Survey results obtained by ProPublica also show a crisis of trust in the charity's senior leadership.
After Superstorm Sandy, Americans opened their wallets to the Red Cross. They trusted the charity and believed it was up to the job. They were wrong.
The charity has released some new details on how it spent over $300 million raised after the storm.
Aides to the governor have used private accounts, which can help hide communications on public business, despite state rules barring the practice.
Howard Glaser was brought on to help then-Attorney General Andrew Cuomo on his mortgage industry investigation. Glaser was working for the industry at the same time.
The charity is fighting our public records request for information on how it raised and spent money after the superstorm.
The measure was inserted into a defense appropriations bill and approved on a voice vote.
The office of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sought details on how the charity spent donations after the super-storm, but the information was never released.
Amendment would remove requirement that the National Institute of Standards and Technology consult with the NSA on encryption standards
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo entered office promising unprecedented transparency, but his aides' use of email offers quite a different picture
Donors gave $312 million after the storm, but it’s not clear how exactly the money was spent.
The department revealed the names following scrutiny last year on Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
A new ruling supporting the NSA's metadata surveillance program points to the 9/11 report as evidence for the necessity of such a program. Except the 9/11 report doesn’t contain the evidence the judge says it does.
A panel of experts appointed by President Obama says the U.S. government should get out of the business of weakening technology used to secure communications.
Snowden documents show intelligence agencies conducting surveillance and grabbing data in virtual worlds.
Earlier this year Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin drew scrutiny for working at the State Department and a consulting firm at the same time. The agency is mum on who else had such an arrangement.
The agency, President Obama, and members of Congress have all said NSA spying programs have thwarted more than 50 terrorist plots. But there’s no evidence the claim is true.
In the months since revelations about NSA surveillance began, intelligence officials and members of Congress have claimed that the agency's efforts have thwarted 54 terrorist attacks. But a review of official statements shows the NSA has been inconsistent about how many plots have actually been thwarted and what the role the spying programs played. Despite a lack of evidence, Congress and the media have rushed to repeat the most extreme version of the NSA’s claims.