by Beenish Ahmed Aug 12, 2015
It isn't easy to spot and stop corruption. A new educational effort attempts to prevent it, but that often means teaching students that basic concepts like bribery are wrong.
by Katelyn Harrop Aug 3, 2015
In a suspicious trend, half of the individuals who gifted a hunting trip to former-governor Rick Perry between 2013 and 2015 have been appointed to public office.
by Alice Ollstein May 29, 2015
Since 2010, the indictment claims, Hastert paid a mysterious "Individual A" $3.5 million in several installments, starting in 2010, to "compensate for and conceal his prior misconduct."
by Tara Culp-Ressler May 19, 2015
Should Americans be turning to the internet as their social safety net?
by Sam P.K. Collins May 13, 2015
"We couldn’t do this in the U.S., and you couldn’t do it in the U.K., so why do you think you can you do it in Africa?”
by Josh Israel Mar 17, 2015
Schock becomes the second member of the Republican majority to resign in the first 100 days of the 114th Congress
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 16, 2015
Critics say these tactics fall in an ethical gray area.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Feb 12, 2015
They're arguing that people who are going to die should have the right to seek lethal medication from their doctor if the suffering becomes too much.
by Sam P.K. Collins Dec 17, 2014
“Health professionals played a pivotal role in the abuse and brutality exposed in the CIA torture report and they must be held accountable,” an advocacy group says in a new report.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 17, 2014
For the first time, more than 50% of doctors favor letting terminally ill patients end their lives.