Boston Celtics' center Tacko Fall tells 60 Minutes about leaving Senegal at age 16 and becoming an NBA fan favorite eight years later.
The 60 Minutes team faced challenges reporting on the situation inside New York hospitals now that the city is a COVID-19 epicenter.
The popular researcher's lessons about shame, compassion, and vulnerability are especially relevant in these days of anxiety and social distancing.
Experts say nationwide restrictions may need to be in place until there is a vaccine to thwart the novel coronavirus. When might that be?
This week on 60 Minutes: Doctors on the front lines describe surge in coronavirus patients, Brené Brown on why people shouldn't associate vulnerability with weakness, and Jon Wertheim reports on middlemen luring African basketball players to U.S. with false promises.
While we may feel powerless over this threat, we are not. There are important things we can and must do – and right now.
Neel Kashkari ran the bailout program that helped pull the U.S. out of the Great Recession. Now he has advice as the coronavirus leads the U.S. into a new recession.
Doctors and scientists tell 60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker how their labs are working to blunt the spread of the deadly COVID-19 outbreak.
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells 60 Minutes which precautions don't work against coronavirus—and why a vaccine is still at least a year away.
Governor Andrew Cuomo spoke to 60 Minutes about measures he is considering to increase hospital capacity, including building a reserve of health care workers.
Friends at 60 Minutes pay tribute to producer Katy Textor, who died before finishing her last story, a profile on jazz musician Matthew Whitaker.
Did President Trump affect the outcome of Eddie Gallagher's case?
A Dutch meteorologist tells 60 Minutes why there is a less than a 10% chance the Elfstedentocht ever happens again.
After flight MH17 was shot down, an open-source investigation by Bellingcat uncovered evidence that led back to a Russian military brigade. Here's how they did it.
Journalists at 60 Minutes are accustomed to covering news around the world, but a recent report hit close to home for one team.
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?
To film this week's story about the last eagle hunters of Mongolia, 60 Minutes cameramen needed patience and ingenuity.
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"
The 60 Minutes team went above the Arctic Circle to report a story on permafrost and climate change. Then the pesky bugs came out
In 2017, 60 Minutes spoke with Ben Ferencz about his far-reaching message of peace for today's world.
In unaired footage from 2001, Kobe Bryant and other Laker legends told 60 Minutes why he was destined to become a basketball superstar.
On the eve of his retirement in 2001, the former CEO of G.E. spoke with Lesley Stahl about turning his company around, embracing the internet, and the reputation that earned him the nickname "Neutron Jack." Welch died Monday.
More than four decades ago, 60 Minutes reported, "Solar energy may be an idea whose time has come for all of us." Today, the Bahamas is turning to solar arrays to restore power after Hurricane Dorian
When asked why he didn't run for president in 2016, the former New York City mayor told 60 Minutes it would have been hard to get a party's nomination.
Bob Simon, one of the most respected American foreign correspondents, died five years ago at age 73. Here is a look back at his work.
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic.