After a devastating ALS diagnosis, former NFL player Tim Green cries "tears of joy" and calls himself "fortunate," echoing Lou Gehrig's farewell speech
Twins and Seattle Seahawk teammates, the brothers made a pledge as children that has impacted their lives ever since. So what did they promise?
Ballistics tests show how lethal a wound from an AR-15 style rifle can be. Now there's a campaign to teach civilians how to be first responders in mass shootings
Holly Williams returns to Raqqa, Syria to report what it looks like when a so-called caliphate crumbles
How did a faithful assistant become a moral objector? For Siobhan O'Connor, the process was gradual — but soon became imperative
Genetic genealogy, a new frontier in criminology, uses DNA to crack cold cases. Would you have a problem if yours were used?
From running with passengers to filming a wannabe Jimi Hendrix, shooting the sights and sounds of the subway was challenging—and a whole lot of fun
To film this week's story about the last eagle hunters of Mongolia, 60 Minutes cameramen needed patience and ingenuity
Lesley Stahl talks about sparring with the president and the changes she's seen in Donald Trump over the course of three interviews
60 Minutes cameraman Mark LaGanga explains what happened as he filmed this week's story on wildlife photographer Joel Sartore
The best-selling author and YouTube star wants to "decrease world suck." Here's why millions of teenagers are helping him do it
A conversation with 60 Minutes about media coverage of the rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes and her hot startup, Theranos