Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:

The Real "Deep Throat"?

It's one of the last great mysteries: Who was the source — called Deep Throat (search) — who helped Washington Post reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward unravel Watergate? Well, FOX News media analyst Eric Burns reports that Deep Throat was not one person, but many.

Burns says that he learned from historian Stephen Ambrose (search) — who died two years ago — that Simon and Shuster — publisher for both Ambrose and The Post reporters — thought the original narrative had too many sources. So the editor suggested combining all the sources into one, called Deep Throat.

Woodward and Bernstein maintain that Deep Throat was one real person.

Cache Cash-In

California is one of 11 states that allows people to use marijuana (search) for medicinal purposes. But now, growers in Mendocino county want to capitalize on a trend in grocery stores and offer an organically certified product.

The Cautious Approach

The Public Broadcasting Service got "gun shy" with a new documentary called "A Company of Soldiers."

The show — about US troops in Iraq — has a lot of what can only be called "troop talk." So, PBS sent stations the original cut and a cleaned-up version. Stations that want to air the uncensored program must sign a waiver to prevent PBS from being fined by the FCC.