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A reporter reflects on her journey through South Asian grocery stores in the Bay Area, where getting people to talk proved tricky.
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A veteran investigative reporter unpacks one of the pandemic's biggest tragedies.
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Texas has a law that requires the screening of school children for diabetes. But due to COVID-19, in recent years, those screenings aren't always happening.
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Lisa Krieger of the San Jose Mercury News, Victoria Colliver of POLITICO, and Alejandro Lazo of CalMatters on the storylines they're tracking.
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Many people were kicked out despite eviction moratoriums—but certain communities faced the brunt of it.
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The White House, National Academies and now some members of Congress have called for nursing home reforms. Rep. Bobby Rush says corporations must be held accountable for pandemic deaths.
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Experts say you should break it down, beginning with deciding whether a nursing home is the right fit, or whether this is the right time.
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A USA TODAY investigation has traced a string of casualties back to one nursing home chain, Trilogy Health Services.
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A seemingly simple question — how many nursing home residents have gotten sick and died — has often turned into a political minefield.

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