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Patrick Hruby discovered that a disproportionate number of 9/11 first responders are suffering in mid-life from cognitive disorders usually seen in old…
In the face of declining media freedom in the country, Alice Taylor reveals how the ruling party is systematically weaponizing social media to influenc…
With experience from reporting on the 2003 SARS outbreak, STAT's senior writer saw what COVID might become well before the U.S. reported its first case…
A team of journalists and scholars was able to draw a direct line between the taking of Indigenous land and the founding of some of America's instituti…
Jennifer Kahn digs into the reasons underlying our fear of such products, and describes their enormous potential.
Reporters from The Marshall Project and others dug into the use of "bite dogs" by law enforcement, leading at least three jurisdictions to institute re…
Despite epic red tape, "The Other Latif" put eyes back on the detention center in Cuba, where a man accused of terrorism sat without charges or trial f…
Years of reporting on Xinjiang led to what's been described as "the most ambitious immersive visual storytelling [the magazine] has ever undertaken."
Daniel Brook spoke to employees at a warehouse in Alabama and found a workforce that largely failed to connect the dots between the struggle for civil …
India's islands battle the effects of climate change every year. Sibi Arasu's story on Kadal Osai shows how local media can keep residents safe from na…
In a state where higher education is increasingly political, Joe Killian's decades of political reporting helped him earn the trust of both Jones and t…