Across the U.S., temporary facilities built in response to COVID-19 went up quickly and minority contractors were left out.
As eviction moratoriums expire, lotteries determine who gets rent relief.
Black-owned funeral homes were already in decline. Can they survive Covid-19?
An investigation into the dangerously irresponsible business of “ethical factory” audits.
Doctors and nurses in one of the nation’s poorest, blackest big cities are fighting a raging coronavirus outbreak and a flawed health care system. Here’s what life is like for them right now.
In a Long Island warehouse, immigrants work long hours doing mailings for a multibillion-dollar financial services company. Now they’re getting sick.
“I can’t be out on the street right now,” a woman in Jackson, Mississippi, said.
Stock buybacks enriched companies and their leaders — at everyone else’s expense.
National developers are behind a proliferation of luxury student housing on campuses, driving low-income students far away.
The legal team includes a Trump nominee and an attorney who has railed against unions, trans rights and Black Lives Matter.
Crime victims and witnesses are trapped living near assailants.
Financial advisers want to rip off small investors. Trump wants to help them do it.
Fifty years after Martin Luther King Jr. fought against predatory sales, Wall Street-backed firms are duping would-be homebuyers again.
Confessions of a payday lender: “I felt like a modern-day gangster.”
Over the years, the company’s more profitable advertisers have been payday lenders.
A subprime boom, insane interest rates, predatory lending, a private-equity frenzy. Sound familiar?
The community’s stalled recovery is a man-made disaster.
Debt relief firms that once preyed on underwater mortgage holders have a new set of victims — those sinking under student loans.
Two years in a town where the Great Recession never ended.
Twenty-one states, including Kansas, have refused to expand Medicaid, leaving millions of sick Americans without healthcare.