Thornton Dial, who died this week, was one of several important folk artists exploited by the art world, according to a 1995 story on 60 Minutes.
The ivory-billed woodpecker, a bird presumed extinct for 60 years, may be alive yet. Ed Bradley explores the possible rediscovery of the "Lord God Bird" in Arkansas. Its nickname was derived from "Lo...
If you've yet to figure out what the price of a barrel of oil has to do with the price of a gallon of gas, you're in good company. Andy Rooney can't figure it out either.
The "plum book" is a list of jobs that a president-elect and his people can appoint. Andy Rooney goes "plum picking" with Bill Clinton.
Andy Rooney goes on the road to see a man about an orange peeler made famous by 60 Minutes.
Andy Rooney defends hard-to-open safety tops.
Americans are appalled by the size of their taxes, but not Andy Rooney. He's appalled by the size of the tax form.
Navy captain Richard Marcinko was sentenced to prison for his role in a mission that exposed security lapses at sensitive military installations
Inside Ireland's Magdalen laundries, women were condemned to a life of servitude for perceived sins of the flesh
Ongoing problems at Washington's Hanford nuclear site have prevented the cleanup of millions of gallons of radioactive liquid waste
Harry Reasoner takes 60 Minutes cameras behind the scenes at the Vatican, filming TV's first good look at how the sovereign city-state is run
Scott Pelley meets the American cardinal who the pope entrusted to run Vatican City and the seminarians known as "John Paul's soldiers"
With clients like Barbra Streisand and Mick Jagger, Hollywood super agent Sue Mengers makes the deals that make the famous rich
What has Andy Rooney done with all of his money? Even he doesn't know.
Morley Safer reports on the lucrative-- and often comical-- world of motivational speakers
In a remote Italian village, a small group of people carry a gene that provides hope in the fight against heart disease and stroke