EXPOSÉ: America's Investigative Reports - Season 2

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Friday 10:00 PM on PBS Premiered Sep 01, 2006 In Season

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  • Sustained Outrage
    Sustained Outrage
    Episode 20
    11/2/07
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    After 12 miners died in the 2006 Sago mine disaster, reporter Ken Ward Jr. and The Charleston Gazette dig deep into the history and tragedy of the coal mining industry.
  • Security Theater
    Security Theater
    Episode 19
    10/26/07
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    Some local television stations do actually engage in hard-hitting investigative journalism. This program looks at KNXV in Phoenix, KUSA in Denver, and KHOU in Houston as their investigative teams go that extra mile to reveal surprising failures in U.S. airport security.
  • Quid Pro Quo
    Quid Pro Quo
    Episode 18
    10/19/07
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    A look at the corruption scandal involving Congressman Randall "Duke" Cunningham.
  • Question 7 (updated)
    10/12/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    When the U.S. military lowered recruitment standards in 2005, two journalists, Lisa Chedekel and Matt Kauffman from the Hartford Courant, investigated a hunch. They discovered seriously ineffective responses to the psychological well being of soldiers.moreless
  • In a Small Town (Part 2)
  • In a Small Town (Part 1)
  • Blame Somebody Else (updated)
    9/21/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Cam Simpson and Aamer Madhani, investigative reporters for the Chicago Tribune, discovered how Halliburton KBR funneled U.S. tax dollars through human trafficking networks to buy unwitting foreign workers who were then led to their deaths on the frontlines in Iraq.moreless
  • Eyes on the Road
    Eyes on the Road
    Episode 13
    9/14/07
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  • Death is Different
  • A Sea of Trouble (updated)
    8/31/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Following an oil spill in Seattle's Puget Sound for which no company claimed responsibility, investigative reporter Eric Nalder, from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, discovers negligence and cover-ups in the oil transport industry.moreless
  • An Inside Job (updated)
    8/24/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Daniel Zwerdling, a reporter for National Public Radio, spent a year and a half investigating the abuse of prisoners in the U.S. on a scale identical to that of Abu Ghraib.moreless
  • Charity Begins at Home (updated)
    8/17/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Journalists from The Oregonian investigate a government program called JWOD and find rampant abuse and lack of oversight at the expense of the taxpayers as well as the disabled for whom the program is intended.moreless
  • Nice Work If You Can Get It (updated)
    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Two veteran reporters from the Washington Post discover massive mismanagement of tax dollars by the Department of Homeland Security.
  • Crisis Mismanagement (updated)
    8/3/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Long before Hurricane Katrina, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel uncovers extensive waste and mismanagement at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
  • Money for Nothing
    Money for Nothing
    Episode 6
    7/27/07
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    Reporter Debbie Cenziper of The Miami Herald uncovers massive misspending and mismanagement at the Miami-Dade Housing Agency.
  • The Scientific Method
    7/20/07
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    The Houston Chronicle printed a series of investigative articles called "In Harm's Way" which detailed the high levels of industrial pollution in Southeast Texas due to lenient regulations.
  • Friends in High Places
    7/13/07
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    Investigators Donald L. Barlett and James B. Steele wrote a report for Vanity Fair which reveals the numerous failures of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), the largest private government contractor that always manages to get paid.
  • Becoming the Story (updated)
    7/6/07
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    This is a rebroadcast of an episode from the previous season which includes a new epilogue detailing the latest events of the story.

    Two reporters from the San Francisco Chronicle received sealed grand jury testimony while covering the BALCO raid. As they continued to report on the story with their new evidence, federal officials started their own investigation into the leak. After being subpoenaed and refusing to reveal their source, they were faced with possible jail time for being in contempt of court. This update brings closure to the federal case against the reporters and the attempts to find the source of the leak.moreless
  • Think Like a Terrorist (Pt. 2)
    6/29/07
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    Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reporter Carl Prine continues his tour of the U.S. to investigate chemical safety, focusing his latest efforts on the country's railroad transportation system. EXPOSÉ tags along with Prine as he demonstrates how easy it is to access rail cars filled with toxic and explosive chemicals.
  • Think Like a Terrorist (Pt. 1)
    6/22/07
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    Reporter Carl Prine of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, uncovers surprisingly lax security at dozens of chemical plants and storage facilities in major cities around the U.S. All of his efforts are meant to demonstrate just how vulnerable these locations are to terrorist attack, hoping more effort will be made to secure them.moreless
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