"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27, 2005
PLAN B -- A former FDA official criticizes the agency for failing to approve over-the-counter sales of the emergency contraceptive Plan B, calling the case "a poster child" for concerns that conservative politics may be interfering with science in government decision-making. Lesley Stahl reports. Karen Sughrue is the producer.
LIVING LARGE -- Morley Safer takes a look at the trend some call McMansions and still others refer to as conspicuous consumption: the increasingly larger size of the average American home, despite the fact that the size of the families living in them is getting smaller. Alden Bourne is the producer.
JAMES BLAKE -- Mike Wallace profiles the tennis player who, despite breaking his neck and losing his father to cancer, continues to rise in the ranks of pro tennis. Robert Anderson is the producer.