An Associated Press investigation revealed Robert Levinson, an American who has been missing in Iran for nearly seven years, was working for the CIA. Senior correspondent John Miller says the report may give Levinson's family more leverage to ask the U.S. government to step up pressure on Iran to reveal Levinson's whereabouts.
In October 2006, Terri Roberts' son walked into an Amish school in Pennsylvania and shot 10 young girls before killing himself. Roberts believed she would have to move away, but the Amish told her they wanted her to stay. Roberts now shares their message of forgiveness with those who've experienced trauma. Jeff Glor reports.
A 16-year-old whose blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit when he plowed into a group of people in June, killing four, was sentenced to therapy and 10 years probation. A psychologist who testified for the defense blamed his emotional state on being raised by wealthy parents who never set limits and excused bad behavior. Anna Werner reports.
For 34 years, the former U.S. Embassy in Iran's capital, Tehran, was off limits to Westerners. In 1979, at the height of the Iranian revolution, students stormed the embassy and took 52 Americans hostage for 444 days. Since then, it's been used as a training center and anti-American museum. Elizabeth Palmer got a rare look inside.
NSA leaker Edward Snowden continues to reside in Russia, where he was granted asylum. Snowden says he will come back to the U.S. is he's granted amnesty, but disagreements remain over whether that is a good idea. For Sunday's "60 Minutes," senior correspondent John Miller posed the question to NSA leadership.
The National Transportation Safety Board held a hearing about the crash of Flight 214, which killed three people and raised questions about whether pilots have become too reliant on automated systems. Transcripts of cockpit voice recordings show pilots grew frantic in the flight's final minutes. Jeff Pegues reports.