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Our Exposé episode called As Likely As Not is one of our strongest, not least because of how it evolved as we were working on it. It began as a story about sick U.S. nuclear workers being denied benefits they deserved. In the course of shooting it became a... Read More
April 1, 2009
This video is no longer available online.Wednesday, April 1, 2009:Tens of thousands of nuclear workers are seriously ill or dying from their exposure to radioactive and hazardous materials -- and they are not being compensated for their illnesses despite promises from the federal government. Investigative reporter Laura Frank of Denver's...
March 27, 2009
This video is no longer available.Friday, March 27, 2009:This week on Exposé: Maricopa County, Arizona -- including Phoenix and beyond, it is one of the largest counties in America. It's known for its good living, warm desert climate, and media-savvy sheriff. For over 16 years, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been...
February 10, 2009
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
continues its investigation of the debate over the safety of Bisphenol A, a commonly used chemical which is known to cause health problems in lab animals.
January 9, 2009
The Seattle Times
is on the trail again, following the money to see if Congress has kept its promise to come clean on earmarks.
December 18, 2008
[This video is no longer available online]Friday, December 19, 2008: This week on Exposé: a new episode online and on Bill Moyers Journal (check local listings). A private company hired to build military family homes never finishes the job. An employee tries to do something about it but his bosses...
November 21, 2008
An investigative reporter with a Dallas television station figures out what's behind a series of deadly house explosions.
November 14, 2008
An investigation by The Denver Post
reveals that many Native Americans living on reservations are subject to a "systemic failure" of the very justice system that is supposed to protect them.
November 3, 2008
episodes now available in Spanish. (Click here
for English-language version of this program.)
August 7, 2008
reveals how businesses are profiting from the nation's working poor.
July 18, 2008
A small-town reporter unearths a long-buried secret within the local Boy Scouts, leading to a pedophile scandal that rocks a community. Nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy®.
June 26, 2008
The Charlotte Observer
investigates the human costs of feeding America's appetite for poultry.
April 10, 2008
When The Washington Post
took on the multibillion-dollar system of federal agricultural subsidies, a reporting team interviewed hundreds of sources, pored over thousands of documents and analyzed a database of 217 million payment records. The result? The paper identified over 15 billion taxpayer dollars spent on what it called "wasteful, unnecessary or redundant expenditures."
February 21, 2008
The Seattle Times
follows the money to find members of Congress providing federal dollars in the form of "earmarks" to their campaign contributors. And it's all business as usual.
November 2, 2007
In the wake of the Sago Mine disaster, The Charleston Gazette
goes deep inside the coal mining industry to reveal the lax safety measures and lack of oversight by a federal agency that can create deadly working conditions.
October 26, 2007
Going undercover, using hidden cameras, and obtaining government documents, local television news reporters reveal lax security, sleeping guards and failed security tests at some of the nation's busiest airports. [This video is no longer available online]...
October 17, 2007
The Copley News Service and The San Diego Union-Tribune
go inside the Beltway and expose the bribes-for-government-contracts scheme that made Congressman Randy "Duke" Cunningham a rich man, and ultimately landed him in jail.
October 5, 2007
This video is no longer available.A small-town reporter unearths a long-buried secret within the local Boy Scouts, leading to a pedophile scandal that rocks a community.Watch Part 1....
September 26, 2007
This video is no longer available.A small-town reporter unearths a long-buried secret within the local Boy Scouts, leading to a pedophile scandal that rocks a community.Watch Part 2....
September 14, 2007
Beginning with a deadly crash that killed ten people, this Dallas Morning News
investigation examines safety in the nation's trucking industry.
September 7, 2007
This video is no longer available.McClatchy News Service investigates lawyers who are required by law -- but often fail -- to defend their clients' lives in death penalty cases....
July 27, 2007
A Miami Herald
investigation exposes widespread mismanagement and misspending at the Miami-Dade Housing Agency.
July 20, 2007
details the Houston Chronicle
investigation that gave a city the answers to some troubling environmental questions.
July 13, 2007
pulls back the curtain on SAIC, the largest government contractor you've never heard of.
June 29, 2007
This video is no longer available online.Carl Prine expands his investigation to include the transport of deadly toxics via the U.S. railways. ...
June 22, 2007
Reporter Carl Prine of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
reveals security shortfalls in the nation's chemical plants.