Archive

Related Stories

White Parents Rallied to Chase a Black Educator Out of Town. Then, They Followed Her to the Next One.
Cecelia Lewis was asked to apply for a Georgia school district’s first-ever administrator job devoted to diversity, equity and inclusion. A group of parents — coached by local and national anti-CRT groups — had other plans.
June 16, 2022
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.
June 14, 2022
The FRONTLINE Interview: J. Michael Luttig
The former federal judge J. Michael Luttig spoke to FRONTLINE about what he believes is America's first constitutional crisis and how he advised then-Vice President Mike Pence's team in the lead-up to Jan. 6. Read and watch the expanded interview.
June 9, 2022
‘An Attack on America’: Former Federal Judge J. Michael Luttig, Who Advised Pence's Team in Lead-Up to Jan. 6, Speaks Out
"It's unimaginable to me ... that any person in America would not favor an investigation of Jan. 6," former federal Judge J. Michael Luttig told FRONTLINE in his first television interview, conducted ahead of his anticipated Jan. 6 committee appearance.  
June 9, 2022
‘Escaping Eritrea’ Wins FRONTLINE’s Second Peabody Award of 2022
The 2021 FRONTLINE documentary is an undercover investigation inside one of the most tightly controlled countries on Earth.
June 9, 2022
FRONTLINE’s ‘A Thousand Cuts’ Wins Peabody Award
The 2021 FRONTLINE film chronicling renowned journalist Maria Ressa's fight for press freedom in the Philippines won a George Foster Peabody Award on Wednesday.
June 8, 2022
Watch FRONTLINE’s Reporting on Now Defunct Corinthian Colleges
In the wake of the Biden administration granting former Corinthian Colleges students nearly $6 billion in loan forgiveness, revisit “College, Inc.” and “A Subprime Education,” our documentaries covering for-profit colleges.
June 3, 2022
Covering Minneapolis in the Wake of George Floyd
New in The FRONTLINE Dispatch podcast: Star Tribune Editor Suki Dardarian joins us from Minneapolis to discuss the newsroom’s Pulitzer-winning reporting and “Police on Trial,” our new documentary with the Star Tribune.
June 3, 2022
Exclusive: A Former MPD Lieutenant Reported Another Cop. He Says He Paid a Price.
When Rich Jackson saw the footage — featured in the new documentary "Police on Trial" — that ultimately helped set in motion his exit from the Minneapolis Police Department, the then-lieutenant had a three-word reaction: “What the hell?”
June 2, 2022
‘An Unfiltered View’: Producers of ‘Police on Trial’ on What the Documentary Reveals 2 Years After the Murder of George Floyd
"That's the value of time — to not just watch and see this chronology unfold, but to really push through the surface-level narratives," said Mike Shum, director of "Police on Trial," about the new documentary from FRONTLINE and Star Tribune.
May 31, 2022
Two Years in the Making, 'Police on Trial' Premieres Tonight
Reported with the Star Tribune in Minneapolis, the documentary is "an important new chapter" in FRONTLINE's Local Journalism Initiative, writes executive producer Raney Aronson-Rath.
May 31, 2022
Police on Trial
FRONTLINE and the Star Tribune examine the aftermath of George Floyd's murder and the struggle for police accountability.
May 31, 2022
Support Provided By Learn more