Jason M. Breslow

Former Digital Editor

How AT&T Helped the NSA Spy on Millions
A new investigation finds that the NSA's relationship with the nation's second biggest wireless carrier was "unique and especially productive."
August 17, 2015
From the Archives: A Conversation With Julian Bond
"I look back over my life ... and I see change, improvement, progress," the civil rights leader told FRONTLINE 30 years after Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death. But stark economic divides within the black community left more work to be done, he said.
August 17, 2015
Study of Former NFL Players Shows Risks for Brain from Youth Football
A new study is the first of its kind to show an association between early exposure to repetitive head impacts and structural brain changes later in life.
August 12, 2015
Four Years After Fukushima, Japan Makes a Return to Nuclear Power
A reactor at the Sendai Nuclear Power Plant is the first to be brought back online since Japan took the unprecedented step of mothballing all 48 of its reactors in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
August 11, 2015
The NFL's Sydney Seau Problem
Junior Seau's daughter says the focus of her dad's induction into the NFL Hall of Fame this weekend should be on his time as a player, not brain disease. But the issue will be hard to ignore.
August 7, 2015
The Staggering Death Toll of Mexico's Drug War
In the last seven years, killings in Mexico have steadily, if quietly, outpaced the number of civilian deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq combined.
July 27, 2015
A Witness to Slavery: Edward Watts on Making "Escaping ISIS"
"I've covered a lot of bad and terrible stories, and this is just on a different scale," says filmmaker Edward Watts of the violence being committed by ISIS against women.
July 14, 2015
ISIS Destroyed His Home. Now Khalil al-Dakhi Rescues Those They Enslaved.
Khalil al-Dakhi was once a lawyer, but today, he runs a modern-day underground railroad that helps families escape captivity from ISIS.
July 14, 2015
Drug Kingpin "El Chapo" Guzmán Escapes Prison For a Second Time
Joaquín Guzmán Loera's escape from a maximum security prison in Mexico on Saturday began through a 20 inch by 20 inch opening dug from his shower stall.
July 12, 2015
The U.S. is Training Just 60 Rebels in Syria, Says Defense Secretary
The U.S. hopes to train 15,000 moderate rebels to fight ISIS inside Syria, but the number currently in training is "not impressive," Defense Secretary Ashton Carter told lawmakers Tuesday.
July 7, 2015
Podcast: Who Is Responsible for Rape on the Night Shift?
Estimates from the Justice Department show that about 50 workers a day are sexually assaulted or raped on the job. So when attacks occur, who's responsible?
July 4, 2015
How “Skylarkeleven” is Teaching a New Generation About Being Trans
Skylar Kergil, aka "skylarkeleven," has clocked more than 7 million views on his YouTube channel chronicling everything from his testosterone treatments to “top surgery.”
July 1, 2015