A rare genetic birth defect has turned the Stiles family into a hit carnival sideshow attraction. As strange as the Lobster Family circus act may be, the real life freak show happens off-stage in a nightmare of alcohol, abuse, and shocking crimes.
A park ranger discovers the corpse of amateur boxer Corey Edge floating in a shallow creek. Lt. Joe Kenda investigates a rogue's gallery of hustlers, thugs and career criminals. Kenda realizes the real killers have been hiding in plain sight.
Picture your dream car: it probably looks like a Pagani Huayra. Have you ever wondered just how that machine was made? Join the How It's Made crew as we go to its birthplace, revealing the inner workings and gorgeous exterior.
The Flannan Isles Lighthouse Mystery - three lighthouse keepers all disappear. How can three people vanish from a tiny island without a trace? Aleshenka - A Russian Police Captain is shocked to be handed what looks like a mummified alien baby.
On a beautiful sunny morning in Puerto Rico, 36-year-old Sarah Kuszak heads out for her daily run. But just minutes later, she is kidnapped and frantically calls her fiancé from the trunk of a moving car.
A mega factory is a modern invention--wrong--the ancients were the first to build these thousands of years ago. What was the incredible 16 wheel Roman automated factory in the south of France which could feed 12,500 people a day? How did the ancient Egyptians produce hundreds of vehicles of war every month? How did the Romans forge enough iron to equip an army, and mine enough gold to keep an economy afloat? With today's technology, this would be achievable, but how did the ancients do this thousands of years ago? We reveal the impossible ingenuity and techniques that made it possible for the ancients to have "Mega Factories" of their own.
On GPS Sunday, Fareed gathers a panel of experts to discuss the ongoing crisis in the Middle East and how to stop the spread of ISIS in Iraq. What should the U.S. do in the region? Then, is Russia setting up camp in Cuba to spy on America ... again? And an innovative approach to harnessing nuclear power while cutting costs, increasing safety and reducing waste. Finally, the author of ""The Culture Map"" discusses how to succeed in business in today's globalized world.
Russia 1917. Tsar Nicholas II is the first Emperor to fall as a result of the war. Will the Russian revolution mean an end to their involvement? A new German offensive could pull the United States into the conflict and fuel the flames of war.
Nadia G hits Detroit to taste the best this city has to offer. G bites into a Juicy Lamb Burger at Vinsetta Garage, visits Coach Insignia for Faygo Rootbeer-Braised Short Ribs and tastes Mouhamara and Baba Ganoush with Hashwi.
An auto mechanic from Arizona is gunned down in a small Mexican town. And with a recently purchased multi-million dollar life insurance policy on the line, private investigator Steve Rambam is called in to determine if it's a case of murder or fraud.
Richard Mason leads his son-in-law Kenneth Griffith and friend Earl Smock on a ride along the steep cliffs of Tennessee's Signal Mountain, but their ATVs are found bloody and abandoned along the side of the road two days later.
Anthony Anderson pops down to the Big Easy to make his way through the New Orleans Wine and Food Experience and tries NOLA-inspired delights before going behind-the-scenes to cook with the elite competitors.
The passion between Mirinda and Sam Boob is red-hot, until lies and betrayals tarnish their happiness. And, Tony Hayes loves being a model officer/ladies' man. Monique Johnson catches his wandering eye. When another lover looms, who will pay the price?
Today: LZ Granderson, Tara Wall and Jesse Williams on the shooting of black teen by a white officer in Ferguson, MO. Then, Rep. Lacy Clay and former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik on finding the balance protecting all communities. And, LZ Granderson and republican strategist Tara Wall on whether Gov. Rick Perry's indictment will hurt his chances in 2016.
Does becoming the first man to jump 19 miles back to earth from space or strapping yourself into a rocket sled traveling over 600 miles per hour before coming to a violent stop, sound hardcore to you? It's just another day at the office for these heroes.
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