• Dark Side of the Strawberry

    California’s strawberry growers rely on heavy amounts of dangerous pesticides to deliver fruit year-round at an affordable price. But the health and environmental problems that come with those chemicals have threatened the foundation of a $2.6 billion industry.

  • Generation Z: Child Soldiers of the Zetas

    This documentary investigates a terrifying aspect of the drug wars along the U.S.-Mexico border: the recruitment of child soldiers by the notoriously violent Zetas gang.

  • Profiting on pain

    A California company accused of counterfeiting screws for spinal surgery went broke in 2013. But by then, it had sold millions of dollars in medical hardware to a nationwide network of surgeons.

  • To Kill a Sparrow

    In Afghanistan, thousands of young women have been imprisoned for so-called moral crimes – including running away from unlawful forced marriages or marrying against a father's wishes. This is one woman's story.

  • Conservation doesn't hit home

    Many of the local officials urging the public to save water during California’s crippling drought actually are profligate water users themselves.

  • Modern-day indentured servants

    Labor brokers providing Indian high-tech workers to American companies are gaming a professional visa program, creating a shadow world that can turn a worker’s dream of self-betterment into a financial nightmare.

  • Labor violators survive, thrive

    The federal government has awarded contracts and other benefits worth millions of dollars to tech labor brokers cited for violating laws related to the temporary visa program.

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