Senior reporter Aaron Glantz shares the findings of Reveal’s investigation into modern-day redlining with the House Financial Services Committee.
The story of one L.A. house illustrates the tens of thousands now off the market for working-class and first-time homebuyers.
This episode of Reveal takes you into the world of people who are still profiting from America’s housing bust, from rent-to-own investors in Detroit to President Donald Trump’s best friend, a real estate mogul.
One of President Donald Trump’s closest friends and confidants took advantage of the Great Recession to build an unprecedented real estate business that makes him tantamount to a modern-day slumlord – buying up homes, bumping up rents and allowing the properties to fall into disrepair.
La industria de fresas de $2.6 billones de California depende de un tipo de pesticidas llamados fumigantes, que han sido relacionados con el cáncer, problemas de desarrollo y el agotamiento del ozono.
California’s strawberry growers rely on heavy amounts of dangerous pesticides to deliver fruit year-round at an affordable price. But the health and environmental problems that come with those chemicals have threatened the foundation of a $2.6 billion industry.