Zoe Todd

Former Abrams Journalism Fellow, FRONTLINE/Columbia Journalism School Fellowships

"You Can Barely Breathe": The Inmates Who Fought California's Deadliest Wildfire
The day California’s deadliest-ever wildfire erupted, about 2,000 state employees responded to the blaze. Among them were more than 500 prison inmates.
November 1, 2019
Ahead of Camp Fire Anniversary, New Details Emerge of Troubled Evacuation
In the frenzy of California’s deadliest-ever wildfire, officials tried but failed to activate a free emergency notification system that might have warned more people of the blaze.
October 25, 2019
Last Man Standing: The Immigration Insurgent Who Survived the Trump White House
More than a decade before he would shape critical White House immigration policy, Stephen Miller was a university firebrand.
October 22, 2019
6 FRONTLINE Documentaries for Supreme Court-Watchers
To prepare for the Supreme Court's current term, we recommend brushing up on the issues with six FRONTLINE documentaries. 
October 15, 2019
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa Talks Duterte, Drug War and Disinformation
Rappler has since covered watershed moments in national history, including President Rodrigo Duterte’s rise to power and his brutal crackdown on drugs. Now, Ressa is re-focusing on a sinister outgrowth of his presidency — disinformation and propaganda.
October 8, 2019
Before His Bloody Drug War, Rodrigo Duterte was an Iron-fisted Mayor
Decades before Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte launched his blood-soaked war on drugs, he was a tough-talking mayor who handled crime with an iron fist.
October 8, 2019
U.S. Weapons, Saudi Airstrikes, Yemeni Deaths: What a U.N. Report on War Crimes in Yemen Means for U.S.-Saudi Weapon Sales
A group of U.N. experts has named and implicated “third states,” including the United States, in Yemen's civil war for selling weapons used in the conflict.
October 1, 2019
Nancy Pelosi Announced a Formal Impeachment Inquiry. Now What?
Now what? FRONTLINE spoke to two experts to find out what happens in a formal impeachment inquiry.
September 25, 2019
Saudi Arabia Again Under UN Scrutiny as Anniversary of Khashoggi Killing Nears
Nearly two dozen countries delivered a joint statement Monday criticizing the kingdom for its treatment of dissidents, journalists and women activists.
September 23, 2019