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    • History at 500 Yards
      History at 500 Yards
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.29.10
      7/29/10
      0.0
      The Appleseed Project is dedicated to teaching every American how to fire a bullet through a man-sized target from up to five hundred yards.
    • Tainted Tap Water
      Tainted Tap Water
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.16.09
      12/16/09
      0.0
      Thirty-five years after Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act, some regulators and environmentalists say the law is now so out of date that it fails to protect people from the most obvious threats.
    • The New Hard Times, Part 1
      The New Hard Times, Part 1
      Season 2009 - Episode 0319
      3/19/09
      0.0
      76-year-old Patricia Addis was born in the depths of the Great Depression. Now her 25-year-old granddaughter cannot find a job in today's tattered economy.
    • The New Hard Times Part 2
      The New Hard Times Part 2
      Season 2009 - Episode 0325
      3/25/09
      0.0
      Ernest Kurnow, a 96-year-old business school professor at New York University, finished his own schooling in the middle of the Great Depression. Now his current students are faced with finding a job in the floundering world of finance after graduation.
    • A Man's World
      A Man's World
      Season 2009 - Episode 415
      4/15/09
      0.0
      After three decades of war, Afghanistan is one of the world's widow capitals. They are ridiculed as prostitutes when they go shopping, and many are unable to rent their own homes.
    • Bolivia's Glaciers Melt Away
      Bolivia's Glaciers Melt Away
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.13.09
      12/13/09
      0.0
      Bolivia's Chacaltaya glacier - once the "world's highest" ski resort and a crucial source of water for millions of people - melted away in 2009.
    • Donors, Daddies, Surrogates, Lawyers
      Donors, Daddies, Surrogates, Lawyers
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.13.09
      12/13/09
      0.0
      Surrogacy can help people build families, but legal uncertainty and custody disputes can happen when more than two people create a baby.
    • The Death of Boubacar Bah
      The Death of Boubacar Bah
      Season 2008 - Episode 0505
      5/5/08
      0.0
      The death of a detainee in the custody of U.S. immigration authorities raises questions about oversight in the immigration detention system.
    • A Heavy Load
      A Heavy Load
      Season 2008 - Episode 0408
      0.0
      Being a mother of three and a business owner has not stopped Melanie Roach from trying to make the U.S. women's weightlifting team.
    • A Walk in the Clouds
      A Walk in the Clouds
      Season 2008 - Episode 0313
      3/13/08
      0.0
      Walking between canyon walls along a taut rope with only a parachute for protection, climber Dean Potter is pioneering the new extreme sport of baselining.
    • Class Dismissed in Swat Valley
      Class Dismissed in Swat Valley
      Season 2009 - Episode 0222
      2/22/09
      0.0
      A short documentary profiling an 11-year-old Pakistani girl on the last day before the Taliban close down her school.
    • Fresh Air for Myanmar's Music
      Fresh Air for Myanmar's Music
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.25.10
      3/25/10
      0.0
      Young people in Myanmar dance to musician Thxa Soe's different beat. His western-style electronica is tolerated, and even enjoyed, by the government of the authoritarian state formerly known as Burma.
    • Surfing's New Wave of Aerialists
      Surfing's New Wave of Aerialists
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.12.10
      3/12/10
      0.0
      Competitive surfing is undergoing a major change as a new breed of young surfers introduce amazing aerial tricks that have only been recognized in recent years.
    • Hidden Danger
      Hidden Danger
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.23.10
      1/23/10
      0.0
      Radiation accidents like those that injured Scott Jerome-Parks and Alexandra Jn-Charles don't have to be made public under New York state law, leaving many unaware of treatment risks.
    • Danger Ahead
      Danger Ahead
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.21.09
      12/21/09
      0.0
      There are virtually no laws or regulations mandating safety measures in highway work zones in the United States. As a result, motorists and construction workers are dying, and problem contractors are rehired.
    • Just a Family
      Just a Family
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.12.11
      10/12/11
      0.0
      A multiracial family gathers to talk about being mixed race in America.
    • iPhone's Siri vs. My Human Assistant
      iPhone's Siri vs. My Human Assistant
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.12.11
      10/12/11
      0.0
      To help resolve his ---girlfriend situation,--- filmmaker Casey Neistat pits the iPhone 4S---s virtual assistant, Siri, against his real-life personal assistant, Thurman.
    • Congo's Forgotten War
      Congo's Forgotten War
      Season 2010 - Episode 01.30.10
      1/30/10
      0.0
      The war unfolding in eastern Congo has claimed perhaps 30 times as many lives as the Haiti earthquake, but this crisis generates little international response, reports Nicholas D. Kristof.
    • Skiing Downhill With Lindsey Vonn
      Skiing Downhill With Lindsey Vonn
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.04.10
      2/4/10
      0.0
      Lindsey Vonn, the gold medal favorite in alpine skiing in Vancouver, hit the slopes with the reporter Bill Pennington to discuss speed, crashing and recovery.
    • The Mother Figure of Morne Lazarre
      The Mother Figure of Morne Lazarre
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.06.10
      3/6/10
      0.0
      Rea Dol leads an effort to feed and care for the people of Morne Lazarre, a poor neighborhood in Port-au-Prince.
    • Securing the Peace in Liberia
      Securing the Peace in Liberia
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.05.10
      3/5/10
      0.0
      Women of the United Nations police and peacekeeping forces that entered Liberia after the civil war have inspired a new generation of Liberian women to don uniforms.
    • The Lost Children of Haiti
      The Lost Children of Haiti
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.25.10
      2/25/10
      0.0
      Even before the earthquake, one option for Port-au-Prince's homeless children was Restavek, an underground system that some call foster care, and others call child slavery. Now their numbers swell.
    • Last Chances, First Responses
      Last Chances, First Responses
      Season 2010 - Episode 02.22.10
      2/22/10
      0.0
      What happens when a new science delivers on its promise? As terminal cancer patients begin to respond to an experimental drug, new hopes and challenges emerge. The second in a series.
    • In Brooklyn, a Prom for All Nations
      In Brooklyn, a Prom for All Nations
      Season 2008 - Episode 0622
      6/22/08
      0.0
      Students at Brooklyn's International High School have discovered the all-American rite of the high school prom.
    • War Torn
      War Torn
      Season 2008 - Episode 0708
      0.0
      Veterans who return home with psychological damage may engage in self-destructive violence. About half the time, substance abuse is involved.
    • Forming Simple Priests in Complex Times
      Forming Simple Priests in Complex Times
      Season 2008 - Episode 1229
      12/29/08
      0.0
      A priest shepherds young men through the seminary in India, where bishops trek from the U.S., Europe, Latin America and Australia looking for spare priests.
    • Friars of the South Bronx
      Friars of the South Bronx
      Season 2008 - Episode 1224
      12/24/08
      0.0
      Franciscan friars in the South Bronx give up material possessions and devote their lives to prayer and charity.
    • Riders Through the Snow
      Riders Through the Snow
      Season 2008 - Episode 1223
      12/23/08
      0.0
      During the Iditarod Trail Invitational, racers brave hundreds of miles of frozen Alaskan wilderness on foot, ski or bicycle.
    • Living With Prostate Cancer
      Living With Prostate Cancer
      Season 2008 - Episode 1222
      12/22/08
      0.0
      Dana Jennings talks about prostate cancer and the response to his posts on the Well blog.
    • The Journey From Rendition to Freedom
      The Journey From Rendition to Freedom
      Season 2009 - Episode 0105
      1/5/09
      0.0
      Muhammad Saad Iqbal was seized by the C.I.A. after 9/11, interrogated in a secret prison in Egypt, then sent on to Bagram Airbase and Guantanamo. This is a firsthand account of torture and rendition.
    • A Dirty Job
      A Dirty Job
      Season 2009 - Episode 0114
      1/14/09
      0.0
      Nicholas Kristof visits a Camobodian garbage dump, where some families make their living scavenging through the toxic pile.
    • Stanford's iPhone Orchestra
      Stanford's iPhone Orchestra
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.04.09
      12/4/09
      0.0
      Stanford University students explore new ways to create music by manipulating the multimedia opportunities of their iPhones.
    • Off the Red Carpet!
      Off the Red Carpet!
      Season 2009 - Episode 12.11.09
      12/11/09
      0.0
      The Carpetbagger, Melena Ryzik, goes behind the scenes with the security team at the premiere of "It's Complicated."
    • Skateistan
      Skateistan
      Season 2009 - Episode 0125
      1/25/09
      0.0
      Afghan youth have very limited options for sports and recreation. An Australian man is trying to change that.
    • An Invitation to History
      An Invitation to History
      Season 2009 - Episode 0121
      1/21/09
      0.0
      Spann Watson, a 92-year-old Tuskegee airman from Westbury, N.Y., flew in Harry Truman's inauguration ceremonies in 1949. Mr. Watson returned to D.C. with a special invitation to Barack Obama's swearing-in.
    • Home, at Last. For Now.
      Home, at Last. For Now.
      Season 2008 - Episode 1204
      12/4/08
      0.0
      Knocking on doors all day, Sister Judith Brun provides support to families still recovering from Hurricane Katrina.
    • A Refugee Crisis in Afghanistan
      A Refugee Crisis in Afghanistan
      Season 2008 - Episode 1203
      12/3/08
      0.0
      Nearly 300,000 Afghans returned home from Pakistan in 2008. With winter approaching, many are on the brink of desperation in the eastern desert.
    • Small Business and the Economic Crisis
      Small Business and the Economic Crisis
      Season 2008 - Episode 1016
      10/16/08
      0.0
      The Times checks in with small businesses around New York City to see how they're faring through these hard times.
    • The Most Dangerous Job?
      The Most Dangerous Job?
      Season 2008 - Episode 0919
      9/19/08
      0.0
      An epidemic of disability claims by veteran Long Island Rail Road retirees is unprecedented.
    • Salvia: A Virtual Drug Craze
      Salvia: A Virtual Drug Craze
      Season 2008 - Episode 0908
      9/8/08
      0.0
      YouTube videos of people tripping on the hallucinogenic herb Salvia divinorum are helping fuel a wave of legislation to ban it.
    • The Debt Trap
      The Debt Trap
      Season 2008 - Episode 0718
      7/18/08
      0.0
      Last summer Amy and Robert Ahleman were late with their mortgage payment. Now they are on the verge of losing their dream home.
    • Breaking the Silence
      Breaking the Silence
      Season 2008 - Episode 1017
      10/17/08
      0.0
      The United Nations says Congo has the worst sexual violence in the world. For years, rape survivors were shamed into silence, while the government denied the epidemic. Now people are speaking out.
    • Choosing a President
      Choosing a President
      Season 2008 - Episode 1104
      11/4/08
      0.0
      The Times's Katharine Q. Seelye narrates a look back at the two-year campaign.
    • Last Word: Odetta
      Last Word: Odetta
      Season 2008 - Episode 1202
      12/2/08
      0.0
      Odetta became a force of the folk music revival in the 1950s. In the 1960s her renditions of spirituals and blues became part of the soundtrack of the civil rights movement.
    • Acid Attacks
      Acid Attacks
      Season 2008 - Episode 1129
      11/29/08
      0.0
      Westerners associate terrorism in Pakistan with suicide bombers, but an emerging terrorist threat for Pakistani women is acid attacks, often by their own husbands, Nicholas D. Kristof says.
    • America's Disappearing Forests
      America's Disappearing Forests
      Season 2008 - Episode 1118
      11/18/08
      0.0
      The mountain pine beetle, an insect pest, is destroying massive swaths of American lodgepole pine.
    • Boys in the Scrum
      Boys in the Scrum
      Season 2008 - Episode 1114
      11/14/08
      0.0
      The Hyde Leadership Public Charter School in Washington has the country's first all African-American high school rugby team.
    • Susan Desmond-Hellmann
      Susan Desmond-Hellmann
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.10.11
      10/10/11
      0.0
      An interview with the oncologist, translational scientist and former Genentech executive now leading the University of California, San Francisco.
    • Trapped in Tijuana
      Trapped in Tijuana
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.03.11
      10/3/11
      0.0
      Illegal immigrants sent from the United States back to their native Mexico end up trapped in border towns like Tijuana, desperate to return to their families in the states.
    • Call Me Ehsaan
      Call Me Ehsaan
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.23.12
      0.0
      A look at the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of Lt. Col. John Darin Loftis, one of the U.S. Air Force---s prized experts in Afghan language and culture, who was killed in Kabul on Feb. 25, 2012.
    • Trapped
      Trapped
      Season 2012 - Episode 04.06.12
      0.0
      Human traffickers take advantage of legalized prostitution in Spain.
    • Disarray at the Track: Breakdown, Part 2
      Disarray at the Track: Breakdown, Part 2
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.24.12
      0.0
      Jockeys are on the front lines of the risky business of horse racing. Twenty-four horses a week die at racetracks around the country.
    • Disarray at the Track: Breakdown, Part 1
      Disarray at the Track: Breakdown, Part 1
      Season 2012 - Episode 03.24.12
      0.0
      Some say a culture of drugs and lax regulation at racetracks is behind the nation---s high fatality rate for horses.
    • Besieged in Sudan---s Nuba Mountains
      Besieged in Sudan---s Nuba Mountains
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.23.12
      2/23/12
      0.0
      The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof witnesses a growing humanitarian crisis in Sudan, where starving families in the Nuba Mountains are hiding in caves to escape bombing by Sudanese warplanes.
    • Nollywood Heights
      Nollywood Heights
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.23.12
      2/23/12
      0.0
      Behind the scenes of Nigeria---s thriving film industry.
    • They Will Say We Are Not Here
      They Will Say We Are Not Here
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.25.12
      1/25/12
      0.0
      The filmmakers Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall explore the motivations, sorrows and dreams of the slain Ugandan gay rights activist David Kato.
    • Year of the Dragon
      Year of the Dragon
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.23.12
      1/23/12
      0.0
      Across China and around the world, people are celebrating the Lunar New Year and the advent of the Year of the Dragon. Five filmmakers captured the spirit and sparkle of the celebrations in Beijing.
    • Ai Weiwei: Evolution of a Dissident
      Ai Weiwei: Evolution of a Dissident
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.22.12
      1/22/12
      0.0
      The filmmaker Alison Klayman presents an exclusive look at the Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei and his struggle for the freedom of expression.
    • The iPhone Economy
      The iPhone Economy
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.21.12
      1/21/12
      0.0
      Apple---s iPhone is a model of American ingenuity, but most of its components are manufactured somewhere else. The decline of manufacturing led to the loss of other kinds of jobs.
    • The Cheetah Challenge
      The Cheetah Challenge
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.04.12
      0.0
      As zoos struggle to save endangered species like cheetahs, scientists are still learning the basics of breeding behavior.
    • A Factory Grows in Haiti
      A Factory Grows in Haiti
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.05.12
      7/5/12
      0.0
      The showcase project for Haiti---s earthquake reconstruction is being built far outside the disaster zone, in a location that could jeopardize the country---s key conservation effort.
    • ---Ring--- Heads
      ---Ring--- Heads
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.11.12
      5/11/12
      0.0
      The Wagner Society of New York holds a meet and greet for an international group of ---Ring--- cycle fans attending the new production at the Metropolitan Opera.
    • Yemeni Camel Jumpers
      Yemeni Camel Jumpers
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.10.12
      5/10/12
      0.0
      As western Yemen rests of the brink of revolution, poor villagers hold on to an enduring custom.
    • The Once and Future Dream of New York
      The Once and Future Dream of New York
      Season 2012 - Episode 08.01.12
      8/1/12
      0.0
      Building the Second Avenue Subway.
    • William Wegman---s Wilderness
      William Wegman---s Wilderness
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.27.12
      7/27/12
      0.0
      A visit with the artist William Wegman and his dogs at their home in Maine.
    • Mitt Likes Music, Including This
      Mitt Likes Music, Including This
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.14.12
      5/14/12
      0.0
      The Gregory Brothers present a musical video mash-up about what Mitt Romney likes --- from lakes and trees to music and cars to grits and ---Twilight.---
    • Transition
      Transition
      Season 2012 - Episode 05.31.12
      5/31/12
      0.0
      The filmmaker Zina Saro-Wiwa presents an Op-Doc on black women---s decision to embrace their naturally kinky hair, rather than use chemical straighteners.
    • Saving Blue Whales
      Saving Blue Whales
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.02.12
      7/2/12
      0.0
      The marine biologist Asha de Vos wants to save a little-understood population of blue whales off the coast of Sri Lanka.
    • Smugglers in Support of Syria
      Smugglers in Support of Syria
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.25.12
      6/25/12
      0.0
      As the conflict over control of Syria continues, smugglers based in Turkey bring supplies over the border while bringing the wounded and information back out.
    • My Iranian Road Trip
      My Iranian Road Trip
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.23.12
      6/23/12
      0.0
      A short documentary follows the Op-Ed columnist Nicholas D. Kristof as he travels across the country talking to ordinary citizens about their lives and the effectiveness of American sanctions.
    • The Landowners--- Lease
      The Landowners--- Lease
      Season 2012 - Episode 06.04.12
      6/4/12
      0.0
      The oil and gas boom has arrived in the Upper Ohio River Valley, and landowners wise to concerns of ---fracking--- are learning how to get the most from their mineral leases.
    • Occupiers--- Think Tank
      Occupiers--- Think Tank
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.01.12
      2/1/12
      0.0
      Tim Weldon, a founder of Occupy Wall Street---s People---s Think Tank, tries to expand the project amid protests that continue to involve confrontations with the police.
    • The Murderer's Shadow
      The Murderer's Shadow
      Season 2012 - Episode 02.04.12
      2/4/12
      0.0
      To the family members of his victims, Ronnie Lee Gardner was a violent killer. To Mr. Gardner---s own family, he was a father and soul mate whose destructive personality left deep emotional scars.
    • Learning Begins at Home
      Learning Begins at Home
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.02.11
      9/2/11
      0.0
      An innovative principal in the Bronx uses home visits to introduce his new teachers to their students--- lives and convince parents that the school is taking the child---s future seriously.
    • Ruin and Hope on Haiti---s Reefs
      Ruin and Hope on Haiti---s Reefs
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.01.11
      9/1/11
      0.0
      Volunteers from Port-au-Prince begin training for a team of eco-divers that will be responsible for surveying, and perhaps one day helping save, Haiti's endangered coral reefs.
    • The Sky Cowboys
      The Sky Cowboys
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.01.11
      9/1/11
      0.0
      The best view in New York belongs to the fearless ironworkers who are stacking the top floors of One World Trade Center.
    • Filming China's Dark Side
      Filming China's Dark Side
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.13.11
      8/13/11
      0.0
      Zhao Liang's films, which explore the relationship between the Chinese government and its citizens, have received critical acclaim abroad but are not screened in China.
    • The Commercial Campus
      The Commercial Campus
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.10.11
      9/10/11
      0.0
      Corporations are hiring popular students to promote their brand on campus. At the University of North Carolina, American Eagle helps first-year students move-in, while Target hosts the inaugural party
    • An Education
      An Education
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.15.11
      9/15/11
      0.0
      Three American siblings attend an experimental school in Moscow where instruction is only in Russian and classes are videotaped to improve teaching.
    • After War, From Wife to Caregiver
      After War, From Wife to Caregiver
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.27.11
      9/27/11
      0.0
      April Marcum has joined a community of spouses, parents and partners who drop most everything in their lives to care for injured loved ones returning from war.
    • The Wild Dolphin Project
      The Wild Dolphin Project
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.19.11
      9/19/11
      0.0
      For 25 years, Denise Herzing has returned to the same place in the Bahamas to study a group of wild dolphins. Next year, she will pioneer a project to communicate with them.
    • Richard Dawkins
      Richard Dawkins
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.19.11
      9/19/11
      0.0
      An interview with the evolutionary biologist, best-selling author and outspoken atheist.
    • The Practice Round
      The Practice Round
      Season 2011 - Episode 09.17.11
      9/17/11
      0.0
      A year with Justin Canha, a young man with autism who is part of an new transition program to ready him for an independent life as an adult.
    • Living With Voices
      Living With Voices
      Season 2011 - Episode 08.06.11
      8/6/11
      0.0
      Joe Holt, a computer consultant and entrepreneur who has a diagnosis of schizophrenia, describes how he's learned to manage the voices in his head.
    • Touch of Evil
      Touch of Evil
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.07.11
      12/7/11
      0.0
      A video gallery of cinematic villainy, inspired by nefarious icons and featuring the best performers from the year in film.
    • Brooklyn's Rube Goldberg
      Brooklyn's Rube Goldberg
      Season 2012 - Episode 01.06.12
      1/6/12
      0.0
      Joseph Herscher builds Rube Goldberg machines in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In this video he constructs his newest contraption, called ---Page Turner.---
    • Toxic Coffee in Bahrain
      Toxic Coffee in Bahrain
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.28.11
      12/28/11
      0.0
      A coffee shop serves as a makeshift command center for some opposition leaders of Bahrain's stumbling pro-democracy movement. As a result, police often attack it with tear gas.
    • Love on the Spectrum
      Love on the Spectrum
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.25.11
      12/25/11
      0.0
      Jack Robison and Kirsten Lindsmith, two college students living in Greenfield, Mass., discuss how autism affects their lives and relationship.
    • An Unexpected Debut
      An Unexpected Debut
      Season 2011 - Episode 12.09.11
      12/9/11
      0.0
      Boyd Lee Dunlop found his musical talent during the Great Depression. But after years of playing in bars and nightclubs, it took a damaged piano in a Buffalo nursing home for him to be discovered.
    • A Village Divided
      A Village Divided
      Season 2011 - Episode 10.25.11
      10/25/11
      0.0
      A plan to begin offshore drilling next year could change the way of life for the Inupiat Eskimos of Point Hope, Alaska.
    • Haiti: The Police on Trial
      Haiti: The Police on Trial
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.01.11
      11/1/11
      0.0
      A public theater in Les Cayes, Haiti, has been transformed into a courtroom as over a dozen police and prison officials stand trial in connection with a prison massacre last year.
    • Meaning in Madness
      Meaning in Madness
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.25.11
      11/25/11
      0.0
      Milton Greek, who has been diagnosed with schizophrenia, believes that decoding the messages in delusions can help some people recover.
    • The Case of Juan Rivera
      The Case of Juan Rivera
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.25.11
      11/25/11
      0.0
      DNA analysis has helped exonerate dozens of people who had confessed to violent crimes. But against Juan Rivera, prosecutors used new and novel theories to explain away the scientific evidence.
    • The Umbrella Man
      The Umbrella Man
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.21.11
      11/21/11
      0.0
      On the 48th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Errol Morris explores the story behind the one man seen standing under an open black umbrella at the site.
    • Restoring Gun Rights to Felons
      Restoring Gun Rights to Felons
      Season 2011 - Episode 11.13.11
      11/13/11
      0.0
      Every year, thousands of felons across the country have their gun rights reinstated, often with little or no review.
    • When No One's Looking, Part 2
      When No One's Looking, Part 2
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.25.09
      10/25/09
      0.0
      How pimps target runaways, luring them into a world of under-age prostitution, and how law enforcement officers try to intervene.
    • When No One's Looking
      When No One's Looking
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.24.09
      10/24/09
      0.0
      As an increasing number of runaway children are trying to survive on the streets, a group of teenagers in Medford, Ore., use a number of legal and illegal strategies to get by.
    • Return to Juárez
      Return to Juárez
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.16.09
      10/16/09
      0.0
      The presence of federal troops has failed to calm the drug war in Juárez, Mexico, and violence has reached an all time high.
    • Madonna -- Finally, a Real Feminist
      Madonna -- Finally, a Real Feminist
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.24.10
      9/24/10
      0.0
      For Op-Ed's 40th anniversary, author and professor Camille Paglia recounts the story behind her 1990 Op-Ed about feminism, Madonna, and the music video "Justify My Love."
    • You Better Watch Out
      You Better Watch Out
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.22.10
      9/22/10
      0.0
      For Op-Ed's 40th anniversary, Harvey Fierstein recounted the story of his Op-Ed musings on Santa's sexual orientation and his appearance in Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
    • Women Who Work: Struggling to Provide
      Women Who Work: Struggling to Provide
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.26.10
      12/26/10
      0.0
      The Times's Adam B. Ellick examines the rise of lower-class women working service jobs in Pakistan -- despite backlash from male relatives. It's economic desperation vs. religious traditions.
    • A Military Education
      A Military Education
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.19.11
      6/19/11
      0.0
      An overcrowded, immigrant-dominated public high school in Queens is the unexpected home of one of the largest Junior ROTC programs in the nation, and it produces impressive results.
    • Op-Ed at 40: Four Decades of Art
      Op-Ed at 40: Four Decades of Art
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.25.10
      9/25/10
      0.0
      A short history of Op-Ed illustration, featuring interviews with art directors and illustrators and a detailed look at some of the work that has appeared in the paper and the Web site.
    • Treating Brooklyn
      Treating Brooklyn
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.01.10
      10/1/10
      0.0
      Across the United States, emergency rooms are busier than ever. One of the busiest is Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn.
    • Burning Desperation
      Burning Desperation
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.07.10
      11/7/10
      0.0
      Self-immolation has become a common form of suicide for Afghan women. Photographer Lynsey Addario speaks with women who survived their suicide attempts.
    • A House Divided Over Immigration
      A House Divided Over Immigration
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.31.10
      10/31/10
      0.0
      S.B. 1070, the controversial Arizona law that requires strict anti-immigration measures, has divided the Sotelo family into supporters and opponents.
    • Becoming Han Solo
      Becoming Han Solo
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.29.10
      10/29/10
      0.0
      In Brooklyn, New York, a nearly paralyzed boy, who cannot talk, uses an iPad to tell his mother what he wants to be for Halloween.
    • Security in a Lawless Congo
      Security in a Lawless Congo
      Season 2010 - Episode 10.03.10
      10/3/10
      0.0
      In late July, hundreds of armed men gang-raped at least 200 women in Luvungi -- an embarrassment for United Nations peacekeepers who seem to be failing at their most basic task: protecting civilians.
    • In the Family: Dinner Night
      In the Family: Dinner Night
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.17.11
      6/17/11
      0.0
      Carol Einhorn's son, Griffin, was conceived with a sperm donation from her best friend, George Russell, who is gay. He and his partner get together with Ms. Einhorn for family dinners on Sundays.
    • Coming Home
      Coming Home
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.06.11
      6/6/11
      0.0
      The men and women of First Battalion, 87th Infantry, return home from Afghanistan to joy, loneliness and new risks.
    • Cairo's Facebook Flat
      Cairo's Facebook Flat
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.08.11
      2/8/11
      0.0
      A new generation of revolutionaries, ensconced in a communal apartment, are trying to bring down President Hosni Mubarak's government by broadcasting the revolt on Facebook.
    • Cairo: The Morning After
      Cairo: The Morning After
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.29.11
      1/29/11
      0.0
      Egyptians awoke Saturday morning to the aftermath of Friday's violent protests. President Hosni Mubarak's regime is still there, but its authority has been openly flouted.
    • The Dry Season
      The Dry Season
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.04.11
      5/4/11
      0.0
      A drought in the Oklahoma Panhandle is poised to do what the Dust Bowl couldn't --- drive towns in this parched region out of existence.
    • Citizens on Patrol
      Citizens on Patrol
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.02.11
      3/2/11
      0.0
      Faced with budget cuts and layoffs, Fresno, Calif., is giving police volunteers more responsibility.
    • Egypt's Disappeared
      Egypt's Disappeared
      Season 2011 - Episode 02.17.11
      2/17/11
      0.0
      Human rights groups are reporting that illegal detention and torture continue in a post-Mubarak Egypt.
    • Libya: A Fighter Departs
      Libya: A Fighter Departs
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.07.11
      3/7/11
      0.0
      A construction worker is among the civilian volunteers at Benghazi preparing to join rebel forces.
    • Venezuela's Prison Paradise
      Venezuela's Prison Paradise
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.03.11
      6/3/11
      0.0
      On the outside, the San Antonio prison on Margarita Island looks like any other Venezuelan penitentiary. But venture inside and you'll see how far the rabbit hole goes.
    • Two, United as One
      Two, United as One
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.25.11
      5/25/11
      0.0
      Krista and Tatiana Hogan are craniopagus conjoined twins --- joined at the head, they share a neural bridge.
    • Food Fight
      Food Fight
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.27.11
      3/27/11
      0.0
      Michael Moss investigates the relationship of our brain's reward system and the bottom line.
    • Morocco: The Youth Rise Up
      Morocco: The Youth Rise Up
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.17.11
      3/17/11
      0.0
      An inside look at Morocco's youth-led revolt, where a group of activists, formed on Facebook, organize nationwide protests demanding democracy.
    • Troubles on Russia's Lake Baikal
      Troubles on Russia's Lake Baikal
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.08.10
      11/8/10
      0.0
      Workers at an ailing paper mill in Siberia are clinging to their jobs in the face of financial pressure and criticism from environmentalists.
    • Lost Generation in Swat Valley
      Lost Generation in Swat Valley
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.12.10
      11/12/10
      0.0
      The Pakistani government has yet to rebuild any of the 159 fully destroyed schools that were bombed by the Taliban. As a result, students are furious.
    • City of Endangered Languages
      City of Endangered Languages
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.28.10
      4/28/10
      0.0
      New York has long been a city of immigrants, but linguists now consider it a laboratory for studying and preserving languages in rapid decline elsewhere in the world.
    • The Inches That Matter
      The Inches That Matter
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.19.10
      4/19/10
      0.0
      C. J. Chivers reports from Marja, Afghanistan, where Marines face stiff resistance from Taliban fighters, including a rarity, a trained marksman.
    • Why I Joined the Tea Party
      Why I Joined the Tea Party
      Season 2010 - Episode 03.27.10
      3/27/10
      0.0
      Many of the Tea Party movement's leaders were jolted into action by economic dislocation, like a job loss or the housing downturn. Diana Reimer is one example.
    • A Fight for a Mountaintop
      A Fight for a Mountaintop
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.14.10
      8/14/10
      0.0
      As mountaintop removal mining has become increasingly controversial across Appalachia, the debate over the fate of Coal River Mountain has become something of a symbolic line in the sand.
    • A Life of Determination and Dependence
      A Life of Determination and Dependence
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.30.10
      4/30/10
      0.0
      Dayniah Manderson, a young Jamaican immigrant, struggles to achieve her goals despite a debilitating spinal disease.
    • Critics' Picks: 'Monsoon Wedding'
      Critics' Picks: 'Monsoon Wedding'
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.31.10
      5/31/10
      0.0
      As wedding season begins, A. O. Scott reviews Mira Nair's 2001 film.
    • Russia's YouTube Whistle-Blower
      Russia's YouTube Whistle-Blower
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.27.10
      7/27/10
      0.0
      A police officer in Russia uses the Internet to challenge the country's leaders to address rampant corruption.
    • What's Killing the Sea Turtles?
      What's Killing the Sea Turtles?
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.14.10
      7/14/10
      0.0
      A massive investigation is under way to find out what killed hundreds of endangered sea turtles in the Gulf of Mexico in the weeks after the BP oil spill.
    • An American at the Bolshoi
      An American at the Bolshoi
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.31.10
      5/31/10
      0.0
      A 15-year-old girl from Texas moves to Moscow to train at the Bolshoi Academy, which has long produced many of the world's ballet greats. Her dream is to dance with the Bolshoi Ballet company.
    • Homeless in a Boom State
      Homeless in a Boom State
      Season 2010 - Episode 04.20.10
      4/20/10
      0.0
      Thousands of job seekers from around the country are moving to North Dakota to work in the booming oil fields. But many soon discover there's nowhere to live.
    • Streetscapes | Colonnade Row
      Streetscapes | Colonnade Row
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.05.10
      8/5/10
      0.0
      Old-fashioned curiosity and online sleuthing gets to the bottom of a trove of magnificent moss-covered marble in a New Jersey wild.
    • Soldiers in Crisis
      Soldiers in Crisis
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.30.10
      7/30/10
      0.0
      A call comes in to the Veterans Administration suicide prevention hotline center in Canandaigua, N.Y.
    • The Price of a Smile
      The Price of a Smile
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.22.10
      11/22/10
      0.0
      Dentist and orthodontists have embraced a new technology in dental radiology. But some experts are concerned about excessive radiation exposure among younger patients.
    • Fast Times at Woodside High
      Fast Times at Woodside High
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.20.10
      11/20/10
      0.0
      A shift is taking place at the intersection of education and technology.
    • The Animators of Life
      The Animators of Life
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.15.10
      11/15/10
      0.0
      Building on decades of research and mountains of data, scientists and animators are now recreating in vivid and sometimes jaw-dropping detail the complex inner machinery of living cells.
    • School, Interrupted
      School, Interrupted
      Season 2010 - Episode 11.14.10
      11/14/10
      0.0
      The Coll--ge Classique F--minin is widely considered to be one of the best schools for Haiti's struggling middle class. Now, just as it starts a new school year, CCF is in jeopardy of closing.
    • Cleaning Up 'The Deuce'
      Cleaning Up 'The Deuce'
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.03.10
      12/3/10
      0.0
      After 30 years of redevelopment, Times Square has cleaner streets, new office buildings and renovated landmark theaters, but many landmarks remain.
    • Critics' Picks: 'Top Hat'
      Critics' Picks: 'Top Hat'
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.06.10
      12/6/10
      0.0
      A. O. Scott looks back at the classic Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers musical.
    • The Art of Opening a Clam
      The Art of Opening a Clam
      Season 2010 - Episode 07.13.10
      7/13/10
      0.0
      Randazzo's Clam Bar in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, has been in Paul Randazzo's family for four generations.
    • Medicating Children
      Medicating Children
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.01.10
      9/1/10
      0.0
      Tens of thousands of preschoolers are being prescribed powerful anti-psychotic drugs for aggressive behavior problems, but some psychiatrists say that pills are a simple solution to a complex problem.
    • A 5-Year Journey to Unknown Grave 5061
      A 5-Year Journey to Unknown Grave 5061
      Season 2010 - Episode 08.30.10
      8/30/10
      0.0
      Thousands of Iraqis travel each year to view pictures of their dead relatives at the morgue in Baghdad.
    • Youth in Ju--rez
      Youth in Ju--rez
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.09.10
      12/9/10
      0.0
      Children from the poorest sections of Ju--rez are often caught up in the city's violent drug trade.
    • The Fisherman's Son
      The Fisherman's Son
      Season 2011 - Episode 01.06.11
      1/6/11
      0.0
      A Gulf Coast fisherman comes of age in the wake of the BP oil spill.
    • Escape From the Deepwater Horizon
      Escape From the Deepwater Horizon
      Season 2010 - Episode 12.25.10
      12/25/10
      0.0
      Caleb Holloway survived the fatal blowout and oil spill. Using 3-D animation, and newly uncovered images, The New York Times reconstructs his escape from the burning oil rig.
    • A Year of Struggle at a Food Bank
      A Year of Struggle at a Food Bank
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.29.09
      7/29/09
      0.0
      The Times's Monica Almeida spent more than a year following people who visit and work at the GAP food bank in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
    • Air Ambulances on the Front Lines
      Air Ambulances on the Front Lines
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.18.09
      8/18/09
      0.0
      American air ambulance units battle time and dangerous conditions to bring injured Americans and Afghans back from the battlefield. Patrick Barth reports on a week spent with the 168th Air Ambulance Corps.
    • Retraining the Work Force
      Retraining the Work Force
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.14.09
      8/14/09
      0.0
      Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, is part of an unheralded force of community colleges that are enabling laid-off workers to re-enter the work force.
    • Last Word: Les Paul
      Last Word: Les Paul
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.13.09
      8/13/09
      0.0
      Les Paul was a virtuoso guitarist and inventor whose solid-body electric guitar changed the course of 20th-century music.
    • Coping Creatively in California
      Coping Creatively in California
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.23.09
      8/23/09
      0.0
      Eloisa Sanchez and Phil Winkler live in a cul-de-sac in Moreno Valley, Calif. Lately, they've had to find an inventive way to make money to pay for their daughter's braces.
    • Bad Seeds at the V.A.
      Bad Seeds at the V.A.
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.20.09
      6/20/09
      0.0
      The Rev. Ricardo Flippin and other veterans received substandard prostate cancer treatments at the veterans' hospital in Philadelphia, where federal officials failed to detect a pattern of poor care.
    • A Respite From Homelessness
      A Respite From Homelessness
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.25.09
      7/25/09
      0.0
      Stand Down, a 3-day program in San Diego, offers free housing and social services to help homeless veterans affected by disability, substance abuse or the economy get back on their feet.
    • On The Street - Market
      On The Street - Market
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.24.09
      7/24/09
      0.0
      For a few New Yorkers, dressing for a visit to the Greenmarket in Union Square on Saturday morning results in some delightful and surprising styles.
    • The Card Game: The Deal With Overdrafts
      The Card Game: The Deal With Overdrafts
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.08.09
      9/8/09
      0.0
      A growing number of banks and credit unions now cover overdrafts for debit purchases, A.T.M. withdrawals and checks, rather than decline the purchase. And the practice has become a huge source of revenue.
    • Edward M. Kennedy, 1932 - 2009
      Edward M. Kennedy, 1932 - 2009
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.26.09
      8/26/09
      0.0
      Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts and a member of one of the country's most influential political families, was one of the most effective senators in American history.
    • Shockwaves Through My Soul
      Shockwaves Through My Soul
      Season 2009 - Episode 08.01.09
      8/1/09
      0.0
      Sgt. Jacob Blaylock tried to resume his life back home, but the memory of his fallen comrades haunted him.
    • A Schoolgirl's Odyssey
      A Schoolgirl's Odyssey
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.10.09
      10/10/09
      0.0
      A documentary by Adam B. Ellick follows a Pakistani girl through a perilous six months as she loses her education, is forced into exile and faces an uncertain return back home in Swat, Pakistan.
    • VOWS: State of the UnionsVOWS: State of the Unions
      10/9/09
      0.0
      Candace Walsh and Peter Gaugy, married in 2000, shared a unique journey through partnership, parenthood, and unexpected happy endings.
    • Million Dollar Babies
      Million Dollar Babies
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.12.09
      10/12/09
      0.0
      The Masteras and Stansels did fertility treatments to conceive one child, but perverse emotional and economic incentives drove them to accept the greater risks and costs of multiples.
    • Aerial Bowfishing
      Aerial Bowfishing
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.14.09
      10/14/09
      0.0
      An invasive species on the Illinois River lures a fisherman who chases the flying fish with his bow and arrow.
    • Toxic Waters: From Air to Water Waste
      Toxic Waters: From Air to Water Waste
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.14.09
      10/14/09
      0.0
      A growing number of coal-burning power plants around the nation have moved to reduce their air emissions, many of them are creating another problem: water pollution.
    • The Great Bambino Resurfaces
      The Great Bambino Resurfaces
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.08.09
      10/8/09
      0.0
      The video collection of Major League Baseball Productions spans more than 100 years and includes about 150,000 hours of footage, including recently-discovered film of Babe Ruth playing the outfield.
    • Tainted Meat
      Tainted Meat
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.03.09
      10/3/09
      0.0
      Stephanie Smith's reaction to a strain of E. coli was extreme, but neither the system meant to make meat safe, nor the meat itself, is what consumers have been led to believe.
    • The Danger of Livestock Waste
      The Danger of Livestock Waste
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.17.09
      9/17/09
      0.0
      As Idaho dairies have grown, so has the environmental problem of coping with all the fecal waste. Much of it is spread over fields, where it can seep into local aquifers that supply people's wells.
    • Women at Arms: Mother and Medic
      Women at Arms: Mother and Medic
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.26.09
      9/26/09
      0.0
      In 2004, Jaymie Holschlag left her two children to serve in Iraq. The separation was challenging, but the transition home was also difficult. Now the family prepares for a second deployment.
    • A Life in the (Satin) Gloves
      A Life in the (Satin) Gloves
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.01.09
      10/1/09
      0.0
      In a hotel suite in Baraboo, Wis., burlesque legends share their stories and secrets, and bring a new dancer into the fold.
    • A Somali-American's Improbable Return
      A Somali-American's Improbable Return
      Season 2009 - Episode 10.02.09
      10/2/09
      0.0
      After returning to Somalia in 2008 to aid victims of a drought, the locals asked Mohamed Aden to become their leader. In less than a year, he has transformed Adado, Somalia, into an enclave of peace.
    • Wall Street, One Year Later
      Wall Street, One Year Later
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.11.09
      9/11/09
      0.0
      The Times's Andrew Ross Sorkin, Gretchen Morgenson and Joe Nocera recount the events of the weekend that Lehman Brothers failed and discuss the lessons learned from the financial crisis.
    • Open Season on Idaho Wolves
      Open Season on Idaho Wolves
      Season 2009 - Episode 09.10.09
      9/10/09
      0.0
      Wolf hunting is now legal in Idaho, after Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar removed the animal from the endangered species list. This video is the first in a series about the challenges facing Mr. Salazar.
    • Without Words
      Without Words
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.30.11
      6/30/11
      0.0
      Jack Ag--eros, a New York poet with Alzheimer's disease, has lost the ability to read and write, but still has moments of lucidity.
    • The Recession-Proof Artist
      The Recession-Proof Artist
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.19.09
      0.0
      Alexander Conner is a interdisciplinary artist continuing to make his art despite living on $12,000 a year.
    • From Dusk to Dawn
      From Dusk to Dawn
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.12.09
      6/12/09
      0.0
      The Hebrew Home at Riverdale offers a program that operates when Alzheimer's and dementia patients are at their most active - the middle of the night.
    • This Land: Ohio Serenade
      This Land: Ohio Serenade
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.14.09
      4/14/09
      0.0
      In Newark, Ohio, a shifting economic landscape is affecting even the town's high school musicians.
    • Life and Death in Diepsloot
      Life and Death in Diepsloot
      Season 2011 - Episode 06.02.11
      6/2/11
      0.0
      The Times's Barry Bearak examines the culture of crime and xenophobia in a town in South Africa. Warning: This video contains graphic scenes.
    • Ancient Chinese Art
      Ancient Chinese Art
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.17.11
      3/17/11
      0.0
      Maxwell Hearn, the new head of Asian Art at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, demonstrates the ancient art of understanding and appreciating Chinese scroll paintings.
    • Life Is Short, Opera Is Long
      Life Is Short, Opera Is Long
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.19.11
      5/19/11
      0.0
      Young opera hopefuls prepare for the final competition of the National Council Auditions at the Metropolitan Opera, a career-launching contest held every year.
    • Albert Brooks's First Novel
      Albert Brooks's First Novel
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.18.11
      5/18/11
      0.0
      Albert Brooks has written his first novel, ---2030.--- The Book Review---s editor, Sam Tanenhaus, interviews the acclaimed actor, screenwriter and director about the art of writing fiction.
    • Jane Goodall, Illustrated
      Jane Goodall, Illustrated
      Season 2011 - Episode 05.13.11
      5/13/11
      0.0
      Two new children's books explore the life of Jane Goodall, the chimpanzee expert and prominent conservationist. The Times spoke with Dr. Goodall about living out her childhood dreams.
    • Strangers in a Strange Land
      Strangers in a Strange Land
      Season 2011 - Episode 03.20.11
      3/20/11
      0.0
      Haitians living in the United States but convicted of misdemeanors and drug offenses are now being deported to Haiti again after a one-year moratorium.
    • The Super Memory Club
      The Super Memory Club
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.21.09
      5/21/09
      0.0
      The Times's Benedict Carey sits in on the weekly bridge game at Laguna Woods and discusses the longest and largest ongoing study of people 90 and over and the potential benefits of mental exercise.
    • Pot Pie Confidential
      Pot Pie Confidential
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.14.09
      5/14/09
      0.0
      Reporter Michael Moss and Investigations Editor Christine Kay find that cooking a pot pie safely isn't easy or convenient.
    • Juárez: Children in the Crossfire
      Juárez: Children in the Crossfire
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.16.09
      4/16/09
      0.0
      For youth on both sides of the El Paso-Juárez border, persistent drug violence is a way of life. Part two of a three-part series on violence in Juárez.
    • The Decline of G.M.
      The Decline of G.M.
      Season 2009 - Episode 06.01.09
      6/1/09
      0.0
      Once a symbol of American innovation, General Motors is now bankrupt.
    • Beyond the Fence
      Beyond the Fence
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.10.09
      7/10/09
      0.0
      South Carolina's juvenile detention system once had some of the worst conditions in the nation. And now, because of the stagnant economy, the system's successful reforms are in danger of eroding.
    • The Legacy of Merce Cunningham
      The Legacy of Merce Cunningham
      Season 2009 - Episode 07.27.09
      7/27/09
      0.0
      A look at the legacy of Merce Cunningham, who was credited with helping make dance a major art form in the 20th century.
    • Cases: Dana Jennings
      Cases: Dana Jennings
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.20.09
      4/20/09
      0.0
      Having both experienced serious illnesses, Dana Jennings and his son, Owen, have created a bond that is much different from what they have with the rest of their family.
    • Odyssey of the Newly Uninsured
      Odyssey of the Newly Uninsured
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.20.09
      4/20/09
      0.0
      When Danna Walker was laid off, her family lost their health coverage. Now she's in a race against time to find coverage for her son, whose testicular cancer is in remission.
    • Stalemate in Korangal Valley
      Stalemate in Korangal Valley
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.13.09
      5/13/09
      0.0
      The American counter-insurgency in this Taliban stronghold in Kunar Province has been at a bloody draw for years now.
    • Popular Science?
      Popular Science?
      Season 2009 - Episode 05.11.09
      5/11/09
      0.0
      Forensic science has grown into a popular choice for many students at New Rochelle High School in New York.
    • Critics' Picks: 'Discreet Charm.."
      Critics' Picks: 'Discreet Charm.."
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.27.09
      4/27/09
      0.0
      A. O. Scott reviews Luis Bunuel's surrealist masterpiece "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie."
    • A Pakistani Underworld
      A Pakistani Underworld
      Season 2009 - Episode 04.27.09
      4/27/09
      0.0
      Despite a threat from Islamists, two Pakistani brothers stealthily manufacture fetish and bondage wear, earning more than $1 million a year from their Western customers.
    • A River Recovering
      A River Recovering
      Season 2012 - Episode 07.18.12
      7/18/12
      0.0
      The Bronx River was once among the most polluted waterways in America. Now a new generation is discovering and helping to save it. Michael Kimmelman, architecture critic, tours the river.