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The Mind of Manson

The Mind of Manson

09/04/14 05:09PM

Charles Manson was once known as "the most dangerous man alive." Here, Manson’s unshackled and unapologetic interview is examined by a former FBI profiler. watch

Caught on Camera: On Patrol

Caught on Camera: On Patrol

08/03/14 08:00PM

They Patrol our streets, our highways, and our borders, where anything can happen. Officers of the law see it all – and so do their cameras. watch

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

Sex Slaves: Polk County

Sex Slaves: Polk County

07/08/14 05:41PM

Go undercover with Florida’s Polk County Sheriff’s Department as they help free trafficked women and arrest the Johns. watch

Underwater Dreams

Underwater Dreams

07/02/14 05:08PM

Four teenage boys from the desert built an underwater robot from Home Depot parts, and in the process, went up against engineering powerhouse MIT. watch

"Scenes of a Crime" subject Adrian Thomas found not guilty in retrial

06/25/14 11:22AM

In June 2014, Thomas was acquitted of killing his infant son after the New York State Court of Appeals ordered a new trial for him, citing among other reasons “highly coercive” techniques used by police during his interrogation. In 2009, Thomas was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to 25 years to life. read more

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