On Reveal, we team up with Inside Energy to go behind the scenes at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and meet the young people who started the oil pipeline protests.
Senior Reporter and Producer
Ike Sriskandarajah is a senior reporter, producer, and fill-in host for Reveal. He has worked on projects that have won an Emmy, two medals from Investigative Reporters and Editors, and awards from Third Coast, the Education Writers Association, and the New York Associated Press Association. He was a narrative audio producer at The New York Times, making investigative episodes for "The Daily." Sriskandarajah is from Wisconsin and reports from New York City.
Reveal goes to places where poisonous chemicals are so deadly that they can devastate a town. And they all have one thing in common: The people in these towns are overwhelmingly black, brown and poor.
On this episode of Reveal, we team up with The Center for Public Integrity to investigate high levels of exhaust that surround U.S. schools and how th
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America’s ring of fire
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.
When spark meets sprawl: Building in wildlands increases fire risk
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.
How a tiny Texas town took down its city council
In February, scores of FBI agents stormed the tiny City Hall in Crystal City, Texas, and arrested most of its leaders in connection with a bribery and kickback scheme. Here’s how it all unfolded.
Pumped on Trump
With his celebrity lifestyle and made-for-reality-TV personality, some people didn’t take Donald Trump’s presidential bid seriously – but his polling numbers aren’t a joke. This hour of Reveal will delve into the hearts and minds of the ardent supporters who have put him in the lead.
Growing hay a world away
Saudi Arabia’s largest dairy company, Almarai, bought 9,600 acres of land in a desert in the American Southwest. The company then converted it into hay fields to feed cows back home.