A lunch lady, a dinner theater chef, a prodigal daughter and a small town cook with big city dreams battle to prove they are worthy of the title of Chopped Canada Champion.
It's Quebec chefs against Ontario chefs in a heated battle for Chopped Canada Champion. Black licorice and candy coated chocolates cause sweet struggles and woodsy and spicy flavors turns things upside down for dessert.
Four talented chefs go all in when the slot machine comes up with a Caribbean-inspired breakfast dish, but the chips fall in the direction of an unlikely chef. It's anybody's game at the start of the Roulette challenge.
Today: Australia's somber and Malaysia's 'mea cupla': a panel of experts discuss the latest on Flight 370. Then, the chairmen of the Democratic and Republican congressional campaign committees discuss the upcoming 2014 elections. Plus, a panel discuss Obamacare and the stepping down of Kathleen Sebelius.
It's a battle of the wings in round one as the chefs jockey for a spot at the fryer. Three chefs try to combine a traditional Japanese vegetable with a classic childhood snack. An ambitious dessert effort impresses the judges.
When Chris, owner of Spring Street Smoke House in Los Angeles, notices a decrease in his valuable fat trimmings, he contacts Charles Stiles for help. Mystery Diners Amber and Grant go in to discover the meat of the problem.
Strawberry and sausage stump four fabulous chefs in the appetizer round. An offal sets one chef apart from the rest, but will it be enough to win it all? A marriage of marzipan and tarragon brings things to a brittle finish.
Fareed offers his take on the crisis in Ukraine, before taking a look at the situation LIVE in Crimea with reporter Nick Paton Walsh. Then, a look at how Russia's neighbors are feeling about Moscow's aggression: a conversation with Poland Foreign Minister and Estonia's President. And, corruption in Nigeria, and how to end it: 1-on-1 with Nigeria's Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
Newlyweds take a scuba-diving trip to the Great Barrier Reef, but danger lurks below the water's shiny surface. The Schuster's are successful chemists with a shared business - a messy divorce leaves one of them using their science knowledge for evil.
Today: One man stands alone against a giant corporate merger. Sen. Al Franken joins Brian to talk about the Comcast/Time Warner deal. Then, another controversy at MSNBC raises a variety of questions. And, an update on the search for Malaysian Flight 370.
David and Laurie Hughes live in the hills of West Virginia, and now they have had enough. They long dreamed of making the leap to the topics and now the life they have imagined is coming true in the Dominican Republic.
The most secret of secret societies, The Freemasons, are intertwined with American history. Most of the Founding Fathers and 14 Presidents were Freemasons. Some say Washington DC is laid out as a Masonic code. What other secrets are the Masons hiding?
A couple's daily walk ends in murder and a cloud of suspicion descends on the victim's family.
These days, most people don't worship golden idols, but it's amazing how many of the Bible rules about graven images still sound relevant. In this episode, we plunge back into a world of otherworldly gods, who had to be fed, clothed and coddled by their believers. Yet that's just the beginning of a journey that will then shoot forward into outer space to explore the possibilities of prayer on other planets. For anyone who ever asked God to determine the outcome of a football game, this investigation into the rules is a must.
Political dissidents... armed to kill. Sociopathic outsiders... harboring hatred. Religious zealots... plotting mass destruction. And all of them hiding in plain sight. But just who are these killers in our midst and is there any way to stop them? This episode delves into the world of terrorism on American soil and reveals how authorities are working to stop these radical groups. Deputy Chief of LAPD Counter Terrorism Michael Downing reveals terrorists recruiting tactics in American prisons. Former Sergeant of the Massachusetts State Police Sean Murphy recounts the manhunt for the Boston Marathon Bombers. And journalist Laura Sullivan describes how today's new terrorists may be as close as your next-door neighbor. With an estimated tens of thousands of terrorists operating in the United States, can Americans ever reclaim the peace and security that was once taken for granted? Is there any chance of winning the so-called "war on terror?
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