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MSNBC Digital Documentaries (formerly called MSNBC Originals) have been created specifically for online viewing on msnbc.com.  Can't get enough of documentaries on TV?  Watch informative, exciting reporting from around the world right here.  Only online, on msnbc.com.

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A lake so "toxic" it's Caribbean blue

A lake so "toxic" it's Caribbean blue

12/19/14 05:02PM

The Environmental Protection Agency ruled that coal ash is a "non-hazardous" waste, a move criticized by environmental groups like Earthjustice. Produced by the non-profit law organization, "Little Blue" looks at how coal ash affected one Pennsylvania community. watch

Prying open the stage door

Prying open the stage door

12/17/14 07:01PM

Breaking Glass: Playwright Marsha Norman once said women are "welcome at the front door of the theatre but not at the stage door." Of 51 Broadway shows this season, six had sets designed by women. Three of those were by Anna Louizos. watch

Epilogue: The Umbrella Movement

Epilogue: The Umbrella Movement

12/17/14 11:35AM

A follow up to MSNBC.com's exclusive feature-length documentary "The Umbrella Movement," our cameras spend one final night with Hong Kong protesters before police move in. watch

Home is where the dumpster is

Home is where the dumpster is

12/16/14 04:26PM

Self-described 'Professor Dumpster' has lived in a 6x6 trash can in Austin, Texas, for almost a year. He's on a mission to teach sustainability, but what happens when P-Dumpy finds a girlfriend? watch

Ricochet: Epilogue: Not standing for silence

Ricochet: Epilogue: Not standing for silence

12/12/14 06:28PM

Why, instead of standing up for victims of gun violence in places like Sandy Hook, U.S. Representative Robin Kelly chooses to sit in silent protest, and parents who have lost children cope with their loss by channeling their grief into activism and art. watch

'And then hell broke loose'

'And then hell broke loose'

12/05/14 08:19PM

MSNBC.com’s exclusive feature-length documentary “The Umbrella Movement” reflects on the hopes, clashes, symbols, guardians, memories and frustrations of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests with commentary by President of the Legislative Council Jasper Tsang and student leader Nathan Law. watch

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