What Steve Kroft learned about Whitey Bulger from the people who hunted him for 16 years and from Bulger’s neighbor
60 Minutes doesn’t show up unannounced very often. Here’s why Bob Simon decided to surprise this man on his doorstep
Julie Platner spent a year chronicling the life of an American neo-Nazi and his family
Here in America, he's known as Bob Simon, the CBS News correspondent who covered the Arab-Israel conflict for 40 years. But in Israel, he's known simply as "Bub."
First-time 60 Minutes correspondent, Clarissa Ward, and her producer prepare to confront a dangerous militant Islamist on his turf in Syria
Has Anderson Cooper gone mad? That was our reaction after watching Cooper on 60 Minutes diving with deadly crocs in underwater caves
Why a group of veterans with PTSD allowed 60 Minutes cameras to record their gut-wrenching therapy sessions and air them on national television
Steve Kroft heads to Washington to confront three members of Congress about how they used leadership PAC funds for personal purposes
The remarkable story of how the grandfather of a 60 Minutes producer recorded a lone whale's song in the 1950s -- and made the world care about whales
Go inside the 60 Minutes investigation of Lance Armstrong with CBS News chairman Jeff Fager
While reporting in Detroit, a 60 Minutes cameraman went back to his childhood home -- and found that it was the only surviving house in the neighborhood
How a 60 Minutes team fell for the Lost Boys of Sudan and became part of their new family in America
What 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl learned while reporting on the surprising medical differences between males and females
Bill Gates speaks with unexpected emotion about his relationship -- and rivalry -- with the late Steve Jobs
A conversation with John Miller and 60 Minutes producers about their experience reporting in top-secret areas of the NSA
Steve Kroft discusses his impossible interview with Senate leaders who can't reach a compromise
Anderson Cooper and producer Andy Court discuss Shin Dong-hyuk's transformation and his new-found life in America since his escape
Our 60 Minutes team went to China to meet a rich and famous real estate mogul, but they got a surprise instead
What happens to the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, now that new instruments have begun to arrive from well-wishers around the world?
It took 60 Minutes producer Harry Radliffe not months, but YEARS to convince the monks of Mt. Athos to allow 60 Minutes cameras in. And that was just the beginning.
Who would've guessed that a story about recycling would result in Chinese gangsters chasing after Scott Pelley and producer Nicole Young?
Robert Gardiner, an 88-year-old aristocrat in the Hamptons, was one of the most eccentric people ever to appear on 60 Minutes. Producer Frank Devine looks back.
When a death-row inmate claims innocence, a young 60 Minutes producer gets drawn into a complicated tale worthy of any detective novel.
60 Minutes Story Editor Claudia Weinstein was there in El Salvador when an American teen was reunited with her long-lost birth parents
When you're an editor at 60 Minutes, the footage doesn't often crack you up. Richard Buddenhagen remembers his funniest assignment.
The 1971 story "After Attica" is trademark 60 Minutes, says producer "emeritus" Phil Scheffler