President Donald Trump has used the threat of foreign-born terrorists to justify his travel ban – but since 9/11, nearly every terrorist attack in the U.S. has come from within. On this episode of Reveal, we investigate which domestic terror episodes get tracked and why.
Katharine Mieszkowski is a senior reporter for Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting. She's also been a senior writer for Salon and Fast Company. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Mother Jones, Slate and on NPR's "All Things Considered."
Uber is defending its CEO’s collaboration with the president, while Lyft is making a play to be the ride-hailing app of the resistance.
State Sen. Jerry Hill wants California to smack its biggest water users with hefty fines and bad publicity.
Follow chickens through their life cycle and see where the dangers of salmonella contamination come into play.
By denying the severity of the drought, Nevada ranchers fought to reopen public lands that had been closed to grazing. But some of these same ranchers have collected drought subsidies from the government.
If you want to eat chicken in the U.S., salmonella is a risk you have to live with. It’s one that’s getting more prominent, too. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria can make it harder to combat. And it can be fatal.
Move over, Wet Prince of Bel Air. California has a new top residential water guzzler. Someone in Rancho Santa Fe, California, used 13.8 million gallons of water during the year ending Sept. 30, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune, enough for 110 typical homes.
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