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.
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
The serial killer has confessed to 93 murders. The FBI now needs help identifying his victims to provide answers in unsolved cases
Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb in Malta in 2017. Now major news organizations have formed The Daphne Project to continue her reporting.
60 Minutes reported on a gene therapy trial that may be a cure for patients living with the bone-crushing pain of sickle cell disease.
Sesame Workshop and International Rescue Committee are collaborating to teach children how to handle tough emotions. The new Sesame edition is being made with refugee kids in mind.
How do you tell a rodeo story for 60 Minutes? For correspondent Bill Whitaker, the first step was learning to ride a horse.
After flight MH17 was shot down, an open-source investigation by Bellingcat uncovered evidence that led back to a Russian military brigade. Here's how they did it.
Inhabitants of the remote island stopped building the famous statues, called moai, centuries ago. But why?
To film this week's story about the last eagle hunters of Mongolia, 60 Minutes cameramen needed patience and ingenuity.
More from the 60 Minutes interview, including his feelings about eventual retirement, how he rallies when he's down—and what the deal is with his water bottles.
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.