One new accuser and two former executives for the disgraced producer spoke to "Frontline" about his abuse.
Given the ugliness at the lower levels, should those above water and at the top just shut up and be grateful? I think not.
"After teaching about #climatechange all day, it was kind that the Heartland Institute, an organization funded by petroleum, sent me this."
Data refutes the myth that the opioid epidemic is largely a problem among whites.
"Frontline" goes deep into Seattle's efforts to help drug addicts instead of punishing them.
It is imperative that companies are held accountable when such illegal and morally reprehensible conduct occurs in the workplace. That is why discrimination against immigrant and other vulnerable workers is a top enforcement priority for EEOC.
Since 2011, coverage of the war in Syria has almost entirely come from the rebel side. Outside of a number of surprisingly repetitive and uninteresting interviews with President Bashar al-Assad, Western reporters have had limited access, especially recently.
It's frightening how many organizations say they care about customer satisfaction and how many of them are measuring the wrong thing the wrong way and then doing the wrong things with the information anyway.
In the Galilee Basin lies enough coal that, if burned, would tip the climate into the red zone, trash the Reef, destroy traditional cultures and condemn us all to a miserable future. Australia's Federal Government was ready give it the green light. Approvals were rushing in.
Rarely in modern life do the decision makers who sit at the top of the power pyramid ever listen to those at the very bottom -- despite the fact that the people at the bottom are expected to carry out the mission of the organization or institution.