A profile of a generation of young urban males.
More than six thousand people were willing to be naked in the name of art.
Uncovering the reasons why people kill.
Five San Francisco addicts struggle to overcome the lure of black tar heroin.
The disturbing increase of violent crimes committed in the workplace.
Charles Bukowski tells about the down-and-out denizens of the Madison Hotel in Los Angeles.
In a middle-class community in Palm Beach County, Fla., seven out of 10 crimes are drug-related.
Hidden cameras record a year in the lives of three criminals.
Report explores accounts of danger in common medical situations.
People of many backgrounds, including a former high-school beauty queen, a psychiatrist, a basketball player, a fashion executive and a store clerk explain their personal stories of drug abuse.
An investigation of cases involving a graduate student who disappeared during a New Year's Eve party, a missing housewife, a Baptist minister who vanished on two separate occasions and a driverless abandoned vehicle.
Victims of violent crimes fight back through the courts, legislation and counseling or support groups.
The paths of several weapons are traced, revealing the shocking actions of those who come into contact with them.
A visit to a gay bar and a gathering of gay senior citizens highlight a study of homosexuality in America.
A review of July 16, 1989, focuses on 61 deaths by gunfire.
An abused child adopted by loving parents turns on her brother.
The rising number of serial murders, killings that occur over a period of time, is examined through three actual cases and a murderer's on-camera confession.
Lee Grant explores the cycle of domestic brutality and frustration of battered women.
Three families cope with schizophrenia, an illness that strikes without warning.
A woman's death provides four people with life-saving organs.
Three teenage killers discuss their crimes and why they committed them.
An ex-cop infiltrates organized crime.
Documentary follows a man's last days on death row in Mississippi.
In three cases the Exclusionary Rule frees people accused of murder.
The stories of three teenagers, each entrapped in some stage of drug dependency, focus on chemical abuse by American young people.
Some families of terminally ill patients consider euthanasia.
The controversy surrounding the subject is seen through the stories of five modern vigilantes.
Re-creations show five fatal drunken-driving accidents that occurred May 17, 1986.
Case studies and interviews show how police and private citizens use electronic surveillance.
Interviews with children, parents and coaches show a dark side of youth athletics.
Filmmaker Louis Malle profiles Asians, Central Americans, West Indians, Africans, Mexicans and others who have come to the United States for a better life.
Examines the problem through case studies of five rapists under treatment.
Profiles of patrol officers in Houston and New York reveal the off-duty hazards of police work.
Interviews with children, parents and psychiatrists shed light on teenage suicide.
Focuses on social, medical and emotional problems faced by two families of chronically ill children.
Dramatizations reveal the cases of four people convicted of crimes they did not commit.
The Oscar-winning documentary focuses on the poor, the hungry and the homeless as well as middle-class victims of the economy.
Psychologists, family members and Auschwitz death camp survivors shed light on the mysterious fate of Nazi war doctor Josef Mengele.
People who think they had close encounters try to explain their experiences.
An examination of teenage contraceptive use, pregnancy, abortion, love, courtship and marriage.
Examines a 1984 mass slaying at a California fast-food restaurant and a man who killed more than 300 people.
Transsexuals and transvestites discuss their lifestyles. Narrated by Lee Grant.
Dr. Roland Summit presents four real stories of children who've been victims of sexual abuse by adults.
Interviews with former players, their wives, mothers and girlfriends reveal their lives after their sports careers have ended.
The stories of six angry and sometimes dangerous Vietnam veterans who feel they must hide from the society they fought to protect.
The personal story of three women fighting pollution in their communities highlights an examination of the 80,000 chemical waste sites in America.
Interviews and films examine three different types of prostitutes: high-class call girls, madams who run "modeling parlors" and streetwalkers working for pimps.
Revisiting the controversial case of three Arkansas teenagers convicted in 1994 of murdering three 8-year-old boys.
En Hunts Point en el condado del Bronx, mujeres rondan las calles con la promesa de dinero rápido en la prostitución pero solo encuentran largas horas, duras lecciones y esperanzas perdidas.
Una segunda mirada del controvertido caso de tres adolescentes condenados en 1994 de matar a tres niños de ocho años.