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The owners of a company contracted by FEMA to bring hundreds of thousands of tarps to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria are under federal investigation for fraud, according to court records. https://to.pbs.org/2RiGHCv
Yang Jianli, who participated in the Tiananmen Square protests thirty years ago as a student, says China "has made every effort possible to plant the seed of collective amnesia." https://to.pbs.org/2Rh83sB
As people ran from the towers on 9/11, they were blanketed in dust. An estimated 200,000 tons of pulverized building materials spread over miles of lower Manhattan, piling on cars and phone booths. The dust also contained toxic chemicals. LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2RfvFha
The Indian Health Service, which provides health care for 2.6 million Native Americans, has struggled to meet U.S. requirements for reporting sexual misconduct in its ranks. FRONTLINE and @WSJ report: https://to.pbs.org/2RidUO4
As part of the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will provide local partner organizations with up to $75,000 for an annual reporting salary. The deadline to submit proposals is July 15. 👉 https://frontline.org/local 👈
In some cases, people with mental illnesses who face charges have spent more time in jail waiting for a hospital opening than they would have served if they’d been sentenced. https://to.pbs.org/2Km16FQ
Watching "Chernobyl"? Get an up-close look at the disaster's haunting ruins with one of the survivors in our 360° video: https://to.pbs.org/2RhiSL6
🚨FRONTLINE is now accepting applications for the Local Journalism Project. 🚨 The initiative will support four to five in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance annually, over the next four years. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/announcement/frontline-pbss-acclaimed-investigative-documentary-series-launches-new-l ocal-journalism-project/ Apply 👉https://frontline.org/local 👈
“When you’re really embedded with people, they just forget you’re there, and whether they’re beating a prisoner in the jail or kind of laughing about killing these people... you’re getting to like the real essence of who they are.” https://to.pbs.org/2RjIebb
"On The President's Orders," a searing, on-the-ground look at President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody campaign against suspected drug users & dealers in the Philippines, screens this week at @hrwfilmfestival. A broadcast version is coming soon to FRONTLINE. https://to.pbs.org/2JGyK9W
When Hurricane Maria struck, FEMA had less than 12,000 tarps on Puerto Rico and scrambled to get half a million more. The owners of a company contracted by FEMA are now under federal investigation for fraud, according to court records. https://to.pbs.org/2KjIZ3g
Through the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will partner with reporters affiliated with local print, television, radio, or digital news organizations to carry out in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance. Learn more and apply 👉https://frontline.org/local
When Hurricane Maria struck, FEMA had less than 12,000 tarps on Puerto Rico and scrambled to get half a million more. The owners of a company contracted by FEMA are now under federal investigation for fraud, according to court records. https://to.pbs.org/2Kk501X
“When you’re really embedded with people, they just forget you’re there, and whether they’re beating a prisoner in the jail or kind of laughing about killing these people... you’re getting to like the real essence of who they are.” https://to.pbs.org/2Rhgi7U
Through the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will partner with reporters affiliated with local print, television, radio, or digital news organizations to carry out in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance. Apply 👉 https://frontline.org/local 👈
The owners of a company contracted by FEMA to bring hundreds of thousands of tarps to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria are under federal investigation for fraud, according to court records. https://to.pbs.org/2KfUY1S
"On The President's Orders," a searing, on-the-ground look at President Rodrigo Duterte's bloody campaign against suspected drug users & dealers in the Philippines, screens this week at @hrwfilmfestival. A broadcast version is coming soon to FRONTLINE. https://to.pbs.org/2JGyK9W
🚨FRONTLINE is now accepting applications for the Local Journalism Project. 🚨 The initiative will support four to five in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance annually, over the next four years. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/announcement/frontline-pbss-acclaimed-investigative-documentary-series-launches-new-l ocal-journalism-project/ Apply 👉https://frontline.org/local 👈
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When filmmakers James Jones and Olivier Sarbil decided to investigate President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs in the Philippines, they went straight to the people carrying out the brutal crackdown. https://to.pbs.org/2Kivscw
Earlier this year, FRONTLINE investigated the case of Jassmine McBride. She was diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease during Flint’s 2014 outbreak, but surviving the outbreak was only the beginning. https://to.pbs.org/2RdwhDS
The Michigan AG's Office dropped all pending criminal charges against 8 officials related to the #FlintWaterCrisis, @freep reports. The office said it plans to start over. https://bit.ly/2F8pQNL
Watching "Chernobyl"? Get an up-close look at the disaster's haunting ruins with one of the survivors in our 360° video: https://to.pbs.org/2Ritfyn
Through the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will partner with reporters affiliated with local print, television, radio, or digital news organizations to carry out in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance. Learn more and apply 👉https://frontline.org/local
We're thrilled to announce the Local Journalism Project! FRONTLINE is now accepting applications. Learn more & apply: https://frontline.org/local
Earlier this year, FRONTLINE examined the long tail of Flint's tainted water, finding a death toll higher than reported by officials. https://to.pbs.org/2MNzdc3
The Michigan AG's Office dropped all pending criminal charges against 8 officials related to the #FlintWaterCrisis, @freep reports. The office said it plans to start over. https://bit.ly/2F8pQNL
As part of the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will provide local partner organizations with up to $75,000 for an annual reporting salary. The deadline to submit proposals is July 15. 👉 https://frontline.org/local 👈
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Through the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will partner with reporters affiliated with local print, television, radio, or digital news organizations to carry out in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance. Apply 👉 https://frontline.org/local 👈
What came out of the Mueller report? @NewsHour distills what you need to know into 6 minutes: https://to.pbs.org/2KgKteX
🚨FRONTLINE is now accepting applications for the Local Journalism Project. 🚨 The initiative will support four to five in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance annually, over the next four years. https://to.pbs.org/2MJRNSf Apply 👉https://to.pbs.org/2N0SRS3 👈
Scott Gaines spent 20 years as a New York City police officer. He was at Ground Zero on 9/11. He made it home that day, but the fallout would catch up to him. Listen to "The Weight of Dust." https://to.pbs.org/2EfD3EW
RT @ucbsoj: The deadline for reporters affiliated with local media organizations to submit proposals to @frontlinepbs' ambitious @knightfdn…
Through the Local Journalism Project, FRONTLINE will partner with reporters affiliated with local print, television, radio, or digital news organizations to carry out in-depth investigative projects on subjects of local relevance. Learn more and apply: https://to.pbs.org/2KhUusi
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Watching "Chernobyl"? Get an up-close look at the disaster's haunting ruins with one of the survivors in our 360° video: https://to.pbs.org/2Kj3z42
RT @sarah_childress: Thrilled to share our new project at @frontlinepbs: helping tell and amplify local investigations. Find out more - and…
RT @raneyaronson: All of us @frontlinepbs are grateful to @knightfdn & @cpbmedia for making the Local Journalism Project possible — and as…
RT @raneyaronson: We are now accepting applications for the @frontlinepbs Local Journalism Project: https://bit.ly/2X26Uuj
RT @raneyaronson: Through the @frontlinepbs Local Journalism Project, we will collaborate with local news organizations to support reporter…
RT @raneyaronson: As communities across the country grapple with shrinking newsrooms in local media, democracy suffers. It becomes harder f…
RT @raneyaronson: We are so pleased to announce the launch of the @frontlinepbs Local Journalism Project — an initiative to bolster local i…
"Through FRONTLINE’s Local Journalism Project, we will collaborate with local news organizations to support reporters in producing trustworthy investigative journalism," says FRONTLINE Executive Producer @raneyaronson. https://to.pbs.org/2MMlKkK Apply: https://to.pbs.org/2MMlKBg
We're thrilled to announce the Local Journalism Project! FRONTLINE is now accepting applications. Learn more: https://to.pbs.org/2KfSD7f Apply: https://to.pbs.org/2KiRDzg
A man was told he was fired from an Indian Health Service facility over suspected sexual abuse of a minor. While there was an open federal investigation into his case, he was "unfired" and eventually returned to work at an IHS teen health center. https://to.pbs.org/2MKxOmj
“I think a lot of people with serious and persistent mental illness are falling through the cracks of our mental health system and … into the arms of law enforcement.” — Neil Gowensmith, forensic psychologist https://to.pbs.org/2MIRsiB
Reports citing anonymous sources suggest Kim Jong-un's half brother may have worked with the CIA. It wouldn’t have been the first time Kim Jong-nam went against his brother or engaged with the West. https://to.pbs.org/2MGdeUa
As people ran from the towers on 9/11, they were blanketed in dust. An estimated 200,000 tons of pulverized building materials spread over miles of lower Manhattan, piling on cars and phone booths. The dust also contained toxic chemicals. LISTEN: https://to.pbs.org/2KfFcEq
 
 
 
 
 
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