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FRONTLINE examines how once-fringe conspiracy theories came to be wielded as a tool at the highest levels of American politics. STREAM NOW:
Sinthia Hernandez has cancer and diabetes, conditions that put her at a higher risk for complications if she contracts COVID-19. But for her, staying home from work is not an option. WATCH:
"I’m still 33, and I have lived all of this. Americans, Al Qaeda, civil war, the killing of Sunnis, the killing of Shia, the executions, the beheadings. It’s a miracle I’m still able to talk, isn’t it?" - Omar Mohammed in "Once Upon a Time in Iraq." WATCH:
The company that manages Epic Charter Schools in Oklahoma refuses to provide state auditors details about how it spends millions of dollars provided by the state to pay for students' extra activities. Read @OklahomaWatch 's investigation:
"In the eyes of the Chinese Communist Party... fighting for a democracy is over the red line." - Agnes Chow, pro-democracy activist in Hong Kong. FRONTLINE went inside the most intense clashes over months of pro-democracy protests. NOW STREAMING:
“United States of Conspiracy” examines how three men — Alex Jones, Roger Stone and the president — helped to lay the foundation for conspiracy theories to take center stage in America’s national conversation. Tune in or stream 7/28: