05:17 — Patricia Smith, whose son Sean was killed in Benghazi, spoke out in support of Donald Trump and against Hillary Clinton at the RNC.
01:12 — A single mother discovers she has only a short time left to live and tries to reconcile with her estranged father, an unforgiving minister.
06:21 — Patricia Smith, mother of Sean Smith who was one of the four Americans killed in Benghazi, joins NBC's Andrea Mitchell for an emotional interview.
03:27 — True story of Charles Lindbergh's first ever non-stop flight across the Atlantic in 1927. Stewart is great!
02:33 — A reluctant pilot and his beautiful young passenger must brave the wilderness together when their plane crash-lands.
Jack Lemmon won a Best Actor Award portraying Harry Stoner, a clothing manufacturer at the end of his rope, in Save The Tiger (1973).
03:36 — Patricia Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith, reacts to the capture of suspect Ahmed abu Khattalah.
56:40 — Poet and author Patricia Smith discusses and reads from her extensive work, co-produced with the Givens Foundation for African American Literature.
28:02 — Patricia Smith, a National Poetry Slam champion, talks about poetry, journalism, and her book of poems about Hurricane Katrina, 'Blood Dazzler.'