"Puerto Rico in the Dark." Photos by: Joseph Rodríguez for EHRP/The New York Times
Co-published with WNYC Studios. Brooklyn resident Junior Allende is planting a flag — actually many of them — along the Fifth Avenue entrance to Sunset Park as a protest against gentrification.
Co-published with WNYC Studios. There's a patchwork of primary care available to New Yorkers who don't have health insurance. But if you need extensive medical care, your options are limited.
Co-published with The Guardian. The greater the imbalance of income and power, the more opportunity there is to take advantage. As a result, many women feel trapped by their abusers.
Co-published with The Guardian. Americans are exposed to one of the most damaging sources of stress: uncertainty. The assault on our fundamental sense of security can make us sick.
Co-published with The New York Times. In a gripping photo essay, Joseph Rodríguez captures the isolation of a storm-ravaged island.
Co-published with Pacific Standard. The Trump administration has quietly removed CCAMPIS, a childcare subsidy for student parents attending college, from its 2018 budget.
Co-published with CityLimits.org, produced by the Bronx Photo League, a project of the Bronx Documentary Center. The city and residents of Bronx public housing developments in Claremont Village are ramping-up efforts to eliminate a years-long rat infestation.
Co-published with The Washington Post. Don't let one speech fool you into revisionist history.
Co-published with Harper's. If the roads are failing, it means government is failing.
Co-published with the Guardian. For many, talking about money, especially their own, is a social taboo. But now wealthy progressives are opening up about a system that is skewed in their favor
Co-published with TalkPoverty.org. Hurricanes Irma and Harvey reveal the brutal treatment of previously homeless victims.
Co-published with KQED. What would our local arts communities look like without DACA?
On The Ground
Co-published with The Guardian. In a tiny south-eastern Ohio town in the Appalachian foothills, the Hazel Ginsburg Well is holding waste from out-of-state fracking operations – a sludge of toxic chemicals and undrinkable water.
Co-published with The Guardian. Local journalism is doing great work across the country while fighting cutbacks and tight budgets. But we need people to stop expecting news to be free.
Co-published with The Guardian. Poverty, police abuse, record prison rates and education cuts that mean a four-day school week. Why are public services failing Oklahomans?
Co-published with the Guardian. Elliott D. Woods spent time in Phillips County in northern Montana, where public land is a source of life to which ranchers are intimately connected. If the plan to transfer lands to the states succeeds, it will mean a radical restructuring of the economy and the culture of the West.
Co-published with The Guardian. The national media failed to cover large swathes of the US pre-election, while rural voices have been quieted by the decimation of local news. Our On The Ground project aims to remedy these issues.