A pause in foreclosures after an NPR investigation may be of no help to many vets. They were already pushed into costly loan modifications after a move by the VA stranded them in a tough spot.
Peter Antonacci, the head of Florida's elections fraud office, had just left a heated meeting when he collapsed in the hallway of the governor's office, according to a newly released investigation.
In an extreme example of resistance to progressive prosecutors, a St. Louis police officer is refusing to testify in murder cases he investigated, even though he believes the defendants are guilty.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is intervening on behalf of 6,000 homeowners with VA loans who are in the foreclosure process. Many more are delinquent. The move follows an investigation by NPR.
He was tasked with ending abuse at a federal penitentiary in Illinois but says his own staff and Bureau of Prisons officials blocked his efforts.
The move follows an NPR investigation that finds thousands of veterans are facing foreclosure through no fault of their own and that the VA can stop them from losing their homes.
Rice's whales are one of the world's newly discovered whale species – and already one of the most endangered. Protections for the whales in the Gulf of Mexico are not coming fast.
A federal warden claims he tried to stop the abuse at his prison complex in Illinois, but faced threats from his staff and obstacles from his bosses.
An NPR investigation finds that many people with VA loans who got a COVID forbearance are at risk of losing their homes. The VA has a fix, but it could be too late unless it halts foreclosures.
Under pressure, the government released a report examining the death of an immigrant in ICE custody. The report found multiple failures, but did not indicate they caused the migrant's death.
Police searched the Return to Nature funeral home after receiving reports of an "abhorrent smell." The owners are now facing charges of theft, forgery, money laundering and the abuse of a corpse.
For decades, miners have called for limits on highly toxic silica dust, which they're exposed to while mining. An investigation shows its impact and the weakness of proposed rules to protect them.
Gas stoves emit potentially harmful pollutants, but utilities and their trade group avoided regulation with tactics perfected by the tobacco industry to cast doubt on science showing health problems.
As Florida's established newspapers wither, a leading regional publisher says old rules no longer apply. Politicians and corporate interests say they have to pay him to ensure positive coverage.
The horseshoe crab bleeding industry is in transition. One biomedical company agreed to more oversight, and a regulatory group is paving the way for drug companies to use animal-free alternatives.