The conservative justice took at least 38 vacations, 26 private jet flights, eight flights by helicopter, a dozen VIP passes to sporting events and stays at luxury resorts, according to ProPublica.
Justice Samuel Alito says he didn't have to disclose a 2008 luxury trip to Alaska, or the flight on a private jet of hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer who had several cases before the high court.
A ProPublica investigation found the justice accepted luxury trips from a major GOP donor. The story is renewing the Democrat push for a code of ethics for justices of the Supreme Court.
Election officials on both sides of the political aisle say that new early voting rules mandated by the legislature are hurting their ability to serve their voters.
ProPublica found that drugmakers spent less to market opioids to doctors in 2016 than in prior years. Studies have shown that payments to doctors are linked to more prescriptions for the drugs.
"First, I want to take a bath. A really hot bath," she tells her cousin over the phone.
An analysis of insurance claims in Washington state found that in a single year more than 600,000 patients underwent testing and treatment they didn't need, at an estimated cost of $282 million.
A ProPublica series has illuminated the many ways the U.S. health care system leaks money. Here are some ideas for plugging the holes.
When eyedrops dribble down your face, it's not your fault. Drugmakers have long known that their drops of medicine exceed the capacity of the human eye. Why didn't companies make the drops smaller?
Trump said he would surrender control of his businesses to two of his sons by Friday but ProPublica says there's no sign he has done so.