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Transportation Secretary Failed to Sever Financial Ties to Construction Company

Transportation Secretary Failed to Sever Financial Ties to Construction Company

Elaine Chao’s ownership of stock in a company that sells materials used in highway building differs from the terms of her ethics agreement.
S.E.C. Adopts New Broker Rules That Consumer Advocates Say Are Toothless

S.E.C. Adopts New Broker Rules That Consumer Advocates Say Are Toothless

The commission said it was tightening standards. The advocates said the move would give customers a false sense of security.
She Left the Education Dept. for Groups It Curbed. Now She’s Back, With Plans.

She Left the Education Dept. for Groups It Curbed. Now She’s Back, With Plans.

As the architect of higher education policy, Diane Auer Jones is pushing to overhaul accreditation, and, to critics, revive the fortunes of “bottom feeder” for-profit colleges.
An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

South Korea promised to root out a culture that put profit ahead of safety. But cheating and corruption continue to endanger travelers.
An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

South Korea promised to root out a culture that put profit ahead of safety. But cheating and corruption continue to endanger travelers.
An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

An Overloaded Ferry Flipped and Drowned Hundreds of Schoolchildren. Could It Happen Again?

South Korea promised to root out a culture that put profit ahead of safety. But cheating and corruption continue to endanger travelers.
She Left the Education Dept. for Groups It Curbed. Now She’s Back, With Plans.

She Left the Education Dept. for Groups It Curbed. Now She’s Back, With Plans.

As the architect of higher education policy, Diane Auer Jones is pushing to overhaul accreditation, and, to critics, revive the fortunes of “bottom feeder” for-profit colleges.
State Department Defends Saudi Arms Sales Before Hostile House Panel

State Department Defends Saudi Arms Sales Before Hostile House Panel

R. Clarke Cooper, a top State Department official, defended the use of an emergency declaration to sell arms to Saudi Arabia against Congress’s will.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Sells Stock in Highway Supply Company

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao Sells Stock in Highway Supply Company

Ms. Chao sold the stock days after the holding raised questions over a potential conflict of interest.
Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.
Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.
Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.
Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.
ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski Is Now A Corporate Shill For An NBA Sponsor

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski Is Now A Corporate Shill For An NBA Sponsor

Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN’s most prolific and trusted NBA reporter, is now a brand bot for a company that is partnered with the league he is, in theory, supposed to be covering aggressively and
Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Black Leaders Denounce Juul’s $7.5 Million Gift to Medical School

Juul is giving Meharry Medical College, a historically black institution, money for a research center that will study, among other things, Juul.
Virginia state Sen. Bill DeSteph has a conflict of interest he has yet to disclose

Virginia state Sen. Bill DeSteph has a conflict of interest he has yet to disclose

Virginia lawmakers are set to convene on July 9 for a special session, with the goal of hammering out better gun policy. The decision arises out of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s (D) desire for
Mexico’s Finance Minister Resigns, Rebuking the President’s Policies

Mexico’s Finance Minister Resigns, Rebuking the President’s Policies

The minister, Carlos Urzúa, was part of the president’s inner circle and worked to give investors confidence that the leftist leader would be fiscally disciplined.
Mexico’s Finance Minister Resigns, Rebuking the President’s Policies

Mexico’s Finance Minister Resigns, Rebuking the President’s Policies

The minister, Carlos Urzúa, was part of the president’s inner circle and worked to give investors confidence that the leftist leader would be fiscally disciplined.
Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract

Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract

Oracle had alleged that Amazon and the Defense Department biased the $10 billion JEDI contract in Amazon’s favor, but was unable to change the Pentagon’s decision.
Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract

Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract

Oracle had alleged that Amazon and the Defense Department biased the $10 billion JEDI contract in Amazon’s favor, but was unable to change the Pentagon’s decision.