More than 90 people have been exonerated and freed from death row in recent years. How could the US judicial system, arguably the best in the world, have made... Read More
The story of Chevie O'Brien Kehoe, who was taught to be a white supremacist by his father and then went on a crime and murder spree.
The notorious case of Kenneth McDuff, the most infamous sexual predator in Texas history, who was sent to death row for three murders, released because of prison... Read More
A look at how street gangs have evolved from groups of petty criminals to ruthless multi-million-dollar drug cartels. Gangs have bullied their way across America... Read More
Darlie Routier is on death row for the murder of her two sons--but is she guilty? We examine the controversial case of the Texas woman convicted of killing... Read More
New York Times reporters investigate rampage killers--seemingly normal people who suddenly lash out with lethal force, killing strangers as well as loved ones... Read More
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A visit to "Supermax" high-security prisons to meet inmates who are isolated in tiny cells 23 hours a day. Includes interviews with penal experts who say that... Read More
An extraordinary journey into a subject that interests everyone--the search for the afterlife. Scholars, doctors, mediums, paranormal researchers, and people... Read More
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Sylvester Stallone shares the 35 year journey of Rocky Balboa--one of Hollywood's greatest icons and the very symbol of the American Dream.
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Sylvester Stallone describes the first public screening of "Rocky."
Sylvester Stallone and crew members talk about filming the scene where Rocky runs up the stairs.
Director John G. Avildsen talks about the intended ending of "Rocky" and how the poetic ending was conceived on set.
The crew of "Rocky" studied fights to make sure that the makeup for boxing sequences looked real and brutal.
Dolph Lundgren studied chemical engineering at MIT before being cast in "Rocky IV."
Frank Stallone recalls when Sly Stallone got into the ring with boxer legends Earnie Shavers and Joe Frazier.