In 2010, Justice Stevens gave Scott Pelley a tour of the Supreme Court and spoke about some of its biggest cases
After escaping prison twice, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán may be sent to ADX Florence, the nation's most secure "Supermax" prison
The best-selling author and YouTube star wants to "decrease world suck." Here's why millions of teenagers are helping him do it
Today, he's a best-selling author and YouTube star. But Green wasn't always so successful
In a 2005 interview, former astronaut Neil Armstrong discussed how it felt to walk on the moon, and why he shunned the fame that came from it
Venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee explains the promise and peril of artificial intelligence in the world's most populous country
Mike Moore explains how he got a $20 billion settlement to help pay for the Gulf oil spill. Now he wants to do the same with opioid manufacturers
The "60 Minutes" team went above the Arctic Circle to report a story on permafrost and climate change. Then the pesky bugs came out
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 street artist JR has brought his trademark oversized photographs to an abandoned immigrants' hospital, but there's more than meets the eye
Lesley Stahl tells 60 Minutes Overtime that talking with Ben Ferencz, the last surviving prosecutor at Nuremberg, "felt like a privilege"
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
Morley Safer interviewed the brash billionaire during his first bid for president in 1992
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