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If you've worked for the Red Cross, or received assistance from the organization, we'd like to talk to you.
Help us understand what it’s like to intern in an industry that often doesn’t pay.
On this Equal Pay Day, Obama will issue two executive orders to combat pay secrecy. We want to hear from women in the thick of it.
Help us understand how internship policies are structured at schools across the U.S. by telling us about your university
On June 11, 2011, John Eakin filed a formal petition with the Army detailing all the evidence suggesting his cousin Bud could be found. The military has declined to move ahead with the case.
We’ve added three new schools, and four new project partners in our effort to collect information on internship programs at schools across the country.
Students, professors, on-campus reporters and internship coordinators: help us find information on internships at your school
ProPublica is calculating the cost and quality of internships for credit around the country. And we need your help.
#ProjectIntern is taking a closer look at the intersection of internships and higher education – and we need your help.
A growing number of colleges are offering academic credit for unpaid internships. But at what cost to students?
We've been collecting emails from political campaigns and tracking the variations. Here you can explore those emails.
ProPublica is looking to interview consumers who purchased variable annuities back when generous guarantees were available.
A Reddit discussion with investigative reporter Peter Sleeth on the problem of missing combat records and the impact on veterans’ benefits and historians.
We want a better picture of who’s behind the Vegas ad blitz, which is why we’re declaring an Election Day Challenge here at ProPublica. The mission? To liberate Las Vegas.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 banned housing discrimination and mandated that the government “affirmatively further” fair housing. But the law didn’t make it clear. We asked fair housing experts and readers to weigh in on what it means to further fair housing.
Today, we’re rebooting Free the Files with a new tool to help uncover outside spending in the final days of the campaign.
What's the status of the bailout? Reporter Paul Kiel explains.
What's a 501(c)(4)? How do you cover a nonprofit whose address is a PO box? Can we stop the flood of dark money in politics? It's all in here.
Companies and law enforcement can mine your phone’s data for intimate details. ProPublica readers let us know what they think about it.
Google announced that it would notify Gmail users if they might be the target of a "state-sponsored attack." Help ProPublica figure out who's being targeted on Gmail and why.