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Upfront Dispatches: Paramount Hawks ‘60 Minutes’ in … 60 Minutes (More or Less)

After a solid two and a half days of giddy media buyers breathing in one another’s faces, unleashed on Manhattan en masse for the first time in three years, it was Paramount that finally implored upfront attendees to mask up during its Wednesday evening presentation. A welcome respite from looking at the same, unobscured faces […]

How Sharyn Alfonsi and ‘60 Minutes’ Covered Afghanistan’s Humanitarian Crisis and Secured an Interview With a Taliban Minister

Earlier this year, as the U.S. pulled out of Afghanistan, a number of TV news correspondents reported from the streets and airport in Kabul. But when the U.S. completes its exit from the country as the Taliban took control, so did essentially all U.S. reporters. Since then, reporting from the country, now firmly under Taliban […]

TV Chef, Restaurateur Melba Wilson Signs With Buchwald (Exclusive)

The owner of Melba's Restaurant has been a TV judge on 'Beat Bobby Flay' and 'The Worst Cooks in America,' and was victorious on 'Throwdown with Bobby Flay.'

TV Ratings: ’60 Minutes’ Scores Big With Candidate Interviews

President Trump's early release of his '60 Minutes' interview didn't affect the show's ratings: It drew its biggest audience in more than two years.

CBS Releases Clips of Trump and Biden ’60 Minutes’ Interviews

The president left his sit-down early and has threatened to release the full video of his talk with Lesley Stahl.

’60 Minutes’ Correspondent Lesley Stahl Says She Fought Coronavirus

'60 Minutes' correspondent Lesley Stahl said Sunday that she's finally feeling well after a battle with COVID-19 that left her hospitalized for a week.

’60 Minutes’ Producer Sues CBS for Gender Discrimination, Retaliation

Cassandra Vinograd, a London-based associate producer for '60 Minutes,' has sued CBS for "unlawful discriminatory conduct" and "unlawful retaliatory conduct" after she attempted to report her boss for misconduct.

’60 Minutes’ Producer Katherine Textor Dies at 45

Katherine “Katy” Textor, the dedicated producer who collaborated with Morley Safer over his last years on CBS' '60 Minutes,' died Friday of cancer. She was 45.

Scott Pelley Claims He Lost ‘CBS Evening News’ Anchor Job Over “Hostile Work Environment” Complaints

Former 'CBS Evening News' anchor Scott Pelley claimed on CNN's 'Reliable Sources' on Sunday that he lost his job as anchor of the 'CBS Evening News' because he "wouldn't stop complaining to management" about the news division's "hostile work environment."

Steve Kroft to Retire from ’60 Minutes’ (Exclusive)

Steve Kroft, the longest-tenured 60 Minutes correspondent, will retire at the end of his 30th season on the iconic newsmagazine.

“My Eyes Have Been Opened”: Lesley Stahl Talks ’60 Minutes’ Survival and CBS News’ Year of Scandal

After a year of scandal and change, 60 Minutes' top female journalist Lesley Stahl opens up about her staying power, the "boys club" culture at CBS and the #MeToo reckoning.

Bill Owens Named Executive Producer of ’60 Minutes’

Bill Owens has been tapped to replace Jeff Fager as the executive producer of CBS' '60 Minutes.' The appointment makes Owens only the third person to lead the 51-year-old broadcast.