Gretchen Gavett

Watch Now: Six Billion Dollar Bet
Jon Corzine, former head of Goldman Sachs and political power broker, took over MF Global in the spring of 2010 with oversize ambition and a passion for risk. But after a massive bet on European debt turned sour, the firm lay in ruins, with more than a billion dollars of customer funds missing.
May 22, 2012
Rich Ilczyszyn: Inside MF Global During Its Collapse
A former trader discusses those scary final days in late October 2011, and what it was like to learn that customer money was missing. "They were saying it was $500 million; then it was a billion," he tells FRONTLINE. "It was just unbelievable. It was like a movie."
May 22, 2012
Jordan Barab: Why OSHA Can't Cite Cell Carriers for Worker Safety Violations
OSHA's legal authorities depend on who employs on-site workers, explains Jordan Barab, the agency's second in command.
May 22, 2012
Brooks, Coulson Next Up in the Phone-Hacking Scandal Hot Seat
The two former News of the World editors are expected to be grilled about their relationships with Scotland Yard and the British government, particularly Prime Minister David Cameron
May 9, 2012
Why the Arraignment of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Matters
Tomorrow, the self-confessed 9/11 mastermind is set to face terrorism and murder charges at a military court at Guantanamo. We asked an expert to give us some insights into what the proceedings might yield.
May 4, 2012
Report: Murdoch "Not a Fit Person" to Run News Corp.
A scathing – but politically split – report by a British Parliamentary committee found that the media mogul exercised "willful blindness" during the phone-hacking scandal at News of the World.
May 1, 2012
The Big Takeaways From This Week's Murdoch Testimony
This week has been abuzz with news about James and Rupert Murdoch's testimony at an inquiry into the phone-hacking scandal. So what was revealed? And what's next for News Corp.? To keep you (very smartly) updated, here's analysis from key reporters who have been following Rupert Murdoch and the media for years.
April 27, 2012
New Rules Aim to Crack Down on For-Profit Recruitment of Vets
They're are aimed at the "aggressive and deceptive targeting of service members, veterans, and their families." Here's a rundown of what the president's new executive order will accomplish.
April 27, 2012
Your Week in Murdoch (It's Only Just Beginning)
As both Rupert and James Murdoch prepare to face questioning about phone hacking by "News of the World" reporters and private investigators, a refresher of how the scandal began – and how much damage has been done to News Corp. thus far.
April 23, 2012
VA to Hire Almost 2,000 Additional Mental Health Staffers
While most praised this week's announcement, some voiced concerns about how and when the Department of Veterans Affairs will increase its already depleted workforce.
April 20, 2012