Andrew Helms

"Choice" Moments: Hillary's Political Education
In 1965, Hillary Rodham arrived at Wellesley College as a conservative Republican, a daughter of the Midwest, and a fan of the Motown group The Supremes. "Hillary was not in any way shape or form a radical," says friend Robert Reich. But in the tumult of the 1960s that swept across college campuses nationwide, Rodham underwent a political evolution.
October 20, 2016
"Choice" Moments: Trump's Alter Ego
In 1980, Donald Trump faced a media firestorm when he ordered the demolition of two valuable art deco sculptures that were delaying the construction of Trump Tower. Over the next few days, reporters tried to reach Trump for comment, but they instead heard from "John Barron," an alter ego that Trump would sometimes use when he spoke with journalists.
October 20, 2016
Sandy Berger on U.S.-Israel Relations, the Iran Nuclear Deal and More
The former national security adviser, who passed away this week, spoke to FRONTLINE for our upcoming film "Netanyahu at War."
December 4, 2015