A mother of five was told to report to ICE with everything she needed to return to Mexico. The only way to stay in the U.S. now may be refuge in a church
From pizza making to photography, the classes at the Cook County Jail help inmates view their world differently
60 Minutes correspondent Holly Williams and producer Michael Gavshon talk about the provocative Chinese artist and the critics of his work
What does a 108-year championship drought look like? 60 Minutes talks with Cubs owner Tom Ricketts and a group of fans about the World Series' impact
What's the economic impact of removing illegal immigrants who have no criminal records? Anderson Cooper hears from both sides of the debate
After the Supreme Court overturned his conviction for corruption, the former Virginia governor could have walked away. So, why go on 60 Minutes?
While visiting the Abaarso school in Somaliland, Anderson Cooper tells the story of how he found a career and answers kids' questions
Provocative Judge Alex Kozinski says executions should be brutal. So why did he save a mom from death row, even though he admits she may be guilty?
When filming the sport of timber racing, it helps to know the turf. 60 Minutes' resident horsewoman joins Charlie Rose on the course
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg takes 60 Minutes on a helicopter tour of the city, pointing out some of the changes he made while in office
60 Minutes' Scott Pelley reflects on what he learned from Newtown parents whose kids were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary four years ago
Sunday’s segment on how tech insiders say programmers get you to check your phone constantly had some viewers powering down