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Frances Haugen, a former Facebook employee, talked about how the company has lied about making progress on stopping violence and disinformation.
Haugen, who worked on Facebook's civic misinformation team, secretly copied thousands of internal documents before leaving the company in May.
The Wyoming Republican said colleagues in her party have whispered support but won't come forward publicly.
“We can blend in with our law enforcement,” Jim Arroyo told “60 Minutes." "Our training is much more advanced because of our military backgrounds."
Some Jan. 6 rioters could be charged with sedition for storming the Capitol.
Biles has repeatedly demanded a thorough, independent investigation into the years of assaults committed by team doctor Larry Nassar.
The former president described Michelle Obama's resistance to his 2008 presidential run in an interview with “60 Minutes.”
John McCain's widow speaks out about why she endorsed Joe Biden.
CBS finally aired President Donald Trump’s interview that showed him walking out after he got mad at the questions.
Spoiler alert: It's not what the White House said it was.
"It helps change the perception of who can do what, because that is still part of the battle after all."
“I think we have enough of an interview here," the president said.
“This will be done so that everybody can get a glimpse of what a FAKE and BIASED interview is all about,” the president tweeted.
At a Pennsylvania rally, President Donald Trump complained about his upcoming appearance on “60 Minutes” after he walked out on an interview earlier in the day.
The president reportedly cut his interview short with Lesley Stahl before criticizing her online and threatening to release footage prior to airtime.
The president's conservative critics also point out the key benefit to triggering him.
In a "60 Minutes" interview, the veteran journalist was asked why he went against his reputation of avoiding personal political judgments.
The show said Trump's administration defunded, for political reasons, a nonprofit engaged in potentially lifesaving research about coronaviruses.
"What is wrong with you?" journalist Soledad O'Brien tweeted about the program's coverage of the Navy SEAL.
A former New York City medical examiner who reviewed the photos obtained by '60 Minutes' argues that it doesn't add up to suicide.