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In 1956, the Mississippi Sovereignty Commission was formed to spy on people thought to be associated with the Civil Rights movement. The organization, funded by the state through 1972, amassed a list of over 80,000 names.
Profile of model/actress Cheryl Tiegs.
Profile of actor Robert Blake, the New Jersey native made famous by his role in the TV series "Baretta" and whose wife was murdered in May 2001.
The stories of the black men and women who defied odds to fly as 20th century aviation pioneers. Stories include: Eugene Bullard, who joined the French Air Service during World War I and was awarded the Croix de Guerre, France's highest honor; Bessie Coleman, who went to France to get her pilot's li
Profile of Ethel Kennedy, born in 1928 to a family of a self-made millionaire. In college, Ethel's roommate, Jean Kennedy, introduced Ethel to her brother, Robert. It was love at first sight and they married in 1950. Ethel fit into the Kennedy family and soon started a large family of her own. Her h
Profile of British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Documentary about Israel's attack of a U.S. ship during the 1967 Six Day War, resulting in the deaths of 34 Americans. Israel claims that it mistook the U.S. ship for an Egyptian one, even though the Liberty was flying the U.S. flag.
Profile of singer Perry Como.
Documentary about how the stage for the 1979 Iranian revolution was set some thirty years before it happened. Recently discovered CIA documents reveal America's role in the military coup that ousted Iran's elected prime minister in favor of returning the Shah to power.
For over 175 years, the Texas Rangers have clashed with raiders, renegades, killers, con men and kidnappers. From defending the Old West to the ambush of Bonnie and Clyde, their pursuit of hardened criminals has placed them in the thick of the battle. Today's rangers are the oldest state law enforce
Documentary about the New York State parole system, one of the oldest and largest systems handling thousands of parolees. The program explores the role of parole officers from the perspective of those whose lives are now under their care and scrutiny.
Documentary about the U.S.S. Pueblo. In 1968, at the height of the Vietnam War, the spy ship U.S.S.Pueblo was captured off North Korea's coast. Held hostage for 11 months, the crew were pawns in a game of propaganda waged by North Korea. Host Arthur Kent investigates the incident and the court of in
Documentary about the massive explosion that ripped through the gun turret on the U.S.S. Iowa on April 19, 1989, killing 47 crewmembers. The Navy claimed that a gunner named Clayton Hartwig deliberately caused the explosion to commit suicide after the breakup of his homosexual relationship with ship
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