Senior correspondent Judy Woodruff writes about this week's hacking attacks on PBS websites and overcoming efforts to silence a free press.
Late Sunday, hackers gained access to several areas of PBS' web servers and published a fake news story on the PBS NewsHour's news blog, The Rundown, about late rapper Tupac Shakur being spotted alive in New Zealand.
On Tuesday's edition of Frontline, entitled "WikiSecrets," correspondent Martin Smith unravels the mysteries of Bradley Manning, the Army private who allegedly stole thousands of classified government documents and shared them with WikiLeaks. In this excerpt, Frontline reveals the hacker who…
// In the spring of 2010, more than 500,000 classified documents, including secret diplomatic cables and war logs from Iraq and Afghanistan, appeared on the WikiLeaks website in what was the largest intelligence breach in American history. U.S. Army Intelligence…
Hari Sreenivasan talks to Frontline producer Martin Smith about the special "WikiSecrets".
"The Interrupters" confronts Chicago's gang violence.
In a Frontline excerpt, an Afghan journalist risks his life to search for militants who say they fight in the name of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden. The episode airs Tuesday night on most PBS stations.
Lowell Bergman talks to Hari Sreenivasan about the money behind the NCAA.
PBS' Frontline airs a report Tuesday night called "Revolution in Cairo" on Egypt's youth movement, which mobilized under the radar of the secret police by using social media, including Twitter and Facebook.
By Larisa Epatko
On the eve of a major donors conference for Haiti in New York, Frontline correspondent Martin Smith checked in with us to discuss the chaos of the immediate aftermath of the Jan. 12 earthquake and the challenges that lie ahead.
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