Investigation

Mamiran Nessa, a Bengali Muslim woman, spent 10 years in detention after the Indian government refused her proof of long-standing citizenship. She now lives on a river island rapidly eroding because of climate change.
FeatureInvestigationGoodman InstituteIsrael & Palestine
Hindu Nationalists Are Taking Notes—and Tech Support—From the Israeli Right
The state of Assam has become a laboratory of ethnonationalism, with warning signs of genocide ahead.
Ankur Singh
LaborFeatureInvestigation
Lawsuit: Alabama Is Denying Prisoners Parole to Lease Their Labor to Meatpackers, McDonalds
No parole if you’re still profitable.
Kim Kelly
An F-16 in a clear blue sky fires a missile downward.
InvestigationGoodman Institute
House Bill Would Hide Billions More Dollars in U.S. Weapons Sales
The proposed notification thresholds would have shielded $635 million in sales from congressional oversight in 2023 alone.
Rosie Khan, Janet Abou-Elias, Lillian Mauldin and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency
Photo of a person holding a staple gun, stapling Narcan nasal spray boxes to a tree.
Investigation
As Fentanyl Overdoses Soar, LA City Crews Toss State-Funded Narcan from Encampments
“After sweeps, late at night when there’s no providers here, when there’s no one to give the Narcan to people, people are running up and down the street screaming, begging for Narcan.”
Jack Ross
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
More Than a Year After Mississippi Forced Her To Give Birth, It Still Hasn’t Offered Any Extra Help
Since we first profiled her, Lationna has returned to work, her son Kingsley is crawling—and the family is still just treading water.
Bryce Covert
Patty Murray speaks at a podium, flanked by two officials.
Investigation
The White House is Working Overtime to Obscure Weapons Sales to Israel. The Senate Is Aiding and Abetting Them.
Picking up White House language, the Senate supplemental bill would conceal weapons sales from Congress and the American people.
Janet Abou-Elias, Lillian Mauldin and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency
In a wide-angle photograph, people walk through a sea of rubble.
Investigation
How Israel Got an Endless Supply of U.S.-Made Smart Bombs
Nearly three years ago, Congress gave Israel a pass to stockpile precision-guided bombs “without regard to annual limits.” An inside source confirms that even more have been transferred since October 7.
Ari Tolany, Lillian Mauldin, Janet Abou-Elias and Women for Weapons Trade Transparency
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
The New Cold War in the Arctic
Amid rising geopolitical tensions, the U.S. is expanding its military presence in Greenland, increasing the risk of something going very wrong.
Adam Federman
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
How Europe Outsourced Border Enforcement to Africa
The European Union is militarizing Africa's internal borders to curb migration, with little regard for human rights.
Andrei Popoviciu
FeatureInvestigationGoodman InstituteEn Español
Europa Está Externalizando su Represión Transfronteriza a África
La Unión Europea está militarizando las fronteras internas de África para frenar la migración.
Andrei Popoviciu
Young woman standing in the middle of a kitchen while holding her infant child with infant bottles and food appliances around.
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
What It's Like to Have an Abortion Denied by Dobbs
Dobbs will throw many lives into disarray. Lationna Halbert’s is one of the first.
Bryce Covert
Cover StoryInvestigationGoodman Institute
The Young Miners Dying of “An Old Man’s Disease”
Black lung is completely preventable. And it's on the rise again.
Kim Kelly
Rural AmericaInvestigationGoodman Institute
The Vail-ification of the West
In part two of our series, we visit the Colorado ski towns at the extreme edge of rural gentrification.
Joseph Bullington
Rural AmericaInvestigationGoodman InstituteEn Español
Los Trabajadores en Vail no Pueden Darse el Lujo de Vivir Ahí
En la segunda parte de nuestra serie, visitamos las ciudades de esquí de Colorado a borde de la gentrificación rural.
Joseph Bullington
Rural AmericaInvestigationGoodman InstituteEn Español
En Montana, Una Avalancha de Riqueza Está Desplazando a los Trabajadores
Los trabajadores que alimentan, visten y aseean para los ricos recién llegados a occidente de Montana no pueden darse el lujo de vivir cerca de sus trabajos.
Joseph Bullington
Rural AmericaInvestigationGoodman Institute
In Montana, an Avalanche of Wealth Is Displacing Workers
The people who feed, clothe and clean up after the West’s rich newcomers can’t afford to live alongside them.
Joseph Bullington
InvestigationGoodman Institute
German MPs Want Answers About Nord Stream
A bombshell report lands amid existing frustration and calls to release investigative findings.
Jeffrey Brodsky
LaborInvestigation
She Refused To Take a Drug Test Before Getting a Workplace Injury Treated—And Was Fired
A worker's arm was mangled in a machine. Before treatment, a manager requested a drug test.
Sarah Lazare
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
The City That Kicked Cops Out of Schools and Tried Restorative Practices Instead
Here’s what happens when a school rethinks punishment.
Andy Kopsa
Lockheed Martin Day
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
Inside Lockheed Martin’s Sweeping Recruitment on College Campuses
The engineering degree to defense industry pipeline.
Indigo Olivier
FeatureInvestigation
Raising a $1-a-Day Wage Seems Like a No-Brainer. Not to Congress.
Private prisons for immigrants rake in millions a year by paying pennies an hour.
Thomas Ferraro
Cover StoryInvestigationGoodman Institute
In Small-Town Georgia, A Broken Taillight Can Lead to Spiraling Debt
Reforms to curb predatory private probation haven’t worked.
Nick Barber
FeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
Mining Companies Strike Gold by Destroying Public Lands
Indigenous tribes sound the alarm about a mining boom
Stephanie Woodard
LaborFeatureInvestigationGoodman Institute
“Queremos Vivir”: The Workers Who Wouldn’t Die for the Pentagon
Maquiladora workers in the border city of Mexicali strike against working conditions.
Maurizio Guerrero
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