Reporters examine the history of a $10 million real estate transaction in Beverly Hills, California.
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.
Here’s a totally incomplete list of some of the podcasts, documentaries, stories and scoops we want to make sure you didn’t miss.
Here at Reveal, we measure our success by impact. And we’re proud of the year we had.
We’re requesting information about how the ATF tracks guns that have been sold to the public by police departments.
We’re putting together a series of Reveal shows on the impacts of the Trump administration. Whether you’re a radio, television, print or online reporter, we’d like to hear your story pitches.
A federal judge still has to settle whether Texas Republicans designed the law to discriminate, and what she decides could determine whether Texas officials are held accountable.
We asked our listeners, readers and staff for their favorite Reveal stories of the year.
This election has come to be defined by so many different and often bizarre things. But, in these closing days, the focus has shifted from candidates and their positions to a more basic issue: access to the ballot box.
Extreme hunger is tearing apart Venezuela. We sent a team there to document the conditions that sent a million people into the streets to protest President Nicolás Maduro.