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Co-published with The NationIn this video roundtable, Laura Flanders joins Ray Suarez and Ann Larson to talk about our newest podcast.

Co-published with KERA NewsAn ambitious program helmed by Catholic Charities Fort Worth set out to end poverty, but it saw mixed results.

Co-published with KERA News. While some people enrolled in The Padua Project saw varying degrees of success, others dropped out or faced other challenges completing the program.

Co-published with The New York TimesThe Lummi Nation has a long, proud history of contesting ecologically unfriendly projects. Will it succeed against yet another threat?

Co-published with The NationLori Yearwood hadn’t thought much about sleep—until she found herself homeless, and unable to catch a wink.

Co-published with The Nation. Our new podcast, Going for Broke, lets Americans living on the edge have the last word.

Co-published with GristEven Texas and Wyoming do a better job protecting communities from oil and gas drilling.

Co-published with The American Prospect. A proposed wood pellet plant in North Carolina would increase air pollutants in a majority-minority community already hammered by climate change.

Co-published with the Washington Post. Low-income people suffer the consequences of overdraft fees more than those who are financially comfortable.

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 Bloomberg News. Better data can spotlight social problems and identify those in need.

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