In unaired footage from 2001, Kobe Bryant and other Laker legends told 60 Minutes why he was destined to become a basketball superstar.
Friends at 60 Minutes pay tribute to producer Katy Textor, who died before finishing her last story, a profile on jazz musician Matthew Whitaker.
When Matthew Whitaker and Davell Crawford happened upon each other at New Orleans Jazz Fest, it led to magic on the ivories.
This week on 60 Minutes: Anderson Cooper talks with Bernie Sanders about the state of his campaign, Scott Pelley reports on the search for justice for victims of MH17 and jazz prodigy Matthew Whitaker shows off his extraordinary musical talent.
After flight MH17 was shot down, an open-source investigation by Bellingcat uncovered evidence that led back to a Russian military brigade. Here's how they did it.
"This wasn't a plane crash... this was murder," producer Henry Schuster said about the Malaysia Airlines flight which went down in 2014 in Ukraine.
The Democratic presidential hopeful spoke with Anderson Cooper about Donald Trump, Fidel Castro, universal childcare and a host of other topics. Here are some of the notable moments.
Part of the plane that was carrying 298 people on MH17 has been pieced together again after it was shot out of the sky in 2014. It's given investigators a clear look at how the flight was shot down.
In interviews from 1988 and 2020, Stephen Sondheim tells 60 Minutes why he never liked "I Feel Pretty" and why it's not in the 2020 "West Side Story" revival.
Three koalas have been named in honor of the American firefighters killed in a plane crash fighting the Australian bushfires. Ian, Rick, and Paul were named by a koala conservationist that lost his home and sanctuary in the blaze.
Stephen Sondheim tells 60 Minutes why some songs in "West Side Story" make him look away.
Malcolm Turnbull, a political conservative who served as Australia's prime minister up until August of 2018, was bounced out of office by the right-wing of his own party largely over his support for cutting carbon emissions.
Journalists at 60 Minutes are accustomed to covering news around the world, but a recent report hit close to home for one team.
Two miles below Earth's surface, scientists found animal life in a South African gold mine. They wonder: If life can exist there, could it exist on Mars?
To film this week's story about the last eagle hunters of Mongolia, 60 Minutes cameramen needed patience and ingenuity.
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"
The 60 Minutes team went above the Arctic Circle to report a story on permafrost and climate change. Then the pesky bugs came out
The best-selling author and YouTube star wants to "decrease world suck." Here's why millions of teenagers are helping him do it
60 Minutes cameraman Mark LaGanga explains what happened as he filmed this week's story on wildlife photographer Joel Sartore
Bob Simon, one of the most respected American foreign correspondents, died five years ago at age 73. Here is a look back at his work.
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic.
60 Minutes looks back at Kirk Douglas's two appearances on the broadcast.
In a 1991 60 Minutes profile on Rush Limbaugh, the then-rising radio star discussed what drives him to succeed and why he courts controversy.
Three Super Bowl MVP quarterbacks tell 60 Minutes their stories about the big game we are publishing for the very first time.
In 1978, Morley Safer visited Auschwitz through the eyes of a survivor, a singer whose voice kept her alive.
Kobe Bryant, retired Los Angeles Lakers superstar, died Sunday at the age of 41. In 2001, 60 Minutes spoke with Bryant about his childhood love of basketball.