The Census Is Reopening Too: Workers Fear Being Sacrificed to Coronavirus for the Sake of a Speedy Tally
As the coronavirus crisis grew, workers say the Census Bureau was slow to respond. Now they fear returning to work without enough protections.
Amid Coronavirus, a Flawed Guardianship System Can Make It Impossible to Care for Relatives in Assisted Living Facilities
Adult guardianship is a legally thorny issue that sees seniors placed in assisted living facilities, even when they have relatives willing to care for them.
How the Coronavirus Became a Death Sentence at a GEO Group Halfway House
Two men have died from Covid-19 at the GEO Group’s Leidel Center in Houston. A third died just after coming home.
Prison Officials in Kansas Ignored the Pandemic. Then People Started Dying.
For weeks, officials at Lansing Correctional Facility dismissed the coronavirus threat. Then almost 900 incarcerated men contracted Covid-19.
The Trump Administration Is Waiving the Public’s Right to Affordable Coronavirus Treatments
Amid record unemployment, HHS is doling out more than $1 billion in coronavirus contracts that omit price-gouging safeguards.