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Why you should investigate the unequal implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which turns 30 next year.
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Hospitals should be able to tout their accomplishments, but doing it through sponsored news articles in The Boston Globe seems sneaky.
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Your job when using someone as a source is to make sure you're letting your audience know everything about that source that is relevant to that story.
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We were about 30 seconds into our first look at the California Department of Education’s chronic absenteeism data when we knew what our story would be.
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This story was produced as a project for the USC Center for Health Journalism's 2018 Data Fellowship.
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A reporter shares five key sources to help others exploring health care problems in California jails, and some critical caveats you should keep in mind before turning to them.
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Even when stories get the facts right, they often fail to provide crucial context and caveats that would help audiences make sense of the news — or lack thereof.
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It’s exciting to talk about going to jail to protect a source. But it’s much more practical to talk about how you can keep yourself out of court entirely.
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A reporter shares a handful of investigative reporting techniques that proved essential in overcoming blind spots among local health experts who were largely unaware of opioids' toll in their communities.
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When stories make bold claims about life expectancies chopped by decades or rates of chronic diseases skyrocketing for those with higher scores, they can create heightened anxiety without a real solution.

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