It's hard to imagine any American kids playing at the level that you'll see in this week's Overtime feature on "La Masia," the youth academy that feeds pro players to what's arguably the best soccer team in the world, FC Barcelona.Continue Reading »
Why are these strange blue boxes scattered about and bolted to the floor of a Palo Alto living room?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 »
In Anderson Cooper's 60 Minutes story on Judd Apatow, we were delighted to see a brief interview with Apatow's old roomie: Adam Sandler. But when we checked out the raw tape, we realized that the two old friends were generous with their time and their memories -- and we couldn't resist posting more from that interview. Continue Reading »
Meet "Robo Sally." She has the most sophisticated robotic hand and arm ever engineered, but if you talk to her lead designer, Michael McLoughlin, here's the most exciting thing about her: if Robo Sally's arms are blown off on the battlefield, it's no big deal.Continue Reading »
When the rare Westerner decides to join ranks with al Qaeda, that person becomes exceedingly dangerous, says 60 Minutes producer Howard Rosenberg.
This week, Rosenberg introduced us to a European man named Morten Storm who did just that: he converted to Islam and joined the jihad against the West.Continue Reading »
Here's what you didn't see in Anderson Cooper's profile of Adele on the broadcast.
Usually, it's Adele's vocals that dominate conversation about the British singer. But last February, her physique became Topic A when Karl Lagerfeld told Metro newspaper: "She is a little too fat." The comment sparked outrage and an apology from Lagerfeld.