Daniel Ellsberg worried that the Vietnam War would spiral into nuclear apocalypse. So he secretly copied a 7,000-page report that exposed the reality of U.S.’s role in Vietnam.
In 1971, a 22-year-old journalist named Robert Rosenthal got a call from his boss at The New York Times. He told him to go to Room 1111 of the Hilton Hotel, bring enough clothes for at least a month and not tell anyone.
Find data on grades, enrollment and how much state money has been paid to the state’s private schools.
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Dominique Martin was thrilled to get a state-funded voucher to send her daughter to private school. We go to Louisiana to investigate the cost of school choice.
In Oregon, the concussion protocols that were supposed to keep high school athletes safe end up falling short for a star quarterback.
The federal government is quietly expanding its use of “tender age” shelters for migrant kids. We’ll tell you what we know.
President Donald Trump says he doubts humans have much of a role in climate change. His administration has sought to silence scientists.
Not a single department has said it disciplined an officer for Islamophobic posts or membership in an anti-Islam group.
We downloaded data from Facebook and asked a question: How many people were members of at least one extremist group and at least one police group?
Our analysis includes some of the most extensive evidence yet that militias are drawing support – and membership – from within U.S. law enforcement.