As debate over the takedown of Confederate monuments continues, 60 Minutes examines why and when the statues went up in the first place
Desperation and fear are driving a dangerous industry that's virtually impossible to completely stop
The prison system that emphasizes rehabilitation over punishment; a bank robber who became a law professor; and beautiful music inside the "waiting room of hell"
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has used internationally banned chemical weapons nearly 200 times throughout the civil war threatening his regime. Now, rare footage shows just how brutal those attac...
Anderson Cooper speaks with the man behind giant works of art displayed around the world, sometimes illegally
Grigory Rodchenkov was once the mind behind Russia's elaborate doping program that helped them cheat in the Olympics. Now he's talking about it and he fears for his life
Steve Kroft, Scott Pelley, Lesley Stahl, Bill Whitaker and more look back at 50 seasons of 60 Minutes
The Millennium Tower opened to great acclaim with high-priced, posh apartments. But those accolades and property values are sinking, along with the building's foundation
In 16 years, the Afghan War has cost 2,400 American lives and $1 trillion. But with the country's capital under siege, the end still seems far away
It may mostly be propaganda when North Korea boasts about its nuclear capabilities, but one American says to be careful not to underestimate the country's power
For years, Portland has been the symbol for laid-back, inexpensive quirkiness, but the city may be losing that identity
An experimental computer program is trying to prevent crime by predicting it. Chicago hopes it can reduce the city's gun violence and save lives
"There's nothing illegal that we did...nothing murky," says Margarita Simonyan, who dismisses the U.S. intelligence report that says the Russian news network she heads meddled in the 2016 U.S. presid...
On a special edition of 60 Minutes, a look at Americans from all walks of life who are making a difference
In the face of danger, a pair of padres are finding and protecting ancient religious books and manuscripts from terrorists
Christian Picciolini spent eight years in the white supremacist movement, now he's trying to stop it