60 Minutes contributor David Martin and producer Mary Walsh report on the January 2020 attack on American forces stationed in Iraq.
In 2005, Neil Armstrong spoke with 60 Minutes' Ed Bradley about the Apollo 11 mission that launched him into the pages of history.
U.S. troops that were stationed at Al Asad Airbase in Iraq are still feeling the effects from Iranian ballistic missiles more than one year later.
A look back at how 60 Minutes has reported on the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Federal Judge Salas's son Daniel was killed by a former plaintiff who previously appeared in front of the judge.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
Activist Mouaz Moustafa received thousands of photographs of civilians, allegedly tortured to death by the Assad regime, and shared them for the world to see. Now, he's collecting witnesses and evidence to hold the Assad regime accountable for alleged war crimes.
Gold-medalist American gymnast Simone Biles tells Sharyn Alfonsi what she's optimistic about, what lesson she learned watching sports documentaries, and how many moves in gymnastics are named after her.
The co-founder of Microsoft maintains his urgency toward solving the world's most challenging problems, including COVID-19, malaria, and climate change.
In the wake of the SolarWinds hack, cybersecurity experts told 60 Minutes that the U.S. must be willing to attack Russia and other adversaries, or the hacks will keep coming.
A 60 Minutes investigation examines the value of DNA data.
Robb Webb's voice is familiar to longtime viewers of 60 Minutes. He was associated with the broadcast for two decades.
60 Minutes speaks with Washington QB Alex Smith on his first season back on the NFL gridiron.
The home of Barry Goldwater and John McCain, Arizona has long been a red state. John Dickerson on why some of its Republicans are now saying they will vote for Joe Biden.
This week on 60 Minutes, Bill Whitaker reports on the successful repopulation of the American grizzly bear.
Iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld tells 60 Minutes how much he values longevity and details the three places where he plans to perform after the COVID-19 pandemic.
LSU head football coach Ed Orgeron shows 60 Minutes the Tigers' recruiting process and explains why he punches himself in the face before big games.
The serial killer has confessed to 93 murders. The FBI now needs help identifying his victims to provide answers in unsolved cases
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
"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.
In a 1991 60 Minutes profile on Rush Limbaugh, the then-rising radio star discussed what drives him to succeed and why he courts controversy.
In 1977, Flynt told Morley Safer, "Only two types of people really oppose pornography – people that either don't know what they're talking about, or the ones who don't know what they're missing."
When the Buccaneers' quarterback had won 3 Super Bowls, he told 60 Minutes his favorite Super Bowl ring was his "next one." On Sunday, he tries for his seventh win.
From 1992, Mike Wallace interviews the talk show host.
In 2001, Morley Safer reported on the controversy of who owns human genes, and whether they can be patented.
Lesley Stahl reports on the effort underway to preserve the stories of Holocaust survivors even after they pass away using artificial intelligence.
In 2006, Scott Pelley took viewers into the vast archive, which contained millions of Nazi Holocaust documents kept out of the public eye for more than 60 years.