Quarantines are supposed to contain the new coronavirus, but are the right people going into isolation, and are federal guidelines strong enough?
An ER doctor in Seattle gives a firsthand account of treating COVID-19 patients. Plus, an Iraqi man seeks justice for atrocities at Abu Ghraib prison.
How the coronavirus came to California and whether the response could have been better. Plus, a forgotten lynching in Atlanta raises new questions.
Oil rigs may soon be coming to the nation’s largest wildlife refuge. We find out what that could mean to the people who live there.
Trump’s deregulatory fervor bolsters the chemical industry and Defense Department’s effort to debunk the science linking TCE to fetal heart defects.
Advisory panels slashed, environmental regulations rolled back – how the Trump administration uses questionable science to justify its policies.
A 10-year-old girl is separated from her family at the border and enters U.S. custody. Now she’s 17 and still in a shelter. Her family can’t find her.
As the 2020 census approaches, experts warn the count will be inaccurate. A look at why the census is struggling and whether efforts to save it can work.
How two well-respected New York art galleries sold more than $80 million in fake art.
Genetic genealogy is a powerful crime-solving tool combining DNA science and family tree research. Will it mean a crime-free world or a dark dystopia?