A Comcast Time Warner Cable behemoth could have spelled trouble for consumers and online innovators.
The New Jersey governor counts past pension borrowing as “school aid” in his budget – but not when it undercuts his claim of spending more on pensions than prior governors.
A little-remembered incident helped establish the notion that news organizations could and should preserve their independence from advertisers.
Tony Menendez questioned Halliburton’s accounting practices. He blew the whistle. And after a nine-year fight, he won. Chat with him on Friday at 12 p.m. EST.
In 2005, Tony Menendez blew the whistle on Halliburton’s accounting practices. The fight cost him nine years of his life.
After Edward Snowden, the government said its controversial surveillance programs had stopped a terrorist – David Coleman Headley. In “American Terrorist,” ProPublica and PBS “Frontline” show why the claim is largely untrue.
From phone hacking to bribery, the corruption at News International has involved many players -- increasingly, ones close to Rupert Murdoch. We’ve mapped out the players involved in this growing debacle, organized by their proximity to Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch and other senior staff.
The acclaimed investigative reporter says journalists need to question Americans’ assumptions about how much privacy they should give up.
Super PACS that get nearly all of their money from one donor quadrupled their share of overall fund-raising in 2014.
When California’s Department of Social Services investigates reports of serious harm in its homes for troubled children, the results are often deemed “inconclusive.”
Driven by big business and insurers, states nationwide are dismantling workers’ compensation, slashing benefits to injured workers and making it more difficult for them to get care. Meanwhile employers are paying the lowest rates for workers’ comp insurance since the 1970s.
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A confidential report and a fired examiner’s hidden recorder penetrate the cloistered world of Wall Street’s top regulator — and its history of deference to some of the country’s biggest banks.
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