She Investigated Government Corruption. She Became a Pegasus Spyware Target.
Investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova had previously been blackmailed and arrested in Azerbaijan. Then came a new threat. Watch a scene from the new documentary series ‘Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus.’
January 3, 2023
Holding Power to Account, Year In and Year Out
A 2022 year-end message from FRONTLINE Editor-in-Chief and Executive Producer Raney Aronson-Rath.
December 29, 2022
Listen to the Top 5 'FRONTLINE Dispatch' Podcast Episodes of 2022
Catch the 5 most-downloaded new episodes from ‘The FRONTLINE Dispatch’ podcast in 2022.
December 22, 2022
“We Will Find You:” Russians Hunt Down Ukrainians on Lists
In a deliberate, widespread campaign, Russian forces systematically targeted influential Ukrainians, nationally and locally, to neutralize resistance through detention, torture and executions, an Associated Press investigation has found.
December 21, 2022
The Hunted: These Are The Ukrainians Russia Wanted to Find
Here are just a few portraits of prominent Ukrainian politicians, journalists, pastors and more who ended up on Russian lists for abduction, in an effort to strip Ukraine of its leaders.
December 21, 2022
Watch 2022’s 10 Most-Streamed New FRONTLINE Documentaries
From U.S. politics to the Ukraine war, watch the 10 most-streamed new FRONTLINE documentaries of 2022.
December 20, 2022
Nancy Pelosi’s Power: Stream the First Documentary on the Outgoing Speaker's Life & Political Legacy
Released in March 2022 and now streaming, 'Pelosi's Power' was the first documentary on the powerful and polarizing Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Revisit it as Pelosi prepares to exit Democratic leadership.
December 13, 2022
Lockerbie Bombing Suspect Named in FRONTLINE Film Now in U.S. Custody
Suspected Lockerbie bombmaker Abu Agela Mas’ud of Libya is now facing charges in U.S. custody. Ken Dornstein uncovered new information about Agela and the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in the 2015 documentary series "My Brother’s Bomber."
December 11, 2022
‘It’s All We Could Do: Cry’: A Honduran Mother and Daughter Describe Their Separation Under U.S. 'Zero Tolerance' Immigration Policy
A Honduran mother and her young daughter, separated under Trump administration immigration policies, share their stories in a new FRONTLINE documentary, ‘After Zero Tolerance.’
December 6, 2022
Kherson After Liberation: Co-producer of ‘Putin’s Attack on Ukraine’ Documentary Describes Visit
A Ukrainian filmmaker and journalist who was on one of the first trains traveling to the newly liberated city talks to FRONTLINE about the damage he saw in Kherson after eight months of Russian occupation.
November 29, 2022
As Donald Trump Announces His 2024 Run, a Look Back at His Presidency and Impact
FRONTLINE has built a unique public record, in documentary format, of the former president’s impact on American life, politics and democracy — and his previous battles with a special counsel and the Department of Justice.
November 16, 2022
How American Politics Reached This Fraught Moment: 12 Documentaries to Watch Ahead of the Midterms
As a divided America prepares to vote and fears of political violence continue, these FRONTLINE documentaries show how U.S. politics reached this moment.
November 4, 2022