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Catastrophe – 60 Minutes (11/19/17)

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How Yemen’s civil war has brought 7 million people, many of them children, to the brink of starvation.

Inside al Qaeda – 60 Minutes (10/22/17)

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In his first interview, an FBI undercover operative tells Scott Pelley how he infiltrated al Qaeda and thwarted potential terror attacks planned for New York and Toronto.

Corkscrewed – 60 Minutes (10/22/17)

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Bill Koch, sibling of the famous Koch brothers, Charles and David, spent $35 million investigating what began as $400K in wine fraud. Turns out, Koch was the wrong guy to swindle.

Trial and Terror – The Intercept (10/02/17)

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The U.S. government has prosecuted 810 people for terrorism since the 9/11 attacks. Most of them never even got close to committing an act of violence.

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National Disintegrations – Field of Vision (08/10/17)

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In his latest film, Braden King ponders the Geneva Freeport, a warehouse complex in Switzerland that is said to house over 1 million works of art. A high-security tax haven for international dealers and collectors, the Freeport’s exact contents remain a mystery to the general public. As people crossing borders are more to more and greater scrutiny, NATIONAL DISINTEGRATIONS examines what it means to have untold amounts of wealth and property flow freely through this extralegal space.

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When the Water Took the Land – Fault Lines (12/20/15)

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As rising temperatures fuel erosion of people’s lands and lives, Fault Lines travels to Alaska to examine climate change.

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‘Earthquake State’ – Fault Lines (12/13/15)

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Fault Lines travels to Oklahoma, where earthquakes are now a daily occurrence, to examine the rise in seismic activity.

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Lost in the System – Fault Lines (10/12/15)

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Fault Lines investigates the practice of pretrial detention—and how courts in US counties are failing their poor citizens.