Your 60 Minutes Lineup this Week


Here is what the Number 1 News Magazine has on tap for this week:

THE LIFE AND DEATH OF CLAY HUNT – More active duty military died last year from suicide than in combat.  The number of veterans who die by their own hand is also alarmingly high.   Byron Pitts reports on Clay Hunt, a Marine combat veteran who was wounded in battle and later diagnosed with PTSD and depression.  Hunt tried to help other veterans struggling with illness and the experiences of war, but lost his own battle and committed suicide.  David Schneider is the producer.

CHINA’S REAL ESTATE MOGUL – One of the richest self-made billionaire women in the world, Zhang Xin is one of China’s largest developers of office space, whose boldly designed skyscrapers have created signature skylines in Beijing. Xin speaks to Lesley Stahl about her business empire, her country, and its prospects.  Shachar Bar-On is the producer.

CHINA’S REAL ESTATE BUBBLE – Real estate, especially residential, has been one of the driving forces of the hot Chinese economy.  But now a bubble has been created that could lead to a debt crisis many fear could bring the world’s second largest economy to a standstill.  Lesley Stahl reports. Shachar Bar-On is the producer.