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Co-published with Scientific American. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan includes an unprecedented $65 billion for broadband deployment, but money alone will not fix the U.S.’s Internet problem.

Co-published with The GuardianElectronic visit verification systems make homecare more difficult, trap people with disabilities, and cost more than paper timesheets.

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

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Co-published with The CutAfter having a stillbirth, Adora Perez was charged with murder.

Co-published with EsquireThe financial crunch of COVID turned one man's bartering with customer service representatives into a matter of survival.

Co-published with Latino USAIn this special preview episode of our new podcast series, famed reporter Ray Suarez tells the shocking story of how his illustrious career fell apart in middle age.

Co-published with The Nation. Going for Broke, hosted by Ray Suarez, launches October 18 from the Economic Hardship Reporting Project and The Nation.

Co-published with Scientific American. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan includes an unprecedented $65 billion for broadband deployment, but money alone will not fix the U.S.’s Internet problem.

Co-published with Mother Jones. What does it look like when ordinary people are their own bosses?

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