• FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Robert Wolf
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Robert Wolf
    Chairman of UBS's Group Americas division, Wolf was an informal adviser to ...
    Chairman of UBS's Group Americas division, Wolf was an informal adviser to then-Sen. Obama during his presidential campaign. During the financial meltdown, Wolf was often Obama's "inside source" on ...
    0:54:41
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)
    Vice chair of the House Republican Conference, Rodgers (R-Wash.) is very ...
    Vice chair of the House Republican Conference, Rodgers (R-Wash.) is very critical of President Obama's handling of the crisis. She says the president did not take a very cooperative approach with ...
    0:25:58
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Cathy O'Neil
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Cathy O'Neil
    Cathy O'Neil taught mathematics at Barnard College before working as a "quant" ...
    Cathy O'Neil taught mathematics at Barnard College before working as a "quant" (using statistical methods to predict patterns in the market) for the hedge fund D.E. Shaw. Disillusioned, she joined ...
    0:38:29
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Christina Romer
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Christina Romer
    Shortly before Obama became president, Romer, his incoming chair of the Council ...
    Shortly before Obama became president, Romer, his incoming chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, projected that the $787 billion stimulus package would curb unemployment at 8 percent. (It has ...
    1:00:03
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Terri Duhon
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Terri Duhon
    Terri Duhon joined JPMorgan as a derivatives trader in 1994, after graduating ...
    Terri Duhon joined JPMorgan as a derivatives trader in 1994, after graduating from MIT. Four years later she was tapped to develop JPMorgan's credit derivatives business. She is managing partner of ...
    0:50:46
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Richard Kovacevich
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Richard Kovacevich
    The former chair and CEO of Wells Fargo, Kovacevich was a strong opponent of the ...
    The former chair and CEO of Wells Fargo, Kovacevich was a strong opponent of the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), under which his bank was forced to accept a $25 billion capital injection from ...
    0:59:54
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Austan Goolsbee
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Austan Goolsbee
    A longtime economic adviser to Barack Obama, Goolsbee focused on developing ...
    A longtime economic adviser to Barack Obama, Goolsbee focused on developing economic arguments for tougher regulation of the financial industry.
    0:56:33
  • FRONTLINE -- The FRONTLINE Interview: Phil Angelides
    S2012 E7: The FRONTLINE Interview: Phil Angelides
    Phil Angelides chaired the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which spent more ...
    Phil Angelides chaired the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which spent more than a year investigating the crisis and concluded that it was avoidable, and a result of excessive risk taking, ...
    1:00:15
  • FRONTLINE -- A Financial Crisis Will Happen Again
    S2012 E7: A Financial Crisis Will Happen Again
    Our regulators are not up to the task of understanding the complexity of these ...
    Our regulators are not up to the task of understanding the complexity of these institutions, warns Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Board of Dallas.
    0:00:41
  • FRONTLINE -- The Fingerprint Examiner's Achilles Heel
    S2012 E6: The Fingerprint Examiner's Achilles Heel
    Can knowing the details of a crime alter the matchmaking process? Yes, says ...
    Can knowing the details of a crime alter the matchmaking process? Yes, says neuroscientist Itiel Dror. It's called cognitive bias, and it can happen to even the most competent expert.
    0:03:53
  • FRONTLINE -- The Free World
    S2011 E11: The Free World
    Thoughts on freedom - and another impending trial - from Ernie Lopez. A Texas ...
    Thoughts on freedom - and another impending trial - from Ernie Lopez. A Texas court recently threw out his 2003 conviction of sexually assaulting 6-month-old Isis Vas, who later died, though the ...
    0:01:30
  • FRONTLINE -- A Mother's Struggle After Her Son's Murder
    S2012 E3: A Mother's Struggle After Her Son's Murder
    "This has got to stop," Anjanette Albert, whose son Derrion was killed in ...
    "This has got to stop," Anjanette Albert, whose son Derrion was killed in September 2009 after he was pulled into a fight and severely beaten. Footage of his death captured on a cell phone helped to ...
    0:01:06
  • FRONTLINE -- The Interrupters (Graphic Language)
    S2012 E3: The Interrupters (Graphic Language)
    From acclaimed producer-director Steve James ("Hoop Dreams") and best-selling ...
    From acclaimed producer-director Steve James ("Hoop Dreams") and best-selling author-turned-producer Alex Kotlowitz ("There Are No Children Here"), an unusually intimate journey into the stubborn ...
    1:54:42
  • FRONTLINE -- The Secret War
    S2012 E1: The Secret War
    Stephen Grey and Martin Smith go inside the deepest front in America's war ...
    Stephen Grey and Martin Smith go inside the deepest front in America's war against Al Qaeda and the Taliban: Pakistan. They uncover new details about border-crossing CIA-funded Afghan militias, ...
    0:17:18
  • FRONTLINE -- A Tour of the Chabad House
    S2011 E19: A Tour of the Chabad House
    An inside look at what happened at the Jewish community center during the 2008 ...
    An inside look at what happened at the Jewish community center during the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, and more on the current state of the building.
    0:01:52
  • FRONTLINE -- An Early Warning about Lashkar
    S2011 E19: An Early Warning about Lashkar
    It took the 2008 Mumbai attacks for much of the world to recognize ...
    It took the 2008 Mumbai attacks for much of the world to recognize Lashkar-i-Taiba's threat, but renowned French investigative judge Jean-Louis Bruguiere had for years warned of the Pakistan-based ...
    0:01:51
  • FRONTLINE -- The Regime
    S2011 E18: The Regime
    How Syrian Pres. Bashar al-Assad has managed to hold onto power for so long
    How Syrian Pres. Bashar al-Assad has managed to hold onto power for so long
    0:22:35
  • FRONTLINE -- A Terrorist Speaks
    A Terrorist Speaks
    Newly released interrogation videos show David Coleman Headley, who admitted ...
    Newly released interrogation videos show David Coleman Headley, who admitted participating in the November 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, desperately trying to cut a deal with FBI agents interrogating ...
    0:00:40
  • FRONTLINE -- An Unusual Delivery Sparks a Scare
    S2011 E16: An Unusual Delivery Sparks a Scare
    In the weeks after 9/11, Capitol Hill employees were on high alert. The Friday ...
    In the weeks after 9/11, Capitol Hill employees were on high alert. The Friday before she opened the anthrax letter, Grant Leslie, an intern in Sen. Daschle's office, received an unusual thank-you ...
    0:01:14
  • FRONTLINE -- An Optimist in Haiti
    S2011 E15: An Optimist in Haiti
    Adam Davidson of NPR's "Planet Money" travels to Haiti to meet a man with an ...
    Adam Davidson of NPR's "Planet Money" travels to Haiti to meet a man with an unlikely tourism plan to help turn around his country's economy.
    0:13:22
  • FRONTLINE -- The Human Polygraph Machine
    S2011 E14: The Human Polygraph Machine
    Key to a successful interrogation -- being able to think quickly on your feet. ...
    Key to a successful interrogation -- being able to think quickly on your feet. How FBI interrogator Ali Soufan improvised a creative way to determine when one subject was lying.
    0:01:03