60 Minutes pays tribute to the late Nelson Mandela, whose wise use of reconciliation in his struggle against the racist apartheid system helped avoid a civil war and peacefully gave birth to the democratic republic of South Africa. Bob Simon reports.
Former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell recalls the 2005 battle in Afghanistan he alone survived, a fire fight that at the time, resulted in the largest loss of life for Naval Special Warfare since WWII. Anderson Cooper reports.
FBI agents tell Steve Kroft about their 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger, once No. 1 on the Most Wanted list.
Lesley Stahl gets a rare view inside Guantanamo Bay prison, where 164 accused terrorists have been locked up, most for 11 years without charge or trial
After Mandela came to power, he set up a "Truth and Reconciliation Commission," which gave perpetrators of brutal acts under apartheid the opportunity for amnesty.
It may be the last great love story of the 20th century. How Graca Machel captured the heart of the late Nelson Mandela.
The 60 Minutes interview with New York City's returning "top cop," who was squeezed out in the 1990s by then-mayor Rudy Giuliani
Amazon's secret R&D project aimed at delivering packages to your doorstep by "octocopter" mini-drones with a mere 30-minute delivery time
A 60 Minutes cameraman's stunning shots of the U.S. Capitol, a building we don't usually associate with beauty and reflection
60 Minutes' Bob Simon remembers his 1999 interview with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos