Bill Rockwood

How Much Time U.S. Prisoners Spend in Solitary
The U.N. says anything longer than 15 days is abusive. Most stays start at 30 days, but one Louisiana man has spent 42 years so far.
April 22, 2014
Map: TB's Global Reach
As TB cases declined in the Western world in recent decades, so did the funding to deal with the disease. But TB, an airborne bug that spreads best when the infected are left untreated in crowded areas, continued to flourish in poorer nations.
March 25, 2014
Inside Kim Jong-un's Military Shake-Up
What happened to top North Korean officials before and after a leadership purge.
January 16, 2014
Twenty-Four Years
A timeline of Lee Harvey Oswald's life
November 19, 2013
Conspiracy: Cases For and Against
Millions of Americans believe there exists a larger, darker explanation for President Kennedy's assassination than just Oswald, the lone, disturbed gunman.
November 19, 2013
Glimpses of a Life
Many experts say the real Lee Harvey Oswald can be discerned in his writings and statements and in the documents and files concerning him. Here is a small sampling.
November 19, 2013
Interview: G. Robert Blakey
"Any effort to explain what happened in Dallas must explain Lee Harvey Oswald, and Lee Harvey Oswald is a mystery wrapped up in an enigma, hidden behind a riddle," says the chief counsel to the 1977 House Select Committee on Assassinations.
November 19, 2013
Interview: Priscilla Johnson McMillan
Historian Priscilla Johnson McMillan speaks with FRONTLINE about the perplexing, troubling events of Lee Harvey Oswald’s life, as seen through the eyes of his wife Marina.
November 19, 2013
Interview: Robert Oswald
Lee Harvey Oswald's older brother says that the "hard physical evidence" from the Kennedy assassination leads him to one conclusion: "The Warren Commission was correct."
November 19, 2013
Interview: Gerald Posner
There is no physical evidence at Dealey Plaza to suggest anyone but Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy, says Gerald Posner, author of "Case Closed."
November 19, 2013
Norman Mailer on Oswald
Can there be any American who, having failed to gain stature while he was alive, now haunts us more than Lee Harvey Oswald, asks Norman Mailer in "Oswald's Tale: An American Mystery."
November 19, 2013
Hollywood & History: The Debate Over "JFK"
What obligation does Hollywood owe facts, accuracy, the truth? When popular history like Oliver Stone’s JFK gets hold of a subject, what kind of damage can be done?
November 19, 2013