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Looking for something to watch? Look no further. We've got over 200 docs streaming online. For free.

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 23:35. Facebook
In Mosul, Iraq, many civilians are afraid of both ISIS and the Iraqi army -- and it's difficult for the soldiers to tell who's who. When an army unit enters this home, watch as the family shakes in fear of the very men who are supposed to protect them. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 21:40. Facebook
Former Gitmo detainee Mansoor al Dayfi is unhappy with his situation in Serbia, where he was sent upon release, and says he feels pushed into a corner. Follow his story "Out of Gitmo" in our latest doc with NPR -- streaming online, anytime.

Out of Gitmo

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 19:55. Facebook
“Could some of these people be hardened into [terrorists] because of the way they were treated...? Sure." - Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Defense

Chuck Hagel: Closing Guantanamo is an "Imperfect Process"

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 17:39. Facebook
What might the upcoming rise in interest rates mean for you? We investigate with Marketplace Business News and PBS NewsHour:
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 16:46. Facebook
From the archives: Explore the struggles & choices facing transgender kids and their families.

WATCH: "Growing Up Trans"

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 15:11. Facebook
Famine has been declared in parts of South Sudan, with 100,000 facing starvation. How the man-made food crisis began:
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 13:00. Facebook
"These people had not even been charged with a crime, but they were treated worse than criminals."- Judge Sterling Johnson

With rare footage, discover the little-known history of Gitmo in FRONTLINE and Retro Report's "Forever Prison."

Forever Prison

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 10:55. Facebook
Who gets out of Guantanamo Bay prison? Here's a closer look at 30 former "forever prisoners" released during the Obama administration: [ Bit.ly Link ]
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 08:22. Facebook
"Politics" kept Gitmo open, "not national security," says Matt Olson who led Obama's Guantanamo Review Task Force.

Matt Olsen: "Politics" Kept Guantanamo Open, "Not National Security"

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 05:52. Facebook
Our 2007 interview with Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster who was recently named President Trump's national security adviser:

The FRONTLINE Interviews - Col. H.R. McMaster

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 04:00. Facebook
Over a decade before 9/11, nearly 12,000 Haitians seeking asylum in the U.S. were held at the naval base in Guantanamo Bay, with no access to lawyers like they would have had inside the United States. Stream "Forever Prison" online, anytime for the little-known history of Gitmo:

Forever Prison

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 02:41. Facebook
Did you catch last night's new FRONTLINE, "Out of Gitmo?" Stream it online, anytime, for a look inside one of the world's most controversial prisons. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 01:11. Facebook
Is a U.S. oil company drilling the lands of an ancient Inca village? Venture deep within the Peruvian Amazon and join the hunt for legendary ruins that may save this anient land, in "Hunt for the Inca Ruins" -- our 360° experience:
FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 23:11. Facebook
On your commute? Take FRONTLINE with you. The audiocast for last night's new doc, "Forever Prison," is now available:

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | Forever Prison

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FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 21:34. Facebook
"This gate would literally be the last gate [detainees] walk through before they get their transportation to leave Guantanamo Bay." Go inside one of the world's most dangerous prisons with NPR's Arun Rath in our latest doc, "Out of Gitmo."

Out of Gitmo

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FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 16:32. Facebook
Meet Isra'a, age 11. She knows not every migrant survives the journey across the Mediterranean Sea, so she's made a plan on who saves who if her family's dinghy sinks. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 13:48. Facebook
Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Defense, personally signed off on the release of over 40 Gitmo detainees during his tenure. Read his FRONTLINE interview:

Chuck Hagel: Closing Guantanamo is an "Imperfect Process"

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FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 12:12. Facebook
ICYMI: FRONTLINE was honored this week at the Writers Guild Awards. Stream our winning docs online, anytime:

FRONTLINE Recognized at 2017 Writers Guild Awards

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FRONTLINE
02/22/2017 at 10:11. Facebook
"Do we really want to [keep] people forever in a prison?” Matt Olson led Obama's Gitmo Review Task Force. Here's what he told FRONTLINE about Guantanamo Bay prison:

Matt Olsen: "Politics" Kept Guantanamo Open, "Not National Security"

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