Meet ProPublica’s 2022 Class of Emerging Reporters

These eight student journalists will receive stipends and mentorship from ProPublica’s staff as they begin to navigate careers in investigative journalism.

ProPublica and The New York Times Win Loeb Award

ProPublica and Partners Win Emmy Award for “Unlivable Oasis”

Missouri Town to Get Air Pollution Monitors Following ProPublica Report

The EPA will start monitoring the air in Verona, Missouri, where a manufacturing plant named BCP Ingredients emits ethylene oxide, a potent carcinogen.

How to Vote in Person or by Mail

Keep up with the latest changes to the voting process in your state for the 2022 elections, and make a plan if you want to cast your ballot early — either in person or by mail.

ProPublica Files Complaint and Emergency Motion to Release Court Records in High-Profile Ship Fire Case

The COVID-19 Booster’s Public Relations Problem

With a new coronavirus booster rolling out, a leading expert on vaccines explains how public health leaders have struggled to set expectations for the COVID-19 vaccine and convey clearly who benefits from each additional shot.

ProPublica and Partners Win Seven Online Journalism Awards

How America’s Democracy Is “Ripe to Be Exploited”

Why are so many people now embracing demagogues? Barbara Walter, political scientist and author of “How Civil Wars Start,” tells ProPublica that the vital signs of healthy democracy are in decline around the world.

The Racism, and Resilience, Behind Today’s Salmon Crisis

Salmon have been endangered my entire life. Here’s what I didn’t realize until I started reporting.

Kushner Company Agrees to Pay at Least $3.25 Million to Settle Claims

A Kushner subsidiary is settling a lawsuit that the state of Maryland filed after ProPublica reported widespread problems in thousands of the company’s Baltimore-area apartments.

ProPublica’s Hannah Dreyfus Wins Ethics in Journalism Award

The Navy Accused Him of Arson. Its Own Investigation Showed Widespread Safety Failures.

After the USS Bonhomme Richard fire, investigators found missing fire hoses, a broken sprinkler system and other systemic failures. The Navy is still accusing a sailor of arson, against the advice of a military judge.

Michigan’s Largest Utility Faces Pushback on Debt Sales and Shut-Offs as Company Asks for Rate Hike

As DTE Energy pushes for a rate increase, the state is taking a closer look at its sale of customer debt to collection agencies. The company’s use of shut-offs and response to outages are also drawing criticism.

What Does the 2022 Election Mean for You?

Get ready for the midterm elections with our User’s Guide to Democracy.

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