US Prosecutors Place Charges in Panama Papers Probe
It was the biggest leak in history. And it showed us how rich people hide their money.
What Regulations Are Keeping Civilian Drones in Check?
Following our earlier coverage from the week, we look at the various efforts to increase drone enforcement.
From Neighbor to Parking Angel to Friend
Parking in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles is a nightmare. But for two neighbors, a note on left on a door has eased the headaches.
Sacramento Reduces Black Infant Deaths Through Education
After decades of black babies dying at twice the rate of other racial groups in Sacramento, a new report finds a 45 percent decrease in black infant deaths between 2013 and 2016.
How We Say Goodbye: Presidential Funerals and Moments of Unity
Presidential funerals — and the eulogies delivered at them — have made for memorable moments in the nation’s history, and have been used to call for unity in divisive times.
Wisconsin and Michigan: What Do They Tell Us About the Democratic Process?
Before the incoming Democratic governors take their seats, Republicans are rushing to pass legislation.
How Wisconsin Fails its Black Residents
By many measures, Wisconsin is one the worst places for black Americans to live.
Professor Barbara Perry
Dr. Alex Gee
North Carolina Launches Investigation into Possible Election Fraud
A Republican victory is in limbo as an investigation is launched in North Carolina to determine whether hundreds of absentee ballots were illegally cast or destroyed.
France on the Brink: Anti-Fuel Tax Protests Shake the Country
The demonstrations may be a symptom of larger social discontent and anger towards President Macron.
Long After the Flames, Smoke From Wildfires Pose Health Dangers
A new investigation by Reveal and the Center for Investigating Reporting suggests that wildfires are leaving behind profound health concerns for people in the state.
Why Is Cervical Cancer Killing So Many Black Women in the South?
In Alabama, black women are dying of cervical cancer at more than twice the national average. And this trend only seems to be increasing.
Creepy or Innovative? Privacy or Convenience? It's Time to Talk About Civilian Drones
While there are many convenient uses for civilian drones, what are the potential dangers?
Dr. Francesca Dominici
Dr. Evelyn Reynolds
When Police Officers Commit Crimes, How Frequently Are They Punished?
And what will it take for the culture within police departments to change?
The Big Business of Detaining Migrant Children
A report published over the weekend in The New York Times details how non-profit organization Southwest Key has made millions detaining migrant children for the federal government.
What Happened at the G-20 Summit?
The U.S. stood out for standing its ground on pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement.
How Cashless Businesses Hurt Low-Income Americans
A New York City Councilmember proposed new legislation to require businesses to accept cash, saying that the recent wave of cashless businesses excludes low-income consumers.
Healing Conversations at the Gym Lead to an Unlikely Friendship
For the first story in our series "America the Kind," we hear from a retiree going through a terrible loss who found solace in regular conversations with the receptionist at his gym.
Malo Andre Hutson
Inside the Pentagon: First-Ever Audit Exposes Massive Accounting Fraud
Nobody knows how much money is being spent at the Pentagon or where it’s being spent.
Ambassador Eric Edelman
Neta C. Crawford
Staff Sergeant Patricia King
Migrant Family Separation Continues at the Border, Despite Executive Order
Immigration officials have yet to provide clarity on the number of children having been separated.
Chemical Attack on Central American Migrants Puts America's Relationship with Human Rights in Doubt
The United States has a reputation for being a beacon of human rights. Is that reputation deserved?
Barry Jenkins and KiKi Layne Capture the Heart of James Baldwin in "If Beale Street Could Talk"
Director Barry Jenkins and actor KiKi Layne discuss balancing the romance at the heart of "If Beale Street Could Talk," with broader issues of racism and mass incarceration.
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