A four-part series chronicling patients facing life-threatening illnesses begins with a report on a man in need of a liver transplant, and the risks facing potential donors.
After Being Diagnosed With Lou Gehrig's Disease, Illinois Woman Struggles to Tell Her Kids.
Following a 28-year-old who's battling Stage IV Hodgkin's lymphoma. He knows that cancer patients ages 25-35 have the lowest chance of survival.
What's going on with James Blunt?
Kanye West: Hip-Hop's "Creative Genius." Rapper Offers No Apologies for Success and Calls Out His Critics and the Press.
"Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis is interviewed.
John Donvan reports on passenger dissatisfaction with airline travel.
Included: an interview with President and Mrs. Bush, conducted by Charles Gibson at Camp David. Topics include the war in Iraq, turmoil in Pakistan, the state of the economy and gasoline prices.
Chef Anthony Bourdain (Kitchen Confidential) is profiled.
Former CIA counterterrorism expert John Kiriakou discusses the agency's destruction of videotapes showing interrogations of terror suspects. Also: Oprah Winfrey on the presidential-campaign trial.