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Mike Wallace profiles Ricky Williams who went from football to yoga and back again. He explains why.
Ed Bradley talks to teens who join a club and make a no-sex-until-marriage pledge
Andy Rooney and the obvious about smokers in America
Is there hope within this lifetime of Parkinson's patients and is the drug company with the possible treatment, withholding it?
Ed Bradley looks into the efforts by New Orleans police to restore order and Morley Safer reports on the man who decided how much money each 9/11 victim-survivor received.
Scott Pelley tries to find out why the levees failed after Katrina's rampage.
The Baby Boomer's kids start to replace their parents in the marketplace.
Why do Americans flock to 3rd world countries for surgery? Bob Simon reports.
From actor to governor. Arnold Schwarzenegger talks with Morley Safer about foreign born citizens running for president.
Also, are those career colleges all they promise to be?
Hilary Swank is also featured.
Mike Wallace with a revealing look at the Russian leader and Jane Fonda discusses her life so far, including her infamous Hanoi visit during the Viet Nam war.
How much did the makers of Vioxx know and when did they know it? Ed Bradley reports.
Scott Pelley investigates mass murder and refugee desperation in Sudan.
Lesley Stahl looks into Dave Ramsey's crusade to return Americans to using cash, not credit.
Michael Scheuer, once head of the CIA and highly critical of the government's failure to succeed at getting Bin Laden, drops his veil of anonymity and interviews with Steve Kroft.
Also, parents supplying alcohol to their underage children and how a society of people knew the tsunami was coming and escaped to safety in time.
Why would the CIA hand over terrorist suspects to countries known for their torture techniques?
Black babies are increasingly be adopted by parents in other countries and Dustin Hoffman gives a pleasant, very open interview.
Steve Kroft reports on the shortcomings of our own government in providing proper equipment, including armored vehicles, for our troops overseas.
We allot more than $10 BILLION for homeland security, so, want to know where it's actually going? You might not!
Film maker is victim of a Muslim ordered hit!
Have you ordered your personal flying machine yet?
Unbelievable feats by kids you typically see in any playground; even more unbelievable and highly gifted contributions from children who are considered challenged.
How are these individuals discovered, nurtured and enjoyed?
Popular video games are increasingly violent. Are they the cause of violence among teens, including murder?
Should high performing high schoolers be automatically given spots in prestigious colleges? Also, a new species of monkey discovered!
Canadian lottery scams just seem to get more bold and even vicious. Find out who is behind them and how to spot them.
Also, a poor African girl and her family are given a goat that changes their lives.
And Bob Dylan is interviewed.
How can the U.S. justify calling back to active duty, soldiers who have already put their time in and are now over 50 years old?
Also: Is the space race growingly dependent on private investors?
Steve Kroft reports on Jon Stewart and his Daily Show on Comedy Central. Jon has done more than anyone to make fake news popular and his coverage of the 2004 election won him a Peabody Award.
Steve Kroft reports on the "echo boomers," children of the the baby boomers, born between the early 1980s and the early 1990s and numbering 80 million strong.