Medicaid-funded caregivers in North Carolina must receive 80 hours of training and can’t have criminal convictions for drug trafficking.
In Texas, the foster care system is failing the vulnerable children it’s meant to protect, leaving many without a safe place to live.
Just as Texas stopped sending foster children to centers operated by one man, the U.S. government tossed him a new source of money: immigrant kids.
“It shows you how disgraceful the place was, letting a man sleep with the girls,” says the woman, talking publicly for the first time.
One Missouri town’s levee saga captures what’s wrong with America’s approach to controlling rivers.
Phoenix city councilwoman announced lease termination after government inspectors were unable to enter the building.
A Florida shipyard worker died earlier this year on the job. While OSHA investigated, the Navy and Coast Guard gave the company lucrative contracts.
Nearly 1,600 children have been reunited with their parents, the government reports. The parents of another 559 aren’t eligible for reunification.
“All these people who were able to get together just a year ago are totally unable to do that now because of all the disputes.”
More than a week after a judge ordered that immigrant children staying at the facility should be moved, more than two dozen children are still there.
Efforts to increase diversity in technology have largely been focused on race or gender, but not both, overlooking obstacles unique to women of color.
The company admitted no wrongdoing, but agreed to a five-year independent review of its Medicare billing.