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In the fires that devastated Paradise and Santa Rosa, kids were often the most vulnerable.
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With its many intimate subjects--poverty, abuse, homelessness--this series has made me a more honest reporter.

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Do you think you get all of the information you need during an interview? Think again.

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Interviewing scientists, researchers and health care professionals can be challenging: reporters walk a fine line between representing their work accurately and applying appropriate, analytical skepticism. Get interviewing tips from Career GPS.

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