On 60 Minutes Overtime, Charlie Rose explores the labs at Carnegie Mellon on the cutting edge of A.I. See robots learning to go where humans can't
What happens when Charlie Rose attempts to interview a robot named "Sophia" for his 60 Minutes report on artificial intelligence
Classical musicians from Venezuela's "El Sistema" music program are rising up against the government that sponsors it
Two producers find a surreal scene on the border of North Korea, masking a real danger that "one of the biggest conflicts in modern warfare" could ignite
60 Minutes follows the musician into his studio, where he shows how he gets inspiration and why he controls the creative process
Texts and notifications, anxiety and phantom vibrations — Anderson Cooper talks about the impact smartphones have on your state of mind
A mother of five was told to report to ICE with everything she needed to return to Mexico. The only way to stay in the U.S. now may be refuge in a church
After the Supreme Court overturned his conviction for corruption, the former Virginia governor could have walked away. So, why go on 60 Minutes?
When filming the sport of timber racing, it helps to know the turf. 60 Minutes' resident horsewoman joins Charlie Rose on the course
Provocative Judge Alex Kozinski says executions should be brutal. So why did he save a mom from death row, even though he admits she may be guilty?
60 Minutes' Scott Pelley reflects on what he learned from Newtown parents whose kids were murdered at Sandy Hook Elementary four years ago
What surprised 60 Minutes producers who reported on "stories that are provably false" -- and why arguing about it "is like going down the rabbit hole"
60 Minutes gets an up-close, 3D view of the Martian landscape through virtual reality. See what it looks like to walk the surface of the red planet
Now 97, Ben Ferencz wept remembering what he saw in Nazi concentration camps, but he tells 60 Minutes how he manages to stay hopeful in life
60 Minutes had already interviewed Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza when news broke that he was in the hospital again. Poisoned, he says, for speaking out against the Kremlin
It's not just about doping anymore. 60 Minutes reports on hidden motors in bikes — and how magnets are being used to reinvent the wheel
A conversation with 60 Minutes' Steve Kroft about his 17 interviews with President Obama; and executive producer Jeff Fager's memories from behind the scenes
Lesley Stahl discusses her interview with President-elect Trump, telling Overtime that he pulled back on some campaign positions -- and changed his demeanor
There's no cure for Alzheimer's, but people participating in drug trials are helping scientists try to prevent the disease
Led by coach Bob Hurley, the school was home to one of the most successful programs in high school basketball. 60 Minutes told Hurley's story in 2011
In March, 60 Minutes told the story of 33 lions rescued and airlifted to South Africa. Last week, poachers broke into their sanctuary and killed two
"I wish we could dedicate Memorial Day, not to the memory of those who have died at war, but to the idea of saving the lives of the young people who are going to die in the future."
This week Neil Gorsuch was sworn in as Supreme Court justice. 60 Minutes has previously profiled justices who have shaped American politics and policy
Trump launched a U.S. airstrike against Syria in response to a suspected sarin gas attack. 60 Minutes previously reported when the nerve agent was used in 2013
Spring has sprung, and that means rain. In this vintage 60 Minutes clip, commentator Andy Rooney explains why he thinks umbrellas are useless
“Comedy is very powerful,” SNL creator Lorne Michaels told 60 Minutes in 2004. “And there’s no protection against it.”