Brian Stelter talks to Maryland businessman Stewart Bainum about plans for The Baltimore Banner, a subscription-based nonprofit news site that intends to launch in 2022. Without strong local news coverage, Bainum says, “it’s difficult for people on this side of town to know what the stories are on the other side of town.”
As investigators work to unravel the causes of the Nov. 5 Astroworld Festival crowd surge, and who will be held accountable for the 8 confirmed deaths and hundreds of injuries, nearly 50 lawsuits have been filed as the FBI offers to join the investigation.
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Joseph Petito, the father of Gabby Petito, has put out a call for "required reporting" to the National Missing And Unidentified Persons System (NAMUS). Right now only 10 states mandate that law enforcement report to the public database, Florida isn't one of those states.
The FBI said the largest fraud in the country cost Americans $1.8 billion last year. The business email compromise involves hackers impersonating legitimate companies and tricking consumers into wiring large amounts of money to scammers.
The reporter who broke the story of a potential $450k payout to separated families says, ‘The sort of backlash that it caused definitely brought the Justice Department back to the table saying we need to go way down from there.’
Isabella “Izzy” Tichenor, a 10-year-old Black and autistic student in Utah, died by suicide after allegedly being bullied by classmates and her family’s complaints were ignored, the family’s lawyer tells CNN. The tragedy comes just weeks after the Justice Department publicly detailed a disturbing pattern where Black and Asian American students at the Davis School District in Farmington, Utah, were harassed for years, and officials deliberately ignored complaints from parents and students.
The US Justice Department sued Uber Technologies Inc over allegations of overcharging disabled passengers, and asked a federal court to order compliance with an anti-discrimination law.
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