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Co-published with VPM News and PBS. In Virginia, many families who cannot find or afford a home have turned to budget motels on the …

Co-published with VPM News and PBS. What began as a temporary motel stay for the family after an eviction has stretched for years, prolonged, …

Co-published with Scientific American. “Normalizing” infants’ and children’s genital appearance to match a sex assigned in early age isn’t medically necessary and can negatively impact quality of …

Co-published with The InterceptIn “Freedom Dreams,” narrated by Nina Turner, Black women talk about how student debt has impacted their lives and what cancellation would mean for …

Co-published with Erie News NowFacing homelessness, an Erie, Pennsylvania woman turned to Community Shelter Services for help.

Co-published with FRONTLINE. The investigation of a murder that took place 50 years ago uncovers an untold story of the civil rights movement and Black resistance to racist …

Co-published with Scientific AmericanA new engineering project would bring much-needed land to eroding marshes but at a huge cost to the fishing industry.

Co-published with KITV. Advocates are urging Congress to pass a bill before the new year to extend the credits for many struggling families.

Co-published with KITV. As health experts work to determine the severity of COVID’s Omicron variant, or if vaccines will protect against it, some Hawaii residents are already …

Co-published with KITV. After contracting COVID, a single mother of five in Hawaii was out of work for months. Unable to pay her bills, she fell into …

Co-published with KPBS. With our support, KPBS reporter Alexandra Rangel examines the severe shortage of truckers in San Diego and visits a local driving school working to …

Co-published with KPBS. Tens of thousands of Tijuana residents are scrambling to get proof of vaccination as the U.S. finally lifts a COVID-19-era restriction on non-essential border crossings.

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