Violence caught on video recently has been a painful reminder of the strained relations between the public and police. This friction is not new. What is new is the technology: cameras and smartphones that record and transmit the violence live or within minutes.
On this episode of Reveal, our joint investigation with The Texas Tribune profiles federal border officials who were arrested for or convicted of acts of corruption that allegedly compromised their mission to stop crime and keep their country secure.
Just about everyone involved in the student loan industry these days – banks, private investors and even the federal government – makes money off the borrowers. On this episode of Reveal, we explore how this happened and who’s profiting from student debt.
On this episode of Reveal, we take an unprecedented look inside the multibillion-dollar private prison industry.
This week’s attack on a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, was the largest mass shooting in American history. On this hour of Reveal, we go to Orlando to hear from the LGBT community targeted by this violence.
On this hour of Reveal, we take a closer look at PCBs, compounds that were used widely in school building materials such as window caulk. They were banned in 1979 but still pose a serious health risk to kids today.
From Africa and the Middle East to places in Oregon and Texas, we explore what happens in the absence of government and find out who or what comes in to fill the void.
In this episode of Reveal, we take a deep look at the leaking and publication of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 and two guys who have a knack for being in the room when history gets made: our own Robert J. Rosenthal and former nuclear war strategist Daniel Ellsberg.
In this hour of Reveal, we’re looking into Title IX, the historic law meant to end gender discrimination in schools. We mostly see this play out in school sports, but behind all the fanfare, there’s a story of failure.
On this episode of Reveal, we explore how an attempt to boost diversity in Texas colleges could, paradoxically, end affirmative action.