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The Pandemic

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 …

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?

Co-published with the Washington PostAs the pandemic forces a moment for professional reinvention, many people are discovering mentors aren’t just for newcomers in the workforce.

Co-published with Bloomberg News. Better data can spotlight social problems and identify those in need.

Co-published with The New YorkerRenewed attention to antitrust has been focussed on Big Tech, but concentration in agriculture may be an underlying source of rural America’s pro-Trump …

Co-published with Erie News Now. To get a better understanding of what it is like for those who rely on SNAP benefits, Erie News Now's Jamison Hixenbaugh …

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 …

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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