Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad have been awarded for their work combating sexual violence as a weapon of war. 60 Minutes has spoken with them both.
From Alabama to Wisconsin, a look back at past 60 Minutes stories on racial injustice and policing as told on our broadcast in five different decades.
In 2004, 60 Minutes correspondent Ed Bradley asked Bob Dylan about his songs that became anthems for a generation.
Last fall, Bill Whitaker profiled the acclaimed Filipino journalist, who is known for her critical coverage of President Rodrigo Duterte.
As SpaceX prepares to launch humans into orbit for first time, revisit Elon Musk's 2012 interview with 60 Minutes' Scott Pelley.
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 Potte...
In a bombshell 2011 report, Armstrong's former teammate Tyler Hamilton told Scott Pelley he watched Armstrong take performance-enhancing drugs.
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 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.
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.
In 2005, Michael Jordan appeared on 60 Minutes for his first major television interview after his retirement from professional basketball.
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.