Billions of dollars were supposed to help small businesses through the Paycheck Protection Program. But the money was marred by racial inequity.
Medical schools often provide insufficient training around death and dying. With the COVID-19 pandemic creating great need, this guide is meant to be a resource for physicians.
They describe closing cases after only one unsuccessful door knock and using proxy sources such as leases to tally household occupants.
Workers say poor training, shifting deadlines and clunky technology produced chaos. Now, a lawsuit and government reports are echoing their claims.
From problems with vote-by-mail systems to voter suppression, we examine the potential for chaos in the 2020 elections.
If you’re a census worker interested in sharing your experience, we want to hear from you.
Census field workers say faulty technology is hampering the decennial count.
Protesters around the country are pushing to loosen stay-at-home orders. Meanwhile, some Amazon workers say not enough is being done to protect them.
The federal government has spent a decade chasing a meandering paper trail, with researchers combing through yellowed government files, testing the faded memories of neighbors and perusing the local library as they try to sort out who owns the land.
President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to immediately begin plans to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. He’s talked about the wall from day one of his campaign, though the details have varied. We round up some of his statements.