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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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 Researchers gather at a COVID-19 briefing at Johns Hopkins University on March 6, when there were only 14 reported deaths. Pred
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Dustin Wallis, a nonsmoker who has stage 4 lung cancer, plays with his children in Cottonwood Heights, Utah.
Utah has the lowest smoking rate in the nation, yet the biggest source of cancer deaths in the state is lung cancer. How can that be?
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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Audubon is looking for a senior associate editor
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Watch where the money goes before the second COVID-19 wave hits
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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The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone — but not equally, with low-wage workers and communities of color especially hard hit.
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Cesar Noriega’s mother lives at Reo Vista Healthcare Center in San Diego.
COVID-19 testing varies widely across San Diego senior facilities. The state and county aim to induce widespread testing in senior homes, but advocates say these efforts are moving too slowly and lack teeth.
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Civil rights groups sue state to protect inmates from deadly virus
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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Health Media Jobs & Opportunities: Gannett is looking for a children's issues reporter
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