Full story - November 08, 2015
How does your state rank for integrity?
Only three states scored higher than a D-plus in this latest investigation by the Center on Public Integrity.
Full story - September 25, 2015
Online retailer to teenage super PAC founder: Not so fast
Full story - August 24, 2015
Sandia National Laboratories.
The Sandia Corporation has agreed to reimburse the Energy Department after allegedly spending federal funds on lobbying instead of national security.
Full story - August 03, 2015
Lieutenant Farhan al-Jassem.
A Syrian who embraced the US cause and his military commander has been captured by al-Qaeda sympathizers.
Full story - July 22, 2015
A 'Ban the Bomb' sign earlier this month outside nuclear talks in Vienna.
A Los Alamos National Laboratory supplied critical scientific data about a gas used in America's nuclear weapons but may stay shut until year's end. Multi-billion-dollar Los Alamos contractor has told investigators it needs more money to meet basic safety expectations.
Full story - July 16, 2015
Moving to end two systems of punishment for pupils
"The question is: Are we letting principals and parents deal with one set of kids and we call the police on another set of kids?" the president asked. "That's not the right thing to do,”
Full story - May 01, 2015
Police whiter than those they serve
The frightening scenes of urban unrest in Baltimore, and in Ferguson Missouri before that, reflect a long-smoldering distrust of police in African-American communities nationwide. A lot of departments, Baltimore’s among them, have made substantive strides in recent years increasing diversity. But Census Bureau statistics also indicate that police in many of America’s largest cities still don’t reflect the makeup of the communities they serve.
Full story - April 14, 2015
You may think that the food additives in your food have been rigorously reviewed by the government before they're ever allowed into your food. But you'd be wrong.
Full story - April 10, 2015
Kayleb Moon-Robinson — who is diagnosed as autistic — had barely started sixth grade last fall in Lynchburg, Virginia, when a school resource officer filed charges against him. Kayleb was charged with disorderly conduct for kicking over a trash can and th
Some schools are wasting no time at reporting pupils, even very young pupils, to police and filing criminal complaints for classroom infractions. Those pupils reported are overwhelmingly of color, an investigation has found.