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  • September 16, 2007 Alan Greenspan; Swimming with Sharks
    September 16, 2007 Alan Greenspan; Swimming with Sharks Alan Greenspan is featured in this double length segment with Lesley Stahl exploring how he could lead the economy out of the 9/11 aftermath, but why he didn’t even seem to try to curb the subprime lending abuses crushing today’s economy? In this interview, Stahl also taps into the more personal side of Greenspan. His marriage to a television news correspondent and his tour with a band playing saxophone. In the Swimming with Sharks segment, Bob Simon explores the controversial tourist attraction of entering a cage then dropped into the ocean while sharks are attracted, sometimes with chum (fish bait to spur a feeding frenzy). Is this teaching the sharks that humans are to be associated with food ?moreless
  • September 09, 2007 Ground Zero; Get Me The Geeks; Pavarotti Silenced
  • August 19, 2007 Revisiting: Deep Water; The Age of Warming; Simon Cowell
    August 19, 2007 Revisiting: Deep Water; The Age of Warming; Simon Cowell
  • July 29, 2007 Prescription Prices; Morley Safer Goes to Jail; Mixed Martial Arts
    July 29, 2007 Prescription Prices; Morley Safer Goes to Jail; Mixed Martial Arts The U.S. has the highest priced drugs in the world and tonight, Steve Kroft investigates the political reasons that may be keeping them this way. A look into the Medicare prescription drug bill and why can’t the government negotiate for better prices? In another story, Morley Safer visits ‘the big house’ and Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco who still tries to claim he didn’t do anything wrong. Kozlowski earned over $100 million a year and was still found guilty of stealing even more for some high flying excesses that are hard to believe. Does everyone recall the $6,000 he paid for a shower curtain? Finally, Scott Pelley reports on a brutal pugilistic sport that combines martial arts jiu-jitsu with boxing and wrestling. Called MMA (Mixed Martial Arts), this fighting frequently ends up with serious injuries and broken bones. Also, Andy Rooney.moreless
  • July 8, 2007 - Wake Up Call, Shooting Tigers, The Loneliest People

    Medicare spirals toward bankruptcy despite ongoing gov't attempts to make it right. Steve Kroft reports on what is going wrong and what needs to be done.
    There are maybe 5,000 tigers still wild in the Indian jungles. There were 100,000 not that long ago. If there isn't a solution found for the ongoing poaching and encroachment into their natural habitat, the only tigers that may be left are those in the zoos. Scott Pelley examines this devastation.
    Lesley Stahl examines the "Lonliest People". Children who are shuttled place to place in the foster care system, stranger to stranger are now trying to placed with actual family members who are safe and familiar.

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  • June 24, 2007 Re-visited episodes Exposing the Truth; Family Ties; Hitler’s Secret Archive
    June 24, 2007 Exposing the Truth; Family Ties; Hitler’s Secret Archive Re-visited episodes.

    Joe Darby, the soldier who exposed the atrocities at Abu Ghraib became shunned, even in his hometown. Anderson Cooper reports.

    Family Ties explores how anonymous sperm donations that aren’t so anonymous anymore. How “donor siblings” are finding each other and why. Steve Kroft reports..

    Hitler’s Secret Archive includes more than 50 million pages of documents and lists 17.5 million victims. Scott Pelley speaks with three survivors seeing their own records for the first time.moreless
  • June 17, 2007 The Mother of All Heists; A Pill To Forget; John Daly’s Recipe For Success
    June 17, 2007 The Mother of All Heists; A Pill To Forget; John Daly’s Recipe For Success

    Millions of dollars sent to Iraq has just disappeared. Why isn’t anyone really looking for this cash? Steve Kroft reports. Lesley Stahl examines the pros and cons behind the usage of a drug that’s already on the market – to alter someone’s memory of traumatic events. Highly controversial, it isn’t as simple a decision as it seems. After all, aren’t we the sum of all of our experiences, both good and bad? John Daley is no stranger to controversy or over the top living. Tonight he discusses his lifestyle and no excuses with Morley Safer.moreless
  • June 10, 2007 Barry Diller’s Third Act; revisits
    June 10, 2007 Barry Diller’s Third Act; revisits

    Online entrepreneur Barry Diller was once a Hollywood mogul as well. Leslie Stahl finds out what drives him and what’s next. Also (revisits) No Fly List and Sea Gypsies.
  • June 3, 2007 Kevorkian’s Freedom Interview; Vanessa Redgrave; Iranian President Mahmoud
    June 3, 2007 Kevorkian’s Freedom Interview; Vanessa Redgrave; Iranian President Mahmoud

    Dr. Jack Kevorkian sits down with Mike Wallace in his first interview since being released from prison for the lethal injection of a terminally ill patient. Kevorkian, now 79, is a staunch advocate of physician assisted suicide, has reported helped 130 people end their lives and still hopes to make it legal.

    Mike Wallace also seems to continue a passionate interview that began in 1979 with Vanessa Redgrave in her first interview since that date. A candidate for a Tony Award for her role in “The Year Of Magical Thinking”, Redgrave is no less outspoken than she was 28 years ago. Wrapping up this 60 Minutes trilogy of stories, Mike Wallace re-visits his ground breaking interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

    Let’s not forget we also have Andy Rooney.moreless
  • May 27, 2007 Fathers, Sons and Brothers
    May 27, 2007 Fathers, Sons and Brothers

    Memorial Day weekend dedication. Scott Pelley has followed National Guardsmen for close to two years. A very special honorarium to our service people.
  • May 20, 2007 Deepwater; Patient Dumping; One Laptop Per Child
    May 20, 2007 Deepwater; Patient Dumping; One Laptop Per Child

    Steve Kroft reports on continued government bungling with a multi-billion dollar program for the US Coast Guard that falls far short of strengthening the protection of our shores. A project called “Deepwater”, according to Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md), made a huge mess of the attempt to combine efforts of defense contractors and the Guard.moreless
  • May 13, 2007 Who Is Mitt Romney? Cut Commissions; Ali Abbas
    May 13, 2007 Who Is Mitt Romney? Cut Commissions; Ali Abbas

    Republican candidate Mitt Romney talks with Mike Wallace tonight about his Mormon faith and dark horse position in the upcoming presidential election. Romney discusses how his political views have changed in some cases over the years, but also how he's balanced budgets as governor of Massachusetts. Lesley Stahl discusses the personal losses that the stalled housing market is effecting on Real Estate sales people. Not only are sales down, but because of internet sales, Realtors commission is another place for discounts to be made. Ali Abbas suffered the loss of both arms and most of his family members when a stray American bomb in Iraq changed his life. Ali Abbas talks with Bob Simon about how he's inspired to write and draw with remarkable talent. Perhaps most remarkable is that without his arms, he's learned to use his feet.moreless
  • May 06, 2007 Lou Dobbs; Inside The Enemy Camp; Thrift Store Masterpiece
    May 06, 2007 Lou Dobbs; Inside the Enemy Camp; Thrift Store Masterpiece

    Lou Dobbs, CNN anchor who is perhaps most known for hosting business news, arm in arm with both corporations and profits, has become reformed. Tonight's report with Lesley Stahl examines how Dobbs has now turned into a populist pundit, championing the everyday citizen while railing against illegal immigrants.

    'Inside the Enemy Camp' is a surprising look at Nasir Abas, a former jihad seeking Muslim radical who is now trying to follow the true Muslim path of peace. Abas used to train terrorists at highly secretive camps that produced those associated with hundreds of innocent lives lost. Bob Simon reports on how Abas is trying to make up for his past by educating young Muslims in rejecting radicalism and violence.

    Finally, Teri Horton, a fiesty, 74 year old former truck driver, bought a painting for $5.00 at a thrift store. Now she's positive it's a multi-million dollar Jackson Pollock masterpiece and insists there's a fingerprint on the back that proves it. Anderson Cooper reports.moreless
  • April 29, 2007 Slam Dunk
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    Scott Pelley talks with former CIA head, George Tenet about the now infamous remark, spurred by the Bush administration and considered one of the justifications behind going to war. Tenet is candid and animated about being used, misunderstood and misrepresented, determined to set the record straight.moreless
  • April 22, 2007 Mind of an Assassin; Life In Baghdad; Stop Snitchin'
    April 22, 2007 Mind of an Assassin; Life In Baghdad; Stop Snitchin'

    Mind of an Assassin: Scott Pelley reports about the findings of the Secret Service study that profiles killers. Tonight the study is compared to what is known about the Virginia Tech shooter. Lara Logan reports about life in Baghdad, Iraq's capital city where survival is uppermost on citizens' minds every day. Finally, in "Stop Snitchin", Anderson Cooper explores the hip-hop cultures reported undermining of investigations into murders nationwide.moreless
  • April 15, 2007 Lacrosse Players Innocent; Imus; Maximum Security
    April 15, 2007 Lacrosse Players Innocent; Imus; Maximum Security Education

    Lesley Stahl conducts the first interview with the Duke Lacross players recently found innocent of all charges in the rape charges that gleaned national attention. Also, Mike Wallace did a extensive profile on Don Imus nearly a decade ago. How stunningly current and revealing that story is is explored tonight. Finally, inmates in college behind bars. Bob Simon visits a prison where long-time inmates attend school though the prestigious Bard College.moreless
  • April 08, 2007 Senator John McCain; Meet Dr. Evil; Vive Les Nukes!
    April 08, 2007 Senator John McCain; Meet Dr. Evil; Vive Les Nukes!

    Scott Pelley interviews Sen. John McCain after his controversial comments while strolling through the al-Shorjah market in Baghdad. Why he's now apologizing and explaining. In a second segment, Washington lobbyist, Rick Berman is the man everyone seems to love to hate. Known as "Dr. Evil", Morley Safer reports about the heart of the matter. Steve Kroft reports tonight about why France is quietly at the forefront of world interest in their nuclear energy program.moreless
  • April 01, 2007 Under The Influence; A Not So Perfect Match; The Age of Warming
    April 01, 2007 Under The Influence; A Not So Perfect Match; The Age of Warming

    'Under the Influence': A Republican congressman calls the push to pass Medicare's prescription drug bill one of the "ugliest", lobbyist frenzys he's seen. Steve Kroft reports. In 'A Not So Perfect Match', Leslie Stahl reports on how DNA crime scene profiling may soon involve the suspect's family members as well. Does this go too far? Scott Pelley visits Antarctica in his report on 'The Age of Warming'. How the coldest place on our planet is the fastest warming.moreless
  • March 25, 2007 John & Elizabeth Edwards; Dennis Kozlowski; The Network
    March 25, 2007 John & Elizabeth Edwards; Dennis Kozlowski; The Network

    Katie Couric with an up close and very personal interview with John and Elizabeth Edwards; about John's campaign and Elizabeth's recent, devastating news of incurable cancer. Dennis Kozlowski, prisoner 05A4820: Morley Safer sits down with the disgraced Tyco chief now behind bars. Also, Bob Simon talks with a former Jihadist who is now renouncing violence.moreless
  • March 18, 2007 The Killings In Haditha; Simon Cowell; Rooney's News Take
    March 18, 2007 The Killings In Haditha; Simon Cowell; Rooney's News Take

    Staff Sgt Frank Wuterich killed at least 18 Iraqi civilians in Haditha, including women and children. Wuterich says he's sorry, but would do it again. Also tonight: Simon Cowell, his years with American Idol and seemingly golden touch with worldwide efforts and interests in just about everything. Finally, Andy Rooney's take on the way news is presented.moreless
  • March 11, 2007 The Widows of Harlan County; Left Behind; The Anthrax Case
    March 11, 2007 The Widows of Harlan County; Left Behind; The Anthrax Case

    Bob Simon reports on how the widows of the miners lost in one of the most tragic, current mine cave-ins are doing. Scott Pelley reports on thousands of Iraqis who helped US troops, construction and business people - still in Iraq and targeted for their perceived treason. Many want to come to the U.S. for a new life, after all, they risked theirs for Americans, so why are they still there? Also, Lesley Stahl delves more into the The Anthrax Case, reviewing the attacks in 2001 and how the single "person of interest" has not only never been charged, but is launching a lawsuit. Is Dr. Steven Hatfill attacking the FBI as a pre-emptive strike or is he truly a victim?moreless
  • March 04, 2007 Jihad Online; Wake-Up Call; Dog Nut
    March 04, 2007 Jihad Online; Wake-Up Call; Dog Nut

    The internet has become a wealth of information and a way to bring people closer than ever. It has also become a tool for terrorists. Scott Pelley reports about Jihad. com. Wake-Up America! Steve Kroft reports with US Comptroller General David Walker about the spiraling of the Medicare program unless people really pay attention and take it seriously. Dog Nut: "The Simpsons" multimillionaire creator, Sam Simon, talks with Morley Safer about his commitment to saving stray dogs, even going so far as to get many of them trained to help assist the deaf.moreless
  • February 25, 2007 Dissension In the Ranks; Nazi Deception; Bill O'Reilly
    February 25, 2007 Dissension In the Ranks; Nazi Deception; Bill O'Reilly

    More than 1,000 active and reserve duty military members show no qualms about speaking their minds with regard to the current situation. Lara Logan reports about their publically petitioning Congress.

    Also, little known propaganda in the form of an incredible Nazi Deception, involving the creation of a Czechoslovakian town where Jews were reportedly treated very well. Bob Simon reports on the survivors, some of them returning to the town and how the children's opera "Brundibar" daringly mocked the Nazi's. Finally, Mike Wallace with Bill O'Reilly. This is a whole new spin on the clash of the titans.moreless
  • February 18, 2007 The Other Iraq; Diagnosis: Autism; Hillbilly Rockstar
    February 18, 2007 The Other Iraq; Diagnosis: Autism; Hillbilly Rockstar Bob Simon reports on a rather peaceful area of Iraq where Americans are welcomed. Lesley Stahl reports on how, while there is no cure for Autism, there is new hope in a better result when treated early. Kenny Chesney is interviewed by Anderson Cooper.moreless
  • February 11, 2007February 11, 2007 Obama; The Death of Timothy Souders; Norah Jones
    Pre-empted for the superbowl on February 04, 2007, 60 Minutes returns tonight

    February 11, 2007 Obama; The Death of Timothy Souders; Norah Jones

    Democratic presidential contender, Barack Obama and his wife sit down with Steve Kroft in a candid interview about his past, his present and his hopes for the future. Also, Scott Pelley investigates the tragic death of a mentally ill inmate who died from thirst. How should facilities care for the more than quarter million other mentally impaired prisoners in the U.S.? Katie Couric interviews Norah Jones as her 3rd album stands to sell millions.moreless
  • January 28, 2007 An American in North Korea; Get Me The Geeks! ; Brain Man
    January 28, 2007 An American in North Korea; Get Me The Geeks! ; Brain Man

    Bob Simon interviews the last known American defector who has been living in North Korea since the 1960’s. In ‘Get Me The Geeks’, Steve Kroft reports on the increasing popularity and necessity of techs who can actually not only wire our DVD players, computers and t.v. sets, but pretty much anything in this nearly completely electronic world. Brain Man, Daniel Tammet, stands out among those who are considered true savants in the strictest of terms (only about 50 worldwide). Daniel is providing once in a lifetime information about exactly how his brain and thought processes work, as it happens. Morley Safer reports.moreless
  • January 14, 2007 President Bush; Duke LaCrosse Rape Case (double segment)
    January 14, 2007 President Bush; Duke LaCrosse Rape Case (double segment)

    Scott Pelley interviews President Bush about details of his Iraq speech this past week.

    Also: Duke LaCrosse Rape Case forensic expert admits to a “big error in judgment”. Lesley Stahl includes the parents of the accused in a group interview. Did the victim have DNA from several men who were not even on the LaCrosse team.moreless
  • January 07, 2007 Poisoned; First Lady; Dame Helen
    January 07, 2007 Poisoned; First Lady; Dame Helen

    Russian spy and dissident Alexander Litvinenko poisoned and slowly dying, tells the world who did it. Bob Simon reports on a real life mystery that movies are made of. Plus: First Lady Betty Ford speaks with Lesley Stahl about her husband, President Gerald Ford, her own struggles with substance abuse and cancer. Also, Morley Safer with British actress Helen Mirren, the star of the controversial and powerful movie about the Queen of England.moreless
  • December 24, 2006 Revisited: Swimming to Antartica; Rex; The Orphanage
    December 24, 2006 Swimming to Antarctica; Rex; The Orphanage Revisiting the episode with Scott Pelley reporting on Lynne Cox, record setting swimmer who pursues a new and so far, impossible challenge: A mile in the Antarctic ocean, with only a swimsuit on. Rex: Lesley Stahl visits with musical savants The Orphanage is in Africa, but may not be what you think. This is for elephants who have suffered the loss of their mothers to poaching horrors.moreless
  • December 17, 2006 Hitler’s Secret Archive; The Lonliest People; The King Of Comedy
    December 17, 2006 Hitler’s Secret Archive; The Lonliest People; The King Of Comedy

    Three Jewish survivors sit down with Scott Pelley and look at their own Holocaust records as more than 50 million pages are exposed. 17.5 million victims. The Lonliest People may be unwanted children who bounce from home to home. Lesley Stahl takes an in-depth look at foster care kids who are thought to be un-adoptable. The new push to find family members and establish new roots may be their only hope. Also, he was known as “Larry The Cable Guy”, but there’s more to Dan Whitney than that. Bob Simon reports on how this ‘every man’ turns routine life into a sense of humor.moreless
  • December 10, 2006 Exposing The Truth; the Phantom of Corleone; A New Kind of Fight
    December 10, 2006 Exposing The Truth; the Phantom of Corleone; A New Kind of Fight

    Abu Ghraib was exposed when Joe Darby reported fellow soldiers for the horrific abuse. Anderson Cooper reports on how Darby continues to suffer threats, along with his family. The Phantom of Corleone was on the run for decades. Bernardo Provenzano, head of the Sicilian Mafia, finally caught! Steve Kroft reports on why this hasn’t seemed to change business as usual. A New Kind of Fight takes a look at mixed martial arts, once shunned by society as barbaric, extraordinarily vicious fighting. Now, a fast growing sport, Scott Pelley examines the changes in rules and increasing popularity.moreless
  • December 03, 2006 Netflix; Hiding From Death; The Gift
    December 03, 2006 Netflix; Hiding From Death; The Gift

    How Netflix began, the problems it faces, how they hope to resolve it and stay ahead of the competition. Lesley Stahl interviews Reed Hastings, Netflix’s founder. Hiding From Death looks at the remarkable story of a family that stayed hidden in a tiny bathroom for 3 months. Bob Simon reports on the terror in Rwanda with genocide having wiped out more than 800,000. The Gift is in piano virtuosa, Gabriela Montero. Morley Safer reports on this daring lady who is improvising the classics and winning fans.moreless
  • November 26, 2006 General Abizaid; The Memory Pill; Blue Jay
    November 26, 2006 General Abizaid; The Memory Pill; Blue Jay

    Lara Logan speaks with the top ranking US Military Commander in the Middle East about his own ideas for stabilizing Iraq. With things seeming to get worse lately, what is the solution? The Memory Pill examines a controversial treatment that may help victims of traumatic events remember less. Leslie Stahl reports. The Blue Jay is Jay Greenberg, a musical prodigy who had composed five symphonies by the age of 13. Scott Pelley interviews the incredible genius who is contracted with the London Symphony and composing his fifth symphony. Our modern day Mozart.moreless
  • November 19, 2006 Welcome to Hazleton; Shooting Tigers; Broadway Joe
    November 19, 2006 Welcome To Hazleton; Shooting Tigers; Broadway Joe

    Steve Kroft reports on how illegal immigration is effecting small towns across the U.S., taking a look in particular at Hazleton, PA, a city divided. Magnificent tigers, once 100,000 of them living and thriving in the wild, number just about 5,000 today in Indian jungles. Scott Pelley reports on how human development and heartless poachers have taken such a devastating toll. Broadway Joe, Namath of course, sits with Bob Simon and reminisces about his career in football, his injuries and icon status.moreless
  • November 12, 2006 Ed Bradley: In Memorium
    November 12, 2006 Ed Bradley: In Memorium

    With the unexpected passing of one of 60 Minute’s finest and long time journalist this week, tonight’s entire hour is dedicated to Ed Bradley’s contribution not only to this long lived series, but in the lives he touched.
  • November 05, 2006 Buried In Fine Print; The Ship Breakers; Russell Crowe
    November 05, 2006 Buried in the Fine Print; The Ship Breakers; Russell Crowe Jeff Flake (R-Ariz) demands that his colleagues cut the pork! Criticized by fellow House members, Flake crusades against ‘earmarks’, the secret parts of legislation that allows politicians to “bring home the bacon”. Morley Safer reports. Bob Simon explores the Ship Breakers of Bangladesh. Using mostly just their hands, for next to nothing in earnings, stripping old ships is a remarkably dangerous job. Steve Kroft sits down with a very candid Russell Crowe who tries to explain how difficult being rich and famous can be.moreless
  • October 29, 2006 A Fighting Chance; Explosion at Texas City; Big Man On Campus
    A FIGHTING CHANCE – As casualties rise in Iraq, so do the chances of surviving for today’s wounded soldiers, even those with catastrophic injuries. Those wounded on the battlefield are surviving at historically high rates thanks to new technology and the old-fashioned courage of combat medics and surgeons. Scott Pelley reports. Solly Granatstein is the producer. EXPLOSION AT TEXAS CITY – Internal BP documents examined by 60 Minutes confirm that top executives of the oil company were aware of safety issues that led to the worst American workplace accident in 16 years which killed 15 and injured at least 170. Ed Bradley reports. David Gelber and Joel Bach are the producers. BIG MAN ON CAMPUS – Steve Kroft profiles Notre Dame's head football coach, Charlie Weis, whose expletive-laced tirades seem to be putting the fight back into the Fighting Irish. Ira Rosen is the producer.moreless
  • October 22, 2006 The Mother Of All Heists; Two Heartbeats Away; Searching for Jacob
    October 22, 2006 The Mother of All Heists; Two Heartbeats Away; Searching for Jacob Steve Kroft reports on the missing half billion dollars that was directed toward fighting the insurgency in Iraq. Two Heartbeats Away features Lesley Stahl as she profiles Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, possibly the next House Speaker, which puts her second in the line of succession for the presidency. Scott Pelley has schoolbooks that belong to Jacob. Jacob escaped his village in Darfur while mass murder/genocide, lent a horrific page to history. The trail to return Jacob’s books is fascinating and heartbreaking.moreless
  • October 15, 2006 The Duke Rape Case; A Loss of Faith
    October 15, 2006 The Duke Rape Case; A Loss of Faith New interviews and information concerning the 3 lacrosse players from Duke University and their alleged attack on a black, exotic dancer. Ed Bradley reports in this double length segment. A Loss of Faith: When David Kuo, an Evangelical Christian, joined the Bush administration, he believe government and religion could work hand in hand. Now, having left his position, he claims religious leaders are as corrupt and manipulated for money and politics as the government officials.moreless
  • October 08, 2006 No Fly List; Pattie Dunn
    October 08, 2006 No Fly List; Carly; Pattie Dunn Is your name on the secret list that is used to screen passengers boarding airplanes? Innocent people, even dead people are on the list of possible terrorists. Steve Kroft reports. Carly: Lesley Stahl talks with Carleton (Carly) Fiorina about her fall from power within the Hewlett-Packard hierarchy . Pattie Dunn: Recently indicted , former Hewlett-Packard Chairwoman, Pattie Dunn discusses the accusations of illegally gathering phone records and why she thinks she’s being targeted. Leslie Stahl reports.moreless
  • October 01, 2006 State of Denial; Area 25; Bum Hunting
    October 01, 2006 State of Denial; Area 25; Bum Hunting Bob Woodward sits down with Mike Wallace tonight and exposes the truth behind the Iraq war. Why would our president be hiding the facts behind the violence and attacks on U.S. troops? Area 25 may sound like a new UFO site, but it’s a much more significant site deep in our own brains. Lesley Stahl reports on how the newest medicine and discovery of area 25 may end clinical depression. Bum Hunting is the latest, real life trend that mostly teen boys engage in. Ed Bradley investigates how and why such inhumanity is encouraged by irresponsible behavior on the part of commercial enterprises.moreless
  • September 24, 2006 39th Season Debut: Killing the Dying? Katie and Condoleezza; President Musharraf
    September 24, 2006 The 39th Season Debut: President Pervez Musharraf; Doctors and Nurses Euthanizing? The Private Side of Condoleezza Tonight begins the 39th season of 60 minutes with Steve Kroft posing the questions to Pakistani President Musharraf about his suggested terrorism ties. Katie Couric delves into the person, not the politics, who is Condoleezza Rice; Also, Morley Safer speaks to some doctors and nurses who reportedly help some patients die. Murder or mercy?moreless
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