For seven minutes NASA's $2.5 billion rover Perseverance will attempt to land itself on an unexplored section of Mars.
Most people with COVID-19 produce antibodies that help fight the disease. Their blood plasma could help patients still struggling to survive.
In a bombshell 2011 report, Armstrong's former teammate Tyler Hamilton told Scott Pelley he watched Armstrong take performance-enhancing drugs.
The search for a vaccine, the effect on the economy, the stories of people who have lost loved ones and more.
This week on 60 Minutes: Inside the plasma therapy doctors are using to treat COVID-19; Then, Lesley Stahl reports on the Tijuana River spilling raw sewage in California; And, NASA readies to launch a new rover to Mars in search of past life.
In 2011, 60 Minutes met a pair of homeless Florida teenagers surviving the Great Recession in a van their father bought on Craigslist. An update on where they are now.
As President Trump calls for negative rates, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell tells 60 Minutes the central bank won't lower interest rates below zero.
Former director of HHS's BARDA, Rick Bright, tells Norah O'Donnell his removal is a "significant setback" in the nation's effort to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Burr is under investigation for selling stock prior to the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Amazon employee tells 60 Minutes that, by her count, at least 600 "Amazonians" nationwide have tested positive for COVID-19.
Because many rural Texans can't depend on telehealth, they must seek in-person care—often in counties without a hospital.
A 60 Minutes investigation follows the money from President Trump's $28 billion trade war bailout for agriculture.
Stories from three grieving families of COVID-19 victims: "I didn't say goodbye because I didn't think it was goodbye."
The Chairman of the Federal Reserve seldom gives interviews, but Ben Bernanke and Jerome Powell have both granted them to Scott Pelley in trying times for the U.S. economy.
Faulty allegations led to cutting $3.7 million dollars to ecologists studying coronaviruses. The ramifications may be felt in future pandemics.
"After two weeks at home in bed, weak, fighting pneumonia, and really scared, I went to the hospital. I found an overworked, nearly overwhelmed staff."
Ford and GM converted factories to produce medical supplies and ventilators when the coronavirus pandemic began.
"He went out exactly with the cool of a jazz man." Wynton Marsalis recalls his father, musician Ellis Marsalis. He died from complications of COVID-19.
"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.
A Dutch meteorologist tells 60 Minutes why there is a less than a 10% chance the Elfstedentocht ever happens again.
This week, J.K. Rowling released chapters of "The Ickabog," a new children's fairy tale she wrote. 60 Minutes met the author back in 1999, when she spelled out the secrets behind creating Harry Potter's magical world.
As SpaceX prepares to launch humans into orbit for first time, revisit Elon Musk's 2012 interview with 60 Minutes' Scott Pelley.
On this Memorial Day, as we honor current health care workers on the frontlines battling coronavirus, a look back at combat nurses who served during the Vietnam War.
In 2005, Michael Jordan appeared on 60 Minutes for his first major television interview after his retirement from professional basketball.
In 1985, the rock 'n' roll icon spoke with Ed Bradley about his songs, his beginnings and some of the soon-to-be famous stars he met along the way.
An excerpt from Morley Safer's 1977 "An American Tragedy" about the 1970 events at Kent State University -- and how a future CBS photographer captured an indelible historical image.
In a 2005 interview, Michael Jordan told 60 Minutes what he did after losing a game of golf at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.