Just prior to the 2000 Summer Olympics, host Bill Kurtis examines the troubling use of performance-enhancing drugs by athletes. One Olympian admits, "There is no way to be competitive at the Olympic level without using performance-enhancing drugs."
Are America's college students going overboard with booze, frat parties and frolicking? We investigate some of the deaths linked to fraternity hazing & the troubling increase in binge drinking. Find out what college leaders are doing to meet the problems.
An examination of the growing problem of privacy on the Internet. Meet a California woman whose email account was stolen and used to send pornography to thousands of users in her name. Another woman became the target of a white supremacy group.
"New York Times" reporters investigate rampage killers--seemingly normal people who suddenly lash out with lethal force, killing strangers & loved ones alike. Interview with Wayne Lo, who murdered two and injured four others on a rampage at a MA college.
As more Americans move into "managed care," the abuses they endure seem to grow. Host Bill Kurtis talks to both patients and doctors, who are forced to live with a system that maximizes profits but may sacrifice sound medicine.
A look at the disturbing rise in teenage gambling. Meet 15-year-olds who roll dice for dollars; a 17-year-old who went to the race track instead of his high school graduation; a young man whose gambling addiction drove him to crime; teens gambling online.
Three West Virginia convicts up for parole: Roger Neece, who killed a man while driving drunk; Carl Hearn, who clubbed a man he mistook for someone who punched his daughter; and repeat sex offender Gary Kramer, who says he's no longer a danger to society.