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The Interrupters

For roughly two hours, acclaimed filmmakers Steve James and Alex Kotlowitz give us a deep and intimate glimpse into the persistent epidemics of violence in America’s inner city black communities.

Posted on Sep 7, 2012 READ MORE


‘Frontline’ Investigates Obama’s Record Deportations

This year the United States will deport 400,000 immigrants, a million since Obama took office, reports PBS’ “Frontline” in a groundbreaking investigation of the president’s immigration policies. In short: Obama makes George W. Bush look soft.

Posted on Oct 20, 2011 READ MORE



LulzSec

Hackers Punish PBS for ‘Less Than Impressive’ WikiLeaks Show

“Less than impressed” with “Frontline’s” “WikiSecrets” episode, a hacker or group of hackers called LulzSec hijacked the PBS.org website late Sunday night, posting, among other things, a fake news story claiming Tupac Shakur is alive and living in New Zealand. If you caught “WikiSecrets,” you might sympathize with the crusading hacker(s). (more)

Posted on May 30, 2011 READ MORE


Frontline on extraordinary rendition

PBS Investigates Bush-Era ‘Extraordinary Rendition’

Granted, the Bush administration didn’t invent the practice of “extraordinary rendition,” but, as PBS illustrates in an edition of “Frontline,”  the practice has become even more controversial and horrifying in the years since 9/11.

Posted on Nov 7, 2007 READ MORE


Dick Cheney

‘Frontline’ Profiles the Dark Side of Cheney

Watch the PBS documentary on the vice president’s post-9/11 actions that has the progressive blogosphere buzzing.

Posted on Jun 23, 2006 READ MORE


Paul Pillar
From PBS

CIA Veteran: White House Was Subtle in Twisting Analysts’ Arms

The CIA’s former top man in the Middle East and South Asia says in a PBS interview that Americans shouldn’t be persuaded by official reports that prewar intelligence on Iraq wasn’t politicized; twisting the arms of analysts may not have been official policy but it happened nonetheless.

Posted on Jun 22, 2006 READ MORE


Inside Chavez’s Venezuela

Sharmini Peries, foreign policy advisor to Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, talks about Latin America’s most contentious leader—and thorn in Washington’s side—since Fidel Castro. Peries became advisor to President Hugo Chavez after interviewing him and members of the Venezuelan government while she was on assignment for India’s magazine Frontline in 2004.

Posted on Jan 25, 2006 READ MORE


Portrait of Sharmini Peries

Inside Chavez’s Venezuela

Sharmini Peries

Sharmini Peries, foreign policy advisor to Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, talks about Latin America’s most contentious leader—and thorn in Washington’s side—since Fidel Castro.

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Posted on Nov 29, 2005 READ MORE


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