The late Harry Reasoner covered the overthrow of General Batista in 1959 and returned to Cuba 30 years later for an update on the revolution
Where else would you interview the star of a film about a 1,100-mile hike? Charlie Rose takes a walk with Reese Witherspoon
Watch a 2006 interview with political satirist Stephen Colbert as he details what inspired his character
Fourteen people were arrested for producing drugs that caused a meningitis outbreak. Watch the 60 Minutes report on how they let it happen
"Enhanced interrogation" - the subject of today's Senate report and part of this 60 Minutes interview with a former CIA director, George Tenet
Since their 2012 introduction on 60 Minutes, Congo's Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra has gained some notoriety, from L.A. to the U.K.
Bob Simon visits Chernobyl 28 years after the nuclear meltdown and finds out why this ghost town is still dangerous
Bob Simon and the 60 Minutes team visit actor Mandy Patinkin on location in South Africa and find out what makes the hit show come to life
"He is totally unrecognizable." Steve Kroft talks about Steve Carell's surprising role in the new movie "Foxcatcher"
The new head of the VA says the "best thing" he's seen on the job so far is the exoskeleton, which helps wounded vets walk again
In a live Facebook Q&A, CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward answered questions about her 60 Minutes report on pro-ISIS British citizens
It's the makings of a country song: Blake Shelton talks with Norah O'Donnell about love, loss, marriage and music
Anderson Cooper dives into sacred waters and learns how one organization helps some families find closure
Steve Kroft takes a close look into the nation's crumbling infrastructure and why it's a political "hot potato"
Cardinal Seán O'Malley talks with CBS News' Norah O'Donnell about the Catholic Church's handling of the child sex abuse scandal
Now in self-quarantine in South Africa, Lara Logan talks via FaceTime about reporting on Ebola in Liberia
On assignment for 60 Minutes, Clarissa Ward enters the world of homegrown jihadis
On assignment for 60 Minutes, CBS News correspondent Norah O'Donnell describes how she created her own digital babies
Scott Pelley and the 60 Minutes team report from the FBI's "bomb library" and meet with FBI director James Comey
In 1992, Steve Kroft profiled famed murder mystery writer P.D. James, who explained her "fascination with death"
On the anniversary of the world's worst industrial accident, watch Ed Bradley's 60 Minutes report on the aftermath of the Bhopal disaster
The late Andy Rooney talks turkey as 60 Minutes Overtime looks back at some of his classic Thanksgiving themed segments
In 1996, director Mike Nichols tells Lesley Stahl what it takes to create iconic films like "The Graduate." Nichols died Wednesday at age 83
This week we celebrate the life of 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley -- a man dedicated to the craft of storytelling
The late Andy Rooney, a World War II vet, suggests Veterans Day be renamed "No War Day" because that "would be worth celebrating"
Steve Kroft's 1995 interview with "grease monkeys" and NPR "Car Talk" hosts Tom and Ray Magliozzi. Tom Magliozzi died Monday at age 77