When 271 never-before-seen Picassos appeared in 2010 the art world was stunned. Were they really a gift, as the couple who came forward with them claims?
What are the chances the next president would have to make a decision on whether to use nuclear weapons? It’s greater than you might think
Terrorism. Civil war. A refugee crisis. Geopolitics. That's the situation in the Middle East and right on Jordan's doorstep. Scott Pelley interviews King Abdullah II
60 Minutes gets a rare look inside U.S. Strategic Command and discovers the extraordinary measures the military takes to make sure only the president can launch a nuclear attack
They're called "Gold Star Parents" and, once a year, they come together to remember the military heroes who are their children and to share an intimate truth: life is lost, but love does not end
Lesley Stahl reports on the difficult decisions that surrounded the National September 11 Memorial & Museum before the space opened in 2014
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on how cellphones and mobile phone networks are vulnerable to hacking
In an incredible miscarriage of justice, a prosecutor admits his cowardice and indifference led to the wrongful murder conviction of a man sentenced to death
See what happens when hidden cameras capture New York lawyers being asked to move highly questionable funds into the U.S. Steve Kroft reports.
Scott Pelley reports on the Smithsonian and the Slave Wrecks Project's journey to recover the first artifacts known to be preserved from a slave ship
Company accused of providing faulty surgical gowns to U.S. hospitals also supplied gear to U.S. Strategic National Stockpile; Halyard Health denies the allegations
A three-time world champion in Formula One racing describes driving multimillion-dollar cars, winning races all over the globe, and his rise to the top
A priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR
An American woman and her Tanzanian business partner have become the legal guardians of nearly 100 children in a village they refuse to call an orphanage because it's home
Three unjustly convicted people who spent years in prison and then were exonerated tell Scott Pelley how they are adjusting to being free
Bill Whitaker meets some of the people behind the popular organization that grants the wishes of seriously ill children