“Comedy is very powerful,” SNL creator Lorne Michaels told 60 Minutes in 2004. “And there’s no protection against it.”
Yale erased the name of a white supremacist on campus and replaced him with a woman - a feisty, brilliant computer scientist nicknamed "Amazing Grace"
"Where did you learn all that stuff?" That's the question Steve Kroft asked Beyoncé about her provocative performance style in a 2010 profile of the superstar.
The movie "Jackie," nominated for three Academy Awards, recreates the first lady's televised tour. Here's the original
In 2009, Andy Rooney assembled interesting facts on presidential inaugurations of years past
In 1985, a baby-faced Donald Trump made his debut on the national stage in an interview with Mike Wallace on 60 Minutes
As 60 Minutes interviews President Obama for the final time in office, we take a look back at how he got there
This week, 60 Minutes goes to Chicago's worst neighborhoods, a story the broadcast first reported on 46 years ago with Morley Safer's look at the city's vigilante groups
In 1978, the legendary 60 Minutes commentator sounded off on the season's correspondence, including his favorite cards—and why Florida misses the mark
In 1998, 60 Minutes was there as John Glenn prepared to return to space 36 years after his historic first mission. Glenn died Thursday
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. In 1969, 60 Minutes was there when the crew of a Japanese submarine toured the memorial
As Fidel Castro is laid to rest, 60 Minutes looks back at a revealing interview and a personal tour of Havana with the Cuban leader