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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Fault Lines: Obama's Policy on Torture

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 2: A Tale of Two Bankruptceis

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 4: Townhall Debate on Torture

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 5: Evangelism in the US Military

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 9: Obama's New Strategy in Afghanistan

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 10: Mental Illness in America's Prisons

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 11: The Best of Fault Lines 2009

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 2: Ambassador Christopher Hill

2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 11: On the Brink: Iraq, Kurdistan and the Battle for Kirkuk

2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 14: Cyberwar

2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 16: Dying Inside: Elderly in Prison

2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 17: Illegal America: Arizona's Immigration Fight

2010
In the border state of Arizona, a new law known as SB1070 has reignited the immigration debate across the US. It's 2010, and the Tea Party-backed politicians responsible for the law say President Obama's failure to seal the border has forced them to take matters into their own hands to defend the state against illegal immigrants that the tanking economy cannot afford. But opponents of SB1070 say it criminalizes undocumented people and legitimates racial profiling of the state's large Latino population. The Obama administration challenged the law in court, arguing that it usurps federal authority over immigration - and a federal judge temporarily blocked some of its most controversial provisions from being implemented. Meanwhile a movement is rising, challenging not just SB1070, but the very premises of federal immigration policy. Fault Lines' Josh Rushing travels to the epicenter of the country's broken immigration system and asks the questions that are fracturing the nation: What does it mean to be illegal? And what does it mean to be American?

Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 20: Politics of Death Row

September 2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 21: The High and the Mighty

7 October 2010


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Mexico: Impunity and Profits

11 June 2011


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 2: Mexico's Hidden War

19 June 2011


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 4: Colombia's Gold Rush

4 July 2011


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 5: Robot Wars

26 December 2011


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Chile Rising

2 January 2012


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 5: The Coverage Gap

12 July 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 6: Punishment and Profits: Immigration Detention

2 April 2012


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 8: For Sale: The American Dream

4 September 2012


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 10: Battle for the Arctic

14 November 2012


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 11: Fracking in America

21 November 2012


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 18: Battle for the Sinai

17 November 2012


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Water for Coal

21 May 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 2: State of Play

3 September 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 3: Iraq Divided

22 October 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: The Death of Aging

11 May 2015


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 2: Hidden State: Inside North Korea

21 January 2015

Season 7, Episode 3: Invisible Hands

22 June 2015


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Unknown Season


Access Restricted: Abortion in Texas

May 2014

Alaska: When the Water Took the Land

December 2015

America's Hidden Harvest

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America's War Workers

7 March 2014

Anjali Kamat ... Herself - Correspondent

Baltimore Rising

17 June 2015

Anjali Kamat ... Correspondent

Behind America's Infant Mortality Crisis

2013

California in Crisis

11 June 2009
California is in crisis. The state is $24bn short of balancing its books this year, and it may run out of cash to pay its bills in a matter of weeks. It is a local story with global implications. California's economy is the largest in the US and the eighth largest in the world. If California fails, the shock waves of this economic crisis will be felt around the globe. In this episode of Fault Lines, Avi Lewis travels to South Central Los Angeles to learn about the political causes and the human impact of shock therapy, California style, and gets a glimpse of how the next chapter of the global economic crisis is likely to unfold.

Avi Lewis ... Himself - Host

Canada-Israel: The Other Special Relationship

2 December 2010
Seen as an honest-broker in the Israel-Palestinian conflict, Canada has become one of Israel's most fervent supporters. Fault Lines' Avi Lewis investigates.

Avi Lewis ... Himself - Host

Chasing Bail

24 May 2014

Children at Work

25 October 2013

Collect It All: America's Surveillance State

1 November 2013


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Conflicted: The Fight for Congo's Minerals

3 March 2016
Fault Lines investigates if the highly publicized campaign to stop "conflict minerals" is protecting the lives of some of the most vulnerable people in Africa, or if it is doing the opposite.
Anjali Kamat ... Herself - Correspondent

Conventions 2012: The Price of the Party

12 September 2012
Sebastian Walker and the Fault Lines team travel from the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, to examine the spectacle being broadcast on US screens. It's the most expensive election season to date. So who's paying? And what's it worth for those who find themselves outside the political arena?

Crypto Wars

25 October 2016
In the wake of the San Bernardino shooting that left 14 dead and more than 20 injured, the FBI asked Apple to create software to circumvent the security on one of the shooter's iPhones. Apple refused, and a new battle in the so-called crypto-wars began. Fault Lines takes a look back at Apple vs. FBI -- talking to law enforcement, cryptographers, security researchers, and members of Congress, in order to understand the debate over encryption in the United States.

Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Deadly Force

21 March 2014

Death in Plain Sight

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Death on the Bakken Shale

12 January 2015


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Deported from Palestine: Why Israel Fears Journalists

November 2016

Earthquake State

13 December 2015
Fault Lines travels to Oklahoma, where earthquakes are a daily occurrence, to witness the human consequences, and find out what - or who - is to blame.

Josh Rushing ... Correspondent

Elderly Incorporated

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Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Elsipogtog: The Fire Over Water

6 December 2013
Fault Lines travels to Mi'kmaq territory in New Brunswick, Canada to find out what happens when a First Nation says no to fracking. The piece follows the aftermath of the RCMP raid on protesters in Rexton, NB on October 17, 2013.

Fast Food, Fat Profits: Obesity in America

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Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Ferguson: City Under Siege

23 August 2014
Fault Lines goes to Ferguson, Missouri, to examine the protests over the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager name Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson. It looks at the violent police crackdowns on the protest and looks at some of the controversial decisions made by officials involved in the case.
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent
Jay Nixon ... Himself - Governor, Missouri
Ron Johnson ... Himself - Police Captain
Thomas Jackson ... Himself - Ferguson Police Chief
Eric Davis ... Himself - Cousin of Michael Brown
Solomon Butler ... Himself - Protestor
Miller Gardner ... Himself - Protestor
Adolphus Pruitt ... Himself - St. Louis City NAACP President
Jamala Rogers ... Herself - Organization for Black Struggle

Final Call

February 2016

Forgotten Youth: Inside America's Prisons

16 September 2015
Fault Lines investigates the impact of policies in Michigan, where lawyers have filed a class action lawsuit against the Department of Corrections on behalf of hundreds of teenage prisoners who allege abuse by older inmates and staff.
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

General Wesley Clark

2009


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Haiti in a Time of Cholera

21 August 2013

Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

Haiti: Six Months On

12 July 2010
Six months after the earthquake that killed up to 250,000 people, the dust is starting to settle over Port-au-Prince. As it does, the deep wounds that fracture this country are re-emerging, more gaping than even before. One-and-a-half million people remain displaced, many living under tents and tarps. Rubble removal is slow, and rebuilding has yet to begin. The UN and NGOs are as omnipresent as the rubble - but the chasm between Haiti's poor majority and the foreign organizations that say they are here to help seems as wide as ever. And while the quake may have forced the international community to realize that Haiti needs a state, Haitians are debating who is up to the task of governing. Al Jazeera's reporter in Port-au-Prince Sebastian Walker hosts this special edition of Fault Lines.
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

Haiti: The Politics of Rebuilding

11 February 2010
Just weeks after the earthquake that took up to 250,000 lives and devastated Haiti's capital city, a new normalcy is taking shape in Port-au-Prince. The shock of so much loss has barely worn off, but the mountains of rubble are slowly being cleared. And where landmarks like the national palace and the cathedral once towered a new architecture has appeared. Hundreds of tent cities have been set up, camps of internally displaced people who have lost their homes. Food distribution points dot the city, run primarily by the UN, with support from US troops. These structures might be temporary, but at the makeshift government head quarters, in donor conferences, and in the boardrooms of international financial institutions, attention is turning to the long-term plan. As pledges of billions of dollars of international aid and investment are made, Avi Lewis travels to Port-au-Prince and to the Plateau Central and finds that debates over the vision of a new Haiti are already underway.

Avi Lewis ... Himself - Host

History of an Occupation

19 March 2012

Josh Boss ... Himself
Lisa Fithian ... Herself
David Graeber ... Himself
Manissa Maharawal ... Herself
Sandra Nurse ... Herself
Tim Pool ... Himself
Max Rameau ... Himself

Boots Riley ... Himself
Nelini Stamp ... Herself
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Host

Honduras: 100 Days of Resistance

6 December 2009
It's more than 100 days since Honduras underwent only the second coup in Central America since the end of the Cold War. The crisis has been portrayed as a personal standoff between Manuel Zelaya, the president who was flown out of the country in his pajamas at gunpoint, and Roberto Micheletti, the man who was sworn into power that very same day. As the country moves haltingly toward elections scheduled for the end of November 2009, Fault Lines traveled to Honduras to learn more, and found that the polarization runs deeper and wider than an easy narrative of political rivalry.

Avi Lewis ... Himself - Host

Horn of Africa Crisis: Drought Zone

6 December 2011
As world leaders discuss climate policy in Durban in 2011, Fault Lines travels through Kenya's drought zone. Fault Lines asks how American policies intersect with drought and hunger, and how the US is responding to the emergency in the Horn of Africa.
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

Horn of Africa Crisis: Somalia's Famine

29 November 2011

How the White House Was Won

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In Deep Water: A Way of Life in Peril

17 June 2010
It's been two months since the Deepwater Horizon explosion, and millions of liters of oil have gushed out of BP's well into the water each day, slowly encroaching on the coastline. Fault Lines' Avi Lewis travels to the drill zone, and learns about the erosion in the wetlands from industry canals and pipelines, and the health problems blamed on contaminated air and water from petrochemical refineries.

Avi Lewis ... Himself - Host

Iraq: After the Americans: Part 1

25 July 2012
In keeping with Barack Obama's presidential campaign promise, the US withdrew the last of its combat troops from Iraq in December 2011. ln the first of a two-part series, Fault Lines travels across Iraq to take the pulse of a country and its people after nine years of foreign occupation and nation-building. Now that US troops have left, how are Iraqis overcoming the legacy of violence and toxic remains of the US-led occupation, and the sectarian war it ignited? Is the country on the brink of irreparable fragmentation? Can the ghosts of the past ever stop haunting the future? Correspondent Sebastian Walker first went to Baghdad in June 2003 and spent the next several years reporting unembedded from Iraq. In part 1, he returns and travels from Basra to Baghdad to find out what kind of future Iraqis are forging for themselves.

Iraq: After the Americans: Part 2

31 July 2012
In a special two-part series, Fault Lines travels across Iraq to take the pulse of a country and its people after nine years of foreign occupation and nation-building. It's 2012, and US combat troops have withdrawn. The so-called Islamic State is still underground. How are Iraqis overcoming the legacy of violence and toxic remains of the US-led occupation, and the sectarian war it ignited? Is the country on the brink of irreparable fragmentation? Correspondent Sebastian Walker first went to Baghdad in June 2003 and spent the next several years reporting unembedded from Iraq. In this second part of a very personal series, he returns and travels from Erbil to Mosul and Fallujah, revisiting old friends. Can the ghosts of the past ever stop haunting the future?
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

Left Behind

March 2016
Fault Lines explores the hidden epidemic of suicide among US firefighters and asks why more isn't being done to help.

Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Libya: State of Insecurity

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Life After Guantanamo

5 September 2013
It's 2013, and President Obama is struggling to keep his promise to close Guantanamo Bay prison, made via an executive order on his first full day in office. Over the past five years, U.S. Congress has raised the political price of transferring detainees-even those held without charges and already cleared for release. Some of those still stuck at Guantanamo Bay are on hunger strike as their loved ones campaigned for their freedom. Other former detainees are back in Yemen. Have they been tempted to "return to the battlefield" as Congress warns? Did years of detention, isolation and torture make them want to seek revenge against the United States? And how are they rebuilding their lives? Fault Lines travels to Yemen to explore the consequences of the U.S. policy of indefinite detention.
Wab Kinew ... Himself - Correspondent

Lost in the System

12 October 2015

Made in Bangladesh

20 August 2013

Anjali Kamat ... Herself - Correspondent

Mexico's Disappeared

February 2015

No Refuge: Children at the Border

18 September 2014

Occupy Wall Street: Surviving the Winter

27 March 2012

Jack Bryson ... Himself
Lisa Fithian ... Herself
Amin Husain ... Himself
Nell Myhand ... Herself
Sandra Nurse ... Herself
James Ploeser ... Himself
Max Rameau ... Himself

Boots Riley ... Himself
Nelini Stamp ... Herself
Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Host

On the Front Lines with the Taliban

4 April 2014

One Day in Charkh

22 November 2015

Opioid Wars

25 October 2014

Poison in Our Walls

August 2016

Seafood Slaves

6 March 2016
Fault Lines travels to Indonesia, Myanmar and Thailand to investigate slavery in the multi-billion dollar seafood industry.

Shadow City

30 March 2015

Shot in the Back: Police Violence in Albuquerque

April 2016

Stolen Wages

4 October 2013

Take as Prescribed: Drug Addiction in the US

October 2016

The Deported

31 January 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

The Deported: America's Immigration Battle

31 January 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

The Disappeared

13 November 2014

The Disappearing Delta

18 February 2015

The Puerto Rico Gamble

19 October 2015

Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

The School to Prison Pipeline

December 2014

The Top 1%

11 August 2011
Barely three years since the great recession, many middle income and poor Americans are still hurting. In the months before the Occupy Movement makes headlines, rising inequality in the US is starting to bring people into the streets. The richest 1% of US Americans earn nearly a quarter of the country's income and control an astonishing 40% of its wealth. Inequality in the US is more extreme than it's been in almost a century -- and the gap between the super rich and the poor and middle class people has widened drastically over the last 30 years. Meanwhile, in Washington, a bitter partisan debate over how to cut deficit spending and reduce the US' 14.3 trillion dollar debt is underway. As low and middle class wages stagnate and unemployment remains above 9%, Republicans and Democrats are tussling over whether to slash funding for the medical and retirement programs that are the backbone of the US's social safety net, and whether to raise taxes -- or to cut them further. The United States has never seemed so divided -- both politically and economically. How did the gap grow so wide, and so quickly? And how are the convictions, campaign contributions and charitable donations of the top 1% impacting the other 99% of Americans? Fault Lines investigates the gap between the rich and the rest.
Todd Akin ... Himself
Zeina Awad ... Herself - Host
Keith Ellison ... Himself
Jason Gurwin ... Himself
Leo Hindery ... Himself
Scott Hodge ... Himself
Shamus Khan ... Himself

Paul Ryan ... Himself
Jeffrey Sachs ... Himself

The US and Honduras

????

The US and the New Middle East: Libya

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The US and the New Middle East: The Gulf

????

This Is Taliban Country

11 April 2014

Town Hall Debate on Torture

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Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

U.S. Colombia Base Agreement

14 December 2009

US Admiral Michael Mullen

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Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

US Midterm Elections: A Town Hall Debate

????

US: Lost in the System

October 2015

Under the Microscope: The FBI Hair Cases

17 August 2015


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Venezuela Divided

27 August 2014

Sebastian Walker ... Himself - Correspondent

Wall Street Landlords

????

Wisconsin's Mining Standoff

14 June 2014


Josh Rushing ... Himself - Host

Women Behind Bars

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