Best-selling author Michael Lewis says the stock market is rigged and even the richest, most sophisticated investors are getting screwed every day
Morley Safer picks some of his favorite cartoons from his 60-odd years as a reader of The New Yorker magazine
It's not the first time Scott Pelley stepped foot on the beat-up Winnebago where the working poor of Appalachia get free health care
The final gifts that a mother and father gave their 14-year-old Jewish daughter as she boarded a train to escape the Nazis
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.
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
What's it like to roam the streets of Tehran talking politics with average Iranians? A dispatch from 60 Minutes producers and Steve Kroft
Go back in time with photographer Henry Grossman, who became a friend of the Beatles and was invited to document their lives
A retrospective with Scott Pelley on reporting the Boston Marathon bombing one year ago
Amazon's secret R&D project aimed at delivering packages to your doorstep by "octocopter" mini-drones with a mere 30-minute delivery time
Leno wanted to end his Tonight Show career with one big interview, so he called Kroft to finish a conversation that started 22 years ago
What will happen to the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, now that new instruments have begun to arrive from well-wishers around the world?
Four years ago when the Deepwater Horizon exploded, one man made a harrowing escape from the burning rig and told his story on 60 Minutes
First-time 60 Minutes correspondent, Clarissa Ward, and her producer prepare to confront a dangerous militant Islamist on his turf in Syria
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."
Our 60 Minutes team went to China to meet a rich and famous real estate mogul, but they got a surprise instead
Bill Gates speaks with unexpected emotion about his relationship -- and rivalry -- with the late Steve Jobs
Watch an early 60 Minutes report on the story behind the U.S. possession of a vital waterway, and Panama's struggle to gain control
From election to resignation, 60 Minutes was there. Mike Wallace's interviews with President Nixon and his aides from 1968 to 1974
When 60 Minutes met Michelle Wie, she was a 14-year-old prodigy who was predicted to become "the Tiger Woods of the ladies tour," the best woman player ever
Two decades ago, when Jay Leno landed the job at "The Tonight Show," he did his first 60 Minutes interview. This week, he returns to 60 Minutes
Watch a rare and candid interview with the late Miles Davis about his experience with drugs, race relations, and a life in music
One of the oddest crime tales in 60 Minutes history comes to an end with the prison death of Sante Kimes
Steve Kroft's 2010 interview with Bradley Birkenfeld, a Swiss banker who cracked open the vault on the secretive world of Swiss banking