From Gunshots To Alleged Rapes, A Toxic Legacy Of Police Relations On A Wisconsin Reservation
I went to Wisconsin’s Bad River Reservation to find out why 14-year-old Jason Pero was shot dead by a sheriff’s deputy. But tribal members didn’t only want to talk about the shooting: “You’ve heard about the women, right?”
So Many Father-Led Families Are Crossing The US Border That Immigration Agents Don’t Have Room To Hold Them
Activists say the jump in dads and kids is a result of a US crackdown on moms crossing the border with children. “We see as many fathers with children as pregnant women or moms with kids. It used to be so rare,” said one immigrant service provider.
On Patrol With The Rescue Rangers As They Work To Rescue Storm Victims
Scores of volunteers from Louisiana are working around the clock this week saving people, their pets, and whatever possessions they can — even as their own homes faced Harvey's wrath. "There’s not always gonna be somebody for you to rescue. But you never know unless you try."
Dying In The Desert Is Easy — These Activists Are Trying To Change That
Last month, border patrol agents arrested four undocumented immigrants seeking medical care at an aid camp outside Tucson. Humanitarian groups who offer help to people crossing through the desert fear it was the start of a new crackdown.
Dental Work Is So Expensive In The US That Thousands Of Americans Are Going To Mexico To Get It Done
Trump’s anti-Mexican rhetoric doesn’t worry the 600 dentists in Los Algodones or the US “dental refugees” they treat, many of whom voted for Trump. “We’re helping the United States take care of the people they are not able to.”