Nearly half of all Americans live in states where abortion may soon be banned
Why is a mother serving more time than the man who abused her daughter?
While the language of these laws refers to parents, prosecutors overwhelmingly target mothers, not fathers. Since 2009, at least 90 percent of the people incarcerated for the offense in Oklahoma were women.
An obscure law is sending Oklahoma mothers to prison in droves. We reviewed 1.5 million cases to learn more.
We uncovered the impact of GOP voting restrictions in one key state. It's staggering.
During municipal elections in November, Georgia voters were 45 times more likely to have their mail ballot applications rejected—and ultimately not vote as a result—than in 2020. If that same rejection rate were extrapolated to the 2020 race, more than 38,000 votes would not have been cast in a presidential contest decided by just over 11,000 votes.
How Purdue Pharma paid out to politicians and pill-pushers
Yet the details of this largesse have long been murky. Congressional and media investigations have named only a handful of recipients, and a more comprehensive view of Purdue’s payouts didn’t exist—until now.
Buried among thousands