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Tensions remain high on campaign trail over GOP presidential nominee's tirade against 1996 Miss Universe
After narrowly surviving being held hostage, former-Xerox exec Mary Quin tells 60 Minutes how she brought a radical British cleric to justice for his role in the kidnapping. Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Lesley Stahl goes to the top of the world where the next battle over oil and mineral resources is shaping up as the region becomes more accessible due to climate change.Sunday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Police had previously released only a single frame from a cellphone video they say shows Alfred Olango in a "shooting stance"
The most compelling photos from Sept. 24-30, 2016
Saturday at 10: Did a mortician kill and freeze a widow to live off of her millions or was it a desperate act to end abuse?
Saturday at 9: A blockbuster new twist upends the case against a young woman charged with killing her mother
What's new at the annual Paris Auto Show
On "60 Minutes" Sunday, Anderson Cooper interviews the director whose film "The Birth of a Nation" had generated a huge amount of Oscar buzz until an uproar grew over a serious incident in his past
The many faces of Elvis at the Elvies
A commuter train struck a wall after entering a station in New Jersey
From outfits inspired by top movies and musicians to hit TV shows and – ahem – certain politicians, these are the costumes expected to dominate this Halloween
A series on the Republican standard bearer's positions on the major issues heading into the election
A series on the Democratic nominee's positions on the major issues heading into the election
For foster children, the day of adoption is often the best day of their lives; and now, one California-based organization is documenting those happiest of moments