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Residents in a small Midwestern town survive a devastating tornado, but slowly begin to resent a man whose home and business were affected by the disaster.
A chronicle of the 1970s scandal caused by New York Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich, who admitted to swapping wives with one another.
The head of security at the company in charge of McDonald's multi-million dollar 'Monopoly' game gets his hands on winning tickets and builds a vast network of people are willing to pay for them.
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An adaptation of the comic book centered on a man who is physiologically altered after fusing with an alien artifact. His new transferable power -- the inability to feel pain -- attracts ... See full summary »
Edmund Morel, a shipping agent turned investigative reporter, befriends Irish patriot Roger Casement to expose King Leopold II of Belgium's genocidal pursuit of rubber in 1880's Congo.
Early 20th Century explorers Robert Falcon Scott and Roald Amundsen spark an international competition to become the first to reach the South Pole.
Chronicles the true story of the first detectives in Boston.
A look at the corruptions scandal involving the leaders of the international football organization, FIFA.
A drama about the global water crisis.
A veteran lawyer must defend a man in what promises to be the most dramatic trial of his career.
The story of promising young politician, Robert F. Kennedy, who served as U.S. Attorney General to his brother, John F. Kennedy, and later ran for President in 1968.