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Secret Unit Helped Brazilian Company Bribe Government Officials

Secret Unit Helped Brazilian Company Bribe Government Officials

The Braskem chemical plant in Camacari, Brazil. Braskem and Odebrecht, a construction giant, pleaded guilty to paying hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes.
One Certainty of Trump’s Wall: Big Money

One Certainty of Trump’s Wall: Big Money

The unfinished fence at the border with Mexico near McAllen, Tex.
One Certainty of Trump’s Wall: Big Money

One Certainty of Trump’s Wall: Big Money

The unfinished fence at the border with Mexico near McAllen, Tex.
Unease Spreads in Atlanta as a City Contracting Scandal Brews

Unease Spreads in Atlanta as a City Contracting Scandal Brews

Mayor Kasim Reed of Atlanta delivering his State of the City address this month. An investigation into charges of bribery involving city contracts has prompted the mayor to defend his legacy.
DeVos Halts Obama-Era Plan to Revamp Student Loan Management

DeVos Halts Obama-Era Plan to Revamp Student Loan Management

Betsy DeVos, the education secretary, is responsible for administering $1.3 trillion in federal student loans.
U.S. Moves to Build Prototypes for Mexican Border Wall

U.S. Moves to Build Prototypes for Mexican Border Wall

A rendering of a concept for a border wall, which officials at Customs and Border Protection said would have to foil climbing aids and prevent tunneling.
FEMA Cites ‘Significant Concerns’ With Puerto Rico Power Contract

FEMA Cites ‘Significant Concerns’ With Puerto Rico Power Contract

Workers from the Montana-based Whitefish Energy Holdings repaired Puerto Rico’s power grid on Wednesday. On Friday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency became the latest to raise questions about
Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Workers from Whitefish Energy, which is based in Montana, working on Puerto Rico’s power grid, which was damaged during Hurricane Maria in September.
Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Workers from Whitefish Energy, which is based in Montana, working on Puerto Rico’s power grid, which was damaged during Hurricane Maria in September.
Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Puerto Rico Cancels Whitefish Energy Contract to Rebuild Power Lines

Workers from Whitefish Energy, which is based in Montana, working on Puerto Rico’s power grid, which was damaged during Hurricane Maria in September.
After Doomed Whitefish Deal, Puerto Rico Asks Congress for $94 Billion

After Doomed Whitefish Deal, Puerto Rico Asks Congress for $94 Billion

A Puerto Rico Electric Power Company truck in Old San Juan, P.R., this month. Emails released on Monday show that the utility had ignored its own lawyer’s advice in awarding a $300 million contract to
In Puerto Rico, Law Passed for Fiscal Crisis Hampers Storm Recovery

In Puerto Rico, Law Passed for Fiscal Crisis Hampers Storm Recovery

A school in Guaynabo, P.R., in October, during its use as a shelter after Hurricane Maria. A judge ruled this week that an oversight board has no legal authority to install new leadership at Puerto
C.E.O. of Puerto Rico Power Authority Resigns

C.E.O. of Puerto Rico Power Authority Resigns

Ricardo L. Ramos stepped down as chief executive of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority after weeks of outcry over a contract to restore service after Hurricane Maria.
C.E.O. of Puerto Rico Power Authority Resigns

C.E.O. of Puerto Rico Power Authority Resigns

Ricardo L. Ramos stepped down as chief executive of the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority after weeks of outcry over a contract to restore service after Hurricane Maria.
Contractor for Puerto Rico Power Suspends Work, Citing Unpaid Bills

Contractor for Puerto Rico Power Suspends Work, Citing Unpaid Bills

Damaged power lines in Vega Baja, P.R. The island’s power grid is operating at less than half its capacity.
Contractor for Puerto Rico Power Suspends Work, Citing Unpaid Bills

Contractor for Puerto Rico Power Suspends Work, Citing Unpaid Bills

Damaged power lines in Vega Baja, P.R. The island’s power grid is operating at less than half its capacity.
Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

More Transportation Security Administration uniforms have been made in Mexico in recent years than in the United States, despite rules requiring the Department of Homeland Security to “buy American.”
Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

More Transportation Security Administration uniforms have been made in Mexico in recent years than in the United States, despite rules requiring the Department of Homeland Security to “buy American.”
Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

Why ‘Made in America’ Is Stitched Into the Law, but Not the Uniforms

More Transportation Security Administration uniforms have been made in Mexico in recent years than in the United States, despite rules requiring the Department of Homeland Security to “buy American.”
Collapse of U.K. Construction Giant Rattles the Government

Collapse of U.K. Construction Giant Rattles the Government

Carillion construction cranes at a building site in London on Sunday. Carillion, a construction company that helped the government run day-to-day operations, filed for bankruptcy.