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A California appeals court said this month that Amazon can be held liable for defective products sold on its marketplace. The company has vowed to appeal the decision.
August 25, 2020
Bannon Charged with Fraud Involving Multi-Million Dollar Online Fundraiser
Former Trump adviser Stephen K. Bannon was arrested and charged Thursday morning with defrauding hundreds of thousands of donors in connection to a lucrative online fundraiser called “We Build the Wall."
August 20, 2020
Michigan Reaches $600M Settlement in Flint Water Crisis Case
The largest benefactors of the settlement are the city’s most vulnerable — the children. Nearly 80 percent of the funds will be distributed to those who were children during the water crisis. 
August 20, 2020
“Deflect, Delay, Defer”: Decade of Pacific Gas & Electric Wildfire Safety Pushback Preceded Disasters
A FRONTLINE review of documents and hearings shows that Pacific Gas & Electric spent the better part of 10 years fiercely resisting calls for critical wildfire safety reforms.
August 18, 2020
Coronavirus Isolated LGBTQ Students From Community. Now They’re Going Back to School.
When home isn't supportive, virtual school has added challenges for LGBTQ kids.
August 17, 2020
“Nowhere Else to Go”
A FRONTLINE / Marshall Project documentary follows an undocumented family’s struggle to survive homelessness, immigrant detention and a rapidly spreading virus.
August 11, 2020
How ICE Data Undercounts COVID-19 Victims
Oscar Lopez Acosta died from COVID-19 shortly after his release from immigration detention. But if you look at ICE’s coronavirus statistics, you’d never know it happened.
August 11, 2020
Sick With COVID, She Gave Birth on a Ventilator. This Teacher Took Her Newborn In.
“I am willing to help, 100 percent,” the teacher recalls saying. Watch a scene from "Love, Life & the Virus."
August 11, 2020
One of Florida’s biggest disparities: How coronavirus spread in Pinellas’ Black community
In Pinellas, Black residents are 2.5 times more likely to contract the coronavirus than white residents. That’s one of the largest disparities in Florida.
August 7, 2020
New York Attorney General Moves to “Dissolve” the NRA, Alleging “Illegal Self-Dealing”
FRONTLINE investigated the challenges facing the embattled organization earlier this year in "NRA Under Fire."
August 6, 2020
FRONTLINE Nominated for 15 Emmy Awards
FRONTLINE has been honored with 15 News & Documentary Emmy Award nominations.
August 6, 2020
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