A pregnant woman seemingly dies after her alleged rapist and is charged with the crime.
Musicians rehearse for the Stand Up to Cancer 2010 Big Show.
In the fourth of five in SU2C's Dream Team series, CTC-Chip Team Leaders Haber and Toner talk about the science behind their project, focusing on the technology of the Circulating Tumor Cell (CTC) Chip.
Learn about the problem and how to be part of the solution, visit our website at http://www.standup2cancer.org/
Shark Tale movie trailer - starring Will Smith, Jack Black, Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Renee Zellweger, Angelina Jolie. Directed by Bibo Bergeron. Theatrical Release Date: 10/1/2004
SU2C's Innovative Research Grants support risky, cutting-edge research with the potential to strongly impact patient care.
Melissa Etheridge is joined live on stage by special guests: Jason Mraz, Shelby Lynne, Bebe Winans, Jennifer Nettles and others.
Stand Up To Cancer Dream Team leaders define Interdisciplinary Research and describe how it can help scientists work together as they battle cancer more effectively.
Stand Up To Cancer's Dream Team of Scientists define translational research and talk about why it is so important to cancer patients.
Learn about the exciting science behind SU2C's 2011 Innovative Research Grant recipients, and how each recipient will focus on cutting-edge research that has the potential to strongly impact patient care.
See why innovative research is so important in the fight against cancer and find out how Stand Up To Cancer's Innovative Research Grants are bringing together the brightest young minds for new hope in cancer research and patient care.
Stand Up To Cancer Epigenetics Dream Team scientists explain their progress over the last year and look towards the future.
Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (producer of the Oscar-winning AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever.
See the film the food industry doesn't want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (the Oscar-winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH), FED UP will change the way you eat forever.
See the film the food industry doesn't want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (the award-winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH), FED UP will change the way you eat forever.
Oceanic wise guys meet up with a small fish who has a big attitude in this computer-animated comedy. Don Lino (voice of Robert De Niro) is the patriarch of a family of sharks who lord over a bustling aquatic community based along a massive underwater reef. Don Lino has two sons, Frankie (voice of Michael Imperioli) and Lenny (voice of Jack Black); Frankie is a carnivorous tough guy who takes after his father, but Lenny is, at heart, a kind soul who has earned the ire of his dad by becoming a vegetarian. One of Don Lino's cronies is Sykes (voice of Martin Scorsese), who runs a "whale wash" where Oscar (voice of Will Smith) scrubs aquatic mammals for a living. Oscar is a small but ambitious fish who dreams of making something of himself, and when a dropped anchor accidentally kills Frankie, Oscar is suddenly (if mistakenly) celebrated as "the shark killer." Oscar's overnight fame attracts the attentions of Lola (voice of Angelina Jolie), a slinky dragon fish who woos Oscar away from his steady date, Angie (voice of Renée Zellweger); however, Oscar strikes up a friendship with Lenny and has to decide what to do when Don Lino and Sykes decides it's time to "take care" of the "different" shark. Also popping up in Shark Tale's all-star voice cast are Peter Falk, Vincent Pastore, Ziggy Marley, and Katie Couric.
Oscar (Will Smith), a lowly tongue-scrubber at the local Whale Wash, becomes a hero when he tells a great white lie. When his lie begins to unravel, Oscar teams up with an outcast vegetarian shark, Lenny (Jack Black) and his loyal friend Angie (Renée Zellweger) to help him stand up to the most feared shark in the water (Robert De Niro) and find his true place in the reef.
Oscar is a small fish who dreams of making something of himself, and when a dropped anchor accidentally kills Frankie, Oscar is suddenly celebrated as "the shark killer." Oscar's overnight fame attracts the attentions of Lola, a slinky dragon fish who woos Oscar away from his steady date, Angie.
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! - Broadcast journalist Katie Couric discusses her documentary "Fed Up," which talks about the ways in which foods that contain sugar are affecting health in America.
In Mariska Hargitay's directorial debut, an all-access reporter jeopardizes a high-profile hate crime.
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After the Kevlita baby bump debacle, Selita talks to Katie Couric to get her groove and image back. But when Kevin tries to get Shaun Robinson to redeem his name with an exclusive, no one's buying it.
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Mistaken identity abounds as Jess unwittingly captures the attention of a beer delivery guy and then pretends to be a handsome stranger's blind date.
Rayna tries to set the record straight about her failed marriage.
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The story of the birth of the modern Women’s Movement. The hour is framed by two important publications — The Feminine Mystique and Ms. Magazine — and by the women who authored them: Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem. When Friedan’s book came out in 1963, millions of American women had become uneasy under the constraints of 1950s post-war culture, which confined them to the home or to low-paying, dead-end jobs. The Feminine Mystique was, in the words of one reviewer, “a brick through the rose colored picture window of the American suburban bungalow.” At the same time, another group of women — younger and more radical — were emerging from the anti-war and civil rights movements determined to achieve their own revolution in American society. By the time Steinem founded Ms. Magazine in the early 1970s, these two streams of women had converged to create the modern Women’s Movement. Pivotal moments range from the early legal challenges brought by flight attendants and a rural Georgia telephone operator to the protests at the Miss America pageant and the takeover of the offices of Ladies Home Journal. It is a story filled with the spirit, humor and courage of a revolutionary generation.
A focused look at the workplace, where individual women crashed through the glass ceiling, and to the courts, where they waged a battle against the “hidden injuries” of battery, harassment and rape. Two women — in very different ways — asserted women’s control over their own bodies. When Anita Hill reluctantly stepped forward to accuse Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, she brought the issue out of the shadows. At the same time, pop superstar Madonna asserted a naked and aggressive sexuality, outside the control of men. However, even as the Movement achieved long-sought goals, a new generation of women were re-evaluating some of its most basic assumptions, especially the balance between work and family. By the 2000s, the movement was again under attack from conservatives seeking to rollback abortion and contraception laws, and by younger women fleeing the very word “feminism.” But the Movement is far from over, as new fronts in the struggle have opened up, especially overseas.
The Women's Movement begins to break out of the campuses and urban centers where it originated to affect nearly every man, woman and child in America.
A focused look at the workplace, where individual women crashed through the glass ceiling, and to the courts, where they waged a battle against the "hidden injuries" of battery, harassment and rape.
The story of the birth of the modern Women's Movement, filled with the spirit, humor and courage of a revolutionary generation.
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