Tawdry Tales - Bob McDonnell says family broke no Virginia laws taking $177K in gifts and loans and says he was vindicated when the Supreme Court overturned his conviction. When he and his wife accepted $177,000 worth of gifts and loans from a wealthy man seeking the governor's help on a business venture, the overworked and indebted governor of Virginia "appreciated" his generosity. But the former governor, Bob McDonnell, says he would not accept such gifts if he could do it all over again. Bill Whitaker interviews McDonnell and reports on his conviction for corruption and the influential Supreme Court ruling that reversed it.
Starr Students - An ex-hedge fund manager founded a high school in one of the poorest places in the world. Now Anderson Cooper reports from Africa on how students from Somaliland are achieving academic success.
Norman Seeff's Archive - Film shot by photographer Norman Seeff while taking some of the most iconic pictures in the world show revealing sides of his famous subjects the public rarely sees.