Andy Court is an investigative producer for 60 Minutes. A graduate of Yale University, he worked as a reporter for The Concord Monitor, in Concord, New Hampshire, and later for The Jerusalem Post, where he covered the first Palestinian uprising. He was editorial director of The American Lawyer magazine before moving to television, first as an associate producer for 60 Minutes and then as a producer for Dateline NBC and 60 Minutes II. He co-produced "Children of the Harvest," an hour-long investigation of child labor in American agriculture, which won an Emmy Award in 1998. "The Mother of All Heists," about corruption in the Iraqi government, won the Loeb and DuPont awards in 2007. Other investigations include "Steroids and the NFL," which uncovered fresh evidence of steroid use by NFL players, and the "The Cost of Living," about America's health insurance crisis, which won the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism.