Steve Kroft interviews the controversial founder of WikiLeaks
Laszlo Hanyecz made what is believed to be the first real-world transaction involving cryptocurrency. He told "60 Minutes" why he did it
The founder of travel website The Points Guy explains how donated airline miles helped LGBT Chechnyans escape persecution and violence
"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
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"
This week on "60 Minutes," singer Tanya Tagaq performs a solo version of Inuit throat singing
It took a month for a migrant in a wheelchair and his family to travel to McAllen, Texas. Why did they make the trip?
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
A new war is taking place online — and the former head of national security at the Justice Department says Russia is the biggest threat
Golden State has experienced tremendous success under Kerr, whose life was altered when his father was killed 35 years ago
Star players from the Golden State Warriors sit down with Jon Wertheim for a rare 5-on-1 interview as they attempt to pull off a third consecutive NBA Championship title.
A "60 Minutes" team traveled to the deserted Alaskan island to see where a brutal battle played out during WWII. But first they had to get there
"60 Minutes" producer Andy Court talks about the mystery of bitcoin's inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto, and the challenges of reporting on cryptocurrency
"60 Minutes" producer Bob Anderson goes to China with hidden cameras to confront "Gordon Jin" who the U.S. government says is manufacturing fentanyl that is killing Americans
Inhabitants of the remote island stopped building the famous statues, called moai, centuries ago. But why?
In a candid interview with 60 Minutes Overtime, the correspondent and anchor shares his own experience with grief & explains how it informs his work
Where does Samuel L. Jackson get inspiration for his myriad of intense, memorable film characters? One clue: a comic book store
How do you report on an attack that you can’t see? 60 Minutes producers say they approached it with skepticism
Evidence in the Juliana v. United States suit shows that U.S. presidents have been warned about the effects of fossil fuels for more than 50 years
In 1987, Diane Sawyer profiled the world-renowned architect
The Israeli cyber-firm has been accused of developing spyware that can infiltrate smartphones. In March, 60 Minutes sat down with the CEO of NSO Group
Some are politically outspoken; some just want to create beauty. This week, Mark Bradford is the latest artist to appear on the broadcast
This week the broadcast reports on a lawsuit claiming drug makers colluded for profit. Last May, it reported one city's fight against high drug prices
This season, the broadcast has covered climate change from several angles. Here are some of them
A common surgical implant has generated the largest multi-district litigation since asbestos. 60 Minutes reports on one of the device's manufacturers, Boston Scientific, now facing 48,000 lawsuits
In 2006 when Ed Bradley asked how long he would play competitively, Tiger answered: "When my best isn't good enough to win anymore."