Priyanka Boghani

Deputy Digital Editor

The War the U.S. Left Behind in Afghanistan
International forces formally ended their combat role in Afghanistan in December, but the Afghan government's war with the Taliban isn't over. In fact, it's become more deadly.
February 20, 2015
Facing Mortality: How to Talk to Your Doctor
There is no rigid structure or checklist for having difficult conversations about end-of-life care. FRONTLINE asked experts in palliative care and organizations dedicated to helping patients have "the conversation" how to go about it.
February 10, 2015
A Link Across Generations
The prolonged dying process of his own father was one of the catalysts for Dr. Atul Gawande to better understand end-of-life care.
February 10, 2015
How Is American Money Being Spent on Afghan Security Forces? It's Classified
The military's decision to classify information that had previously been publicly available was described as "unprecedented" by the government watchdog for Afghanistan reconstruction.
January 29, 2015
The U.S. Fight Against Al Qaeda in Yemen Just Got Harder
FRONTLINE asked four experts to weigh in on how Yemen's political crisis is affecting the U.S. counterterrorism campaign there.
January 28, 2015
Have Airstrikes Really Killed Half of ISIS' Top Commanders?
The U.S. announced that the coalition's military campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria had cost the group 50 percent of its top commanders and 6,000 fighters.
January 22, 2015
New Russia Bill Targets "Undesirable" Foreign Organizations
Observers say the proposed law, which comes during a larger crackdown on dissent and opposition in Russia, could target commercial companies.
January 21, 2015
What Makes Boko Haram’s Atrocities So Hard To Track?
Details about Boko Haram's recent attacks on villages in northeastern Nigeria have been hard to come by. A researcher for Amnesty International explains why.
January 16, 2015
How Credible is Al Qaeda's Claim It Planned the Charlie Hebdo Attack?
FRONTLINE asked several experts to weigh in on the credibility of Al Qaeda's Yemen branch's statement.
January 14, 2015
Putin's Legal Crackdown on Civil Society
In the two years since Putin's return to the presidency, analysts and rights groups say it has become harder for Russians to protest, publish criticism and carry out advocacy.
January 13, 2015
What's Been the Effect of Western Sanctions on Russia?
Western sanctions against Vladimir Putin's inner-circle have been far more than just simply symbolic, says a former economic advisor to the Russian government.
January 13, 2015
Putin: Russia, the "Bear," Will Survive Economic Pain
In his annual address to the media, Vladimir Putin discussed economic headwinds, tensions with the West and why Russia is treated like a beleaguered "bear."
December 18, 2014