It was clear from the opening notes that Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja was nailing it
In 2006, the golf legend told 60 Minutes he'd only stop playing the game "when my best isn't good enough to win anymore"
After Trump questioned Christine Blasey Ford for not reporting her alleged attack when she was a teen, Twitter lit up with stories of shame and fear by victims who'd kept quiet about sexual assault
The new "Magnum P.I." follows Magnum after his return from Afghanistan as he sets up his new life as a private investigator in Hawaii
White House counselor defends Trump's nominee for U.S. Supreme Court amid allegations of sexual misconduct
"This is not a woman that is confused, mixed up. This is something she has carried with her, just as so many victims do," said Eshoo of Ford
Gowdy says that both Kavanaugh and Ford will live with the consequences of this week’s public hearing "for the rest of their lives"
In his new memoir, "Who Is Michael Ovitz," the industry titan chronicles a career of success and betrayal
The world's only water ambassador, appointed by the Netherlands, says damage from hurricanes could be lessened with the help of Dutch-innovated stormwater management
In the year since Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the island has lost a precious resource: hundreds of thousands of people who've left to build their futures elsewhere
A year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the island's economy is still shrinking
CBS News correspondent reflects on his year covering Puerto Rico and the aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Generators are still supporting Vieques' entire electrical grid more than a year after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico
"CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson visits the U.K. prime minister at 10 Downing Street in London for her only interview ahead of the U.N. General Assembly
CBS News poll finds that Democrats' chances of gaining control of the House improved over the summer
"60 Minutes" reports on the power of Google, a company whose critics say has stifled competition
With Candice Bergen once again playing a TV journalist tackling hot-button topics, the series aims once again to prove, somewhere in the middle of the left and the right, there's still room for humor
Parents mourning the loss of their children in the 2012 school shooting in Newtown, Conn., are taking the purveyors of cruel and outlandish conspiracy theories to court
The renowned wildlife photographer shows "60 Minutes" what goes into his iconic pictures
Foxes, tigers, bears — the acclaimed photographer tells "60 Minutes" the stories behind some of his most compelling images
The drag queen and host of the TV competition "RuPaul's Drag Race" says his calling is to teach acceptance
The groundbreaking trial of a crime of the digital age -- should a young woman go to prison for sending texts to a friend who took his own life?
Benjamin Rush helped set off the Boston Tea Party and signed the Declaration of Independence at the age of 30
On "Intelligence Matters" this week, George W. Bush's national security adviser, Stephen Hadley, says the U.S.-Russia relationship may now be worse than it's been since the Cold War
On the court he's a star, but overcoming the dark side of visible and invisible wounds is where he really shines
Army Spc. Lauren Jahn showed herself, her three young kids and her country what overcoming adversity is all about
The small town of Wenatchee, Washington, is at the center of a virtual gold rush -- whether residents like it or not
Five years after fleeing Syria's civil war, a young documentary filmmaker wants to show the world what life as a refugee is really like
The president's Supreme Court nominee told Fox News he's "not going anywhere"
Facebook acquired Instagram for $1 billion in 2012
President Trump says he won't consider statehood for battered island until San Juan's mayor is replaced
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