Season 2

40 :02x03 - Season 2, Episode 3

The sexual assault of female soldiers in the U.S. military is investigated. Also: a new education initiative; a portrait of David Finch, who was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome; the influence of the book "Fifty Shades of Grey" on a small Maine town; the dog-friendly set of "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart."

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43 :02x06 - Season 2, Episode 6

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44 :02x07 - Season 2, Episode 7

Brian Williams, Harry Smith, Tom Brokaw, Ann Curry, Richard Engel and Natalie Morales file reports on Hurricane Sandy.

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45 :02x08 - Season 2, Episode 8

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46 :02x09 - Season 2, Episode 9

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47 :02x10 - Season 2, Episode 10

Ann Curry profiles educated, employed people who are homeless. Also: sibling NFL players Husain and Hamza Abdullah, who put their football careers on hold to pursue their religious faith; holiday-shopping trends; and hot news stories.

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50 :02x13 - 50th Episode

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51 :02x14 - Season 2, Episode 14

Kate Snow's report on the risks of text messaging while behind the wheel includes profiles of two families with loved ones involved in distracted-driving crashes. Also: Jenna Bush Hager interviews "1600 Penn" star Josh Gad; and Natalie Morales chats with Mayo Clinic obesity researcher James Levine about the health dangers of a sedentary job.

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52 :02x15 - Season 2, Episode 15

Filmmaker Paul Haggis ("Crash") speaks out about leaving the Church of Scientology. The segment includes insight from author Lawrence Wright ("Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood, and the Prison of Belief") and former Scientology clergy members. Also: TV pitchman Ron Popeil; commentary on Lance Armstrong.

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53 :02x16 - Season 2, Episode 16

Interviews with Quvenzhané Wallis and Dwight Henry, stars of the Oscar-nominated 2012 film "Beasts of the Southern Wild"; a visit with Dr. Eric Topol, who discusses health care; a portrait of TV pitchman Ron Popeil; a talk with Gen. Martin Dempsey, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman.

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54 :02x17 - Season 2, Episode 17

The story of Polish pilot Tad Wrona, who successfully landed a Boeing 767 without landing gear in Warsaw in November 2011; an interview with author Chrisanna Northrup ("The Normal Bar") and her husband, Mark; a report on young sisters who are endurance runners. Also: a faith-based game show; the week's news.

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55 :02x18 - Season 2, Episode 18

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56 :02x19 - Season 2, Episode 19

Dr. Nancy Snyderman investigates claims by marines that they developed male breast cancer by drinking contaminated water at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Also: efforts to save pandas from extinction in China; an interview with author Judy Blume.

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57 :02x20 - Season 2, Episode 20

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58 :02x21 - Season 2, Episode 21

Brian Williams explores poverty in the U.S. by visiting Camden, N.J.; Richard Engel interviews author Gianluigi Nuzzi, who casts light on the secrets and inner workings of the Catholic Church. Also: a portrait of Kevin Plank, CEO of the Under Armour sports-apparel company.

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59 :02x22 - Season 2, Episode 22

The struggle of women to balance work and family is explored via an interview with former CFO Erin Callan. Also: Kate Snow spotlights the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival; Mary Carillo examines panic attacks, with insight from golfer Charlie Beljan.

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60 :02x23 - Season 2, Episode 23

Brian Williams interviews the Emanuel brothers: Chicago mayor Rahm, agent Ari and doctor Zeke. Also: juveniles who are locked in adult prisons; an elementary school in Lebanon, Tenn., that is home to 15 sets of twins; and news items from the week.

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61 :02x24 - Season 2, Episode 24

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62 :02x25 - Season 2, Episode 25

Charting the Masked Marauders, a fictional 1969 supergroup. Concocted by a rock critic, the band supposedly featured John Lennon, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney and Bob Dylan. Also: a drug-treatment center allegedly linked to the Church of Scientology; adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD); news items from the week.

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63 :02x26 - Season 2, Episode 26

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64 :02x27 - Season 2, Episode 27

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65 :02x28 - Season 2, Episode 28

Interviewed: Celeste and Sydney Corcoran, a mother and daughter who were injured in the Boston Marathon bombings; Jackie and Warren Hance, parents of three daughters who were killed in a 2009 car accident. Also: profiles of actors who star in TV commercials.

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66 :02x29 - Season 2, Episode 29

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67 :02x30 - Season 2, Episode 30

Interviewed: Chris Christie and Jimmy Connors.

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68 :02x31 - Season 2, Episode 31

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69 :02x32 - Season 2, Episode 32

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70 :02x33 - Season 2, Episode 33

Brian Williams conducts a group interview with six amputee survivors of the April 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. Also: a portrait of Joanna Coles, new editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine; a look at the artisanal movement in the food industry; a close-up on a photojournalism student who documented her unplanned pregnancy.

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71 :02x34 - Season 2, Episode 34

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72 :02x35 - Season 2, Episode 35

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Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: News
Genres: Educational, Family, Interview
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Thursdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 31, 2011
Ended: June 21, 2013
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