An exclusive investigation exposes how US gun laws have failed to prevent domestic abusers from killing their partners.
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Fault Lines investigates the racist past and ongoing impact of non-unanimous jury convictions in US state of Louisiana.
During a massive winter storm, why did the state’s power grid fail millions of Texans?
In Florida, survivors of domestic violence can lose custody of their children. Is the state blaming victims of abuse?
At a Georgia immigrant detention center, women accuse a gynaecologist of performing procedures they did not consent to.
Fault Lines follows homeless families in Los Angeles who take a bold risk by moving into vacant houses.
Fault Lines asks what the US Capitol riots and their aftermath signal for the Republican party’s future.
We examine how the pandemic’s effect on Black and Latino communities exposes deep racial inequities in a divided city.
We ask what a turbulent 2020 presidential election foreshadows for America’s political parties.
We report on how an elder care system already in crisis imploded under the weight of the coronavirus pandemic.
How a botched transfer between two California prisons led to one of the largest coronavirus clusters in the US.
Fault Lines investigates why COVID-19 ravaged US poultry plants and what companies could have done to manage the spread.
Reforms haven’t stopped police from killing Black people at alarmingly high rates. Now protesters want to defund police.
We examine the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on essential workers in the US and the risks to their health and safety.