Why was the United States left scrambling for critical medical equipment as the coronavirus swept the country?
This Marshall Project / PBS FRONTLINE film follows an undocumented family’s struggle to survive homelessness, immigrant detention, and a rapidly spreading virus.
In Clark County, Wisconsin, where there are more cows than people, small towns' economies have been hit hard by the pandemic but are still finding ways to persevere.
When Marco Vernaschi, an Italian photojournalist, decided to head to the West African nation of Guinea Bissau, he knew that cocaine traffickers had already destabilized the tiny former Portuguese colony. But when he arrived on the scene shortly after the country's president and army chief were brutally assassinated last March, Vernaschi saw a place spiraling into a gangster's paradise. He has documented the chilling impact of the drug trade in places like Bolivia, and spent months in Guinea Bissau getting to know drug gangs from the inside.
Just as a power sharing agreement between Robert Mugabe and the opposition MDC party was announced today in Zimbabwe, Frontline/World's Joe Rubin talks with our correspondent -- who must remain anonymous for her own safety -- about the situation there.