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A long-running, Emmy-winning documentary series that explores foreign and domestic stories, including pieces that range from criminal cases to cultural trends. Host Bill Kurtis introduces segments and provides narration. Notable broadcasts have included `The Plague Monkeys,' a report on the Ebola virus; and `Uncle Ho and Uncle Sam,' about America's WWII alliance with Ho Chi Minh. `Investigative Reports' expanded to five nights in 1999, and in 2002 spun off `Cold Case Files.'
|S255E01||The Underboss||29/11/1997||Like no other program ever made, THE UNDERBOSS is a behind-the-scenes, no-holds-barred look at life in the Mob. Philip Leonetti grew up in the Mafia. The nephew of Philadelphia Godfather Nicky Scarfo, Leonetti rose through the ranks to "Underboss," second-in-command of one of America's most powerful organized crime families. But when he was arrested for the murder of his best friend, he chose to help the authorities in their case against other mobsters. Now in the Witness Protection Program, Leonetti reveals the details of a life in crime. Learn the incredible story of the all-out mob war he helped wage it went on until "there was no one left to kill" and how the mob was able to elect their own hand-picked candidate mayor of Atlantic City. And meet the men who brought him to justice and helped break up the organization Leonetti had served for so long. It is a saga of blood, betrayal and brutality a riveting look at the deepest secrets of the Mafia.|
|S255E02||Portrait of a Terrorist: Mohamed Atta||00/00/0000|
|S255E03||Wide Open: Inside the World of High-School Football||00/00/0000|
|S255E04||The Human Cloning Race||00/00/0000|
|S255E05||Inside the Killer's Mind||12/02/2001||Dr. Dorothy Lewis is a professor of psychiatry at Yale University and New York's Bellevue Hospital, known for her pioneering research on the cause of violence. Her theories about violence are based on human stories and brain research that focuses on head injuries, brain damage and child abuse. The program follows Dr. Lewis through the murder cases of Arthur Shawcross and Terrance Wainwright. The psychiatrist for the prosecution is Dr. Park Dietz, Dr. Lewis's archrival, who has provided testimony opposing Lewis's views in a number of trials.|
|S255E06||FEMA: Urban Search and Rescue||00/00/0000|
|S255E09||Columbine: Understanding Why||15/04/2002||A report on the Threat Assessment Group's psychological study of the Columbine tragedy. Included: what motivated teens Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold to go on their rampage; 12 warning signs of potential mass murder.|
|S255E10||Parole Board: Colorado Juveniles||00/00/0000|
|S255E12||Cold Case Files: Family Secret; Blood Trail||00/00/0000|
|S255E13||Beauty Under the Knife||00/00/0000|
|S255E15||Flying Blind: Small Plane Accidents||00/00/0000|
|S255E16||Who Killed JFK? On the Trail of the Conspiracies||10/07/1992||Investigative Reports offers an update on the current debate about the JFK assassination.|
|S255E17||Two Young Americans: The Patriot and the Taliban||00/00/0000|
|S255E18||Wage Slaves: Nickel and Dimed in America||00/00/0000|
|S255E19||The Key To Watergate||18/09/1992||Investigative Reports explores the Watergate incident offering interviews with law-enforcement officials and theories on the involvement of John Dean.|
|S255E20||Mental Health Dilemma||00/00/0000|
|S255E21||Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity||00/00/0000|