Scott Pelley interviews Jessica Buchanan, the American aid worker who recounts her terrifying October 2011 kidnapping, captivity and dramatic nighttime rescue on January 25, 2012 by Navy SEAL Team 6 in the Somali desert.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta profiles Air Force veteran Mike Haynie, a Syracuse University business professor who created a course that teaches veterans how to start their own businesses.
Charlie Rose interviews Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who shows him a priceless and inspirational da Vinci manuscript.
Dr. Hooten and Dr. Tierney take a son to court regarding his mother's organ donation. Dr. NapurÂ is upset with Dr. Lieberman over how to treat an overweight boy.Â Dr. Ridgeway is attacked by a patient and needs emergency surgery.
A judge, who is a possible Supreme Court nominee, gets surprising news after her brain tumor is removed. Dr. Robidaux requires assistance while treating an accident victim in the emergency room. Dr. Ridgeway and Dr. Park disagree over how to treat a patient with epilepsy.moreless
The weekly conference leaves the doctors wondering what could have been done to prevent Dr. Delany's patient from dying. Doctors Napur and Villanueva help a patient recover after a suicide attempt while Doctors Napur and Tierney wonder if resources should be used on patients attempt suicide. Dr. Wilson is sued by Dr. Ridgeway's husband.moreless
Ty and Tina help a friend of Jacob Gold's who has a head injury in Afghanistan. Sidney believes a baby could have a brain problem due the laughter sounding different. Sung and Hooten get in hot water after trying to get two family members of a brain-dead patient to fix some issues.moreless
After the hospital receives a stabbing victim one of the doctors is shocked to realize that the victim is his own son. Some colleagues of the father must help to save the son's life. Sung hopes to get a violinists perfect pitch back by removing something from the brain. Buck isn't sure what to do with the request from a kidney donor after the transplant went wrong.moreless
Dr. Alvin Wayne causes panic after walking in on the wrong day for a procedure he will assist in. Everybody wonders if his cognitive skills need checking. After swimmer has a seizure an interesting diagnosis is found.Tina needs help with a procedure and Sidney may get in trouble after a doctor misses a diagnosis in a former patientmoreless
Dr. Ridgeway plans to use an unusual operation that doesn't sit well with the doctors at their weekly conference. She plans to use the procedure so that a patient can cope better with his OCD. Dr. Villanueva must find a way to treat a patient, who is bleeding critically, but her religious beliefs get in the way of care she will need. A former patient decides to sue Dr. Park because she had an unusual side effect after her operation.moreless
Sung has to apologize to the head of risk management because no apology was given to the window of the patient who died on the table. Ty and Michelle have a problem when it a person thought to be schizophrenic is unable to give consent for life-saving surgery. Sydney and Lieberman go out on a date but discover that they take their work with them on the date.
Dr. Buck is forced to check his behavior after finding out that he is named in a malpractice lawsuit brought on by Mitch Tompkins a malpractice attorney.moreless
Two doctors try to get a patient have the brain tumor fixed with surgery one more time. Dr. Ridgway needs help dealing with the loss of a patient. A doctor tries to get a resident in trouble declaring a possible organ donor dead. A doctor needs help giving a diagnosis to a patient.moreless
In Monday Mornings we get a look at the other side of the doctors at Chelsea General Hospital. We at look at how decisions doctors make not only affect the patients but could affect the doctor's job as well.moreless
Scott Pelley reports on the impact of the end of the Space Shuttle program in which 7,000 employees at the Kennedy Space Center lost their jobs and the devastating ripple effect on local businesses in Brevard County.
Dr. Robert Lustig, a pediatric endocrinologist at the University of California at San Francisco, believes the high amount of sugar in the American diet is deadly. His research, supported by new studies from some of the nation's most respected institutions, suggests that sugar is toxic and a contributory factor to cancer, obesity, Type II diabetes, hypertension and even heart disease and stroke.
Morley Safer visits the Art Basel Miami Beach art fair where contemporary art prices have been outperforming the stock market since 2003.
Bob Simon interviews an Iraqi defector code-named Curve Ball whose false tale of a mobile, biological weapons program was the chief justification for invading Iraq.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports on a nine-month investigation of counterfeit prescription drugs.
Katie Couric reports on an experimental New York City charter school.