"60 Minutes" goes to China to confront "Gordon Jin" who the U.S. government says is manufacturing fentanyl that's killing Americans
The longtime journalist died Tuesday of complications from breast cancer. Stahl remembers her as "the best sister you could ever have."
To raise awareness of this little-known disease, a "60 Minutes" team realized "you sort of have to see somebody in the throes of it"
Some are politically outspoken; some just want to create beauty. This week, Mark Bradford is the latest artist to appear on the broadcast
Only 29 minutes passed between the two World Trade Center towers falling. CBS News photojournalist Mark LaGanga captured the eerie scene up close
Correspondent Anderson Cooper wanted to get a feel for the water as he and his producer profiled surfer Garrett McNamara for this week's 60 Minutes. The record-breaking waves in Nazare, Portugal aren't for the average surfer though, so Cooper and McNamara improvised.
Ballistics tests show how lethal a wound from an AR-15 style rifle can be. Now there's a campaign to teach civilians how to be first responders in mass shootings
60 Minutes producers clear up misconceptions about the concentration of litter — including plastic — in the ocean between California and Hawaii
Ransomware locks up a victim's files until money is paid. Here's how to protect your data and avoid an attack on your computer network
In her 60s, the Laysan albatross has seen a lot in her years on Midway Atoll—including a world before plastics
"60 Minutes" pulls four musical notes out of a hat, and young composer Alma Deutscher takes off, improvising a piano solo in under a minute
It took a month for a migrant in a wheelchair and his family to travel to McAllen, Texas. Why did they make the trip?
"I was coming down the street, and I see this 6'8" guy dressed as a house painter," says Cooper. Turns out, it was artist Mark Bradford, a former hair stylist whose artworks can sell for millions
Steve Kroft tells the story behind the story about some of his memorable reports
Steve Kroft takes viewers off the coast of Scotland to a craggy island, which he calls "an ungroomed masterpiece of nature"
How do you report on an attack that you can’t see? 60 Minutes producers say they approached it with skepticism
After a devastating ALS diagnosis, former NFL player Tim Green cries "tears of joy" and calls himself "fortunate," echoing Lou Gehrig's farewell speech
In a candid interview with 60 Minutes Overtime, the correspondent and anchor shares his own experience with grief & explains how it informs his work
Steve Kroft says Shon Hopwood's journey from convicted bank robber to Georgetown law professor is "one of the most compelling stories" he's ever reported on 60 Minutes
After 30 years, the veteran correspondent says goodbye to "60 Minutes." From investigations to adventures, here are some of his favorite reports
Doctors, distributors, drug lobbyists, the FDA — who is responsible for the scourge of opioid addictions? "60 Minutes" has spent two years investigating
"60 Minutes" got a look at how the chef and an army of volunteers serve hurricane victims after Maria devastated Puerto Rico in 2017
Before big wave surfer GMac, 60 Minutes profiled another famous name in wave riding — surfboard maker Hobie Alter
Toni Morrison, author of great American novels such as "Beloved" and "Sula," has died. She spoke with Ed Bradley on 60 Minutes in 1998
The broadcast has been covering Japan's nuclear accident since it occurred in 2011. The latest report: robots aiding in the cleanup of nuclear fuel
In 1989, Kroft reported on a potential shortage of nurses and doctors due to the growing fear of contracting the virus that causes AIDS