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"The Weekly" is a narrative documentary series focusing on the stories behind The New York Times's headlines. Each half-hour episode features a Times journalist investigating one of the most pressing issues of the day. With more than 1,550 journalists scattered across 160 countries, The Times produces 2,500 stories a week -- investigative reports, political scoops, cultural dispatches. And each week, "The Weekly" tells one of these stories in a visual way. The series is FX's and The New York Times's first major foray into TV news.

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Rudy Giuliani becomes a national hero after the events of 9/11, but his back-channel work in Ukraine helps spark an impeachment process that may forever tarnish both him and his client, President Trump.
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A mysterious man emerged with the explosive claim that he had thousands of hours of surveillance footage from Jeffrey Epstein's mansions that showed some of the most powerful men in America having sex; then his story took a turn.
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Going inside the race to create the first perfect deepfake: an ultrarealistic fake video that could permanently undermine the ability to trust what one sees and hears.
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When Mexican forces come to arrest the son of the notorious drug lord, "El Chapo", it is the spark that ignites all-out war on the streets of Culiacán; investigating how the Sinaloa Drug Cartel took on the Mexican army, and won.
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Investigating the culture of sexualized yoga, unwelcome adjustments and outright assault in one of the most accessible, affordable forms of group fitness in America.
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An investigation into whether police breathalyzers are fundamentally flawed, and if they even work.
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The story of former White House counsel Donald McGahn, one of the most influential people in the Trump administration.
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Student activists demand change in New York's school system, one of the most segregated in the country; a new schools chancellor hopes to deliver equal opportunities for all.
aired 59 days ago
Johnson & Johnson publicly insists that its baby powder is safe, but asbestos is a concern inside the company for years.
aired 66 days ago
An investigation into an overlooked moment when top U.S. law enforcement officials had an opportunity to take on the drugmaker that was planting the seeds for the opioid crisis, but instead chose a less aggressive path.
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The lives of an idealistic American couple bicycling around the world and a group of young men radicalized by ISIS tragically intersect on a remote mountain pass.
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The untold story of baby Constantin, who spends most of his first 10 months of life separated from his parents by the U.S. government.
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A look at the similarities between Russia's meddling tactics in the 2016 U.S. election and Estonia a decade before.
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An investigation into Apple's supply chain uncovers how the gold in iPhones might trace back to violent paramilitary groups that extort, and sometimes kill, Colombian miners.
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Investigating who pays the bill and who reaps the profits when the medicine a family needs to survive costs $1.5 million a year.
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Examining YouTube's influence over Brazil's election process and the control that the social media outlet could have on other aspects of a country's trajectory.
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A circle of young activists pushes the Democratic Party further to the left as its presidential candidates vie to unseat President Trump.
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A tragic story about Facebook scammers who pose as American servicemen and prey on vulnerable women; the tech company that does little to stop it.
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New York City taxi drivers are pushed to bankruptcy, foreclosure, and even suicide; a yearlong investigation into the collapse of the taxi medallion industry reveals how the system was rigged against the drivers, and who profited from it.
aired 143 days ago
A tiny school in rural Louisiana attracts national attention for sending students to the Ivy League; a New York Times investigation shows that the viral success stories were full of deception, and that the truth was much darker.
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As an iconic car company transforms itself into a tech company, thousands of auto workers stand to lose their jobs.

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