Federal agencies have been padding their environmental stats with a strategy that’s too cheap, too carbon-heavy and too easy to make a difference.
There’s a way to “fight” climate change that’s cheap, popular and completely ineffective.
Top federal contractors like Dell, Lockheed Martin refused to make diversity data public. Some have paid to settle employment discrimination claims.
Federal contractors who employ 1 in 5 Americans are required to give women and people of color opportunities to advance. Many do not, new data shows.
The data is the largest trove of corporate diversity information ever made public, thanks to a yearslong legal battle by Reveal.
The new law is the latest example of government officials taking action after years of mounting injuries from Amazon’s relentless drive for speed.
Who is shipping out all those holiday season packages? As Amazon has made huge profits, their worker injury rates are higher than other companies.
Instead of releasing diversity reports for thousands of government contractors, the U.S. Department of Labor invited them to fight their public release – and specifically named Reveal’s reporter as the instigator.
The Center for Investigative Reporting and CNN found rampant fraud in California’s taxpayer-funded rehab system.
Regulators and lawmakers are changing the way they operate so they confront the injury crisis brought about by Amazon’s relentless pace.