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In the fourth and final part of this 2012 award-winning series, FRONTLINE investigates a Wall Street culture that remains focused on making risky trades.

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FRONTLINE’s veteran financial and political producers Michael Kirk (The Choice 2020: Trump Vs. Biden, United States of Conspiracy), Martin Smith (The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, The Pension Gamble), Marcela Gaviria (A Subprime Education, Separated: Children at the Border) and Tom Jennings (Right to Fail, Opioids Inc.) team up to present this Emmy Award-winning documentary series.

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Are Wall Street executives "too big to jail"?

FRONTLINE investigates why Wall Street's leaders have escaped prosecution for any fraud related to the sale of bad mortgages.

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Retirement is big business in America, but is the system costing workers and retirees more than what they're getting in return?

FRONTLINE's investigation raises troubling questions about how America's financial institutions protect our retirement savings.

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In this 2015 documentary, FRONTLINE traces Vladimir Putin’s ascent from unemployed spy to modern-day czar, and investigates the accusations of criminality and corruption that have surrounded his reign in Russia. (Aired 2015)

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In this 2015 film, a coproduction with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, producer Neil Docherty and correspondent Gillian Findlay traced Putin’s career back two decades to his political start in St. Petersburg, where allegations of corruption began almost immediately. Drawing on firsthand accounts from exiled Russian business tycoons, writers and politicians, as well as the exhaustive research of scholar and best-selling “Putin’s Kleptocracy” author Karen Dawisha, the film examined troubling episodes in Putin’s past, from alleged money-laundering activities and ties to organized crime, to a secret personal fortune said to be in the billions.

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Watch journalist Julia Ioffe’s candid, full interview on Putin and allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election – part of FRONTLINE’s media transparency project for our investigation, “Putin’s Revenge.”

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Mark Sanford served as U.S. Representative for South Carolina from 1995 to 2001 and from 2013 to 2019, and as governor of South Carolina from 2003 to 2011. He is the author of "Two Roads Diverged: A Second Chance for the Republican Party, the Conservative Movement, the Nation ― and Ourselves."

The following interview was conducted by the Kirk Documentary Group’s Mike Wiser for FRONTLINE on May 24, 2022. It has been edited for clarity and length.

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#Frontline #Interview #MarkSanford

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CHAPTERS:
Trump’s Rise in the Republican Party - 0:00:00
Ted Cruz and Donald Trump - 0:04:56
What Trump Offered Voters - 0:13:19
The Democratic Response - 0:18:24
The Republican Response to Trump’s Early Presidency - 0:20:02
Trump and Charlottesville - 0:31:26
Exile from the Republican Party - 0:39:44
Trump and McCarthy - 0:44:47
The 2020 Election - 0:45:35
Jan. 6 and the Aftermath - 1:03:42
Liz Cheney and the Future of the Republican Party - 1:12:11

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Jelani Cobb writes about race, politics and history for The New Yorker. He is also the dean of Columbia Journalism School and the author of The Substance of Hope: Barack Obama and the Paradox of Progress.

The following interview was conducted by the Kirk Documentary Group’s Mike Wiser for FRONTLINE on July 5, 2022. It has been edited for clarity and length.

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#Frontline #Interview #JelaniCobb

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
Early Claims of Election Fraud and the Republican Response - 0:00:00
Trump and the 2016 Election - 0:04:10
The Rise of Political Violence - 0:09:56
Trump, Cruz and the Republican Party - 0:17:37
Pence’s Calculation - 0:29:19
Trump’s Early Presidency and Charlottesville - 0:31:53
The First Impeachment - 0:41:31
Trump’s Response to the Black Lives Matter Movement - 0:49:02
Republican Response to Trump’s Claims of Election Fraud - 1:03:33
Pressure on Pence - 1:09:57
Jan. 6 and the Aftermath - 1:13:37

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Timothy Snyder is a professor of history at Yale University. He is the author of The Road to Unfreedom: Russia, Europe, America.

The following interview was conducted by the Kirk Documentary Group’s Michael Wiser for FRONTLINE on Sept. 26, 2022. It has been edited for clarity and length.

This interview is being published as part of FRONTLINE’s Transparency Project, an effort to open up the source material behind our documentaries. Explore the transcript of this interview, and others, on the FRONTLINE website: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/front....line/interview-colle

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Mona Charen is a conservative columnist and the policy editor for The Bulwark.

The following interview was conducted by the Kirk Documentary Group’s Mike Wiser for FRONTLINE on May 4, 2022. It has been edited for clarity and length.

This interview is being published as part of FRONTLINE’s Transparency Project, an effort to open up the source material behind our documentaries. Explore the transcript of this interview, and others, on the FRONTLINE website: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/front....line/interview-colle

#Frontline #Interview #MonaCharen

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CHAPTERS:
The 2020 Election and Trump’s Claims of Fraud - 0:00:00
The 2016 Election - 0:04:21
What Trump Offered Voters - 0:14:16
The Democratic Response to Trump - 0:25:17
Trump’s Early Presidency - 0:29:16
Trump and Charlottesville - 0:35:26
Trump’s Relationship with Authoritarian Leaders - 0:46:11
Liz Cheney and the First Impeachment - 0:55:14
Trump, COVID and Black Lives Matter - 1:01:40
After the 2020 Election - 1:11:14
Jan. 6 and the Aftermath - 1:20:36

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FRONTLINE follows the money to uncover how Wall Street and a breed of for-profit universities transformed the way we think about college in America. (Aired 2010)

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In “College, Inc.,” correspondent Martin Smith investigates the promise and explosive growth of the for-profit higher education industry. Through interviews with school executives, government officials, admissions counselors, former students, and industry observers, the documentary explores the tension between the industry — which says it's helping an underserved student population obtain a quality education and marketable job skills — and critics who charge the for-profits with churning out worthless degrees that leave students with a mountain of debt. At the center of it all stands a vulnerable population of potential students, often working adults eager for a university degree to move up the career ladder.

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; the Heising-Simons Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
Prologue - 00:00
Wall Street and Higher Education - 00:52
The For-Profit University Business Model - 07:07
How For-Profit Colleges Sell Themselves - 16:27
What It Takes To Revive A Failing College - 27:08
Corinthian and Students in Debt - 34:01
Lobbying Against Tougher Regulations - 46:15
Credits - 52:34

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With the Venezuelan news outlet Armando.info, FRONTLINE investigates the shadowy figure at the heart of a corruption scandal spanning from Venezuela to the U.S. "A Dangerous Assignment: Uncovering Corruption in Maduro’s Venezuela" premieres Tues., May 14, 2024.

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This 90-minute documentary tells the inside story of Alex Saab, his capture and then release by the U.S. in a controversial prisoner swap, and what has happened to the journalists who helped uncover the corruption scandal.

#Documentary #Trailer

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

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On Nov. 12, 2021, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon was indicted on two counts of contempt of Congress, after failing to comply with a subpoena issued by the U.S. House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol. Revisit FRONTLINE’s examination of Bannon’s worldview and his role in Donald Trump's campaign and administration. (Aired 2017)

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A bombastic figure on the far right who rose to prominence as a policy adviser and speech writer, Steven Bannon entered the White House determined to implement Trump’s campaign promises. “Bannon’s War” details how the former Breitbart News editor also engineered the sweeping executive order that restricted Muslims from entering the United States, and held such sway over the former president that Time magazine dubbed him “Manipulator in Chief.” He left the White House in August 2017 amid fallout from Trump’s remarks about the violence that erupted during protests in Charlottesville, Va. but continued to promote the president and his agenda.

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Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Major funding for FRONTLINE is provided by the Ford Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

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With the Venezuelan news outlet Armando.info, FRONTLINE investigates the shadowy figure at the heart of a corruption scandal spanning from Venezuela to the U.S. "A Dangerous Assignment: Uncovering Corruption in Maduro’s Venezuela" premieres Tues., May 14, 2024.

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This 90-minute documentary tells the inside story of Alex Saab, his capture and then release by the U.S. in a controversial prisoner swap, and what has happened to the journalists who helped uncover the corruption scandal.

#Documentary #Trailer

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

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An investigation into the spread of dangerous pathogens in our meat — particularly poultry — and the challenges facing the food-safety system in stopping the threat. (Aired 2015)

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In FRONTLINE’s “The Trouble with Chicken,” correspondent David E. Hoffman investigates how and why the standards and laws around Salmonella have failed to keep up with the increasing danger posed by some strains of the bacteria.The film looks closely at one of the largest Salmonella poultry outbreaks on record, when chicken from Foster Farms sickened more than 600 people over 16 months. Delving into the complex world of food safety, the investigation reveals a seeming contradiction: even though hundreds of people were falling ill, Foster Farms was still meeting the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) standards for Salmonella contamination.

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An inside look at Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s political rise and his combative relationship with past U.S. presidents. (Aired 2016)

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Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Major funding for FRONTLINE is provided by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the Park Foundation, The John and Helen Glessner Family Trust, the Ford Foundation, the Wyncote Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation.

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Gabriel Sterling is an elections official in Georgia. He served as the state’s voting system implementation manager from 2019 to 2020 and is currently the chief operating officer for the secretary of state. He testified before the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The following interview was conducted by Kirk Documentary Group’s Mike Wiser for FRONTLINE on Oct. 17, 2023. It has been edited for clarity and length.

This interview is being published as part of FRONTLINE’s Transparency Project, an effort to open up the source material behind our documentaries. Explore the transcript of this interview, and others, on the FRONTLINE website: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/front....line/interview-colle

#Frontline #Interview #GabrielSterling

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen. Additional support for this program is provided by the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation.

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FRONTLINE and ProPublica investigated how secret electronic surveillance missed catching the plotters behind the deadly 2008 siege in Mumbai and how American-born David Coleman Headley, a former DEA informant, played a key role in the plot. (Aired 2015)

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When Edward Snowden exposed the U.S. National Security Agency’s secret mass surveillance programs, defenders of the NSA said the spying was necessary, and they produced an example: David Coleman Headley, an American recruited by Pakistani terrorists to help plan the 2008 Mumbai attack known as “India’s 9/11.” But was Headley’s capture an intelligence success? ProPublica reporter Sebastian Rotella investigated those claims, unearthing evidence of how intelligence agencies didn’t stop the 2008 attack in which 166 people were killed. “American Terrorist” is an updated and expanded version of 2011’s “A Perfect Terrorist.”

“American Terrorist” was a FRONTLINE production with Left/Right Docs in association with 2over10 Media in partnership with ProPublica. It was written, produced and directed by Thomas Jennings. The correspondent was Sebastian Rotella. The co-producers were Anna Belle Peevey and Sabrina Shankman. The reporters were Sebastian Rotella, Jeff Larson, Thomas Jennings, and Anna Belle Peevey. The senior producer was Frank Koughan. The deputy executive producer of FRONTLINE was Raney Aronson-Rath. The executive producer of FRONTLINE was David Fanning.

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#Documentary #Terrorism #NSA #Mumbai

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; Park Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
00:00 – Prologue
1:16 - David Coleman Headley: Reconnaissance for Al Qaeda in Copenhagen, Denmark
12:17 - David Coleman Headley: From Drug Smuggler to Informant
21:43 - David Coleman Headley’s Path to Terrorism
33:34 - David Coleman Headley Helps Plan 2008 Mumbai Attack
44:44 - The Plotting of the 2008 Mumbai Terror Attack
53:32 - Attackers Target Mumbai in 2008 and Kill 166 People
01:03:20 - Did Mass Surveillance Programs Stop American Terrorist David Coleman Headley?
1:21:57 - Credits

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In this 2009 follow-up to the groundbreaking documentary “The New Asylums,” FRONTLINE examined what happens to people who are living with mental illness when they leave prison. (Aired 2009)

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In 2005’s “The New Asylums,” FRONTLINE filmmakers Karen O’Connor and Miri Navasky went deep inside the Ohio prison system as it struggled to provide care to thousands of inmates with mental illness.

In 2009’s “The Released,” they returned to Ohio to tell the next chapter in this story. That year, more than 700,000 people were expected to be released from prison across the U.S., more than half of them dealing with mental illness. Typically, these people would leave prison with a bus ticket, $75 in cash, and two weeks' worth of medication to treat their illness. Studies from the time showed that nearly two-thirds of people with mental illness released from prison — often poor and out of touch with friends and family — were rearrested within 18 months. “The Released” offered an intimate look at the lives of people with serious mental illnesses who were released from prison but struggled to remain free.

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#Documentary #Prison #MentalHealth

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
00:00 - A Tragic Cycle for People With Mental Illness
9:56 - For People With Mental Illness, a Difficult Transition to Post-Prison Life
19:29 - The Revolving Prison Door
26:28 - A Model for Community Treatment of People With Mental Illness
34:36 - For People With Serious Mental Illness, ‘A Huge Social Failure’
43:27 - What Comes After Prison Release for People With Serious Mental Illness?
52:47 - Credits

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Nearly half a million people in America’s prisons and jails were dealing with mental illness in 2005. FRONTLINE examined mental health in the prison system. (Aired 2005)

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When “The New Asylums” was originally released, 16 percent of America’s prison population could be classified as having a severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, major depression or bipolar disorder, according to National Alliance for the Mentally Ill. The numbers were much higher when taking into consideration other types of mental illnesses and disorders.

As sheriffs and prison wardens became the unexpected and ill-equipped gatekeepers of this burgeoning population, they raised a troubling issue: were jails and prisons turning into America’s new mental hospitals?

With unprecedented access to prison therapy sessions, mental health treatment meetings, crisis wards, and prison disciplinary tribunals, FRONTLINE went inside Ohio’s state prison system to present a searing exploration of the complex topic of mental health behind bars and a moving portrait of the individuals at the center of this issue.

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#Documentary #Prison #MentalHealth #MentalIllness

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
01:06 - People With Mental Illness Ending Up in Jails & Prisons
12:31 - How Prisoners With Severe Mental Illness Filter Into Maximum Security Prison
24:35 - Cycling Between the Prison Psychiatric Hospital and Maximum Security
34:41 - Solitary Confinement While Living With Mental Illness: ‘A Prison’s Prison’
38:56 - What Comes After Release For Prisoners With Mental Illness
52:49 - Credits

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Drawing on real-time, firsthand accounts, FRONTLINE, @ProPublica and @texastribune reconstruct law enforcement’s chaotic response to the May 2022 Uvalde school shooting and examine the missteps and lessons learned.

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Using official bodycam, audio and investigative interviews with responding officers, the documentary reconstructs how events unfolded at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, giving a detailed analysis of one of the most criticized mass shooting responses in recent history, and providing real-time insight into law enforcement’s thoughts and actions.

The documentary and in-depth story co-published by the news organizations provide powerful accountability reporting about what went wrong in the response to one of the worst school shootings in U.S. history.

“Inside the Uvalde Response” is a FRONTLINE production with The Documentary Group in association with ProPublica and The Texas Tribune. The director is Juanita Ceballos. The producers are Juanita Cellabos and Michelle Mizner. The co-producer is Lauren Prestileo. The writer is Juanita Ceballos. The senior producers are Nina Chaudry and Gabrielle Tenenbaum. The reporters are Lomi Kriel and Lexi Churchill (ProPublica/The Texas Tribune) and Jinitzail Hernandez (The Texas Tribune), with editing by Zahira Torres of ProPublica and The Texas Tribune. The editor-in-chief of ProPublica is Stephen Engelberg. The editor-in-chief of The Texas Tribune is Sewell Chan. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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#Documentary #Uvalde #Police

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the Willett Family Foundation.

CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
01:12 - Analyzing the Uvalde School Shooting Law Enforcement Response
06:13 - In Investigative Interviews, Police Recall Entering Robb Elementary
19:37 - A Teacher’s 911 Call: ‘Robb Elementary Has an Active Shooter’
26:32 - Police Officers Responding to Uvalde Shooting: ‘There’s Kids in There’
35:32 - A Robb Elementary Student Calls 911 37 Minutes Into Crisis: ‘Send Help’
46:27 - Responding Police Officers Reflect on the Uvalde School Shooting
52:00 - Credits

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FRONTLINE examined the tactics, techniques and cultural ramifications of marketing moguls targeting teenagers. (Aired 2001)

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By 2001, when “The Merchants of Cool” was first released, teenagers had become the hottest consumer demographic in America — spending $100 billion and influencing their parents to spend another $50 billion. The documentary explored how the creators and sellers of popular culture targeted this coveted demographic: They spent their days sifting through reams of market research data. They conducted surveys and focus groups. They combed the streets, schools and malls, hot on the trail of the "next big thing" that would snare the attention of teenagers.

The documentary included interviews with top marketers, media executives and cultural and media critics, and explored the symbiotic relationship between the media and teens, as each looked to the other for their identity. “The Merchants of Cool” explored whether the marketers were simply reflecting teen desires or whether they manufactured those desires in a bid to secure the lucrative teen market.

“The Merchants of Cool” was directed by Barak Goodman, produced by Goodman and Rachel Dretzin and written by Dretzin. Douglas Rushkoff was the correspondent and consulting producer. David Fanning was the executive producer of FRONTLINE.

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#Documentary #Advertising #Marketing

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Market Researchers Study Teen Culture
13:04 - How Entertainment Companies Market to Teens
21:35 - Media Stereotypes Sold to Teen Boys and Girls
41:20 - Packaging Controversial Music for Mainstream Culture
51:05- Credits

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A visual investigation in collaboration with @WashingtonPost provides a detailed examination of how Hamas was able to breach Israel’s vaunted security barrier on Oct. 7, 2023, and carry out its attack.

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This special collaboration stems from a reconstruction by The Post, with additional on-the-ground reporting and riveting interviews that present a remarkable picture of how, as The Post reporters show, Hamas was planning the attack in plain sight, and Israel was blind to its own vulnerabilities.
“Failure at the Fence” is a FRONTLINE Production with Schonder Productions in association with The Washington Post. Written, produced and directed by Gabrielle Schonder. The correspondent is Jon Swaine. Reported by Jon Swaine and Joyce Sohyun Lee. The senior producer is Frank Koughan. The executive editor of The Washington Post is Sally Buzbee. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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The baby boomer generation will be long on life expectancy but short on income. Amid vanishing pensions and faltering 401(k) plans, FRONTLINE investigates how middle-class Americans might fare in their retirement years. (Aired 2006)

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Two main strategies for funding retirement are lifetime pensions and 401(k)-style savings plans, but both are in trouble. Buffeted by pension cuts, corporate bankruptcies, and stock market crashes, most boomers can now expect to be working into their retirement years. In the 2006 documentary, Can Your Afford to Retire?, FRONTLINE correspondent Hedrick Smith investigates the financial crisis and what middle class Americans face in retirement.

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#Documentary #Retirement #401k

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
Prologue - 00:00
The Decline of Corporate Pensions - 01:03
How Company Bankruptcy Impacts Pensions - 06:22
The Pros & Cons of 401(k) Plans - 24:22
“Shifting From Lifetime Pensions to Lifetime Work” - 39:31
Credits - 53:05

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FRONTLINE, WFAE & Firelight Media investigate the long waits for mental health care that defendants who are deemed too sick to stand trial face in North Carolina.

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From FRONTLINE (PBS)’s Local Journalism Initiative, the Charlotte, North Carolina, NPR station @WFAENews and @FirelightMediaNYC, “Fractured” examines how the country’s mental health crisis is playing out within the criminal justice system in North Carolina, a state where it’s been harder to access mental health care than in most others.

"We've found that these defendants may wait months in jail, sometimes more than a year, for the treatment they need to be deemed well enough to go to court," says “Fractured” correspondent, writer and producer Dana Miller Ervin. “In some cases, these defendants can get sicker while they wait for admission to a state hospital.”

Ervin has been investigating access to mental health care in North Carolina for WFAE for the past two years with the support of FRONTLINE’s Local Journalism Initiative. The initiative is an innovative effort to support and strengthen investigative reporting in communities around the country. It launched in 2019 with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Building on an in-depth radio and digital series, which was released in 2023 by WFAE and FRONTLINE and was recently named a semi-finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, “Fractured” is directed by Débora Souza Silva, a 2023 recipient of the FRONTLINE/Firelight Media Investigative Journalism Fellowship. The fellowship was created to support independent filmmakers of color interested in journalistic documentary filmmaking about underreported issues in the United States.

WFAE will host a screening of “Fractured” on Mar. 12, at 7 p.m. EST, at the Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City. A conversation with some of the participants from the film will follow the screening. Information is available at www.wfae.org/fracturedtickets

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“Fractured” is a FRONTLINE production with Dandara Productions LLC in association with Firelight Media and WFAE. The director is Débora Souza Silva. The writers are Débora Souza Silva & Dana Miller Ervin. The producers are Loi Ameera Almeron, Débora Souza Silva and Dana Miller Ervin. The correspondent is Dana Miller Ervin. The co-producer and editor is Nelson Ryland. The senior producers are Nina Chaudry, Carla Borrás and Monika Navarro. The senior editors are Erin Texeira and Amy Rubin. The executive producers of Firelight Media are Stanley Nelson and Marcia Smith. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

#Documentary #MentalHealth #NorthCarolina #CriminalJustice

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High inflation. Fear of recession. Disruptions, like the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank. How did the U.S. economy get here? A two-hour documentary special traces the road to this moment, and the role of the Federal Reserve, the country’s central bank.

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FRONTLINE investigates the Fed’s epic economic experiment to revive the U.S. economy with what has been called an “easy money” policy and the far-reaching and sometimes unintended consequences.

“If we hadn't been driving our economy for 14 years with easy money and then tried to really quickly undo that now, we wouldn't be having these problems,” former top banking regulator Sheila Bair said in the documentary.

From the 2008 recession, to the COVID pandemic, to the rise in inflation, to the current economic uncertainty, “Age of Easy Money” charts the American economy’s tumultuous course, the fragility of the financial system and the widening gap between Wall Street and Main Street.

The documentary examines what led to the Fed’s recent decisions to hike interest rates at a historic pace and probes the ongoing effects, offering a comprehensive and timely examination of the role of the institution at the heart of America’s economy.

The documentary is supported by The WNET Group’s Chasing the Dream, a public media initiative that examines poverty, justice and economic opportunity in America.

The director, producer and correspondent of “Age of Easy Money” is James Jacoby. The producer is Anya Bourg. The senior producer is Frank Koughan. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Park Foundation; the Heising-Simons Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

Funding for “Age of Easy Money” is provided by The WNET Group’s Chasing the Dream, a public media initiative reporting on poverty, justice, and economic opportunity in America, with major funding by The JPB Foundation and additional funding from Sue and Edgar Wachenheim, III.

CREDITS
Prologue - 00:00
Federal Reserve Tries Easy Money Policies in Great Recession - 5:38
In 2010, Federal Reserve Steps Up Quantitative Easing - 19:37
Concerns and Criticisms of the Federal Reserve’s Easy Money Policies - 28:48
After An Attempt to Pull Back in 2018, Easy Money Becomes Status Quo - 38:25
Dire Warnings About Largely Unregulated “Shadow Banks” - 50:28
Federal Reserve’s Easy Money Policies Go Into “Overdrive” to Combat COVID’s Economic Impacts - 53:28
“Bad News for the Economy was Good News for Markets” - 1:06:26
Warnings That “Unprecedented” Stimulus Could Lead to Excessive Demand and Inflation - 1:16:18
An Epicenter of High Inflation in the U.S. - 1:23:30
The Federal Reserve’s Response to Inflation - 1:28:42
The Impact of the Federal Reserve’s Interest Rate Hikes - 1:37:57
Lessons for the U.S. Economy From the Era of Easy Money - 1:48:34
Credits - 1:51:58

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As credit card companies faced rising public anger and new regulations from Washington in 2009, FRONTLINE examined the industry’s impact on a fragile national economy. (Aired 2009)

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In “The Card Game,” a collaboration with The New York Times, correspondent Lowell Bergman talked to industry insiders, lobbyists, politicians and consumer advocates as they debated new regulation designed to curtail the most abusive practices of credit card companies and the possible creation of a consumer finance protection agency.

“The Card Game” was a FRONTLINE co-production with Cam Bay Productions and The New York Times. Lowell Bergman and Oriana Zill de Granados wrote and produced the documentary. The correspondent was Lowell Bergman. Stephanie Challberg was the editor. Raney Aronson-Rath was senior producer. David Fanning was executive producer.

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#Documentary #CreditCard #Debt #Banks

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; Park Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

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How did false claims of election fraud make their way to the center of American politics? FRONTLINE and ProPublica investigate the plot to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

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FRONTLINE and ProPublica uncover how a small group of people helped to create some of the core narratives of fraud that President Donald Trump and many others would go on to champion after the election — and how the legacy of their effort is impacting democracy and shaping elections to come.

“Plot to Overturn the Election” is a FRONTLINE production with Midnight Films, LLC in partnership with ProPublica. The correspondent is A.C. Thompson. The producer, writer and director is Samuel Black. The executive producer for FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

#2020Election #USPolitics #Documentary

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Amid concerns of a widening conflict in the Middle East, correspondent Ramita Navai reports from the West Bank about the growing tensions on the ground.

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With the war raging in Gaza, Navai investigates rising support for militant groups, including Hamas, since the Oct. 7 attack, Israel’s ongoing military campaign in the West Bank and the implications for a region on edge.

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“Israel’s Second Front” is a FRONTLINE Production with Quicksilver Media. Produced, filmed and directed by Karim Shah. Reported and produced by Ramita Navai. The senior producers are Eamonn Matthews and Frank Koughan. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

#Documentary #Israeli-Palestinian Conflict #WestBank #Gaza #Israel

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The “Pandora Papers,” a massive leak of financial documents, reveal hidden assets and deals of the world’s wealthy and powerful. With the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

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ICIJ, FRONTLINE and reporters around the world examine the global entanglement of political power and secretive offshore finance, and how U.S. trusts are sheltering millions in controversial assets.

The “Pandora Papers” documentary is one component of a worldwide investigation with ICIJ that draws on a trove of nearly 12 million confidential financial files from firms that set up shell companies and offshore accounts for clients seeking to keep their wealth in the shadows.

For close to two years, ICIJ has led an investigation into these leaked documents. More than 600 journalists from 150 media organizations have participated, including FRONTLINE. The investigation explores the hidden assets and secret deals of more than 130 billionaires, 35 country leaders and some 300 other politicians and public officials.

“Pandora Papers” is a BBC Current Affairs production for GBH/FRONTLINE and BBC. The director is James Oliver. The producers are Evan Williams and James Oliver. The senior producer is Eamonn Matthews. The executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

"Pandora Papers" premieres Nov. 9, 2021 on FRONTLINE: https://to.pbs.org/3bP9VUq

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#Documentary #PandoraPapers #TaxHavens

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“Taliban Takeover” is a FRONTLINE production with Clover Films. The correspondent is Najibullah Quraishi. The producer is Jamie Doran. The senior producers are James Jacoby and Molly Knight Raskin. The executive producer for Clover Films is Jamie Doran. The executive producer for FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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Revisit FRONTLINE’s seminal documentary on how the Israeli-Palestinian peace process begun at Oslo was derailed and ultimately undone by the dynamics of politics and violence on both sides. (Aired 2002)

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"Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo" includes interviews with key figures from both sides of the negotiating table including Benjamin Netanyahu, Yasser Arafat, Shimon Peres, Saeb Erekat and Ehud Barak.

The documentary traced how the cautious optimism in the aftermath of Arafat and then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin signing the 1993 Oslo Accord was undermined in the following years by violence and major setbacks. It explored the growing threat to the peace process posed by radical nationalist factions among both Jews and Palestinians — groups, including Hamas, that opposed all compromise between the two peoples. The documentary also examined the U.S. role in the peace process, including the U.S.-brokered negotiations at Wye River in 1998, Camp David in 2000, and in Taba, Egypt, in 2001.

Watch a special presentation of “Shattered Dreams of Peace” Tues., Nov. 7, 2023, at 10/9c on PBS stations.

“Shattered Dreams of Peace: The Road From Oslo” was produced and directed by Dan Setton and Tor Ben Mayor. The WGBH executive producer was Zvi Dor-Ner. FRONTLINE’s executive producer was David Fanning.

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#Documentary #MiddleEastPeaceProcess #israel #gaza #war

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional funding is provided by the Abrams Foundation; Park Foundation; the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen.

CHAPTERS:
Prologue - 00:00
Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat Sign Oslo Accords in 1993 - 1:19
Hamas Opposes Compromise With Israel, Launches Attacks in 1996 - 11:20
In 1996, Hezbollah Fires Missiles at Israel; Israel Launches Bombardment and Mistakenly Hits UN Compound - 18:40
Benjamin Netanyahu’s 1996 Decision to Open Tunnel Along Western Wall Triggers Violent Protests - 25:42
Yasser Arafat and Benjamin Netanyahu Attend 1996 Washington Summit - 34:56
In 1997, Settlements and Bombings by Hamas - 41:20
A Failed Mossad Attempt to Eliminate a Hamas Officer - 42:26
Palestinians and Some Israelis Protest Netanyahu’s Settlement Policies in 1997 - 45:26
Netanyahu and Arafat Attend 1998 Summit in the U.S.: The Wye Agreement - 47:28
Clinton Visits Gaza in 1998 & Palestinian National Council Rescinds Clause Calling for Destruction of Israel - 57:13
In 1999, Ehud Barak and Yasser Arafat Sign the Sharm El-Sheikh Memorandum Setting Out Framework and Timetable for Peace Agreement - 1:01:08
Land & Settlements Become Main Issues In 1999 Israeli-Palestinian Negotiations - 1:13:21
Israel Moves to End 22-Year Occupation of Lebanon in 2000 - 1:17:51
Camp David Summit in 2000 With Bill Clinton, Yasser Arafat and Ehud Barak - 1:21:20
Secret Meetings Between Israeli-Palestinian Negotiators Continue in 2000 - 1:35:03
Ariel Sharon’s Visit to Al Aqsa Mosque Triggers Uprising; Violence Spirals - 1:38:18
In 2002, A Renewed Cycle of Violence and a Shattered Peace Process - 1:50:08
Credits - 1:52:43

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FRONTLINE and @WashingtonPost investigate how a young Air National Guardsman, Jack Teixeira, allegedly leaked classified documents on the Discord chat platform for over a year — and why he wasn’t stopped earlier.

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It was one of the biggest leaks of government secrets in U.S. history: more than 300 pages that included highly classified information from secret Pentagon assessments of the war in Ukraine, to revelations about Iran’s nuclear program, Chinese aircraft carriers and the killing of ISIS terrorists.

The leaked documents, which came to light in April 2023, were posted on the gaming and chat platform Discord, allegedly by 21-year-old Jack Teixeira, who had managed to get a security clearance despite a troubled past. What was his motivation? Why didn’t the military stop him? And what was the role of Discord, a privacy-oriented platform popular with teenage gamers?

FRONTLINE and The Washington Post investigate those questions in “The Discord Leaks.” From an award-winning team that includes FRONTLINE directors Thomas Jennings and Annie Wong and Post reporters Shane Harris, Samuel Oakford and Chris Dehghanpoor, the documentary draws on months of groundbreaking reporting by The Post, including access to hundreds of the leaked documents its reporters obtained. The documentary includes new collaborative reporting with FRONTLINE revealing in greater detail Texeira’s online world, and his history of violent threats, racism and conspiracy theories. The documentary also features exclusive on-camera interviews with the alleged leaker’s close online confidantes, Discord’s VP of trust and safety and a former head of the Air National Guard.

The FRONTLINE-Washington Post investigation raises tough questions about how the military’s vetting process addresses applicants’ internet activity, how Discord polices hate speech on its platform, and why the alleged leaker — who has pleaded not guilty — wasn’t stopped sooner despite multiple red flags.

To illustrate the extent of the leaked material, FRONTLINE and The Washington Post used images of classified documents in this film that had been previously released in news reports, on social media and elsewhere on the internet.

“The Discord Leaks” is a FRONTLINE production with 2over10 Media in association with The Washington Post. The producers and directors are Thomas Jennings and Annie Wong. The writer is Thomas Jennings. The Washington Post reporters are Shane Harris, Samuel Oakford and Chris Dehghanpoor. The senior producers are Dan Edge and Frank Koughan. The executive editor of The Washington Post is Sally Buzbee. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 – Prologue
1:11 – Washington Post Reporters Investigate the Discord Leaks
05:51– Alleged Discord Leaker Jack Teixeira’s Online World & a Police Report of Past Threats
13:36 – The Discord Chat Platform’s Rise and Its Approach to Privacy, Extremism
16:28 – Jack Teixeira’s Friends from Discord Server Describe Violent, Racist Content
23:53 – Jack Teixeira Gets Security Clearance & Enters Air National Guard Despite Troubled Past
32:13 – Jack Teixeira Becomes Administrator of Discord Server with Racist, Antisemitic, Conspiratorial Content
35:53 – In 2022, Jack Teixeira Allegedly Begins Sharing Classified Information on Discord
41:03 – Air Force Memos Show Jack Teixeira Was Warned About Looking at Certain Classified Information
42:58 - Jack Teixeira Changes His Approach to Allegedly Sharing Classified Information on Discord
45:46 – In April 2023, News Breaks About Search for Leaker of Secret Ukraine War Documents
49:55 – Federal Agents Take Alleged Discord Leaker Jack Teixeira Into Custody
51:59 - Credits

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The vast majority of felony convictions in the U.S. are the result of plea bargains, not jury trials. In this 90-minute documentary, FRONTLINE explored the moral, judicial and constitutional implications of plea bargains’ role in the justice system. (Aired 2004)

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It is the centerpiece of America’s judicial process: the trial by jury system that places a defendant’s fate in the hands of a jury of one’s peers. But most criminal cases in the U.S. never reach a jury and instead are settled through plea bargains in which a person agrees to plead guilty in exchange for a reduced sentence.

Proponents say plea bargains are the safety valve that keeps cases moving through the U.S.’s backlogged courts. Critics contend that the push to resolve cases through plea bargains jeopardizes the constitutional rights of defendants, who may be pressured to admit their guilt whether they’re guilty or not.

"The Plea," from acclaimed filmmaker Ofra Bikel, told the stories of several people — facing different charges in different parts of the country — with one thing in common: the dilemma of confronting a plea. The documentary also interviewed experts on the criminal justice system, and asked tough questions about the practice of relying on plea bargains to expedite justice.

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
0:55 - Widespread Use of Plea Bargains in the U.S. Criminal Justice System
04:52 - A Plea Bargain in Hearne, Texas
24:15 - A Plea Bargain in Brooklyn, New York
37:29 - Wrestling With the Choice of Whether to Take a Plea Bargain
50:24 - When Taking a Plea Bargain Is a Life-or-Death Decision
1:02:49 - The Fallout From Plea Bargains Taken & Not Taken
1:22:28 - Credits

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FRONTLINE, WFAE & Firelight Media investigate the long waits for mental health care that defendants who are deemed too sick to stand trial face in North Carolina.

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From FRONTLINE (PBS)’s Local Journalism Initiative, the Charlotte, North Carolina, NPR station @WFAENews and @FirelightMediaNYC, “Fractured” examines how the country’s mental health crisis is playing out within the criminal justice system in North Carolina, a state where it’s been harder to access mental health care than in most others.

"We've found that these defendants may wait months in jail, sometimes more than a year, for the treatment they need to be deemed well enough to go to court," says “Fractured” correspondent, writer and producer Dana Miller Ervin. “In some cases, these defendants can get sicker while they wait for admission to a state hospital.”

Ervin has been investigating access to mental health care in North Carolina for WFAE for the past two years with the support of FRONTLINE’s Local Journalism Initiative. The initiative is an innovative effort to support and strengthen investigative reporting in communities around the country. It launched in 2019 with funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Building on an in-depth radio and digital series, which was released in 2023 by WFAE and FRONTLINE and was recently named a semi-finalist for the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, “Fractured” is directed by Débora Souza Silva, a 2023 recipient of the FRONTLINE/Firelight Media Investigative Journalism Fellowship. The fellowship was created to support independent filmmakers of color interested in journalistic documentary filmmaking about underreported issues in the United States.

WFAE will host a screening of “Fractured” on Mar. 12, at 7 p.m. EST, at the Dubois Center at UNC Charlotte Center City. A conversation with some of the participants from the film will follow the screening. Information is available at www.wfae.org/fracturedtickets

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“Fractured” is a FRONTLINE production with Dandara Productions LLC in association with Firelight Media and WFAE. The director is Débora Souza Silva. The writers are Débora Souza Silva & Dana Miller Ervin. The producers are Loi Ameera Almeron, Débora Souza Silva and Dana Miller Ervin. The correspondent is Dana Miller Ervin. The co-producer and editor is Nelson Ryland. The senior producers are Nina Chaudry, Carla Borrás and Monika Navarro. The senior editors are Erin Texeira and Amy Rubin. The executive producers of Firelight Media are Stanley Nelson and Marcia Smith. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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In 2016, FRONTLINE, The New York Times and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation examined the hidden dangers of vitamins and supplements, a multibillion-dollar industry with limited FDA oversight. (Aired 2016)

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When “Supplements and Safety” aired, it was estimated that half of all Americans took a health supplement every day, from fish oil to multivitamins to diet pills. However, the acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration at the time noted in “Supplements and Safety” that, “The FDA does not do any review of dietary supplements before they come onto the market, and I think that all consumers need to understand this.”

From director Neil Docherty, correspondent Gillian Findlay and Anahad O’Connor, then a reporter for The New York Times Well blog, “Supplements and Safety” explored the limited government regulation and oversight of supplement companies, and examined cases of contamination and serious health problems.

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“Supplements and Safety” was a FRONTLINE production with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in collaboration with The New York Times and in association with Spin Free Productions. The director was Neil Docherty. The writer was Gillian Findlay. The producers were Neil Docherty, Anita Elash and Lisa Ellenwood. The reporter for The New York Times was Anahad O’Connor. The executive producer at large for FRONTLINE was David Fanning. The executive producer for FRONTLINE was Raney Aronson-Rath.

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
00:50 - Limited Federal Oversight of Vitamin & Supplement Companies
15:49 - The Supplement Industry: A Powerful Lobbying Force in Washington, D.C.
31:51 - Critics Contend Some Supplements Cause Harm
44:28 - What's In the Vitamins & Supplements We Take?
51:57 - Credits

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FRONTLINE traces Elon Musk’s long and often troubled relationship with Twitter, following his journey from being one of the platform’s most provocative users to becoming its owner.

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Elon Musk completed his acquisition of the social media company formerly called Twitter nearly a year ago. At a time of intense polarization in the U.S. and worldwide, the move placed the richest man in the world in charge of one of the world’s most important platforms for news and political debate — and also put Musk squarely at the center of an ongoing debate about the limits of free speech and the spread of lies online.

This two-hour documentary from the team behind “Amazon Empire” and “The Facebook Dilemma” pulls back the curtain on the influential social media platform’s inner workings both before and after Musk’s takeover. In extraordinary, in-depth interviews, former Twitter employees give remarkable first-person accounts of how controversial content moderation decisions were made in the pre-Musk era, including the banning of former President Donald Trump after Jan. 6, 2021.

Former Twitter employees also give first-person accounts of the changes Musk made inside Twitter after buying the company, shedding new light on questions about free speech, hate speech and safety that have intensified during his tenure at the helm of the platform. “Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover” probes the profound impact Musk’s decisions have had on politics, speech and culture.

“Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover” is a FRONTLINE production with Left/Right Docs. The director and correspondent is James Jacoby. The writers and producers are Anya Bourg and James Jacoby. The co-producers are Christina Avalos and Chris O’Coin. The senior producers are Dan Edge and Frank Koughan. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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Following Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel and amid Israel’s retaliation in Gaza, this 90-minute documentary offers a sweeping examination of critical moments leading up to this crisis, and the pivotal role of a central player: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Starting with the Oslo Accords and continuing through to the current war in Gaza, “Netanyahu, America & the Road to War in Gaza” draws on years of reporting and takes an incisive look at the long history of failed peace efforts and violent conflict in the region — and the increasing tensions between Israel and its ally, the U.S., over the war’s catastrophic toll and what comes next.

The documentary traces the tenure of Israel’s longest-serving prime minister and the years of jockeying between him, U.S. presidents and the Palestinians. It features firsthand accounts of insiders and advisors to Netanyahu, U.S. presidents and Palestinian leadership, as well as key insights from experts and observers of the decades-long conflict. Painting a revealing portrait of Netanyahu’s political evolution and fateful decisions, the film also draws on past interviews from FRONTLINE’s 2016 documentary “Netanyahu at War.”

“Netanyahu, America & the Road to War in Gaza” also shows how, in the wake of President Joe Biden’s initial embrace of Netanyahu in response to Oct. 7, the relationship has become increasingly fractious, with the president pressing Israel to embrace a two-state solution to the conflict, and the prime minister vowing not to “repeat the mistake of Oslo.”

“Netanyahu, America & the Road to War in Gaza” is a FRONTLINE Production with Left/Right Docs. Directed by James Jacoby. Written by James Jacoby and Anya Bourg. Produced by Anya Bourg and Lauren Ezell Kinlaw. Co-produced by Christina Avalos and Chris O’Coin. The senior producers are Eamonn Matthews and Frank Koughan. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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Watch the Academy Award®-winning FRONTLINE/AP documentary in which Ukrainian journalist Mstyslav Chernov and his colleagues risk their lives to document Russia's siege of Mariupol.

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The award-winning documentary “20 Days in Mariupol” follows Chernov as he and his Ukrainian AP colleagues become trapped in the besieged city of Mariupol, struggling to continue their work documenting atrocities of the Russian invasion. The last international journalists remaining in the city as Russian forces close in, Chernov, photographer Evgeniy Maloletka and field producer Vasilisa Stepanenko capture what become some of the most defining images of the war: dying children, mass graves, the bombing of a maternity hospital, and more.

“20 Days in Mariupol” draws on Chernov’s daily news dispatches and personal footage of his own country at war. The result is a raw and haunting account of a journalist risking his life to share the truth of the conflict with the world.

Made in partnership with The Associated Press, “20 Days in Mariupol” has had a decorated run on the 2023 film festival circuit — including at the Sundance Film Festival, the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), the Sheffield Film Festival and the DocEdge Film Festival.

"20 Days in Mariupol" is a FRONTLINE production with The Associated Press. The director, cinematographer and writer is Mstyslav Chernov. The field producer is Vasilisa Stepanenko. The still photographer is Evgeniy Maloletka. The editor is Michelle Mizner. The composer is Jordan Dykstra. The producers are Mstyslav Chernov, Michelle Mizner, Raney Aronson-Rath (FRONTLINE’s editor-in-chief and executive producer) and Derl McCrudden (AP’s vice president of news and head of global news production). "20 Days in Mariupol" is distributed domestically by PBS Distribution and internationally by Dogwoof.

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In 2015, FRONTLINE examined how the Obama administration handled warning signs about ISIS, and what led to the terror group’s ascent. (Aired 2014)

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In late 2011, nearly nine years after the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq under President George W. Bush, U.S. troops left the country while President Barack Obama was in office. In “The Rise of ISIS,” FRONTLINE correspondent Martin Smith examined how Iraq began coming apart after the American withdrawal, probed the Obama administration’s Iraq and Syria policies, examined mistakes and miscalculations that enabled the terror group’s rise, and explored what it meant for the U.S. to return to Iraq starting in 2014 as ISIS seized wide swaths of territory there and in Syria.

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
01:15 - U.S. Troops Withdraw from Iraq in 2011
08:22 - An Opening for Al Qaeda in Iraq
18:20 - The Obama Administration’s Approach to Syria
22:44 - Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s Crackdown on Sunni Protesters
31:57 - ISIS Gains Strength & Territory in 2014
46:53 - The Fight Against ISIS
51:59 - Credits

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Learn surprising facts about the sharks that call the warm waters near Hawaii’s islands their home. Meet the Whitetip reef shark, Whale shark, Tiger shark and more. Sharks of Hawaii premiered on April 21, 2021.

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New archeological evidence sheds light on the stunning engineering of the Great Pyramid of Giza. (Aired February 6, 2019)

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The 6 million-ton Great Pyramid of Giza is the last surviving wonder of the ancient world. How did the Egyptians engineer the mighty pharaoh Khufu’s tomb so precisely, with none of today’s surveying and power tools? And who were the thousands of laborers who raised the stones? Were they slaves or volunteers, and how were they housed, fed, and organized? "Decoding the Great Pyramid" presents the latest evidence from groundbreaking archaeological research that has transformed our understanding of the ancient world’s most ambitious engineering project, revealing a “lost city" and intimate details of the lives of the laborers and officials who toiled on the vast construction. Amazingly, French archaeologists recently found the logbook of a labor team that delivered limestone blocks to build the Great Pyramid, yielding crucial insights into the planning and logistics behind the operation. Beyond these construction secrets, "Decoding the Great Pyramid" traces how mobilizing the colossal labor and resources invested in the monument transformed ancient Egypt, uniting a nation behind the common goal of ensuring eternity for the pharaoh and continuing prosperity for everyone in this life and the next.

Chapters
00:00 Introduction
04:29 Who Was the Great Pyramid Built For?
07:46 Ancient Lost City Uncovered Outiside of Cairo
16:48 The First Egyptian Pyramids
19:18 Significance of the Pyramids in Egypt
30:42 How Was the Great Pyramid Built?
50:49 Conclusion

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Tuesday on the NewsHour, voters in more than a dozen states cast ballots in Super Tuesday's primaries, Then, the loved ones of Israeli hostages captured by Hamas on Oct. 7 offer opposing perspectives on the war in Gaza. Plus, we look at what's behind the shocking increase in alcohol-related deaths in America and what can be done to counter the loss of life.

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California voters decide consequential U.S. Senate race
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‘Burn Book' explores a life covering the tech industry
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How a volunteer group is finding lost dogs with drones
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Austin theater company preserves Latin American culture
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00:00 - Introduction
02:21 - Super Tuesday
11:03 - Vote 2024
17:36 - News Wrap
21:06 - War in the Holy Land
31:02 - Kara Swisher
38:01 - America Addicted
44:21 - Search & Rescue
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FRONTLINE investigates the roots of the federal criminal case against former President Donald Trump stemming from his 2020 election loss.

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In March, 2024 Republican presidential nomination front-runner Trump is scheduled to begin standing trial on federal charges, including conspiracy to defraud the U.S., in connection with efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss. He says the charges against him are politically motivated.

“Democracy on Trial” traces the road to this unprecedented moment, and examines the implications of the historic criminal case unfolding in the midst of a presidential election year. Drawing on court documents and revelatory interviews with elected officials, former government lawyers, House Select Committee witnesses and former committee staffers, authors and journalists, the documentary reports that the work of the House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack provided the groundwork for special counsel Jack Smith’s indictment of Trump and may offer insights into how the trial unfolds.

The documentary chronicles how the committee built its case against Trump and tried to prove his intent, how it chose to present its case to the American public, and criticisms of its work. Key witnesses who testified before the committee and whose firsthand accounts are now evidence in the federal case speak out in the documentary — including Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling and former Arizona Speaker of the House Rusty Bowers.

Gripping and illuminating, “Democracy on Trial,” the newest film from FRONTLINE’s award-winning political team, Michael Kirk, Mike Wiser and Vanessa Fica, also examines how Trump has challenged the case. Trump has pleaded not guilty and made the legal argument, now being reviewed by an appellate court, that he has “absolute immunity” from prosecution for his actions while in office.

“Democracy on Trial” is a FRONTLINE production with the Kirk Documentary Group. The director is Michael Kirk. The producers are Michael Kirk, Mike Wiser and Vanessa Fica. The writers are Michael Kirk and Mike Wiser. The reporters are Vanessa Fica and Brooke Nelson Alexander. The editor-in-chief and executive producer of FRONTLINE is Raney Aronson-Rath.

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FRONTLINE is produced at GBH in Boston and is broadcast nationwide on PBS. Funding for FRONTLINE is provided through the support of PBS viewers and by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Additional support for FRONTLINE is provided by the Abrams Foundation, Park Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Heising-Simons Foundation, and the FRONTLINE Journalism Fund, with major support from Jon and Jo Ann Hagler on behalf of the Jon L. Hagler Foundation, and additional support from Koo and Patricia Yuen. Additional support for this program is provided by the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation.

CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
00:43 - Donald Trump, the First Former U.S. President Charged With Crimes in Office
05:10 - How the House Jan. 6 Committee Was Formed
26:14 - What Did Former President Trump Know About the 2020 Election Results and When Did He Know It?
44:06 - A Georgia Election Official’s Warning to Trump About Potential for Violence
51:17 - Arizona Lawmaker Rusty Bowers Recalls Call With Trump: ‘You’re Asking Me to Break My Oath’
1:03:02 - Poll Workers Caught in an Election Fraud Conspiracy Theory
1:16:37 - Brad Raffensperger Describes His Georgia Election Phone Call With Trump
1:24:21- Trump’s Call for a “Big Protest” in D.C. on Jan. 6, 2021
1:34:23 - The Pressure on Trump’s Justice Department in the 2020 Election’s Aftermath
1:42:10 - President Trump, Vice President Pence and the Jan. 6 Election Certification
1:54:04 - Trump White House Aide Cassidy Hutchinson Testifies Before the Jan. 6 Committee
2:05:21 - House Select Committee Examines What President Trump Did for 187 Minutes on Jan. 6
2:17:55 - Former President Donald Trump’s Looming Trial
2:21:58 - Credits

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Sunday on PBS News Weekend, ahead of the 96th annual Academy Awards, we look at the role and recognition of women in front of and behind the camera. Then, a new book examines the relationship between Saddam Hussein and the U.S. across four administrations. Plus, what’s behind the recent push for legislation that gives fetuses the legal rights of a person.

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2024 Oscars spotlight progress, struggles for women in film
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A new look at the U.S. relationship with Saddam Hussein
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The role of fetal personhood in the anti-abortion movement
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00:00 - Intro
02:01 - News Wrap
04:56 - Women in Film
10:34 - The Achilles Trap
18:10 - After Roe
23:17 - Goodnight

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Uncover the shocking history of the early 20th-century campaign to breed a “better” American race.

THE EUGENICS CRUSADE tells the story of the unlikely—and largely unknown—project to breed a better American race, tracing the rise of a movement that turned a scientific theory of heredity into a powerful instrument of social control. Populated by figures both celebrated and obscure, it is an often revelatory portrait of an America at once strange and eerily familiar.

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Tuesday on the NewsHour, we report from the U.S.-Mexico border, where migrant arrivals are straining resources and dividing communities on how to respond. A look at bipartisan legislation that could force TikTok’s chinese parent company to sell or face a nationwide ban. Plus, a look at how the illegal trafficking of high-caliber guns from the U.S. is helping to fuel the gang violence in Haiti.

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Biden classified docs special counsel testifies to House’
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News Wrap: Biden and Trump set to clinch 2024 nominations
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Global migrants make there way to Arizona’s southern border
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Why TikTok's parent company may face divestment or U.S. ban
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Haiti gang violence bolstered by trafficked U.S. weapons
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A look at data as concerns grow around surging violent crime
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How a seasoned lawyer is forging a new musical path
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SRL speaks with surgeon general on youth mental health
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00:00 - Introduction
02:45 - Classified Documents
06:33 - News Wrap
10:39 - On the Border
14:54 - Social Control
26:01 - Haiti in Crisis
36:19 - Violent Crime
42:43 - Second Act
49:16 - On Our Minds

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, a bipartisan majority in the house passes legislation that could result in a TIkTok ban in the U.S. if its Chinese owners don’t sell. The race for the White House is officially a rematch of 2020 after Biden and Trump clinch their parties’ nominations. Plus, the dangerous journey migrant children take, many on their own, seeking safety in the U.S.

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How a TikTok ban could violate 1st Amendment rights
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News Wrap: Judge tosses some charges in 2020 election case
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Trump, Biden prepare for rematch after clinching nominations
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Unaccompanied children make dangerous trek to U.S. border
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Israel announces plan to evacuate Rafah ahead of offensive
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Boeing remains under scrutiny amid quality control issues
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Politics divide families in the run-up to the 2024 election
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00:00 - Introduction
02:24 - Social Control
10:14 - News Wrap
14:21 - Vote 2024
22:44 - On the Border
27:11 - War in the Holy Land
35:54 - Trouble in the Skies
44:16 - America at a Crossroads

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As new questions arise about Boeing’s troubled 737 Max jet, FRONTLINE and The New York Times update an award-winning investigation into the design, oversight and production of a plane that was involved in two crashes that killed 346 people.

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In October 2018, a Boeing 737 Max passenger jet crashed shortly after takeoff off the coast of Indonesia. Five months later, following an eerily similar flight pattern, another 737 Max 8 went down in Ethiopia. Everyone on board the flights died.

"Boeing's Fatal Flaw" tells the inside story of what led up to the crashes — revealing how intense market pressure and failed oversight contributed to tragic deaths and a catastrophic crisis for one of the world’s most iconic industrial names.

This updated documentary also examines what’s happened since the original film first aired in 2021, including the January 2024 Alaska Airlines incident where a panel blew off a Boeing 737 Max jet’s body midair, and how Boeing has responded.

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 - Prologue
01:05 - Boeing 737 Max Crashes on Indonesian and Ethiopian Airlines
19:20 - The FAA’s Regulatory Oversight of Boeing’s 737 Max
45:27 - Blowout on an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max Plane
51:58 - Credits

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