Records and interviews show that NHTSA has failed over the past four years to complete safety standards that could increase the chance of people surviving, or avoiding, a crash.
A FairWarning review of OSHA inspections shows that the regulators are mostly responding to deaths or hospitalizations, rather than flagging unsafe conditions.
Details on recipients of the Paycheck Protection Program in a searchable format compiled by The Workshop’s Accountability Project.
After months of legal tussling, the Small Business Administration released detailed data on all recipients of its Paycheck Protection Program.
Newsrooms across the country have been facing financial decline for many years, and the coronavirus has added an additional stress. But it is different for many Black publications – largely because consumers say they are intricately linked with their communities.
Across the country, developers regularly use flood map changes to build in areas vulnerable to flooding, despite warnings from flood experts and community groups.
A FairWarning investigation found that the claims of success for spinal decompression stretch the truth, enticing patients to pay thousands of dollars for a treatment that has never been proven to live up to its billing.
The upcoming presidential election has many recipients of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program on edge. The 2012 program implemented by President Barack Obama protects many of the 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.
Over the past decade, thousands of children have been treated at emergency rooms after swallowing high-powered magnets. At least two children in the U.S. have died.
Although 35 states, three U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia have legalized cannabis for recreational or medical use, there still are no uniform standards for regulating potentially harmful contaminants in cannabis products.