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
More than 200 people were killed in a series of coordinated bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka's capital of Colombo on Easter Sunday. CBS News senior foreign correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about racism in the Deep South has been a perennial read in grade school, an Academy Award-winning film, and now a critically-lauded play on Broadway. Tracy Smith talks with the show's star Jeff Daniels and playwright Aaron Sorkin about translating Lee's characters to the stage, and with students who talk about "Mockingbird"'s relevance to today's audience.
With the end of big-budget Biblical epics, faith-based movies have long been out of favor in Hollywood. But in the years since Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" became a box office phenomenon, filmmakers telling stories with a Christian perspective may finally be getting an answer to their prayers, with larger budgets and big-name talent. Correspondent John Blackstone talks with Chrissy Metz, start of the film "Breakthrough"; Bishop T.D. Jakes, a pastor who has also produced several hit Christian films, including "Miracles From Heaven"; and students learning the craft of filmmaking at Liberty University, one of the largest Christian universities in the world.
They call themselves the Missing People Choir – 30 or so voices from every walk of life, most of whom had never sung a day in their lives. But nearly every member has endured the anguish of a missing loved one – children mostly. Lee Cowan attended a concert at St. Martin in the Fields in London, and talked to members about the healing, and hope, their music has brought.
Once a long-shot, Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of Indiana's fourth-largest city has been rising in the polls for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, attracting dollars, attention, and name recognition (if not pronunciation). The Afghanistan War veteran, Rhodes scholar and trained pianist talks with CBS News' John Dickerson about the importance of narratives, coming out, what youth brings to public office, and reanimating his party's values for a new era, including a connection with faith.
As secretary of state under Obama, Kerry was instrumental in the 2016 signing of the international Paris climate agreement
It's the first generic nasal spray version of Narcan, a drug that reverses opioid overdoses
In an effort to ramp up pressure on Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced at a press briefing Monday that the U.S. will no longer grant sanctions waivers to any country importing Iranian oil.
The senator says wiping out college debt could create an "enormous middle-class stimulus." Economists agree -- with caveats
JoAnn Cunningham has declined to say anything further to police since her initial report that the boy vanished
Former (and current) gamers on Twitter reminisced over the video game device after decades of fun
On Earth Day it's time to stop and appreciate our planet
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
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"CBS This Morning" revealed the research vessel Petrel discovered the World War II wreckage in the South Pacific
To get himself through the race, Micah Herndon repeated the names of his fallen friends to himself
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
Runners can spot Spencer between mile 2.5 and mile 4, wearing a bright yellow raincoat and holding two "Boston Strong" flags