This 1966 political ad, paid for by Reagan for Governor Committee, features Ronald Reagan promising to cut taxes if he's elected governor of California.
The dramatic end to the Nixon Presidency.
The prosecuting attorney offers Sarah Pearce a deal.
Sarah Pearce makes a decision, and several people involved, including Linda LeBrane, have their say about the result.
Anita Brown has a meeting that changes the direction of her investigation.
Two years after the attack, a break in the case leads to arrests.
A former detective reveals his belief in Sarah's innocence.
Four people are convicted, including Sarah Pearce, whose mother, Anita Brown, joins forces with Idaho Innocence Project volunteer Ginny Hatch to re-investigate the case.
A family comes forward with a stunning story about the night of the attack on Linda LeBrane.
A new prosecutor takes a new look at the case against Sarah Pearce.
Ginny Hatch finds a key witness, who recants his testimony about Sarah Pearce.
Hurricane Katrina brought home to many Americans a fact that inner city resident have always known: serious racial and income inequality persists in America. The question is, why? In this probing report, Tom Brokaw explores the lives of people who live every day with the reality of race and poverty. He asks uncomfortable questions and gets frank answers, all in the context of deeply personal stories of struggle and hope.
The award winning newsmagazine is classic story-telling at its best, covering an array of stories that range from mysteries and breaking news, to hidden-camera investigations and documentaries.
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