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Investigative reporters Leslie and Andrew Cockburn take on the biggest economic crisis of our lifetime: the sub-prime mortgage meltdown that has caused more than a million Americans to lose their homes. They interview Wall Street wizards who are as nervous about revealing their identity as any mobst
Diane Sawyer takes a look at the life and career of late actor John Ritter through clips and interviews.
A look into the lives and relationship of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez with interviews conducted by Pat O'Brien.
Profile of filmmaker George Lucas.
Twenty years ago, four American nuns were raped and murdered in El Salvador, a crime that shocked the world. Using archival footage and first-hand accounts, the program traces the search for truth and justice by their anguished families through a look at two landmark human-rights cases.
Profile of flamboyant cross dresser/entertainer RuPaul.
Visit to some of the manmade landmarks of the United States, including Rockefeller Center, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Mall of America, and the Bellagio Casino in Las Vegas.
Should children who commit serious crimes be tried as juveniles or adults? What happens to young offenders who reach the "end of the line" in the juvenile court system, and how do you rehabilitate such children to prevent future criminal behavior? The program explores these questions as it follows f
Host Harry Smith profiles the proliferation and changing face of gambling in America. Among those profiled are: Larry Flynt, high-stakes blackjack player and pornography peddler; singer Gladys Knight, who fought to conquer a gambling addiction; Wendeen Eolis, a one-time adviser to New York City's ma
Explores how the towns of Milford, Massachusetts; Portland, Oregon; and Antelope Valley, California, have come to terms with hate crimes and illustrates how this problem is spreading through society.
The program asks the question: "Why would anyone want to be President of the United State?" Harry Smith interviews those who've run, those who've won and those who've lost, and those who decided that they didn't have the stamina, the stomach or the hunger to face the demands of the race.
In February 1999, in Sylacauga, Alabama, 30-year-old computer programmer Bill Jack Gaither was murdered, the victim of a violent hate crime. The accused killer, a known white supremicist, testified that he killed Gaither because he was "queer." The program examines the roots of homophobia in the Uni
Documentary about the men who built the Hoover Dam, the biggest structure built since the pyramids. Completed in 1936, the Hoover Dam straddles the Black Canyon between Nevada and Arizona.
Special celebrating the 25th anniversary of Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
Biographical documentary of fictional character Zorro, chronicling the creation of this mysterious hero in pulp fiction books to his many incarnations in movies, comic books and television.
Film Production - Main (special)
Reports on the developments in the lives of some of the people touched by the Oklahoma City bombing in the year since the tragedy.
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