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04/26/2017 at 07:36. Facebook
Around 80,000 people are in solitary in U.S. prisons. Here's a closer look at solitary confinement in America -- by the numbers:
Around 80000 people are in solitary in US prisons Heres a closer

Solitary by the Numbers

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The Law Of Attraction - What you seek is seeking you
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FRONTLINE
04/26/2017 at 06:47. Facebook
ICYMI: FRONTLINE won two Peabody Awards for documentaries on ISIS and the refugee crisis. You can catch them both streaming here:
ICYMI FRONTLINE won two Peabody Awards for documentaries on ISIS and the

FRONTLINE Wins Two Peabody Awards for Documentaries on ISIS and the Refugee Crisis

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04/26/2017 at 05:03. Facebook
"What fish should I eat that's good for me and good for the planet?" Follow author Paul Greenberg's journey, from ship to shore, in "The Fish on My Plate" -- now streaming on our website: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
What fish should I eat thats good for me and good for
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FRONTLINE
04/26/2017 at 01:56. Facebook
One tip Paul Greenberg has for health (and budget) conscious would-be seafood eaters: Go for the vacuum-packed Alaska sockeye salmon. "Outside of wild salmon season from June to August, fish you’re going to see on the counter has usually been defrosted. It makes much more sense to go to the frozen food bin and get those nice vacuumed-packed Alaska sockeye salmon that usually come in around $10...
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Q&A: Why Paul Greenberg Spent a Year of His Life Eating Fish

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yesterday at 22:35. Facebook
Ahead of tonight's new FRONTLINE, "The Fish on My Plate," read an excerpt from author Paul Greenberg's best-selling book about how four fish have come to dominate the seafood market:
Ahead of tonights new FRONTLINE The Fish on My Plate read an

Excerpt: "Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food"

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yesterday at 21:03. Facebook
How do the fish we eat end up on our plates? Paul Greenberg travels from the waters of Alaska to the world's largest fishery in Peru to explore the health of the planet -- and his own. Tune in TONIGHT to follow his journey. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
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Ed Casey
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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 17:21. Facebook
Ahead of tonight's premiere of "The Fish on My Plate," we spoke with correspondent Paul Greenberg about lessons learned from his year of eating fish, why he says "we’re going to have to change the kinds of seafood that we eat," and why he calls the omega-3s found in fish oil the "Forrest Gump" of molecules.
Ahead of tonights premiere of The Fish on My Plate we spoke

Q&A: Why Paul Greenberg Spent a Year of His Life Eating Fish

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FRONTLINE
yesterday at 14:42. Facebook
People are consuming more seafood than ever before. What does this mean for our health, and the health of our oceans? FRONTLINE investigates TONIGHT in "The Fish on My Plate" -- on PBS and streaming here: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
People are consuming more seafood than ever before What does this mean
Luis Ferreira
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yesterday at 03:00. Facebook
Solitary confinement goes by many names: restricted housing, segregation, isolation. No matter what prisons call it, inmates are separated from the general population, held in their cells for 22 to 24 hours a day, for at least 15 consecutive days. Here's a deep dive into solitary across America: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Solitary confinement goes by many names restricted housing segregation isolation No matter
Kathleen Robinson
Leisa Sharpe
Mary McCullough
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yesterday at 00:12. Facebook
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, take a look back at FRONTLINE's reporting that documents one of humanity's darkest hours, and implores us to never forget.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day take a look back at FRONTLINEs reporting that

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May Pearl
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 22:01. Facebook
Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day. This interactive map shows just a sliver of the reach of Germany’s network of enslavement from 1933 to 1945.
Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day This interactive map shows just a sliver

In Mapping the Holocaust, a Horrifying Lesson in Nazi "Paths to Persecution"

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Charles Herbek
Carlota Baca
Jeff Harlan
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 20:06. Facebook
How do the fish we eat end up on our plates? Paul Greenberg travels from the waters of Alaska to the world's largest fishery in Peru to explore the health of the planet -- and his own. Tune in on April 25 to follow this journey. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
How do the fish we eat end up on our plates Paul
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Michael Stork
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 19:55. Facebook
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, take a journey with filmmaker Marian Marzynski as he searches for a childhood lost in the Holocaust.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day take a journey with filmmaker Marian Marzynski as

Never Forget to Lie

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Thomas Mack
Roger Komula
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 18:22. Facebook
Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day. "Memory of the Camps" documents one of humanity's darkest hours, and implores us never to forget. Stream it online for an important look back:
Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day Memory of the Camps documents one of

Memory of the Camps

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Jon Maynard
Letty Regan
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 17:55. Facebook
Solitary confinement across America, by the numbers:
Solitary confinement across America by the numbers:

Solitary by the Numbers

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Ray Barry
Julianna Siracusa Rivera
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 16:32. Facebook
"Almost half the fish and shellfish consumed in the world is now farmed. Is that helpful or harmful?" asks Paul Greenberg, a current Pew Environment Fellow in Marine Conservation. Here's a first look at what Paul uncovered while making our upcoming doc, "The Fish on My Plate."
Almost half the fish and shellfish consumed in the world is now

What Happens When You Eat Seafood at Every Meal for a Year?

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Susan Luis
Mark Pavkov
Derek Anthony McDow
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 14:21. Facebook
Once Dan Edge, Lauren Mucciolo and Tim Grucza (pictured) walked through the gates of Maine State Prison, no phones were allowed. The FRONTLINE team entered an area of the U.S. prison system the world rarely sees, capturing what life is like in solitary confinement. And what did they find? “Prison is often a traumatic and terrifying place," director Dan Edge told The Bangor Daily News. "It’ll...
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Billy Taylor
Jane Lockhart
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 13:48. Facebook
“What fish should I eat that’s good for me and good for the planet?” Best-selling author Paul Greenberg tackles this subject in FRONTLINE’s "The Fish on My Plate" -- premiering April 25, on PBS. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
What fish should I eat thats good for me and good for
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Margaret S Tucker
Brandon Baxter
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 02:21. Facebook
State health officials say lack of federal funds could harm their ability to prepare for a new wave of Zika.
State health officials say lack of federal funds could harm their ability

As Zika Season Nears, States Brace for an End to CDC Funding

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Kathleen Tannian Sheehan
Mike Pichette
Kat Rivers
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FRONTLINE
04/24/2017 at 01:29. Facebook
End your weekend on a smart note. Here are over 200 documentaries, streaming online, for your guilt-free binge watching:
End your weekend on a smart note Here are over 200 documentaries

FRONTLINE - Documentary films online

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