In Real Life: State of Exception
Nelufar Hedayat examines the impact of the controversial "State of Exception" in El Salvador and the U.S.LEARN MORE
Learn what life is like for the more than 100,000 Americans waiting on an organ as the U.S. organ donor system is in the midst of reform.
This new episode of the Scripps News Emmy-winning “In Real Life” series features patients, policymakers, and incredible access inside the operating room, charting the journey of people awaiting an organ donor match—sometimes for several years.
As the organ donor system undergoes historic reform, correspondent Amber Strong learns what life is like for the more than 100,000 Americans waiting on an organ and digs through the hurdles faced in a complex system that leaves many without the life-saving procedure they need.
“In Real Life” sheds light on the flaws in the waitlist system and sees how communities can be overlooked in the search for solutions.
Go inside the operations of a citizen patrol group at the border, which is often criticized by migrants rights groups.
Nelufar Hedayat examines the impact of the controversial "State of Exception" in El Salvador and the U.S.
From the Pacific Islands to the Arctic Circle, “In Real Life” goes to the frontlines of the debate over deep sea mining.
Officials said Saturday the train derailed just before 8 a.m. in Lower Saucon Township, which is about two hours from Philadelphia.
Three planes from U.S. Air Forces Central dropped 66 bundles containing about 38,000 meals into Gaza. It's expected to be the first of many drops.
Britt Reid's three-year prison sentence is converted to house arrest, over a 2021 incident where he drove drunk and seriously injured a 5-year-old.