Syrian refugee crisis; the sons of infamous spies Julius and Ethel Rosenberg tell their story.
The impact artificial intelligence has on the world, including its role in driving cars, cellphones, social media and cancer care; actor Bryan Cranston discusses his life and career leading up to 'Breaking Bad.'
A battle for natural resources in the Arctic frontier; actor and director Nate Parker discusses his film 'The Birth of a Nation' and an incident in his past that could threaten the film's success; Mary Quin, the woman who escaped terrorist captors.
King Abdullah II of Jordan; the U.S.-Russian nuclear stance; Pablo Picasso's art and personal life.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and vice presidential candidate Bill Weld; America's nuclear arsenal and the steps the president would have to take to order a launch; China's film industry.
The National September 11 Memorial & Museum at ground zero; annual gathering for those who have lost loved ones in military service; earthquakes in Oklahoma.
Hacking cell phones; the wrongful murder conviction of a man who spent 30 years on death row; the Large Hadron Collider.
Investigating how easy it is for foreigners to launder money in the United States; transgender athlete Schuyler Bailar.
Examining claims that an American manufacturer sold faulty protective equipment during an outbreak of the Ebola virus; payments company Stripe reinvents how money moves online; underwater remains of slave ships off the coast of Mozambique Island.
Evidence of insurers not paying benefits on policies; forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR; Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton.
Heroin usage across the United States; ballet choreographer Christopher Wheeldon; bonobo orphanage in the Congo.
Three wrongfully convicted people discuss life after prison; scientists study a glacier in Greenland in hopes of learning more about climate change; business partners serve as legal guardians for almost 100 young Tanzanians.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton; Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.); the people behind the Make -A-Wish Foundation; bonobo orphanage in Congo.
A woman spends four years and hundreds of thousands of dollars negotiating the release of her husband from his captors in Pakistan; the underwater remains of a slave ship off Mozambique Island; mountains lions in Los Angeles.
The execution of Joseph Wood, which took nearly two hours, the longest in U.S. history; federal law enforcement trackers discuss how they located and arrested gangster Whitey Bulger; photographer Danny Clinch.
Director J.J. Abrams ('Star Wars: The Force Awakens'); actor Michael Caine; director Danny Boyle and actors talk about making a film about Apple founder Steve Jobs.
The hunt for and recapture of drug lord Joaquin 'el Chapo' Guzman; the resurrection of Saint Benedict's Preparatory School; golfer Bubba Watson.
Technology that allows guns to fire only in the hands of their owners; a report that could show possible Saudi support for some of the Sept. 11, 2001 hijackers; extreme athlete TJ Holmes' Swiss peak jump.
'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda; a report on the sinking of the cargo ship El Faro, with 33 lives lost.
Director of National Drug Control Policy Michael Botticelli; smart gun technology; jazz musician Joey Alexander.
CIA Director John Brennan; federal prosecutors talk about the workplace safety case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship; M-PESA, a mobile phone-based payment system in Kenya.
White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett; a program to help national guardsmen recruit new members results in a criminal investigation; a New York art gallery that sold fake works for 15 years.
A 600-year-old family wine business; the analyst who helped authorities bring down hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam tells her story; the vaquita, a rare and endangered species of porpoise.
The life and career of the distinguished news correspondent is celebrated, with interviews from former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, historian David McCullough and retired U.S. Brig. Gen. Joe Stringham.
Scott Pelley follows patients taking part in a clinical trial for a new cancer therapy; innocent American citizens charged with espionage as the government cracks down on the Chinese theft of U.S. trade secrets.
The revelation of state-sponsored drug cheating by members of the Russian Olympic team; a French Catholic priest on a mission to expose a genocide perpetrated by ISIS; earthquakes in Oklahoma.
Claims that an American manufacturer sold faulty protective equipment during the most recent Ebola outbreak; payments company Stripe reinvents how money is moved online; an woman and her business partner care for nearly 100 young Tanzanians.
Ohio's heroin epidemic; congressmen back a bill that would make it a crime for a member of Congress to personally ask for campaign donations; an annual gathering offers solace for people who have lost loved ones in the military.
Life insurance companies not paying benefits despite knowing the policy holder has died; an influx of the mentally ill at Riker's Island; professional hackers show how cellphone security can be breached.
Attempts to declassify a top-secret report that might show Saudi support for some of the 9/11 hijackers; China's film industry; swimmer Schuyler Bailar, the first transgender male athlete to compete in a NCAA Division I men's sport.
The German prison system's emphasis on rehabilitation; ballet choreographer Christopher Wheeldon; golfer Bubba Watson.
The people behind the Make-A-Wish Foundation; nurses providing health care to the poor in Appalachia; billionaires, including Warren Buffet and Bill and Melinda Gates, pledge to give away at least half of their fortunes to charity.
President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri; former Princeton professor Cornel West; the resurrection of Saint Benedict's Preparatory School.
Investigators look into a texting app favored by ISIS, which uses encryption; a controversial practice helps the terminally ill end their lives; Danish architect Bjarke Ingels reveals the model of the new Redskins stadium.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; the case against coal company CEO Don Blankenship; coal miners from Upper Big Branch mine discuss working conditions; death-row inmates.
Thousands of errors in the Social Security Administration's Death Master file; a condition that prevents people from being able to recognize faces.
An African-American museum on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.; Italy's fashion industry helps preserve the nation's architectural treasures; the Sagrada Familia church in Barcelona, which has been under construction for more than 130 years.
The hunt for Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, and his recapture, after he escaped imprisonment for the second time; Elaine Weinstein's efforts to negotiate her husband's release after he was kidnapped in Pakistan; director Danny Boyle ( 'Steve Jobs').
Director of the CIA John Brennan discusses security concerns; allegations of corruption in FIFA; photographer Danny Clinch.
An undercover investigation reveals how dishonest people from other countries launder their ill-gotten money in the United States; studying a large glacier in Greenland in hopes of learning more about climate change and the rising sea level.
Heroin addiction in the United States; a singing program in Harlem for senior citizens; clips from a never-completed profile of musician David Bowie.
The people behind the Make-A-Wish Foundation; nurse practitioners providing health care to the uninsured in Appalachia; billionaires, including Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates, who are pledging at least half of their wealth to charity.
The costly impact of economic espionage sponsored by the Chinese government; actor Sean Penn; mountain lions in Los Angeles.
Reports from inside the Syrian base from which Russia launches air strikes in support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad; three unjustly convicted people who have been exonerated talk about life after prison; Broadway show Hamilton.
The sinking of the cargo ship El Faro; the Mafia's involvement in agricultural products; 12-year-old jazz prodigy Joey Alexander.
The apprehension of the notorious Boston crime boss Whitey Bulger; John Gotti Jr. discusses his infamous father, John Gotti Sr.; an FBI agent who infiltrated the Gambino family.
Apple CEO Tim Cook talks about issues concerning his company; a tour of Apple's Silicon Valley headquarters; actor Michael Caine.
National Drug Control Policy Director Michael Botticelli; behind the scenes of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' with director J.J. Abrams; Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton.
Young confidential informants who are involved in the war on drugs; an orphanage in Africa for bonobos, who are being hunted to extinction; former KGB spy Jack Barsky; self-driving cars.
Alan Gross discusses the five years he spent in a Cuban prison before a deal between the U.S. and Cuba lead to his release; the execution of Joseph Wood, which took two hours rather than 10 minutes; extreme sportsman JT Holmes descends the Eiger.
The terror attacks in Paris have prompted police departments to train officers and members of the public how to respond and stay alive during a shooting; the battle against Islamic State group; a cellphone-based payment system in Kenya.
Speaker Paul Ryan; concussion safety and science in football; a new technique used to descend the Eiger in the Swiss Alps.
Critical lapses in the U.S. security clearance process; the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator, Large Hadron Collider; Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of Broadway's 'Hamilton.'
Heroin addiction in the Unites States; smart-gun technology, which only allows a gun to be fired if it is operated by its owner; locating the underwater remains of a ship used in the slave trade.
Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden; inside the command center for the air war against the Islamic State group; Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Refugees from the Middle East seeking asylum in Germany; the people behind the Make-a-Wish foundation, who grant the wishes of seriously ill children; New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis.
President Barack Obama discusses Syria, Vice President Joe Biden's political future, and Hillary Clinton's email server; a prosecutor apologizes for his role in a wrongful conviction that placed a man on death row for 30 years.
Computerized cars; politician Patrick Kennedy talks about his and his family's alcoholism; forgotten victims of the Holocaust whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR.
Russian President Vladimir Putin talks about his country's presence in Syria, the Islamic State group, conflict in Ukraine, and his feelings about President Obama and Americans; Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani; Pope Francis' upcoming visit to the United States and unprecedented footage of the Vatican's interior; a dog who can identify over a thousand toys.
Christian Iraqis forced to flee from ISIS violence; a coach confronts a gunman during an Ohio high school shooting; CrossFit founder Greg Glassman.
North Korea's cyberattack on Sony Pictures; Cardinal Seán O'Malley, Archbishop of Boston; mindfulness.
Former KGB spy Jack Barsky tells his story; tennis champion Li Na.
The 2013 nerve gas attack in Syria and footage of the aftermath; retiring Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.); professional ballerina Misty Copeland.
Chinese-made laminate flooring that contains possibly unsafe amounts of toxic formaldehyde; an African-American museum in the National Mall in Washington, D.C.; unexplored treasures underneath U.S. territorial waters.
The United Nations feeds and cares for millions of Syrian refugees in Jordan; TED Talks; the owner of two animal parks wants to release animals he bred in captivity.
The consequences of insurance companies denying treatment to the mentally ill; the threat posed to important satellites by Chinese weapons.
Federal law enforcement trackers discuss how they located and arrested gangster Whitey Bulger; behind the scenes of Wikipedia with founder Jimmy Wales; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
China dominates the earth metals industry; end-of-life debate; billionaire hedge fund founder David Rubenstein supports the preservation of America's iconic monuments and documents.
The biggest leak in Swiss banking history; a Harlem singing program for mature adults.
Errors in the Social Security Administration's Death Master File; using genetic testing and in vitro fertilization to weed out diseases; actor Steve Carell.
Fraudulent tax refunds; Secretary for Veterans' Affairs Robert McDonald; rock band Foo Fighters.
FBI Director James Comey talks about challenges the bureau is taking on; doctors fight back against the high cost of cancer drugs; Italy's fashion industry steps in to help preserve the country's architectural treasures.
Muslim fundamentalists in London help recruit fighters for ISIS; the cleanup of over 100 million tons of coal ash waste spilled in North Carolina; a dog who knows the names of over a thousand different toys.
The results of marijuana legalization in Colorado; allegations that homeowners were denied their flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy due to fraudulent engineers' reports; actor Bradley Cooper.
The chief of the Cleveland Division of Police talks about law enforcement in America; groundwater depletion; actor Larry David.
Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani discuss the future of Afghanistan; veterans discuss their experiences; volunteers search for the remains of missing World War II airmen off the coast of Palau.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture; the Taliban's efforts to recruit child suicide bombers in Pakistan and Afghanistan and how a psychologist hopes to rehabilitate some of the children; structurally deficient U.S. bridges.
Undercover informant Michael Blutrich; underwater explorer Robert Ballard; CrossFit CEO and founder Greg Glassman.
Jack Barsky talks about his days as a KGB spy and how he was able to remain in the U.S.; ballet dancer Misty Copeland discusses her childhood and her career.
How Arab and Israeli children are impacted by an age-old war; philanthropist David Rubenstein's efforts to preserve American historical artifacts; Bob Simon's report on the Scottish Island of Islay, where premium single malt Scotch whiskies are made.
An Italian rescue ship follows the often-tragic migrant trek where hundreds of lives were recently lost; potential threats to vital satellites under the protection of the US Air Force's Space Command.
The 2013 nerve gas attack in Syria and previously unseen footage of the aftermath; TED Talks, a podcast devoted to 'ideas worth spreading'; Bob Petrella, who has a highly superior autobiographical memory.
Details regarding the cyberattack on Sony Pictures; Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, talks about her job and the issues she is faced with; Bryant lacrosse coach Mike Pressler discusses the false accusations that cost him his job at Duke.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson; the Good Friday Agreement of 1998 and an interview with Gerry Adams, the president of the Irish Republican political party; the people behind the scenes of Wikipedia, including its founder Jimmy Wales.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad; a promising experimental treatment given to brain cancer patients in a clinical trial at Duke University.
Christians from Iraq who have been forced to flee from ISIS violence; the mining and processing of rare earth elements; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about his career and his fascination with the universe.
The impact of errors to the Social Security Administration's Death Master File; female Marines must pass the 3-month infantry officer course before they can serve in ground combat units; conservationist Damian Aspinall.
A prosecutor dies right before presenting damning charges; veterans of a Marine company that experienced high casualties in Afghanistan; Bob Simon's profile of New York Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine.
Homeowners who submitted flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy say they were denied because of fraudulent engineering reports; Chinese-made laminate flooring that may not meet health and safety standards; comic and actor Larry David.
Colleagues recount their experiences with CBS News correspondent Bob Simon; award-winning reports from Simon's vast archive.
Bob Simon reports on the development of a promising drug, ZMapp, intended to combat Ebola; the origin of terrorists responsible for recent deadly attacks in Paris; 'American Sniper' star Bradley Cooper.
Dan Kaufman, director of the Information Innovation Office at DARPA; Swiss banking leak; 'Selma' director Ava DuVernay on the filming of a key scene and the controversial portrayal of President Lyndon B. Johnson.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.); Calvin Williams, chief of the Cleveland Division of Police; tennis champion Li Na.
The results of Colorado's legalization of recreational marijuana; the Affordable Care Act; veterans using mountain climbing to overcome disabilities they acquired during war.
U.S. Gen. John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani talk about the future of Afghanistan; a choir in Harlem for mature adults.
Pope Francis' closest friends describe him; the Vatican Library.
Diplomatic relations reopened between U.S. and Cuba; Sen. Tom Coburn's (R-Okla.) retirement; actress and producer Reese Witherspoon.
Insurance companies and treatment for the mentally ill; video and eyewitness accounts from Homs, Syria, expose realities of the Civil War; setting aside digital distractions in pursuit of mindfulness.
The handling of coal ash waste in North Carolina; Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong's unconventional cancer treatments; attempts to replicate the sound of Stradivarius violins.
The United Nations World Food Programme works with refugees from Syria's civil war; hackers from abroad who infiltrate the U.S. financial system; Kevin Richardson discusses his efforts to spare the lives of lions raised in captivity.
American bridges in need of repair; Chernobyl, nearly 30 years later; volunteers use technology to find the remains of airmen missing in action at the site of World War II battles in the South Pacific.
NASA satellite technology is used to demonstrate the depletion of crucial groundwater all over the globe; Cardinal Seán O'Malley, archbishop of Boston; actor Mandy Patinkin.
An Ebola treatment center run by the International Medical Corps in Liberia; U.S. Secretary for Veterans' Affairs Robert McDonald; actor Steve Carell.
Suspicions that Muslim fundamentalists in London are aiding recruitment for ISIS; a member of the SEAL team that took down Osama bin Laden comes under investigation; singer Blake Shelton.
Details about America's first case of Ebola at Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas; genetic testing and in-vitro fertilization; a profile of musician Dave Grohl and the band Foo Fighters.
A woman becomes the focus of the end-of-life debate after helping her father commit suicide; a man who turned a technique for finding mushrooms into a method for finding gold; Italy's fashion industry helps save the country's architectural treasures.
Former federal agents discuss the capture of Sinaloa drug cartel kingpin Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman; FBI Director James Comey; Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist James Risen on the government's efforts to stop information from leaking to the press.
FBI Director James Comey; doctors who are fighting to lower the cost of expensive cancer treatments; the world's smartest dog.
President Barack Obama discusses the latest domestic and international issues; Alibaba founder Jack Ma.
In the northern regions of Iraq: Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and a detained member of ISIS; stolen Social Security numbers costs billions in fraudulent IRS refunds.
John Gotti Jr. talks about growing up with his father John 'Teflon Don' Gotti, being 'made' into a crime family, and who he eventually betrayed.
Tracing Barack Obama's journey from little-known candidate to rising superstar to president-elect, with interviews and news footage as well as previously unaired footage.
The president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad; Dr. Jack Kevorkian discusses his release from prison; actress Vanessa Redgrave.
Emergency workers at Ground Zero report health issues; the children of Sept. 11 victims struggle with their losses.
A retrospective of Mike Wallace's life and career; colleagues ask the probing questions for which Wallace is famous; clips of Wallace's most controversial and engaging interviews.
Interviews with Barbra Streisand, Tina Turner, Shirley MacLaine, Candice Bergen.
Author J.K. Rowling; Tina Sinatra; solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie.
The Mormon religion; NBA player Dikembe Mutombo; musician Ben Zander.
Christiane Amanpour reports from Kabul, Afghanistan (1996); Hamas terrorists discuss Jerusalem suicide bombings (1997); Richard Nixon tells how it feels to face impeachment (1984).
Lara Logan interviews Michael Morton, who was freed from prison when DNA evidence exonerated him after 25 years; Charlie Rose interviews Microsoft founder Bill Gates; Bob Simon profiles the Metropolitan Opera's music director, James Levine.
Scientists link sleep deprivation to health problems such as diabetes, obesity and heart disease; Bob Simon reports on a new gold rush in the Yukon, where he finds a man who turns his knack for finding mushrooms into a method for finding gold.
Scott Pelley reports on robotic prostheses that could improve the lives of millions, including military veterans; turtles and tortoises are endangered by poachers who can sell them for as much as $60,000; Bob Simon profiles actress Angelina Jolie.
Scott Pelley reports on the world's largest civilian hospital ship; Charlie Rose profiles IDEO CEO David Kelley; Peter Gelb, general manager of the New York Metropolitan Opera, reinvigorates a centuries-old art form.
American aid worker Jessica Buchanan describes being kidnapped in Somali and her nighttime rescue by U.S. Navy SEALs; Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen; Morley Safer reports on a family that has been in the wine business for 600 years.
Bob Simon returns to the site of the Chernobyl disaster; Lara Logan interviews Twitter creator Jack Dorsey; Morley Safer reports on the scientists behind the real and artificial flavors in foods and beverages.
The cyber attack on Sony Pictures; the depletion of groundwater around the world; Charlie Rose profiles TV producer/actor Larry David who is know for co-creating the TV sitcoms, 'Seinfeld' and 'Curb Your Enthusiasm.'
Scott Pelley reports from Havana as the United States reopens diplomatic relations with Cuba; primatologist Jane Goodall returns to the forests of Tanzania; Morley Safer interviews actress Meryl Streep.
Persecution of Kurds in Turkey; Dr. Oliver Sacks, whose work is depicted in 'Awakenings'; Tom Hargrove, a scientist kidnapped and held for a year by leftist guerrillas in Colombia.
Neurosurgeon Thoralf Sundt; leader of the Mexican Indian peasant movement; profile of author Randy Shilts ('And the Band Played On').
Surgeons repair a deadly aneurysm; violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg; woman seeks her missing husband, a Guatemalan guerrilla commander.
A teen who invented an early test for pancreatic cancer; the number one chess player in the world Magnus Carlsen; founder of the Free the Children organization Craig Kielburger.
American aid worker Jessica Buchanan talks about being kidnapped; Sudanese refugees in the United States.
Men who jump off mountains wearing wing suits; the use of spy cams by wildlife filmmakers; the Nile crocodile.
A retrospective of 23 years worth of celebrity profiles: Ray Charles; Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton; Bette Davis.
A retrospective of 23 years worth of celebrity profiles: George Burns; Judy Garland; Jackie Gleason; Lena Horne; Katharine Hepburn; Laurence Olivier; Robin Williams.
A former SEAL who was there when Osama bin Laden was killed recounts the mission.
Singer Adele; singer Rodriguez; singer Taylor Swift.
Retired Marine Dakota Meyer receives the Medal of Honor for saving his trapped comrades; a program that tries to provide closure for wounded soldiers; five sets of brothers in the Marine Reserves.
Remembering journalist Mike Wallace.
People who jump off mountain tops wearing wing suits; great white sharks; rock climber Alex Honnold.
The wildebeest migration in Kenya; elephant communication; primatologist Jane Goodall visits Tanzania.