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The Killing Game?

The Killing Game?

10/12/11 08:00PM

In March 2002, five friends filmed themselves kidnapping a young woman. Five days later, the friends are arrested on charges including kidnapping and assault. But is it real? Or are you watching a game? watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa - You Feel Me?

Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa - You Feel Me?

10/07/11 08:00PM

19-year-old Kendrick Morris faces two consecutive 60-year prison sentences. Watch as he talks to his mother about what helps him cope with his time in solitary confinement. An all-new Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa airs Saturday at 10 p.m. ET on msnbc. watch

Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa - You Feel Me?

Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa - You Feel Me?

10/07/11 08:00PM

Inmate Kenneth Jackson receives a surprise love letter from a female inmate. But, if she had known his charges, she may have thought twice about writing. See what Jackson has to say to his new pen pal in Lockup Extended Stay: Tampa - You Feel Me? watch

17 Days: Buried Alive

17 Days: Buried Alive

09/25/11 08:00PM

In October 2010, 33 Chilean miners were trapped beneath the Earth's surface more than two weeks after a massive underground rockslide - the height of the Empire State Building - literally buried them alive. After their rescue, the miners swore to one... watch

Caught on Camera: Flying on the Edge

Caught on Camera: Flying on the Edge

09/23/11 08:00PM

Air shows and air races rely on the same formula: speed, noise and a sense of imminent danger that, sometimes, is all too real. How safe are these events for spectators and participants? Some of the answers lie in the dramatic footage of these aerial... watch

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