Posted in Analysis Black Lives Matter Investigative Reporting Workshop Policing

Swept up by police

Analysis of arrests in 15 cities reveals most George Floyd protesters were charged with misdemeanors and lived within the metro area where they were arrested. By Meryl Kornfield, Austin R. Ramsey, Jacob Wallace, Christopher Casey and…

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Police stockpile ‘less-lethal’ munitions

Caught off guard, agencies place emergency orders for riot gear By Chris Halsne and Sasha Fernandez / IRW Friday, October 16 A special report with WUSA9 After two nights of chaotic protests near the White House…

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Posted in Coronavirus Investigative Reporting Workshop News Public Safety

Cracks in campus healthcare

At college health centers, students battle misdiagnoses and inaccessible care. The coronavirus pandemic will be the biggest challenge to date. by Jenn Abelson, Nicole Dungca, Meryl Kornfield and Andrew Ba Tran / The Washington Post Saturday,…

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Posted in Analysis Energy Investigative Reporting Workshop

The slow-walking switch to clean energy

by Alexandra Tempus / FairWarning May 28, 2020 Even in the gray fog of a pandemic, news about the future of the U.S. power sector has been dominated by a sunny outlook on renewable energy. In…

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Posted in Analysis Coronavirus Government Investigative Reporting Workshop

As Trump declared coronavirus under control, local leaders saw cases continue to pile up.

By Nicole Dungca, Jenn Abelson, John Sullivan Thursday, May 7 As a mysterious respiratory illness tore through China and other countries in mid-January, Kyle Coleman, an emergency management coordinator in Texas, took inventory of his team’s…

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