"The Secretary of State" interviews John Kerry about U.S. efforts to halt the use of chemical weapons in Syria. "Imminent Danger" takes a look at the mental health system and examines whether it is failing those with severe mental illnesses like schizophrenia. "Killing Jesus" interviews controversial Fox News host Bill O'Reilly about his new book.
"Disability, USA" takes a look at the alarming state of the federal disability program. "Super 6-1" interviews eyewitnesses and looks at never-before-seen footage of the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu. "Cosmic Roulette" examines the dangers posed by near-Earth asteroids.
"Detroit" takes a look at efforts to revive the Midwestern city which is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. "Boy Wonder" interviews a teenage science student who may have invented an early test for pancreatic cancer. "Rescue" profiles a bank manager who managed to save 105 Vietnamese bank workers during the fall of Saigon.
"Washington's Open Secret" examines how members of Congress use funds donated to their political action committees for personal use. "Dick Cheney's Heart" interviews the former vice president about his problems with heart disease. "Return of the Humpbacks" profiles two different individuals who are working to save the endangered humpback whale.
"Benghazi" interviews an man who claims to be an eyewitness to the al Qaeda attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya. "The Deputy Director" interviews Mike Morell the former Deputy Director of the CIA. "The Greatest Show on Earth" goes backstage at the Metropolitan Opera to look at efforts to reinvigorating the centuries-old art form.
"Guantanamo" visits the military base in Cuba where accused 9/11 terrorists will soon face the biggest war crimes tribunal since Nuremberg. "Lamborghini" offers an inside look at the luxury automobile company. "The Perfectionist" profiles Nick Saban head football coach of the University of Alabama.
"210 Days in Captivity" interviews Matthew Schrier about how he was held hostage in Syria. "GoPro" examines the revolutionary camera and how it became the top selling camera in the world. "Capturing History" profiles freelance photojournalist Henry Grossman. Lara Logan apologizes for inaccuracies in the previous aired segment on Benghazi.
"Gitmo" offers a rate inside view of Guantanamo Bay prison where 164 accused terrorists have been locked up without charge or trial. "The Giving Pledge" looks at a group of billionaires who have pledged to give at least a half of their fortunes to charity. "The Recyclers" looks at an orchestra that originates in one of the poorest places in Paraguay.
"The Gaskos" looks at the 16-year search and eventual capture of Boston mobster Whitey Bulger. "The War Within" investigates a new kind of therapy that may help veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. "Gladwell" interviews the writer Malcolm Gladwell about the link between adversity and innovation.
"Amazon" interviews CEO Jeff Bezos about the Internet company's plan to deliver packages by drone. "The Capitol Dome" celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Capitol Dome by looking at its history. "Free Diving" rebroadcasts a segment on the extreme sport.
"Mandela" pays tribute to the late South Africa leader and rebroadcasts a segment about his life and family. "Survivor" interviews former Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell who was the lone survivor of a heated 2005 battle with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
"Inside the NSA" offers an inside look at the secretive National Security Agency and interviews some of the people involved in the agency including its director. "The Copts" examines the ancient sect of Egyptian Christians and looks at how they are suffering persecution due to the recent unrest in Egypt.
"Susan Rice" profiles the U.S. National Security Advisor. "Rocky Mountain High" rebroadcasts a segment on the thriving medical marijuana industry in Colorado. "Quarterback Guru" looks at a program that teachers young quarterbacks how to make it to the college level and possibly the NFL.
"The Birdmen" rebroadcasts a segment on a group of extreme athletes who have made a suit the can fly. "Spy on the Ice" rebroadcasts a segment on how robotic cameras are used in a polar bear documentary. "The Nile Crocodile" rebroadcasts a segment on the man-eating Nile crocodile that is both graceful and dangerous.
"The Cleantech Crash" critically examines clean-tech energy alternatives to fossil fuels and whether they have been successful. "Hollywood's Villain" profiles Kim Dotcom the founder of Megaupload which has been accused of Internet piracy. "Volcanoes" looks at what we know about volcanoes.
"The Case of Alex Rodriguez" investigates the doping case of New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez and interviews Anthony Bosch who claims to assist him in his drug use. "Memory Wizards" revisits the story of people with superior autobiographical memory who can remember virtually every day of their lives.
"Rescue of Jessica Buchanan" rebroadcasts a segment on the rescue of an American aid worker in Somalia. "The Lost Boys" rebroadcasts a segment on Sudanese refugees who fled the Sudanese civil war and resettled throughout the United States.
"Nowhere to Go" investigates the severe shortcomings in mental health care for young people. "Help Wanted" examines Year Up program that helps disadvantaged youths find jobs in American corporations. "Jay Leno" interview the host of the Tonight Show on the eve of his departure from the show.
"Boy Wonder" rebroadcasts a segment on teenage science student who may have invented an early test for pancreatic cancer. "Children Helping Children" rebroadcasts a look at an organization founded by Craig Kielburger that helps empower children to help other children. "The Mozart of Chess" rebroadcasts a profile of chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen.
"Sex Matters" examines how the FDA does not often suggest different drug doses based on sex despite the fact that many drugs are metabolized differently by men and women. "100,000 Homes" looks at how providing housing for homeless people with medical problems may actually save taxpayer money. "Philip Seymour Hoffman" rebroadcasts a segment on the recently deceased actor.
"Enemy of the State" looks at corruption in Russian government and how the fight to expose corruption has created a rift between the Unites States and Russia. "The F-35" takes an inside look at the most expensive weapons system in history. "Cate Blanchett" interviews the Australia actress who is up for an Oscar.
"Shooting at Chardon High" interviews an assistant football coach who stopped a gunman at a high school. "The Con Man" interview famous art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi. "Liam Neeson" interviews the actor about his wife's untimely death and his future in movies.
"The Gaskos" rebroadcasts a segment on the capture of elusive Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. "The Murder of an American Nazi" rebroadcasts a segment on the murder of a neo-Nazi leader by his own son. "Stealing History" rebroadcasts a segment on the theft of American historical artifacts.
"The Data Brokers" investigate the private companies that collect and analyze the personal information of millions of Americans. "Heart of the Revolution" reports on the political changes sweeping Ukraine and the crisis in the Crimea. "Alma" looks at a new radio telescope that will allow scientists to see parts of the universe that they have never before seen.
"Bassem Youssef" profiles the Egyptian television political humorist who is compared to American satirist Jon Stewart. "Drones Over America" looks at the future of commercial drones in American. "Cajun Ketchup" takes a behind the scenes look at the making of Tabasco sauce.
"Manhunt" offers an inside look at the manhunt to catch the perpetrators of last year's Boston Marathon bombing. "The Pink Panthers" looks at a group of European thieves that have stolen $500 million in jewelry and art over a period of 20 years. "The Cartoonist" offers a behind the scenes look at how The New Yorker selects its famous cartoons.
"Rigged" examines how high speed traders are using fiber optic cables to work the stock market to their advantage. "Fast Cars and Rocket Ships" profiles rocket and automobile pioneer Elon Musk. "The Virtuoso" profiles blind jazz musician Marcus Roberts.
"3 Years Later" goes to Japan to revisit the site of the Fukushima nuclear accident which turned the area into a toxic ghost town frozen in past. "The Health Wagon" reports on how nurses are providing badly needed health care to the uninsured poor of Appalachia. "Discovered" examines the Nazi looted billion-dollar art trove of Cornelius Gurlitt.
"Francis" looks at the new pope of the Catholic Church who is spurning tradition and bring a humility and humanity back to the papacy. "Hometown Favorite" talks to marathon runner and Boston-area native Shalane Flanagan about last years Boston Marathon attack and how it has affected her preparation for this year's marathon.
"Robin Hood" rebroadcasts a segment on the Robin Hood Foundation a charity that helps New York's neediest people. "Memory Wizards" rebroadcasts a segment on people with superior autobiographical memory. "Joy in the Congo" rebroadcasts a profile of the Kinshasa Symphony.
"America's Missile Fields" takes a special behind-the-scenes look into one of the U.S. Air Force's nuclear missile control center. "Saving the Children" profiles British humanitarian Nicholas Winton who helped save hundreds of mostly Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.
"Over a Barrel" looks at how oil giant BP is complaining about the interpretation of an agreement it made to compensate victims of the 2010 Gulf oil spill. "90+" examines a landmark study of thousands of elderly retirees living in Southern California that is intended to reveal factors that contribute to long life.
"Washington's Open Secret" rebroadcasts a segment on how members of Congress use funds donated to their political action committees for personal use. "Emergency" looks at a hospital in Africa founded by Dr. Gino Strada that helps people suffering from complications of untreated strep throat. "Salmon in the Sea" examines whether salmon farmers in the Pacific Northwest are threatening wild salmon population.
"8 Days in Tehran" reports from Iran on the new president Hassan Rouhani and the prospect of a nuclear deal. "The Capitol Dome" rebroadcasts a segment on the 150th anniversary of the Capitol Dome. "The Recyclers" rebroadcasts a segment on an orchestra that originates in one of the poorest places in Paraguay.
"The War Within" rebroadcasts a segment on a new kind of therapy that may help veterans who are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. "Sex Matters" rebroadcasts a segment on how drugs are metabolized differently by men and women. "Liam Neeson" rebroadcasts an interview with the famous actor.
"The Shooting at Chardon High" rebroadcasts an interview with an assistant football coach who stopped a gunman at a high school. "The F-35" rebroadcasts an inside look at the most expensive weapons system in history. "Capturing History" rebroadcasts a profile of freelance photojournalist Henry Grossman.
"Imminent Danger" rebroadcasts a segment investigating America's mental health system. "Bassem Youssef" rebroadcasts a profile of the Egyptian political humorist. "Cosmic Roulette" rebroadcasts a segment on the dangers posed by asteroids falling from space.
"Sticker Shock" rebroadcasts a segment on the world's largest eye-wear company. "100,000 Homes" rebroadcasts a segment on providing housing for homeless people with medical problems. "Jay Leno" rebroadcasts an interview with the host of the Tonight Show on the eve of his departure from the show.
"Disability, USA" rebroadcasts an investigation into the alarming state of federal disability programs. "Lamborghini" rebroadcasts a segment on the luxury automobile company. "Cate Blanchett" rebroadcasts an interview with the popular Australia actress.
"Hollywood's Villain" rebroadcasts a segment on Kim Dotcom the founder of Megaupload which has been accused of Internet piracy. "Gladwell" rebroadcast a segment on the writer Malcolm Gladwell and the link between adversity and innovation. "Volcanoes" rebroadcasts a look at what we know about volcanoes.
"America's Missile Fields" rebroadcasts a special behind-the-scenes look into one of the U.S. Air Force's nuclear missile control center. "Discovered" rebroadcasts an examination of the Nazi looted billion-dollar art trove of Cornelius Gurlitt.