"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2006
ILLEGAL�AND THRIVING -- Legalizing Internet gambling -- practiced by an estimated 12 million Americans -- would bring billions in U.S. tax dollars, but critics say it corrupts kids and creates gambling addicts. Lesley Stahl reports. Rome Hartman is the producer.
ROMO -- Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski recounts his violent ways as one of the league's most feared -- some would say dirty -- players, and also talks candidly about his steroid use. Scott Pelley reports. Bill Owens is the producer.
HOWARD STERN -- In a rare interview, the controversial radio jock talks about his personal life and his new business venture in satellite radio. Ed Bradley reports. Ruth Streeter is the producer.
In addition to these stories, the following segments will also be seen on a special WEST COAST ONLY 90-minute broadcast due to the 8:30 PM, ET/PT premiere of THE AMAZING RACE.
THE PRINCE OF POT -- Canadian Marc Emery's mail-order marijuana seed business was ignored by Canadian officials, but below the border, U.S. officials want to prosecute him for crimes that could land him in jail for life. Bob Simon reports. Catherine Olian is the producer.
FAMILY TIES -- Fertility science techniques like anonymous sperm donation are creating some extended families that before now, would never meet. But today, with the help of a Website, "donor siblings" are not only meeting each other, but their anonymous fathers, too. Steve Kroft reports. Mitch Weitzner is the producer.