"Ending America's Longest War" rebroadcasts an interview with U.S. General John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. "Coming Home" rebroadcasts a segment on veterans of a Marine company that took especially high ...
"The Islamic State" goes to northern Iraq to interview Kurdish Peshmerga fighters who are fighting the militant Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. "The Tax Refund Scam" examines a scam that has cost the U.S. Treasury billions of dollars in fraudulent tax refunds.
"President Obama" interviews the president about domestic and foreign and issues including the bombing he has ordered against the terrorists of ISIS. "Chairman Ma" profiles the executive director of the Chinese company Alibaba which is now valued at $231 billion.
"The Director" interviews the director of the FBI about terrorism, cybercrime, and other new challenges facing the bureau. "The Cost of Cancer Drugs" investigates why drugs for cancer treatments are so high. "The Smartest Dogs in the World" looks at a dog that can seemingly identify the names of over a thousand different toys.
"The Director" continues an interview with FBI director James Comey about cyber-crime. "The War on Leaks" interviews James Risen who broke the story on a secret wiretapping program of the NSA. "Public Enemy" looks at the capture of Sinaloa drug cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
"Ending Life" examines euthanasia and interviews a woman who was arrested for helping her dying father kill himself. "Gold Rush" goes to the Yukon to report on a new gold rush. "Saving History" looks at efforts to preserve some Italy's most iconic architectural treasures.
"Treating Ebola" interviews the nurses who treated American Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. "Breeding Out Disease" examines how genetic testing and in vitro fertilization may help scientists weed out diseases before the emerge. "Foo Fighters" profiles the popular rock band and its lead singer Dave Grohl.
"Recruiting for ISIS" examines how Islamic radicals in London are recruiting British citizens for battle in Syria and Iraq. "Under Fire" talks to a former Navy Seal who is under fire for writing a book about the raid on Osama bin Laden. "Blake Shelton" interviews the country music star.
"The Ebola Hot Zone" goes to Libera to take a first hand look at an Ebola treatment center run by the International Medical Corps. "Cleaning Up the VA" talks to Secretary for Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald about efforts to reorganize the VA. "Steve Carell" talks to the comedic actor about his new dramatic role.
"Water" examines reports on the depletion of groundwater across the globe focusing on California. "Cardinal Sean" interviews the archbishop of Boston and the head of the Roman Catholic Church's new commission to fight sex abuse. "Mandy Patinkin" interview the actor about his work of film, television, and the stage.
"Falling Apart" examine how infrastructure including roads, bridges, airports, and railways are decaying all over the country. "Chernobyl" visits the site of the decades old Soviet nuclear disaster. "Forgotten Corner of Hell" goes to Palau to follow a team searching for the remains of World War II airmen.
"War and Hunger" goes to Jordan to look at United Nation's efforts to feed millions of refugees from Syria's civil war. "Swiping Your Card" examines how hackers infiltrate the U.S. financial system and stealing credit card numbers. "The Lion Whisperer" looks at the treatment of lions in South African animal parks and the effort to stop canned lion hunting.
"The Spill at Dan River" examines how Duke Energy is handling a coal ash waste spill in North Carolina. "Disrupting Cancer" talks to a billionaire doctor who is developing some unconventional ways of treating cancer. "The City of Music" goes to Cremona, Italy, where artisans craft musical instruments in the spirit of Stradivarius.
"Denied" examines how insurance companies deny treatment to mentally ill people who are dangers to themselves and other. "Inside Homs" offers an inside look at the Syrian Civil War and talks to eyewitnesses from the besieged city. "Mindfulness" talks to scientists who are investigating self-awareness.
"Cuba" goes to Havana to report on the reopening of diplomatic relations between the United States and the Caribbean county. "Senator Tom Coburn" interviews the retiring conservative senator from Oklahoma. "Reese Witherspoon" interviews the actress about her efforts to start a production company.
"Pope Francis" rebroadcasts a segment on the new pope of the Catholic Church who is spurning tradition and bringing a humility and humanity back to the papacy. "The Library" rebroadcasts a segment that offers a behind the scenes look at the Vatican library.
"Ending America's Longest War" interviews U.S. General John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani about the draw down of coalition forces in Afghanistan. "Alive and Kickin" profiles a Harlem choir for mature adults that is helping to give older voices new control over their challenging lives.
"Colorado Pot" examines the state's growing recreational marijuana business one year after legalization. "Obamacare" interviews the author of a new book that claims that the Affordable Care Act will eventually become unaffordable. "Up" looks at how some severely wounded veterans are climbing the world's tallest mountains.
"The Republican Leaders" interviews House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. "The Cleveland Division" takes an in depth and behind the scenes look at police in America. "Li Na" profiles the famous Chinese tennis player.
"Foo Fighters" rebroadcasts a profile of the popular rock band and its lead singer Dave Grohl. "Blake Shelton" rebroadcasts an interview with the country music star. "The City of Music" rebroadcasts a look at the music instrument makers of Cremona, Italy.
"Darpa Dan" examines the U.S. military's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and interviews cyber warfare specialist Dan Kaufman. "The Swiss List" investigates one of the biggest leaks in Swiss banking history. "Selma" talks to the director of a new movie about Martin Luther King, Jr.
"ZMapp" examines the long and complicated development of a promising new anti-Ebola drug. "A New Kind of Terrorist" goes to France to investigate the neighborhoods and prisons that gave rise to two deadly terrorist attacks in Paris. "Bradley Cooper" profiles the famous film actor.
Remembering Bob Simon offers a memorial to the late CBS correspondent and looks at some of his favorite stories. "Bob Simon" looks at his body of work and interviews some of his friends and co-workers. "The Shame of Srebrenica" rebroadcasts a segment on the Srebrenica massacre. "The Sea Gypsies" rebroadcasts a look at how a nomadic sea tribe was able to survive a tsunami. "The Recyclers" rebroadcasts a segment on an orchestra that originates in one of the poorest places in Paraguay.
"The Storm After the Storm" investigates allegations that homeowners were denied flood insurance claims after Hurricane Sandy because of fraudulent engineering reports. "Lumber Liquidators" investigates safety and health violations that may have been committed by the lumber supply company. "Who is Larry David?" interviews the famous comedian.
"Who Killed the Prosecutor?" investigates the untimely death of an Argentine prosecutor who died right before pressuring charges against the country's government. "Coming Home" talks to veterans of a Marine company that took especially high casualties in Afghanistan. "The Maestro" profiles celebrated New York Metropolitan Opera Music Director James Levine.
"Dead or Alive" examines how errors in the Social Security Administration's Death Master File can result in false payments and identity verification problems. "A Few Good Women" looks at an effort by the Marines to find women to serve in combat. "Back to the Wild" looks at a family of zoo gorillas who have been released into the wild.
"Iraq's Christians" examines the plight of the two thousand year old community of Christians in Iraqi who are now threatened by ISIS. "Rare Earth Elements" investigates whether there is a danger posed by Chinese control of the rare earth element mining industry. "Starstruck" interviews popular astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
"Bashar Al-Assad" goes to Syria to interview its president about the three-year-old civil war that is being fought against his regime. "Killing Cancer" follows brain cancer patients that are in clinical trials of a therapy that uses a re-engineered polio virus to kill cancer cells.
"Homeland Security" interview Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson about the evolving role of the security agency. "The Good Friday Agreement" goes to Northern Island and examines the 1998 accord that stopped the war between Catholics and Protestants. "Wikimania" looks at the people behind one of the most popular websites in the world.
"The Attack on Sony" examines the crippling and embarrassing cyber-attack on Sony Pictures by North Korea. "Ambassador Kennedy" profiles Caroline Kennedy who was recently appointed Ambassador to Japan. "Rush to Judgment" interviews form Duke Lacrosse coach Mike Pressler about the fraudulent rape case that cost him his job.
"A Crime Against Humanity" investigates the 2013 nerve gas attack in Syria that killed over 1,400 civilians. "TED Talks' examines the lecture series that has become one of the Internet's most popular platforms for spreading ideas. "Hoop Dreams" profiles a man who has created a college basketball team in his mind and can remember everything about it.
"Death in the Mediterranean" goes aboard an Italian rescue ship to examine the plight of migrants who are attempting the dangerous trip across the Mediterranean in order to enter Europe. "The Battle Above" examines the U.S. Air Force's Space Command which is tasked with defending the satellites that we rely on in our everyday lives.
"The Lesson of War" examines he effects of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on children. "All-American" profiles patriotic philanthropist David Rubenstein. "Whisky Island" goes to the Scottish island of Islay to look at its many famous whiskey distilleries.
"The Spy Among Us" looks at the life of Jack Barsky a KGB spy from the Soviet Union who lived for decades in the United States without being detected. "Misty Copeland" profiles the famous ballerina who overcame a underprivileged childhood and a potentially career-ending injury to finally realize her dream.
"An Unlikely Informant" profiles Mafia informant Michael Blutrich who may be one of the most effective civilian informants ever. "The Unknown America" follows Robert Ballard as he takes a look at historical landmarks that lie hidden in U.S. territorial waters. "The King of CrossFit" profiles Greg Glassman the creator of the CrossFit workout.
"A Monumental Project" takes an inside look at a national museum dedicated to African-American history and culture. "Child Suicide Bombers" investigates child suicide bombers in Afghanistan and Pakistan. "Falling Apart" broadcasts a segment about how infrastructure including roads, bridges, airports, and railways are decaying all over the country.
"Ending America's Longest War" rebroadcasts an interview with U.S. General John Campbell and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. "Coming Home" rebroadcasts a segment on veterans of a Marine company that took especially high casualties in Afghanistan. "Forgotten Corner of Hell" rebroadcasts a segment on a team searching for the remains of World War II airmen.