A 10-year-old girl is separated from her family at the border and enters U.S. custody. Now she’s 17 and still in a shelter. Her family can’t find her.
A new ritual at hospitals is bringing solace to the families of organ donors by paying tribute to the gift of life that’s being passed on.
Getting organs to patients waiting for a transplant is a matter of life and death. Yet transportation errors are putting patients in danger.
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As the 2020 census approaches, experts warn the count will be inaccurate. A look at why the census is struggling and whether efforts to save it can work.
How two well-respected New York art galleries sold more than $80 million in fake art.
Genetic genealogy is a powerful crime-solving tool combining DNA science and family tree research. Will it mean a crime-free world or a dark dystopia?
Hundreds of millions of dollars in property taxes should never have been charged, but Detroiters still had to pay or risk losing their homes.
In 1971, a 22-year-old journalist named Robert Rosenthal got a call from his boss at The New York Times. He told him to go to Room 1111 of the Hilton Hotel, bring enough clothes for at least a month and not tell anyone.
In the carnage that followed the Battle of the Bulge in 1944, top military commanders hoped one incident would be concealed.
This investigative audio drama from StoryWorks unravels the mystery of a deadly explosion at a Gulf Coast shipyard.