The former mayor of New Orleans took down a monument to the Confederate general. Who asked him to do it? Wynton Marsalis
After flight MH17 was shot down, an open-source investigation by Bellingcat uncovered evidence that led back to a Russian military brigade.
Stephen Sondheim tells 60 Minutes why some songs in "West Side Story" make him look away.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
"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.
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.
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.
Doctors tell 60 Minutes that patients should get multiple antibody tests to ensure an accurate result, but testing positive for antibodies may not mean prolonged, or any, immunity.
Many states are expanding access to mail-in balloting, making it easier for voters concerned about the coronavirus to avoid voting in person.
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?
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic.
A 60 Minutes investigation into the causes of the American opioid epidemic includes an examination of the tactics of one former top sales executive.
Almost a century after a White mob destroyed the Black section of town, Tulsa's racial divide persists.
Inhabitants of the remote island stopped building the famous statues, called moai, centuries ago. But why?
The Chairman of the Federal Reserve seldom gives interviews, but Ben Bernanke and Jerome Powell have both granted them to Scott Pelley in trying times for the U.S. economy.
Faulty allegations led to cutting $3.7 million dollars to ecologists studying coronaviruses. The ramifications may be felt in future pandemics.
"After two weeks at home in bed, weak, fighting pneumonia, and really scared, I went to the hospital. I found an overworked, nearly overwhelmed staff."
Ford and GM converted factories to produce medical supplies and ventilators when the coronavirus pandemic began.
"He went out exactly with the cool of a jazz man." Wynton Marsalis recalls his father, musician Ellis Marsalis. He died from complications of COVID-19.
"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.
From Alabama to Wisconsin, a look back at past 60 Minutes stories on racial injustice and policing as told on our broadcast in five different decades.
The film of "Hamilton" is being released this Friday. 60 Minutes' cameras were there when Lin-Manuel Miranda, Christopher Jackson, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Daveed Diggs and Thomas Kail spoke to high school students back in 2016.
Last fall, Bill Whitaker profiled the acclaimed Filipino journalist, who is known for her critical coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte.
Doctors, distributors, drug lobbyists, the FDA — who is responsible for the scourge of opioid addictions? 60 Minutes has spent three years investigating.
In 2004, 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley asked Bob Dylan about his songs that became anthems for a generation.
Holocaust survivor Anita Lasker-Wallfisch on how playing the cello saved her life in the Nazi concentration camps.
In 2011, 60 Minutes met a pair of homeless Florida teenagers surviving the Great Recession in a van their father bought on Craigslist. An update on where they are now.