Police officers, ostensibly stationed at schools to protect students, increasingly are being brought in to deal with discipline issues. And a disproportionate number of students referred to cops and courts in Virginia are minorities and special needs children.
EBay hasn’t always banned the sale of parts or accessories for assault weapons. The popular online auction and shopping website has gone back and forth on its gun policy for years.
When shooters fire guns with lead-based ammunition, they spread lead vapor and dust – deadly toxins that can be inhaled or absorbed through the skin.
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U.S. air marshals are our law enforcement in the air – and they’re expected to protect us on high-risk flights. But some employees of the Federal Air Marshal Service are suspected of rearranging flights in order to meet for sexual trysts.
After our broadcast on a photo appearing to show detainee abuse, the U.S. Army launched an investigation into whether war crimes were committed.
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The Food and Drug Administration is supposed to ensure that medical equipment going inside people’s bodies is manufactured by companies approved by the agency, but there’s a fissure in the system.
In this episode of Reveal, we look at the power of a single photo, a VA doctor accused of handing out opiates to veterans like “candy” and surgery patients who got screwed out of legitimate medical hardware.
Meet the “Candy Man” – the chief of staff at a VA hospital in Tomah, Wisconsin. Hospital staff members say Dr. David Houlihan “hands out narcotics like they’re candy.”
In this episode, we expose the secrets one powerful religious group was keeping; whether officers are being held accountable for committing acts of torture; and why so many U.S. cities still lack decent Internet service.