Porous federal oversight has allowed labor brokers to financially exploit Indian tech workers with little fear of detection. And even those that are caught can continue to survive and thrive – including on taxpayers’ dime.
Labor brokers providing Indian high-tech workers to American companies are gaming a professional visa program, creating a shadow world that can turn a worker’s dream of self-betterment into a financial nightmare.
A San Francisco Bay Area civil grand jury is investigating the Richmond Housing Authority after a CIR series exposed systemic mismanagement and negligence by the agency.
New law requiring sexual harassment training for labor contractors, supervisors and all farm employees was spurred by Rape in the Fields investigation.
In the waning days of the 2012 Major League Baseball season, Niki Congero received an unusual text message about an upcoming game. It came from a man she had never met – a sports handicapper who for a couple of weeks had been texting unsolicited betting tips to her cellphone. “LOL,” wrote the man, who
The maintenance manager for California’s Richmond Housing Authority has given at least $78,000 in emergency work to Strongbuilt Construction. But her husband says he performed the repairs – and the troubled agency’s top brass knew about it.
James F. Tomsheck led U.S. Customs and Border Protection's internal affairs office for eight years. He was removed from his post this week.U.S. Customs and Border Protection The removal of a high-ranking U.S. Customs and Border Protection official this week was designed to soothe critics who say the agency has been too soft on Border