Tenants have sued a Lower Manhattan developer, saying their leases should have been rent-stabilized in exchange for the tax breaks their landlord received. State and local officials have now filed a brief supporting the tenants, whose case could affect thousands of rental units.
The move is the latest action to rein in the agency, whose loans have left families financially ruined.
The Virginia-based company was the focus of a 2014 ProPublica investigation of its lending and collection practices.
Executives from student loan agency are no-shows at oversight hearing.
After ProPublica identified dozens of cases of dehumanizing photos posted on social media sites, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced a plan to increase its oversight to prevent and punish such abuse.
A ProPublica and New York Times investigation has prompted a state Senate hearing on aggressive collection practices by the state loan program.
The court said judges can look at the scores – so long as their limitations are made clear.
Officers of ‘Voters for Hillary,’ which raised money but reported no political expenditures, had close ties to a Las Vegas firm that the PAC purportedly hired to run a call center.
“These individuals deserve an answer,” a top VA official said at a forum hosted by ProPublica and The Virginian-Pilot to address the possible multi-generational impacts of the herbicide.
After years of reports of abusive treatment, Florida is moving residents out of Carlton Palms.
An Education Department advisory committee took the unprecedented step of calling on the government to revoke powers of for-profit college accreditor.
A third study shows an association between physician drug choices and their interactions with the pharmaceutical industry.
U.S. Education Department staff are moving to terminate the oversight authority of embattled for-profit college accreditor, ACICS, citing “egregious” mistakes.
Warren released a detailed report today on embattled for-profit accreditor, ACICS, urging federal government to take “aggressive” action.
The country’s lawmakers have enacted legislation to halt complex stock-lending deals detailed in a ProPublica investigation last month.
A story by ProPublica and NPR and a Senate investigation prompt a Missouri nonprofit hospital to change its policies and forgive thousands of patients’ debts. But without similar scrutiny, it’s unclear if other hospitals that sue the poor will change.
Officials in Frankfurt, Germany’s financial capital, have launched an investigation into tax avoidance trades enabled by the country’s second-largest bank.
The German government may not be able to recover billions of dollars in lost dividend taxes from complex stock-lending deals that benefited U.S. and other foreign investors.
Authorities could no longer charge a pregnant woman with child endangerment for taking a drug prescribed by her doctor.
The government questions whether The Judge Rotenberg Center has been straight with families about the risks of its electrical shock devices and alternative treatments.