The highlights of our investigation into how the student loan system – originally created to alleviate poverty and inequality – became a profit center for Wall Street, private investors, even the government.
UCLA provides far fewer opportunities to female athletes than its public reports suggest, Reveal has found.
After Congress passed the landmark gender equity law Title IX in the 1970s, schools merged men’s and women’s athletics directors. They put men in charge. And those men hired other men.
This year’s presidential election will be the first without the full protection of the Voting Rights Act since the civil rights era.
Squiffy Clean is doing what workers have said is a simple solution: have them work in teams, rather than alone.
Regulators are failing to study the effects of mixed pesticides, even though a growing body of science is showing they could present greater health hazards than the individual pesticides that are monitored.
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Check out five pieces of our best long-form writing from 2015, as selected by Reveal’s staff.
ABM Industries has agreed to an outside review of rape claims made by female janitors in California, adding a new layer of oversight for a company with a history of accusations that it failed to prevent sexual violence.
This past year has been an important – and wild – one for us at Reveal and The Center for Investigative Reporting. Here’s a rundown of some of the dust we’ve kicked up, the changes we’ve spurred and the conversations we’ve started in 2015.