Female veterans are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population in the U.S.
It’s been one year since our investigation into America’s Worst Charities, and since that time, a lot has happened.
Deaths that involve prescription drugs are headline news when it affects celebrities. But opiate and prescription drug abuse are on the rise in communities across America.
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If you’ve been concerning yourself with the Heartbleed bug and the National Security Agency, you might as well have these seven items on your radar, too.
Unlike individual searches and seizures, there isn’t much regulation on how police should inform the public of their use of mass surveillance tactics.
While PBS FRONTLINE’s latest documentary focuses on adult inmates held in isolation, our recent investigation exposes the toll it takes on juveniles.
CIR speaks with Zohreh Soleimani, whose new documentary “To Kill a Sparrow” shares the story of an Afghan woman jailed for the moral crime of leaving a forced marriage to be with the man she loves.
The worst charity in America is capturing some of the Super Bowl excitement. Kids Wish Network has announced that it had partnered with the Seattle Seahawks to grant the wish of a child living with cystic fibrosis.
As 2013 draws to a close, CIR is taking a moment to recognize some of the best investigative reporting done in this year by other journalism organizations.
It’s been a big year for us at The Center for Investigative Reporting. As the year comes to a close, we reflect on some highlights of our reporting and the changes it has initiated.