Priyanka Boghani

Deputy Digital Editor

"On Paper, Ebola Should Be Stamped Out": A Q&A With "Ebola in Congo" Filmmaker Ben C. Solomon
When Ben C. Solomon went to the Democratic Republic of Congo to document the Ebola outbreak, he was drawn to tell the story of the brave health care workers and volunteers battling the disease in the midst of a war zone.
December 23, 2019
As Weinstein Prepares for Trial, A Bail Violation and More Denial
Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood mogul, is expected to go on trial in New York City next month to face criminal charges stemming from allegations of sexual assault and rape.
December 17, 2019
How Syrian War Crimes Are Being Investigated — in Europe
The path to holding high-ranking Syrian officials accountable has proven difficult, since Assad remains in power, and his allies have thwarted international efforts to pursue cases against members of his regime. That may be beginning to change
November 21, 2019
How Conflict in Iraq Has Made Women and Girls More Vulnerable
Years of conflict and turmoil in Iraq have widowed women and orphaned children, further worsening the conditions in which they live.
November 12, 2019
Artificial Intelligence Can Be Biased. Here's What You Should Know.
Artificial intelligence has already started to shape our lives in ubiquitous and occasionally invisible ways. A researcher in algorithmic bias talks to FRONTLINE about what she thinks the public needs to know about these systems.
November 5, 2019
Camp Fire: By the Numbers
A look at some of the numbers that defined 2018's deadly Camp Fire.
October 29, 2019
A Guide to Some Major Trump Administration Immigration Policies
A closer look at some of the sweeping changes the Trump administration has made — or attempted to make — to the United States’ policies governing refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants, both legal and illegal.
October 22, 2019
What Happens to The Families Left Behind in Duterte's Deadly Campaign Against Drugs
Recent reports document the toll that President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war on drugs has on those left behind.
October 8, 2019
The Paradox of Saudi Arabia's Social Reforms
At the same time that Saudi authorities were announcing certain social reforms, other events in the country pointed to an increasing intolerance of political dissent and criticism.
October 1, 2019
Why are We Talking About a Recession? Economists Weigh in
FRONTLINE spoke with economists about why a possible U.S. recession is making headlines.
September 3, 2019
How Building Community Trust Can Help Fight Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo
International organizations working on the ground in the Democratic Republic of Congo have focused on building community trust as the Ebola outbreak has worn on.
August 13, 2019
"Red Flag" Laws Allow Guns to be Taken from "Dangerous" People
Even before the Stoneman Douglas attack, five states had so-called "red flag laws" in place. Now, more than 20 others are considering them.
August 7, 2019