Sunday night's "60 Minutes" will broadcast Rather's profile of CNBC "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday.
Rather left the evening news amid controversy over a report on President Bush's National Guard service on the now-defunct "60 Minutes Wednesday."
He reportedly has been traveling extensively on assignment for "60 Minutes," but this would be Rather's first piece to actually air, the Times said.
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