60 Minutes first met Carlsen in 2012, when he was the youngest No. 1 player. This week, he won the World Chess Championship in New York City
There's no cure for Alzheimer's, but people participating in drug trials are helping scientists try to prevent the disease
Matteo Renzi tells 60 Minutes why he hopes the president-elect can be "another Ronald Reagan"
Feeling stuffed after Thanksgiving? As Morley Safer reported, it may be because the food you eat is designed to hijack your brain
On Sunday, Lesley Stahl reported on a groundbreaking study on Alzheimer's disease. Viewers responded with their own family stories of heartbreak
Lesley Stahl discusses her interview with President-elect Trump, telling Overtime that he pulled back on some campaign positions -- and changed his demeanor
This African band may get its name from the rodent kebabs they sell by the side of the road, but the reach of their music is worldwide
60 Minutes reports on first-generation Somali-Americans who were trying to find themselves-- but wound up convicted of supporting terrorism
A search turns up 30 years of stories about Trump and Clinton. Here's what we found in the archive
60 Minutes meets a group of young social media stars, who are neighbors in one Hollywood building where they make videos and earn big paychecks
What happens when Charlie Rose attempts to interview a robot named "Sophia" for his 60 Minutes report on artificial intelligence
Resettling Syrian refugees in the U.S. is a highly debated policy. Hear what the current vetting process is -- and what the U.S. asks refugees to repay
Dr. LaPook explains where Zika is likely to spread in the U.S. and why Americans should worry -- even if they're not pregnant
60 Minutes visits a prison that would shock most Americans. Is Germany's prison philosophy the answer?
"I think any American that walks into this space is going to feel the emotion," Lesley Stahl told 60 Minutes Overtime in 2013. "It's church-like."
Lesley Stahl tells 60 Minutes Overtime what she learned from the parents of transgender swimmer Schuyler Bailar
60 Minutes reports on the financial tech startups vying to serve millennials known as HENRYs -- "high earner, not rich yet"
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
Turkish President Erdogan says the exiled cleric is responsible for this summer's coup. In 2012, 60 Minutes examined why Gulen is in the U.S.
His reporting spanned half a century. CBS News veteran Bill Plante shares his notes -- and his extraordinary tales -- from his front-row seat to history
60 Minutes first met Carlsen in 2012, when he was the youngest No. 1 player. This week he returns to the World Chess Championship in New York
CBS News' Ed Bradley, a giant of journalism who inspired a generation of reporters, died 10 years ago today
In 1970, 60 Minutes reported on the illegal pot harvest in Kansas. Today, the great pot experiment is a story that's still playing out on the broadcast
The newly awarded Nobel Prize winner gave a rare interview to 60 Minutes in 2004. Hear Dylan discuss the poetry in his lyrics
As the new African-American history museum opens, 60 Minutes producer Nicole Young talks about the artifacts that affected her most