Randall Arauz is a marine biologist in Costa Rica who has been working for years to protect sea turtles there. One day he saw a video documenting "shark finning." Fishermen haul in sharks, cut off the fins, and dump the bodies of the sharks back into the ocean.
Julie Mullin says her business selling organic, fair trade fiber products is doing quite well in this economic climate. But she couldn't do it without the unusual partnership she's formed with a Montagnard woman named Jum.
The 2010 Winter Olympic games are a couple of weeks away. For Jerry McGovern, it's a chance to look back at one very memorable time - the 1980 games in Lake Placid. Jerry wasn't an athlete in Lake Placid. He was a chauffeur for the VIPs attending the games.
Bob Sallee is one of the few to survive one of the most famous wildfires in history. He tells Dick Gordon about the difficult decisions he and the other firefighters had to make, as fire bore down on them faster than they could run.
Alicia Partnoy, who was held in a secret prison in Argentina, speaks to Sean Cole about the place called the Little School. The naming of the Buenos Aires cardinal as pope has brought up memories of the country’s Dirty War, during which thousands of citizens were kidnapped and killed.
Jimmy Hoffa, one of the most controversial labor organizers of his time, disappeared from a restaurant outside Detroit in 1975 and was never seen again. An FBI investigator gives his theory of what happened.