The last elderly and disabled residents of the worst public housing complex in Richmond, California, have moved out, nearly two years after the city’s
Before undercover auditors carrying hidden weapons slipped undetected past security screeners at U.S. airports, the official ultimately responsible for the lapses received cash bonuses and awards that reached nearly $100,000, according to a whistleblower complaint.
The Bureau of Prisons has 11 facilities – operated by private corporations – that are used exclusively for noncitizens. But these contract prisons are bound by a less stringent set of rules, and an independent review suggests that inadequate medical care likely contributed to some inmate deaths.
Donald Trump has made it clear: He’s very rich. He doesn’t need – or want – his supporters’ money. But that hasn’t stopped thousands of people from all 50 states from donating to the Republican’s presidential campaign.
An Alabama-based temp agency that former workers accuse of rampant hiring discrimination announced it will conduct an internal investigation and set up an anonymous tip line, even as federal officials seek out whistleblowers in response to a Reveal investigation.
Temp agencies across America have been using coded words and phrases to discriminate against job applicants based on race and gender. Take a look at some of terms we uncovered during our investigation – can you guess what type of person they were referring to?
A Chicago labor organizer is pushing what would be the nation’s first law addressing temp-work discrimination. But to get the bill passed, he says he needs some temp workers to make a big sacrifice.
When temp agencies fill orders for a worker of a certain race or gender, that’s illegal. So some use code words to hide the discrimination.