Dr. Anthony Fauci addresses the question on many peoples' minds: How long will we have to wear masks?
"Is it, in your mind worth your life?" Three years later, Lesley Stahl re-asks the Russian opposition leader if the recent assassination attempt has changed his perspective.
From Sarah Palin to the Freedom Caucus, the Republican strategists explain how their party became unrecognizable to them—and whether they would have supported Bernie Sanders.
When Matthew Whitaker and Davell Crawford happened upon each other at New Orleans Jazz Fest, it led to magic on the ivories.
Friends at 60 Minutes pay tribute to producer Katy Textor, who died before finishing her last story, a profile on jazz musician Matthew Whitaker.
The Lincoln Project's Keith Edwards on how the PAC has generated viral social media success, and whether what he's doing is trolling.
The worst effects of climate change don't have to happen, scientists say. But humans' actions in the near future will determine if they do.
Meade pushed to re-enfranchise more than a million Floridians convicted of felonies. The deferral of his pardon points to a clemency system that's been called "broken."
Eighteen years after declining to take a hard stance in his first profile on 60 Minutes, Sir David Attenborough warns about the dangers of climate change.
Pennsylvania law prevents election officials from processing mail-in ballots before election day. A Philadelphia official calls for change to avoid delayed results.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday, and the nation suffered one more loss in a year replete with them. Bill Whitaker ends the broadcast with a note about the woman's rights pioneer.
Restrictions on poll monitoring activity have been lifted for the first presidential election since 1980, raising fears of voter intimidation.