By PBS NewsHour
As Congress debates a massive bill to overhaul the nation's physical infrastructure, one Michigan city is an example of how badly help is needed, and how communities of color are often the last to receive it. John Yang traveled to…
By John Yang, Leah Nagy
Suspicious incidents are usually chalked up to mechanical or procedural errors, but experts say they occur more often than the public is told and many go unreported to protect reputations, customer trust — and revenues.
By Frank Bajak, Alan Suderman, Tamara Lush, Associated Press
Many U.S. meatpacking plants shut down this spring due to coronavirus outbreaks. Nationwide, more than 27,000 workers have become infected, and nearly 100 have died. But in late April, President Trump ordered the facilities to stay open, deeming them critical…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
Critical U.S. Infrastructure Vulnerable to Cyber Attack, Congress Fails to Act…
An 18-minute diversion of Internet traffic through China in April has raised security concerns around the world -- especially for governments and people in critical infrastructure. Two experts answered your questions on the Internet security breach.
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