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2007

7 Jan. 2007
Poisoned/Betty Ford/The Dame
"Poisoned" investigates the poisoning death of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko. "Betty Ford" rebroadcasts a 1997 profile on the former first lady. "The Dame" profiles British actress Helen Mirren. "Andy Rooney" talks about what makes a good president.
 
14 Jan. 2007
President Bush/The Duke Case
"President Bush" offers the first interview with the president after his recent Iraq speech. "The Duke Case" examines how the rape case against three Duke lacrosse has become unraveled due to questionable decisions by the prosecutors. "Andy Rooney" talks about sport team names.
 
28 Jan. 2007
An American in North Korea/Get Me the Geeks!/Brain Man
"An American in North Korea" interviews the last American defector that is still living in North Korea. "Get Me the Geeks!" talks to the technicians who set up our sophisticated computer gadgets. "Brain Man" profiles a savant who can describe the thought processes behind his amazing abilities. "Andy Rooney" talks about the State of the Union address.
 
11 Feb. 2007
Barack Obama/The Death of Timothy Sounders/Norah Jones
"Barack Obama" interviews the Senator and now presidential candidate from Illinois. "The Death of Timothy Sounders" investigates the death of a mentally ill inmate in a Michigan prison. "Norah Jones" interviews the famous singer. "Andy Rooney" talks about the Super Bowl.
 
18 Feb. 2007
The Other Iraq/Diagnosis: Autism/Hillbilly Rock Star
"The Other Iraq" goes to Kurdistan a relatively peace area in Iraq where Americans are well liked. "Diagnosis: Autism" looks at the progress being made in the treatment of autism. "Hillbilly Rock Star" interviews country-rock musician Kenny Chesney. "Andy Rooney" discuss what would happen if the people voted on the issues instead of representatives.
 
25 Feb. 2007
Dissension in the Ranks/The Nazi Deception/O'Reilly
"Dissension in the Ranks" looks at a grown movement in the U.S. military that is against the war in Iraq. "The Nazi Deception" examines how the Nazis used and elaborate fake town to fool the world about their treatment of Jews. "O'Reilly" rebroadcasts an interview with the controversial Fox News host. "Andy Rooney" talks about throwing stuff away.
 
4 Mar. 2007
Jihad.Com/Wake-Up Call/Dog Nut
"Jihad.Com" looks at how Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups are recruiting people on the Internet. "Wake-Up Call" interviews the Comptroller General about how Medicare may bankrupt the U.S. Treasury. "Dog Nut" interviews a Simpson television producer is leading an effort to train dogs for the deaf. "Andy Rooney" asks why someone would want to be president.
 
11 Mar. 2007
The Anthrax Case/Left Behind/The Widows of Harlan County
"The Anthrax Case" interviews a man who is suspected of the 2001 anthrax attacks about how his life has been turned upside down by the FBI. "Left Behind" interviews an Iraqi translator who worked with the U.S. but is now considered a collaborator by insurgents. "The Widows of Harlan County" investigates the death of six Coal Miners in Kentucky. "Andy Rooney" talks about the draft.
 
18 Mar. 2007
The Killing in Haditha/Simon Cowell
"The Killing in Haditha" interviews Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich about the killings of twenty-four Iraqi civilians in the city of Haditha. "Simon Cowell" interviews the famous judge from American Idol. "Andy Rooney" talks about articles in a variety of town newspapers.
 
25 Mar. 2007
John and Elizabeth Edwards/The Network/Prisoner 05A4820
"John and Elizabeth Edwards" interviews the presidential candidate and his wife about the recurrence of her cancer. "The Network" interviews a British Muslim radical who has now renounced violence and terrorism. "Prisoner 05A4820" interviews the form CEO of Tyco who is now in prison. "Andy Rooney" talks about winter.
 
1 Apr. 2007
Under the Influence/Not So Perfect a Match/The Age of Warming
"Under the Influence" examines how the pharmaceutical lobby was behind the passing of the Medicare prescription drug law. "Not So Perfect a Match" looks at how close DNA matches can lead police to investigate the families of suspects. "The Age of Warming" examines how global warming is effecting Antarctica. "Andy Rooney" talks about how much politicians pay to get elected.
 
8 Apr. 2007
McCain for President/Vive Les Nukes/Dr. Evil
"McCain for President" interviews John McCain about his candidacy for President of the United States. "Vive Les Nukes" examines how the French are using nuclear power instead of fossil fuels. "Dr. Evil" profiles a controversial lobbyist who is working against animal rights, health food, labor unions, even Mothers Against Drunk Driving. "Andy Rooney" talks about Bush and Queen Elizabeth.
 
15 Apr. 2007
Innocent/Imus/Maximum Security Education
"Innocent" offers the first interview with the three acquitted Duke lacrosse players who were charged with rape. "Imus" interviews the controversial radio host about the charges of racism against him. "Maximum Security Education" goes to a prison where inmates are being offered a college education. "Andy Rooney" goes to the New York international auto show.
 
22 Apr. 2007
Mind of an Assassin/Life in Baghdad/Stop Snitchin'
"Mind of an Assassin" examines a Secret Service study of assassins and applies the research to the Virginia Tech shooter. "Life in Baghdad" offers an inside look at what the residents of Iraq's capital need to deal with. "Stop Snitchin'" reports on how hip-hop culture discourages cooperate with the police "Andy Rooney" talks about books.
 
29 Apr. 2007
At the Center of the Storm/Armed and Dangerous
"At the Center of the Storm" interviews former CIA Director George Tenet about what it was like to run the agency during 9/11 and the war on terror. "Armed and Dangerous" examines whether the mentally ill should be allowed to own firearms. "Andy Rooney" responds to his mail.
 
6 May 2007
Inside the Enemy Camp/Lou Dobbs/Thrift Shop Masterpiece?
"Inside the Enemy Camp" interviews a former Al Qaeda trainer who now provides evidence in the war on terror. "Lou Dobbs" profiles the controversial CNN news anchor. "Thrift Shop Masterpiece?" interviews a woman who may have discovered a million dollar Jackson Pollock painting at a thrift shop. "Andy Rooney" looks at newspaper headlines.
 
13 May 2007
Mitt Romney/6%/Ali
"Mitt Romney" interviews the Republican presidential candidate about the war in Iraq, his Mormon faith, and his changing positions on abortion. "6%" examines the growth in online real estate sellers and buyers. "Ali" interviews a disabled Iraqi war orphan. "Andy Rooney" talks about getting older.
 
20 May 2007
Deepwater/Dumped on Skid Row/One Laptop Per Child
"Deepwater" examines how some on Congress are saying that the Coast Guard is in worse shape after a $24 billion refurbishment. "Dumped on Skid Row" examines how a hospital put a homeless patient in a van and had her dropped off on Skid Row. "One Laptop Per Child" speaks to a man who wants give a laptop to every child for use as an educational aid. "Andy Rooney" goes to an antiquarian book fair.
 
27 May 2007
Fathers, Sons, and Brothers
60 Minutes honors Memorial Day by profiling the 1st Battalion of the 133rd Infantry of the Iowa National Guard now serving in Iraq. It follows soldiers and their families over a period of two years in order to chronicle the American experience of war in Iraq and the United States.
 
3 Jun. 2007
Jack Kevorkian/Vanessa Redgrave/President Ahmadinejad
Mike Wallace looks back at some of his favorite segments. "Jack Kevorkian" interviews the famous euthanasia doctor. "Vanessa Redgrave" interviews the famous actress. "President Ahmadinejad" interviews the president of Iran. "Andy Rooney" talks about Mike Wallace.
 
10 Jun. 2007
The No-Fly List/Barry Diller/The Sea Gypsies
"The No-Fly List" rebroadcasts a segment on the secret list used to screen airline passengers for terrorists. "Barry Diller" profiles the famous CEO. "The Sea Gypsies" rebroadcasts a segment on how a nomadic sea tribe was able to survive a tsunami. "Andy Rooney" talks about some of the gifts that have been sent to him.
 
17 Jun. 2007
The Mother of All Heists/The Memory Pill/Long John Daly
"The Mother of All Heists" rebroadcasts an investigation into how a half a billion dollars was stolen from the Iraq's Ministry of Defense. "The Memory Pill" rebroadcasts a segment on a drug that may be able to dull people's memories. "Long John Daly" rebroadcasts a segment on the pro golfer. "Andy Rooney" talks about type A and B personalities.
 
24 Jun. 2007
Exposing the Truth/Family Ties/Hitler's Secret Archive
"Exposing the Truth" rebroadcasts an interview with Joe Darby who turned in his fellow soldiers for abusing Iraqi prisoners. "Family Ties" rebroadcasts a segment on how the children of sperm donors are finding their biological parents and relatives. "Hitler's Secret Archive" rebroadcasts a segment on a large WWII era archive of the Holocaust. "Andy Rooney" tracks down a car he once owned.
 
1 Jul. 2007
A Fighting Chance/Hiding from Death/Explaining Russell Crowe
"A Fighting Chance" rebroadcasts a segment on advances in combat medicine. "Hiding from Death" rebroadcasts an interview with a survivor of the Rwandan genocide. "Explaining Russell Crowe" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous actor. "Andy Rooney" talks about milk.
 
8 Jul. 2007
Wake-Up Call/Shooting Tigers/Loneliest People
"Wake-Up Call" rebroadcasts an interview with the Comptroller General about how Medicare may bankrupt the U.S. Treasury. "Shooting Tigers" rebroadcasts a segment on the shrinking tiger population of India. "The Loneliest People" rebroadcasts a segment on un-adopted foster-care children. "Andy Rooney" talks about bottled water.
 
15 Jul. 2007
Not So Perfect Match/An American in North Korea/Dog Nut
"Not So Perfect a Match" rebroadcasts a segment on how close DNA matches can lead police to investigate the families of suspects. "An American in North Korea" rebroadcasts an interview with the last American defector that is still living in North Korea. "Dog Nut" rebroadcasts an interviews with a Simpsons television producer who is leading an effort to train dogs for the deaf. "Andy Rooney" talks about watches.
 
22 Jul. 2007
The Death of Timothy Sounders/Dr. Evil/Hillbilly Rock Star
"The Death of Timothy Sounders" rebroadcasts an investigation into the death of a mentally ill inmate in a Michigan prison. "Dr. Evil" rebroadcasts a profile of a controversial lobbyist who is working against animal rights, health food, labor unions, even Mothers Against Drunk Driving. "Hillbilly Rock Star" rebroadcasts a profile of country-rock musician Kenny Chesney. "Andy Rooney" talks about mixing flavors in foods.
 
29 Jul. 2007
Under the Influence/Prisoner 05A4820/A New Kind of Fight
"Under the Influence" rebroadcasts a segment on how the pharmaceutical lobby was behind the passing of the Medicare prescription drug law. "Prisoner 05A4820" rebroadcasts an interview with the former CEO of Tyco who is now in prison. "A New Kind of Fight" rebroadcasts a segment on mixed martial arts. "Andy Rooney" talks about office clutter.
 
5 Aug. 2007
The Other Iraq/The Phantom of Corleone/The Dame
"The Other Iraq" rebroadcasts a segment on Kurdistan a relatively peaceful area in Iraq where Americans are well liked. "The Phantom of Corleone" rebroadcasts a segment on the Sicilian Mafia in Italy. "The Dame" rebroadcasts a profile of British actress Helen Mirren. "Andy Rooney" looks at how much politicians pay to get elected.
 
12 Aug. 2007
Searching for Jacob/Stop Snitchin'/King of Comedy
"Searching for Jacob" rebroadcasts a segment on the search for a Sudanese boy whose schoolbooks were found in a destroyed village in Darfur. "Stop Snitchin'" broadcasts a report on how hip-hop culture discourages cooperation with the police. "The King of Comedy" rebroadcasts an interview with the man behind Larry the Cable Guy. "Andy Rooney" talks about men's fashion.
 
19 Aug. 2007
Deepwater/The Age of Warming/Simon Cowell
"Deepwater" rebroadcasts a segment on how the Coast Guard may be in worse shape after a $24 billion refurbishment. "The Age of Warming" rebroadcasts a segment examining how global warming is effecting Antarctica. "Simon Cowell" rebroadcasts a profile of the famous American Idol judge. "Andy Rooney" compares President Bush and Queen Elizabeth.
 
26 Aug. 2007
Was It Murder?/Left Behind/One Laptop Per Child
"Was It Murder?" rebroadcasts an investigation into the murder accusations against a doctor and two nurses in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. "Left Behind" rebroadcasts an interview with an Iraqi translator who worked with the U.S. but is now considered a collaborator by insurgents. "One Laptop Per Child" rebroadcasts a profile to a man who wants give a laptop to every child for use in education. "Andy Rooney" talks about kitchen gadgets. "Update" reports on the deaths of Brooke Astor and Leona Helmsley.
 
2 Sep. 2007
The Killings in Haditha/The Shipbreakers
"The Killing in Haditha" rebroadcasts an interview with Staff Sergeant Frank Wuterich about the killings of twenty-four Iraqi civilians in the city of Haditha. "The Shipbreakers" rebroadcasts a segment on Bangladesh's dangerous shipbreaking industry. "Andy Rooney" talks about watching movies in the theater.
 
9 Sep. 2007
The Dust at Ground Zero/Get Me the Geeks!/Pavarotti
"The Dust at Ground Zero" rebroadcasts a segment on how 9/11 searchers are suffering health problems due to dust at the former site of the World Trade Center. "Get Me the Geeks!" rebroadcasts a segment on the technicians who set up our sophisticated computer gadgets. "Pavarotti" rebroadcasts an interview with the opera singer to memorialize his recent death. "Andy Rooney" talks about statistics.
 
16 Sep. 2007
Alan Greenspan/Swimming with Sharks
"Alan Greenspan" interviews the Federal Reserve chairman about his new book and about the growing housing and lending crises. "Swimming with Sharks" rebroadcasts a segment on the dangerous phenomenon of shark tourism. "Andy Rooney" talks about how presidential names are used for places.
 
23 Sep. 2007
President Ahmadinejad/Pot Shops/The Match of His Life
"President Ahmadinejad" interviews the controversial president of Iran. "Pot Shops" look at the consequences of legalizing medicinal marijuana in California. "The Match of His Life" interviews champion chess player turned politician Garry Kasparov."Andy Rooney" talks about how people criticize the president for his many trips.
 
30 Sep. 2007
The Justice Nobody Knows/What Killed Rebecca Riley?/Invincible
"The Justice Nobody Knows" interviews Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas. "What Killed Rebecca Riley?" examines the rising cases of young children diagnosed with bipolar disorder. "Invincible" interviews NFL quarterback Vince Young. "Andy Rooney" talks about license plates.
 
7 Oct. 2007
The Man from Interpol/Roots/Springsteen/The Bird Man of Idaho
"The Man from Interpol" examines the famous international law enforcement agency. "Roots" looks at the field of genetic genealogy. "Springsteen" interviews the famous singer and his E Street Band. "The Bird Man of Idaho" profiles inventor Forrest Bird. "Andy Rooney" talks about food labels.
 
14 Oct. 2007
Blackwater/A Clean Version of Hell/Joel Osteen/Dubai Inc.
"Blackwater" interviews Eric Prince the president of the private military contractor. "A Clean Version of Hell" visits the federal Supermax prison that holds some of the most dangerous criminal in the U.S. "Joel Osteen" interviews the popular preacher. "Dubai Inc." visits the successful Middle Eastern country. "Andy Rooney" talks about the weather.
 
21 Oct. 2007
The Age of Megafires/Life Saver/No Ordinary Spy
"The Age of Megafires" examines how the warming climate may be contributing to mega fires. "Life Saver" looks at how Plumpynut is being used around the world to cure malnutrition. "No Ordinary Spy" interviews out-ed spy Valerie Plame. "Andy Rooney" talks about self-help books.
 
28 Oct. 2007
Bombing Afghanistan/What's Wrong with the Bees?/Sarko L'Americain
"Bombing Afghanistan" interviews Hamid Karzai who wants the American military to stop bombing civilians. "What's Wrong with the Bees?" investigates the recent phenomena of Colony Collapse Disorder. "Sarko L'Americain" interviews the new French president. "Andy Rooney" talks about baseball and sports.
 
4 Nov. 2007
Curve Ball/The Ivory War/Captain of Capitalism
"Curve Ball" investigators the Iraqi defector who fabricated a story about WMDs that helped drive the U.S. into war in the Middle East. "The Ivory War" investigates elephant poaching in Africa. "Captain of Capitalism" profiles venture capitalist Tom Perkins. "Andy Rooney" talks about not wanting to be a politician.
 
11 Nov. 2007
Superbug/Insanity on Death Row/Here Come the Millennials
"Superbug" investigates MRSA a drug-resistant super-bug that can cause serious infection and death. "Insanity on Death Row" examines the case of a death row inmate who may be mentally ill. "Here Come the Millennials" looks at how people in their late teens and early twenties may not be ready for the workforce. "Andy Rooney" talks about newspaper headlines.
 
18 Nov. 2007
Evidence of Injustice/The Youngest Terrorist/Calorie Counting
"Evidence of Injustice" examines how flawed science was used in hundreds of prosecutions and may have sent dozens of innocent people to jail. "The Youngest Terrorist" looks at the case of Omar Khadr who was captured in combat and sent to Guantanamo despite being only 15 years-old. "Calorie Counting" looks at how health officials want to force fast food restaurants to reveal the calories count of their food. "Andy Rooney" talks about the network's list of holidays.
 
25 Nov. 2007
Awakenings/Hi-Tech Heist/Eagles
"Awakenings" examines how some minimally conscious people can be awaken through drug therapy. "Hi-Tech Heist" looks at how thieves are using computers to steal customer's financial information from businesses. "Eagles" interviews the band as they prepare for their first album in 28 years. "Andy Rooney" talks about how people are carrying more stuff.
 
2 Dec. 2007
The Purge/One Laptop Per Child/Will Smith
"The Purge" talks to a clergyman who is attempt to halt the exodus of Christians from Iraq. "One Laptop Per Child" rebroadcasts a segment on a man who wants give a laptop to every child for use as an educational aid. "Will Smith" profiles the famous actor. "Andy Rooney" talks about Christmas catalogs.
 
9 Dec. 2007
Kings of Congo/Prescription for Addiction/LT MVP
"Kings of Congo" goes to Rwanda to examine who gorillas are so endangered. "Prescription for Addiction" investigates the drug Prometa which has been advanced as a miracle drug for the treatment of methamphetamine addiction. "LT MVP" interviews running back LaDainian Tomlinson. "Andy Rooney" talks about New York Giants football games.
 
16 Dec. 2007
Don't Ask, Don't Tell/Garden of Eden/A-Rod
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" investigates the U.S. military's policy on homosexuality. "Garden of Eden" goes to Indonesia to view a pristine paradise where few humans have ever been and new species are being discovered. "A-Rod" interviews the baseball superstar about performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. "Andy Rooney" talks about what it means to be rich.
 
23 Dec. 2007
Joel Osteen/Roots/The Winner
"Joel Osteen" rebroadcasts a segment on the famous preacher. "Roots" rebroadcasts a segment on how genetic genealogy uses DNA to trace ancestry back hundreds of years. "The Winner" rebroadcasts a profile of New England Quarterback Tom Brady. "Andy Rooney" talks about Christmas.
 
30 Dec. 2007
The Age of Mega-Fires/Pot Shops/Get Me the Geeks!
"The Age of Megafires" rebroadcasts a segment on how the warming climate may be contributing to mega fires. "Pot Shops" rebroadcasts a segment on the consequences of legalizing medicinal marijuana in California. "Get Me the Geeks!" rebroadcasts a segment on the technicians who set up our sophisticated computer gadgets. "Andy Rooney" talks about self-help books.
 

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