"We see you. We feel your sorrow. You are not alone, even in this moment of deep loneliness." John Dickerson on how we can respond to those who are suffering from losses caused by COVID-19.
Melba Wilson says she’s concerned about the wellbeing of the employees she’s had to lay off as the novel coronavirus grips the region.
The 60 Minutes correspondent on why he wrote about our shared sorrows due to COVID-19: "The larger point here is that we're all going through this together."
Max Eisen is one of the participants in a project that will let future generations engage in real-time conversations with Holocaust survivors, even after their deaths. Producer Shari Finkelstein writes about meeting Eisen and watching him tell his story.
In the northern highlands of Ethiopia stand 11 churches that the Ethiopian Orthodox Church says were built by angels
Elijah Cummings spoke to Steve Kroft in January about his life and the power he held as House Oversight and Reform Committee chairman
60 Minutes goes inside a landmark government study of young minds to see if phones, tablets and other screens are impacting adolescent brain development
The popular lecturer, author and podcast host tells 60 Minutes why people shouldn't associate vulnerability with weakness, why she wishes her work would not be called "self-help," and how her own struggles help her connect with others.
The rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus has prompted medical researchers worldwide to go on the offense and look for vaccines and treatments. Bill Whitaker reports on some of the leading efforts.
Whistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities -- knowing that people were dying -- and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA's efforts to stop it
The renowned wildlife photographer shows 60 Minutes what goes into his iconic pictures
The "National Geographic" photographer shows 60 Minutes how his shots come together and why he started his Photo Ark project