Some of the poorest, oldest and most vulnerable people in the Bay Area live in Richmond public housing, where vermin and crime are known problems. But residents say their pleas for help are going ignored.
The state keeps a vast archive of inspection and complaint reports against licensed day care, preschool and after-school programs. But most of these records remain stored away in obscure government offices.
The Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general blacked out a call for U.S. Border Patrol agents to hold back from shooting migrants and suspected drug runners who throw rocks and other objects at them that don’t pose a deadly threat.
Fifteen little-known U.S. charities reported sending $40 million worth of medical supplies to Guatemala in 2010. But no one – including the charities and its biggest recipient – was willing to be specific about where the medical supplies went or exactly who benefited.
Officials from the California Department of Public Health and long-term care advocates clashed at an Assembly oversight hearing over regulators’ ability to process complaints of abuse against nursing assistants.
Individuals and organizations interested in defining and measuring media impact suffer from a lack of a shared language. We’re excited to share the first step in addressing this problem: the draft Offline Impact Indicators Glossary.
Since 2012, an unprecedented uprising by motley bands of vigilantes has put the Knights Templar drug organization on the run. Fueling the movement are thousands of migrants who lived in California and other U.S. states before returning to Mexico.