Across the country, 104,000 troubled teens are locked up in juvenile correction facilities. In our hour-long investigative documentary, PrimeTime Co-Anchor Chris Cuomo goes inside Arizona's facilities and meets an extraordinary group of boys and girls at a critical turning point - they have one last chance to either change their ways or face the prospect of doing time in an adult prison. How did they end up here? How can they be helped? Our team felt juvenile corrections was a topic that deserved an in-depth examination and we worked very hard to gain access to the ...
On a quiet morning in a suburban park, a boy is sitting alone at a picnic table. But the calm doesn't last long. Another group of boys approaches him and starts hassling him - throwing his books on the ground, calling him names and shoving him. The bullying looks vicious, hurtful and out of control, but again, all these boys are actors who are being filmed by "Primetime" to see who steps in to help.
Diane Sawyer takes an unprecedented look at life inside the secretive country. Granted a 12-day visa to Pyongyang, North Korea, she pulls back the curtain to reveal what daily life is like for the notoriously isolated country. North Koreans have no contact with the outside world. Are they truly uniform in their thoughts, and how they live their lives? Are they happy? What do they think of America and Kim Jong IL, the man they must call 'dear leader'?
"Searching for Paige" investigates the disappearance of Paige Birgfeld a mother who also lead a double life as an escort. "Abuse Behind Closed Doors" examines a dramatic videotape of domestic abuse. "Modern Day Slavery" looks at the case of a young Egyptian girl forced into slavery in a California mansion.