Famous novelist John le Carré shares his writing tips with 60 Minutes, including how he avoids "fuzzy endings" and why he makes verbs do all the work
Executive producer Jeff Fager gives viewers a personal tour to celebrate 50 seasons of 60 Minutes
John le Carré, one of the world's most famous spy novelists, reads from his celebrated works, including his newest novel "A Legacy of Spies"
Images of the moments and people who have shaped 60 Minutes for 50 seasons
To celebrate 50 seasons on air, the broadcast is ending each week with a classic 60 Minutes moment. Here's a look at them
60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan has reported from Afghanistan over the last 16 years. But this time, she says, was different
Nuclear programs are usually secretive – so why did North Korea brag about theirs to an American scientist?
Researchers are trying to prevent and treat CTE, the brain disease caused by repetitive head trauma – including combat blasts. Here's how vets can help
A monk from Minnesota travels the world to preserve ancient documents. Here's a look at what he's saved from war, weather and other forces of nature
Recovered debris from a North Korean rocket revealed parts made by a major company in the West—how does the rogue state get Western parts?
60 Minutes cameraman Don Lee explains the challenges -- and rewards -- of capturing the moment an endangered rhino is airlifted to safety
60 Minutes correspondent Anderson Cooper and producer Michael Gavshon explain what inspired them to do this week's profile on the 82-year-old actor
A candid conversation with 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager about "Whisky Island"-- the story that almost didn't air
This week, 60 Minutes celebrates its 50 seasons on air. Here's a look back at some of the stories correspondents remember most
60 Minutes gets an up-close, 3D view of the Martian landscape through virtual reality. See what it looks like to walk the surface of the red planet
Now 97, Ben Ferencz wept remembering what he saw in Nazi concentration camps, but he tells 60 Minutes how he manages to stay hopeful in life
60 Minutes had already interviewed Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza when news broke that he was in the hospital again. Poisoned, he says, for speaking out against the Kremlin
This week, 60 Minutes profiles an organization that has made wishes come true for more than 35 years. Here's how viewers can contribute
The 60 Minutes team discovers that Dr. B's chess lessons are about more than kings and queens. They're about winning graciously—and learning from losing
Apple investors want the company to respond to youth phone dependence. Last spring, Anderson Cooper reported on the ways tech companies keep you hooked
Played on screen by Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep, the Washington Post's Ben Bradlee and Katharine Graham spoke with 60 Minutes in 1974
In 1986, the crotchety commentator made a few resolutions, he'd have you know. Among them: "Be nicer to some of the impossible jerks"
This week, the California governor talks climate change, but 41 years ago, the "tight-fisted" governor was focused on saving money
For "60 Minutes," Scott Pelley reflects on what he was told by parents of children murdered in Newtown, Connecticut five years ago
The Rolling Stones frontman appeared on 60 Minutes 23 years ago this week. In never-before-seen footage, Jagger talks about why he dresses the way he does
This week, 60 Minutes follows José Andrés as he feeds the citizens of the devastated island of Puerto Rico. How his cooking has changed since the broadcast first met him