An examination of the media's coverage of the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti in 2010. Included: a tour of Port-au-Prince to survey the damage; a visit to rural areas that were basically untouched; and interviews with Dan Rather and Haitian photojournalist Daniel Morel.
A look at Wall Street machinations and how the media portrayed the problems in the financial-services industry. Reporter Charlie LeDuff visits Washington, D.C., in an attempt to find answers from government officials and interviews Rolling Stone writer Matt Taibbi about the media and Wall Street.
A study of the United States' attempts at reconstruction in Afghanistan features a look at a massive new power plant near Kabul and trouble-plagued projects involving dams, schools, clinics and roads. Included are interviews with members of the Afghan parliament and Afghani citizens. Nir Rosen, who was once kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, is the reporter.
The Season 3 opener examines the Tea Party movement. Included: coverage of a protest in Montgomery, Ala., and a trip to New York to look at the consortium of movers and shakers behind the grassroots uprising. Max Blumenthal is the reporter.