Atomic veterans feel abused, neglected and forgotten by the government and a country that exposed them to unforeseen risks. In the decades since the nuclear tests, many have suffered ailments such as cancer and blame the radiation.
In this episode of Reveal, we take a deep look at the leaking and publication of the Pentagon Papers in 1971 and two guys who have a knack for being in the room when history gets made: our own Robert J. Rosenthal and former nuclear war strategist Daniel Ellsberg.
Charity watchdog groups say the organization tricks the public into making clothing donations that do little to fund charitable programs.
In this week’s episode, Reveal goes to Malawi to find out why the U.S. government continued to give grant money to a charitable organization that it knew was linked to an international fugitive.
The list of billionaires who have sued the press includes the Koch brothers and several casino magnates.
Believe it or not, listening to the Nixon tapes is fun. But if you don’t have that kind of time on your hands, how about a quick jaunt through some of the best parts?
A North Dakota oil field services company agreed to settle a discrimination case brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of a worker who says he already had suffered constant verbal abuse – including racial epithets – before he allegedly was peed on by a manager.
Between 1946 and 1962, the U.S. detonated more than 200 nuclear bombs above ground and underwater. The testing program was organized in operations that included anywhere from one to 35 shots. Different branches of the military served in each operation.
By joining a False Claims Act lawsuit, the Justice Department brings additional legal firepower and evidence from an independent probe that validates aspects of the whistleblower’s case.
A deep dive from ProPublica reporters who wanted to vet whether an algorithm could really determine the likelihood that someone would commit a crime in the future has produced some worrisome findings.
Under pressure to fix long screening lines that have plagued airports nationwide for months, the TSA has removed a senior official who oversaw roughly 440 security checkpoints as part of a broader shake-up.
A small commune of idealistic young antinuclear activists in Denmark was the genesis of the secretive, controversial global organization known as the Teachers Group.
The U.S. government has been warned repeatedly about the charity Planet Aid and its ties to Mogens Amdi Petersen, an international fugitive and alleged cult leader. Again and again, those warnings have been overlooked.