The proliferation of election crime legislation is the most threatening front in voter suppression efforts in generations.
Contractor clears out Phoenix office where it held immigrant children
A government contractor cleared out a Phoenix office where it has detained immigrant children, some overnight, after a Reveal investigation.
Exclusive: Immigrant kids held in second Phoenix office seen bathing in sinks
Reveal found a second Phoenix office building where MVM Inc. detained immigrant children. An insurance executive says they washed in bathroom sinks.
In 3-way deal, ICE is paying Arizona town to hold detainees in Texas
Taxpayers are paying $438,000 each year for an Arizona city to be the middleman between ICE and a Texas private prison for detainees.
Up against the wall
This episode of Reveal explores the political, logistical and geographic barriers that could get in the way of President Donald Trump’s plan for a bor
The deadliest route to the American dream
As the Trump administration moves forward with the president’s promised U.S.-Mexico border wall, questions persist about the effectiveness of immigration enforcement that has forced migrants into increasingly deadly terrain.
The Wall: Explore the US-Mexico border fence
Bids are out for President Donald Trump’s border wall and a draft plan envisions fencing and walls along at least 1,200 additional miles of the Mexican border by 2020. Here’s the status of the current border fence based on data we’ve been collecting and analyzing for years.
America’s ring of fire
Wildfires are getting bigger, more expensive to fight and closer than ever to where people live. The consequences can be deadly. The next episode of Reveal examines how wildfires got so dangerous – and how some areas are fighting back.
Here’s how Arizona residents are reacting to foreign water mining
First, they depleted their freshwater aquifers. Now, companies from the Middle East are pumping up limited water supplies in the Arizona desert and exporting it back to Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the form of hay.
Arizona joins Texas in using police for contentious border strike force
Arizona officials want Congress to shell out taxpayer money to bankroll a so-called border strike force just weeks after quietly abandoning plans to use private money for the construction of a U.S.-Mexico border fence.