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The Lighfoot administration intercepted at least $27 million in 2020 from residents’ state tax refunds to collect on debt, disproportionately hitting lower income neighborhoods and communities of color.
It may take decades to see the worst effects of global warming. Yet Jim Reilly, the director of the US Geological Survey, is committed to short-term thinking.
The federal agency that’s supposed to protect union rights is instead championing the interests of bosses.
The Trump campaign’s 524-page response to a discovery demand turned up precisely zero instances of mail-in vote fraud.
Civil War-era myths are kept alive at Confederate monuments with stories of “benevolent slave owners” and enslaved people “contented with their lot.”
How local sheriffs are driving Trump’s deportation agenda.
A political appointee at the Department of Interior has played a key, and sometimes controversial, role in opening a pristine wildlife refuge to drilling.
A new database of domestic terror incidents shows attacks by far-right extremists have become far more lethal since Donald Trump became president.
Legal experts say the IRS is illegally denying CARES Act payments to incarcerated people.
Luego del huracán María, el número de mujeres asesinadas por sus parejas se duplicó. Sobrevivientes dicen que la respuesta desacertada del gobierno ha puesto aún más vidas en peligro.
After Hurricane Maria, the number of women killed by their partners doubled. Survivors say the government’s misguided response has put more lives in danger.
With right-wing extremist attacks on the rise, Reveal teams up with Type Investigations to track domestic terror during the Trump presidency.
How Trump’s Deportation Flights Are Putting Latin America and the Caribbean at Risk.
Across the U.S., temporary facilities built in response to COVID-19 went up quickly and minority contractors were left out.
The coronavirus pandemic has spurred states to boost vote-by-mail, raising worries that inconsistent policies could lead to problems counting mailed ballots.
As eviction moratoriums expire, lotteries determine who gets rent relief.
Despite Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s agenda to curb unfair fees and fines, a little known program extracts millions in revenue annually from unpaid tickets, court fees and other debt from thousands of taxpayers without regard for their ability to pay.
The real reason some parishioners are being encouraged to hug in church.
“I can’t be out on the street right now,” a woman in Jackson, Mississippi, said.