A new war is taking place online—and the former head of national security at the Justice Department says Russia is the biggest threat
Inhabitants of the remote island stopped building the famous statues, called moai, centuries ago. But why?
In 2006 when Ed Bradley asked how long he would play competitively, Tiger answered: "When my best isn't good enough to win anymore."
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.
Golden State has experienced tremendous success under Kerr, whose life was altered when his father was killed 35 years ago
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
The billionaire hedge fund manager says his guidelines are the key to his company's success. But do employees really want "radical truthfulness"?
A rehabilitation-based program at a maximum security prison is relying on older, respected inmates serving life sentences to help 18 to 25 year-old inmates prepare for life beyond prison walls
Tempted to put money down on your favorite team, but don't know where to begin? Now that sports betting is legal, here's what you need to know
The "60 Minutes" team went above the Arctic Circle to report a story on permafrost and climate change. Then the pesky bugs came out
60 Minutes producer Katy Textor talks about an investment fund resurrecting jobs in hard-hit areas. One company's solution? Hire recovering addicts
60 Minutes reported on a gene therapy trial that may be a cure for patients living with the bone-crushing pain of sickle cell disease. Here's how to join
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
An unassuming couple from Michigan, the Selbees spent their retirement gaming the lottery. Their story might be coming to a theater near you
Egyptian officials tried to stop 60 Minutes from airing a tough interview with President Sisi. Producers tell the backstory
More of 60 Minutes' interview with Andrew McCabe. Plus, Overtime reaction from Scott Pelley
Lesley Stahl first profiled Nancy Pelosi in 2006, before she became Speaker of the House of Representatives
Back in 2004, Hollings sat down with Mike Wallace and explained why he was retiring from the Senate. Hollings died last weekend
Back in 2000, Steve Kroft met Bell, who was facing 35-years-to-life in prison for stealing a bicycle. After 19 years in prison, Bell was just released
A prison in Connecticut is taking cues from Germany, where inmates do yoga and have keys to their cells. 60 Minutes reported on it in 2016
In 1981, Andy Rooney visited the Louisville Slugger factory to see how baseball bats are made
In 1989, an Exxon tanker spilled millions of gallons of toxic oil into Alaska's Prince William Sound. 60 Minutes reported on its aftermath years later
A 2015 60 Minutes investigation found the company falsely claimed its flooring complied with acceptable limits for formaldehyde emissions