In 1996, Andy Rooney wondered whether political ideas were as clever as the technology that broadcast them. He didn't think so
In 2000, 60 Minutes traveled to the tiny country of Bhutan, perched in the Himalayas, where gross national product matters less than "gross national happiness"
In 1999, basketball coach Pat Summitt told 60 Minutes that she's as tough on herself as she is on her team. Summitt has died at age 64
What's a "lone rat"? That's what FBI Director James Comey called homegrown, violent extremists when he spoke with Scott Pelley in 2014
On 60 Minutes this week, JT Holmes skis off a mountain in the Swiss Alps. It's not the first time he showed our viewers how to fly
"He called himself 'The Greatest,' and few argued," is how Ed Bradley began this 1996 profile of Muhammad Ali, who has died at age 74
"For too many Americans, Memorial Day has become just another day off," said Andy Rooney. How did he want the holiday celebrated?
1972: Operation Mud Hen, or how Morley Safer, producer Phil Scheffler and muckraker Jack Anderson ran afoul of the CIA
Safer's all-time favorite story for the broadcast was one that helped a convicted man escape a life sentence
In 2014, 60 Minutes' Bob Simon traveled to Ukraine and discovered the reactor still has the power to kill
In 2007, 60 Minutes visited a mountain rainforest in New Guinea, where Bob Simon encountered exotic birds that don't exist anywhere else
As the NBA star hangs up his jersey, 60 Minutes looks back at a 2001 interview with the L.A. Lakers' Kobe Bryant