Unexplained injuries similar to previous "Havana Syndrome" cases afflicted U.S. officials on White House grounds
Senior national security officials say they were stricken with vertigo, confusion and memory loss both at home in Washington and on the grounds of the White House. 60 Minutes reports, Sunday.cbsnews.com
"I am not a traitor": Reality Winner explains why she leaked a classified document
Reality Winner was arrested in 2017 for leaking classified information about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Scott Pelley speaks with Winner in her first television interview since being released earlier this year.cbsnews.com
60 Minutes remembers 9.11: The FDNY
On September 11, 2001, 343 members of the Fire Department of New York perished while trying to rescue people trapped in the World Trade Center. Scott Pelley speaks with firefighters who were there that day and the loved ones of those who never made it home.cbsnews.com
A day that will never leave you: 20 years later, 60 Minutes recounts FDNY stories of heroism on 9/11
"It's always a sad place to be for me," FDNY Commissioner Dan Nigro tells Scott Pelley. "And I think this year will be particularly difficult." This Sunday, 60 Minutes remembers 9/11 through the stories of firefighters at the World Trade Center that day.cbsnews.com
The evidence of Syrian President Bashar Assad and his regime's legacy of war crimes
Assad and his regime may never be prosecuted for the acts of terror he perpetrated against his own people during Syria's civil war. Scott Pelley reports on the effort to gather and maintain the evidence against Assad.cbsnews.com
'60 Minutes' will have streaming spinoff on Paramount+
CBS News says it is launching a streaming version of "60 Minutes" on the new Paramount Plus service, starting next week. (CBS News via AP)NEW YORK – CBS News is launching a streaming version of “60 Minutes” on the new Paramount+ service, hoping to expose the durable brand to a younger and more diverse audience. The “60 Minutes+” program will debut March 4 with three separate episodes, the network announced Wednesday. For “60 Minutes+,” CBS is repurposing a team put together last year for a similar program, “60 in 6,” on the ill-fated Quibi platform. AdWhile “60 in 6” had shorter stories than the TV version of “60 Minutes,” the Paramount version will go longer.
'60 Minutes' keeps on the news and is rewarded by viewers
FILE - "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl poses for a photo in her office at the "60 Minutes" offices, in New York on Sept. 12, 2017. It's not the first time that's been said about “60 Minutes” since its 1968 debut. After executive producer Bill Owens turned the show primarily over to COVID-19 coverage last spring, “60 Minutes” has returned to its traditional format while being focused on being timely. “60 Minutes” this fall has featured interviews with fired government cybersecurity chief Chris Krebs, former President Barack Obama and poisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Original executive producer Don Hewitt often ran “60 Minutes” as an island unto itself.