Boxer Charles “Duke” Tanner, among the few to receive clemency from President Donald Trump, returns to his hometown after spending 16 years in prison.
Part of our illustrated series on inequity in the time of pandemic.
“We were actually the first company to build a quote unquote luxury bunker. The first quarter of 2020 I saw a 2,000% increase in the amount of inquiries.”
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As the pandemic sends more people online for entertainment, we look at how companies such as Facebook turn information about their users into profits.
As smart devices become a bigger part of our lives, we look at how Facebook and other companies profit from information about their users.
Reveal host Al Letson talks with Masha Alyokhina about standing up to authoritarianism and the campaign to release other political prisoners while Wor
Financial institutions are fueling gentrification in low-income neighborhoods while getting credit for helping the poor.
Black and Latino applicants across the country are being rejected for mortgages at much higher rates than whites, and their race seems to play a role.
Our video series examines the ways tribes in North America have dealt with mounting pressures from governments and corporations that take over their land for mega-projects such as dams, freeways and oil pipelines.
Fort McKay First Nation, a reservation in northern Canada, is home to nearly 400 Cree, Dene and other indigenous people. In the 1950s and ‘60s, petroleum operations started to surround the community, extracting oil from the nearby tar sands.