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The chief of a domestic violence unit joined reporters from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News to share insights for covering this urgent story right now.
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We'd hope that COVID-19 models would give us predictions akin to weather forecasts, but human behavior complicates that.
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The federal funding spigot has been turned on full force to combat COVID-19. That means journalists should start keeping tabs now.
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Mississippi corrections officials are putting the lives of approximately 6,000 inmates housed at the state’s two largest prisons at risk by failing to protect them from the deadly COVID-19 virus, a federal lawsuit alleges.
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A look at how homelessness reporters are approaching the beat during the pandemic.
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The stories on the packing houses have been a particularly compelling subplot in the media's broader coverage of the pandemic.
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Influential epidemiologist Michael Osterholm and New York Times reporter Apoorva Mandavilli offer an unvarnished view of what testing can do right now.
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With psychiatric problems already on the rise for American children, mental health experts weigh in on what we might do to buffer COVID-19's effects on kids.
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Why reporters should explain to their audiences how misleading case counts really are.
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 What can we learn from the Italians, who by now are seasoned observers of the virus and the havoc it causes? An Italian health journalist shares reflections.

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