A look back at how 60 Minutes has reported on the ongoing civil war in Syria.
In a 1991 60 Minutes profile on Rush Limbaugh, the then-rising radio star discussed what drives him to succeed and why he courts controversy.
When the Buccaneers' quarterback had won 3 Super Bowls, he told 60 Minutes his favorite Super Bowl ring was his "next one." On Sunday, he tries for his seventh win.
60 Minutes has learned Chinese company BGI Group, the largest biotech firm in the world, offered to build COVID labs in at least six states, and U.S. intelligence officials issued warnings not to sha...
In 2001, Morley Safer reported on the controversy of who owns human genes, and whether they can be patented.
From 2018: Betsy DeVos, the lightning rod secretary of education, says she's "more misunderstood than anything."
Jack Ma told 60 Minutes about his relationship with the Chinese government and what he would do if the government asked for Alibaba's user data.
"Good Christmas decorations are better than bad Christmas decorations, but even bad Christmas decorations are better than none at all."
Retiring veteran 60 Minutes producer Bob Anderson on why this car sales story is his favorite report.
In 2002, Ed Bradley profiled Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson. This week 60 Minutes speaks with Viola Davis about her role in the upcoming film "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," which is bas...
A look back at how 60 Minutes has marked Thanksgiving over the years
60 Minutes revisits a group of men and women over 90 who are helping scientists discover how to live a longer, healthier life.