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    A Postcard from the Field: Kafue National Park in Zambia

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  • Lightning Strikes Twice

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  • More from Jackie about the jury deliberations

    03:40
  • Remembering Jill Halliburton Su

    02:18
  • Remembering Ken Juedes

    02:25
  • Meet Margaret Juedes

    01:08
  • A Postcard from the Field: A Wisconsin-style Old Fashioned

    02:21
  • Alex Murdaugh talks with his sister-in-law from jail

    01:36
  • Alex Murdaugh talks with his son Buster from jail

    02:20
  • Gloria’s Gift Foundation

    01:53
  • A Postcard from the Field: Hampton County Watermelon Festival

    02:44
  • Insiders Close to Murdaugh Family Speak Out for the First Time on Network TV about 2019 Deadly Boat Crash

    00:26
  • Mr. Big Stings

    03:39
  • Remembering Carmela Knight

    02:02
  • David Knight’s Double Life

    02:24
  • Remembering Milton Sawyer

    02:35
  • A Dairy Farmer’s Dream

    03:27
  • Remembering Sonya Ivanoff

    02:21
  • Missing in Nome, Alaska

    02:06
  • The Art of Surveillance

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PREVIEW: The Interrogation

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18-year-old Robert Davis faced police questioning about the killing of a young mother and her son, after two neighborhood teens accused him of helping them in the robbery-turned-murder. Though Davis denied any involvement, at the end of a 6-hour interrogation he confessed to the crime he claimed he didn’t commit. For more than a decade, his lawyer struggled to prove that Davis’ confession was false and coerced. Getting pardoned would take a miracle, until he got support from the most unexpected sources. Keith Morrison reports Sunday, February 14th at 7p/6c.