DeSantis’ Election Police Have Largely Flopped in Florida Voter Prosecutions. A New Law Aims to Change That.
A new analysis by Reveal shows the push to target election activity in state legislatures nationwide has only intensified in the four months since the 2022 midterm elections.
This Week’s Podcast
Buried Secrets: America’s Indian Boarding Schools Part 1
After decades of stripping away Native American identity from its students, a Catholic boarding school seeks to help the community heal.Listen Now
How Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers Can Claim to Be Medical Clinics and Get Away With It
One Florida case shows just how little authorities are doing to regulate pregnancy centers, even when the risks to women are significant.
From Victim to Suspect
A young mom with a daughter to support puts up with her boss’s crude behavior, until one night she says he goes too far. She goes to the police – but that doesn’t solve her problem. It creates a new one.
Big Lie Proponents Are Creating Harsh Criminal Penalties for Elections Activity
The proliferation of election crime legislation is the most threatening front in voter suppression efforts in generations.
Behind the Smiles at Amazon
Amazon’s internal records expose the true toll of its relentless drive for domination.
The Disappeared Series
A collection of never-before-seen records shows what migrant children endure once they’ve been placed in U.S. custody.
The New Front in Voter Suppression
State legislators across the country are trying to dramatically increase voting-related prosecutions, inspired by Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election.
An investigative journalist uncovers the money, influence, and alarming rationale behind covert efforts to control the most vital resource on the planet.
When Abusers Keep Their Guns
Reveal’s investigation into how domestic abusers are allowed to keep their guns – with deadly consequences.
A treatment for drug addiction has turned tens of thousands of people into an unpaid, shadow workforce.
Reveal’s serial podcast investigates a story that is a reckoning of justice in America. Explore the series.
In 2014, students from a rural college in Mexico came under attack by police. Six people were killed and 43 young men disappeared without a trace.
The Bitter Work Behind Sugar Series
Millions of pounds of sugar is harvested for the U.S. each year in the Dominican Republic, where the grueling work means harsh conditions and low pay for Haitian migrants.
The Eugene L. Roberts Fund
The Eugene L. Roberts Fund honors the work of Gene Roberts, the legendary executive editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer from 1972 to 1990.
Baseball Strikes Out
Baseball’s home run surge in the late ’90s and early 2000s was fueled by anabolic steroids. But fans didn’t want to hear the difficult truth about their heroes – and Major League Baseball refused to deal with a growing scandal.
Listening in on Russia’s War in Ukraine
Secretly intercepted phone calls from Russian soldiers in Ukraine reveal how fear and propaganda fueled Russia’s violence against its neighbor.
How a 7-Year Prison Sentence Turns Into Over 100
Anthony Gay was sentenced to seven years in prison on a parole violation. He ended up with 97 years added to his sentence. How did that happen?
How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong
Many schools teach reading using an approach that can actually make it harder for kids to learn. They’re taught strategies like “look at the picture” and “think of a word that makes sense.” This episode is a partnership with American Public Media’s Sold a Story podcast.
Inside the Global Fight for White Power
White nationalists around the globe are working together to disrupt multicultural societies and Western democracies.
This Nurse Wanted to Help Women Avoid Abortions. Then She Saw Infection Control Problems at a Crisis Pregnancy Center.
State agencies aren’t monitoring anti-abortion clinics that offer free ultrasounds and other medical care. A Kentucky nurse’s complaints against one facility illustrate the lack of accountability.
A Miracle Cure for AIDS or Snake Oil?
In the 1990s, a Black doctor said he may have found a cure for AIDS – but federal regulators insisted it didn’t work. What was its true potential? This episode is a partnership with the Serum podcast from WHYY and Local Trance Media.
Locked Up: The Prison Labor That Built Business Empires
Companies across the South profited off the forced labor of people in prison after the Civil War – a racist system known as convict leasing.
The Double Life of a Civil Rights Icon
Photographer Ernest Withers chronicled the civil rights movement. Did he also betray it?
Texas Republicans Look to Usurp Power of Local Prosecutors Who Don’t Pursue Their Voter Fraud Agenda
The Texas Legislature is considering at least nine bills that would increase criminal penalties for voting-related infractions or extend law enforcement’s ability to investigate voters.