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Co-published with 100 Days in Appalachia. Rural communities throughout America are struggling with the question of how to continue to provide hospital care.

Co-published with Scientific AmericanFor the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, climate change has forced a permanent retreat inland.

Co-published with The GuardianA collapse in the number of dairy farmers in states such as Minnesota is destroying livelihoods and hollowing out rural life.

The Economic Hardship Reporting Project was named the Best Non-Traditional News Source of the year at New York University's first annual American Journalism Online Awards.

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Co-published with The New Republic. Experts say the long-Covid crisis will mirror the pandemic itself, creating a “tsunami of disability” that will take a disproportionate toll on low-income people of color.

Co-published with The Denver Post. Vanessa Peoples received a six-figure settlement after Aurora police used excessive force in 2017.

Co-published with 100 Days in AppalachiaCommunities across Appalachia, especially in Tennessee, are struggling to maintain hospital care.

Co-published with CrosscutThe state ranks near worst in the nation for constraints on civil asset forfeiture.

Co-published with CrosscutWashington police sell or use millions of dollars’ worth of seized property each year. Legislators haven’t managed to change the rules.

Co-published with CrosscutEven as Washington winds down its drug war, police still seize homes and cash from low-level suspects.

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