A look back at how 60 Minutes has reported on the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Children who lost parents to COVID-19 share remembrances, offer advice to others who have lost a parent to the coronavirus.
Mouaz Moustafa received thousands of photographs of civilians, allegedly tortured to death by the Assad regime, and shared them for the world to see.
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
60 Minutes+ spoke to some of the allies left behind in Afghanistan after helping American soldiers for years. These are their stories.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
Sharyn Alfonsi gets a lesson from senior Kabrel Johnson and 8th grader Lawrence Honore of the St. Augustine High School Marching Band, the self-proclaimed "Best Band in the Land."
The Biden Administration imposed sanctions on Russia, ordered new cybersecurity standards for federal contracts with software companies, and chose the nation's first National Cyber Director.
James Corden tells Bill Whitaker what he would have done differently in school, what he's optimistic about, and the thing he thinks more people should know.
Lesley Stahl tells 60 Minutes Overtime that talking with Ben Ferencz, the last surviving prosecutor at Nuremberg, "felt like a privilege."
Gold-medalist American gymnast Simone Biles tells Sharyn Alfonsi what she's optimistic about, what lesson she learned watching sports documentaries, and how many moves in gymnastics are named after her.
How do you report on an attack that you can’t see? 60 Minutes producers say they approached it with skepticism.
Prosecutors say the testimony of Judeah Reynolds, nine years old when she witnessed the murder of George Floyd, offered important perspective for jurors.
The home of Barry Goldwater and John McCain, Arizona has long been a red state. John Dickerson on why some of its Republicans are now saying they will vote for Joe Biden.
This week on 60 Minutes, Bill Whitaker reports on the successful repopulation of the American grizzly bear.
Iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld tells 60 Minutes how much he values longevity and details the three places where he plans to perform after the COVID-19 pandemic.
LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron shows 60 Minutes the Tigers' recruiting process and explains why he punches himself in the face before big games.
The serial killer has confessed to 93 murders. The FBI now needs help identifying his victims to provide answers in unsolved cases
This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent Lesley Stahl and producer Shari Finkelstein revisit a story they originally reported in 2009. It's one of several follow-ups they've done on the broadcast
"All I asked in the piece was that we take a moment for those who are feeling grief and sorrow," Dickerson said about his Atlantic magazine article. Dickerson also spoke about it this week on 60 Minutes.
To mark this Earth Day, 60 Minutes looks back on our reporting on climate change and the environment over the years.
In 2011, Eli Broad spoke with 60 Minutes about his efforts to give away 75% of his wealth before he died. Broad passed away this week at 87.
60 Minutes extensively covered the fallout of Bernie Madoff's historic Ponzi scheme, interviewing his family, a whistleblower, and the fraud's asset recovery team.
Thirty years ago, Lesley Stahl made her debut on 60 Minutes, reporting on a black market for babies that was flourishing in Romania.
In 2002, Ed Bradley profiled Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson. This week 60 Minutes speaks with Viola Davis about her role in the film "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," which is based on the play by Wilson.
In 2009, 60 Minutes reported on how deceased celebrities continue to generate income after they have passed.
On the 45th anniversary of the founding of Apple, a look back at the 2011 profile of Steve Jobs, which aired just weeks after his death.