60 Minutes travels to the remote California desert, home of Deep Springs College, for a different type of remote learning.
As deepfakes become pervasive, it will be essential to prove which videos are authentic.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told 60 Minutes that he sees family reunification as a humanitarian issue and not a political one.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
As 60 Minutes begins its 54th season, take a look at what's coming up for America's most-watched news program.
The International Rescue Committee and Sesame Workshop are teaming up on a major new effort to help young Syrian refugee children, including a new Sesame show in Arabic.
Nearly a half-century after the last Apollo astronaut stepped foot on the moon, NASA is working to send its first woman to the lunar surface. Bill Whitaker reports.
Frances Haugen says in her time with Facebook she saw, "conflicts of interest between what was good for the public and what was good for Facebook." Scott Pelley reports.
Liz Cheney tells Lesley Stahl about running for re-election as an anti-Trump Republican in Wyoming, as her own party there has called for her resignation, and joining the House Select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riot.
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 legendary wildlife filmmaker tells Anderson Cooper why urgent action on climate change is crucial and why we need to save nature in order to save ourselves.
How synthetic media, or deepfakes, could soon change our world; Reuniting families separated at the border; Deep Springs College: Higher education on a remote ranch.