This Sunday at 7pm/6c, Dateline delivers exclusive updates on the latest newsmakers:
For decades he's been one of Hollywood's most coveted leading men. Now, it seems his -own- story just might have a Hollywood ending. The news was alarming five months ago, when actor Michael Douglas announced he'd been diagnosed with stage 4 throat cancer. But this month, he announced that he's tumor-free. In his first in-depth interview since his treatment, he shares the latest with Matt Lauer -- on his battle, and his blessings.
Also: As Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and others injured in the Tucson, Arizona attack recuperate, there is one wound from that day which may take longer to heal than any other. Brian Williams sits down with Tucson shooting victim Suzi Hileman, the woman who brought 9-year-old Christina Taylor Green to meet Congresswoman Giffords.
Plus: The planes roared out over the desert before dawn 20 years ago this week. The U.S.-led assault in the first Gulf War launched the drive to liberate Kuwait from the invading forces of Iraq's Saddam Hussein. To mark the anniversary, Brian Williams also sits downs for an exclusive interview with former president George H.W. Bush, and a rare gathering of the team that made the historic decisions of Operation Desert Storm.
And: She appeared poised, lively, and prepared to step into her new role-- wife of the future King of England. Reaction to Kate Middleton and Prince William's engagement announcement has been overwhelmingly positive, even in the often-critical British press. Now, though, the tone of the tabloid scrutiny is changing -- the sniping has started. Kate Snow brings us the latest on the Royal Wedding.
Join us Sunday at 7pm/6c Central for a new Dateline report.