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Originals

  • Inside the Vintage Bombers NASA is Using to Chase the 2017 Solar Eclipse

    00:03:19
  • North Korea Missile Crisis: How Safe Do Tokyo Residents Feel?

    00:01:39
  • How to Survive a Disaster in a Big City - According to an Urban Prepper

    00:05:53
  • Escaping Oklahoma’s Female Prison Epidemic

    00:05:51
  • Could You Spend All Jeff Bezos' Money on Amazon.com?

    00:00:56
  • How Filipino Motorcycle Crews Mourn Victims of Deadly Drug War

    00:03:08
  • Why did the French government help steal children from a remote island and force them into adoptions?

    00:08:27
  • Explaining the Moon Treaty with Minecraft

    00:01:40
  • Your Job or Your Life: The Secret Dilemma Plaguing America's Coal Miners

    00:08:56
  • Meet the residents of Paris' most unusual housing project

    00:05:04
  • Is the president redirecting our attention with magic?

    00:03:59
  • Riots, wine and an assassination plot: The unlikely nation caught in a bizarre US-Russia tug of war

    00:08:22
  • This LGBTQ Dance Company Wants to Change How We Think About Gender in Ballet

    00:04:28
  • America's Wild Horse Population is Skyrocketing, and Nobody Can Agree How to Fix It

    00:08:48
  • Museum of failure: Unboxing the world’s most disastrous products

    00:03:31
  • Amsterdam's hidden community of refugee squatters

    00:05:57

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Escaping Oklahoma’s Female Prison Epidemic

Oklahoma’s prisons are home to the largest number of female inmates per capita in the country. For some — like Aliea, who says she’s been addicted to meth since she was 12, and just finished serving her second prison sentence — the state’s harsh drug laws mean that the cycle of addiction and incarceration can be almost impossible to break.

Originals

  • Escaping Oklahoma’s Female Prison Epidemic

    00:05:51
  • Inside the Vintage Bombers NASA is Using to Chase the 2017 Solar Eclipse

    00:03:19
  • North Korea Missile Crisis: How Safe Do Tokyo Residents Feel?

    00:01:39
  • How to Survive a Disaster in a Big City - According to an Urban Prepper

    00:05:53
  • Escaping Oklahoma’s Female Prison Epidemic

    00:05:51
  • Could You Spend All Jeff Bezos' Money on Amazon.com?

    00:00:56
  • How Filipino Motorcycle Crews Mourn Victims of Deadly Drug War

    00:03:08
  • Why did the French government help steal children from a remote island and force them into adoptions?

    00:08:27
  • Explaining the Moon Treaty with Minecraft

    00:01:40
  • Your Job or Your Life: The Secret Dilemma Plaguing America's Coal Miners

    00:08:56
  • Meet the residents of Paris' most unusual housing project

    00:05:04
  • Is the president redirecting our attention with magic?

    00:03:59
  • Riots, wine and an assassination plot: The unlikely nation caught in a bizarre US-Russia tug of war

    00:08:22
  • This LGBTQ Dance Company Wants to Change How We Think About Gender in Ballet

    00:04:28
  • America's Wild Horse Population is Skyrocketing, and Nobody Can Agree How to Fix It

    00:08:48
  • Museum of failure: Unboxing the world’s most disastrous products

    00:03:31
  • Amsterdam's hidden community of refugee squatters

    00:05:57

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