Dr. Anthony Fauci said it was during his childhood in Brooklyn that he first encountered the spirit of community care that would guide his more than five decades of government service. His father, a pharmacist, was seen as the area’s family doctor. “Right from the time that I was born,” Fauci said in a recent …
Reporters were in the field with new partners to bring you stories from water problems in Louisiana to nursing-home shortages in Maine.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, mandated by federal law to publicize and investigate the death of every detainee in its care, has been using a loophole to avoid full accountability. A recent investigation discovered that ICE underreported fatalities by releasing sick inmates to hospitals, where some died shortly afterward.
Familias, activistas y la ACLU cuestionan la responsabilidad del ICE en las muertes de detenido.
Immigration advocates say transfers between detention centers increase risk of COVID-19 spreading.
A tsunami of deferred debt is about to hit homeowners no longer protected by a foreclosure moratorium.
The long-term care industry has long used its political influence to push against reforms that would have increased staffing requirements, training, transparency and oversight. Now the industry is pushing for legislation to shield nursing home owners from lawsuits during the pandemic.
Over the course of 2020, the Investigative Reporting Workshop produced 20 investigations into subject areas we’ve focused on since we began publishing 11 years ago: Banking, immigration, health and the environment.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop, in partnership with E&E News and NBC News, set out in 2020 to examine the health of people living in the shadows of U.S. oil refineries.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop, in partnership with E&E News and NBC News, examines the health of people living in the shadows of U.S. oil refineries.