Senate Bill 1293 would authorize spending $2 million on three one-year pilot projects of predictive policing software in urban and rural areas to generate predictions for various types of crime.
Former and current air marshals are coming forward to describe a “wheels-up, rings-off” culture rife with adultery, prostitution and other misconduct.
In a hearing this week about the H-1B visa program, Sen. Chuck Grassley cited The Center for Investigative Reporting’s Techsploitation series, which found widespread abuse of foreign high-tech workers in the U.S.
A government probe into allegations of nepotism and fraud at the Richmond Housing Authority has expanded, with local police now joined by a team of FBI agents, federal housing investigators and county prosecutors.
Residents of the Richmond, California, public housing complex, many of whom are elderly and disabled, will be given Section 8 vouchers next week, along with assistance to help them find housing on the private market.
The federal government approved the estimated $1 million needed to relocate the residents of the Hacienda building – Richmond, California’s worst public housing complex – nearly a year after city officials deemed it uninhabitable.
In the decade wrapping up in 2014, only 439 out of more than 23,000 whistleblower complaints were found to have merit.
How safe is your child’s day care? State inspection reports are public records, but it’s accessing them that’s a problem for many parents.
Business is booming for the surrogacy industry in Mexico. Reveal reporter Sandra Bartlett discovers what can go wrong when one of the biggest players in the baby game closes up shop and goes bankrupt.
More than 35,000 California state employees have gone over the official cap of 80 vacation days. The state owes those employees $447 million more than