Top commanders in the U.S. Army have announced publicly that they have a problem: They have too many “toxic leaders” — the kind of bosses […]
Part two of our “Secret Persuasion” story reported with the Center for Responsive Politics. Read the first part here. As tax-exempt organizations become a vehicle […]
Part one of the two-part “Secret Persuasion” investigation, reported with the Center for Responsive Politics. Bruce Pregler walks down the slope from his cabin, eases […]
In the segregated South in 1965, John Queen was about as insignificant as a man could be. He was black, elderly and paralyzed. His legs […]
When San Francisco prosecutors dismissed charges against Kristian Aspelin in early December, it became just the latest case to raise questions about how shaken baby […]
A new military study suggests that some soldiers suffer mild traumatic brain injuries even before they go to war. These concussions, as they’re also called, […]
Part one of a four-part series. The story of how Chris Truitt went from being a tissue industry insider to an industry skeptic starts with […]
Part one of a four-part series, "Poisoned Places: Toxic Air, Neglected Communities"
The system Congress set up 21 years ago to clean up toxic air pollution still leaves many communities exposed to risky concentrations of benzene, formaldehyde, mercury and many other hazardous chemicals.
Part 3 of a three-part investigation
Dwayne Stenstrom is a professor of American history. His office is lined with towers of obscure books and poetry on the walls. There's even a copy of the Declaration of Independence in a binder.
Part two of a three-part investigation On a small crest deep in South Dakota’s Black Hills, a dozen children jumped on sleds and floated across […]