Rose is reunited with her daughter, Nangabire, after a decade of apart.
Rose implores a group of Congolese women to take charge of their lives and communities.
Rose's oldest daughter, Aimee, may have paid the highest price during the civil war.
In a pretrial interview, Dr. William Bernet listens as Cyntonia recounts a painful past.
Cyntoia's adoptive mother struggles to understand why she missed the warning signs.
In prison, Cyntoia tries to recuperate her own self-esteem after years of abuse.
The team struggles with "the Lift" in order to take it to the next level.
Are the members of the Stockholm Arts Swim Gents "man" enough to give up wetsuits?
Synchronized swimming is offered as the answer to existential angst.
Judicial candidate Don Luce records a campaign message.
A barber shop patron describes the rhythms and routines of small town living.
Even a DUI arrest is an amiable encounter in Sydney, Ohio.
“Some of those genes that are involved in autism may have been very important to the success of humanity.”
“It’s true. I’m a better father because of autism. I never thought I’d say that.”
“It took two full days to make the ascent, 12,000 feet up to the summer pastures of the reindeer people.”
"We're living in temporary housing. It's considered a shelter."
"My company, DFE, which is Diaz Family Entertainment. I'm the CEO but I'm too young."
"I've got scars here from shooting up heroin. You know what heroin is?"
“Before we could recover his body, Gino had been buried in an unmarked grave in Mexico.”
“I feel more established, my feet solid on the ground, but it’s because I’ve accepted that this is it.”
“When my grandfather drank, he would beat Augie so hard at times that blood would spatter the walls.”