More than a decade ago, the U.S. made a big bet on natural gas as a path to reduced emissions and energy independence. But has that bet gone bad for communities – and the climate?
If we want to slow climate change, we have to slash methane pollution. Methane is heating up the planet and threatens the health of people who live near drill sites.
Racial justice, police accountability, mutual aid, climate activism, warp-speed vaccines – we look at ways our COVID-19 year changed American society.
As the nation swears in President Joe Biden, we look at the long shadow cast by the forces that brought Donald Trump to power.
Where does America go from here? We talk with an asylum-seeking family, Georgia women on abortion and West Virginians on the impact of Black Lives Matter.
Reveal host Al Letson talks to a first-time voter, whose struggles reflect the divisions this country faces after a historic election.
Self-isolation may protect us from COVID-19, but what if you’re forced to live with strangers? This week, we look at nursing homes and prisons.
Federal inspectors cited 80% of nursing homes for poor infection control in recent years. Now, 25% of U.S. nursing home residents have gotten COVID-19.
At the federal level, the White House has interfered with the EPA’s evaluation of the chemical, which can cause cancers and deform fetal hearts.
Nurse Martha Marx talks about the difficulties of caring for patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic in this interview illustrated by Thi Bui.