"The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan" interviews the American aid worker about her terrifying kidnapping and her dramatic nighttime rescue by Navy SEALs in the desert of Somalia. "Succeeding As Civilians" talks to an Air ...
"The Longest War" interviews General John Allen and Afghan President Hamid Karzai about what is and is not working in the decade old war in Afghanistan. "Arnold" interviews former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger about the infidelities that ended his marriage and his upcoming autobiography.
"Huawei" looks at the Chinese telecommunications giant that some claim poses a security threat to the United States government. "Sticker Shock" investigates the rising prices of glasses. "Rodriguez" interviews the famous singer and songwriter about a recent film about his life.
"Aleppo" goes to Syria for an inside look at how the civil war is destroying communities. "Coming Home" examines a Texas program that seeks to help veterans who are getting in trouble with the law. "James Bond" looks at the long-running James Bond franchise.
"Rocky Mountain High" examines the thriving medical marijuana industry in Colorado. "Resignation" interviews a former Goldman Sachs's employee who is publicly criticizing the company. "Spielberg" interviews the famous film director. There is also an update on drug accusations against Lance Armstrong.
"The Death and Life of Asheboro" goes to North Carolina to see how one town is doing in the still stalled economy. "Stealing History" investigates how a conman was able to see thousands of important historical archives over a period of several years. "The Face of the Franchise" profiles the owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
"The Broken Senate" examines how the U.S. Senate is bogged down in partisan gridlock. "McCullough" interviews popular historian David McCullough who observes that many of the issues that face us to day are similar to issues our country has struggled with in the past. "Leader of the Pack" interviews Aaron Rodgers the NFL MVP and quarterback of the Green Bay Packers.
"Belle Harbor" interviews residents of New York City about the hurricane Sandy disaster. "Three Million Open Jobs" examines how millions in America remain unemployed while U.S. manufacturers are having trouble filling jobs requiring skill with high-tech machinery. "McCullough" follows the historian to Paris and examines how the city had a profound influence on the United States.
"The Super Cartel" follows Immigration and Customs Enforcement in a three-year investigation to bust one of the largest drug trafficking rings in history. "The Baby Lab" looks at scientists who are studying whether infants understand morality. "The College Game" takes a close look at college football. "Update" offers an update on the Deepwater Horizon disaster.
"Children Helping Children" looks at an organization founded by Craig Kielburger that helps empower children to help other children. "The New York City Ballet" goes behind the scenes with Peter Martins to look at the New York Ballet. "Lion Kings" profiles celebrated nature filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
"The Cost of Admission" investigates allegations that a hospital chain pressured doctors to admit patients regardless of their medical needs. "Three Generations of Punishment" interviews a man born an raised in a North Korean prison camp. "Around the World in 20 Days" profiles tow adventures who have built a solar powered airplane.
"The False Confession Capital" examines two cases in Chicago where teenagers were pressured into confessing to crimes the did not commit. "The Race to Save the Tortoise" looks at efforts to protect turtles and tortoises from poachers. "Hugh Jackman" interviews the actor about his role in the film version of Les Miserables. "Update" looks at the current status of Grover Norquist's tax pledge.
"Newtown" examines the recent shooting at a Connecticut elementary school which has taken the lives of 20 children and 6 adults. "Costa Concordia" examines the salvage operation targeting the capsized luxury liner. "The Library" rebroadcasts a segment on the Vatican library.
"The Year of Adele" rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the singer. "Rodriguez" rebroadcasts a profile and interview the famous singer and songwriter about the recent film about his life. "Taylor Swift" rebroadcasts a profile and interview with the young musician.
"Breakthrough" examines how researchers have created robotic prostheses that can move based on a person's thoughts. "Morten Storm" interviews a Danish spy who played a crucial role in the killing of Anwar Al Awlaki. "Judd Apatow" interviews the comedy filmmaker.
"The Paper" examines why the New Orleans Times-Picayune newspaper is going to a three-day-a-week publishing schedule in response to competition from the Internet. "Design Thinking" examines efforts to incorporate human behavior into design. "Barca" looks at the training system behind Barcelona's winning soccer team.
"March of the Machines" examines how technological advancements have revolutionized the workplace but have not created jobs. "Justice Sotomayor" interviews the Supreme Court Justice about her life, career, and appointment. "Free Diving" looks at the dangerous extreme sport where divers reach great depths on only one breath.
"President Obama & Secretary Clinton" offers a special joint interview with the President and the Secretary of State. "The Fall of Lance Armstrong" talks to an Anti-Doping Agent who claims that Lance Armstrong withheld the truth and lied in his recent interview with Oprah Winfrey.
"Attack in Algeria" interviews three of the five American survivors of a recent Al Qaeda attack on an Algerian natural gas facility. "40 Million Mistakes" investigates the accuracy of the credits reports that consumers rely on to get credit cards. "Lincoln" examines the president in light of the recent Steven Spielberg film about him.
"Iron Dome" examines a revolutionary defense system in Israel that is protecting the country from rocket attack from the Gaza strip. "Africa Mercy" goes to the world's largest civilian hospital ship and interviews volunteers about their work. "Dame Maggie" profiles Downton Abbey's Maggie Smith.
"The Life and Death of Clay Hunt" examines the death of a Marine Veteran who worked with other soldiers with PTSD. "China's Real Estate Mogul" interviews Zhang Xin one of the richest self-made billionaire women in the world. "China's Real Estate Bubble" examines whether there is a residential real estate bubble in China.
"Lethal Medicine" investigates the source of a tainted pain medication that caused a fungal meningitis that has killed 48 people. "Sheryl Sandberg" interviews the chief operating officer of Facebook. "God's Architect" examines Antoni Gaudí's beautiful Sagrada Família in Barcelona which has been under construction for 130 years.
"The American Nuns" examines how some liberal Roman Catholic nuns in the United States are disillusioned with the Church. "The Innovator" interviews Twitter creator Jack Dorsey about his past work and his current company Square. "Hit Man" interviews John Veasey a former hit man for the Philadelphia Mob.
"Crackdown in Russia" examines how the Russian punk protest band Pussy Riot staged an anti-Putin rally in Moscow and are now facing stiff prison sentences. "Blindsided" interviews Brian Banks a former football prospect who life was changed when he was sent to prison on a rape charge for which he was later exonerated. "The Nile Crocodile" examines the man-eating Nile crocodile that is both graceful and dangerous.
"The Pioneer Hotel Fire" investigated the Pioneer Fire in Tucson that killed 29 people in 1970 and argues that new evidence may free the man who was judged to be responsible and was imprisoned for 42 years. "The Lost Boys" follows several Sudanese refugees who have resettled in the United States.
"12-14" interviews the parents and families of the victims of the Newton massacre and examines how they are now working to change gun laws in order to prevent future gun violence. "Linsanity" profiles Asian-American basketball star Jeremy Lin who shot from obscurity to stardom in a manner of a few weeks.
"The Warlord" goes to Africa to examine search for Joseph Kony who is one of the world's most wanted warlords. "The Knuckleballer" profiles baseball pitcher and Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey. "Marfa, Texas" goes to a West Texas town where a group of cowboys and artists are creating a cultural hub.
"The Boston Bombings" investigates the Boston Marathon bombing and interviews Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. "Sniffing Out Bombs" looks at how dogs are being used domestically for anti-terror operations. "The 9/11 Museum" offers the first in-depth look at the National September 11 Memorial Museum currently under construction at Ground Zero.
"Angel of Death" offers the first interview with serial killer Charles Cullen who confessed to killing 40 patients while working as a nurse. "Rosie's Run for the Roses" profiles American jockey Rosie Napravnik who is one of only a few successful jockeys in the history of horse-racing.
"Counterinsurgency Cops" examines how counterinsurgency tactics developed by the military are being used in the United States to take back the streets from criminal gangs. "Robin Hood" interviews Paul Tudor Jones who founded the Robin Hood Foundation a charity that helps New York's neediest people. "Invisible Wounds" looks at how tens of thousands of veterans suffer permanent brain injuries from concussions.
"The Rescue of Jessica Buchanan" interviews the American aid worker about her terrifying kidnapping and her dramatic nighttime rescue by Navy SEALs in the desert of Somalia. "Succeeding As Civilians" talks to an Air Force veteran and business professor who is teaching veterans how to start their own businesses. "Bill Gates 2.0" interviews the founder of Microsoft about his current life and philanthropy.