Archives December 2008
In the NewsDecember 30, 2008
So what is it about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that makes it so difficult to resolve? A short course on the obstacles to peace in the mideast.
FlashbackDecember 24, 2008
Was Jesus who we think he was? One of the most popular FRONTLINE programs ever explores the life of Christ, and challenges long-held assumptions about the origins of Christianity.
In the NewsDecember 22, 2008
Dick Cheney tells Fox News, we did what we had to do to save the nation. Does that argument wash? What are the limits of presidential authority after 9/11?
FRONTLINE / WorldDecember 20, 2008
As Siemens AG pays the largest fine for bribery in modern corporate history, the man who ran the show tells FRONTLINE, "I didn't really look at it from an ethical standpoint." An exclusive video interview.
In the NewsDecember 19, 2008
Who benefits from the new credit card regulations issued this past week? Quite likely you do. Here's why...
In the NewsDecember 18, 2008
A mastermind of the Rwandan genocide gets a life sentence, and FRONTLINE revisits his grisly tale.
FRONTLINE / WorldDecember 12, 2008
Pakistan moves against a popular group with alleged ties to the Mumbai attackers. From FRONTLINE/World, a background report on another side of Jamaat ud Dawa.
In the NewsDecember 12, 2008
A new report on abuses at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo confirms what FRONTLINE reported three years ago: The orders came from the top.
In the NewsDecember 8, 2008
Extra, extra: From News War, the backstory on the Tribune Company's road to Chapter 11.
In the NewsDecember 7, 2008
Five years ago, the general just named to head the Dept. of Veterans Affairs gave testimony to Congress that cost him a 38-year career. Here's what happened.
In the NewsDecember 4, 2008
Once upon a time, our automobile industry really was the heartbeat of America. What happened? A lot of wrong turns, including this whopper from the early 90s.