Podcast: Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times Magazine talks about her piece on sending her young daughter to a segregated school.
Podcast: Our own Sebastian Rotella tells us about the challenges of reporting on corruption in violent and chaotic Guatemala.
Podcast: Associated Press reporter Christina Cassidy tells us how she investigated the underreporting of hate crime statistics and what that means for victims.
Podcast: New York Times reporter Dan Barry tells us how he reconstructed a tale of exploitation and tragedy in his new book, ‘The Boys in the Bunkhouse’
Podcast: Our reporters talk about how they uncovered racial bias in software used to predict future criminals.
Podcast: Six years ago, the two-state agency pledged to reduce emissions from trucks and accepted $35 million in federal dollars to do it. Today, it has little to show for the money it spent. Writer Max Rivlin-Nadler takes ProPublica’s Joaquin Sapien inside his Village Voice investigation.
Podcast: NPR reporter Cory Turner details his investigation into school spending inequities.
Podcast: Cary Spivak and Kevin Crowe of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel take ProPublica’s David Epstein inside their investigation of how landlords are gaming the system.
Podcast: How New York Daily News reporter Sarah Ryley discovered that the NYPD was targeting minority neighborhoods in their enforcement of a law that can boot people from their homes and businesses
Podcast: How a Tampa Bay Times food critic revealed that many 'locally sourced' restaurants were anything but.
Podcast: Behind the scenes with the Associated Press reporters who found slavery on the high seas.
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