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by Charles Ornstein The federal government unveiled data Tuesday detailing 4.4 million payments made to doctors and teaching hospitals by pharmaceutical and medical device companies. The launch of the so-called Open Payments website, mandated under a...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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by Charles Ornstein This story was co-published with NPR's Shots blog. The government's release today of a trove of data detailing drug and device companies' payments to doctors has been widely hailed as a milestone for transparency. But it is also something...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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by Michael Grabell California Gov. Jerry Brown on Sunday signed into law a bill holding the state's employers legally responsible for wage and safety violations committed by their subcontractors and temp agencies. With the new law, California will have...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Monday, September 29, 2014
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by Charles Ornstein This story was co-published with The New York Times' The Upshot. If the federal government's new Open Payments website were a consumer product, it would be returned to the manufacturer for a full refund. Open Payments is the government's...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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by Lois Beckett This story was co-published with Mashable. In a highly unscientific but delicious experiment last weekend, 380 New Yorkers gave up sensitive personal information—from fingerprints to partial Social Security numbers— for a cookie....
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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by Joe Sexton "You have the right to remain silent." "You have the right to a lawyer." The instructions – given by police every day and simulated on television seemingly every night – appear straightforward enough. In truth, what are known as Miranda...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Tuesday, September 30, 2014
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by Minhee Cho .player_box { display: none; } When we look at a visualization, our brains throw away much of what we see. But small details like color, size or shape stand out from the rest, and those tiny differences do a lot to help us make sense of...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Monday, September 29, 2014
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by Charles Ornstein , Eric Sagara and Ryann Grochowski Jones This story was co-published with the New York Times On Tuesday, the federal government is expected to release details of payments to doctors by every pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturer...
From: ProPublica | By: ProPublica | Monday, September 29, 2014
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