Steve Kroft takes viewers off the coast of Scotland to a craggy island, which he calls "an ungroomed masterpiece of nature"
After 30 years and 500 stories, Steve Kroft is retiring from "60 Minutes." Lesley Stahl interviews her longtime colleague, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
Ransomware locks up a victim's files until money is paid. Here's how to protect your data and avoid an attack on your computer network
60 Minutes producers clear up misconceptions about the concentration of litter — including plastic — in the ocean between California and Hawaii
A counterintelligence official tells 60 Minutes that no one should expect electronic privacy when it comes to China or Chinese-owned companies
"60 Minutes" pulls four musical notes out of a hat, and young composer Alma Deutscher takes off, improvising a piano solo in under a minute
Two miles below Earth's surface, scientists found animal life in a South African gold mine. They wonder: If life can exist there, could it exist on Mars?
Somehow the correspondent keeps ending up reporting from underground. There's just one problem: He can be claustrophobic
Want to order a pizza with your mind? Wear an exoskeleton to help you run? The MIT Media Lab may make it possible
The broadcast has been covering Japan's nuclear accident since it occurred in 2011. The latest report: robots aiding in the cleanup of nuclear fuel
The billionaire hedge fund manager says his guidelines are the key to his company's success. But do employees really want "radical truthfulness"?
More than eight years after one of the worst nuclear disasters in history, towns around Japan's nuclear power plant struggle to rebuild