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Caught on Camera: Dash Cam Diaries

Caught on Camera: Dash Cam Diaries

09/25/13 08:00PM

A policeman has a hunch when he sees a huskie running in the road without his owner- little does he know, this brave dog is about to lead him to raging fire and a human in trouble. watch

Sex Slaves: Motor City

Sex Slaves: Motor City

09/25/13 08:00PM

MSNBC goes undercover with the FBI in Michigan as they battle to rescue the young and the lost caught in the grip of sexual slavery in Motor City. watch

Chained to My Ex: Give Me the Keys

Chained to My Ex: Give Me the Keys

08/27/13 08:00PM

Melinda and her ex-husband, Jim, have been divorced for fourteen years; they are still living together in the same house.  Melinda believes Jim has a drinking problem, and Jim believes that Melinda shows no affection—find out how they make it work…or... watch

Chained to My Ex: Give Me the Keys

Chained to My Ex: Give Me the Keys

08/27/13 08:00PM

Melinda’s ex-husband Jim suffers from potentially fatal Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease (COPD) and still smokes more than three packs of cigarettes a day. Although Melinda and Jim are divorced, they are still living together. Melinda spends much... watch

Chained to My Ex: I Want You Gone

Chained to My Ex: I Want You Gone

08/26/13 08:00PM

Debbie and Peter, two exes still living together, must also navigate raising a child. A point of tension: Debbie sleeps until late in the afternoon, leaving all childcare duties to Peter, who is also attempting to balance his job. watch

Chained to My Ex: I Want You Gone!

Chained to My Ex: I Want You Gone!

08/26/13 08:00PM

Debbie and Peter are long separated… but still living together. With a child and a rocky financial situation, it looks like they may never get out from under the same roof. watch

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