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Heather Vogell of ProPublica finds short term-oriented corporate investors are increasingly becoming apartment landlords.
An investigative report shows how jail officials are finding ways to avoid paying for the medical care of inmates.
The Lynchburg, Virginia, school has netted millions. Its online degree program is the reason.
The internet, for all it’s wonders, is also a place where not-so-great things happen — like harassment of various kinds. And, of course, there’s an industry for that. ProPublica reporter Julia Angwin got firsthand experience after contributing to an article on how extremist websites make money. She, and several colleagues, were the targets of an […]
Looking at the racial bias of algorithms.
Medicare is wasting hundreds of millions of dollars a year by failing to rein in doctors who routinely give patients pricey name-brand drugs when cheaper generic alternatives are available.