The stories of historic events of the civil rights movement are told by those who were there.
Complicated bank robbery investigation; tax refund fraud; two men disappear in Florida.
Race relations in Mississippi; former NYC transit officer convicted of murder.
The use of veterans as unwitting human test subjects for chemical experimentation; Kyra Phillips examines how some rape investigations have been handled at America's military academies.
Veterans' issues are explored.
A severely depressed patient who underwent experimental deep brain stimulation surgery; health risks for children associated with poor air quality standards in classrooms across America; 2011 listeria outbreak, worst food outbreak in 100 years.
A look at "war rage" and its legitimacy; an investigation of a new method of making Meth; the deadliest food outbreaks in American history.
Through personal interviews, Christiane Amanpour finds the history and evolution of Osama bin Laden.
A groups fight to Save the Chimps; how rape investigations have been handled at military academies; C.J. Nitkowski endures a risky stem cell procedure to repair his shoulder.
The impact of a 50-year-old military housing scandal; a new treatment for certain brain disorders; an interview with Joe Stack's widow and daughter.
The pursuit of the March Madness tournament; anti-bullying campaigns; a profile of high school basketball player Aquille Carr.
The imprisonment of innocent people; the NFL's "bounty scandal;" the new trend of identity thieves stealing tax refunds.
First hand accounts of the dangerous journey and coverage in Homs, Syria from the correspondents, producers and news executives of CNN.
The use of military veterans as unwitting test subjects; a profile of journalists Adela Bello and Javier Valdez Cardenas; the importance of social media.
Kaj Larsen looks at the US Drug Enforcement Administration operations in Honduras; Deb Feyerick looks into the questioning case of a former NYC police officer convicted of murder.
A look back at the standoff between the Branch Davidian Christian sect and law enforcement authorities in Waco, Texas.
A look at the life and death of Whitney Houston; the Vermont's Yankee Nuclear Power Station; the security of aviation cargo.
Kaj Larsen explores Honduras, the deadliest region on earth; a look at Richie DiGuglielmo's story and prison sentences.
A look at Richie DiGuglielmo who saved his father and might now spend the rest of his life in prison and what evidence might have been supressed.
Kaj Larsen explores Honduras, the deadliest region on earth and meets the brave people who are trying to make a difference.
A look at the US Drug Enforcement Administration attempts to stop the flow of cocaine into the US; a former NYC police officer convicted of murder.
Correspondent, Amber Lyon investigates the international movement, "Anonymous," in which demonstations against democracy errupt.
Updated trial coverage and her release press conference; an examination of why the student was convicted.
Shark hunts and their effect on the global population; plastic bag pollution and one man's fight; returning veterans fight for healthcare.
Drew Griffin looks into the investigation of the James Craig Anderson beating; Amber Lyon reports on women amateur mixed martial arts fighters.
An interview with actor Johnny Depp about his life and career and his experience with Hunter S. Thompson for the film "The Rum Diary."
An update on the horrid home invasion case as the final accused killer's trial ends.
A look into the anthrax letters after the 9/11 attacks revealing the possibility that the government accused the wrong man.
Drew Griffin reports on the people mentioned in The 9/11 Commission Report and their different experiences on that day.
The U.S. Coast Guard's Station Golden Gate; the real story that "30 Minutes of Less" is based on; an interview with the cast of "Happy Days" about their lawsuit.
Scuba with the U.S. Navy marine mammal unit; Warren Jeffs' Mormon leadership; Florida's drug addicted babies.
Bullying within schools over sexual orientation; four dead prostitutes on Long island beach; a refuge for poached monkeys in Costa Rica.
Deborah Feyerick reports on Boston mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger; Kaj Larson goes to the North Pole; Sandra Endo profiles cheerleading as an ultimate sport.
Investigators trying to solve a murder send a convicted drug dealer, undercover, into a prison to befriend the alleged killer.
Drew Griffin looks into the audit on the North Carolina justice system which revealed cases in which evidence was withheld.
Larry King interviews the cast and special effects team to show how the finally was created, along with an extended clip of the film.
The space shuttle program and the future of NASA.
Amber Lyon reports on the activists behind their Facebook pages and cell phone cameras in North Africa and the Middle East.
Kaj Larsen reports on WikiLeaks, a website that has remained out of government control.
Fareed Zakaria interviews different experts to see how America can reinstate job growth and spur creativity.
Correspondents report on the destruction and the survivors of the tornadoes in the central U.S.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with Bruce Feiler about forming a "Council of Dads" for his daughters.
Thirty years after the two year murder spree Wayne Williams is still claiming his innocence from behind bars.
The examination of the mission to capture and kill bin Laden, including first hand reports.
The life and career of James Brown.
The life of Mel Gibson.
Interview with Chief Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini in the 2009 conviction of Amanda Knox in Italy.
An in depth look at Alzheimer's and interviews with those who have the disease and have been effected by it.
Timeline of events from both sides of the standoof; recordings between the FBI negotiators and Koresh.
Host Soledad O'Brien looks into the life of Catherine Middleton.
A city manager sparks controversy when he reveals he wants to be a woman.
Latinos chase their personal goals and dreams in America.
Various people from around the U.S. with the Garcia surname.
Gangs, shootings and murders in Chicago.
Fundamentalist extremism in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The life and legacy of pop icon Michael Jackson.
The state of the Taliban within Afghanistan.
New Orleans struggles against crime and corruption.
Witnesses and survivors of the Jonestown tragedy speak.
The inaction of world governments to stop genocide.
The health of the Presidential candidates.
Vice Presidential Candidate Joe Biden's career and political goals are examined.
Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin's career and political goals are examined.
Suzanne Malveaux talks with Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) about his life and his presidential bid.
John King talks with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) about his life and his presidential bid.
Panelists discuss pressing concerns for black America.
Black men and fatherhood; disparities between blacks and whites in various areas.
African-American experiences; perspective on black achievement and struggles.
Historians retrace the steps of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and James Earl Ray in the days leading up to King's assassination.
The pursuit of Osama bin Laden.
The pursuit of Osama bin Laden.
Christianity's effects on world politics.
Islam's effects on world politics.
Judaism's effects on world politics.
A retrospective on Larry King's career.
Cyclist Lance Armstrong and a panel of guests offer advice on how to avoid and beat cancer.
Christianity gains more adherents than any other religion. Narrated by Liam Neeson.
The events of Sept. 11 alter a fire station.
Wounded troops return home.
Deaths involve police officers in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld.
Insurance companies conflict with a town affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Larry King speaks with survivors of the Sept. 11 attacks.
The AIDS crisis in Africa and its effects on children.
Two New Orleans residents are killed during the chaos following Hurricane Katrina.
A truck bomb destroys the U.S. Marine Corps barracks in 1983 Beirut.
Risks facing airline passengers.
Hezbollah's tactics and origins.
The three most wanted terrorists in the world.
Medical, scientific and ethical implications of organ donation.
A look at how thieves use stolen identities to plunder bank accounts, defraud credit cards, and launder stolen cheques.
A man convicted as a serial killer in 1963 may have been innocent.
Paparazzi spend an action-packed day pursuing Angelina Jolie and other celebrities.
The last few days in the life of Pope John Paul II.
The last few days in the life of Pope John Paul II.
A shooting rampage in an Atlanta courthouse involves the taking of a hostage.
Six months after Hurricane Katrina, a community continues to rebuild.
Bay St. Louis, Miss., works to recover from Hurricane Katrina.
Life inside the world of celebrity, from publicists to paparazzi.
The race to find new sources of oil speeds up as energy companies say the supply is running out.
Ideas, tools and innovations that will shape lives.
Egypt and democracy.
Understanding U.S. feelings about Iraq.
Life inside North Korea.
Citizens across America share their views on the war in Iraq and discuss how it impacts their lives.
Correspondents examine the current military and political strategy in Iraq.
Neighbors work together in the aftermath of Katrina.
Rescue and relief efforts in the aftermath of the hurricane; U.S. ability to respond to the next catastrophe.
Five stories show the impact of events of Sept. 11, 2001.
John Roberts' potential impact on the new Supreme Court.
Hurricane Katrina; host Anderson Cooper.
The M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston works to discover new and revolutionary cures for the disease.
Efforts to achieve democracy and stability in Iraq.
Officials from other countries give their views of how to successfully fight terrorism.
National security correspondent David Ensor examines the rumors of weapons of mass destruction.
The effects of the "No Child Left Behind" educational reform program on children across the country.
Survivors, responders, and families share their stories about the Oklahoma City bombing.
The impact of global warming and how to combat the effects.
A documentary details an autistic woman's efforts to understand and explain her disability.
The rise of gangs in America.
Life in the war-torn country of Iraq.
The flaws of forensic evidence in criminal court.
The historical reality of the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalene.
Residents of company towns discuss the impact of the manufacturing decline.
The future and stability of Saudi Arabia.
Presidential candidate profile.
In New York, anchor Aaron Brown shares the latest news, polls, and analysis of the 2004 presidential election.
The rapid spread of born-again Christianity and its effect on other religions.
The debate over illegal immigration.
Examining the potential threat of a terrorist attack involving nuclear weapons on a major city.
Survivors of the Sbarro Pizzeria suicide bombing in Jerusalem share their experiences.
Western business values clash with Indian tradition.
President Bush's first term in office.
John King presents an investigative profile on the controversial life and career of U.S. president George W. Bush.
The search for signs of life on other planets.
The life of presidential candidate John Kerry.
The future of Iraq after the U.S. handover.
Thomas Friedman reports on the wall that is being built to separate Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank.
Survivors of the Polish resistance during World War II share their war experience.
The achievement differences between black and white students.
Jeff Koinange returns to Rwanda 10 years after the 1994 genocide.
A wall is being constructed in Israel's West Bank to separate Israelis and Palestinians.
The world's most interesting and influential people are selected for the "Time 100."
U.S. occupation and the future of Iraq.
Howard Dean's presidential campaign.
A special report on the presidential primaries.
An investigation of a child-trafficking operation.
The race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
An examination of how today's society views infidelity.
Journalists and others recall the John F. Kennedy assassination on its 40th anniversary.
Cutting-edge procedures and technologies try to reverse the effects of aging.
The current state of Afghanistan.
A study evaluates how the training and psychological impact of warfare affect soldiers returning from Iraq.
Former President George H.W. Bush returns to the island where his aircraft was shot down in World War II.
Remembering the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
A man fights against the death penalty in the state of Texas.
Researchers pursue scientific answers to questions about Jesus Christ.
Families of child athletes make sacrifices for their aspirations.
A personal journey of discovery spans the African continent.
Pre-emptive strikes in Iraq.
Pre-emptive strikes in Iraq.
Southeast Asia, al-Qaida and the future of terrorism.
The fight against the summer fires of America.
The command center and generals that ran the war in Iraq.
Doctors practice medicine in the battlefield.
Correspondents from the front line recount experiences from the war in Iraq.
Memorable and world-changing events of the last eight decades.
Possible war with Iraq.
The key issues that put a war with Iraq on the brink of possibility.
Behind the scenes of the space shuttle Discovery.
The history of the standoff dividing Korea.
Controversy and potential threats associated with a new war in Iraq.
A personal portrait of the Dalai Lama, from morning exercises, prayers and meal to his official duties leading his religious followers.
The War on Terror and how Al Qeada may be positioning itself to pose new threats.
The Iraqi declaration draws reactions from around the world.
Possible war with Iraq.
Preview of Election Day.
Police hunt for the snipers terrorizing the Washington area.
The extreme continent of Antarctica.
A new street drug often uses PCP as an additive.
The implications of removing Saddam Hussein from power.
New details about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Fort Bragg trains soldiers to handle torture and survival in enemy territory.
The debate over Ground Zero.
The U.S. Army's training program for potential prisoners of war.
Battle in Afghanistan.
Fighter jets and bombers.
Safety concerns about the Ford Crown Victoria..
Struggle in Chechnya.
Scientists predict there will be more-frequent and more-powerful hurricanes.
Living and working on the carrier USS Stennis.
A look at the tumultuous war in Chechnya.
Common behaviors of successful dieters.
A reconstruction of what is known about the Arctic Rose's last voyage.
Slobodan Milosevic's trial includes charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
The Bush administration puts pressure on Iraq to resume U.N. inspections.
Harrowing accounts of Blackhawk-helicopter missions and the battle of Mogadishu.
A photojournalist films acts of brutality by a peacekeeping committee.
New medical technology collides with emotions and ethical considerations.
The U.S. prepares for future terrorist attacks.
Amy Eldon explores the motivations of combat journalists.
Military strikes on Taliban-controlled areas impact Afghan civilians.
The United States backs the Afghan government in a war against the Soviet Union.
Recent airport-security upgrades.
Time magazine chooses America's top achievers.
Filmmaker examines the stress of teenage life by following three high school seniors.
Serbian dictator Slobodan Milosevic is under indictment at the Hague.
Time magazine chooses America's top achievers.
The U.S. Navy and the National Science Foundation sponsor a joint expedition to the Arctic Circle.
Hidden cameras reveal the conditions of Taliban rule in Afghanistan.
Time magazine chooses America's top scientists and medical researchers.
Alcohol is the most abused substance in the world.
Eric Rudolph eludes a police manhunt after the fatal Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta.
Time magazine chooses America's top artists and performers.
Soldiers from the 101st Airborne train for combat.
Former IRA leader Martin McGuinness tries brokering peace in Northern Ireland.
Airline flight delays.
Drug lord Pablo Escobar is the target of one the largest manhunts in history.
Participants in the 1998 Sydney-to-Hobart yacht race sail into a deadly hurricane.
Journalist Sorious Samura travels across the Sahara to Gibraltar following refugees seeking passage to Europe.
Silicon Valley deals with a changing economic climate.
Launching space shuttle Discovery.
Charlayne Hunter-Gault reports on the impact of AIDS in South Africa.
Immigration officials decide the fates of asylum seekers.
The George W. Bush presidency's early days.
Cyberspace attracts Yugoslav dissidents; Pennsylvania town adopts Chinese immigrants.
HMO pressures physicians to save money; speeding emergency vehicles; Teamsters Union reforms; Westminster Dog Show.
Developments in AIDS research may be leading to effective treatments.
Ritalin abuse; discrimination allegations against Beverly Hills police; highly decorated Vietnam veteran.
Yeltsin's health; Oklahoma professor challenges an HMO over his back treatment; anti-nuclear crusader Gen. Lee Butler.
A preview of the second Clinton administration.
Journalist Terry Anderson returns to Lebanon 10 years after being taken hostage.
The choice for Time magazine's Man of the Year is revealed.
News events of 1996.
The burning of historically black churches in the southeastern United States.
A nun tries to rebuild her life in the wake of torture at the hands of Guatemalan security forces.
Local Teamsters union, fighting corruption; host Bernard Shaw.
Bernard Shaw reviews President Clinton's first term.
Profile of Republican candidate Bob Dole; host Bernard Shaw.
David Lewis and Kathy Slobogin profile Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Dole.
Corruption and journalistic arrogance have increased the public's alienation from the political process; correspondent Brooks Jackson; host Frank Sesno.
Art Harris and John Camp examine issues of crime, immigration and affirmative action.
Judy Woodruff and Kathy Slobogin examine the breakdown of traditional institutions that nurture and guide children.
Frank Sesno examines economic changes for U.S. workers.
The United Nations faces intractable world problems 50 years after its creation.
Mikhail Gorbachev; Olympic athletes; federal court frees a judge previously convicted of rape.
Security at the Atlanta Olympics.
Despite poor diamonds and equipment, baseball remains popular in Cuba.
Republicans revive the Contract With America; the presidential election.
Larry LaMotte reports on the Chernobyl nuclear accident's effect on people, the environment and nuclear power.
Jim Moret and Lauren Sidney report on movie makeup and special effects.
Debate addresses whether nature or nurture determines criminal activity.
Bernard Shaw, Peter Arnett and John Holliman report on Iraq.
Scientific discoveries uncover a genetic link to Alzheimer's disease.
Republican presidential contenders.
Health-care billing practices; racist religion; diabetes among the Pima Indians.
Reports investigate teen pregnancy.
Fall of the Cali cartel; Mexican drug cartels.
Judy Woodruff reports on the differing perspectives of blacks and whites.
The investigation of the Oklahoma City bombing continues.
Ebola virus outbreak in Zaire.
Reports focus on the role of police in society.
The jury prepares to deliberate the evidence in the O.J. Simpson trial.
Immigration presents problems and benefits.
The failures, successes and future of the United Nations; reporters include Christiane Amanpour and Mike Hanna.
High-tech marijuana farming.
Older, childless baby-boomers turn to alternatives to adoption.
Some militant leaders and militias profit from extremism.
Trials and travails of the British royal family.
Capital punishment expands, causing new problems.
The Oklahoma City bombing; radical militia groups; white-supremacist rock bands.
Psychiatrists and insurers struggle to define mental illness and how to pay for care.
The quest for gold leaves a legacy of environmental and human degradation.
The fixation with pursuing physical perfection.
Exotic viral and bacterial infections develop despite antibiotics and medical breakthroughs.
Report notes the anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.
State of the environmental movement.
Report on the Republican Contract With America.
The juvenile justice system; the Drug Enforcement Administration; women prosecutors; O.J. Simpson case.
Jim Moret reports on Hollywood's Oscars night.
The new role of the U.S. military in world affairs.
Organized crime fills much of the void left by the collapse of governmental authority in Russia.
The political condition of the executive branch.
Fear of crime triggers calls for longer sentences and more prisons.
Dan Rutz explores euthanasia, medical technology and the right-to-die movement.
Profile of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Legal strategies; perspectives of judge and jury.
Tabloid stories in the mainstream press.
Reports on major events of 1995.
Larry Woods compiles memorable reports.
Investigative reports: Fundamentalists and schools; mental illness in society; alleged drug dealer.
Street gangs turn to arson.
Low-fat and no-fat foods viewed tongue-in-cheek.
Eastern Europe continues to grapple with the collapse of communism.
Problems and issues American Indians face.
Jim Huber reports on sports violence.
Judy Woodruff explores slavery around the world.
Mentally impaired people claim positions in society.
Colombia's Cali Cartel has become a multinational enterprise.
Bernard Shaw reports on the eve of the O.J. Simpson trial.
Report on the population conference in Cairo.
The baby-boom/baby-bust generation gap.
A review of the space race and the moon landings.
Bernard Shaw reports on race and murder in Mississippi.
Rhonda Rowland examines child molestation.
Judy Woodruff reviews a decisive World War II battle at its 50th anniversary.
Racism takes different forms throughout the world.
Judy Woodruff examines high-tech crime.
Insurance companies and corporations play a role in the development of managed health care.
Exploration of the legal system.
The development of democracy in South Africa after apartheid.
The failure of the war on poverty.
Towns that produced nuclear weapons face economic and environmental problems.
Policy direction at the Department of Energy.
Legalized gambling spreads across the United States.
Politics and economics of the Academy Awards.
Larcenous postal workers; drag racing in Miami; Hoover Dam tourist center.
The decline in standards of courtesy may threaten the social fabric.
Sexual discrimination and abuse continue despite political efforts.
Sophisticated weapons find their way into criminal hands.
Dangers faced by marine and inland fisheries.
Genetic research poses ethical problems.
Peter Arnett reports on terrorist groups training in and destabilizing Afghanistan.
Reform demands challenge college sports.
Future video and computer technology may change the way people live and work.
Bonnie Anderson reports on sexual abuse by clergymen.
Callous corporate policies and actions.
The military dumps toxic wastes.
Government and business often fail to predict effects of their actions, then refuse responsibility.
Quacks with phony treatments and medicines target people with illnesses.
Frank Sesno reports on the changes in the military and defense industries at the end of the Cold War.
The future brings many changes to the world of work.
Spouse abuse and murder.
America's crumbling infrastructure.
The changing role of the United Nations.
Frank Sesno investigates the vulnerability of the oil supply chain and what would happen if disaster struck.
Climate change; deforestation; species loss; overpopulation.
Climate change; deforestation; species loss; overpopulation.
Bizarre robbery; training rescue swimmers; David Cassidy's battle with Sony.
A look at the crimes and consequences of alleged serial killer Anthony Sowell.
Economists Jeffrey Sachs and Kenneth Rogoff; a leader of the Muslim Brotherhood discusses Egypt's future; inventor Nathan Myhrvold on the future of nuclear energy.