On Sunday, "60 Minutes" reporter Norah O’Donnell examined Missouri’s controversial Second Amendment Preservation Act.
When it comes to who is to blame for the chaos surrounding the withdrawal, Gates said there is plenty of blame to go around, including both the current and former presidents.
One expert said that deepfake and synthetic media technology is a game changer when it comes to disinformation. Especially because of how fast it is evolving.
Tony Bennett, 95, gave his final performances in August with two shows alongside friend and frequent collaborator Lady Gaga
Frances Haugen says that while Facebook claims to try to rid the site of hate speech, the algorithm promotes it in the interest of making money.
Though it may hurt her politically, Cheney has come to realize that members of the LGBTQ community deserve the same freedoms as everyone else.
Besides showing compassion for Derek Chauvin, Keith Ellison also revealed that he was unsure of what the verdicts would be up until the moment they were read.
The founder of Boston Dynamics says there’s more to the dancing robots than just fun, but admits it’s also just plain fun.
Olympic gymnast Simone Biles appeared on "60 Minutes," where she discussed her ongoing disappointment in USA Gymnastics' handling of sexual abuse.
Pelosi had to stop herself from getting emotional while speaking about the “violation” of the Capitol.
Christopher Krebs believes that Trump’s legal team pushing conspiracy theories about the election are a danger to democracy.
Former President Obama shared his thoughts on the impact Trump has had on society and the danger of Republicans humoring the president’s claims of voter fraud.
A commissioner in charge of elections in Philadelphia rejected Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud, and said that those claims have resulted in death threats.
Donald Trump's contentious interview with veteran "60 Minutes" host Lesley Stahl, as well as Joe Biden's less eventful sit-down, scored the show its largest audience since 2018. The dual Biden and Trump interviews, the latter of which the President cut short, drew a total of 16.8 million total viewers on CBS and scored a 2.4 […]
Stahl pushed President Trump for details of his healthcare plan, and once she saw them, the takeaway was not favorable to the president.
Fauci knew Trump was in a precarious situation at the Rose Garden event for Amy Coney Barrett’s SCOTUS nomination.
Jerry Seinfeld appeared on Sunday’s "60 Minutes" and talked about New York returning to prominence once the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
Woodward believes that had Trump been honest with the public about the dangers of the coronavirus, the country would be in a better position.
“60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl says she's feeling better after a battle with COVID-19 that left her hospitalized for a week.
Joaquin Phoenix said there were helicopters overhead and people trying to sneak onto his family's land following the death of his brother, River.
According to a former New York City Medical Examiner, Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy photos leave room for speculation about the sex offender's death.
Former “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan, whose 2013 report about the Benghazi attacks was retracted by CBS News over inaccuracies, is suing New York magazine over an article about the fallout that she claims tarnished her career. Logan, who lives in Texas, is seeking $25 million in the lawsuit filed last week in a federal court in Austin.
CEO Susan Wojcicki told '60 Minutes,' “We have been working really hard to figure out what's the right way to balance responsibility with freedom of speech.”
Joe Biden had some strong language in response to Trump's insistence the 2016 Russian meddling is a hoax, and the president's continued attacks on the former VP and his son.