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Often when journalists cover sexual assault, they focus on the details of what happened. Rarely do we pause to look at the long-term mental and emotional impacts on the person who came forward about the assault.
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An easily searchable database allows you to see quick visualizations of your hospital system’s most recent financial trends.
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Ready for a fresh project to kick off the new year? Take a page from a recent investigation by the Las Vegas Review-Journal and start looking into who regulates dentists in your state.
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Stigma around marijuana, especially among mothers, was a big challenge to overcome while telling reporting my stories for the 2019 National Fellowship.
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A report from The Morning Sun in Pittsburg, Kansas and GateHouse Media’s National Data and Investigations Team is a good reminder that there can be much more to these stories.
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As a reporter, you can do your part by both exposing the problems discovered by regulatory bodies and exposing the big gaps in the regulatory safety net.
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San Franicsco is pushing to be among the first cities in the world to end the transmission of HIV. But reaching those most at risk of dying will require aggressive and unconventional public health strategies.
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Arkansas has a child mortality rate far higher than the national average. Is the state doing enough to prevent these deaths?
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Why you should investigate the unequal implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which turns 30 next year.
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I first became interested in jail suicides when I was reporting on the state prison in Montana, where I found that murders were quite uncommon inside the prison — but suicides were not.

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