The Baby Squad Investigators travel the globe on crime-solving adventures, unraveling mysteries from the Tower of London to the Pyramids of Egypt.
Director Karen Winther speaks with former violent extremists, including Angela from the U.S. and Soren from Denmark, about their decisions to leave.
Beetle Bailey and his army buddies have hilarious adventures.
Five students are chosen by INET to become the Megarangers and fight the Nejirejia.
From the Country Club of Charleston, in Charleston, S.C.
The latest pregame, halftime and postgame coverage of the FIFA Women's World Cup live from Paris.
Review of the draft picks the Houston Texans made and their impact on the 2019 team and season.
Coverage of Sunday Mass from the Maritimes.
The competition of international athletes features stamina, skill, tactics, training, and strategy in multiple courses of events. These courses are designed to push the strongmen to their absolute limits. From Bradenton, Fla.
Zach Anner comes to SoulPancake to learn more about faith and various religions.
A Columbia University forum on immigrant children includes NPR's Maria Hinojosa talking about her immigration story.
Highlights of awards, including Regional Best Chef winners, America's Classics honorees, Leadership Award honorees, Lifetime Achievement honoree Patrick O'Connell, Humanitarian of the Year honoree The Giving Kitchen and the Outstanding Chef award.
Set in the year 2199, "Pandora" is a science fiction action series about a resourceful young woman who has lost everything but finds a new life at Earth's Space Training Academy, where she and her friends learn and train to defend the galaxy from threats, both alien and human. During their adventures, she begins to discover secrets about the nature of her own identity and decides that she must uncover the truth and find out whether she will be humanity's savior or the instrument of its destruction.
Final day coverage of Premier League with relegation places are to be decided.
A detailed look at five of the world's most spectacular natural wonders, and the wildlife and breathtaking landscapes that surround the iconic locations.
Appearing at the prestigious Montreux Jazz Festival in 1977, Bonnie Raitt had been supporting her release `Sweet Forgiveness', which featured her first charting single, a cover of Del Shannon's Runaway, which would peak at the 57th position on the Billboard Pop charts. Although it would still be 12 years before she became a national star, this 1977 show proves she was no stranger to the Blues community, pulling selections from her 6 albums at that point.
Celebrating the most memorable moments from the past 100 years of the NHL.
Isobel, now living with Nikolaus, meets her new neighbors and two old friends return.
A panel discussion covers how maternal and infant mortality disproportionately impacts communities of color in Indiana.
The press conference for the upcoming Crawford vs. Khan bout.
Attorney General William Barr holds a news conference on the release of the Mueller report.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) delivers an address in Dublin to members and former members of the Irish parliament on the 100th anniversary of the first sitting of Ireland's lower house of parliament.
Journalists and foreign diplomats discuss the 2019 World Press Freedom Index released by Reporters Without Borders at The Washington Post in Washington, D.C.
Chuck & Michael: Ultimate Markdown.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Kathy Kraninger delivers remarks at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, D.C.; her remarks are followed by a panel discussion.
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Gem Treasures: Ultimate Markdown.
The Mouse and His Child (1977)
A mechanical mouse and his son have a series of adventures in pursuit of their dream of becoming self-winding.
A Matter of Time (1976)
During a press conference, international star Nina (Liza Minnelli) remembers simpler times, flashing back to her days as a maid in a run-down Italian hotel. As a young woman, Nina befriends Contessa Sanziani (Ingrid Bergman), an elderly woman who entertains Nina with memories of her vibrant, wealthy life with Count Sanziani (Charles Boyer). Inspired by her tales of success, young Nina fantasizes about her own adventures and seeks to find the same excitement in her life.
Massacre at Central High (1976)
Maimed by bullies at a California high school, a new student (Derrel Maury) engineers acts of revenge.
The Master Touch (1972)
An ex-convict safecracker (Kirk Douglas) plans a big caper, with a trapeze artist (Giuliano Gemma) for diversion.
Me, Natalie (1969)
A plain young woman (Patty Duke) gets an apartment in Greenwich Village, meets an artist (James Farentino) and acts kooky.
The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964)
After inventing a special mind-reading helmet, college student Merlin Jones (Tommy Kirk) learns of a crime a local judge (Leon Ames) is secretly plotting to commit. When the police won't listen, Merlin teams up with his girlfriend (Annette Funicello), and the two manage to sneak into the judge's house looking for evidence of criminal behavior. When the judge turns out to be a crime novelist rather than an actual criminal, Jones realizes that his invention could use a little work.
The Newton Boys (1998)
Seeking an escape from poverty, sibling Texas farmers (Matthew McConaughey, Skeet Ulrich, Ethan Hawke) gain notoriety as daring 1920s bank robbers.
No Surrender (1985)
Chaos erupts at a Liverpool, England, pub when an error in scheduling means two groups of older men have booked the venue for a celebration at the same time. Making things even worse, one cadre is a bunch of dedicated Roman Catholics from Ireland, the other is a gathering of devoted Protestants. The evening's entertainment only aggravates the tense situation, with a raucous punk ensemble being followed by a frazzled magician known as Rosco de Ville (Elvis Costello).
No Deposit, No Return (1976)
Mischievous youngsters Tracy (Kim Richards) and Jay (Brad Savage) quickly grow tired of staying with their dull but wealthy grandpa, J.W. Osborne (David Niven). So they devise a brilliant scheme in hopes of funding a plane trip to China to visit their mom. The kids enlist bumbling burglars Bert (Don Knotts) and Duke (Darren McGavin) to kidnap them, then demand a huge ransom check from Osborne. Unexpectedly, the children and the crooks bond and begin forgetting all about their arrangement.
Never on Tuesday (1988)
Two guys (Andrew Lauer, Pete Berg) from Ohio are stranded on the road with a beauty (Claudia Christian) who gives them some bad news.
Nazis at the Center of the Earth (2012)
Antarctic researchers are taken captive by decaying, underground Nazis who are planning a new Third Reich.
Nice Guys (2005)
Hoping to finance a movie, a man (Corin Nemec) plans to steal marijuana and then return it for a reward.
A virtual-reality hero (Diego Abatantuono) with human awareness begs his creator (Christopher Lambert) to erase the game, but ruthless marketers plan otherwise.
Night and the City (1992)
Harry Fabian (Robert De Niro) is a crooked lawyer running cons all over New York City. After he fails at a boxing scam, he finds himself in dire financial straits and takes a loan from a merciless moneylender named Mr. Peck (Eli Wallach). When he needs help paying Peck back, Harry turns to Helen (Jessica Lange), a married waitress he is sleeping with. He begins to plot one last con -- that double-crosses many of his allies. With no friends left around town, Harry's luck goes from bad to worse.
The Nest (1988)
A scientist, a sheriff (Franc Luz), an exterminator and an island mayor's (Robert Lansing) daughter (Lisa Langlois) hunt mutant cockroaches.
Scientists find evil and a hologram man (Michael Praed) aboard an old spaceship leased to explore a planet.
Night Train to Terror (1985)
God and Satan discuss the fates of three people on a train.
A man's (Michael Ontkean) wife (Pamela Franklin) discovers his new boss's (Orson Welles) toy factory is actually a front for the occult.
The Omega Man (1971)
Led by a former TV newscaster (Anthony Zerbe), light-sensitive mutants stalk the last normal man (Charlton Heston) on Earth.
Only the Strong (1993)
Louis Stevens' (Mark Dacascos) service as a member of an elite military unit kept him out of the country for several years. Now that he's back home in Florida, he's dismayed at what's become of his old high school. He sees that drug dealers, dispatched by local overlord Silverio (Paco Christian Prieto), sell on school grounds with little fear of getting caught. A skilled martial artist, Louis is determined to end the drug peddling, but to do so he'll probably have to duke it out with Silverio.
An innocent convict returns from the grave and seeks vengeance against the warden responsible for his death 25 years ago.
Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)
The evil alien known as the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm) has infiltrated the minds of Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Bannister). The two friends embark on a journey to find and kill him, only to discover that he has destroyed town after town, leaving zombies in place of the living. Along the way, Mike and Reggie meet several characters who share their goal, including a murderous boy named Tim (Kevin Connors) and two young women who are excellent fighters.
The Pool Boys (2011)
A pool cleaner and a gardener hatch a scheme to make money by turning an empty mansion into a home for prostitutes.
Platoon Leader (1988)
An American lieutenant leads a small band of soldiers into the Vietnamese jungle on a relentless search for enemy forces.
Prime Cut (1972)
A Chicago mob collector (Lee Marvin) calls on a Kansas cattleman (Gene Hackman) who also deals in prostitutes and drugs.
Ping Pong Playa (2007)
Don't just win. Destroy.
Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1994)
In a small Kansas town in 1958, a group of teenagers torture and kill a disfigured orphan named Tommy (J.P. Manoux). After 35 years, another gang of teens (Andrew Robinson, Ami Dolenz, Soleil Moon Frye) robs the cabin of an old witch (Lilyan Chauvin). Using some blood and a spell taken from her house, the teens inadvertently resurrect Tommy's soul in the form of the demon Pumpkinhead (Mark McCracken). Enraged, Pumpkinhead goes after the teens who summoned him and the men who killed Tommy.
Lilah Krytsick (Sally Field) is a mother and housewife who's always believed she could be a stand-up comedian. Steven Gold (Tom Hanks) is an experienced stand-up seemingly on the cusp of success. When the two meet, they form an unlikely friendship, and Steven tries to help the untried Lilah develop her stage act. Despite the objections of her family and some very wobbly beginnings, Lilah improves, and soon she finds herself competing with Steven for a coveted television spot.
Miss All-American Beauty (1982)
A beauty pageant's trainer (Cloris Leachman), director and PR man (David Dukes) try to make the winning teen (Diane Lane) fit their image.
The Destructors (1974)
U.S. agent Steve Ventura (Anthony Quinn) is stationed in Paris to investigate a drug ring led by Jacques Brizard (James Mason). Unsettled by the news that Brizard's men have killed his predecessors, Ventura seeks a way to bring him down. Taking a local policeman's advice, he hires a hitman to take out the kingpin, and it turns out he's hired his old friend, John Deray (Michael Caine). After learning that Brizard is wanted alive, Ventura must find a way to stop the hit before it's too late.
Manufacturing Dissent (2007)
Failing to score an interview with the man himself, two filmmakers assemble a profile of documentarian Michael Moore by interviewing figures from his past.
Maybe Baby (2000)
Sam (Hugh Laurie) and Lucy (Joely Richardson) Bell are a married couple who seem to have it all: good looks, successful careers (as a BBC-TV commissioning editor and agent, respectively), matching motorbikes, and an enthusiastic love life. The only thing they lack is the one thing they want most - a baby. Sam and Lucy's love for each other, the most important thing they both have, will now truly be put to the test ... with surprising results.
Crack 6-T (1997)
This gritty drama depicts the lives of French youths, including an unemployed troublemaker, living in a ghetto outside of Paris. Amidst widespread poverty and drug addiction, two rival gangs torment the local residents, commit brazenly destructive acts and continually challenge each other, perpetuating a seemingly endless cycle of violence and hatred. Eventually, the two groups have a showdown at a chaotic concert, bringing their long-standing feud to an anger-fueled confrontation.
The Maddening (1995)
A couple (Burt Reynolds, Angie Dickinson), made crazy by the loss of a son and his family, abduct a woman (Mia Sara) and daughter who look familiar.
Magic in the Water (1995)
On vacation at a beautiful lake in British Columbia, Ashley (Sarah Wayne) and Joshua (Joshua Jackson), the children of workaholic radio host Jack Black (Mark Harmon), learn about its mythical inhabitant, a sea monster named Orky. Soon, the kids learn that Orky is not only real, he's attempting to communicate with humans to warn them that an evil corporation is illegally dumping pollutants into his home. They try to save Orky with the help of an elderly Native American (Frank Sotonoma Salsedo).
Mirror, Mirror (1990)
An antique mirror gives a student (Rainbow Harvest) the black-magic power to punish classmates who torment her.
Mack the Knife (1989)
London highwayman Capt. Macheath (Raul Julia) woos the beggar king's (Richard Harris) daughter in this version of "The Threepenny Opera."
Over the Brooklyn Bridge (1984)
Born and bred in Brooklyn, N.Y., Alby Sherman (Elliott Gould) has worked his whole life at his family's deli. But he has bigger ambitions -- namely, moving across the East River to open a high-end restaurant in Manhattan. Although he has a prime location wrapped up, Alby lacks the money to get started. When he asks his well-to-do uncle Benjamin (Sid Caesar) to make an investment, the man agrees -- if Alby will leave his girlfriend, Elizabeth (Margaux Hemingway), and marry a Jewish girl.
Operation Daybreak (1976)
British-trained Czech partisans (Timothy Bottoms, Martin Shaw, Joss Ackland) come home to assassinate the Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich.
Oh, God! Book II (1980)
Little Tracy Richards (Louanne) is a seemingly normal girl, but one day she sees God (George Burns) in a restaurant and begins talking to him. She feels this is a call to create an ad campaign to spread God's word, but the adults around her believe otherwise. Her parents, Paula (Suzanne Pleshette) and Don (David Birney), are worried, while psychiatrist Dr. Jerome Newell (Anthony Holland) gives her an extreme diagnosis. But Tracy soon benefits from some divine intervention.
Black Sheep (2009)
A beautiful girl (Ximena Romo) complicates matters between an orphaned shepherd (Christian Vzquez) and his rival (Ivn Arana).
Outta Time (2002)
After a knee injury causes him to lose his soccer scholarship, David Morales (Mario Lopez) must find a way to pay for college. His ex, Emma (Tava Smiley), introduces David to the mysterious Professor Darabont who has a job proposal for him. He accepts the job delivering packages across the Mexican border. Even though David has been assured that the packages are legal, he is still uneasy about the job and once he pays off his tuition, decides to quit. But it's not that simple.
One More Saturday Night (1986)
Band members (Tom Davis, Al Franken), a baby sitter and other residents try to relieve weekend boredom in St. Cloud, Minn.
One More Train to Rob (1971)
Chinese friends help a train robber (George Peppard) get even with a partner (John Vernon) for railroading him to prison.
Once Upon a Time in China II (1992)
A martial arts teacher (Jet Li) protects his students and his aunt (Rosamund Kwan) from a mercenary.
O.C. and Stiggs (1987)
Two guys (Daniel Jenkins, Neill Barry) target an Arizona insurance tycoon (Paul Dooley) for canceling one's grandfather.
Problem gambling among baby boomers, including the emotional and financial consequences and treating gambling addictions in older adults.
Diagnosed with a rare childhood cancer just weeks after high school graduation, athlete Lauren McCullough promotes awareness and funding for pediatric cancer research as she works to complete her bucket list.
The dazzling shades of blue, swaying palms and lush greenery of a tropical getaway.
Player interviews, equipment reviews, pro tips, and course profiles from the Voice of Canadian Golf.
Featuring the top plays and best moments from the month of April.
Featuring the funniest moments and mishaps from the month of April.
Author Cara Robertson ("The Trial of Lizzie Borden") examines the murder trial of Lizzie Borden in 1893.
Author James Vlahos ("Talk to Me: How Voice Computing Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Think") reports on the rise and future of voice computing, like Siri, Google and Alexa.
Author Reshma Saujani ("Brave, Not Perfect: Fear Less, Fail More, and Live Bolder") discusses her career, activism, and the feminist movement.
Scholars at the Center for Strategic and International Studies discuss findings from a new survey on public perceptions of U.S.-Russia relations.
When millionaire investment banker Ted Ammon is found beaten to death in his East Hampton, N.Y., mansion, police must separate truth from rumors in order to solve this vicious crime.
A skin-care line treats skin imperfections for a flawless, youthful appearance; premium anti-aging ingredients such as caviar, Vitamin A and Vitamin C help reduce the look of wrinkles and fine lines without being harsh on skin.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo holds a press conference with reporters.
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams talks about her book, "Lead From the Outside: How to Build Your Future and Make Real Change."
U.S Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials testify on migration at the southern border before the Senate Homeland Security Committee.