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Adiel Kaplan

Adiel Kaplan is a reporter with the NBC News Investigative Unit.

Adiel Kaplan is a reporter with the NBC News Investigative Unit.


Latest from Adiel Kaplan

Who were the ‘outsiders’ at Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall?

Roughly 30% of those arrested at Columbia University's Hamilton Hall had no affiliation with the school, including James Carlson, 40, an animal rights lawyer.
15d ago

'The world has changed': WeChat, snakeheads and the new era of global migration

Before the pandemic, roughly 9 in 10 migrants crossing the border illegally came from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. Those countries no longer hold the majority.
78d ago

CVS to pay Ohio $1.5 million in penalties over understaffing and other safety issues at pharmacies

CVS Health, one of the nation’s largest operators of retail chain pharmacies, will pay Ohio $1.5 million in penalties for understaffing and other problems.

‘This is not a Lahaina problem’: Once unthinkable, frequent fires are Hawaii’s new normal.

Hawaii is seeing bigger, hotter and more frequent fires than ever before. The state is struggling to catch up.
129d ago

Starbucks sued for allegedly using coffee from farms with rights abuses while touting its ‘ethical’ sourcing

Starbucks was sued for marketing its commitment to “100% ethical” sourcing while using some suppliers with “documented, severe human rights and labor abuses.”
129d ago

Starbucks sued for allegedly using coffee from farms with rights abuses while touting its ‘ethical’ sourcing

The lawsuit calls for the coffee chain to end its “unfair and deceptive” trade practices and argues that the company is aware of the child and forced labor on some of its supplier farms.

Federal law enforcement agencies release little use-of-force data. NBC News documented five years of their shootings.

NBC News found that from 2018 to 2022, officers working for or with the FBI, DEA, ATF and U.S. Marshals were involved in more than 200 shootings.

A family confronts a ‘Constitution-free zone’ in their fight to hold the DEA accountable for their son’s death

Those who have lost loved ones in shootings involving federal officers have little recourse in the nation’s courts, but Caleb Slay’s family is trying anyway.

Fani Willis' other fight

Fani Willis, district attorney in the Georgia county that charged Trump for his actions after the 2020 election, is fighting to hold federal officers accountable.

Defying presidents and Congress, the ATF, DEA, FBI and U.S. Marshals shroud their shootings in secrecy

The ATF, DEA, FBI and U.S. Marshals have been slow to adopt reforms embraced by big city police departments, like body cameras and detailed use-of-force data.

'Pharmageddon' could close pharmacies as protest spreads

People with prescriptions to fill could run into an unexpected snag over the next couple of days, as hundreds of pharmacists may call out of work to protest working conditions at CVS and Walgreens.