One Year After Uvalde, New Documentary Probes Guns, Grief & Texas Politics
Acclaimed journalist Maria Hinojosa examines aftermath of deadliest school shooting in Texas history.
Human Trafficking or a Guest Worker Program? H-2A’s Systemic Issues Result in Catastrophic Violations
In May 2018, Diego and Mario, two farmworkers who had entered the U.S. with H-2A visas, escaped their employer. Read why in the first of a two-part series by Futuro Investigates titled ‘Head Down.’
Futuro Investigates: How to Stay Safe From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Despite New York City having a law mandating carbon monoxide detectors for nearly two decades, CO-related violations still happen often. Read the first in a series of reports on carbon monoxide by Roxanne Scott for Futuro Investigates—also available in Spanish!
DEA-Trained Agents Work in Latin America, Conspire With Cartels
For decades, the DEA has supported special units abroad, whose agents are local police officers vetted and trained by the U.S. Now, former agents and members of those units —some of them currently facing criminal accusations— reveal that the drug cartels bribed them while they had access to sensitive information from the U.S. government.