As the Trump administration moves forward with the president’s promised U.S.-Mexico border wall, questions persist about the effectiveness of immigration enforcement that has forced migrants into increasingly deadly terrain.
Joshua Brandon Vallum admitted in federal court to killing Mercedes Williamson because she was a transgender woman.
Increased hostility. Imperfect data. And more people identifying as transgender than ever.
Three reporters spent a week on the road in a cramped SUV, bound for places that had been touched by devastating fires to see firsthand how firefighters and their communities battle blazes.
Wildfires are getting bigger, more expensive to fight and closer than ever to where people live. The consequences can be deadly. The next episode of Reveal examines how wildfires got so dangerous – and how some areas are fighting back.
Wildfires, long considered a problem exclusive to the West, now threaten many other parts of the country as extreme weather becomes more commonplace and more people live in areas at risk for wildfire.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has called for the coordination of government data on missing persons and unidentified bodies.
Negotiating for government data can be tricky. (Empathetic music video included.) Here are some tips to help you with your request.
Rain has brought water back to some homes in Tulare County, but hundreds of families still rely on emergency tank program.
Tanks are now the primary source of water for more than 540 households in Tulare County, the epicenter of California’s four-year drought. In the poor, unincorporated community of East Porterville, the outlook is particularly bleak.