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When Hate Meets Hoax

After a string of racist messages rocked a college in Minnesota, a fabricated note introduced a toxic sense of uncertainty that undermined attempts to address a serious social problem.

Documenting Hate News Index

This page lists media reports, collected by Google News, about hate crimes and bias incidents.

‘If You Hemorrhage, Don’t Clean Up’: Advice From Mothers Who Almost Died

We’ve heard from 3,100 women who survived life-threatening complications of pregnancy or childbirth. They told us what they wish they had known — and what they would say to other new and expectant mothers.

Introducing the First Ever Vox-ProPublica Video Fellow

Today, we’re pleased to announce our fellow: Ranjani Chakraborty.

‘How Can You Work ... for a President That Undermines Your Work?’

Internal talking points from Donald Trump’s spy chief reveal tensions between Trump and the intelligence community.

ProPublica Illinois Is Hiring a Communications Manager

Our ideal candidate is someone with proven marketing savvy who is passionate about journalism that serves the public interest.

ProPublica Illinois Is Hiring an Assistant Director of Development

We are looking for dynamic fundraising talent to join us at ProPublica Illinois.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Data Reporter

We’re looking for a smart, motivated investigative data reporter to join our award-winning news applications and data team in New York City.

Former Texas Nurse Convicted of Baby-Killing Told Authorities ‘I Was Heinous.’

In a letter from prison, Genene Jones appeared to acknowledge her guilt and asked Texas nursing regulators to forgive her for a crime she committed when she was not “of sound mind.”

Suspected Texas Serial Killer Charged With Death of Second Baby

Decades after prosecutors convicted Genene Jones of killing a single infant, a Texas grand jury has indicted the former nurse on a second new charge of murder. Prosecutors hope to prevent Jones’ release from prison, which is scheduled for next year.

Did Trump Get a Big Tax Refund After 2005?

Donald Trump’s supporters crowed when leaked pages of his 2005 return showed he paid a hefty amount of taxes. But the returns for the following years, which remain secret, likely include some hefty refunds of that payment.

Are You an Aspiring College Journalist of Color? Apply to Our Emerging Reporters Program

Are you a college student of color interested in doing great journalism? ProPublica wants to help.

ProPublica Is Hiring an Audience Insights Manager (Contract)

We’re looking for an experienced analyst to help us make sense of the ProPublica audience.

ProPublica Illinois Is Looking for a Reporting Fellow

Do you love investigative reporting and want to do more of it, working alongside some of the most accomplished journalists in the business?

We’re Hiring an Office Manager for ProPublica Illinois

ProPublica is seeking a bright, self-motivated and well-organized administrative professional to join the ProPublica Illinois headquarters in Chicago as the office manager.

Doctor’s Records in U.S. Doping Investigation Don’t Match Patients’ Copies

Houston endocrinologist Jeffrey Brown was also part of a 2015 investigation by ProPublica and the BBC of the Nike Oregon Project and coach Alberto Salazar.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Freelance Editorial Designer

ProPublica Is Hiring a Reporter to Cover the Intersection of Cyber and National Security

Prosecutors Race to Keep Notorious Angel-of-Death Behind Bars

Texas is scheduled to release Genene Jones, a former nurse and suspected serial killer of children, early next year. Today, prosecutors in San Antonio moved to prevent her release, bringing a new murder charge against Jones in connection with the death of a child 35 years ago.

ProPublica Is Hiring (More!) Reporters

We are looking for reporters to join one of America’s most innovative investigative newsrooms.
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