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Inside: Secret America

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Peabody Award-winning investigative journalists Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster take viewers inside the nation's underground networks and to the heart of worlds rarely seen by the public. Using a combination of hidden camera techniques and exclusive access, van Zeller and Foster provide hard-hitting investigations of such controversial issues as gun control, animal cruelty, synthetic drugs, sex trafficking and homelessness.

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aired 71 days ago
Van Zeller and Foster visit a gun enthusiast community in Ariz., a state with some of the most permissive gun laws in America.
aired 71 days ago
Journalists Mariana van Zeller and Darren Foster explore the synthetic drug craze in America.
aired 71 days ago
Investigative journalists hit the streets of Los Angeles to experience homelessness in America.
aired 71 days ago
Van Zeller and Foster meet with covert animal activists who lead hidden camera exposés that have resulted in increased scrutiny of slaughterhouses, farms and research labs.
aired 94 days ago
Visit the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Kentucky, known not only for its fine bourbon but also for its famous ghost stories.
aired 94 days ago
Van Zeller and Foster set out to uncover the truth behind the salacious sex trade, focusing on the men who buy and sell women in order to work them on the streets.

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