Frontline - Season 34

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Episode Guide

  • 9/13/16
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    An examination of alleged predatory behavior and fraud in the for-profit college industry as well as the collapse of Corinthian Colleges. Also: the impact that a program to stem the high school drop-out crisis had on one young woman.
  • Policing the Police
    Episode 17
    6/28/16
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    The effort to reform the Newark Police Department is examined. Included: allegations of police abuses levied against the department; and the challenge of fixing its relationship with the community.
  • 5/24/16
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    An examination of the money to be made from disasters. The report focuses on Superstorm Sandy, including the thousands still displaced from their homes; the agencies that were supposed to help; and companies that made millions.
  • 5/17/16
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    A history of ISIS, including its earliest plans and the Islamic radicals who became its leaders. Also: warning signs missed by America.
  • Benghazi in Crisis
    Episode 14
    5/3/16
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    Journalist Feras Kilani reports from war-torn Benghazi, which is besieged by ISIS and warring militias. Also: a report on the fighting in Yemen.
  • Children of Syria
    Episode 13
    4/19/16
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    The story of four children from the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo who seek refuge in Germany. Filmed over three years, the report details the siege of Aleppo; the kidnapping of their father; and the struggles they face as refugees.
  • 3/29/16
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    Efforts to bring about change in Saudi Arabia are examined.
  • Chasing Heroin
    Episode 11
    2/23/16
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    The heroin epidemic in America is examined through the prism of four addicts in Seattle. Included: U.S. drug policy; and what happens when heroin is treated like a public health crisis, not a crime.
  • 2/9/16
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    A joint investigation with the New York Times of fantasy sports and online sports betting. Included: the growth of such businesses; and a look inside their operations.
  • 1/19/16
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    An investigation of the dangers of vitamins and supplements. Included: the risks of taking mega-doses of vitamins; and how vitamins and supplements are marketed and regulated.
  • Netanyahu at War
    Episode 8
    1/5/16
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    An examination of the clash between Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama. Included: Netanyahu's rise to power; and his disagreement with the president over how to handle Iran and its nuclear program.
  • 11/17/15
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    A report on ISIS in Afghanistan, including its skirmishes with Taliban and Afghan forces; and how it's training of the next generation of jihadists.
  • 11/3/15
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    An investigation into a series of unsolved murders of Vietnamese-American journalists.
  • 10/27/15
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    Martin Smith reports from government-controlled areas in war-torn Syria. Included: firsthand accounts from Syrians caught in the conflict.
  • Immigration Battle
    Episode 4
    10/20/15
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    An examination of the battle over immigration reform, including policy changes proposed by President Obama.
  • My Brother's Bomber
    10/13/15
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    Conclusion. "Frontline" producer Ken Dornstein's investigation of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, uncovers information about a possible Lockerbie bomb-maker, whom he attempts to contact.
  • My Brother's Bomber
    10/6/15
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    Part 2 of 3. "Frontline" producer Ken Dornstein's search for the terrorists who blew up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, takes him to Zurich and then back to Libya.
  • My Brother's Bomber
    9/29/15
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    Part 1 of 3. The Season 34 premiere features "Frontline" producer Ken Dornstein's investigation of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed 270 people, including his brother David. Two Libyans were identified as suspects in the attack and, after protracted negotiations with Libya, were tried in court, but only one was convicted; and the belief was that there were more co-conspirators. Here, Dornstein's quest to learn the truth takes him to Libya.moreless