After only 13 years since the release of her first album, Taylor Swift has become a musical force of nature, with an armload of #1 hits, more Grammy Awards than The Rolling Stones, and (according to Forbes) the distinction of being the highest-paid celebrity on the planet. By any measure, an astonishing young woman. But there were times, she tells Tracy Smith, that being young, and a woman, has worked against her. She opens up to Smith about songwriting; her supportive family; critics and stalkers; the sale of her back catalog; and what the future looks like to her. She also invites Smith on the set of the new music video for her latest album, "Lover."
In the world of tennis, an athlete who is not among the highest-ranked is just barely scrimping by, living a nomadic life in second-rate hotels while competing in tournaments like the Little Rock Open Challenger. Senior contributor Ted Koppel looks at the human toll tennis takes on those competing on the professional circuit. He sits down with Noah Rubin (whose highest ranking was 125th in the world), who opens up about the grind of life on the road, and about the success of his Instagram page, Behind the Racquet, which tells the stories of those who have made tennis their careers.
Buenos Aires, Argentina, is the most-visited city in all of South America. And no visit is complete without a trip to La Boca, a colorful neighborhood that in the late 19th and early 20th centuries experienced a massive wave of Italian immigration. Today an estimated 62% of Argentinians claim some Italian heritage. Correspondent Conor Knighton gets a taste of Buenos Aires' best pizza, gelato and Italian liqueurs, and surveys the imprint that Italian immigrants had on Argentina's art and culture.
Barbara Van Cleve is 84, born and bred in Montana, and she still runs cattle with the best. She is also a photographer with a passion for chronicling the ranching life she learned as a child, especially the lives of ranch women. Barry Petersen reports.
He's a restaurateur, streetwear designer, TV show host, and author of "Fresh Off the Boat," his humorous 2013 memoir about growing up the eldest of three sons of Chinese immigrants that spawned a hit ABC sitcom. Eddie Huang talks with Mo Rocca about his disciplinarian parents, the myth of the "model minority," and pork buns.
Nearly 7,000 packed a convention hall across from Disneyland in California for the ultimate fan fest: Disney's biannual D23 convention
How cybercriminals hold data hostage... and why the best solution is often paying a ransom; Then, who's responsible for the opioid epidemic? Doctors or pharmaceutical companies?; And, Tim Green: Coping with the ALS he thinks was caused by the game he loves
Despite years of legal battles and protests, officials say Hawaii's highest peak — Mauna Kea — is the best spot for the $1.4 billion instrument
Controversial ex-sheriff in Arizona, 87, was pardoned by President Trump after being convicted of ignoring a court order to end traffic patrols targeting immigrants
Police drew their guns and fired a warning shot Sunday night after a group attacked them with sticks and rods, marking an escalation in the summerlong protests
The former Syracuse standout and Atlanta Falcon never shied away from acknowledging the dangers of football. Now, over 20 years after "60 Minutes" first met him, Green is suffering from a fatal ailment he may have seen coming. Steve Kroft reports.
A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
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Quinn Waters lives in a world all his own, but he's not lonely — not anymore
The speaker held the baby for his colleague, who had just come back from paternity leave after welcoming his son's birth
"If I had known I was going be eulogized, I'd have probably done the only decent thing and died for you," Cousy said
After seeing surveillance of Lucy being stolen, KHOU-TV reporter Matthew Dougherty made it his mission to find her
Bartholomeo "Bennie" Ficeto works two days a week and refuses to take a break — in fact, he wants to pick up an extra shift
Antonio Basco's SUV was stolen and wrecked hours after his wife's funeral, but a local car dealership stepped up to help in a big way