In response to Sunday's 60 Minutes story "The Lost Boys" -- about a group of refugees from the Sudan who are now trying to make their way in the United States -- many viewers have asked how they can help the young men in our piece, and some of you have asked how they can help other Lost Boys and refugees from the Sudan.Continue Reading »
It's not often that you get to see the audition tape for a successful actor, but in the case of Seth Rogen, he was discovered in a "Freaks and Geeks" audition by director Judd Apatow. In this 60 Minutes Overtime video, you'll see Rogen and Apatow describe that first meeting to Anderson Cooper-- and you'll see the amusing teenage audition that helped Rogen snag his Hollywood career.Continue Reading »
With the Brooklyn Bridge in the background, The River Cafe was an ideal location when Morley Safer interviewed historian David McCullough about the great bridge.
It isn't everyday that you get a letter from Neil Armstrong, yes, that Neil Armstrong. And it's particularly noteworthy when the first man to walk on the moon has a bone to pick with you.
It is both a pun as well as the truth to call Alex Honnold a rock star. Alex climbs rock walls thousands of feet high with no ropes and no margin for error. It is hard to imagine a more dangerous sport than "free-soloing," or a more accomplished and ambitious athlete than Alex.