Winfrey joins 60 Minutes
In The Majestic Twelve, a memo from 1952 surfaces informing U.S. president-elect Dwight Eisenhower about the existence of a top-secret group of scientists, government officials and military personnel who are tasked with investigating reports of UFOs. Another new episode, The Akashic Record, follows.
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NEW YORK — CBS’s has something new for its 50thanniversary year.
Oprah Winfrey is joining the show, and will report a story next week about the U.S. political divide. It’s a testament to the Sundaynight newsmagazine’s power that it seeks to absorb some of television’s biggest stars into its fabric instead of the other way around. Some of the old stars of
are no longer around. But the show’s mix of investigations, news and esoteric stories remains largely the same, and largely the key to its continued success on Sunday nights.