Investigative Journalism TV Programs List

 
 
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    Home Health Care
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    State of Denial
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    Chesapeake Bay Pollution Investigation
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    Deadly Mistakes
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    Rajneesh Update
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    CNN Perspectives
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    Burning Questions
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    How Far Will the Army Go?
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    Friends in High Places
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    The Darfur Crisis
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    Medicaid Dental Centers Investigation
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    Israel's Secret Weapon
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    Slavery
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    Target Seven: Armed and Angry
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    Who's Watching the Store?
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    Caution: Precious Cargo.
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    The Best Insurance Commissioner Money Can Buy
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    MCA and the Mob
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    Inside Bridgewater
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    Drake Hospital Investigation
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    AIDS Lifeline
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    A World of Difference
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    Investigation of Dr. Milan Vuitch
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    Armed and Dangerous
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    A Higher Standard
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    Apartheid's People
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    Political Parasites
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    Patterns of Practice
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    A Call for Help
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    To Save Our Schools, To Save Our Children
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    Give Me That Bigtime Religion
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    Studebaker: Less Than They Promised
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    Prisoners of the Harvest
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    Killing Crime: A Police Cop-out
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    Oklahoma Shame
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    Broken Arrow: Can a Nuclear Weapons Accident Happen Here?
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    Séptimo día
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    Pièces à Conviction
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    For the Record
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    Don't Get Done, Get Dom
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    Investigative Documentaries
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    Periodismo para todos
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    Buyer Beware!
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    Ombudsman
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    Marketplace
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    Carte Blanche
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    16x9
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    Vanguard
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    Watchdog
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