In 1988, two powerful explosions shook Kansas City, Mo., killing six firefighters. Five people were convicted of arson – but were they innocent?
Institutions of higher earning
As this week’s episode explains, students face a variety of obstacles, from rising tuition rates to hard-line immigration laws.
Where criminals get their guns
On this episode of Reveal, we learn where criminals get their guns and what cars can teach us about gun safety.
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Pizzagate: A slice of fake news
This week, Reveal teams up with The Investigative Fund and Rolling Stone to dissect Pizzagate and the violence it inspired.
The Paradise Papers
This week, Reveal journalists team up with The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists for a new bombshell: the Paradise Papers.
Inside Trump’s immigration crackdown
On this episode of Reveal, we examine efforts throughout the U.S. to deport immigrants faster.
In 2015, Daniel Couzins died of a fentanyl overdose. He was 31.
Too many pills
We tell the story of of how a DEA insider tried to stop drug distribution companies from flooding America with truckloads of pain pills.
Al Letson Reveals: The fight to end affirmative action in higher education
Harvard has been accused of capping the number of Asian American students to make room for other ethnicities. Al talks to Edward Blum about the case.
Access denied: The fight for public education
The policies that shape public education can be subject to influences – ideological and financial.