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WASHINGTON (NPR) — An anonymous tipster reached out to NPR a few months ago with an intriguing allegation: A high-ranking elected official in Chicago committed PPP fraud back in 2021…. Read More
Updated June 27, 2023 at 2:48 PM ET WASHINGTON (NPR) — Of the $1.2 trillion in federal aid disbursed on an emergency basis to small businesses during the pandemic, at… Read More
The federal ban on bump stocks announced in December takes effect March 26. Sellers and gun rights groups are taking advantage of that extra time to boost sales, despite the upcoming ban.
Despite the real pain and anger over school shootings, the numbers show such incidents are not increasing. But statistics are cold comfort at a school where it’s happened.