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Climate Change-Deniers 'Spam' Thousands Of Teachers With Anti-Global Warming Packages

The Huffington Post | Nick Visser | Posted 03.30.2017 | Education

One of America’s most prominent climate-denying groups, galvanized by the Trump administration listening to their claims, has set it sights on a new...

It's Not Just White People: Heroin Overdose Deaths Have Tripled Among African-Americans

The Huffington Post | Jason Cherkis | Posted 02.29.2016 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- There are very few places in the United States not affected by the opioid epidemic. Across the country, there have been spikes in overdo...

New Documentary Shows What A Humane Approach To Addiction Actually Looks Like

The Huffington Post | Jason Cherkis | Posted 02.23.2016 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- In the early moments of "Chasing Heroin," a new "Frontline" documentary that will air Tuesday on PBS and online at 9 p.m. EST, a police ...

Addressing the Reality of Latina Women and Other Vulnerable Workers

P. David Lopez | Posted 10.30.2016 | Latino Voices
P. David Lopez

It is imperative that companies are held accountable when such illegal and morally reprehensible conduct occurs in the workplace. That is why discrimination against immigrant and other vulnerable workers is a top enforcement priority for EEOC.

A Journey "Inside Assad's Syria"

Martin Smith | Posted 10.27.2016 | World
Martin Smith

Since 2011, coverage of the war in Syria has almost entirely come from the rebel side. Outside of a number of surprisingly repetitive and uninteresting interviews with President Bashar al-Assad, Western reporters have had limited access, especially recently.

How to Fix the Fundamental Flaw in How You Measure Customer Satisfaction

George Bradt | Posted 10.14.2016 | Business
George Bradt

It's frightening how many organizations say they care about customer satisfaction and how many of them are measuring the wrong thing the wrong way and then doing the wrong things with the information anyway.

Community vs. Coal: Australia's Galilee Basin Battle

Charlie Wood | Posted 08.13.2016 | Green
Charlie Wood

In the Galilee Basin lies enough coal that, if burned, would tip the climate into the red zone, trash the Reef, destroy traditional cultures and condemn us all to a miserable future. Australia's Federal Government was ready give it the green light. Approvals were rushing in.


Tom Cosgrove | Posted 05.20.2016 | Business
Tom Cosgrove

Rarely in modern life do the decision makers who sit at the top of the power pyramid ever listen to those at the very bottom -- despite the fact that the people at the bottom are expected to carry out the mission of the organization or institution.  

PBS Exposes The Gruesome Truth About Chicken

The Huffington Post | Joe Satran | Posted 05.13.2015 | Healthy Living

Frontline's new episode "The Trouble With Chicken," which premiered Tuesday night on PBS and is now streaming online, is pretty much as close as the f...

With Weeks To Live, This Man Proposed From His Hospital Bed. His Young Widow Shares Their Beautiful Story

The Huffington Post | Sarah Klein | Posted 03.02.2015 | Healthy Living

"We were living a normal life, and the next thing you know, boom, Allen has a brain tumor." Linda Sim was just 25 when she got the news about her b...

Remembering a Frontline Civilian's Legacy: Alex Petersen

Joshua W. Walker | Posted 03.25.2015 | DC
Joshua W. Walker

One year ago this week terrorists entered a popular Kabul restaurant and carried out a brazen attack that took the life of a dear friend to many here in Washington, D.C.

Antibiotics in Our Food: Chemical Warfare We Cannot Win

Ellen Moyer, Ph.D. | Posted 01.04.2015 | Green
Ellen Moyer, Ph.D.

Given current concern about the Ebola virus, it's surprising that the public isn't more alarmed about "superbugs." Superbugs are infectious bacteria that have mutated to adapt to antibiotics that were designed to kill them, making the drugs ineffective. And a major cause of the resistance problem is antibiotics administered to farm animals.

Pork Industry Defends Antibiotics In Your Bacon

Reuters | P.J. Huffstutter | Posted 12.14.2014 | Politics

By P.J. Huffstutter CHICAGO, Oct 15 (Reuters) - A leading U.S. pork association will use an online marketing campaign to counter a cri...

For Freelancers, Growing Opportunity and Risk

Andrew Lam | Posted 10.27.2014 | Media
Andrew Lam

The recent beheading of freelance journalist James Foley (pictured above) by militants from the Islamic State highlights the growing dangers that freelance reporters covering conflict zones face.

Who Is Tyler Oakley and Why Do His Videos Command Larger Audiences Than Many TV Shows?

Ed Martin | Posted 04.21.2014 | Media
Ed Martin

I can't help but wonder, where these people will be 10 years from now? Is it possible for the videos these people are making to be expanded into longer formats? Or would that be the kiss of death?

Using Skyfall to Fight Back Against Kim Jong-un

James Jones | Posted 03.16.2014 | World
James Jones

While making Secret State of North Korea for the investigative journalism series FRONTLINE, we found a group of defectors who are risking their lives once again to fight back against the regime of Kim Jong-un.

The Summers of Our Discontent

Jim Worth | Posted 12.24.2013 | Politics
Jim Worth

Obama's expected nomination of Summers was a perfect example of that critical flaw. Repeated appointments of inadequate individuals with questionable résumés -- whether out of loyalty or cronyism -- leaves the government vulnerable to recurrent failure.

Sasha Belenky

Football's Concussion Crisis, Why There Aren't More Women In Science & More Must-Reads | Sasha Belenky | Posted 10.11.2013 | Politics

1. Football's Concussion Crisis This week, Frontline aired "League of Denial," its highly anticipated investigation into the connection between foo...

High School Football: Can It Be Safe?

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International | Posted 12.10.2013 | Parents
Youth Radio -- Youth Media International

At a time when the NFL is coming under pressure for ignoring evidence that links football to chronic brain damage, Youth Radio's special coverage ex...

Does Your School Protect Your Head? Players Talk

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International | Posted 12.10.2013 | San Francisco
Youth Radio -- Youth Media International

Part of Youth Radio's special coverage on the risks of high school football, this audio slideshow features football players from Castro Valley High Sc...

Public Miseducation: WGBH and David Koch

D. R. Tucker | Posted 12.10.2013 | Media
D. R. Tucker

When David Koch joined the WGBH Board of Trustees, the extent of this enterprise was not known to the general public. But now, the facts are in, and the political science is as settled as the climate science.

Pro Football's Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Bill Moyers | Posted 11.17.2013 | Politics
Bill Moyers

When players are no longer insured by the league and find themselves unable to afford private insurance for their enduring afflictions, taxpayers -- all of us -- will be the ones to pay, through Medicaid and Social Security disability.

ESPN's Massive Conflict of Interest

Jonathan Weiler | Posted 10.24.2013 | Sports
Jonathan Weiler

To a significant extent, ESPN has always been in la-la land about its ability to do news reporting while it also hocks the products its supposed to be covering evenhandedly. But the NFL concussion story may well prove to be the most serious blow to its self-image yet.

Report: NFL Pressured ESPN To Quit Head-Injury Project

The New York Times | Posted 10.23.2013 | Sports

Pressure from the National Football League led to ESPN's decision on Thursday to pull out of an investigative project with "Frontline" regarding head ...

TBTF, TBTJ: Too Big to Exist

Mike Lux | Posted 04.10.2013 | Politics
Mike Lux

I remain troubled by the fact that fundamental economic issues seem to be the last thing on anybody's minds in D.C. And looming over these economic problems is the elephant in the room: these Too Big To Fail, and apparently Too Big To Jail, Wall Street financial conglomerates.