A public defender’s lonely fight against family separation.
Shamar Betts has been detained since June for a provocative flyer he posted on Facebook amid protests over the killing of George Floyd.
Aggressive online lenders are preying on desperate borrowers and could trigger a new consumer financial crisis.
The Trump campaign’s 524-page response to a discovery demand turned up precisely zero instances of mail-in vote fraud.
How Trump’s Deportation Flights Are Putting Latin America and the Caribbean at Risk.
The coronavirus pandemic has spurred states to boost vote-by-mail, raising worries that inconsistent policies could lead to problems counting mailed ballots.
The workers also expressed concerns that delays in the provision of personal protective equipment like masks and gloves made an outbreak inevitable.
In a Long Island warehouse, immigrants work long hours doing mailings for a multibillion-dollar financial services company. Now they’re getting sick.
A Canadian Energy Company Bought an Oregon Sheriff’s Unit
An investigation found instances in which Amcare clinic staffers violated Amazon’s own rules as well as government regulations.
Seeking to Deport Haitians, the Trump Administration Is Counting Deaths in Displacement Camps as “Progress.”
On Wall Street, most men accused of sexual harassment continue to pursue their careers — even after paying large judgements.
How the plastics industry is fighting to keep polluting the world.
Ten years of data show stark gender bias in disciplinary actions in the bank’s adviser arm.
FINRA gathers extensive information on the brokers it oversees but has made a deliberate decision not to track data that might shed light on discrimination.
The legal team includes a Trump nominee and an attorney who has railed against unions, trans rights and Black Lives Matter.
IBM partnered with Philippine law enforcement despite evidence of police complicity in death squads.
Wall Street and investor advocates face off over stockbrokers’ obligations to their customers.
The EPA’s Bungled Response to an Air Pollution Crisis Exposes a Toxic Racial Divide
Companies with high-profile executives, big-name stars, or iffy corporate cultures are receiving scrutiny.
The history of an outpost on the Underground Railroad could be lost.
In South Texas, border residents struggle to cope with the latest military surge.
Employee advocates caution that the changes could be reversed.
The Federal Reserve proposed a major rollback of bank liquidity requirements imposed after the 2008 financial crisis.
The union is featured in a video that includes group linked to white nationalists.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner, sworn foe of pensions, made a fortune charging high fees to public pensions.
How a gang of hedge funders strip-mined Kentucky’s public pensions.
How Wall Street drove public pensions into crisis and pocketed billions in fees.
ISIS has not yet vanished. It is fighting a guerrilla war against the Iraqi State.
Although some of the biggest companies poured money into a campaign to stop an ordinance, the locals won.
IBM created new search features to search camera footage for images of people by hair color, facial hair, and skin tone.
Natural refrigerants don’t have a chemical industry group that stands to profit from their use.
SEC official says companies should be allowed to force shareholders into arbitration.
Documents show that 3M knew that toxic chemicals were accumulating in people’s blood.
Are children separated from their parents at risk of international adoptions?
In 30 years, only 17 women won sexual harassment claims before Wall Street’s oversight body.
Peter Wright has worked for companies responsible for Superfund sites of their own.
The military is cleaning up drinking water contaminated with firefighting foam — while using dangerous new formulas.
Under Trump’s SEC, Wall Street secrecy expands as enforcement shrinks.
Albert Kelly’s bank made generous loans to Pruitt. Then the EPA hired him.
Wall Street wants to kill the agency protecting Americans from financial scams.
Gary Cohn is giving Goldman Sachs everything it ever wanted from the Trump administration.
But did the agency consider chlorypyrifos’ damaging effects on children’s brains?
Exxon Mobil is pumping toxins into a black community in Texas — 17 years after a civil rights complaint.
Financial advisers want to rip off small investors. Trump wants to help them do it.
How sanctuary cities can protect undocumented immigrants from ICE data mining.
Dow Chemical wants farmers to keep using a pesticide linked to autism and ADHD.
How a facial recognition mismatch can ruin your life.
The Teflon toxin goes to China.
Confessions of a payday lender: “I felt like a modern-day gangster.”
A police officer learns the hard way how lethal Tasers can be.
The US is the only country that routinely sentences children to life in prison without parole.
How police use a dangerous anti-terrorism tactic to end pursuits.
Seeking medical care, female Rikers inmates say they faced sexual abuse.
How the company worked to ensure that its Teflon chemical — classified by the EPA as a likely carcinogen — remains unregulated at the national level.
New evidence reveals that for decades DuPont knew about the serious health effects of C8, the chemical most famously used in the production of Teflon.
DuPont and the chemisty of deception.
Medical lapses are endangering inmates at the Rose M. Singer Center.
How the FBI created a terrorist.
How a one-time terrorist group prevailed on Capitol Hill.
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