“The Dead Unknown” tells the story of Jane and John Does in America and the thousands of families left in the dark about their loved ones’ fate.
On average, someone in North Dakota’s Bakken oil fields dies every six weeks. Reveal reporter Jennifer Gollan examines how energy producers have managed to avoid responsibility for worker injuries and deaths.
In our latest videos, CIR digs into the largest Chinese purchase of an American business: iconic Smithfield Foods to Shuanghui International.
CIR and KQED take an inside look at the emerging technologies that could revolutionize policing – and how intrusively the public is monitored by the government.
This year’s News and Documentary Emmy Award winners will be announced Tuesday. The I Files team has screened hundreds of hours of videos and compiled a list of 17 interesting takeaways from this year’s nominees.
The editors of The I Files are focusing on the slightly less well-known and moderately less glamorous News and Documentary Emmys, which feature fewer diamonds but far more muckraking than their more celebrated siblings.
As Congress debates whether and how to intervene in Syria, The I Files team has compiled some of the best reporting and must-watch videos to provide background and context on the conflict.
As the U.S. military unveils a new female-friendly uniform, The I Files looks back at the Army’s awkward instructional videos for women’s fashion and etiquette.
A sampling of some of the worst and most unintentionally entertaining propaganda videos from around the world.
The new third in line to the British throne is just one of the 130 million babies that will be born this year, albeit to far less fanfare.