Eight months into the Trump administration, 60 Minutes travels to Michigan, which played a pivotal role in the election, and takes the pulse of the nation
As Hurricane Harvey survivors face a difficult future, 60 Minutes looks back at Hurricane Sandy and why so many families didn't get the help they deserve
At one of the largest jails in the U.S., Sheriff Tom Dart sees his job as not just keeping people in jail, but helping some of them get out
Autonomous drones are being called the biggest thing in military technology since the nuclear bomb. David Martin reports.
A terrorist attack in Texas by two U.S. citizens shows how hard it is to prevent such an attack -- even when one of the terrorists is well-known to the FBI
Thousands of gun owners claim Remington 700 rifles have fired without the trigger being pulled. Now, after a class-action settlement agreement and recall, why do most gun owners still have the contro...
If you follow the worlds of art, architecture and high fashion, you probably know Peter Marino, a favorite among luxury brands and the uber-rich
Scott Pelley returns to Newtown, Connecticut, and speaks with families who may never move on, but are finding ways to move forward
Company accused of providing faulty surgical gowns to U.S. hospitals also supplied gear to U.S. Strategic National Stockpile; Halyard Health denies the allegations
When 271 never-before-seen Picassos appeared in 2010 the art world was stunned. Were they a gift, as the couple who came forward with them claimed?
Mohamedou Slahi gives 60 Minutes an uncensored account of the now-illegal enhanced interrogation he endured at Guantanamo Bay -- and why he says it doesn't work
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's sons tell Anderson Cooper how it felt to be the children of the infamous spies, in a story that sheds new light on a central event of the Cold War
Ai Weiwei's provocative art has gotten him harassed by police, thrown in detention and driven out of China. But in order to be relevant, he says art must be political
Lesley Stahl speaks to a counterterrorism adviser who admits U.S. failures in dealing with hostages, and to the parents of Steven Sotloff, a journalist who was kidnapped and killed by ISIS
Two doctors embark on one of their most challenging missions: fighting blindness and partial blindness in the isolated country of Burma
A young American who grew up in the heartland tells Scott Pelley what made him try to join ISIS in Syria