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Keep your interviews short, shut up and cover the essentials: here are more tips from a veteran journalist on how to manage a big reporting project.

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Asking the right questions can help you narrow your scope on a big reporting project.

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How to choose and execute an in-depth reporting project – while still doing everything else you have to do.

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Your body is covered – inside and out – with alien beings that are feeding on you and breeding on you. Meet your microbiome.

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How North Carolina reporters "outsourced for expertise" in their groundbreaking investigation of hospital profits, and more tips from the award-winning series.

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A flexible spending account company explains why consumers often have to navigate bureaucratic mazes to turn in their health care expenses.

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Why a company would fight customers at every turn over money they put into their own flexible spending accounts for healthcare?

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Flexible spending accounts create more paperwork than necessary on the part of everyone involved – the patient, the government, and the private company managing the accounts. Is there a way to make any of this any easier?

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Football is not a beautiful spectacle marred by occasional moments of ugliness but a three-hour head trauma drama. As we have learned more about the science of sports-related injuries, could some teams could use that science to inflict even more damage?

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Reporters investigating the impact of valley fever in California dug up striking information about the disease's financial costs to taxpayers. Here's how they did it.

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