In 60 Minutes' first season, Mike Wallace talked with then-presidential candidate Richard Nixon, who said, "I hope to restore respect to the presidency"
In a 1993 interview, Hefner told 60 Minutes why he savored life and how his "typically American" upbringing made him who he was
As 60 Minutes heads into its 50th season, we look back at the very first episode. The style of the broadcast has evolved, but the mission remains the same
President Trump pardoned former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio. When 60 Minutes met him, he was "the meanest man in the West," enforcing tough punishment
"The next time you put your underwear in the washing machine, take the agitator out, and all you're going to end up with is some dirty, wet drawers."
Producers, editors, and cameramen choose a favorite piece from the 60 Minutes archive and share their personal stories of reporting and shooting in the field
H-1B visa creator says the program has been "hijacked" to take American jobs. But a 60 Minutes story from 1993 shows the program had problems from the start
Mike Wallace's story about the rise and fall --- and rise again -- of a glorious performer, Barbara Cook, who died this week at 89
Rooney claimed to be "one of the most experienced ice cream eaters in the world," so in 1982 he gave 60 Minutes viewers a lesson on making it
Classical musicians from Venezuela's "El Sistema" music program are rising up against the government that sponsors it
Led by coach Bob Hurley, the school was home to one of the most successful programs in high school basketball. 60 Minutes told Hurley's story in 2011
In March, 60 Minutes told the story of 33 lions rescued and airlifted to South Africa. Last week, poachers broke into their sanctuary and killed two