In 1997, Jerry Seinfeld tells 60 Minutes' Steve Kroft: "The fact that I bet on myself and didn't lose is a pretty deep reward"
The funniest moments during a sparring match between comedian and correspondent. Charlie Rose talks about his interview with Larry David
Larry David on therapy, nightmares, money, flunking out of Hebrew school and more
Bob Simon never said no to an interview with 60 Minutes Overtime. Some of it made air. A lot didn't. Most of the time, it was just Bob being Bob.
Simon was a master of the "correspondent stand-up" in his news reports and 60 Minutes stories. Here's a compilation, dating back to the 1970s.
Funny stories start pouring out when actor Bradley Cooper's Italian family gathers around a table in his hometown of Philadelphia
60 Minutes' Steve Kroft interviews Bradley Cooper and Clint Eastwood about their Oscar-nominated film "American Sniper"
Almost everyone has a story about Bob, and the hallways and offices of 60 Minutes have been overflowing with them since he died
Now in self-quarantine in South Africa, Lara Logan talks via FaceTime about reporting on Ebola in Liberia
A 60 Minutes shoot never quite looked-- or sounded-- like this before. Life for jazz greats Wynton Marsalis and Marcus Roberts is a non-stop jam session
Liam Neeson and Anderson Cooper have a heart-to-heart about living with grief after the death of a loved one. Not your usual entertainment interview.
The final gifts that a mother and father gave their 14-year-old Jewish daughter as she boarded a train to escape the Nazis
What's it like to roam the streets of Tehran talking politics with average Iranians? A dispatch from 60 Minutes producers and Steve Kroft
It wasn’t just the homeless who were transformed in this story. Anderson Cooper explains to 60 Minutes Overtime how an assignment changed him
On assignment for 60 Minutes, Clarissa Ward enters the world of homegrown jihadis
60 Minutes producers shoot video diaries from the front lines in northern Iraq on assignment with Scott Pelley
What’s the difference between raising a child with a physical illness and raising one with a mental illness? “Casseroles,” say a group of mothers to Scott Pelley
Bob Simon believed his stories about the plight of threatened wildlife were as compelling and important as any he ever told
On a mindfulness retreat, Anderson Cooper puts down the microphone and learns to love silence, as well as life without a cell phone
In 1982, Father Theodore M. Hesburgh spoke with 60 Minutes about his life and work both in government service and as Notre Dame's longest-serving president
60 Minutes takes a look back at the death of Malcolm X and a rare interview that led to an admission connected to his murder
Bob Simon, one of the most respected American foreign correspondents, died on Feb. 11, 2015, at age 73. Here is a look back at his work.
In 1999, Bob Simon went back to the scene of the massacre and then to Holland to speak with the Dutch soldiers who stood by and watched as it happened
It took years to convince the monks of Mount Athos to let 60 Minutes visit their remote, ancient, and wondrous world
Producers, editors, and cameramen choose a favorite piece from the 47-year archive of 60 Minutes and share their personal stories of reporting and shooting in the field
Brazilian businessman Eike Batista once had his sights on being the richest man in the world, but is now under criminal investigation