13 films Found
The Creation Museum in Kentucky has inflamed the bitter debate between believers and atheists in the US. This report gets inside the huge $17 million dollar exhibit and meets its unequivocal preacher.
Cynicism is not new in the US political arena. But several months into the Republican primaries, and with 8 to go, voters are switching off. Is the mudslinging of candidates starting to take its toll?
Two years after the Gulf of Mexico disaster BP say the area is back in business. But in reality oil is washing up on the beaches, local residents are falling ill and the peak of the crisis is yet to come.
The killing of Trayvon Martin has divided America, raising questions about Florida's controversial 'Stand Your Ground' law. Can justice ever be served on the street? When does self-defence become murder?
The publication of Glenn Carle's account of the CIA's investigation methods has been fraught with controversy. This report discusses the former agent's shocking claims with him and asks why he is speaking out.
What would you do if you found yourself in the middle of a mass shooting? In the US they're spending a fortune to answer this question for people living in fear of an attack but wanting to keep their guns.
When a man in Miami chewed off a homeless man's face earlier this year a little-known drug was blamed. This report investigates how 'bath salts' are wreaking havoc across the USA as the number of addicts grows.
When Shaima Alawadi, an Iraqi American mother of five, was beaten to death it drew attention to Islamophobia in the US. But was her murder a hate crime or an honour killing within the Iraqi community?