The 9/11 Tapes: Chaos in the Sky
Audio from flight UA93 is revealed before it went down in Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001.
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Assignment Discovery: History of Amistad
On Discovery Channel's series, "Assignment Discovery," Sengbe Pieh was an enslaved African who led a revolt on a Cuban slave ship. Learn more about the history of the Amistad in this clip.
Assignment Discovery: The Life of a Civil War Soldier
The American Civil War was a catalyst for change in America, and it was fought by young soldiers who believed in both sides of the Union and the Confederacy. Learn more about these young men with this clip from Discovery Channel's, "Assignment Discovery.
Assignment Discovery: The Amistad Mutiny
Cinque (or Singbe Pieh) got himself out of the shackles and released his fellow captives on the slave ship Amistad. Learn more about slavery and the Amistad on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: Battle of Saratoga
The Battle of Saratoga proved to be the turning point in the Revolutionary War. Learn more about the conclusion of the Revolutionary War on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
American Gangster : The Black Hand
An emerging Italian gang begins to take New York by storm. This dangerous group is known only by the name of The Black Hand. Learn more in this video from Investigation Discovery's "American Gangster."
Assignment Discovery: The Underground Railroad
This clip from Discovery Channel's series, "Assignment Discovery," explains the Underground Railroad. In the 1830s that name was given to a network of people that helped slaves escape from the South and reach free states.
Destroyed in Seconds: Bull Rampage
An enraged bull mauls a bullrider during a competition in Boise, Idaho. Watch this video from Discovery Channel's "Destroyed in Seconds."
Assignment Discovery: The Amistad Trial
In 1840, the Amistad case went to court. The question at hand was, were the slaves onboard property or free Africans to be returned to their country? Find out more on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: Early American Gangs
In the early 1900s, Jews and Italians were arriving in America to avoid poverty and persecution. Many joined or fought with American street boys, and from this gangs developed. Learn more about gangs on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: Life of a Civil War Soldier
Learn about the harsh life of a Civil War soldier in the United States. Soldiers on both sides of the war ate poorly and drank unclean water, leading to health problems. Find out more with Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
Assignment Discovery: The Amistad Journey
Amistad was taken over by the captives on board. The slave captain of the boat was ordered by the captives to head back to Africa. Learn more about Amistad on Discovery Channel's "Assignment Discovery."
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The 9/11 Tapes: Direct Contact
Air traffic control receives direct contact from the terrorists who crashed American Airlines Flight 11 into the first World Trade Center tower on September 11, 2001.
The 9/11 Tapes: Racing to the Pentagon
Back on September 11, 2001, fighter jets raced to the Washington D.C. area to potentially intercept any incoming, non-responsive air crafts, but unfortunately they were not there in time.
Rising: Hangar 17
Take a look at some of the devastating remains from the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Rising: Sense of Connection
The underground void at ground zero from the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center will become home to the new 9/11 museum.
Rising: Trident Museum
The construction crews of the new 9/11 museum race to complete the pavilion -- housing the tridents from the twin towers -- before the victims' families arrive on 9/11/11.
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A client from Paragon Security wants Will and Red Jacket to create a custom Mag 58 machine gun that can be mounted in a helicopter gunship.
Rebuilding Ground Zero: Symbolism in Numbers
Architect David Childs explains that Tower One of the new World Trade Center will include a 400 foot antenna that brings the building's height to 1,776 feet - a tribute to the signing of the Declaration of Independence.