Host Mo Rocca shows us the device helping save those lost at sea and in the wilderness; the patch with hundreds of needles to keep you healthy; the turbine tech charging your life outdoors; and how lighting inventions lit the world’s way.
Today, we look back at two special stories from season one. First, a therapy dolphin is always there to keep her handler afloat. Plus, a therapy animal brings hope to her handler and her handler’s family.
The parents of Blaze Bernstein, a brilliant Ivy League student allegedly murdered because he was gay and Jewish, talk with '48 Hours' about the loss of their son and the neo-Nazi hate group that may have fueled anger in his killer.