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Co-published with the Utah Investigative Journalism Project and The Salt Lake Tribune. Utah could use federal funds for eviction prevention programs—instead of just paying landlords’ legal bills.

Co-published with The New York Review of BooksAmid the 1840s economic crisis, landlords tried to drive out tenants in default. The remarkable movement that rose to challenge …

Co-published with New York Magazine. How ride-sharing apps are trying to spread the gig-worker model far and wide.

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

Co-published with the Chicago ReaderI want choice, not a fistful of unhelpful options from the cruel system we make poor people navigate to access health care.

Co-published with The Intercept and KQED. The pandemic and ensuing economic crisis have had a disproportionate impact on women.

Co-published with Columbia Journalism ReviewA Seattle newspaper models how to cover unhoused people—and puts money in their pockets.

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.

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