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Newsreaders gets an exclusive interview with a serial killer and the agents who caught him. The audience also gets to have a look behind the scenes of the news room.
An in-depth investigation into the methods of a clinic solely focused on treating jelly fish stings. Skip Reming gives his take on women's fashion and David Hasselhoff shares memories from his days at the set of Knight Rider.moreless
A company finds success with creating names for bands; an innovative coach who wants to revolutionize football training is profiled.
A millionaire who has achieved almost everything takes on his greatest challenge; a popular sitcom is discovered to be more based in reality than expected.
This week's reports dive into the stories of an inspirational, tragically injured high school football player, and an identity thief who gets the tables turned on him. Skip makes revelations about the wives of US presidents.moreless
The production process of the iPhone is traced back to its beginning; it is revealed what happens to a Medieval-themed restaurant which aims for authenticity.
A dad wants his son to be taught alternative life lessons; it is revealed what happens to contestants who lose money on game shows.
Newsreaders is made to look bad by a kids news show.
The Newsreaders team sits down with robots. Skip Reming explains the difficulties associated with modern air travel.
A typical all-Americian family is found to be not so typical, as family secrets are brought to light by the Newsreaders team.
Louis LaFonda goes to an abortion protest and meets with a father and son who are not on good terms.
Newsreaders reports on a town full of physically fit people.
A summer camp with a secret is exposed by the Newsreaders' team.
Louis LaFonda meets with an angry Irishman in Boston. The Newsreaders team reports on children's role in the future of crime fighting.
An odd species of bird may be responsible for missing human hair.
Newsreaders looks into the investment fraud case brought upon Wall Street mogul Miles Van Cleef.
Newsreaders examines the emergence of van sales due to inappropriate videos posted online.