The former FBI acting director tells 60 Minutes about the measures taken to ensure investigations into President Trump wouldn’t "vanish." See the full story Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CBS
Some of the teens kidnapped by the Islamist militants are free and back in school, pursuing the education their captors wanted to deny them. "60 Minutes" reports, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Bob Simon interviews Sir Nicholas Winton, who helped save hundreds of mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia on the eve of the World War II
The lifelong Democrat tells "60 Minutes" both parties are not doing what's necessary on behalf of the American people
A private company has set off a revolution in space by launching hundreds of small satellites, enough to photograph the entire landmass of the Earth every day
It was completely legal and it won them millions. Jon Wertheim reports on how Jerry Selbee and his wife Marge used "basic arithmetic" to crack the code on certain lottery games
House Democrats have been stonewalled over the last two years when it came to subpoenas on various Trump administration dealings. But now Democrats have the majority, and Elijah Cummings plans to make the most of it
Scott Pelley reports on the developments in artificial intelligence brought about by venture capitalist Kai-Fu Lee's investments and China's effort to dominate the AI field
Terror engulfed a Chicago suburb when a factory worker went on a deadly shooting rampage after being fired from his job. It happened at the Henry Pratt manufacturing plant, where the assailant had been employed for fifteen years. Adriana Diaz reports.
A year after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, 60 Minutes looks back at the group of survivors who fought to end gun violence
The community of Aurora, Illinois, is honoring the five civilians who were killed by a former co-worker. All of the police officers shot are expected to survive. Vladimir Duthiers reports.
President Trump says he expects a legal battle after declaring a national emergency to access money for his proposed border wall. Mr. Trump signed a spending package to avert another government shutdown but it did not include the funding he wanted. Errol Barnett reports.
U.S-backed Syrian forces say victory over ISIS is imminent as the extremists lose their grip on their last remaining pocket of territory. Charlie D'Agata reports.
The Oscar-nominee stars as a forger of celebrity letters in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?"
The author of two bestselling novels about drug trafficking set along America's Southern border thought he'd exhausted the topic, but found more story to tell, inspired by Trump's controversial plan to build a wall
On February 17, 1913, a landmark New York City exhibition presented nearly 1,400 works of avant-garde art, causing a furor among critics and the public
On February 17, 1913, the Armory Show, a landmark New York City exhibition presenting nearly 1,400 works of avant-garde art, causing a furor among critics and the public. Jane Pauley reports.
A new historical novel, "Dear George, Dear Mary," reveals details about the first love of the "Father of Our Country" for a New York heiress - a romance that may have continued during the Revolutionary War
The familiar portrait of the father of our country is of the model of virtue and resolve who could not tell a lie. But the author and WCBS-TV anchor Mary Calvi says her research uncovered details about the first love of George Washington's life, the heiress Mary Philipse, one of the wealthiest women in the colonies, and how their relationship may not have ended once each of them was married to others. Jim Axelrod reports on the story behind Calvi's historical novel, "Dear George, Dear Mary," about the first president's first love, and with famed Washington scholar historian Richard Brookhiser about the first president's reputation.
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