The failure of public health officials to support comprehensive anti-tobacco legislation; states' misuse of settlement monies from the first anti-tobacco lawsuits; a tour of the Philip Morris facilities, including the company laboratories.
The journalist examines the conspiracy theories surrounding the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, making use of forensic technology, interviews and research based on newly released documents.
Despite a 700 percent increase in funding in four years, the United States continues to lose the drug war in South America.
Peter Jennings Reporting was a continuing series of documentaries produced and hosted by ABC News anchor Peter Jennings that aired on ABC. Many of these documentaries were produced by Jennings's production company, PJ Productions, and are currently distributed in DVD format by Koch Vision. The series debuted in 1990. Documentaries include The Search for Jesus in 2000 and Jesus and Paul — the Word and the Witness in 2004. International news was also a focus of these documentaries, covering the tense relations between India and Pakistan, the conflict in Bosnia, the crisis in Haiti, the war in Iraq, and the drug trade in Central and South America. Important domestic issues also reported were gun control policy, the politics of abortion, the crisis in funding for the arts and a highly praised chronicle of the accused bombers of Oklahoma City. The series earned many awards, including the 2004 Edward R. Murrow award for best documentary for The Kennedy Assassination — Beyond Conspiracy.