At Black-owned funeral homes in New Orleans, COVID-19 reshapes the grieving process. Filmmaker Jacqueline Olive examines how the pandemic has transformed mourning in a city known for its jazz-filled funerals.
At Black-owned funeral homes in New Orleans, COVID-19 reshapes the grieving process. How the pandemic has transformed mourning in a city known for its jazz-filled funerals.
How Iranian-backed Shia militias are terrorizing Iraq. FRONTLINE investigates allegations that militias are threatening and killing critics with impunity and targeting US interests.
Yemen-born journalist Nawal al-Maghafi returns to her home country to investigate how the coronavirus pandemic has deepened what has been called the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Following six years of war, an estimated 2 million children in Yemen suffer from starvation, and 3.5 million people have been internally displaced.
Award-winning FRONTLINE correspondent Ramita Navai investigates allegations that Iranian-backed Shia militias are threatening and killing critics with impunity and targeting U.S. interests.
The untold story of the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic and how China responded. Chinese scientists and doctors, international disease experts and health officials reveal missed opportunities to suppress the outbreak, and lessons for the world.
From his first days as president to his last, how Trump stoked division, violence, and insurrection. FRONTLINE investigates Trump’s siege on his enemies, the media, and even the leaders of his own party, who for years ignored the warning signs of what was to come.
FRONTLINE tells the story of how crisis and tragedy prepared Joe Biden to become America’s next president. Those who know him best describe the searing moments that shaped President-elect Biden and what those challenges reveal about how he will govern.
On Jan. 6, 2021, a mob of President Trump's supporters invaded the U.S. Capitol building, while Congress was meeting to certify Joe Biden's victory in the presidential election. The rioters had planned online for weeks in plain sight, raising questions about why the police presence was so easily overwhelmed.
With press freedom under threat in the Philippines, "A Thousand Cuts" goes inside the escalating war between the press and the government. The documentary follows Maria Ressa, a renowned journalist who has become a top target of President Duterte's crackdown on the news media.
Christiane Amanpour hosts a roundtable conversation about the new documentary “A Thousand Cuts” with director Ramona Diaz and film subject Maria Ressa, a prime target in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on the press.
The story of an American mother who takes her son to the ISIS-controlled city of Raqqa. A special report three years in the making investigating how the family ended up in Syria and what happened when they came home to the United States.
From the coronavirus pandemic to protests to the polls, 2020 has been a year of tumult — and FRONTLINE has covered it every step of the way. Whatever 2021 may hold, you can count on FRONTLINE to keep bringing you journalism that’s fair, trusted and transparent.
An investigation of how a 30-year-old grievance sparked an epic and bitter political struggle for control of the country’s highest court. FRONTLINE traces how Mitch McConnell’s decades-long strategy to reshape the Supreme Court led to Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation.
A FRONTLINE post-election special on the lives, fears and hopes of Americans, from the pandemic to the polls. This documentary was filmed around the U.S. for much of the year, following Americans as they dealt with COVID-19 in their communities this spring, responded to George Floyd’s killing this summer, and then experienced this divisive election and its aftermath this fall.
Allegations of voter fraud and disenfranchisement in the lead up to the 2020 election. With Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb investigates how the pandemic is being used to sway turnout.
As America chooses its next president in the midst of a historic pandemic, FRONTLINE investigates whose vote counts — and whose might not. With Columbia Journalism Investigations and USA Today, New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb reports on allegations of voter disenfranchisement, rhetoric and realities around mail-in ballots, and how the pandemic could impact turnout.
Why was the United States left scrambling for critical medical equipment as the coronavirus swept the country? With the Associated Press, FRONTLINE investigates the fragmented global medical supply chain and its deadly consequences.
En este especial de dos horas del veterano cineasta de FRONTLINE Michael Kirk y su equipo, escuche a los amigos, familiares, colegas y adversarios acerca de los desafíos que dieron forma a las vidas de Trump y Biden y podría informar cómo enfrentarán las crisis que enfrenta la nación en este momento crucial.
"The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden" examines how both candidates have responded to crises throughout their lives — starting back at the beginning. This excerpt goes inside Joe Biden's formative struggle with stuttering as a child.