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MSNBC premieres three new hours on fighting human trafficking

07/09/14 01:51PM

This July, MSNBC’s Sex Slaves: Fighting Human Trafficking series will premiere three new hours:  Sex Slaves: Polk County (Sunday, July 13th at 10 pm); Sex Slaves: Men Who Stray (Sunday, July 20th at 10 pm) and Sex Slaves:Texas Rescue (Sunday, July 27th at 10 pm).  The Today Show’s Natalie Morales is the series host and narrator. read more

Meet the 'Pot Barons of Colorado'

Meet the 'Pot Barons of Colorado'

10/29/14 04:35PM

Weed is legal and there’s a fortune to be made. Meet the Pot Barons of Colorado—smart, savvy pioneers risking it all to cash in. This new MSNBC series starts Sunday, November 30th at 10 PM! watch

Cult Killer

Cult Killer

10/22/14 05:12PM

After escaping the “Family of Love” religious sect, former member Rick Rodriguez sought revenge for the years of sexual abuse he allegedly endured at the hands of cult leaders. watch

Bodysnatchers of New York

Bodysnatchers of New York

10/22/14 05:07PM

The case of the “New York Body Snatchers” reads more like a pulp horror novel, with a hungry press reporting on over 1000 corpses that had been allegedly stolen, carved up and sold in a million-dollar scheme. watch

In Coldest Blood

In Coldest Blood

10/22/14 05:06PM

Torey Adamcik and Brian Draper were considered average high school boys until one grisly murder, and videotape evidence, shattered their images forever. watch

Runaways: Ocean Beach

Runaways: Ocean Beach

10/16/14 03:55PM

Although known for its surfing and sunny weather – Ocean Beach, California plays host to a growing homeless population of runaway youth. watch

Runaways: Jacksonville

Runaways: Jacksonville

10/16/14 03:54PM

In Jacksonville, Florida, it is illegal to panhandle or sleep in public spaces, so the kids living on the street are forced to stay hidden. watch

City In Fear: Hillside Strangler

City In Fear: Hillside Strangler

10/08/14 05:23PM

The Hillside Strangler is the media epithet for two men, Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, cousins who were convicted of kidnapping, raping, torturing, and killing girls and women from late 1977 to early 1978. watch

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