This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Meg Oliver) The meeting last October in Mexico of actor Sean Penn with druglord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman@ for an interview published in "Rolling Stone" reviewed; scenes shown; details given about the arrest of El Chapo by Mexican authorities, Mexican actress Kate del Castillo, who brokered the jungle meeting with El Chapo, who acknowledged his drug business.
(Studio: Jeff Glor, Rikki Kleiman) The Guzman-Penn meeting that will lead to no legal repercussions, the issue of El Chapo's extradition to the US, the US charges against the Mexican drug cartel discussed.
(New York: Jericka Duncan) The largest Powerball lottery jackpot featured; money statistics cited. [Several ticket BUYERS, convenience store MANAGER - comment.]
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The Republican race in Iowa & New Hampshire examined; poll standings for Donald Trump, Ted Cruz & Marco Rubio. [TRUMP - says he will go all the way.] [Republican pollster Frank LUNTZ - says people feel Trump has a real shot.] [Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - comments on the presidential election.] The Democrats mentioned.
(Beijing: Seth Doane) The disappearances in Hong kong, China, of those critical of China examined; scenes shown from the book shop that specializes in criticizing the government. [Amnesty International William NEE%- says China sees the company as a threat.]
(Atlanta: Mark STrassmann) The arrest of Abigail Kemp for a series of jewel thefts in southern states reviewed; surveillance videos of the crimes shown. [FBI agent Lawrence BORGHINI%- says the robberies were well planned.]
(No location given: Bill Whitaker) A "60 Minutes" visit to the Russian air base inside Syria from which bombing are carried out presented; scenes shown from inside Syria of planes taking off to defend the government of Syrian President Bashir al-Assad.
(Los Angeles: Meriya Villarreal) The Playboy mansion that is up for sale in California featured; scenes shown from Los Angeles of the buildings & lot. [Real estate agent Greg HARRIS - comments on the mansion real estate & how Hugh Hefner will stay.]