A harrowing deep dive into the racial group most likely to be raped in the US - American Indian and Alaska Native women.
Newsy and KyCIR investigate how Louisville, Ky., went from a national leader for police reform, to the face of a national movement protesting police.
Newsy tracks the election process through the eyes of a Virginia County Registrar, who is working through unprecedented circumstances to ensure a fair and accurate election in her county.
The abortion pill has been one of the Food and Drug Administration’s most restricted drugs on the market despite a better safety record than penicillin and Viagra.
A Newsy/USA TODAY investigation finds dentists pressured to hit aggressive revenue goals, leading to claims of unneeded drilling.
A Newsy investigation discovered hundreds of Puerto Rico public schools stuck in a state of disrepair.
A Newsy investigation finds safety rules and standards lacking for electric scooters despite reports of injuries.
This Newsy special investigation dives deep into the system that keeps junk mail alive and the lack of recourse for the vulnerable populations it targets.
It’s known as one of the hardest exams in the world: the test to become a master sommelier. But a scandal has erupted over cheating.
As the rest of the nation debates whether to welcome immigrants or keep them out, this city is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to support an unprecedented wave of African migrants.
Across the country, local officials are failing to send emergency alerts during mega wildfires, depriving people time to escape with their lives.
An award-winning investigation finds police across the nation claim to solve rapes while leaving suspects on the streets.
Nurses are increasingly becoming victims of violence at work. They’re among health care workers who are at a growing risk of getting shot, stabbed, punched and assaulted by unruly patients.
Moving the Needle is an in-depth documentary that explores nationwide efforts to save lives and combat America's heroin crisis.
The opioid epidemic has spread across the United States and shows no indication of slowing down. Newsy looks at who is trying to solve it and how.