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FRONTLINE examines what's happening in places in Iraq where ISIS has been pushed out.
FRONTLINE and Retro Report explore the untold history of the Guantanamo Bay prison.
The dramatic story of a Gitmo detainee released from the controversial U.S. prison.
Two reports on the past, present and future of the Guantanamo Bay prison.
What do Trump’s promises to the coal industry mean to voters in West Virginia?
What do Trump’s promises around manufacturing mean to voters in Erie, Pennsylvania?
What do Trump’s promises to farmers mean to voters in California’s Central Valley?
A report on the fight for Mosul follows soldiers, ISIS suspects and civilians.
FRONTLINE's Ramita Navai investigates a reported kidnapping of Iraqi men.
A harrowing scene from "Exodus."
FRONTLINE's executive producer Raney Aronson-Rath & filmmaker Michael Kirk share insights.
The American economy is recovering, but not everyone has felt it equally.
Are you in the middle class? The numbers might say otherwise.
Ali Nimar was put on Saudi Arabia’s death row when he was just 17 years old.
A surprising glimpse into the everyday lives of ordinary young Iraqis.
Fish oil available in over-the-counter supplements might not always be worth the cost.
A report from inside Iraq, as militias and the military fight for future of the country.
With NPR, the dramatic story of a Gitmo detainee released after 14 years.
On-the-ground reporting goes to the frontlines of the battle for Mosul.
An investigation of how Donald Trump defied expectations to win the presidency.
An examination of the key moments that shaped President-elect Donald Trump.
A two-night miniseries examines the polarized America the next president will inherit.
The first-person stories of refugees and migrants fleeing war and persecution for Europe.
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