propublica.org Regulatory Failure 101: What the Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank Reveals It’s an all-too-familiar cycle: First comes the boom, then the breathtakingly speedy bust, and then the bailout.
ProPublica's Robert Faturechi joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss IRS files on CEO trading habits, potential insider trading concerns, and the SCC and DOJ response to the findings.
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WASHINGTON — Federal departments and agencies say U.S. House Republicans’ plans to cut federal spending would result in reductions to key programs like food aid, education assistance and wildfire management. The series of letters from across the federal government released Monday detail exactly ...
ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Florida governor Ron DeSantis has frequently ...
ProPublica obtained records showing that two states — North Carolina and Arizona — have spent more than $1 million in attorney fees on legal fights similar to the one in Houston County. Both have claimed in court filings that the decisions they made not to cover the care for employees are purely financial and not discriminatory.
CHICAGO — Crain’s Chicago Business and ProPublica have identified at least nine objects once owned by James and Marilynn Alsdorf that have been sent back to their countries of origin since the late 1980s. Nepali activists — and government officials, in one case — are pressing for the return of more Alsdorf objects donated to the Art ...
After a ProPublica investigation last year, a group of senators demanded answers from a real estate tech company that helps landlords set rents across the country. Now, RealPage has responded to questions from Democratic Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Tina Smith and Ed Markey.
Consumer Watchdog, a California-based advocacy group, is asking the state’s insurance commissioner Jones to open an investigation into the potential redlining uncovered by a ProPublica report that finds that four auto insurance companies in California mark up prices by as much as 32 percent for drivers in minority neighborhoods compared to white neighborhoods with similar risk.
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