With his celebrity lifestyle and made-for-reality-TV personality, some people didn’t take Donald Trump’s presidential bid seriously – but his polling numbers aren’t a joke. This hour of Reveal will delve into the hearts and minds of the ardent supporters who have put him in the lead.
On this hour of Reveal, we hear the whole story of how people in Flint, Michigan, went from trusting their tap water to fearing it.
In this episode of Reveal, we take a look at two cats whose fates diverged – one, an invasive predator, is encouraged to thrive and hunt; the other, a native wildcat, is being hunted and trapped.
This hour of Reveal will explore discrimination in the temporary-work industry and look at how it’s affecting people around the country.
In this episode of Reveal, we examine the complicated networks of labor, trade and regulation that bring meat, produce and other products to our tables.
This month on Reveal, we team up with New Hampshire Public Radio reporter Jack Rodolico to unveil 40 years of alleged abuse and neglect of people with disabilities at specialty rehab centers across the U.S., an industry that thrives on public dollars with little oversight.
From the parched California coast to soaring water bills in New York, this episode of Reveal takes an in-depth look at water issues around the country.
In this episode of Reveal, we crisscross the nation tracing Jane and John Doe cases, showing why so many bodies remain unidentified despite new and powerful forensic tools.
In August, we’re picking up the threads from three major investigations to see what’s happened since they aired. These are stories that moved people, made them angry and sparked change.
Seventy years ago this week, the U.S. Army detonated the first atomic bomb in New Mexico. To mark this anniversary, we look at where America’s nuclear program is today and whether the U.S. is living up to its promises not to increase its nuclear capabilities.