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Reporters Tony Barboza and Anna Phillips take us behind the scenes of their yearlong investigation.
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A public agency may report the number of deaths for a given cause, but that doesn’t mean the figures are accurate.
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Seven key tips from a Spotlight Team alum that can bolster any big reporting project.
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Aaron Williams, formerly with The Washington Post and now with Netflix, shared a behind-the-scenes look at some of his most innovative projects.
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Easily searchable, online databases don’t always exist. These three news reporters created their own — and so can you.
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Hospitals and insurance companies use a variety of algorithms to calculate risk, but they don’t always yield equitable results.
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“We just have to work a little harder, think a little harder and write a little more clearly to help the public understand what they need to understand.”
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The initial statistics shocked me. It turns out, I hadn’t seen anything yet.
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The Tampa Bay Times' deputy investigations editor explains how she broke the story of catastrophic outcomes in the heart surgery program at John Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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