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EXPOSÉ: America's Investigative Reports
EXPOSÉ 2008 Season
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Think Like a Terrorist (Pt. 1)
Reporter Carl Prine of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reveals security shortfalls in the nation's chemical plants. (Originally aired June 2007)
Think Like a Terrorist (Pt. 2)
Carl Prine expands his investigation to include the transport of deadly toxics via the U.S. railways. (Originally aired June 2007)
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Quid Pro Quo
The Copley News Service and The San Diego Union-Tribune go inside the Beltway and expose the bribes-for-government-contracts scheme that made Congressman Randy "Duke" Cunningham a rich man, and ultimately landed him in jail. (Originally aired October 2007, updated November 2007)
Friends in High Places
Vanity Fair pulls back the curtain on SAIC, the largest government contractor you've never heard of. (Originally aired July 2007)
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The Scientific Method
EXPOSÉ details the Houston Chonicle investigation that gave a city the answers to some troubling environmental questions. (Originally aired July 2007)
Money for Nothing
A Miami Herald investigation exposes widespread mismanagement and misspending at the Miami-Dade Housing Agency. (Originally aired July 2007)
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Eyes on the Road
Beginning with a deadly crash that killed ten people, this Dallas Morning News investigation examines safety in the nation's trucking industry. (Originally aired September 2007)
Death is Different
McClatchy News Service investigates lawyers who are required by law -- but often fail -- to defend their clients' lives in death penalty cases. (Originally aired September 2007)
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In a Small Town (Pt. 1)
A small-town reporter unearths a long-buried secret within the local Boy Scouts, leading to a pedophile scandal that rocks a community (Part 1). (Originally aired September 2007)
In a Small Town (Pt. 2)
A small-town reporter unearths a long-buried secret within the local Boy Scouts, leading to a pedophile scandal that rocks a community (Part 2).(Originally aired October 2007)
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Security Theater
Going undercover, using hidden cameras, and obtaining government documents, local television news reporters reveal lax security, sleeping guards and failed security tests at some of the nation's busiest airports. (Originally aired October 2007)
Sustained Outrage
In the wake of the Sago Mine disaster, The Charleston Gazette goes deep inside the coal mining industry to reveal the lax safety measures and lack of oversight by a federal agency that can create deadly working conditions. (Originally aired November 2007)
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