60 Minutes first met the CEO in 2008. In an interview with Lesley Stahl this week, he admits that back then, he thought Tesla would likely fail
Green says a performance by opera star Denyce Graves motivated him to become a singer. Graves spoke to 60 Minutes in 1996
60 Minutes has been asking: What impact do mobile devices have on the brain? The most recent report goes inside a groundbreaking study of young minds
Elon Musk tells 60 Minutes that he had to buy his car company's name—and gives Lesley Stahl the pronunciation of "Tesla"
Some of the most noteworthy moments from Lesley Stahl's chat with the Tesla CEO
Presidents Clinton and Bush share memories of the late president with 60 Minutes
60 Minutes captures the moment a mother sees her young daughter after nearly 4 months of being apart
Aaron Sorkin and Jeff Daniels tell 60 Minutes how the theme of racial injustice resonates today—and the emotional scene not included in Sorkin's play
More than 7 years after one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, towns around Japan's nuclear power plant struggle to rebuild
Theo Haskins describes saving her son, Mitch Blain, from an opioid overdose with the powerful drug, naloxone
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic
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?
The 60 Minutes team has been covering wildfires in the west for years. They explain how they find facts while being sensitive to the dead and missing
After a devastating ALS diagnosis, former NFL player Tim Green cries "tears of joy" and calls himself "fortunate," echoing Lou Gehrig's farewell speech
Twins and Seattle Seahawk teammates, the brothers made a pledge as children that has impacted their lives ever since. So what did they promise?
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
How did a faithful assistant become a moral objector? For Siobhan O'Connor, the process was gradual — but soon became imperative
Holly Williams returns to Raqqa, Syria to report what it looks like when a so-called caliphate crumbles
The Beatle also talks about worrying, songwriting, and how even his famous bandmate was insecure
In remembrance of the president, who died Friday at the age of 94, 60 Minutes looks back at some of his appearances on the broadcast
In 2007, 60 Minutes began reporting on the enormous change happening in forest fires. Why have the infernos become 10 times bigger than usual fires?
The chess champ told Bob Simon in 2012 that, if he loses even one game, he wants revenge. Carlsen defended his title Wednesday
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
Feast on four videos from holidays past with Rooney's sharpest comments about Thanksgiving absurdity
In an interview with 60 Minutes, Stan Lee talked about creating Spider-Man — and why the superhero almost never came to be
As the trial begins for the notorious Mexican drug lord, 60 Minutes revisits reports of his capture, his escape — and how he was finally caught again