The president’s lawyer was negotiating a possible deal to co-produce a podcast with the publication — and The Hill’s John Solomon helped with the talks even as his articles disseminated a disinformation campaign.
Officials at USAID warned that favoring Christian groups in Iraq could be unconstitutional and inflame religious tensions. When one colleague lost her job, they said she had been “Penced.”
Dignity Health said its employee, an ER nurse, failed to meet the deadline to add her premature newborn to its health plan, so she was responsible for the medical bills. It rejected her appeals for a year until ProPublica called.
Lev Parnas, recently indicted for foreign influence in U.S. elections, collaborated closely with The Hill’s John Solomon to fuel spurious allegations involving the Bidens and Ukraine.
The president’s businesses made themselves appear more profitable to lenders and less profitable to tax officials. One expert calls the differing numbers “versions of fraud.”
After ProPublica revealed last year that Facebook advertisers could target housing ads to whites only, the company announced it had built a system to spot and reject discriminatory ads. We retested and found major omissions.
Of course they did. Now the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says that is illegal.
A profile of Brad Parscale, Trump's Campaign Manager for 2020, and decidedly not a genius.
The NRA used non-profit funds to settle a sexual harassment claim at the organization and OF COURSE the harasser did it again.
Border Patrol agent Matthew Bowen had been investigated for years before he used his 4,000-pound truck to assault a fleeing migrant.
Federal Housing? Doesn't Trump have some control over that?
Pure corruption. Trump Adviser Tom Barrack Pushed for Saudi Nuclear Deal — and Planned to Profit From It
Republicans have perfected the art of scamming senior citizens out of their precious resources in order to keep scammy consultants rolling in the dough.
Health insurers are regarded as fierce defenders of health care dollars. But the case of David Williams shows one reason America’s health care costs continue to rise. The personal trainer spent years posing as a doctor and billing the nation’s top insurers, making off with millions.
How sick and disgusting can you get?