Two retired NYPD sergeants, now healthcare providers, continue to see health challenges among first responders twenty years after the terrorist attacks.
Only 29 minutes passed between the two World Trade Center towers falling. CBS News photojournalist Mark LaGanga captured the eerie scene up close
The children left behind, the World Trade Center site frozen in time, the band accompanying endless funerals: A look back at the memorable 9/11 stories told on 60 Minutes.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
An innovative type of gene therapy is being used to attempt to cure sickle cell anemia. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
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.
Bill Whitaker reports on the Pentagon projects that helped combat COVID-19 and may help end pandemics forever.
Seventy-five percent of semiconductors, or microchips — the tiny operating brains in just about every modern device — are manufactured in Asia. Lesley Stahl talks with leading-edge chip manufacturers, TSMC and Intel, about the global chip shortage and the future of the industry.
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.
On September 11, 2001, 343 members of the Fire Department of New York perished while trying to rescue people trapped in the World Trade Center. Scott Pelley speaks with firefighters who were there th...