An Obama administration national security official tells "60 Minutes": "Increasingly, you cannot tell which is which when it comes to the criminal and the intelligence agency"
Antibiotics have saved hundreds of millions of lives. But their continued, widespread use has led to mutated bacteria that are resistant to these drugs
For years, archaeologists have wondered how the mysterious statues came to dot the island in the Pacific. Now, they're trying to find a way to keep the statues around
The stars and creators of "Game of Thrones" tell Anderson Cooper how the show came together, what they initially thought of their characters and their thoughts on the violence in the show
Jon Wertheim reports on the Golden State Warriors' attempt to accomplish what no other team has in over fifty years: making a fifth straight trip to the NBA finals
The speaker of the House tells Lesley Stahl what she thinks of the Mueller report, how she deals with President Trump and the current state of the Democratic Party
The founder of the most successful hedge fund in the world says capitalism needs to be reformed and that the American dream is lost
One of the top medical schools in the United States is going tuition-free. Lesley Stahl reports on how and why they're doing it
Nearly 300 students and staff at two major Southern California universities are under quarantine as health officials warn they might have been exposed to measles. At UCLA, some students are still at risk after a contagious student attended classes. Carter Evans reports.
For the first time in decades, the United States sent a carrier strike group north of the Arctic Circle to participate in the war games. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
A major Colorado interstate is closed Friday morning as police investigate a fiery crash that killed multiple people and hospitalized six others. The flames incinerated vehicles in Lakewood, west of Denver, on Thursday. Officials said multiple people died, but they have not confirmed the exact number. David Begnaud reports.
CBS News has confirmed North Korea gave the Trump administration a $2 million bill for the hospital care of American hostage Otto Warmbier, who later died in the U.S. The University of Virginia student was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in prison, accused of taking a propaganda poster during a visit to Pyongyang. Warmbier was sent home in a coma in 2017. The U.S. says it never intended to pay the bill, but it was signed for. Weijia Jiang reports.
Joe Biden is starting his presidential campaign with two things most other candidates do not have: a lead in many polls and a nickname from President Trump. But some fellow Democrats are criticizing the former vice president for meeting with big money donors on his first day. Ed O'Keefe reports.
12 theaters across the country played all 21 Marvel movies leading up to the release of "Avengers: Endgame"
Here is a full recap of the 2019 NFL Draft
Unlike some of her more progressive colleagues, Rep. Lauren Underwood is looking to reform the system, not replace it
Rep. Rashida Tlaib introduced a resolution to impeach President Trump before the release of the special counsel report
"He's creating a very important factual dispute that Congress has no choice but to investigate"
Maia Wechsler's marvelous documentary captures the toil and triumph of one troupe's efforts to restage a classic of modern dance
On Earth Day it's time to stop and appreciate our planet
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A look back at the esteemed personalities who've left us this year, who touched us with their innovation, creativity and humanity
On April 15, 2019 flames erupted at the landmark cathedral, the most-visited landmark in the French capital
"CBS This Morning" revealed the research vessel Petrel discovered the World War II wreckage in the South Pacific
They ended up helping her honor what would have been her 60th wedding anniversary
Every year, John Corona brought in veterans to his school, so they can share their stories with the students
The mother of three said the last few weeks have been a struggle, so her son's gift was "the shock of her life"
The family's insurance didn't cover the $20,000 wheelchair, so a group of high schoolers stepped in to help
The boy's mom thought his beloved Grover was gone forever — then a fellow mountain climber saw something blue sticking out of the snow
To get himself through the race, Micah Herndon repeated the names of his fallen friends to himself