Bonnie Goldstein is an investigative advisor with the Project On Government Oversight.
Baby-food makers latch on to breastfeeding policy to sell formula.
As the government tries to undo the damage from its zero tolerance policy, parents in custody wait and wonder how to contact their kids.
New York State’s two-year investigation into Trump Foundation financial abuses was referred to IRS.
A food safety regulation to prevent contamination of fresh fruits and vegetables still has not been implemented after seven years.
Court documents shed light on the impact of separating children and parents at the border.
Paper Cuts examines the questionable trading history of the controversial Chinese phone company at the center of the President’s recent tweets.
What may be most shocking of all is, current laws regulating lobbying are so painfully weak that Cohen’s potential influence-peddling may have been legal.
There are tens of thousands of documents that could tell the storied history of rags-to-riches, up-from-the-hollow U.S. Senate candidate and lifelong coal baron Don Blankenship. But you really only need to look at one sheet of paper with a long list of names.