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In 2018, @NatGeo  photographer @joelsartore  showed 60 Minutes how his shots come together and why he started his Photo Ark project

Without wolves, elk were overpopulated in Yellowstone. As wolves have cut the size of those herds, plants that elk feed on have made a comeback, which has produced benefits for other species.

Why are great white sharks swimming so close to North Atlantic beaches?

Next week marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. In 1978, Morley Safer visited the death camp through the eyes of a survivor, a singer whose voice kept her alive.

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She has been known to the world as “Emily Doe,” the sexual assault victim of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner. Now she’s revealing her name and face. Chanel Miller, here reading her victim impact statement, gives her first interview to "60 Minutes"

Arnav Kapur, a student in MIT’s Media Lab, has developed a system to surf the internet with his mind. He silently Googled our questions and heard the answers through vibrations transmitted through his skull and into his inner ear.

Chanel Miller’s response to online critics who said she was partly to blame for the assault because she had too much to drink.

The copy of the Homeland Security order to arrest and detain all adults who crossed the border illegally to seek asylum was censored. What the White House didn’t want the public to see was that child separation began 9 months earlier than initially acknowledged.

Russian hackers created a character named Guccifer 2.0 to disseminate the material they stole in the lead up to the 2016 election. They didn’t just interfere in the presidential race; they also tried to undermine Democrats running for Congress

“I don’t care. I believe Putin,” Pres Trump allegedly said, rejecting U.S. intelligence regarding North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile capability. McCabe says he heard this from an FBI official who was at the meeting with POTUS.

“This was a well-choreographed military operation with units that not only were set up specifically to hack in to obtain information, but other units… used for psychological warfare, were weaponizing that.” Meet the Russians who hacked the 2016 election

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