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David's Journey: Imagine you're living inside a bathroom for more than two years. And that the confinement is self-imposed. That's the reality of a 27-year-old man who shared his experiences with 48 Hours. (Jan. 4, 2001)

Great Dames: They are women of distinction, from all walks of life, making a difference, doing so on their own terms, each with her own unique perspective. 48 Hours has chosen some "great dames." (Dec. 28, 2000)

Bad Girls: What would drive well-educated suburban girls to become armed robbers? 48 Hours looks at the case of four Texas teen-agers charged after a robbery spree last year. (Dec. 28, 2000)

Fight To Forgive: Forgiveness doesn't always come easily. In some cases, however, it can provide a chance to shed anger and move on with life. 48 Hours presents stories of individuals who have overcome obstacles to make peace with their past. (Dec. 21, 2000)

Judging Dr. Morgan: 48 Hours reports on Dr. Robert Morgan, an obstetrician who is blamed for the deaths of several babies. What price will he pay? (a West Coast only broadcast, Dec. 13, 2000)

The Colonel's Wife: Col. Marecek, a decorated American hero, was accused of murder and suspected of killing his wife with a blunt object and drowning her - a charge he denies. 48 Hours investigates. (Dec. 7, 2000)

Ecstasy: Can a pill bring happiness? 48 Hours talks with people who say ecstasy has expanded their minds. But drug enforcement officials say it's a dangerous drug and they are taking steps to stop its spread. (Nov. 30, 2000)

Rage: Are people angrier these days, stressed by the fast pace of modern life? 48 Hours takes a close look at rage, from hostile encounters with strangers, to acrimony with loved ones. (Nov. 16, 2000)

History On Hold: Will the next resident of the White House be a matter for the courts? And when will the countdown be complete? It may be the political mystery of all time. 48 Hours reports. (Nov. 9, 2000)

Heroes Under Fire: The brutal Worcester fire last December claimed many lives and made many heroes. But is there someone to blame? 48 Hours investigates. (Nov. 2, 2000)

A Grandmother's Mission: Dr. Mary Howell is probably the last person you'd expect to be unraveling a 17-year-old murder case. 48 Hours tracks the 86-year-old chiropractor on the trail of her familys killers. (Oct. 26, 2000)


Lori Berenson Speaks: Lori Berenson was just 26 years old when she was sentenced to life for helping to plan a terrorist attack on Peru's congress. It's a crime she says she did not commit. 48 Hours brings an exclusive interview from Peru. (Oct. 19, 2000)

Love Crosses Borders: In the name of love, they've broken laws and defied a royal family. 48 Hours reports on the daring international romance of a Bahraini sheika and a U.S. Marine. (Oct. 19, 2000)

The Enemy Within: 48 Hours tracks a disappearance - and the ensuing investigation of a cold-blooded crime - while exploring strained family relationships after a divorce. (Oct. 12, 2000)

Gold Rush: Internet entrepreneurs and employees work long hours for hefty pay. But how long will their good fortune last? 48 Hours tracks Larry Dennison's experience of taking his Internet start-up public. (Oct. 5, 2000)

Invisible Killers: It was supposed to be the house of their dreams. But they were forced out when an invisible poison moved in and made them sick. 48 Hours tells this family's story, and shows how tiny bugs can wreak havoc on us. (Sept. 28, 2000)

Never Forget: Bill Huling was only 11 when his family was murdered. Can investigators find the killer more than 20 years later? 48 Hours reports on some long-unsolved murders. (Sept. 27, 2000)

Service, Please! In an investigation of growing consumer dissatisfaction, 48 Hours goes behind the scenes of some old-fashioned service providers and investigates some new, high tech ones. How well do Priceline and Best Buy meet customer expectations? (Sept. 21, 2000)

Justice For Sheila? In 1997 Sheila Bellush, a mother of six, was brutally murdered. Police arrested three men. But was her ex-husband, a millionaire businessman, behind the crime? (Sept. 18, 2000)

Against All Odds: 48 Hours takes a look at several people fighting to overcome tremendous physical challenges, including a rare genetic disease and a brain tumor. (Sept. 7, 2000)

Save My Child: CBS News' 48 Hours takes you behind the scenes at a busy pediatric ER where doctors deal with everything from serious accidents and broken bones to swallowed coins. (Aug. 24, 2000)

The Kids: Two young people with little political experience have landed prominent spots in the Bush and Gore campaigns. Their claim to fame? They're close relations and charged with luring young voters. (Aug. 14, 2000)

Panic: 48 Hours explores anxiety disorders and spends time with several people, including Donny Osmond, who are trying to overcome them. (Aug. 10, 2000)

The Legacy: All children may feel they must live up to their parents' accomplishments. But what if your dad was, say, Muhammad Ali? 48 Hours looks at the children of famous parents. (Aug. 9, 2000)

The Ultimate Risk: CBS News' 48 Hours takes a close look at the often under-regulated world of human medical testing. Are patients and subjects receiving proper care? (July 31, 2000)

Tornado: 48 Hours takes an inside look at tornadoes. Two Oklahoma families find themselves in the path of a killer tornado. Will they survive? (July 27, 2000)

Family Feuds: Some family disputes are worse than others. 48 Hours takes a look at some relatives who just don't get along, including Kevin Tinney, a family plumber who ended up an adopted son. (July 20, 2000)

Weighing The Risks: Thirty-four percent of Americans are clinically obese, says the U.S. government. 48 Hours follows several people trying to lose weight with controversial new methods. (July 13, 2000)

Impossible Mission: 48 Hours follows five top private investigators as they race to exonerate a death row inmate whom they believe is innocent. (July 10, 2000)

A House Divided: There are about 60,000 polygamists in the United States. 48 Hours examines this practice, following two teens who try to escape their sect. (July 6, 2000)

Fame: More and more, it seems, Americans are obsessed with celebrity. But is fame all it is cracked up to be? 48 Hours takes an inside look at the nature of modern stardom. (July 5, 2000)

A Family's Shame: What happens when a vicious criminal turns out to be your child, or sibling? 48 Hours takes a probing look at people coming to grips with having a killer in the family. (July 3, 2000)

Sixth Sense: 48 Hours takes a look at the paranormal world. Learn about people who believe in ghosts, say they can talk to the dead or who believe they can access past lives. Does it check out? (June 29, 2000)

Ghosts Of Mississippi: Five elderly people have been killed in a small Southern town. Can police catch the murderer or murderers? 48 Hours reports. (June 26, 2000)

Multiple Choice: 48 Hours delves into th unique universe of multiple births. Be beside a mother as she gives birth to quadruplets. Meet a pair of identical twins who met when they were 40. And is Erin Moriarty a fraternal or an identical twin? (June 24, 2000)

Class Of 2000: For four years, CBS News has followed the Class of 2000 through school. Now, as they enter the adult world, 48 Hours completes the project with a look at a few of its remarkable members. (June 22, 2000)

The Confession: A child is murdered and her teen-age brother confesses to killing her in a fit of jealousy. But did he really do it? 48 Hours investigates this strange case. (June 19, 2000)

The Impostor: Over his life, the man known as David Pecard has assumed at least 20 identities, including posing as an FBI agent, a policeman and a soldier. 48 Hours reports on this ingenious chameleon. (June 17, 2000)

Living Better Longer: Are we obsessed with finding the fountain of youth? 48 Hours examines the lengths to which people will go to feel and look younger. (June 15, 2000)

Why Did Josh Kill? Josh Phillips appeared to be a typical 14-year-old. But then he killed his playmate, 8-year-old Maddie Clifton. 48 Hours investigates why a seemingly nice kid would commit murder. (June 12, 2000)

Fatal Attraction: Thomas Capano was a wealthy, charming, politically connected lawyer. With all his charisma and power, he couldn't get away with murdering one of the women he had been involved with. 48 Hours reports. (June 10, 2000)

Price Of Perfection: CBS News 48 Hours takes a look at several people who will do almost anything to achieve what they believe is a flawless body. (June 8, 2000)

Deadly Secret: Can a team of dogged detectives solve a disappearance when all of the trails seem to have gone cold? 48 Hours Correspondent Harold Dow reports. (June 5, 2000)

That's My Child: 48 Hours looks at what happens when several people fight over custody of a single child. Who should decide, and how? (June 1, 2000)

Mr. Wonderful: By all accounts, Matt Mathews can be a charming man. He was also a master con man. 48 Hours tells the story of a man who, to many women, seemed as if he could do no wrong. (May 28, 2000)

Gambling With Your Life: Gambling is one of the most popular activities in the United States. 48 Hours looks at one woman's fight to overcome her addiction. (May 25, 2000)

It's Just Sex: 48 Hours takes a look at the new sexual revolution. Find out how science is helping to improve the sex lives of many women. (May 22, 2000)

Citizen Jane: 48 Hours reports on a 77-year-old grandmother trying to track down a murderer. Can she find the evidence she needs before he escapes? Find out. (May 18, 2000)

Mission Impossible: 48 Hours reports on a group of rookie reporters trying to clear two convicted killers. Can they find new evidence after 14 years? (May 15, 2000)

Never Forget: 48 Hours reports on two strangely similar unsolved murders. Years later, detectives try to pick up the trail. (May 11, 2000)

Judging Dr. Morgan: 48 Hours reports on Dr. Robert Morgan, an obstetrician who is blamed for the deaths of several babies. What price will he pay? (May 4, 2000)

Accused: 48 Hours reports on the case of a small-town mom charged with murdering her own mother. Did she do it? (April 27, 2000)

Bad Girls: What would drive well-educated suburban girls to become armed robbers? 48 Hours looks at the case of four Texas teen-agers charged after a robbery spree last year. (April 20, 2000)

Who Killed These Girls? In 1991, four teen-age girls were murdered in a Texas yogurt shop. No one was convicted. Now police say they have the culprits, including Maurice Pierce. 48 Hours reports. (April 13, 2000)

Breaking Point: 48 Hours looks at families struggling with mentally ill children. Will they succeed before someone gets hurt? (April 12, 2000)

Cyberstalking: More than 15 million children are now online. Are they safe? Are adults? Maybe not. 48 Hours takes a look at cyberstalking and other online dangers. (March 30, 2000)

Never Forget: Bill Huling was only 11 when his family was murdered. Can investigators find the killer more than 20 years later? 48 Hours reports on long-unsolved murders. (March 9, 2000)

Invisible Killers: It was supposed to be the house of their dreams. But they were forced out when an invisible poison moved in and made them sick. 48 Hours tells this family's story, and shows how tiny bugs can wreak havoc on us. (March 2, 2000)

Panic: 48 Hours explores anxiety disorders and spends time with several people, including Donny Osmond, who are trying to overcome them. (Feb. 24, 2000)

Daddy's Little Girl: Four years ago, teen-ager Mindy Berenyi shot and killed her father. Was it murder, or slf-defense? 48 Hours looks at how this case divided a family. (Feb. 17, 2000)

Perfect Child: 48 Hours looks at the story of an American couple who adopted a child from Russia. Back in the U.S., the couple discovered that the child had severe emotional problems. (Feb. 10, 2000)

Murder In L.A.: It was a bitter divorce, involving infidelity, jealousy - and murder. 48 Hours reports on this tangled case. Who killed Robert Adair? (Feb. 3, 2000)

A Killer In The Family: What happens when a vicious criminal turns out to be your child, or sibling? 48 Hours takes a probing look at people coming to grips with having a killer in the family. (Jan. 13, 2000)

The Future Of Everything: What will life in the next century be like? With the new century just a few days old, 48 Hours takes a look at the future of medicine, technology and lifestyles. (Dec. 31, 1999)
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