As the heavy rains have let up in Houston, officials are assessing when they can reopen the city's port and airports. Both airports opened with limited service Wednesday. The port will take longer.
We've heard from 3,100 women who survived life-threatening complications of pregnancy or childbirth. They told us what they wished they had known and what they would say to new and expectant mothers.
Mandatory life without parole for juveniles in murder cases has been banned for five years. But an Associated Press investigation revealed that the ban has been enforced unevenly across the country.
A Justice Department review says the federal prison violates its own rules that men with serious mental illnesses should be removed from its Special Management Unit.
At a notorious federal prison, inmates with mental illness are taken off their medications and given coloring books and crossword puzzles for therapy, according to a lawsuit filed this month.
You could say it's been a pretty turbulent week on the race beat.
In response to an NPR investigation that shows 10 times the number of cases as currently reported, members of Congress are asking three federal agencies to work together to obtain an accurate count.
The review was ordered after NPR found that 22,000 soldiers diagnosed with mental health problems or brain injuries were dismissed for misconduct. The Army concluded it fairly dismissed them.
They are asking the Department of Justice for action after NPR and The Marshall Project "uncovered harrowing allegations of abuse and torture" inside the prison.
The Department of Labor is calling for an "exploration" of federal oversight of state workers' compensation laws because of "inadequacies of the system," leaving workers with "limited benefits."