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O.J.: Made in America: Watch the Exclusive Trailer for ESPN's 7-and-a-Half-Hour Doc

Originally posted 04/08/2016 08:50AM

The public thirst for all things O.J. Simpson – thanks to FX's remarkable American Crime Story, which concluded its 10-week run on Tuesday – is strong. And ESPN is striking at just the right time with a long-in-the-works documentary that takes an even deeper dive into the life and times, and rise and fall, of Simpson himself.

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Controversy Still Swirls Around Anti-Vaccine Documentary After Robert De Niro Pulls It from Tribeca Film Festival

Controversy Still Swirls Around Anti-Vaccine Documentary After Robert De Niro Pulls It from Tribeca Film Festival

Originally posted 03/30/2016 09:35AM

Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro decided to pull a controversial documentary linking vaccines with autism from the upcoming festival's lineup, but the storm surrounding the film, Vaxxed, continues to swirl.

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Gloria Vanderbilt Shares 'All Our Secrets' with Son Anderson Cooper in Touching Trailer for New Documentary

Originally posted 03/23/2016 04:35PM

Gloria Vanderbilt is pulling back the curtain on her remarkable life.

In a poignant new trailer for Nothing Left Unsaid, her upcoming documentary with son Anderson Cooper, the famous heiress looks back at her life and reflects on her expansive career, fascinating love life and experiences with both tragedy and success.

"Growing up, it didn't really have any reality for me, that whole Vanderbilt side of the family," Cooper, 48, says in the trailer of his mother, who was born into one of the wealthiest and most famous families in American history.

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Adam Driver, Gary Sinise and More Salute the Troops with GI Film Festival

Adam Driver, Gary Sinise and More Salute the Troops with GI Film Festival

Originally posted 03/10/2016 03:30PM

Often called "Sundance for the troops," the GI Film Festival on April 7 will present two documentaries with special appearances by Adam Driver, Gary Sinise and Danny Trejo.

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VIDEO: The Transgender Man Who Fought in the Civil War: The Amazing Life and Tragic End of Albert Cashier

Originally posted 03/01/2016 02:00PM

Albert Cashier hid his identity to fight for the Union in the Civil War. Years later, however, his role in the war – and as a man – came under fire.

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VIDEO: The Transgender Heroines Who Started a Revolution: Video Series Explores Activists' Hidden History – and a Possible Murder

Originally posted 03/01/2016 02:00PM

For years, transgender voices have struggled to be heard. But for Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, two transgender women who participated in the Stonewall Riots in 1969, keeping quiet was not an option.

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Chelsea Handler Annoys Robot, Learns About Social Media from Khloé Kardashian in Teaser for New Netflix Series

Originally posted 01/05/2016 01:10PM

[YOUTUBE "TG1NZFz_vEM" "auto"] Chelsea Handler wants to understand how things work. So, the comedian hilariously hit up Silicon Valley.

In a trailer for her upcoming, four-part Netflix documentary series, Chelsea Does, the comedian heads to the California start-up capital to delve into all things tech.

"My whole reason for doing, like, a documentary on tech is because I don't know anything about it and it makes me so frustrated I want to throw s--- all the time," Handler says in the one-minute teaser released Tuesday.

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Inside the Struggle for LGBT Rights in Cameroon: 'It's Normal to Kill Somebody for Being Gay'

Inside the Struggle for LGBT Rights in Cameroon: 'It's Normal to Kill Somebody for Being Gay'

Originally posted 12/08/2015 12:05PM

Two years ago, Cedric Tchante fled his home in Douala, Cameroon, under the cover of night. Between the torture and murder of a dear friend and the death threats against him that had expanded to his mother, it had become clear the then 28-year-old needed to get out fast and in secret.

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Hillary Clinton Recalls Having Some Fun with Chinese Spies During Historic 1995 Trip to Beijing

Originally posted 11/13/2015 11:55AM

Hillary Clinton can laugh about it now – the half-creepy, half-comical spying she felt in her hotel room during her historic 1995 trip to the Beijing Women's Conference.

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