In the eyes of U.S. investigators, American journalist Andrew Feinberg was on the inside of the Russia propaganda machine
The athlete sticks to a diet consisting of around 80 percent fruit and vegetables and tailors his diet to foods that reduce inflammation
Nearly all of the 10,000 homes within a 1.5-mile radius of an old Exide battery plant have been found to have contaminated soil
Former first lady sat down for exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning"
John le Carré is the pen name of David Cornwell, an ex-spy for Britain’s famed MI6, whose page-turner spy thrillers have made him one of the most successful authors of the past 60 years
Famous spy novelist John le Carré shares his writing tips with "60 Minutes," including how he avoids "fuzzy endings" and why he makes verbs do all the work
John le Carré, one of the world's most famous spy novelists, reads from his celebrated works, including his newest novel "A Legacy of Spies"
The faces of heroin include the young, middle-to-upper class and suburban; what was once thought of as an inner-city problem is now a national epidemic
This Sunday marks the golden anniversary of television's most successful primetime news broadcast
International action star Michelle Yeoh is taking on a new role in the new CBS All Access original series "Star Trek: Discovery"; CBSN's Vladimir Duthier caught up with the actress, and they discussed her bringing new meaning to the word "captain"
Dr. Jeffrey Morrison breaks down metabolic needs for a diet to boost your long-term health
In his book "Principles: Life and Work," the manager of the world's largest and most successful hedge fund describes more than 200 rules he credits for success
Former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti says special counsel Robert Mueller would have needed to do two things to secure a warrant
Directors Ken Burns and Lynn Novick say public's distrust in political leadership evolved during that era
"All they need to do to let us know they're ready to talk is to just stop these tests," Tillerson says
Sen. John McCain says, "This is one of the longest standing crises that we have faced" as a nation
Tennis great talks about her battles for gender equality, and her momentous 1973 match against male chauvinist Bobby Riggs, dramatized in a new film
Dav Pilkey overcame his learning disabilities and criticism at school to become a bestselling author and illustrator of the beloved children's book series
"48 Hours" goes inside the mind of a serial rapist hunting his victims while two detectives were hunting him
Decades after putting the twinkle in Lincoln's eye, the monument's chief carver, Luigi Del Bianco, is being officially recognized by the National Park Service
David Pogue of Yahoo Finance on how Apple and Samsung are inspiring each other's phone designs with each new iteration
Con artists are likely to go into hyperdrive following the massive hack -- here are three schemes to watch out for
Mulvaney told CBS News' "The Takeout" he thought "good things" will come out of that deal, however
As news crews and rescuers pass them by time and again, people in this community have learned how to rescue each other
"Everybody forgets the little people in between"
The singer has founded the African nation's first pediatric care hospital - a mission of healing for a place desperately in need
Oscar-nominee stars in new film as Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman
When Marleen Brooks opened her mailbox, she was never expecting the letter she received, from someone she'd never met: a lonely, 90-year-old woman who lived across the street. Her reply: a friendship that has grown into helping others reach out to isolated seniors
More from Charlie Rose's "60 Minutes" interview with Steve Bannon, the controversial former chief strategist and campaign architect for Donald Trump
Steve Bannon, Trump's ex-chief strategist, tells 60 Minutes why he's out at the White House and criticizes the GOP for not supporting the president; "They're gonna be held accountable," he says
Episode 4 investigates existential threats to Mexico and Kiribati, and looks at how hackers and white supremacists are raising concerns in the U.S.
Tony Dokoupil investigates white supremacy's rise in America and how its adherents hope to infiltrate the mainstream
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and reformed hackers are often the only people who can stop their own kind
Almost all U.S. health care organizations have reported at least one cyberattack
In his speech, Trump will talk about North Korea, the Iran nuclear deal, and shared global threats
Virgin Islands, other Caribbean isles slammed by Hurricane Irma also in Maria’s sights; storm forming “dreaded pinhole eye”
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