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New: Audio obtained by The Trace and ProPublica reveals, in real time, the gun lobbying group enacting a plan that would...
01/11/2024

New: Audio obtained by The Trace and ProPublica reveals, in real time, the gun lobbying group enacting a plan that would conceal payments for fancy hotels, limousines and other luxury expenses connected to its longtime CEO for a decade.

New: A record number of women were elected to statehouses last year. But in the Southeast, where some legislatures are m...
01/11/2024

New: A record number of women were elected to statehouses last year. But in the Southeast, where some legislatures are more than 80% male, representation is lagging as lawmakers pass bills that most impact women, like near-total abortion bans.

Most rights are based in statute, but dozens — such as rights to same-sex marriage, search warrants and Miranda warnings...
01/11/2024

Most rights are based in statute, but dozens — such as rights to same-sex marriage, search warrants and Miranda warnings — are based on judicial rulings that the Supreme Court can overturn and that current justices have questioned some aspect of.

See the photography, illustration, graphics and filmmaking that brought ProPublica’s journalism to life and helped hold ...
01/11/2024

See the photography, illustration, graphics and filmmaking that brought ProPublica’s journalism to life and helped hold power to account in 2023.

The state can provide the wrongfully convicted compensation of $50,000 for each year of incarceration, but the law’s nar...
01/10/2024

The state can provide the wrongfully convicted compensation of $50,000 for each year of incarceration, but the law’s narrow criteria and confusion over eligibility leave former prisoners facing another system that seems stacked against them.

Two veterans sought psychiatric care at a VA clinic in Chico, California. They were bounced between virtual providers an...
01/10/2024

Two veterans sought psychiatric care at a VA clinic in Chico, California. They were bounced between virtual providers and struggled to get support in the threadbare system. A staffer worried, “We are going to kill someone.” Then tragedy struck.

New: Australia has emerged as a global leader in the effort to lower the number of babies that die before taking their f...
01/10/2024

New: Australia has emerged as a global leader in the effort to lower the number of babies that die before taking their first breaths. It’s an approach that could benefit America, which lags behind other wealthy nations in reducing stillbirths.

Thousands have lost huge sums after being lured into fraudulent online investment schemes by seemingly attractive strang...
01/10/2024

Thousands have lost huge sums after being lured into fraudulent online investment schemes by seemingly attractive strangers who strike up online conversations with them. Here’s a guide to spotting the telltale signs.

Amid a massive recall in 2021, the medical device maker Philips raced to overcome troubling questions about its replacem...
01/10/2024

Amid a massive recall in 2021, the medical device maker Philips raced to overcome troubling questions about its replacement machines as customers waited for help.

A young mother rents a house near Milwaukee. The previous tenant tells her, “Baby, they shouldn’t have let you move in.”
01/09/2024

A young mother rents a house near Milwaukee. The previous tenant tells her, “Baby, they shouldn’t have let you move in.”

Federal relief had improved access to child care. But when funding expired, the state rejected proposals to replace it. ...
01/09/2024

Federal relief had improved access to child care. But when funding expired, the state rejected proposals to replace it. Some advocates say the historical influence of the LDS church has added to the resistance.

New: Gov. Brad Little cited reporting by the Idaho Statesman and ProPublica as he laid out his plan for a massive infras...
01/09/2024

New: Gov. Brad Little cited reporting by the Idaho Statesman and ProPublica as he laid out his plan for a massive infrastructure investment in the state’s public schools during Monday’s State of the State address.

New: After ProPublica reported on a health insurer that refused to cover the only medicine that could save a cancer pati...
01/09/2024

New: After ProPublica reported on a health insurer that refused to cover the only medicine that could save a cancer patient’s life, Michigan insurance regulators clarified that, by law, many plans must pay for any clinically proven treatments.

New: A ProPublica analysis of 313 studies conducted by the agency’s inspector general in recent years shows repeated fai...
01/09/2024

New: A ProPublica analysis of 313 studies conducted by the agency’s inspector general in recent years shows repeated failures in behavioral care. The breakdowns have had fatal consequences.

A wildfire accidentally started by the federal government drove them from their homes and destroyed the things they love...
01/09/2024

A wildfire accidentally started by the federal government drove them from their homes and destroyed the things they loved most about their land. The government will pay them only for things with a price tag.

The large utility must turn over details of its sales of customer debt, which previously were kept in the dark, but has ...
01/09/2024

The large utility must turn over details of its sales of customer debt, which previously were kept in the dark, but has fought off a ban on the practice.

Interviews and newly unearthed documents reveal that Thomas, facing financial strain, privately pushed for a higher sala...
01/08/2024

Interviews and newly unearthed documents reveal that Thomas, facing financial strain, privately pushed for a higher salary and to allow Supreme Court justices to take speaking fees.

Tens of millions of people — and millions of acres of farmland — rely on the Colorado River’s water. But as its supply s...
01/08/2024

Tens of millions of people — and millions of acres of farmland — rely on the Colorado River’s water. But as its supply shrinks, these farmers get more water from the river than entire states.

New: Absenteeism has nearly doubled since the pandemic. With state and federal governments largely abdicating any role i...
01/08/2024

New: Absenteeism has nearly doubled since the pandemic. With state and federal governments largely abdicating any role in getting kids back into classrooms, some schools have turned to private companies for a reimagined version of the truant officer.

Following decades of Indigenous activism and the 2023 publication of ProPublica’s “Repatriation Project,” federal offici...
01/08/2024

Following decades of Indigenous activism and the 2023 publication of ProPublica’s “Repatriation Project,” federal officials have seen more activity leading to the return of ancestral remains to tribal nations than any other year since 1990.

Alabama is among the most restrictive states for disclosing body-camera footage when police kill loved ones. Surviving f...
01/07/2024

Alabama is among the most restrictive states for disclosing body-camera footage when police kill loved ones. Surviving family members often must go to court to get access to the video, and even if successful, they usually can’t share it publicly.

Bucolic Pleasantville, N.Y., is seeing a showdown between leaders of a century-old children’s residence unequipped to tr...
01/07/2024

Bucolic Pleasantville, N.Y., is seeing a showdown between leaders of a century-old children’s residence unequipped to treat acute mental health challenges and locals tired of troubled young people disturbing the peace. What happens to the kids?

Our national, regional and Local Reporting Network teams’ coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court, sexual assault, house flip...
01/07/2024

Our national, regional and Local Reporting Network teams’ coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court, sexual assault, house flippers and the health insurance system were among the stories that ProPublica readers spent the most time with in 2023.

New: Two veterans sought psychiatric care at a VA clinic in Chico, California. They were bounced between virtual provide...
01/06/2024

New: Two veterans sought psychiatric care at a VA clinic in Chico, California. They were bounced between virtual providers and struggled to get support in the threadbare system. A staffer worried, “We are going to kill someone.” Then tragedy struck.

HomeVestors of America, the self-proclaimed “largest homebuyer in the U.S.,” trains its nearly 1,150 franchisees to zero...
01/06/2024

HomeVestors of America, the self-proclaimed “largest homebuyer in the U.S.,” trains its nearly 1,150 franchisees to zero in on homeowners’ desperation.

You likely have the right to access records that explain why your insurer denied your claim or prior authorization reque...
01/06/2024

You likely have the right to access records that explain why your insurer denied your claim or prior authorization request. Use ProPublica’s free tool to generate a letter requesting your claim file from your health insurance company.

Leonard Leo, a key architect of the Supreme Court’s conservative supermajority, is now the chairman of Teneo Network, a ...
01/05/2024

Leonard Leo, a key architect of the Supreme Court’s conservative supermajority, is now the chairman of Teneo Network, a group that aims to influence all aspects of American politics and culture.

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