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    Jewel on how she reached musical stardom (Part 1)

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  • Politics & Primetime (Part 1)

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  • Politics & Primetime (Part 2)

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  • Politics & Primetime (Part 3)

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  • Search and rescue teams comb through Hurricane Ian’s wreckage (Part 1)

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  • Search and rescue teams comb through Hurricane Ian’s wreckage (Part 2)

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  • Captives of Cannabis: Human trafficking in the marijuana industry (Part 1)

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  • Captives of Cannabis: Human trafficking in the marijuana industry (Part 2)

    09:18
  • Captives of Cannabis: Human trafficking in the marijuana industry (Part 3)

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  • Restoring America's Oyster Population (Part 1)

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  • Oyster Farming in the Gulf (Part 2)

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  • Walker Hayes’ journey to country music fame (Part 1)

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  • Walker Hayes’ journey to country music fame (Part 2)

    04:51
  • How the adorable Atlantic puffin came back from near extinction (Part 1)

    02:46
  • How the adorable Atlantic puffin came back from near extinction (Part 2)

    02:41
  • Afghanistan withdrawal one year later: translators and their families struggle for safety (Part 1)

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  • Afghanistan withdrawal one year later: translators and their families struggle for safety (Part 2)

    02:48
  • 25 Years Later: The Life and Legacy of Princess Diana (Part 1)

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  • 25 Years Later: The Life and Legacy of Princess Diana (Part 2)

    05:43
  • 25 Years Later: The Life and Legacy of Princess Diana (Part 3)

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In-depth look at life on Rikers Island: ‘Hell, plain and simple’ (Part 2)

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A court-appointed federal monitor of Rikers Island recently reported that “conditions have progressively and substantially worsened.” Vincent Schiraldi, who previously oversaw the massive jail complex, and Sarena Townsend, who was in charge of investigating staff misconduct, point to “patterns of sick leave abuse” as one of the most pressing problems. Benny Boscio, the union president representing officers, says it's “nonsense” that officers call out on purpose, and that staff are trying to do an impossible job. Disagreements aside, all three agree that Rikers is horribly broken.