CBS Sunday Morning's Martha Teichner On Book 'When Harry Met Minnie': 'Dogs Are Living Beings That Are Fully Capable Of Emotion'The CBS Sunday Morning correspondent discusses her new book about her two dogs Harry and Minnie and how dogs changed her life.
'I Worry About Civil Unrest': CBS News Correspondent Laurie Segall On 2020 Election & Militia GroupsThe CBS News correspondent went to Michigan to talk with militia men who are preparing for a Civil War after the 2020 Presidential Election.
President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump Test Positive For COVID-19President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19, the president tweeted early Friday morning in an earth-shattering announcement mere weeks away from the election.
Margaret Brennan On First Presidential Debate: 'I Would Love Our Country To Have A Serious Conversation About Where We Are Headed'The Face The Nation host and CBS News foreign correspondent shares her thoughts on the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
QAnon 'Much Larger Than Any Of Us Are Wrapping Our Heads Around': Far-Right Conspiracy Group Stuns '60 In 6' On Quibi Correspondent Laurie SegallReporter Laurie Segall discusses her latest piece on the far-right conspiracy theorist group QAnon and how the beliefs of this group have infiltrated mainstream politics.
Bill Whitaker & Jon Wertheim Preview '60 Minutes' Stories On Philadelphia Mail-In Voting System & LSU's Ed OrgeronThe 60 Minutes correspondents discuss their new stories airing on Sunday about mail-in voting for the 2020 election and LSU football head coach Ed Orgeron.
H.R. McMaster Says Terrorism, Climate Change Among Top Threats To U.S. In '60 Minutes' Interview With Scott PelleyScott Pelley previews the 53rd season of 60 Minutes, his interview this Sunday with former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster and his conversation with legendary journalist Bob Woodward.
'It's Another Level Of Storytelling & Excellence': Seth Doane, Wesley Lowery, Laurie Segall, Enrique Acevedo On CBS News/Quibi's '60 In 6'The new correspondents of CBS News' 60 in 6 venture on Quibi discuss what it means to be carrying on the 60 Minutes legacy on the mobile streaming platform.
The Foote Files: How A Radio Network Newscast Was BornIn 1938, the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) launched a nightly newscast called "CBS World News Roundup."
The Foote Files: When Senator Joseph McCarthy Faced The NationDuring the early to mid-1950s, the United States was facing a world that was being ruled by communist regimes from Europe to Asia.
The Foote Files: How Television Covered A National TragedyWhile American presidents had died in office before this, there had not been a presidential assassination since President William McKinley. But there was no radio or TV back then.
A Word From The Foote Files During Coronavirus PandemicWith all of the news surrounding COVID-19, it reminded me that events that significantly impact human lives, regardless of who, what, when, where, why and how, do indeed happen.
CBS News Shutters Office After Two Employees Get CoronavirusCBS News says it has shut down its New York headquarters for two days after two of its employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Fort Worth, Irving And Plano Police Using Controversial Facial Recognition App On 'Trial Basis'Clearview AI’s groundbreaking facial recognition app can match an image of an unknown person to their online photos, along with links to where those photos came from.
American Airlines Sues Unions, Accusing Workers Of SlowdownAmerican Airlines accuses its mechanics and their unions of conducting an illegal work slowdown to gain leverage in contract talks, and the airline is asking a federal judge to stop the activity.