60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley is best known for his work in front of the camera, but he's just as comfortable behind it
Historian and museum dir. Lonnie Bunch shows Scott Pelley a capital of the slave trade and explains why slavery is a story of strength in survival
60 Minutes reports on the financial tech startups vying to serve millennials known as HENRYs -- "high earner, not rich yet"
How 60 Minutes filmed its profile of the Formula One champion who gave Charlie Rose the ride of his life
"Life, liberty and the pursuit of beauty" was how Morley Safer described Brazil's unofficial motto in 1998, and for good reason
Christopher Wheeldon explains how he translated jealousy, rage, and violence into movement in his interpretation of "The Winter's Tale"
60 Minutes profiles an organization that nearly 100 Tanzanian children call home. Here's how viewers can contribute
Bob Corujo is a virtually unknown artist, but millions have seen his work on 60 Minutes every week for 35 years
60 Minutes profiles St. Benedict's Prep, a unique school in Newark, where a boy's hoodie -- like a monk's hood -- must be earned
60 Minutes was in the Richard Rodgers Theatre in May when Lin-Manuel Miranda, Christopher Jackson, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Daveed Diggs of "Hamilton" spoke to high school students
60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker and producer David Schneider, a former and current Californian, respectively, are no strangers to earthquakes
White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett plays a unique role in Washington. But as 60 Minutes explores, she's not the first in her family to make history
For 46 seasons, 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer traveled the world while the rest of us watched in awe
Safer's all-time favorite story for the broadcast was one that helped a convicted man escape a life sentence
Fifty years ago, CBS News aired Morley Safer's report from Cam Ne, Vietnam, showing U.S. Marines torching villagers' huts
The Yezidis of northern Iraq have their own ancient culture and religion -- and that made them a target for ISIS, 60 Minutes reports
Lesley Stahl tells 60 Minutes Overtime what she learned from the parents of transgender swimmer Schuyler Bailar
We went undercover to give viewers a glimpse inside a party call center where members of Congress spend hours dialing for dollars. Here's why
60 Minutes investigates the recruitment of young people as confidential informants for the police -- and talks to one who said "no"
Nine years ago, Alex Rodriguez told 60 Minutes he never used performance-enhancing drugs. Today, he retires from baseball
On the 60th anniversary of Jackson Pollock's death, watch 60 Minutes' interview with Teri Horton, who said she bought a genuine Pollock for $5
In 2003, 60 Minutes interviewed Peter Westbrook, a fencing legend who has since trained Olympians like Ibtihaj Muhammad
The peace-loving primates seen on this week's 60 Minutes are a far cry from the deadly crocodiles Anderson Cooper met underwater in 2013
In 2000, 60 Minutes traveled to the tiny country of Bhutan, perched in the Himalayas, where gross national product matters less than "gross national happiness"
In 1999, basketball coach Pat Summitt told 60 Minutes that she's as tough on herself as she is on her team. Summitt has died at age 64
On 60 Minutes, JT Holmes skis off a mountain in the Swiss Alps. It's not the first time he showed our viewers how to fly