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Co-published with The Nation. Counties aren’t supposed to use Covid funds to build jails and prisons—but that hasn’t stopped some of them from trying to do it …

Co-published with YES! MagazineMore than 40 million people provide unpaid care for adults. My mother was one of them.

Co-published with The New Republic. Around the nation, eviction filings are climbing. In numerous cities, cases now exceed 100 percent of the historical average.

Co-published with The BafflerA growing number of unhoused people are refusing to live on the run, working to stop evictions and to build something lasting where they …

Co-published with Salt Lake City WeeklyA tax break for Utah seniors could be a lifeline—if only people knew about it.

Co-published with NATAL. From the physical to the emotional, all four parents navigate the highs and lows of pregnancy—and for some, even during a pandemic.

Co-published with The Nation. Workers are quitting their jobs in record numbers, but it’s not a turning point for labor power.

Co-published with The Washington Post. It’s usually not a glitch when qualified applicants have a hard time accessing aid they need. That’s how the system was designed.

Published in The Washington PostI realized long ago that there are two separate and very different health-care systems in this country.

Co-published with The New RepublicIn Indianapolis, like many American cities, the long shadow of segregation continues to punish Black neighborhoods—to the disproportionate benefit of white landlords.

Co-published with USA TodayA first-ever USA TODAY analysis of nursing home ownership shows how Trilogy, a real estate-trust backed chain, fared during the worst of the pandemic.

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