Part two premieres tonight on PBS. On Monday: What every responsible journalist should know before casing a joint.
Internet archives like the Wayback Machine take “cyber-snapshots” of websites periodically and store the data in a virtual library.
The second part of “Think Like a Terrorist” premieres online today. Follow Carl Prine as he investigates the security of America’s railways, and hear how he responds to critics who say he is “helping the terrorists” by exposing our vulnerabilities.
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Tomorrow, reporter Carl Prine turns his investigative eye towards America’s railroads in “Think Like a Terrorist, Pt. 2.” The full episode will be streamed online on the EXPOSÉ website.
Not everyone was pleased with reporter Carl Prine’s investigation into the lack of security at America’s chemical facilities
Exposé’s first episode of the season, “Think Like a Terrorist (Pt. 1)” premieres tonight on PBS.
How does one learn the best ways to break into America’s hazardous chemical facilities? From the chemical companies themselves, naturally.
Picture this: A man ducks under a broken fence at a water treatment facility in a small American town. He slips through an unlocked door and stands before a 20-ton tank of chlorine gas.
Cuban migrants who set foot on American soil get to stay as refugees. But those caught at sea are sent back. So, many migrants are no longer taking a boat to Florida. Lygia Navarro reports on what they’re doing now.
The congressional caucus gunning for AG Alberto Gonzalez and, perhaps,
seeking a thorough investigation, seems undeterred by last week’s failure to pass a vote of no confidence against the nation’s lead law enforcer. Subpoenas are now in the works for two White House insiders as Democrats in
Congress press ahead with their investigation into the firing of eight federal prosecutors. Former White House counsel and one-time Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers will soon be called to testify. She’ll be joined by former White House political director Sara Taylor.
It’s a direct volley into the West Wing as the Bush Administration has thus far refused to allow sworn testimony from senior White House officials. If Big Al’s testimony was any indication, however, this volley will be nothing but duds.