The “disappointed” Judiciary Committee chairman wants a detailed breakdown of spending on projects, overhead and other issues.
After our investigation of the Red Cross' work in Haiti, readers have repeatedly asked us for tips on giving. Here are a few modest answers.
Haitian reporters demand answers from the Red Cross but don’t get many.
Alors que le groupe s’est réjoui publiquement des résultats obtenus, des témoignages internes décrivent une succession d’échecs
Prompted by an investigation by ProPublica and NPR, Sen. Charles Grassley asks the charity to explain how it has used donations from the public.
Red Cross responders say there was a ban on working with the widely praised Occupy Sandy relief group because it was seen as politically unpalatable.
Survey results obtained by ProPublica also show a crisis of trust in the charity's senior leadership.
ProPublica reporters Justin Elliott and Jesse Eisinger took questions about their investigation into the Red Cross and its Sandy relief efforts on Reddit, Facebook and in the story’s comments.
The charity has released some new details on how it spent over $300 million raised after the storm.
The charity is fighting our public records request for information on how it raised and spent money after the superstorm.
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.
Donors gave $312 million after the storm, but it’s not clear how exactly the money was spent.
The nation’s largest supplier of blood has been hit with yet another big fine for longstanding problems with its blood services.