Steven Rosenfeld / TheNationalMemoNov 14, 2022
A wave of litigation seeking accountability from media purveyors that falsely depicted the 2020 presidential election as "stolen" is percolating in courts around the country. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN / The Associated PressFeb 20, 2020
State official says information being mined at schools includes locations, websites visited, videos watched, passwords and contact lists. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Maya Miller and Beena Raghavendran / ProPublicaSep 13, 2019
Low-income patients are overcoming stigmas about poverty to speak out about nonprofit hospitals that sue them. Officials are noticing. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
KATHLEEN RONAYNE / The Associated PressAug 6, 2019
The rule requiring presidential candidates to release such data to run in the primary is "a naked political attack" on Trump, lawsuits say. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
KATE BRUMBACK / The Associated PressJul 26, 2019
The state's voting system was scrutinized last year when Georgia's election chief Brian Kemp narrowly beat Stacey Abrams for governor. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
MATT O'BRIEN / The Associated PressJul 10, 2019
The project would process vast amounts of classified data, allowing the use of artificial intelligence to speed up war capabilities. Dig deeper ( 8 Min. Read )
MICHELLE L. PRICE AND MICHAEL BALSAMO / THE ASSOCIATED PRESSJul 3, 2019
The wrongful death lawsuit targets Colt and seven other gun manufacturers, along with gun shops in Nevada and Utah. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
STEVE LeBLANC and MARTIN CRUTSINGER / The Associated PressMay 11, 2019
One top state official says the evidence shows the companies ran a "multi-year conspiracy" and "perpetrated a multibillion-dollar fraud." Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
BRIAN MELLEY / The Associated PressJan 4, 2019
The 80 percent of users who allowed location tracking to get local forecasts unwittingly sacrificed their privacy, prosecutors say. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
JULIET LINDERMAN / The Associated PressAug 18, 2018
Several civil rights groups argued that Secretary Ben Carson and his agency didn't follow the right procedures to suspend the Obama-era rule and are in violation of the Fair Housing Act, but their claims are rejected. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
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