Hundreds of Thousands Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Since Pandemic Protections Expired
As states begin to drop people from their Medicaid programs, early data shows that many recipients are losing their coverage for procedural reasons.
This Little-Known Pandemic-Era Tax Credit Has Become a Magnet for Fraud
The Employee Retention Credit has spawned a cottage industry of firms claiming to help businesses get stimulus funds, often in violation of federal rules.
Colleges Will Be Able to Hide a Student’s Race on Admissions Applications
If requested, the Common App will conceal basic information on race and ethnicity — a move that could help schools if the Supreme Court ends affirmative action.
Sedition Sentence for Oath Keepers Leader Marks Moment of Accountability
The 18 years in prison given to Stewart Rhodes for a rarely charged crime underscored the lengths to which the Justice Department and the courts have gone in addressing the assault on the Capitol.