Bravo’s Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah appears to have it all. Beauty. Money. Power. Fame. But appearances are deceiving because this outspoken reality star is actually a professional con artist - amassing millions of dollars over the years by swindling thousands of victims across the country. Her scams are as sophisticated as they are cruel. And she cleverly and successfully manages to distance herself from her crimes - for years. Hear from her childhood friends, her former neighbor, her employees, her victims and from the federal agent responsible for ultimately figuring her out and toppling her house of cards.  [#podcast desc]

If you were in the DC area in 2008, you probably heard about the murder of Robert Wone, a 32-year-old attorney killed at the million-dollar Dupont Circle home of his friends, three men in a reported polyamorous relationship. If you weren’t, though, you might have missed the lurid headlines about this once-urgent case, whose central questions remain unsolved.

Easter Sunday, 1993. Inmates at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, protesting poor conditions and religious freedom violations, riot for 11 days, the bloodiest in Ohio, the longest in U.S. history. When it's all said and done, nine inmates and one corrections officer are dead. The hunt for those responsible is on. Prosecutors say Keith LaMar is the leader of an alleged Death Squad and singlehandedly called for the deaths of five prison snitches. The jury agrees and sentences him to death. With no physical evidence tying Keith to any of the crimes for which he was convicted, he says he’s there because prosecutors lied and withheld evidence that could have cleared his name. As of today, Keith LaMar has spent the last 28 years in solitary confinement. The clock is ticking. He is scheduled to be executed by the State of Ohio, November 16, 2023.


For the class of '82 in the charming town of Mt. Pine, high school wasn't just hell… it was murder. From 1979 to 1982, this tight-knit community was rocked by multiple murders involving students, graduates and other locals. Some claimed it was a streak of bad luck, others said the town was cursed. Forty years later, host Nancy Clark reinvestigates the cases, interviewing friends, police officers, neighbors and more as she tries to get to the bottom of what happened to her classmates and their sleepy little town where the murders suddenly seem to be happening all over again. Inspired by a true story, The Murder Years combines the high school vibes of Pretty in Pink and the creepy nostalgia of Stranger Things, juxtaposing a look back at Eighties teen culture with gruesome murders and an eerie mystery that’s still unfolding.

Hosted by JB Smoove, this premium documentary series explores six Black comedy icons whose names may not be as well-known, but whose careers and style blazed a trail for today’s top entertainers. Their stories—told through interviews with friends, family members, and colleagues; as well as archival clips from standup sets and media appearances—offer not only a unique view into the comedy world, but also into the tectonic shifts in Black culture and politics they witnessed and shaped across the 20th and 21st centuries.

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