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Boeing's Fatal Flaw

How Boeing's Flawed 737 Max Made It Into the Air
Tom Jennings, director of "Boeing’s Fatal Flaw," and New York Times reporter David Gelles detail their findings in a new episode of "The FRONTLINE Dispatch" podcast.
October 28, 2021
Former Boeing 737 Max Pilot Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Grand Jury Indictment
Mark Forkner’s role at Boeing leading up to the crashes that killed 346 people was detailed by The New York Times and FRONTLINE in ‘Boeing’s Fatal Flaw.’
October 15, 2021
What Has Happened to Boeing Since the 737 Max Crashes
Since 346 people were killed in two crashes involving Boeing 737 Max planes in 2018 and 2019, the airplane maker has faced a number of changes. Here, a brief look.
September 14, 2021
In 737 Max Crashes, Boeing Pointed to Pilot Error — Despite a Fatal Design Flaw
Watch a scene from ‘Boeing’s Fatal Flaw,’ a documentary on the 737 Max plane crashes that killed 346 people.
September 14, 2021

Afghanistan: Then & Now

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Taliban Takeover
The Taliban take over Afghanistan, and the threat of ISIS and Al Qaeda intensifies.
October 12, 2021
‘Brink of Collapse': How Frozen Assets & Halted Foreign Aid Are Impacting the Afghan People
Even before the Taliban took over Afghanistan, the country was facing grave challenges. And then came the freezing of aid.
October 12, 2021
‘I Cannot Protect Her’: A Granddaughter Gone Missing. A Leading Activist Unable to Help.
As FRONTLINE’s Najibullah Quraishi was interviewing women’s rights activist Mahbouba Seraj in Afghanistan, something unexpected happened.
October 12, 2021
17 Essential Documentaries on the War in Afghanistan — and Its Consequences
These documentaries explore how the war in Afghanistan began and evolved, what it has meant for ordinary Afghan citizens and the ongoing consequences of the U.S. withdrawal.
October 12, 2021

The "Un(re)solved" podcast

"Very quickly, we established a pattern, which was that hundreds and hundreds of politicians ... were active participants and beneficiaries of this offshore system."
WILL FITZGIBBON, ICIJ reporter

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Can Federal Legislation Rein in South Dakota Trusts?
The ENABLERS Act, introduced amid the Pandora Papers revelations, aims to check the U.S. financial-services industry. Does it go far enough?
November 29, 2021
A Rare Look Inside Police Training in Utah
How might police training impact whom, when and why officers shoot? Watch an excerpt from the new FRONTLINE/Salt Lake Tribune documentary “Shots Fired.”
November 23, 2021
THE PEGASUS PROJECT Live Blog: Major Stories from Partners
A curated and regularly updated list of news articles from our partners in “The Pegasus Project,” a collaborative investigation among 17 journalism outlets around the world.
November 23, 2021
Is the Fear Factor Overblown in Police Shootings?
Utah’s police training has been questioned for focusing on worst-case scenarios.
November 22, 2021
Episode 11, epilogue: "The wounds and the scars"
Journalist Josh Baker returns to Mosul and finds that, while the fighting may be largely over, the people of Iraq are facing a different battle.
November 19, 2021
Pandora Papers
A massive leak of financial documents reveals hidden assets and deals of the world’s wealthy and powerful.
November 15, 2021
Kids and Climate Change: Who's Learning What — or Not — and Why?
As COP26 wraps, the new book 'Miseducation: How Climate Change Is Taught in America' and past stories from former FRONTLINE reporter Katie Worth offer more context.
November 12, 2021
The Federal Reserve’s Big Experiment
As the U.S. Federal Reserve and its chair, Jerome Powell, confront concerns over inflation and the impact of the Fed’s pandemic-era policies, we take a deep dive into the country’s central bank, which financial journalist Dion Rabouin calls “the most powerful and least understood institution in the country.”
November 11, 2021