Jason M. Breslow

Former Digital Editor

How To Be a "Guy" When You Are Young and Transgender
In his head, Alex Singh, sees himself as a strong, flat-chested guy with an Adam’s apple and a beard. But when he would look in the mirror, he would see the body of young girl going through female puberty.
June 30, 2015
Meet the Prom Queen Who Grew Up Trans But is Now "Just a Girl"
“When I was younger, I didn’t really know what transgender was,” says Lia Hodson. Now, the former high school prom queen is among a first wave of children and young adults that is reshaping the transgender landscape.
June 30, 2015
Supreme Court Once Again Votes to Uphold the Affordable Care Act
“Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets," wrote Chief Justice John Roberts in his majority opinion, "not to destroy them."
June 25, 2015
ABM Responds
In a response to the FRONTLINE investigation, "Rape on the Night Shift," the deputy general counsel for ABM says that the janitorial firm believes "that our policies and procedures are the gold standard in the industry."
June 23, 2015
Reporting "Rape on the Night Shift"
When it's one person's word against another's, knowing who or what to believe in an assault case can seem close to impossible. So what does that mean when investigating a story like "Rape on the Night Shift"?
June 23, 2015
Can Pope Francis Bridge the Political Divide over Climate Change?
Pope Francis is viewed favorably by nearly 90 percent of U.S. Catholics, but is that enough to heal deep political divides about whether climate change is even occurring?
June 18, 2015
Locked Up In America: Christel's Story
Christel Tribble says she wants to be on "American Idol," or maybe even become a detective someday. But in Beecher Terrace -- a housing project where around one in six people cycle in and out of prison every year -- the odds seem stacked against her.
June 8, 2015
With or Without the Patriot Act, Here's How the NSA Can Still Spy on Americans
The provisions of the Patriot Act that were allowed to lapse today represent only part of the vast NSA surveillance apparatus exposed by Edward Snowden.
June 1, 2015
Dianne Feinstein: The CIA "Cannot Shove the Laws Aside"
It's crucial for the United States to confront its use of torture in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks and vow, "never again," says the veteran California Democrat.
May 19, 2015
John McLaughlin: CIA Interrogations Were Legal, Moral and Effective
It's too simplistic to write off the CIA's "enhanced interrogation" program as torture, says the agency's former deputy director. "Wouldn’t it be equally immoral if we failed to get this information," he asks.
May 19, 2015
Mark Udall: The U.S. "Treated People in Inhumane, Terrible Ways"
The former Colorado senator says that when he learned the details of the CIA's covert interrogation program, he “physically felt sick.”
May 19, 2015
Why That Ground Chicken Burger May Not Be As Healthy As You Think
Ground chicken may be healthier than ground beef, but there's also a downside -- specifically, heightened odds of salmonella poisoning and large-scale outbreaks.
May 12, 2015