If you’ve answered a knock at your front door, you might’ve had an interaction with a Jehovah’s Witness or two. But Reveal reporter Trey Bundy found out what this powerful religious hierarchy wanted to keep to itself.
The use of torture by U.S. personnel was not limited to the CIA, nor was it limited to a group of brutal guards at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison.
Today, a high-speed connection is as necessary as electricity. It’s a vital part of economic growth in America because businesses need it to run, well, business.
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In this episode, we also investigate foreign currency training, toxic delays at the EPA and the business of making babies. Credits Host: Al Letson Managing Director: Christa Scharfenberg Executive Editor: Susanne Reber Senior Producer: Mia Zuckerkandel Lead Sound Designer and Engineer: Jim Briggs Digital Editor: Julia B. Chan Reveal Producers: Sandra Bartlett, Julia B. Chan, Delaney Hall, Ingrid […]
As the geopolitics of food heats up, our investigation reveals the deep role the Chinese government played in purchasing 1 in 4 pigs raised in America.
Reveal reporter Nathan Halverson traveled to Asia to report on the food shortages China faces and why the country needs American pork.
Nowadays, a boiler-room scam doesn’t require a bunch of guys in a basement dialing for dollars. All it takes is a professional-looking website, heartfelt testimonials and some good search engine optimization.
Lawmakers and industry groups opposed to new regulations on toxic chemicals have found a way to keep the EPA mum. The Center for Public Integrity has uncovered a strategy that has been remarkably successful for those guarding their own interests at the risk of public health.
How safe is your child’s day care? State inspection reports are public records, but it’s accessing them that’s a problem for many parents.