Princess Persephone and Sir Kirby have a Knight and Princess play-off competition.
Princess Persephone and Sir Kirby have a Knight and Princess play-off.
President George H.W. Bush's unique combination of skills as diplomat, spy and politician are brought to bear on the first modern war in the post Cold War
President George H.W. Bush makes the difficult decision to confront Iraqi aggression forcefully and it's up to General Norman Schwarzkopf to lead the effort.
Junior analysts at the CIA realize they finally have a concrete lead as to Bin Laden's whereabouts and the information quickly makes its way to Obama and his
President Obama and his staff watch events within Bin Laden's compound from a drone but are then blind to what happens within the house where the terrorist
Dr. Susan Wheeler (Lauren Ambrose, TV's "Six Feet Under") is a medical student who grows concerned when she notices a pattern of seemingly healthy patients falling into comas while getting routine surgeries. Her sleuthing puts her career in jeopardy even as she finds a sympathetic ally in a young surgeon (Steven Pasquale, TV's "Rescue Me"). But as the coma toll keeps rising, she traces the victims to a futuristic recovery facility nearby where she uncovers high-tech medical experiments and unspeakable horrors. She escapes only to be hunted by a crazed psychopath and must return to face ugly truths more shocking than she can imagine.
Despite the pressure put on him by his generals, John F. Kennedy makes the executive decision to initiate a measured response to the missile build up in Cuba.
Flying at just 50 feet above ground to elude radar, US planes take photos of the Cuban missile installations and rush them back to the Oval Office.
At a low point JFK is handed a rambling and emotional letter from Khrushchev that could break the impasse.
A doctor begins to suspect that something is amiss when seemingly healthy patients begin lapsing into comas after routine operations. Episode 1 of 2.
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