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In the Army, You’re More Likely to Be Detained for Drugs Than Sexual Assault

No Outsiders Need Apply: Why One City Settled for a Police Chief Accused of Harassment

Early Results on DNA Evidence From Decades-Old Rape Cases Are Both Promising and Alarming

Twice Accused of Sexual Assault, He Was Let Go by Army Commanders. He Attacked Again.

How We Tracked Pretrial Confinement Rates in the U.S. Army

Help ProPublica and The Texas Tribune Report on the Military Justice System

A Uranium Ghost Town in the Making

What Is Radon? The Radioactive Gas Is Found in Homes Across the Country

Help Us Report on Uranium Mining, Milling and Enrichment

The Fed Keeps Getting More Powerful. Is It Bad for America?

Joe Manchin’s Price for Supporting the Climate Change Bill: A Natural Gas Pipeline in His Home State

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The EPA Has Identified 23 U.S. Facilities Whose Toxic Air Pollution Puts People at Risk

How a Federal Agency Is Contributing to Salmon’s Decline in the Northwest

“God, No, Not Another Case.” COVID-Related Stillbirths Didn’t Have to Happen.

How Misinformation About COVID Vaccines and Pregnancy Took Root Early On and Why It Won’t Go Away

What Private Equity Firms Are and How They Operate

Public Defenders and Defense Attorneys: Help ProPublica Report on Criminal Justice

A Right-Wing Think Tank Claimed to Be a Church. Now, Members of Congress Want to Investigate.

News Organizations Sue Texas Department of Public Safety Over Withheld Uvalde Shooting Records

After Receiving Millions in Drug Company Payments, Pain Doctor Settles Federal Kickback Allegations

New York Polio Case Now Connected to Traces of Virus Found in UK and Israel

U.S. Lawmakers Demand Federal Scrutiny of Turkey’s Drones

Help Us Investigate Termination of Parental Rights in the Child Welfare System

At Liberty University, Veterans’ Complaints Keep Coming

Barbados Resists Climate Colonialism in an Effort to Survive the Costs of Global Warming

How Polio Crept Back Into the U.S.

The Leader of New York’s “City of the Dead” Cashes In. Again.

Richard Glossip Has Eaten Three Last Meals on Death Row. Years Later, the State Is Still Trying to Execute Him.

Michigan Proposes Juvenile Justice Reforms After Story of Teen Locked Up for Missing Homework Exposed Gaps in System

New Data Gives Insight Into Ticketing at Five Suburban Chicago School Districts

U.S. Senators Demand Federal Scrutiny of Private Equity’s Incursion Into Fishing

A Government Official Helped Them Register. Now They’ve Been Charged With Voter Fraud.

Texas Says It Cares About Mothers, but Its Medicaid Postpartum Coverage Lags Behind Most Other States

Help ProPublica Investigate “We Buy Houses” Practices

Two Cities Took Different Approaches to Pandemic Court Closures. They Got Different Results.

Patrick Radden Keefe Gets to the Bottom of It

The Judge Who Illegally Jailed Children Is Retiring. The Candidates to Replace Her Have Different Approaches.

Her Ex-Husband Is Suing a Clinic Over the Abortion She Had Four Years Ago

Pharma Companies Sue for the Right to Buy Blood From Mexicans Along Border

Critical Omissions Plague Texas Gun Background Check Law

Pegasus Spyware Maker NSO Is Conducting a Lobbying Campaign to Get Off U.S. Blacklist

“The Drone Problem”: How the U.S. Has Struggled to Curb Turkey, a Key Exporter of Armed Drones

Right-Wing Think Tank Family Research Council Is Now a Church in Eyes of the IRS

ProPublica Opens Up New Opportunities to Join Our Local Reporting Network

In Debate Over Chicago’s Speed Cameras, Concerns Over Safety, Racial Disparities Collide

The City Where Investigations of Police Take So Long, Officers Kill Again Before Reviews Are Done

Ken Griffin Spent $54 Million Fighting a Tax Increase for the Rich. Secret IRS Data Shows It Paid Off for Him.

DOJ Investigating Texas’ Operation Lone Star for Alleged Civil Rights Violations

How Foreign Private Equity Hooked New England’s Fishing Industry