2002. A low grade MI6 desk officer inadvertently discovers deliberate flaws in the evidence being compiled to invade Iraq, and tries to expose the truth.
*** 'undeniably gripping' - The Guardian
*** “gripping... does a serious job of indicting those who took us to war” – Channel 4
“Eerily plausible... impressive” – Graydon Carter, Editor of Vanity Fair
“Modern Cinema at its best” – John Pilger, multi-award winning war correspondent
“Well worth watching... makes it easy to see how the facts were misused to get us to war in Iraq” – Clare Short MP
“Intense... Holroyd doesn’t much lift the lid as tear it off” – Little White Lies
The first film to consider Iraq since the recent U.S. elections, WMD paints a chilling portrait of how democratically elected leaders, when left unchecked, can use their power to change the global landscape forever.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb discuss a study from Cornell University that found on Fridays people are the thinnest they ll be all week. Also, Hoda confesses that she sometimes tells white lies (and not very well) to avoid going to events.
MESSAGE FROM MARVIN MARVIN: Today we are going to talk about one of the STRANGEST human behaviors...
The Mentalist: Season 6: Episode 11 -- The FBI is tasked with finding the killer of several DEA agents, and Jane goes on a date with a beautiful woman associated with the case.
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