This week, CBS News lost a legend. Morley Safer — the painter of prose, the prolific proponent of the truth — had a journalistic range and voice that's nearly impossible to come by. From the front lines of Vietnam to Katharine Hepburn's living room, Safer cut right to the humanity of the world's most prominent figures, taking viewers along for the ride. He laughed with the Muppets. He flirted with Dame Helen Mirren. He even took Anna Wintour and Alec Baldwin to task.
Now, relive those fearless, authentic moments with a "60 Minutes" tribute to the man who brought journalistic integrity to the day's biggest stories, week after week, for more than 50 years.