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The chief of a domestic violence unit joined reporters from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News to share insights for covering this urgent story right now.
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Utah has the lowest smoking rate in the nation, yet the biggest source of cancer deaths in the state is lung cancer. How can that be?
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A look at how homelessness reporters are approaching the beat during the pandemic.
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Influential epidemiologist Michael Osterholm and New York Times reporter Apoorva Mandavilli offer an unvarnished view of what testing can do right now.
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Why reporters should explain to their audiences how misleading case counts really are.
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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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As the amount of COVID-19 data grows, so do the coverage possibilities for reporters covering the pandemic.
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The four years I spent covering San Joaquin County included too many visits to homicide scenes and coroner’s name requests, but a cursory glance at the names and figures of the victims unsettled me.
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How are newsrooms divvying up coverage of this gargantuan story? We asked around.
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From Google Trends to geolocation hacks, digital storytelling expert Amara Aguilar shares timely strategies for finding diverse sources while stuck behind a desk.

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