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Congratulations to PBS!

The award season is well underway (does it ever really end?) and once again PBS has received a few prestigious recognitions.

This time it’s the George Foster Peabody Awards, awarded annually for distinguished achievement and meritorious public service by television and radio stations, networks, producing organizations, individuals and the World Wide Web. 76 more words



What if the rise of ISIS could have been prevented — with just one airstrike?

That’s a question that Nada Bakos, a former CIA analyst, has had to grapple with ever since the terror group’s brutal rise to power. 9,543 more words


Racing against the clock to find missing Margaret

Sergeant Nicola Barlow-Cook has been with Bedfordshire Police for 23 years. She tells us what it’s like to lead the search for a missing person who is living with dementia… 1,154 more words

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PopPolitics: How Mistakes and Missed Opportunities Led to ISIS (Listen)

Frontline’s “The Secret History of ISIS” not only traces the roots of the terror organization to far earlier than many believe, it shows a series of missed opportunities and mistakes on the part of the Bush and Obama administrations in halting its progression. 483 more words