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Sex Slaves: The Windy City

Sex Slaves: The Windy City

03/28/13 08:00PM

Meet 46-year-old Carlissa, who is perhaps the day’s saddest case for the Cook County Human Trafficking Task Force. This grandmother of two who has been in the game for years has outlived her usefulness to a pimp, and now sells herself for $20 to... watch

File Photo: (VIDEO CAPTURE) In this image from video, U.S. President George W. Bush announces that the U.S. military struck at "targets of opportunity" in Iraq March 19, 2003 in Washington, DC. Air defense sirens and anti-aircraft fire was reported...

How the Bush administration sold the Iraq war

03/22/13 10:59AM

ANALYSIS: As the Obama White House vigorously defends its policy of using drone strikes to kill suspected terrorists—including in some cases American citizens—it invokes the findings of secret intelligence showing that the targets pose an “imminent” threat to the U.S. read more

Caught on Camera: Fear

Caught on Camera: Fear

03/19/13 08:00PM

Father-son duo, Matt and Caleb Fabry, operate Town and Country Pest Solutions in Rochester, NY. In this web extra, watch as Matt demonstrates how he feeds bedbugs that they keep to test new treatments! They’re not your everyday house pets! watch

Caught on Camera: Fear

Caught on Camera: Fear

03/14/13 08:00PM

Fast-moving, unpredictable, and just plain gross. The creepiest and crawliest of creatures can manage to unhinge even nerves of steel. And when their numbers grow to infestations – getting rid of them becomes a daunting task. watch

Caught on Camera: Revolution

Caught on Camera: Revolution

03/11/13 08:00PM

Waves of uprisings spread through the Arab world in 2011—landing in Libya. Meet Tracey Shelton, a freelance journalist from Australia who for months followed a group of militia fighters. She was the first Western journalist to arrive at the scene of... watch

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