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
The Beatle also talks about worrying, songwriting, and how even his famous bandmate was insecure
The freshman congresswoman is often at odds with her own party. She told 60 Minutes she focuses on goals, not allies
Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb in Malta in 2017. Now major news organizations have formed The Daphne Project to continue her reporting
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
To treat his PTSD, the Medal of Honor recipient turns to an injection in his neck. 60 Minutes first met Meyer in 2011
From songwriting inspiration to how he finds new music, hear more from the former Beatle
The rookie congresswoman talks with Anderson Cooper about being branded a "flamethrower" and getting into a social media spat with Donald Trump Jr.
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
The chair of the Federal Reserve discusses the impact of low mobility and the "legacy of slavery" — and how the Fed can address it
After interviewing Fed Chair Jerome Powell, Scott Pelley reflects on his 60 Minutes interview with former Fed Chair Ben Bernanke in 2009
Laszlo Hanyecz made what is believed to be the first real-world transaction involving cryptocurrency. He told "60 Minutes" why he did it
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"
"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
Lesley Stahl reports on a man making new biofuels. He's the latest inventor 60 Minutes has profiled whose products were famous, even if they weren't
Back in 2004, the 60 Minutes commentator, who had been a war correspondent during WWII, remembered what he saw on Utah Beach 75 years ago
On the 30th anniversary of the bloody uprising, here's a look back at Mike Wallace's report on a secret document that exposed the Chinese government
500 years after Leonardo da Vinci's death, a look back at the search for the artist's lost painting, "The Battle of Anghiari"
Steve Kroft interviews the controversial founder of WikiLeaks
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