A Philadelphia homicide detective on the rise abused his power in bizarre and extreme ways. How did he get away with it for so long?
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.
No Retreat: The Dangers of Stand Your Ground
In the decade since George Zimmerman killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida, stand your ground laws have expanded across the nation. And with them come more homicides.
The Bitter Work Behind Sugar
On a vast plantation in the Dominican Republic, Haitian migrants still use machetes to harvest sugarcane that’s exported to the U.S. The workers are protesting poor working and living conditions.
A Reckoning at Amazon
Who is shipping out all those holiday season packages? As Amazon has made huge profits, their worker injury rates are higher than other companies.
US Bans Sugar Imports From Top Dominican Producer Over Forced Labor Allegations
In an investigation by Reveal and Mother Jones, workers for the Central Romana Corp. spoke of inadequate protective gear, poor medical care, withheld pensions and debt.
How Democracy Survived the Midterm Elections
Following the 2020 election, it looked like the midterms could create more chaos. But mostly, they didn’t. Why?
The City (Revealed)
An illegal construction dump appears in a Chicago neighborhood and grows to six stories tall. Its story reveals the depths of political corruption.
These Sheriffs Say They’re More Powerful Than the President. Now, They’re Targeting Elections.
How a group of rogue sheriffs decided to make themselves the new election police.
Climate Makers and Takers
As sea levels rise, two communities in Nigeria are adapting in radically different ways.