Full story - May 22, 2019
An old woman stands in front of a table in a home.
Throughout California, many of the workers in elderly care facilities face inhumane conditions, wage theft, and abuse form their employers. Despite efforts from the state, many of these crimes go unpunished and workers are left with few options.
Full story - May 22, 2019
A woman sits at her desk with papers in front of her.
Inspection records available online show no indication that licensing officials considered debtors’ outstanding wage theft judgments when they visited the facilities in recent months, Reveal found.
Full story - March 19, 2019
an illustration of the silhouettes of children on a detention center building
A Reveal investigation finds the resettlement agency relies on clandestine shelters to hold unaccompanied minors.
Full story - October 29, 2018
brazilian supporters of president-elect jair bolsonaro
Jair Bolsonaro's rise from fringe candidate to Brazil’s next president has, of course, been likened to Trump’s rise from reality TV star to the White House. But Bolsonaro makes Trump look like Mr. Rogers.  
Full story - July 26, 2018
the grand canyon in the US
Now that the order has been rescinded, national parks could become more welcoming to drones, jet skis and private companies that want to build luxurious accommodations.
Full story - July 17, 2018
sinks where migrant children allegedly bathed in Phoenix
A defense contractor that held immigrant children overnight in a Phoenix office building operates a second office nearby where a neighbor has seen immigrant children bathing themselves in bathroom sinks.
Full story - June 20, 2018
The Shiloh Residential Treatment Center in Manvel, Texas, has a history of problems, including deaths of children in its custody and allegations children were systematically drugged with psychotropic medications.
Children held at Shiloh Treatment Center, a government contractor south of Houston that houses immigrant minors, described being held down and injected, according to federal court filings.
Full story - June 20, 2018
The Shiloh Residential Treatment Center in Manvel, Texas
Since 2003, the US Health and Human Services Department has awarded nearly $5 billion in grants through the Office of Refugee Resettlement, mostly to religious and nonprofit organizations in 18 states, to house children who arrive in the country unaccompanied. The program grew quickly in 2014, when around 70,000 children crossed the southern border alone.
Full story - May 21, 2018
This rendering depicts an aerial view of a flooded National Mall area in Washington, DC, in 2100 if global emissions rise and a Category 3 hurricane hits the city. It was included in an October 2016 webinar by University of Colorado Boulder’s Maria Caffre
Early drafts of the report showed park service officials had deleted every mention of humans causing climate change. The scientific report is designed to help 118 coastal parks plan for protecting natural resources and historic treasures from the changing climate.
Full story - April 25, 2018
Immigrants sit in a cell for incoming ICE detainees at the Adelanto immigration detention center in Adelanto, California, April 13, 2017.
An internal federal immigration handbook’s regulations outlining how minors “aging out” of custody are supposed to be treated contrasts starkly with realities on the ground, according to immigration advocates and a federal judge’s ruling.