When vandals, liars and PR pros try to manipulate Wikipedia, the company says it's ready for them
Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn't think like the rest of us. Here's a glimpse into what excites an astrophysicist
What Steve Kroft learned about Whitey Bulger from the people who hunted him for 16 years and from Bulger’s neighbor
American spy Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and is scheduled to be released from prison this November. In 1988, Mike Wallace interviewed Jonathan and his then-wife, Anne
From the archives of 60 Minutes: Andy Rooney, a self-proclaimed expert on eating ice cream, dishes about how to do it right.
The 60 Minutes team has a close encounter with gorillas in Gabon
How a young Argentine reporter at 60 Minutes got interviews with key players involved in the mystery of prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death
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"
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
A ballet teacher took the young Misty Copeland under her wing. Now she's doing the same for identical twins from Brooklyn
Clarissa Ward talks about her 2-day trip aboard an Italian coast guard cutter, which saved 301 tired and hungry migrants afloat in the Mediterranean
Why Scott Pelley's story shows some of the most graphic footage in the broadcast's history. Pelley discusses his report on a sarin attack in Syria
Perspective from Steve Kroft on North Korea's cyberattack on Sony Pictures after 15 years of reporting on cyberwarfare
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 a mindfulness retreat, Anderson Cooper puts down the microphone and learns to love silence, as well as life without a cell phone
From the archives, two sisters make a hard choice: Do they take a genetic test to learn whether they'll get the disease that tortured their mother?
Extreme athletes wearing webbed wingsuits show 60 Minutes how to "fly." This weekend, their community lost Dean Potter and Graham Hunt
70 years ago, Germans surrendered, ending WWII in Europe. From the 60 Minutes archives, the late Andy Rooney talks about Victory in Europe Day
On the 100th anniversary of the massacre, watch the late Bob Simon challenge Turkey's ambassador about the mass grave of Deir Ezzor
Twenty years later, 60 Minutes takes a look back at the bombing that affected so many lives
In 2006 and 2007, 60 Minutes followed Duke's lacrosse players from indictment to innocence, uncovering crucial evidence in the process
60 Minutes looks back at the manhunt that resulted in the arrest of convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev