Investigating America’s racial divide in education, housing and beyond.
Opaque redistricting groups are being quietly bankrolled by corporations, unions and others to influence redistricting. They aim to help political allies — and in the process they're hurting voters.
White criminals seeking presidential pardons are nearly four times as likely to succeed as people of color, a ProPublica examination has found.
Foul air from Chinese-made drywall is causing a nightmare for thousands of homeowners, who have complained about severe respiratory ailments and corroded electronics. Several companies that handled the drywall knew there was a problem for two years but didn't warn consumers or regulators.
As investors left the housing market in the run-up to the meltdown, Wall Street sliced up and repackaged troubled assets based on those shaky mortgages, often buying those new packages themselves. That created fake demand, hid the banks’ real exposure, increased their bonuses — and ultimately made the mortgage crisis worse.
The Impact of Trump’s Executive Order
Examining Chemical Field Tests
Investigating Algorithmic Injustice
The NYPD’s Aggressive Enforcement of a Little-known Law
Preparing Houston for the Next Big Storm
The Cost of Not Believing Rape Victims
Tracking Military Waste
Grappling With Terrorism
Investigating Drug Use in Track and Field
The Water Crisis in the West
A Home for Troubled Children Comes Undone
Questions About Public Transparency and Private Profits
Patient Privacy and Medical Care
America’s Vanishing Worker Protections