Thieves use rocks, bricks and even trucks to smash storefronts and gain access to hoards of weapons, a Tampa Bay Times and Reveal investigation finds.
82,000 stolen guns are missing in Florida
A thriving supply chain provides criminals in Florida tens of thousands of guns, an investigation by the Tampa Bay Times and Reveal has found.
Before you dive into Oklahoma’s prison data, read Reveal’s tips
What you need to know when working with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections prison database.
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A reporter becomes a smuggler
French radio reporter Raphael Krafft had never intervened in the lives of the people he covered until 2015, when he was reporting on the refugee crisis in France.
How Texas’ crusade against sex trafficking has left victims behind
For all the energy Texas leaders pour into anti-sex-trafficking rhetoric, most of their focus has been on arresting and convicting pimps, not rehabilitating their prey.
It’s funny because it’s true: Fact-based comedy can affect audiences
Can stand-up comedy be a platform for investigative journalism? That’s what CIR and WFMU, an independent radio station in New Jersey, set out to explore with a series of stand-up shows based on reporting about environmental contamination.
CIR’s Impact Tracker: How to use it and why you need it
An innovative tool to track your impact.
Americans are throwing away billions of dollars worth of food
The demand for “perfect” fruit and vegetables means much is discarded, damaging the climate and leaving people hungry.
How environmental injustice connects to police violence
Two University of California, Davis professors examine the connections between toxic environmental conditions and recent police killings of African Americans.