Jason M. Breslow

Digital Editor

Shadow Banking Down From Crisis, But for How Long?
The so-called "shadow banking system" that was at the heart of the financial crisis has seen its value fall by more than half over the last few years
May 31, 2012
Understanding Yemen's Al Qaeda Threat
How did Yemen become an Al Qaeda stronghold? And how are American efforts to combat the threat against the U.S. homeland playing out on the ground? FRONTLINE turned to several experts to understand.
May 29, 2012
Interactive Map: America's War in Yemen
FRONTLINE's interactive map illustrates two critical elements of the war in Yemen: drone and other air strikes believed to have been carried out by the U.S., and the major terror plots since 2000 directed at foreign targets for which Al Qaeda is suspected of involvement.
May 29, 2012
Fukushima Radiation Estimate Doubles, But Cancer Risk Lower Than Expected
The new findings come from three separate analyses presented this week by the Tokyo Electric Power Company, the World Health Organization, and the United Nations.
May 25, 2012
What Happened to MF Global's Customer's Money?
Seven months since MF Global filed for bankruptcy, here is what is known about the brokerage firm's customers and what happened to $1.6 billion worth of their missing money.
May 22, 2012