The number of people apprehended or denied entry into the U.S. at the Southern border was down 16 percent in January from 2017.
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel E. Bowser’s aides complained that Hughes, director of the Office of Open Government, was “cracking down” on agencies that defied transparency rules, according to emails provided to The Washington Post.
“Nightmare Bacteria: Life Without Antibiotics” is a new interactive multimedia project of the Investigative Reporting Workshop. The goal of the project is to engage and inform a wider audience about the overuse of antibiotics and its consequences.
Transcripts from broadcast reports compiled by the Internet Archive show that cable news outlets reported on arming teachers after nearly every major school shooting since data has been available.
Since its creation in 2011, the Office of Open Government has been tasked with keeping more than 90 District agencies in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act. But the board that oversees the office will not reappoint its inaugural director, Traci L. Hughes, making transparency advocates worried about the office’s future.
An interactive timeline examines President Trump’s use of executive orders to restrict access to the U.S.
Nearly a year since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, the number of lawsuits filed under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) has hit an all time high — up 26 percent from fiscal year 2016.
As part of our joint investigation into the affordable housing crisis, FRONTLINE and NPR took a closer look at the nation’s largest housing construction program for low-income renters — the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Millions of families are what housing experts call “rent burdened,” meaning they pay more than 30 percent of their …
Federally insured institutions as a whole continue to rebound since the Great Recession. Total assets, capital, deposits, profits and reserves have all collectively improved, according to an analysis of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) data by the Investigative Reporting Workshop, which looked at fourth-quarter FDIC data from December 2007 to December 2015 to get a …
As part of our joint investigation into the business of disaster recovery, FRONTLINE and NPR tried to determine how much profit the private insurance companies running the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) were making. FEMA pays fees to approximately 80 companies to sell and service flood policies, but claims are paid …