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Happy Halloween from Crackle. We're wrapping up #KillCount with a special program that's sure to scare the &#@$ out of you. 


When you're done gorging on zombies, vampires, leprechauns and bats, watch three friends start the scariest night of their lives for the chance to win cash. Release the Hounds is the first episode of a horror reality show and we strongly recommend you leave the lights on while watching. 


Consider this our version of trick-or-treating.


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Al Jazeera's investigative unit uncovers the details of an FBI undercover operation that could bring down a political dynasty in California. Learn about how agents posing as movie industry executives looking for tax breaks allegedly got political favors in return for bribes.
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Laura Dunn thought college was a safe and carefree place. Then, she was raped. Dunn, who is now an activist working to change the culture behind rape, shares her story with Al Jazeera as part of "America Tonight's" "Sex Crimes on Campus" special, which culminates in a town-hall special at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT Friday.
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On college campuses and off, civil rights groups are trying to raise awareness of the insensitivity of both revelers and retailers who might choose Halloween costumes that range from a taco wearing a sombrero to "Pocahottie," a sexually suggestive Native American woman.
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