Priyanka Boghani

Deputy Digital Editor

Press Advocates Call Arrest of Filipina Journalist Maria Ressa "Politically Motivated"
Press freedom advocates view journalist Maria Ressa's arrest as an escalation of ongoing retaliation for adverse reporting of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte.
February 13, 2019
“I Had to Make Peace With Death”: A Q&A With “Targeting Yemen” Filmmaker Safa Al Ahmad
Safa Al Ahmad has been reporting on Yemen for a decade. In that time, she has traveled to Al Qaeda-controlled territory, to the front lines of a multi-sided war in Yemen, and to cities under siege. And yet, she says the risks of filming her latest documentary, Targeting Yemen, went beyond all of those.
January 24, 2019
An Eight-Year-Old Survivor Describes the Largest Known U.S. Ground Raid in Yemen
Eight-year-old Mujahid remembers the U.S. ground raid on his tiny village in Yemen. It damaged his back and his hearing. When a villager asks him what happened to him, he replies, “America.”
January 22, 2019
Discovering A Hidden Epidemic of Severe Black Lung Disease
A new FRONTLINE and NPR joint investigation reveals how thousands of coal miners now face an epidemic of the most severe and deadly form of black lung, known as progressive massive fibrosis, or PMF.
January 22, 2019
Filipina Journalist Maria Ressa, Facing Tax Charges, Vows to "Hold Government to Account"
Maria Ressa, a prominent Filipina journalist, had just returned to the Philippines after several weeks abroad where she received journalism and press freedom awards.
December 3, 2018
Undocumented Crime Victims Face Heightened Risk of Deportation
Undocumented victims of crimes who are denied a special visa may now receive an order to appear before an immigration judge.
November 30, 2018
As Senators Rebuke U.S.-Saudi Policy in Yemen, Revisit FRONTLINE's Yemen Films
While the measure is unlikely to succeed in suspending U.S. support for the war, it marks the first time in three years that such an initiative has advanced in Congress.
November 29, 2018
Brad Parscale, Trump’s 2020 Campaign Manager, Calls Facebook Ad Policy “A Gift”
Brad Parscale, the campaign manager for President Trump’s re-election, described the Trump 2016 campaign’s playbook for Facebook advertising in detail.
November 28, 2018
How States Have Tried To Close Their Pension Funding Gaps
In the last decade, states with a pension funding gap have tried different approaches to fixing the gap — mostly by passing the shortfall on to their employees.
October 23, 2018
Q&A: How Rust Belt Cities Can Save Themselves
A century ago, the city of Dayton, Ohio was a center of industry and innovation that supported a prosperous middle class. But a series of factors including the decline of manufacturing and outsourcing of jobs led Dayton into a long period of decline even before the Great Recession hit in 2008. To better understand the decline of Rust Belt cities and the options available to save them, FRONTLINE spoke to an economist.
September 11, 2018
All Parties in Yemen’s War May Have Committed War Crimes: UN Experts
“There is little evidence of any attempt by parties to the conflict to minimize civilian casualties,” a UN expert said about the actors involved in Yemen's war.
August 28, 2018
UN: Myanmar's Top Generals Should Be Tried for Genocide, War Crimes
A UN report concluded that the Myanmar military's campaign against the Rohingya that began last August was a “foreseeable and planned catastrophe” that was “grossly disproportionate” to security threats.
August 27, 2018