Fired CISA director Chris Krebs told 60 Minutes that domestic disinformation around the 2020 election posed a greater risk than foreign.
James Corden tells Bill Whitaker what he would have done differently in school, what he's optimistic about, and the thing he thinks more people should know.
When a federal order limiting evictions expires at the end of the year, millions of Americans face the risk of losing their homes. Experts say it could have a ripple effect on kids trying to learn.
"When families gather on Thursday, there will likely be fewer places at the table." Lesley Stahl with parting words about this week's holiday.
Three participants in a landmark study of men and women over the age of 90 reflect on growing up between two World Wars and during the Great Depression
President Barack Obama tells 60 Minutes what he was thinking about as his helicopter departed from President Trump's inauguration.
The popular video-sharing app avoided a nationwide ban this week. But experts say its national security risks remain.
In the race to create a coronavirus vaccine through Operation Warp Speed, companies are manufacturing vaccines before getting FDA approval. It's a financial risk they hope pays.
With $628 million from the U.S. government, Emergent BioSolutions in Baltimore is scaling up separate Johnson & Johnson and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines, which are still pending FDA approval.
In 244 years as a nation, the United States has been torn apart by civil war, devastated by disasters, and ever-haunted by the sin of racism. But Americans find a way -- however tenuously -- to bounc...
The federal government's crash COVID-19 response operation is stockpiling vaccine doses that will be free for all Americans.
Ohio has sided with the winner of the presidency in the last 14 elections. 60 Minutes visited the Buckeye State to hear from voters ahead of Election Day 2020.