Reveal exposes what it’s like to be gay today in Russia, where hateful rhetoric against the LGBT community appears on a daily basis on TV and in speeches by politicians.
Reveal sent a team to Venezuela to document the nation’s hunger crisis. This is the team’s report, which aired in Spanish on Univision’s “Aqui y Ahora.”
Demolition and asbestos removal isn’t glorious work. It’s also ripe for racial discrimination. Certain government contractors don’t want to hire black workers, and they don’t treat their predominantly Latino workforce well either, according to interviews and two government lawsuits.
For decades, California’s Emerald Triangle has provided cover for the nation’s largest marijuana-growing industry. But its forests also hide secrets,
A growing number of female night-shift janitors in California are publicly telling their stories of on-the-job rape, sexual assault and harassment to support a state bill aimed at preventing workplace sexual violence.
Rodney Roberts agreed to plead guilty to a crime he didn’t commit, convinced that his only other option was life in prison. His 18-year journey to exoneration highlights what can go wrong in plea agreements.
A new study found that being incarcerated before trial significantly increases the likelihood of being convicted.
Defendants who can’t make bail are more likely to be convicted and less likely to receive favorable plea deals.
Rodney Roberts copped a bad plea deal. Follow his story step by step on Instagram.
Another California case settled for nearly $1.3 million last February. And last fall, five women working at a Florida packing plant received a $17.4 million jury award after reporting sexual harassment and rape — among the largest amount won by the federal government in a sexual harassment case to date.