of misleading information, and big tech’s efforts to reign it in while battling claims of censorship. Now, the Supreme Court is deciding whether social media platforms ultimately hold free speech rights to make their own editorial decisions or if they are solely carriers of everyone’s speech

Ayesha Siddiqi is the producer.


As immigration and the economy emerge as key issues in this year’s race for the White House, 60 MINUTES’ Sharyn Alfonsi conducts a candid interview with the popular, leftist president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Alfonsi asks the president, widely known by his initials “AMLO,” about border security, immigration, the economy, Mexican drug cartels, the Fentanyl crisis in America and more.

Michael Karzis is the producer.

Law Of The Sea

60 MINUTES reports on the mad dash in the Eastern Pacific for the vast quantities of critical minerals strewn on the sea floor – vital for almost all of today’s electronics. Mining the international seabed could start next year and China is set to dominate it. But in this crucial race, America is nowhere – sidelined by a group of Republican senators who refuse to ratify the UN’s Law of the Sea. Unless it does, America is locked out of competing for those underwater riches. Correspondent Bill Whitaker looks at the consequences of the Senate logjam over the Law of the Sea.

Heather Abbott is the producer.