Ajude-nos a assegurar que as agências de governo cuidando do processo de detenção de menores sejam responsáveis pelas suas ações.
Precisamos de sua ajuda para saber os fatos sobre as crianças imigrantes detidas pelo governo americano.
Do you know something about a civil rights investigation at a school? Have you experienced or witnessed civil rights violations? We want to hear from you.
Do You Work in the Health Insurance Field? ProPublica Is Investigating the Industry and We’d Like Your Help
We need your perspective on the health insurance hustle.
We want to know more about these service members. We want to know what the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines are doing about them.
If you’re a patient, doctor, administrator, vendor or visitor, we’d like to hear from you about your experience at the largest medical complex in the world.
ProPublica is teaming up with The Santa Fe New Mexican to investigate health and safety problems at national labs. We want to hear your story.
We hope to learn more about what effect nondisclosure agreements have on people’s lives and careers.
ProPublica is teaming up with Orlando public radio station WMFE to examine the toll PTSD has taken on first responders and their relatives. Tell us your story.
Federal immigration agencies say they avoid arresting and questioning people at “sensitive locations.” Help us learn where they are conducting operations.
Las agencias federales de inmigración dicen que están tratando de evitar los arrestos e interrogatorios en las que consideran “localizaciones sensibles”. Ayúdanos a monitorear dónde están operando.
There are a lot of problems in the way workplaces are run that enable sexual harassers. The Harvard Business Review wants to hear about your concerns.
There may be information about your case you’re unaware of.
If you’ve really thought about filing for bankruptcy, ProPublica wants to hear from you — even if you ultimately decided against it.
We know American employers don’t always treat older workers fairly. We need your help figuring out what that looks like.
One month ago, the White House said they would make about 180 of its staffers’ financial disclosures public. We’re asking for your help to find the missing forms.