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An internal report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency has concluded the agency was unable to provide adequate support to hurricane victims in Puerto... [Read More]
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Problems included a lack of key supplies on Puerto Rico before the storm, unqualified staff and challenges with delivering emergency supplies, according to the internal... [Read More]
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Internal documents shed light on the federal government's slow response to Hurricane Maria: FEMA failed to get enough supplies to Puerto Rico before the storm... [Read More]
The federal government's flawed response to Hurricane Maria has rekindled the long-running debate around statehood for the U.S. territory. [Read More]
For years, the nation's largest banks made millions off Puerto Rican debt as the island approached financial ruin. Then, with its infrastructure crumbling, a Category... [Read More]
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NPR and the PBS's FRONTLINE have investigated the devastating toll of Hurricane Maria on Puerto Rico and how the federal response, Wall Street and a... [Read More]
Millions of Americans struggle to make rent and most don't get any government help. In Dallas, city hall and a prominent landlord are some of... [Read More]
Only 25 percent of people who need government help to pay for housing get it. In collaboration with The FRONTLINE Dispatch, NPR looked at what... [Read More]
An investigation by NPR and ProPublica finds a string of poorly managed projects, questionable spending and dubious claims of success, according to a review of... [Read More]
Government auditors can't determine if the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program costs too much because the program lacks adequate IRS oversight, according to testimony before... [Read More]
On the south side of Dallas, Nena Eldridge lives in a sparse, but spotless bungalow on a dusty lot. At $550 each month, her rent... [Read More]
Farryn Giles and her 6-year-old son Isaiah have been living in a crumbling apartment building with her ex-husband, who's letting her stay for a couple... [Read More]
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Laura Sullivan, a professor of mechanical engineering at Kettering University, about the difficulties in replacing thousands of lead pipes that... [Read More]
The AG office report comes after a joint NPR and Frontline investigation that uncovered how private insurance companies in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy were... [Read More]
Senate report released this week calls into question how the charity spent money meant for Haiti after the 2010 earthquake Report says there are 'substantial... [Read More]
"One of the reasons they don't want to answer the questions is it's very embarrassing," says Sen. Charles Grassley, who just finished a yearlong investigation... [Read More]
A congressional inquiry finds that the American Red Cross stonewalled lawmakers as they sought to understand the charity's finances, and that it sent significantly less... [Read More]
The American Red Cross spent a quarter of the money people donated after the 2010 Haiti earthquake — or almost $125 million — on its... [Read More]
A congressional inquiry finds that the American Red Cross stonewalled lawmakers as they sought to understand the charity's finances, and that it sent significantly less... [Read More]
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