Tattoos paid for by the government? Check out this must-read investigation about firearm-sting tactics.
ProPublica's Q&A with Tracy Weitz, a prominent abortion researcher, about what it takes to research abortion in the U.S.
A new Rutgers study finds that the New Jersey Shore is rising fast -- already faster than at any time in the last 4,300 years -- and it could rise up to 11 to 25 inches more than the global average by 2100.
A ProPublica investigation has sparked a discussion about new federal restrictions on prescribing painkillers to Medicare recipients.
Police in San Diego have failed to document racial data during traffic stops, the Voice of San Diego found in a recent investigation.
Desire for cheap electricity spurs mining for dirty coal in Europe.
The state's distressed communities law has lost its effectiveness.
Study: If climate change goes unchecked, the planet will most likely heat up by 4 degrees Celsius by 2100 -- the most severe temperature rise of those projected.
Here's a roundup of important investigative reporting in 2013: Americans easily give away adopted children via the internet...Doctor's questionable prescribing patterns...delays for screening tests nationwide put infants at risk for disability and death.