Based on the true story of Mohammed Assaf, the Palestinian singer who crossed borders and defied the odds to win the second season of "Arab Idol."
In the wake of the prisoner exchange, Doron disappears, Walid confronts Abu Ahmed about his tactics, and Moreno's boss threatens to dissolve the team.
Alf goes against the chief police inspector’s orders, following a murder, and Marco's true identity is revealed.
While Moreno tries to track down the rogue team, Doron sinks his hooks deeper into Shirin.
The Ti’at Society exists to reconnect with the ocean and with ancestors who used plank canoes.
When Heidi Lucero collects naturally occuring asphaltum from natural deposits along the coast, she feels the presence of her ancestors paddling between the California and Catalina coasts.
The making of this wooden boat is all about relationship building and reconnecting with the coast.
An Egyptian pigeon fighter is determined to beat a rival neighborhood in his final duel.
"Mother of the Earth" takes a look at Hayedeh Shirzadi and her husband's attempts to put an end to the dumping and burial of urban garbage in their city.
Los Angeles’s water sources run as far as hundreds of miles away.
Tribal elders and water experts offer a window into the history of water in Owens Valley and how it ran dry.
A constant battle over water inspired the Big Pine Paiute Tribe to revisit the irrigation traditions of their ancestors and connect them to modern solutions.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the U.S. House of Representatives is drafting articles of of impeachment charges against President Trump.
U.S. Congress asks legal experts if President Trump’s actions on Ukraine warrant impeachment. The majority say yes.
A damming impeachment report accuses Donald Trump of soliciting help from Ukraine’s president to boost his chances of reelection.
A fierce gun fight between a drug cartel and security forces drives up the death toll on what’s become Mexico’s worst day in history for homicides.
"Tending Nature" shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
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A top Israeli agent comes out of retirement to hunt for a Palestinian fighter he thought he'd killed.
"Follow The Money" takes us into the world of economic crime in the banks, on the stock exchanges, and in the board rooms.
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Jonathan Foley and Jurriaan Kamp sit down to talk about the unexpected, single biggest solution to global warming — the education of girls in developing countries.
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“They’re working several jobs in order to make ends meet in addition to going to school. They come in hoping that financial aid will cover everything and they find out it will not.”