Over six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants.
Anderson Cooper reports on the nerve-wracking Mars landing of the rover Perseverance, the painstaking process of launching the tiny helicopter Ingenuity, and the extraordinary images the two have alr...
Bill Whitaker reports on how decades of research show that racism is adversely affecting Black Americans' health in several different ways.
Bill Whitaker reports on the Pentagon projects that helped combat COVID-19 and may help end pandemics forever.
After years of trying, 60 Minutes cameras finally get a peek inside the workshop at Boston Dynamics, where robots move in ways once only thought possible in movies. Anderson Cooper reports.
Schools in Marietta, Georgia, have stayed open through some of their community's highest periods of coronavirus infection. John Dickerson reports on how the CDC studied coronavirus transmission withi...
New, mutated strains of the coronavirus are causing worry around the world as health officials race to vaccinate as many people as possible. Dr. Jon LaPook reports on why the new strains are popping ...
Sharyn Alfonsi reports on the unusual path fluvoxamine, a drug commonly used to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder, has had to becoming an early treatment candidate for COVID-19.
Jeff Zients, who fixed the troubled rollout of the Obamacare website, talks with Bill Whitaker about his new role in the Biden administration: getting COVID-19 vaccines to more people.
In the world of biotech, data is the new oil. That means the DNA you provide for a gene-alogy test could be shared in a market worth trillions. Jon Wertheim reports.
U.S. officials say the Chinese government is trying to collect Americans' DNA, and they believe a recent offer from a Chinese company for assistance in COVID-19 testing was suspicious. Jon Wertheim r...
Bill Whitaker reports on the scientists and advances in biotechnology behind a COVID-19 vaccine that could help end the pandemic.
Sutter Health is in the midst of a lawsuit for business practices that drove up health care prices for Californians.
Six years after our initial report, Lesley Stahl visits surviving members of the 90+ Study and finds out what scientists have learned from following the study's participants.
Doctors are still searching for answers to why a portion of people who were diagnosed with COVID-19 are still suffering symptoms months later. Anderson Cooper reports.
David Martin reports on the military efforts underway to inoculate 300 million Americans with an anticipated COVID-19 vaccine.