Senators were already questioning why the Defense Department was restricting a government watchdog. Now there are criminal investigations and questions about retaliation against a whistleblower.
Podcast: Boston Globe reporters Jenn Abelson and Liz Kowalczyk talk to ProPublica’s Marshall Allen about their investigation into the hospital practice of booking two surgeries at the same time.
Veteran European law enforcement officials, one of them Muslim, reflect on the roots of the Paris attacks, the tense aftermath and the debate about the effectiveness of counterterror forces.
Why poor areas vote for politicians who want to slash the safety net.
A task force studying ways to fix the state’s broken health care system takes aim at a law that criminalizes prenatal drug use.
As presidential candidates focus more on drug prices, new data from the website Iodine shows that generics scored highest among users in three popular drug categories. ProPublica has teamed up with Iodine to add user reviews to our Prescriber Checkup tool.
Officials are again pointing to the need for mass surveillance to take down terrorists. Here’s what we know about how well it works.
As a pre-dawn raid today outside Paris targets suspected mastermind of last week’s attack, his roots point to the shadow Belgium casts over the terror threat in Europe.
The federal privacy law known as HIPAA doesn’t cover home paternity tests, fitness trackers or health apps. When a Florida woman complained after seeing the paternity test results of thousands of people online, federal regulators told her they didn’t have jurisdiction.
Our reading guide on ISIS and the recent attacks in Paris and Beirut.
ProPublica has gathered more than 3,400 stories about Agent Orange from Vietnam vets and their loved ones. Now, we're inviting veterans to record those stories with StoryCorps.
Podcast: ProPublica reporter Michael Grabell talks to Dave DeSario, executive producer of a new documentary about safety hazards in the rapidly growing world of temp work.
Our reporting with Frontline on an unsolved campaign of violence within the Vietnamese-American community has provoked passionate debate.
In response to a ProPublica and NPR investigation, the National Conference of Insurance Legislators said it will look into an effort by some of the biggest names in corporate America to opt out of workers’ comp.
The way lenders and collectors pursue consumer debt has undergone an aggressive transformation in America. Collectors today don’t give up easy, often pursuing debts for years. It’s now routine for companies to sue debtors, then seize their wages or the cash in their bank accounts. For many people, these changes have profoundly affected their lives.
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Total outstanding college debt is estimated at $1 trillion dollars – and with costs still soaring, the burden on students and their families shows no signs of abating. We’re examining how the complicated system of college debt is putting the squeeze on families.
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How one of the country’s most venerated charities has failed disaster victims, broken promises and made dubious claims of success.
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