As the #MeToo movement sweeps across Hollywood, Washington and the world of media, it’s easy to ignore the sexual abuse of women in low-profile jobs.
Reporter and Producer
Amy Walters is a reporter and producer for Reveal. She began her career as a broadcast journalist in the Middle East. In 2000, she moved to Washington, D.C., to work for NPR’s flagship shows, "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered." A Southern Californian native, Walters returned to the Golden State as a field producer for NPR in 2003. Her work was honored with the Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting, the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award, two Peabody Awards and two Robert F. Kennedy Awards. Throughout her career, Walters has continued to cover the world, including the U.S. war with Iraq in 2004, the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the 2011 Arab Spring in Egypt and Libya, and the U.S. war with Afghanistan. She also has reported from Ethiopia, Kenya and Iran. In 2014, Walters was based in Doha, Qatar, as a producer for Al Jazeera English before returning to the United States. Walters is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
Al Letson Reveals: Roger Stone
President Donald Trump has been in office for six months. On this week’s podcast special, Reveal host Al Letson speaks with someone who helped get him
Trump’s business conflicts cast a shadow over Middle East policy
The president’s new financial disclosure mentions at least two dozen entities: limited liability companies, corporations and trusts in which Trump was, until recently, an official, and it includes the names of Persian Gulf cities and states.
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The kids aren’t all right
In elementary, middle and high schools, the Associated Press found a shocking level of sexual violence among students throughout the U.S. On this episode of Reveal, we delve into the results of AP’s yearlong investigation.
Richard Spencer’s cotton farms
In this episode of Reveal, we go deeper into three shocking stories, including the Louisiana cotton farm business of white nationalist Richard Spencer.
On 2 sides of a police shooting in Jacksonville, Florida
Jacksonville, Florida, is a politically divided city, where Donald Trump won the election by less than 2 points. The president’s vocal support for local police also receives a divided reaction here.
On this episode of Reveal, we team up with The Center for Public Integrity to investigate high levels of exhaust that surround U.S. schools and how th
USDA said it didn’t know charity had problems. Documents show otherwise
When Reveal disclosed that the U.S. government had allocated at least $133 million to a charity linked to an alleged cult, the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service maintained that it had no indication the money was misused. But records withheld by the agency until Reveal sued for them show otherwise.
Split down the middle
As Donald Trump assumes leadership of a divided nation, Reveal heads to Jacksonville, Florida, one of the most divided cities in America.
Mexico won’t arrest Danish fugitive wanted for fraud
A top Danish law enforcement official says Mexico has refused his request to arrest a fugitive who the Danes say ran a fraudulent charity network.