How the world’s greatest public health organization was brought to its knees by a virus, the president and the capitulation of its own leaders, causing damage that could last much longer than the coronavirus.
By James Bandler, Patricia Callahan, Sebastian Rotella, Kirsten Berg, ProPublica
Days after a federal judge paused the public release of New York City police disciplinary records, a news website has published a database containing complaint information for thousands of officers.
By Associated Press
When it comes to COVID-19, there has been a great deal of discussion about whether or not people are asymptomatic and what that could really mean when it comes to contracting and spreading the virus. Hari Sreenivasan spoke with ProPublica…
By PBS NewsHour
The database of disclosures reported to the National Institutes of Health, which has not been made public before, details the financial relationships of researchers at universities, hospitals and nonprofit organizations, Propublica reported.
By David Armstrong, Annie Waldman, Propublica
By PBS NewsHour
Hundreds of Illinois schools in 2017 and 2018 were secluding children in isolation rooms at alarming rates and often for reasons that violated the law, an investigation by the Chicago Tribune and ProPublica found. At least 20,000 children were put…
By A.C. Thompson, Dara Lind, ProPublica
The investigation comes after a ProPublica report exposing the secret three-year-old Facebook group, which is called “I’m 10-15” and has some 9,500 members.
By Marshall Allen, ProPublica
With little public scrutiny, the health insurance industry has joined forces with data brokers to vacuum up personal details about hundreds of millions of Americans. Then they feed this information into complicated computer algorithms that spit out predictions about how…
By Kavitha Surana, Robert Faturechi, ProPublica
Almost universally, employees complained of being worked to the bone. A current employee in Texas said that as new children started being bused in daily, management cancelled vacations and placed staffers on 12-hour shifts. Bathroom breaks are a challenge. Employees…
By Caroline Chen, ProPublica
As pharma companies underwrite three-fourths of the FDA’s budget for scientific reviews, the agency is increasingly fast-tracking expensive drugs with significant side effects and unproven health benefits.
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