FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 07:34. Facebook
Driving: An act of defiance?
Here are 5 ways some ordinary Saudis are challenging their government: [ To.pbs.org Link ]
Driving An act of defiance Here are 5 ways some ordinary Saudis
Rhonda Ross
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 05:42. Facebook
Teen brains are ruled by a "fight or flight" response. Are police trained to deal with this?
Teen brains are ruled by a "fight or flight" response Are police trained to deal with this

Why Some Officers Are Policing Kids Differently

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Pat O'Malley
Doug Zieman
Vickie Denham
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
yesterday at 01:11. Facebook
In our 36th season, FRONTLINE brings you inside the stories that matter most -- because now, more than ever, we’re working to bring you truth, depth and transparency in journalism. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
Robert Michael Pristupa
Vinko Ivo Milić Díaz
Dwana Cal
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 22:11. Facebook
What does poverty look like through the eyes of a child? Our 2012 doc followed the experiences of three kids whose families struggle to stay above the poverty line.
What does poverty look like through the eyes of a child Our

Poor Kids

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Rosanna Louise
Sharon Whelan
Heidi M. Fanning
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 20:11. Facebook
As Yemen's cholera epidemic continues to sweep the war-torn nation, our doc "Yemen Under Siege" captures the stunning human toll of the country's conflict. [ To.pbs.org Link ]
As Yemens cholera epidemic continues to sweep the wartorn nation our doc
William Helfrich
Anm Corr
Silvia Yescas DelaPena
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 18:44. Facebook
With ISIS under siege in Mosul, stream "Hunting ISIS" online, anytime, for an on-the-ground look at how an elite Iraqi unit hunted ISIS in a city full of civilians:
With ISIS under siege in Mosul stream Hunting ISIS online anytime for

Hunting ISIS

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FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 17:10. Facebook
Explore why Greenland's glaciers are melting faster than expected -- and what it could mean for the rest of the world -- in this 360° video.
Bruce Harayda
Robert C Rivers
Kenneth Stinson
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 15:09. Facebook
When it comes to supplements, what's really inside the bottle? You can watch "Supplements and Safety" online, anytime, or catch it this Tuesday on PBS.
When it comes to supplements whats really inside the bottle You can

Supplements and Safety

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J Noelle Matzek
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 12:41. Facebook
Out and about? Take FRONTLINE with you. You can listen to over 100 of our investigations on SoundCloud.
Out and about Take FRONTLINE with you You can listen to over

FRONTLINE Audiocasts

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FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 10:37. Facebook
For more than two decades, FRONTLINE and Bill Moyers followed two ordinary, hard-working families in Milwaukee -- one black, one white -- as they pursued the American dream. From the archives:
For more than two decades FRONTLINE and Bill Moyers followed two ordinary

Two American Families

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FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 08:04. Facebook
You probably don't need to eat 15 jars of peanut butter in one sitting. Compare dosages for some of the most common supplements to the amount of nutrients available in everyday foods in FRONTLINE's interactive:
You probably dont need to eat 15 jars of peanut butter in

Are Supplements Too Much of a Good Thing?

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Bob Gricycle
Violet Rose
Mendoza Victor
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 05:25. Facebook
"So many people today live ...in whole communities where nobody disagrees with them." - The Atlantic's Molly Ball
So many people today live in whole communities where nobody disagrees with

Molly Ball | Divided States of America

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Patty Cleary
Natalie Theige
Christine Lincoln
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 03:12. Facebook
"This is because of conflict, it's man-made, it's very severe, the numbers are absolutely staggering," United Nations' humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien said about Yemen's cholera epidemic on June 22. FRONTLINE's Martin Smith and his team documented how one hospital in Sana'a was dealing with the outbreak in May. After more than two years of war, less than half of Yemen's hospitals are fully...
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This is because of conflict its manmade its very severe the numbers
Peter Hogan
Scott Smiley
Dottie Hanna
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 01:54. Facebook
The fight against ISIS is literally door-to-door in Mosul, Iraq, where civilians fear not only the terrorists, but also the Iraqi army. 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 ]
Catherine McIlwain
Bryan Evans
Zeeshan Khan
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/24/2017 at 00:26. Facebook
Over 200 full FRONTLINE docs are available to watch online, anytime -- for free (link below). Which ones have you watched more than once?
Over 200 full FRONTLINE docs are available to watch online anytime for

FRONTLINE - Full films online

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Isolde Knaap
Tom Pullin
Carlos Cureau
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/23/2017 at 21:01. Facebook
Americans spend over $1 billion on fish oil products every year, but do you know what's in these supplements? Check out a scene from Tuesday's "Supplements and Safety:" [ To.pbs.org Link ]
Americans spend over 1 billion on fish oil products every year but
Em Q Davis
Isabelle Bagshaw
Tawanda Thurman
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/23/2017 at 19:33. Facebook
Do you know what you're actually taking when you take supplements? When the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia asked manufacturers to prove their products contained what the labels promised, only 35 met hospital standards.
Do you know what youre actually taking when you take supplements When

Supplements and Safety

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Mls Garcia
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/23/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
Go inside ISIS hideouts, to the edge of burning oil fields that ISIS has set ablaze, and into the growing camps for displaced people that now exist across Mosul in our 360° video:
Willi Roster
Osama Sarfaraz
Laird Grayson
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/23/2017 at 17:12. Facebook
Can cops and communities rebuild broken trust? In the wake of the acquittal of the Minnesota officer who fatally shot Philando Castile, watch our doc "Policing the Police" for a look at efforts toward police reform in a city plagued by violent crime.
Can cops and communities rebuild broken trust In the wake of the

Policing the Police

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Larry Borrowman
Quela Best
Leslie Linda Sinclair
FRONTLINE
FRONTLINE
06/23/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
What might the U.S. learn from the rest of the world about how to run a health care system? In 2008, FRONTLINE investigated.
What might the US learn from the rest of the world about

Sick Around The World

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Terisa Shoebridge
Beyond-The-Spectrum
Bernadette Cemore