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Season 34, Episode 01 Lost in America, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber, What Are They Saying About Us?, Laura Bush

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Sep 23, 2001
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Lost in America, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber, What Are They Saying About Us?, Laura Bush Sep 23, 2001 “Lost in America” examines how the politics of immigration policy made it remarkably easy for members of terror cells to enter the United States. “The Mind of a Suicide Bomber” looks at the psychology of suicide bombers. “What Are They Saying About Us?” looks at what the Arab world thinks of the United States. “Laura Bush” interviews the first lady. “Andy Rooney” warns against haste in the war on terror.

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Season 34, Episode 02 Are We Safe?, Islam, The Long Gray Line

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Sep 30, 2001
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Are We Safe?, Islam, The Long Gray Line Sep 30, 2001 “Are We Safe?” interviews Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson about the dangers of chemical and biological attacks in the United States. “Islam” examines how Muslim in America interpret the Koran differently from those overseas. “The Long Gray Line” interviews West Point cadets about September 11. “Andy Rooney” talks about trains versus airplanes.

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Season 34, Episode 03 Special Report, Blueprint for Survival, Survivors

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Oct 7, 2001
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Special Report, Blueprint for Survival, Survivors Oct 7, 2001 “Special Report” looks at the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks and examines the United States effort to go after terrorism. “Blueprint for Survival” looks at how America would fare if terrorists used biological or chemical weapons. “Survivors” examines how the investment firm Sandler O’Neill has struggled to reopen after the terrorist attacks on the twin towers. “Andy Rooney” publicly apologizes for criticizing President Bush two week earlier.

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Season 34, Episode 04 Special Ops, Nuclear Reactors, Condoleezza Rice

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Oct 14, 2001
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Special Ops, Nuclear Reactors, Condoleezza Rice Oct 14, 2001 “Special Ops” interviews four military veterans about what it is like to be part of U.S. Special Forces. “Nuclear Reactors” examines the dangers posed by a terrorist attack on a nuclear plant. “Condoleezza Rice” interviews the national security adviser. “Andy Rooney” argues that the U.S. should try advertising itself.

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Season 34, Episode 05 The Second Most Wanted Man, Smallpox, Two Faces of Pakistan

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Oct 21, 2001
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The Second Most Wanted Man, Smallpox, Two Faces of Pakistan Oct 21, 2001 “The Second Most Wanted Man” profiles Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man Ayman Al-Zawahiri. “Smallpox” examines the danger posed by terrorists using smallpox as a weapon. “Two Faces of Pakistan” talks to Pakistanis who are in favor of U.S. foreign policy. “Andy Rooney” talks about the dangers of terrorist letters.

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Season 34, Episode 06 Saddam Hussein's Iraq, The Prince, Innocence Lost

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Oct 29, 2001
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Saddam Hussein's Iraq, The Prince, Innocence Lost Oct 29, 2001 “Saddam Hussein’s Iraq” goes to Iraq to investigate whether Saddam Hussein lent his support to the terrorist attack on the United States. “The Prince” interviews Saudi Arabian prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. “Innocence Lost” revisits Arab and Israeli teens who graduated from a camp program designed to bring them together. “Andy Rooney” talks about genes and bad people.

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Season 34, Episode 07 Richard Harris, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

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Nov 5, 2001
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Richard Harris, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City Nov 5, 2001 “Richard Harris” interviews the veteran Irish actor. “LBJ Tapes” examines the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “City Within a City” reports on the volunteers who are supporting the workers at ground zero. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the flag.

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Season 34, Episode 08 The Lost Son, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City

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Nov 12, 2001
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The Lost Son, LBJ Tapes, City Within a City Nov 12, 2001 “The Lost Son” profiles New York City Police commissioner Bernard Kerik. “LBJ Tapes” rebroadcasts a segment on the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “City Within a City” rebroadcasts a report on the volunteers who are supporting the workers at ground zero. “Andy Rooney” talks about news across the nation.

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Season 34, Episode 09 The U.S. Border Patrol, The Pump, Kuwait: Ten Years Later

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Nov 19, 2001
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The U.S. Border Patrol, The Pump, Kuwait: Ten Years Later Nov 19, 2001 “The U.S. Border Patrol” examines the U.S. Border Control and why it is accused of more crimes than any other law enforcement group. “The Pump” looks at a new heart pump that may save the lives of those who cannot get heart transplants. “Kuwait: Ten Years Later” looks at the Middle Eastern country ten years after the Gulf War. “Andy Rooney” talks about jobs.

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Season 34, Episode 10 America's Arabs, Kinkade, Castro

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Nov 26, 2001
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America's Arabs, Kinkade, Castro Nov 26, 2001 “America’s Arabs” goes to Dearborn, Michigan, and profiles one of the biggest Arab communities outside the Middle East. “Kinkade” profiles one of the world’s most popular living artist and takes a look at his marketing empire. “Castro” examines how money sent to Cuba by Cuban-Americans is helping to keep Castro in power. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

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Season 34, Episode 11 The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Selling the Dream?, Barbara Cook

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Dec 3, 2001
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The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Selling the Dream?, Barbara Cook Dec 3, 2001 “The Dirty Little Word: Profiling” examines whether officials should profile Arab men at security checkpoints in light of the September 11th attacks. “Selling the Dream?” examines the controversy over the family of Dr. Martin Luther King selling the image and words of the civil rights martyr for profit. “Barbara Cook” interviews the famous Broadway singer. “Andy Rooney” talks about trash.

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Season 34, Episode 12 Why Did She Do It?, The Candy Man

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Dec 10, 2001
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Why Did She Do It?, The Candy Man Dec 10, 2001 “Why Did She Do It?” interviews Russell Yates about his wife Andrea Yates who admitted to killing all give of her children. “The Candy Man” examines the Milton Hershey School which is one of the richest schools in America that as been established for poor children. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

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Season 34, Episode 13 The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen, Hold the Phone, In a League of His Own

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Dec 17, 2001
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The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen, Hold the Phone, In a League of His Own Dec 17, 2001 “The Secret Life of Robert Hanssen” looks at the personal life of the former FBI agent who was also a Russian spy. “Hold the Phone” examines how phone companies use competition to cheat their customers. “In a League of His Own” profiles Jim Jeffords who recently left the Republican party. “Andy Rooney” talks about Muslim beliefs.

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Season 34, Episode 14 The Greatest, Charlie Did It, The Diva Next Door

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Dec 24, 2001
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The Greatest, Charlie Did It, The Diva Next Door Dec 24, 2001 “The Greatest” rebroadcasts of profile of Muhammad Ali on his career and battle with Parkinson’s Syndrome. “Charlie Did It” interviews former congressman Charles Wilson who championed the Afghan effort against the Soviets in the late 1980s. “The Diva Next Door” rebroadcasts a segment on opera star Renee Fleming. “Andy Rooney” talks about New York since the terrorist attacks.

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Season 34, Episode 15 The Great One, The Piano Man, Richard Harris, Studs

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Dec 31, 2001
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The Great One, The Piano Man, Richard Harris, Studs Dec 31, 2001 “The Great One” rebroadcasts a profile of entertainer Jackie Gleason. “The Piano Man” rebroadcasts a profile of musician Billy Joel. “Richard Harris” rebroadcasts a profile of the veteran Irish actor. “Studs” profiles the author and radio personality. “Andy Rooney” talks about the significance of numbers in different situations.

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Season 34, Episode 16 Athens 2004, Fat City, Where's Ours?

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Jan 7, 2002
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Athens 2004, Fat City, Where's Ours? Jan 7, 2002 “Athens 2004” examines the terrorist group 17 November which has conducted more than 100 attacks at the future site of the Olympics. “Fat City” looks at diet clinics in Durham, North Carolina. “Where’s Ours?” looks at charges that college athletes are under-insured and under-compensated. “Andy Rooney” talks about college students.

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Season 34, Episode 17 Good Intentions, Bad Results, Murder in the Second Degree, Frozen Assets

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Jan 14, 2002
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Good Intentions, Bad Results, Murder in the Second Degree, Frozen Assets Jan 14, 2002 “Good Intentions, Bad Results” investigates a U.S. effort to use herbicide to kill coca plants in Columbia that is having a harmful effect on people and the environment. “Murder in the Second Degree” interviews Brenda Snyder who is accused of killing her own daughter. “Frozen Assets” looks at attempts by families of people killed by the Cuban government to recover damages from decades old Cuban assets frozen by United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about money in sports.

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Season 34, Episode 18 Torture?, Women in Combat, Ms. Swift

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Jan 21, 2002
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Torture?, Women in Combat, Ms. Swift Jan 21, 2002 “Torture?” examines the effectiveness of torture in the fight against terrorism. “Women in Combat” talks to Lt. Col. Martha McSally who is suing the secretary of defense over a requirement that women where a Muslim garment while off-base in Saudi Arabia. “Ms. Swift” profiles the acting governor of Massachusetts. “Andy Rooney” talks about racist terms.

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Season 34, Episode 19 Hamas, August Wilson, The FBI's Dirty Little Secret

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Jan 28, 2002
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Hamas, August Wilson, The FBI's Dirty Little Secret Jan 28, 2002 “Hamas” talks to Mousa Abu Marzook about the Palestinian militant group and its differences from Al Qaeda. “August Wilson” profiles the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. “The FBI’s Dirty Little Secret” examines how J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI knowingly participated in a conspiracy to send an innocent man to prison. “Andy Rooney” talks about big corporations.

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Season 34, Episode 20 Harry Potter, Adopt Me, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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Feb 4, 2002
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Harry Potter, Adopt Me, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Feb 4, 2002 “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of author J.K. Rowling who went from being a poor single mother to the world’s most successful author. “Adopt Me” rebroadcasts a segment on adoption fairs. “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” rebroadcasts a profile of the host of the Daily Show. “Andy Rooney” talks about making decisions.

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Season 34, Episode 21 How Well Oiled Are We?, You Want Fries with That?, Arafat

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Feb 11, 2002
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How Well Oiled Are We?, You Want Fries with That?, Arafat Feb 11, 2002 “How Well Oiled Are We?” examines why the United States cannot achieve oil independence. “You Want Fries with That?” investigates the link between fast food and the rise of childhood obesity. “Arafat” interviews the controversial Palestinian leader. “Andy Rooney” talks about airport security.

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Season 34, Episode 22 What's New in the Art World, Forensic Evidence, In the Belly of the Beast

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Feb 18, 2002
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What's New in the Art World, Forensic Evidence, In the Belly of the Beast Feb 18, 2002 “What’s New in the Art World” looks at the work of a famous elephant artist. “Forensic Evidence” investigates a forensic dentist whose bite-mark analysis is being called into question. “In the Belly of the Beast” rebroadcasts a segment on author and convicted murderer Jack Abbott. “Andy Rooney” talks about patriotism and how it can be a bad thing.

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Season 34, Episode 23 Tom Welch, Unlocking Parkinson's, Michael Apted

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Feb 25, 2002
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Tom Welch, Unlocking Parkinson's, Michael Apted Feb 25, 2002 “Tom Welch” interviews the man who brought the Olympic games to Salt Lake City and now faces allegations of bribery. “Unlocking Parkinson’s” examines whether deep brain stimulation can help sufferers of advanced Parkinson’s disease. “Michael Apted” profiles the British film director. “Andy Rooney” talks about annoyances with the mail.

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Season 34, Episode 24 Iraqi National Congress, A Sad Fact of Life, Hotel Pioneer

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Mar 4, 2002
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Iraqi National Congress, A Sad Fact of Life, Hotel Pioneer Mar 4, 2002 “Iraqi National Congress” talks to a group that have been trying to overthrow Saddam Hussein for years. “A Sad Fact of Life” examines the case of Dr. Robert Weitzel who prescribed doses of morphine that lead to the deaths of five elderly patients. “Hotel Pioneer” looks at the case of Louis Taylor who is accused of an arson that destroyed a Tucson hotel. “Andy Rooney” talks about newsmen and newswomen.

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Season 34, Episode 25 I.N.S., Elaine Stritch, The American Red Cross

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Mar 11, 2002
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I.N.S., Elaine Stritch, The American Red Cross Mar 11, 2002 “I.N.S.” looks at some of the dangerous problems that plague the Immigration and Naturalization Service. “Elaine Stritch” profiles the celebrated Broadway actress. “The American Red Cross” investigates corruption in the famous charity organization. “Andy Rooney” talks about news shows, talk show, and the Enron hearings.

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Season 34, Episode 26 John Nash's Beautiful Mind, Poisonous Stew, Dame Judi

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Mar 18, 2002
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John Nash's Beautiful Mind, Poisonous Stew, Dame Judi Mar 18, 2002 “John Nash’s Beautiful Mind” interviews the mathematician that is the subject of the best picture nominated film. “Poisonous Stew” investigates why the government is still years away from constructing storage facilities for 90 million gallons of liquid nuclear waste. “Dame Judi” profiles the famous British actress. “Andy Rooney” talks about newspapers.

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Season 34, Episode 27 On the Waterfront, Malden Mills, One Horrific Day

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Mar 25, 2002
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On the Waterfront, Malden Mills, One Horrific Day Mar 25, 2002 “On the Waterfront” investigates how how American seaports are vulnerable to terrorism due to the massive amount of cargo passing through U.S. customs. “Malden Mills” profiles a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “One Horrific Day” examines the 1941 Jewish pogrom in the Polish town of Jedwabne. “Andy Rooney” looks at movie ads.

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Season 34, Episode 28 Ariel Sharon, And the Winner Is..., All in the Family

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Apr 1, 2002
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Ariel Sharon, And the Winner Is..., All in the Family Apr 1, 2002 “Ariel Sharon” interviews the controversial Prime Minister of Israel. “And the Winner Is...” profiles Academy Award winning actor Denzel Washington. “All in the Family” examines the community based treatment of the mentally ill in Geel, Belgium. “Andy Rooney” talks about the Catholic Church.

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Season 34, Episode 29 A New Lease on Life, The Biological Clock

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Apr 7, 2002
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A New Lease on Life, The Biological Clock Apr 7, 2002 “A New Lease on Life” examines the work of Duke University oncologist Dr. Henry Friedman who is treating people suffering from brain cancer. “The Biological Clock” talks to career focused women who want children but may be in danger of running out of time. “Andy Rooney” talks about car developments.

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Season 34, Episode 30 Skin and Bones, Doing Business with Enron, Con Man

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Apr 14, 2002
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Skin and Bones, Doing Business with Enron, Con Man Apr 14, 2002 “Skin and Bones” investigates how some tissue donations are being sold for profit and sometimes for cosmetic surgery. “Doing Business with Enron” reveals how Enron with the help of two U.S. administrations helped build a $3 billion power plant in India that raised Indian electric bills. “Con Man” interviews a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about Colin Powell’s mission in the Middle East.

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Season 34, Episode 31 The Archbishop, Pentagon Schools, Dr. Torrey's War

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Apr 21, 2002
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The Archbishop, Pentagon Schools, Dr. Torrey's War Apr 21, 2002 “The Archbishop” rebroadcasts a segment on a sex scandal in the Catholic Church. “Pentagon Schools” examines the success of schools that are run by the U.S. Military. “Dr. Torrey’s War” interview pioneering brain researcher Dr. E. Fuller Torrey on mental illness research. “Andy Rooney” talks about scoring in sports.

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Season 34, Episode 32 North of the Border, Scandal on Ice, Young, American and Muslim

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Apr 28, 2002
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North of the Border, Scandal on Ice, Young, American and Muslim Apr 28, 2002 “North of the Border” investigates whether there are Al Qaeda terrorist groups in Canada that could easily cross the northern border of the United States. “Scandal on Ice” interviews figure skating judge Marie-Reine Le Gougne about the controversy surrounding Olympic figure skating. “Young, American and Muslim” looks at Muslim schools in the United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about new inventions.

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Season 34, Episode 33 Hell No, We Won't Go!, Better Safe Than Sorry, The Terrorist's Lawyer

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May 5, 2002
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Hell No, We Won't Go!, Better Safe Than Sorry, The Terrorist's Lawyer May 5, 2002 “Hell No, We Won’t Go!” examines how 450 Israeli soldiers are refusing to fight in the occupied territories. “Better Safe Than Sorry” examines how tiny breast tumors that may or may not be dangerous can now be detected by sensitive mammograms. “The Terrorist’s Lawyer” profiles controversial attorney Lynne Stewart who now faces charges of terrorism. “Andy Rooney” talks about military rations.

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Season 34, Episode 34 Is There a Gun in the House?, Halabja 14 Years Later, Hugo Chavez

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May 12, 2002
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Is There a Gun in the House?, Halabja 14 Years Later, Hugo Chavez May 12, 2002 “Is There a Gun in the House?” examines whether doctors should ask their patients as a matter of health whether they have guns in their homes. “Halabja 14 Years Later” goes to Iraqi to re-examines a 1988 chemical gas attack on a small Kurdish town. “Hugo Chavez” interviews the controversial president of Venezuela. “Andy Rooney” talks about libraries.

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Season 34, Episode 35 Castro, Joe Bonanno, Scars of War

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May 19, 2002
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Castro, Joe Bonanno, Scars of War May 19, 2002 “Castro” rebroadcasts an examination into how money sent to Cuba by Cuban-Americans is helping to keep Castro in power. “Joe Bonanno” rebroadcasts an interview with the don of the Bonanno crime family. “Scars of War” goes to Sierra Leone to talk to child soldiers and look at some of the consequences of its decade long civil war. “Andy Rooney” talks about portable computers.

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Season 34, Episode 36 The Bicycle Thief, Negative About Affirmative Action, The Power of Positive Speaking

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May 26, 2002
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The Bicycle Thief, Negative About Affirmative Action, The Power of Positive Speaking May 26, 2002 “The Bicycle Thief” rebroadcasts a segment on California’s three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. “Negative About Affirmative Action” rebroadcasts a look at a lawsuit which charges that the University of Michigan refused to enroll three white students while enrolling less qualified minority students. “The Power of Positive Speaking” takes a look at motivational speaking. “Andy Rooney” talks about soft drinks.

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Season 34, Episode 37 The Man Who Got Away, Elaine Stritch

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Jun 2, 2002
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The Man Who Got Away, Elaine Stritch Jun 2, 2002 “The Man Who Got Away” goes to Iraqi to interview Abdul Rahman Yasin who was one of the men who helped to make the bombs used in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. “Elaine Stritch” profiles the popular Broadway actress. “Andy Rooney” responds to letters he has received from fans.

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Season 34, Episode 38 Mubarak of Egypt, Nursing Shortage, Kuwait Ten Years Later

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Jun 9, 2002
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Mubarak of Egypt, Nursing Shortage, Kuwait Ten Years Later Jun 9, 2002 “Mubarak of Egypt” interview controversial Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. “Nursing Shortage” examines the nursing shortage in the United States and how it is impacting nurses in other countries. “Kuwait Ten Years Later” rebroadcasts a look at the Middle Eastern country ten years after the Gulf War. “Andy Rooney” talks about bathtubs.

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Season 34, Episode 39 The American Red Cross, Hold the Phone, BBC

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Jun 16, 2002
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The American Red Cross, Hold the Phone, BBC Jun 16, 2002 “The American Red Cross” rebroadcasts an investigation into corruption in the famous charity organization. “Hold the Phone” rebroadcasts an examination into how phone companies use competition to cheat their customers. “BBC” takes a look at the British Broadcasting Service’s World Service radio. “Andy Rooney” talks about the International Cat Show.

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Season 34, Episode 40 The Pump, LBJ Tapes, Con Man

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Jun 23, 2002
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The Pump, LBJ Tapes, Con Man Jun 23, 2002 “The Pump” rebroadcasts a look at a new heart pump that may save the lives of those who cannot get heart transplants. “LBJ Tapes” rebroadcasts a segment on the tape recordings made by Lyndon Johnson and his wife during his presidency. “Con Man” rebroadcasts an interview with a French con man who tricked people into believing he was a Rockefeller. “Andy Rooney” talks about annoyances with the mail.

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Season 34, Episode 41 The FBI's Dirty Little Secret, The Biological Clock, The Orchestra

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Jun 30, 2002
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The FBI's Dirty Little Secret, The Biological Clock, The Orchestra Jun 30, 2002 “The FBI’s Dirty Little Secret” rebroadcasts a segment on how J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI knowingly participated in a conspiracy to send an innocent man to prison. “The Biological Clock” rebroadcasts a segment on career focused women who want children but may be in danger of running out of time. “The Orchestra” rebroadcasts a segment on a Venezuelan children’s orchestra. “Andy Rooney” talks about food labeling.

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Season 34, Episode 42 The Osprey, Fat City, Hotel Pioneer

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Jul 7, 2002
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The Osprey, Fat City, Hotel Pioneer Jul 7, 2002 “The Osprey” rebroadcasts an investigation into the Marine’s crash-plagued MV-22 Osprey aircraft. “Fat City” rebroadcasts a look at diet clinics in Durham, North Carolina. “Hotel Pioneer” rebroadcasts a segment on Louis Taylor who is accused of an arson that destroyed a Tucson hotel. “Andy Rooney” talks about Handy Andy.

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Season 34, Episode 43 The FBI and the Mob, Kinkade, Arctic Oil

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Jul 14, 2002
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The FBI and the Mob, Kinkade, Arctic Oil Jul 14, 2002 “The FBI and the Mob” rebroadcasts an examination of whether the FBI looked the other way while one its informants committed murder. “Kinkade” rebroadcasts a profile of one of the world’s most popular living artists and takes a look at his marketing empire. “Arctic Oil” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversy over Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. “Andy Rooney” talks about the appearance of newsmen and newswomen.

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Season 34, Episode 44 The U.S. Border Patrol, Hit List, John Nash's Beautiful Mind

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Jul 21, 2002
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The U.S. Border Patrol, Hit List, John Nash's Beautiful Mind Jul 21, 2002 “The U.S. Border Patrol” rebroadcasts an examination into the U.S. Border Control and why it is accused of more crimes than any other law enforcement group. “Hit List’ rebroadcasts a segment on anti-abortion activist who publish the names of doctors who perform abortion. ”John Nash’s Beautiful Mind“ rebroadcasts an interview with the mathematician that is the subject of the best picture nominated film. ”Andy Rooney″ talks about genes and human behavior.

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Season 34, Episode 45 Selling the Dream?, What's New in the Art World, Unlocking Parkinson's

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Jul 28, 2002
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Selling the Dream?, What's New in the Art World, Unlocking Parkinson's Jul 28, 2002 “Selling the Dream?” rebroadcasts a segment that examines the controversy over the family of Dr. Martin Luther King selling the image and words of the civil rights martyr for profit. “What’s New in the Art World” rebroadcasts a look at the work of a famous elephant artist. “Unlocking Parkinson’s” rebroadcasts an examination of whether deep brain stimulation can help sufferers of advanced Parkinson’s disease. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the flag.

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Season 34, Episode 46 Murder in the Second Degree, There's No Business Like Shoe Business, August Wilson

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Aug 4, 2002
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Murder in the Second Degree, There's No Business Like Shoe Business, August Wilson Aug 4, 2002 “Murder in the Second Degree” rebroadcasts and interview with Brenda Snyder who is accused of killing her own daughter. “There’s No Business Like Shoe Business” rebroadcasts a segment on how shoe companies are targeting youths. “August Wilson” rebroadcasts a profile of the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. “Andy Rooney” talks about junk food in America.

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Season 34, Episode 47 Athens 2004, The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Malden Mills

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Aug 11, 2002
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Athens 2004, The Dirty Little Word 'Profiling', Malden Mills Aug 11, 2002 “Athens 2004” rebroadcasts an examination into the terrorist group 17 November which has conducted more than 100 attacks at the future site of the Olympics. “The Dirty Little Word: Profiling” rebroadcasts a segment on whether officials should profile Arab men at security checkpoints in light of the September 11th attacks. “Malden Mills” rebroadcasts a profile of a textile mill owner that continued to pay his employees after his mill was destroyed by fire. “Andy Rooney” talks about terrible jobs.

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Season 34, Episode 48 Zimbabwe, Do You Want Fries with That?, The Death Penalty

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Aug 18, 2002
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Zimbabwe, Do You Want Fries with That?, The Death Penalty Aug 18, 2002 “Zimbabwe” rebroadcasts a segment on the growing political repression and racial violence in the African country. “Do You Want Fries with That?” rebroadcasts an investigation into the link between fast food and childhood obesity. “The Death Penalty” rebroadcasts a segment on George Ryan’s moratorium on the death penalty in Illinois. “Andy Rooney” talks about tangled wires and electrical switches.

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Season 34, Episode 49 252, Springsteen, Charlie Did It

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Aug 25, 2002
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252, Springsteen, Charlie Did It Aug 25, 2002 “252” rebroadcasts an interview with sports agent Scott Boras who negotiated a huge contract for baseball player Alex Rodriguez . “Springsteen” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular singer and songwriter. “Charlie Did It” rebroadcasts an interviews with former congressman Charles Wilson who championed the Afghan effort against the Soviets in the late 1980s. “Andy Rooney” talks about army rations.

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Season 34, Episode 50 The Prince, The War at Home, Young, American and Muslim

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Sep 1, 2002
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The Prince, The War at Home, Young, American and Muslim Sep 1, 2002 “The Prince” rebroadcasts an interview with Saudi Arabian prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. “The War at Home” rebroadcasts a report on the high rate of domestic violence in the military. “Young, American and Muslim” rebroadcasts a look at Muslim schools in the United States. “Andy Rooney” talks about trains.

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Season 34, Episode 51 An American Town, The Commissioner, Survivors, Saudi Arabia, Are We Safe?

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Sep 8, 2002
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An American Town, The Commissioner, Survivors, Saudi Arabia, Are We Safe? Sep 8, 2002 A special two hour edition looks back at the 9/11 attacks. “An American Town” goes to Summit, New Jersey, to see how the town is dealing from the impact of the 9/11 attacks. “The Commissioner” talks to New York City Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen about rescue efforts on 9/11 and the loss of firefighters under his command. “Survivors” revisits the investment firm Sandler O’Neill to see how business is doing a year after the attacks. “Saudi Arabia” looks at the relationship between the United States and the Middle Eastern country in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.

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Season 34, Episode 52 Broken Promises, Kennewick Man, The Pope's Maestro

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Sep 15, 2002
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Broken Promises, Kennewick Man, The Pope's Maestro Sep 15, 2002 “Broken Promises” examines how money promises for reconstruction in Afghanistan is yet to arrive. “Kennewick Man” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversy surrounding a 9,000 year old skeleton discovered in Washington state. “The Pope’s Maestro” rebroadcasts a segment on a Jewish conductor who has become the musical director for the Pope. “Andy Rooney” talks about portable computers.

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Season 34, Episode 53 Torture?, The Candy Man, The $353 Million Con

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Sep 22, 2002
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Torture?, The Candy Man, The $353 Million Con Sep 22, 2002 “Torture?” rebroadcasts a segment examining the effectiveness of torture in the fight against terrorism. “The Candy Man” rebroadcasts a segment on the Milton Hershey School which is one of the richest schools in America that as been established for poor children. “The $353 Million Con” rebroadcasts a segment on two con men who defrauded banks for $350 million. “Andy Rooney” talks about stuff in his office.

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