FRONTLINE
03/25/2017 at 15:17. Facebook
Many older Americans plan to delay their retirement. Some may never stop working. Our 2013 investigation:

The Retirement Gamble

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FRONTLINE
03/25/2017 at 01:49. Facebook
Looking for something to watch? Look no further. We've got over 200 docs, streaming online, all for free.

FRONTLINE - Documentary films and thought-provoking journalism

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FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 22:09. Facebook
There are over 2 million people behind bars in America. Our 2014 doc looks at the cycle of incarceration:

Prison State

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FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 18:37. Facebook
A note from our Executive Producer, on President Trump’s budget proposal:

A Devastating Budget

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FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
The Affordable Care Act has expanded health insurance for millions -- but as an excerpt from "Divided States of America" shows, its passage also contributed to years of political polarization.

WATCH: How "Obamacare" Became a Symbol of America's Divide

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FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 15:13. Facebook
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is free. A look back at the Arab Spring protests that led to his ouster:

Revolution in Cairo

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FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 02:55. Facebook
Last summer, 643 men and boys disappeared from a town in Iraq -- and today, their families have no idea whether they're dead or alive. FRONTLINE's Ramita Navai goes on the ground to investigate in this scene from "Iraq Uncovered." [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
03/24/2017 at 01:12. Facebook
Many older Americans plan to delay their retirement. Some may never stop working. Our 2013 investigation:

The Retirement Gamble

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FRONTLINE
03/23/2017 at 23:48. Facebook
"Here's [FRONTLINE director] Patrick Wells traveling in style" across Iraq, says producer Ramita Navai. It took the team time to gain trust with locals to go undercover throughout the country. "It was me, director Patrick Wells (pictured), and producer Mais al-Bayaa. It's a small, tight team, and it's Iraq — you have to talk to people, and look them in the whites of the eyes and bond with...
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03/23/2017 at 22:44. Facebook
We've got over 200 documentaries streaming for free online that you can check out for guilt-free binge watching. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 21:11. Facebook
"I was not prepared for the level of killing," says FRONTLINE producer Ramita Navai, on filming "Iraq Uncovered." [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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03/23/2017 at 19:27. Facebook
How did the Affordable Care Act become a symbol of America’s divide? "Divided States of America" offers a closer look at the polarization and partisanship that gridlocked Washington in the Obama era. Stream it online, anytime. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
03/23/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Today, the House is set to vote on the future of the Affordable Care Act. The Atlantic's Molly Ball told FRONTLINE "the movement to defund Obamacare" started years ago. Here's what she shared about grassroots pressure on Republicans to repeal "Obamacare" once in office:

Molly Ball | Divided States of America

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FRONTLINE
03/23/2017 at 14:37. Facebook
Why would four men confess to a brutal crime they didn't commit? Here's an update on what's happened to the "Norfolk Four" since they gave false confessions 20 years ago: [ To.pbs.org Link ]

And from the archives, our doc "The Confessions" investigates the story of this group of innocents who were convicted.

The Confessions

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FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 22:20. Facebook
The "Norfolk Four" were pardoned today -- two decades after falsely confessing to a murder they didn't commit. "These pardons close the final chapter on a grave injustice that has plagued these four men for nearly 20 years," Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said.

"Norfolk Four" Pardoned 20 Years After False Confessions

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FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 21:15. Facebook
Hundreds of boys and men from a town in Iraq went missing last summer, and their loved ones don't know if they're dead or alive. Locals say the Shia militiamen who drove ISIS out of town -- and were supposed to protect them -- are to blame. FRONTLINE's Ramita Navai investigates. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 20:05. Facebook
As North Korea makes headlines for a failed missile test, get an inside look at how ordinary people living inside the country are resisting their regime. Our 2014 doc "Secret State of North Korea" is streaming online, anytime and catch it on PBS April 4.

Secret State of North Korea

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FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 19:31. Facebook
All of these children’s fathers are missing, a Sunni woman in Iraq tells FRONTLINE correspondent Ramita Navai. More on the 643 missing men of Saqlawiyah -- an Iraqi town liberated from ISIS: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 18:57. Facebook
In today's Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Trump's nominee Neil Gorsuch was pressed for his position on physician-assisted suicide. For a closer look at the assisted suicide debate, see our 2012 doc "The Suicide Plan."

The Suicide Plan

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FRONTLINE
03/22/2017 at 16:27. Facebook
FRONTLINE's Ramita Navai, on why she took the risk of going undercover in Diyala -- the "wild west of Iraq":

"This is where the militia are acting as gangs, with impunity. They've infiltrated the federal police, they're kidnapping for ransom, they're killing... we realized this was a place that we absolutely had to go into."

"I Was Not Prepared for the Level of Killing": Ramita Navai on "Iraq Uncovered"

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