For Aaron Sanchez, Mexican food is love. And tacos? Well, they're his favorite. This Taco Trip takes Aaron exploring the Latin side of New Orleans, encountering the people who have defined the city's culinary landscape.
Today: North Korea releases a new threat of cyber-attacks against the U.S. if Sony Pictures 'The Interview' is released. Is the U.S. giving up two of it's most valued virtues, freedom of speech and freedom of expression. or is it being safe? Brian hears from several experts. Plus, the amazing turn out for the final Colbert Report this week.
For Chef Aaron Sanchez, Mexican food is love. And tacos? Well, they're his favorite. In this one hour special, Chef Aaron is hosting the biggest and the best taco party ever!
In her final CNN show, Candy Crowley sits down with President Obama for an exclusive interview about the North Korea cyber-attack on Sony, normalizing U.S. relations with Cuba and race in America. A Republican rebuttal from Sen. John McCain on how the U.S. should respond to North Korea, the president's relationship with an all-GOP Congress and 2016 politics. And as Jeb Bush moves closer to presidential run, is another Bush-Clinton White House showdown on the horizon? Newt Gingrich, Donna Brazile, LZ Granderson and Amy Walter join us.
On GPS Sunday, an all-star panel goes around the world to discuss Russia's coming recession, the delayed deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran, and the unusual bedfellows in the fight against ISIS. Then, Fareed hears a fascinating story of spying and subterfuge from inside the borders of one of the world's most secretive and closed-off nations: North Korea. And, how to fix American education? Lessons from the man who ran America's largest school system for 10 years. Finally, we have e-books, e-commerce, e-mail. Is e-residency next?
Rainy winters can yield some dull vegetable varieties, few more unglamorous than the turnip. Nevertheless, Vivian is determined to showcase this root vegetable. She features her winter rolls with pickled turnips at a charity dinner with James Beard Award-winner Ashley Christiansen and other notable chefs from the region. She frets over whether her roll is sexy enough to stand up to the opulent surroundings, amidst such distinguished company. Despite her misgivings, the roll is a head turner and Vivian manages to make some new friends.
September 1, 1923. Japan is hit by its worst earthquake ever, measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale. Within seconds, the cities of Tokyo and Yokohama are leveled, but their troubles are only beginning. Relive the Great Kanto Earthquake, a perfect storm of catastrophic events, including a landslide, a firestorm and a monstrous force of nature called a "dragon twist," a tornado of fire that would help claim 140,000 lives in just minutes. Then see how this disaster shaped the destiny of a nation and changed the course of the 20th century.
Just east of the San Francisco Bay Area are the Berkeley Hills Walls--remnants of a massive, stone wall that stretches a distance of over fifty miles. The wall segments are up to six feet high in some places and are constructed of tightly fit limestone boulders. Scott is in intrigued by the fact that nobody knows who built the wall or even what purpose it serves. The only historical precedent for a miles-long, manmade, ancient wall is the Great Wall of China. Could ancient Asiatic explorers have made it all the way to the North American West Coast? In investigating the theory, Scott uncovers other evidence that could suggest the Chinese with their massive maritime fleet made it to the New World, using maps that were in the possession of Kublai Khan. He also discovers evidence that European explorers knew about China's epic voyages, including Italian explorer Marco Polo.
There are those who believe that embedded in our most sacred religious texts, as well as in the design and location of ancient monuments, are secret messages--messages that may reveal the purpose behind our very existence. Could it be true? Strange and cryptic communications with unknown meaning have been discovered all across the globe throughout every known civilization. Might the key to unlocking the mysteries of the universe be found hidden in numerological, geometrical, and geological puzzles left for us to solve by extraterrestrial beings that came to Earth thousands of years ago? Are humans being tested? Have we learned enough to crack the codes necessary to decipher these messages? And if so, might our understanding of them allow us to finally be reunited with our celestial ancestors?
Single mother Laurene Rugen starts dating her neighbor Chris and enters into a decades' long cycle of terrifying abuse.She refuses to leave, thinking she can change him. When she finally gathers the courage to demand a divorce tensions explode.
Tanya Buschman is just getting out of a nasty marriage when she falls for handsome Michel Bérubé, a bartender in Montreal. But it's not long before jealousy becomes foreplay for a suspicious suicide that has friends pointing fingers at friends.
Host Brad Meltzer enlists America's help to find lost and stolen historical artifacts, which are going missing from museums and public collections at an alarming rate. Among the missing: the White House cornerstone, the very first piece of the White House, laid by the secretive Freemasons. Then, letters from an American soldier in Vietnam--pilfered for enemy propaganda. Plus: a lost gun might be the key to solving the infamous Amityville murders.
Runway 35L at Congonhas Airport in Brazil is considered to be one of the most dangerous landing strips in the world. On July 17, 2007, it lived up to its bad reputation when an A320 Airbus skidded off the tarmac and crashed into a building, claiming 199 lives. But was this accident actually the result of anxiety over the runway and not the runway itself? Join the investigation as experts scrutinize everything from the asphalt, to the weather, to the stressful conditions that gravely affected the pilot's judgment and actions.
Three healthy people with a love of the outdoors are struck down by a deadly menace that lurks inside them. In Ohio, a young boy wastes away in front of his parents' eyes as a mysterious infection overtakes his body.
For Chef Aaron Sanchez, Mexican food is love. And tacos? Well, they're his favorite. This Taco Trip takes Chef Aaron across the U.S exploring the Latin side of every city
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