It started in the spring of 1991 when the assault on Rodney King by four white police officers was caught on tape. It was escalated by the light sentence given to a shop owner for the shooting death of an innocent teenage girl. But it was with the police officers' acquittal that six days of rioting took hold of Los Angeles.
Follow the story of how Pittsburgh fought back when its name was evoked by the president while withdrawing from the Paris Agreement in 2017.
After the last elections in Russia, mass protests against vote-rigging led to violent clashes in Moscow. They were the biggest challenge Vladimir Putin has ever faced to his rule. Four years on and some demonstrators are still serving long prison sentences. The laws on protesting have been tightened and arrests continue. As Russia gears up for its next elections, this documentary meets some of those caught up in the 2012 protests and asks what their experiences tell us about President Putin's Russia.
The story of Mark Karpeles who, in 2015, was imprisoned for falsifying computer data and the embezzlement of 850,000 bitcoins the year prior.
A group of 3200 men are awaiting their execution on death row, and there are also 60 women. Who are they? We decided to follow four of them.
With unprecedented access, National Geographic cameras go behind-the-scenes with the US Secret Service; the past and present teams tasked with covering the president wherever he goes.
A nervous man has brought a bag of tea and coffee which turns out to be much more than a beverage. A couple returning to Australia have a very creepy collection they've brought home with them.
Musician and documentary maker Professor Green investigates the social issues affecting young people today. He takes a look at what life is really like for children living on the breadline.
When politicians and property developers threaten to transform Sydney's Waterloo, the locals fight back: their war cry is an ambitious artwork, the making of which will both unite and divide.
Customs suspect two men who have arrived separately may be connected somehow. An aggressive passenger turns nasty, forcing officers to take dramatic action. A suspicious parcel contains an unexpected concealment.
Packed with drama, high emotions, and cliff-hanger moments, this is the intimate and personal history of struggle and perseverance that propelled Australia to say "Yes" to marriage equality. The film shows how a group of determined individuals fought tirelessly against unjust laws that treated LGBTIQ people as second-class citizens, creating a movement that saw them go from criminals to legally equal over the course of five decades.
Investigative journalists Ruby and Neil return to the bush near Barrenjoey Road where violence and sexual assaults took place in the months before Trudie disappeared. They uncover new evidence and compelling leads.
A woman who's just had her breasts enhanced on holidays is caught carrying vials of drugs. An unsuspecting passenger has a run-in with a relentless officer. Quarantine find an animal's head in the mail.
Tom makes headlines as he's engulfed in the news cycle after tweeting a selfie with Michael Cohen, culminating in a string of bizarre cable news appearances.
Investigative journalists Ruby Jones and Neil Mercer probe the police investigation into Trudie Adams' disappearance and 14 attacks that took place in the same area around the same time.
Go behind the scenes of our Immigration Customs and Quarantine departments. Narrated by Grant Bowler.
Tom thinks a billionaire and convicted paedophile may have recorded Donald Trump at one of his infamous parties. Anthony Scaramucci offers his unique point of view.
This true crime story begins with the mystery of 18-year-old Trudie Adams' disappearance 40 years ago. It leads our investigators to the dark heart of Australia: high-level corruption, cover-ups, drug deals and many murders.
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