Since joining CBS News in Paris in 1971, the consummate broadcast journalist has earned 19 Emmys and many other awards for his coverage of wars, politics, and personalities.
Much honored for his investigative reporting, Steve Kroft reported for CBS News from Latin America and the Caribbean before joining 60 Minutes in 1989.
Lara Logan joined CBS News as a correspondent in May 2002 and also contributes to 60 Minutes. She is based in CBS News' London bureau.
The former CBS News' chief White House correspondent has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since 1999.
The "hardest-working man in broadcast journalism" takes on his latest assignment in a career that began more than 40 years ago in Dallas.
His body of work covering more than 40 years of journalistic accomplishments has been recognized with the George Polk career achievement award.
The most honored journalist in international reporting joined 60 Minutes in 1996.
She covered the administrations of three American presidents and hosted Face the Nation before joining the 60 Minutes team in 1991.
His no-holds-barred interviewing technique and enterprising reportage are well known, and his interview subjects are a "who's who" list.
His unique television essays have made Andy Rooney "the most felicitous non-fiction writer in television," and its most honored.
Jeffrey Fager was named executive producer of 60 Minutes in 2004. He previously was executive producer of 60 Minutes II, which debuted in January 1999.
Don Hewitt is the creator of 60 Minutes, and was executive producer of the show for 36 years.