A woman in Veracruz, Mexico receives a map from a pair of anonymous strangers that leads her on a search to solve a mystery that’s haunted her for years. And a psychiatrist brings together three men who believe they are all Jesus Christ, hoping to cure them of their delusions.
One text message turns the state of Hawaii into a state of emergency. From panic and fear to acceptance and joy, the people on the island confront death and nuclear disaster.
A severed head turns up in a small rural town. While police investigate this as a crime, they look at disturbed graves, search for missing people — suspect a killer. But the forensic artist on the case has a very different theory for how the head ended up in the woods.
A tiny, pirate radio station broadcasts to the thousands of families trapped in ISIS-controlled Mosul. A man’s fingers fly across the keys with ease when he sits down at a piano for the first time. And a young kid learns a lesson in friendship.
Two women bravely come forward to report sexual misconduct by CHP officers. The officers were fired, but no criminal investigation followed. How do departments treat victims who come forward and deal with officers who cross the line? Snap presents On Our Watch from NPR & KQED.
Cheyenne Brady knew next to nothing about the US census when she was given the job of counting everyone on her reservation. Writer Julian Brave Noisecat follows her through the ups and downs of the 2020 census, culminating in the first-ever Census Powwow.
A robber entered a bank in Irving, Texas, and walked out with a big bag of cash. And then it happened again. And again. But when FBI agents finally got a lead, they discovered that the robber wasn’t who they expected at all…
An Israeli soldier’s decision to speak out against his own violent actions comes back to haunt him. And a little girl in Brooklyn devotes herself to becoming a nun… or does she?
It's been almost a year since friends and family have been able to visit their loved ones in prison due to the pandemic... and letters to the inside are a lifeline.
Andy Marra’s job has just offered her the chance of a lifetime: she’s going to Korea. But she’s got a secret plan for the trip that has nothing to do with work.