Women and minority farmers and ranchers receive disproportionately less credit than their white male counterparts.
Critics say video hearings are a flawed design of a system seeking deportations.
The declaration was met with a lot of fanfare, but officials did little with the legal powers it gave them, experts say.
Researchers are worried that the EPA plans to reduce the Office of Children's Health Protection's influence, or shutter it altogether.
A new report looks at how the government responded to a quick succession of hurricanes and wildfires last year.
In 2018, 8.7 million people bought their non-group health insurance through healthcare.gov—down from 9.2 million people in 2017.
A new study shows that unfair pricing by gender exists across different markets.
An additional 18 million kids attended schools where officials didn't test the drinking water for lead, or where officials didn't know whether they had tested.
A government watchdog report reveals the EPA's excessive spending.
A study by the Government Accountability Office finds that black students, boys, and students with disabilities were disproportionately disciplined.
Accreditation agencies have recently come under fire for failing to keep schools accountable. Now the Education Department is looking to change that.
Despite public vows of transparency, CEO Gail McGovern lobbied a congressman to spike an inquiry by the Government Accountability Office.