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Trump and Clinton are asked to say something nice about each other

After a fiery presidential debate, one of the town hall participants asked the two candidates to name something they respect about each other. See Donald Trump ...

1986: Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams improvise

Comedians Jonathan Winters and Robin Williams put on an impromptu show for Ed Bradley and the 60 Minutes crew in 1986. Winters, who Bradley described ...

On the Road: Teen repays father's debt

As part of our continuing series "On the Road," Steve Hartman meets 15-year-old Christian Lunsford, who took it upon himself to repay 78-year-old widow Tona ...

Oprah Winfrey's "Note to Self" advice: "Relax"

Media superstar Oprah Winfrey took part in the "CBS This Morning" recurring segment, "Note to Self," in which she read a letter to her younger self.

Woman fired after blocking black man from entering his apartment building

A white St. Louis woman was fired from her job after she tried to prevent a black man from entering the luxury apartment building where he lives. KMOV-TV's ...

On the Road: Saying goodbye to a local legend

As part of our continuing series "On The Road," Steve Hartman revisits Woody Davis of Corbett, Oregon, who touched his local community with his generosity.

Jim Gaffigan: Stand-up dad

Imagine 5 little kids in a two-bedroom New York City apartment. It almost sounds like the first line to a joke, but to father and comedian Jim Gaffigan, it's reality.

11/25/07: Awakening

One year ago this week, CNN's Anderson Cooper investigated the phenomenon of "awakening", where patients in a minimally conscious state suddenly ...

Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen

At age 21, chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen is the number one player in the world and says he loves to see his opponents squirm. Watch more HERE: ...

Alan K. Simpson delivers eulogy at George H.W. Bush's funeral

Former Senator Alan Simpson delivered a eulogy at the funeral for. Simpson said, "He often said, when the really tough choices come, it's the country, not me.

Passenger captures the moment flight was told to "brace for impact"

"Brace for impact" is something plane passengers never want to hear. But fliers on one American Airlines flight from Phoenix to Dallas heard just that -- and ...

Medal of Honor recipient recalls deadly ambush

After several requests for help from his ambushed unit were denied, Dakota Meyer took matters into his own hands, to try and save his trapped comrades in ...

Police pull over Florida state attorney

Two Florida police officers are facing scrutiny for a traffic stop where they pulled over a state attorney back in June. The entire incident was caught on the officers' ...

Obama stops for ice cream in Cedar Rapids

Following a campaign speech to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Tuesday, President Obama stopped by a local ice cream shop and deli, where he mingled with ...

The Real Downton Abbey

The popular PBS series "Downton Abbey" has taken the U.S. by storm. But there's a real story behind the castle where the TV show is filmed. Martha Teichner ...

Christopher Hitchens, still outrageous

Steve Kroft profiles Vanity Fair columnist, author and public intellectual Christopher Hitchens, for whom nothing is off-limits when making his wry and often ...

Eye To Eye With Katie Couric: Murphy's Heroism (CBS News)

"Only on the Web": Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell tells Katie Couric how Lt. Michael Murphy, awarded the Medal of Honor, gave his life to save his comrades during ...

Police called on man trying to cash paycheck

A Brooklyn, Ohio man said a local bank called the police when he tried to cash his paycheck. CBS Cleveland affiliate WOIO speaks to Paul McCowns, who says ...

Defendant collapses in court after guilty verdict

Diana Lovejoy collapsed in a California courtroom Monday after she was convicted in what authorities call a botched murder-for-hire plot targeting her ...

Just a regular billionaire

Warren Buffett is the third richest man in the world, yet lives a relatively humble life. Rebecca Jarvis reports on Omaha's least-conspicuous billionaire.

Gronkowski family speaks: Raising champions, injuries, and Hernandez

Of the five Gronkowski brothers, four are on professional sports rosters: three play for the NFL, and one is a professional baseball player. The elite athletes credit ...

Parker & Stone's subversive comedy

Steve Kroft talks to Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of Comedy Central's "South Park." Now the disrespectful duo also have the biggest hit on Broadway, ...

Texas Tech's Mad Genius

Scott Pelley profiles Mike Leach, head coach of Texas Tech's Red Raiders. Leach made up for a lack of money and talent by creating an offense that's changing ...

Cops called on black student eating lunch at Smith College

The president of Smith College apologized for the "painful incident" after a student posted video of herself being questioned by officers in a school dining hall.

FBI chief grilled over Clinton emails

Rep. Trey Gowdy questioned FBI director James Comey during a House Oversight Committee hearing into the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's email ...

The ascent of Alex Honnold

Mountain climber Alex Honnold seems to defy gravity, scaling sheer, steep rock faces with no rope and apparently no fear. Lara Logan reports. Watch more ...

Sen. Lindsey Graham tells Kavanaugh: "This is the most unethical sham"

During a hearing Thursday, Sen. Lindsey Graham slammed Democrats for the handling of sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett ...

Corrupt Kentucky sheriff brought down by reporters

When two small-town newspaper reporters in Kentucky began investigating the corrupt local sheriff, they not only got headline stories. They also got death ...

The Man Who Knew

Harry Markopolos blew the whistle to the Securities and Exchange Commission about Bernard Madoff as early as 2000. Why were his warnings ignored?

Obama Plays HORSE with Clark Kellogg

CBS Sports' Clark Kellogg had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play a game of HORSE (POTUS in this case) with President Obama. See how the former pro ...

Jussie Smollett's character cut from "Empire" episodes

The executive producers of the television series "Empire" are removing Jussie Smollett's character from the last two episodes of the show's season "to avoid ...

Jack Abramoff: The lobbyist's playbook

Crooked lobbyist Jack Abramoff explains how he asserted his influence in Congress for years, and how such corruption continues today despite ethics reform.

Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin among 50 charged in college admissions scheme

The Massachusetts U.S. attorney has announced criminal charges on Tuesday against 50 people allegedly involved in a college admissions scam. Authorities ...

Emotional reunion for two special brothers

Meyers Leonard was taken in this year's NBA draft while his brother, Bailey, served two tours in Afghanistan. They had an emotional reunion when Bailey ...

What to do if you win the lottery

As the Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots swell to record-breaking heights, many Americans are buying tickets to try their luck. Jason Kurland, also known as ...

The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan

An American aid worker's first interview about being kidnapped and held for ransom by Somali pirates in a 93-day ordeal. Scott Pelley reports.

Is sugar toxic?

Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on new research showing that beyond weight gain, sugar can take a serious toll on your health, worsening conditions ranging from ...

Anna Wintour: "To be in Vogue has to mean something"

Vogue magazine is about to hit a big anniversary. A new book captures the fashion's Bible's most famous covers, and a digital archive will bring 120 years of ...

Eyewitness Testimony Part 2

Lesley Stahl explores the task of an eyewitness to choose a criminal out of line up through memory. Jennifer Thompson falsely selected Ronald Cotton as her ...

FBI discovered massive college admissions scam by accident, officials say

FBI officials say it discovered a massive college admissions scheme while conducting an unrelated undercover investigation. The Massachusetts U.S. attorney ...

Lionel Messi gives rare interview on "60 Minutes Sports"

Lionel Messi, the record-breaking goal scorer for Spain's Barcelona Soccer Club, gives a rare interview with Bob Simon for the first edition of "60 Minutes Sports.

Expert on college admissions on how the system enabled scandal

Fifty people, including celebrities and business leaders, have been charged in a massive college admissions scandal. Daniel Golden, senior editor at Pro ...

Colin Firth and "The King's Speech

"60 Minutes" talks to its starring actor, Colin Firth, and reports on the historic find in an attic that helped make the "The King's Speech" an Oscar favorite.

Obama's best 2016 jokes at the White House Correspondents' Dinner

The president took aim at a few contenders for the White House during the annual meeting of Hollywood and Washington elites.

12-year-old commits suicide after months of online torment

Sixth grader Rebecca Sedwick took her own life last Monday after a group of girls tormented her online for months. Now, authorities in Florida are exploring the ...

Staff Sgt. Giunta's Medal of Honor

The first living soldier to win the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War tells Lara Logan in an emotional interview just what he did to earn the nation's highest ...

Researchers say there's evidence that consciousness continues after clinical death

Researchers at NYU's Langone Medical Center have conducted a study of patients who have experienced near-death experiences, and the results are ...

Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars

Scott Pelley brings "60 Minutes" cameras back to central Florida to document another form of family homelessness: kids and their parents forced to live in cars.

Gen. Grant's heroic last battle

Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the United States, was broke in his final years. Mo Rocca finds out how, on his death bed, the Civil War hero saved his ...

U.S. attorney announces charges against Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin, others in college admiss…

U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling announced criminal charges against 50 people in what he called "the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the ...