"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, FEB. 26, 2006
TO WALK AGAIN -- The doctor who used human stem cells to make paralyzed rats walk again may not be able to duplicate the feat in humans, but even a small success would mean hope for millions. Ed Bradley reports. Tanya Simon and Michael Radutzky are the producers.
ON THE WATERFRONT -- The furor over the proposed sale of major U.S. port terminals to a Middle Eastern outfit probably won't change the fact that U.S. Customs can inspect only a small percentage of the six million cargo containers landing here annually. Steve Kroft reports. Graham Messick, Andy Court and Ira Rosen are the producers.
COAL COWBOY -- The governor of Montana believes we can greatly reduce our dependence on foreign oil by developing diesel fuel from coal, a substance his state is rich in. Lesley Stahl is the correspondent. Miguel Sancho is the producer.