CIA: America's Secret Warriors: The Phoenix Program
On Discovery Channel's "CIA: America's Secret Warriors," learn about the infamous CIA operation known as The Phoenix Program, which tried to stop the communist movement in Vietnam.
Spytek: Training for Counter Terrorism
The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) runs a training facility in rural Virginia where law enforcement goes to learn how to counter terrorism. Learn more about counterterrorism on Discovery Channel's "Spytek."
Discovery Atlas: Indian Caste System
The Indian caste system places people in a hierarchy of social order. See how the different castes were designated to only perform certain jobs with Discovery Channel's series "Discovery Atlas: India Revealed."
Edward Bernays, Part I: Of Cigarettes and Suffragettes
Nowadays Edward Bernays, often called "the Father of Public Relations," remains a relatively obscure historical figure. His techniques are found in everything from the food we eat to the things we believe. Tune in to learn more.
Edward Bernays, Part 2: How to Sell a War
It is no secret that legendary PR man Edward Bernays changed the American mind about numerous products, but he did not stop there. Learn how Bernays used his skills to assist US Presidents and global corporations as they waged war on Guatemala.
NY Ink: Tila Tequila
Reality star Tila Tequila pops into Wooster Street Social Club and is so thrilled with her tattoo that she plans to "walk around topless everywhere she goes" to show it off.
Homicide Hunter: Botched Sexual Assault
Lt. Joe Kenda gets a confession from a young boy who worked at the flower shop with the murder victim. His story is that the man he killed tried to sexually assault him and "blacked out" after hitting the man with a rock several times.