ICYMI: A look back at Sunday's 60 Minutes

This week on 60 Minutes: In an economy devastated by coronavirus, business owners and employees struggle with the loss of revenue and jobs. And, Lesley Stahl reports on how Holocaust survivors will be able to share their stories after death thanks to a new project.

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Here's what you may have missed this week on 60 Minutes.

Sidelined by the coronavirus, business owners and newly unemployed Americans struggle to find a way forward

In an economy devastated by coronavirus, business owners and employees struggle with the loss of revenue and jobs

Artificial intelligence is preserving our ability to converse with Holocaust survivors even after they die

Holocaust survivors will be able to share their stories after death thanks to a new project

"Spare a moment for sorrow" says John Dickerson about how can we mourn and respond to the coronavirus pandemic

"Spare a moment for sorrow" says John Dickerson about how can we mourn and respond to the coronavirus pandemic

Melba Wilson: "This is life changing. We're grieving."

Melba Wilson: "This is life changing. We're grieving."

Why John Dickerson wrote about acknowledging each other's grief as the coronavirus takes its toll

Why John Dickerson wrote about acknowledging each other's grief as the coronavirus takes its toll

How a father's final message motivated a Holocaust survivor to record his memories

Holocaust survivor recalls the last thing his father said to him

From the 60 Minutes archives: Survivors of Josef Mengele's twin experiments

From the 60 Minutes archives: Survivors of Josef Mengele’s twin experiments