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Accident victims were found selling off their settlements, sometimes for pennies on the dollar.
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The powerhouse reporting team shares the story behind the story, and offers sage reporting tips along the way.
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State law targets drug users, jamming courts with throwaway cases that burden justice system and users. A new reporting project digs into the story.
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A new investigative series will use public records to report on California's vaccine distribution, equity and data collection.
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The lack of consistency in screening abuse reports is concerning enough for state legislators to consider changes to North Carolina’s system.
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Post-election shifts in COVID-19 policies offer reporters a great opportunity for compare-and-contrast stories.
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"The problem was, I was being played," writes contributor Bill Heisel. "The giant petrochemical company, Arco, had the city of Butte and the state of Montana outmatched."
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Curious what’s happening in your state? Here's how one newsroom tackled the question.
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An investigative journalist who spent years covering the CDC weighs in on the agency's MIA status during COVID-19.
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If you’re like me, you are alarmed by the rates of complications and deaths from sepsis worldwide. As a reporter, where do you start? Hospital Compare is a good place to begin.



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