In February, 60 Minutes reported on a group of Nigerian women who survived being kidnapped, held captive and abused by Boko Haram. Last week, one of the survivors had surgery to help her walk again without a cane.
A confluence of factors has decimated coffee production in the Central American nation. Now farmers are looking elsewhere for jobs
From the archives: Falsely accused of setting off a bomb at the 1996 Olympics, the former security guard spoke twice with 60 Minutes
"This nuanced and newsmaking reporting looked at the Trump administration's policy of separating families at the Mexican border, from the poignant lens of aspiring immigrants going through it," Columbia Journalism School says in announcing honor.
With wildfires burning across California, take a look back at 60 Minutes' 2018 report, "Paradise Lost"
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
George Church's lab at Harvard Medical School is working to make humans immune to all viruses, eliminate genetic diseases and reverse the aging process. Scott Pelley reports on how close the geneticist's team is to a breakthrough.
YouTube's mission is to give everyone a voice, but the site's open platform has opened the door to hate. YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki tells Lesley Stahl what the company's doing about it
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