With no strings, rules or conditions, the Housing First model aims to address homelessness by focusing on core issue of providing shelter
Lesley Stahl interviews YouTube's CEO, Anderson Cooper reports on Seattle's homeless crisis and Scott Pelley visits Lalibela
With the country's prime minister indicating he will step down, here's a look at what's happened since 60 Minutes' 2018 report on Malta
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act gives tech companies broad leeway over the content users post on their sites. Should it?
60 Minutes finds over 300 video ads for President Trump were taken down, mostly over the summer, for violating company policy
In a denied Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, 60 Minutes asked the FBI and DOJ to unmask a 2016 candidate who asked for and received hacked information on their opponent
Politico Senior Writer Marc Caputo says the decision to use excerpts from Russian-hacked documents during the 2016 election was justified because the information was true and newsworthy.
One's son was killed in Aurora. One's friend was killed in Columbine. Now two Colorado state representatives disagree on how to prevent future mass shootings
U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Demers tells 60 Minutes the 2016 Russian election hack was "certainly looking to hurt Hillary Clinton."
Sesame Workshop and International Rescue Committee are collaborating to teach children how to handle tough emotions. The new Sesame edition is being made with refugee kids in mind
After Thursday's school shooting in Santa Clarita, California, Washington faces renewed questions about national progress on gun control
"A bad, un-peaceful outcome here would be bad for everybody, including the Chinese," Jamie Dimon tells 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl about Hong Kong protests
This week on 60 Minutes, correspondent Lesley Stahl and producer Shari Finkelstein revisit a story they originally reported in 2009. It's one of several follow-ups they've done on the broadcast
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic
60 Minutes traveled to China, where the future of the giant panda species depends on round-the-clock care of its tiniest cubs
60 Minutes correspondent Bill Whitaker has seen how the press is treated differently since he first reported from the island nation 30 years ago
How do you tell a rodeo story for 60 Minutes? For correspondent Bill Whitaker, the first step was learning to ride a horse
60 Minutes' newest correspondent talks about his path to the broadcast and why "the art of the interview" is one of his favorite things in journalism
To film this week's story about the last eagle hunters of Mongolia, 60 Minutes cameramen needed patience and ingenuity
In 2009, Lesley Stahl reported on promising research that allows scientists to get a glimpse at human thoughts. Sunday, 60 Minutes will report on the research progress over the last ten years.
Will the president be impeached? Pelley looks back at the when the country was asking that question in 1998 and compares it to today
In June, 60 Minutes reported on the use of SGB in treating PTSD in veterans. A new study further advanced the treatment's promise of a breakthrough
As Norah O'Donnell speaks to former Vice President on 60 Minutes Sunday, revisit his last appearance on the broadcast when he spoke to O'Donnell in October 2015 about his decision not to run for president in 2016
The late Democratic congressman talked to 60 Minutes in January about the lifetime of lessons he learned that shaped his perspective
Iranian women will be allowed to watch the country's men's national team in a World Cup qualifier, after being banned from attending men's games for 40 years
American finished behind Russia's Mariya Savinova, who was later disqualified for doping. "60 Minutes" reported on Russia's doping scandal in 2016