Reveal looks back to a nearly forgotten 1898 election in North Carolina. A coup d’etat gave birth to much of the structural racism that exists today.
The Public Interest Legal Foundation, a conservative nonprofit, has a long history of claiming voter fraud but getting its facts wrong.
Census field workers say faulty technology is hampering the decennial count.
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Three out of four Americans without reliable high-speed internet access live in urban areas. Most haven’t connected because they can’t afford it.
Online learning works only if you can get online. We explore why tens of thousands of families are caught on the wrong side of the digital divide.
Policies incentivized sick and vulnerable workers to report for duty. Masks and gloves were forbidden. Confusion reigned within chains.
Farmworkers, grocery store clerks and airline employees are on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. But what’s being done to protect them?
Quarantines are supposed to contain the new coronavirus, but are the right people going into isolation, and are federal guidelines strong enough?
Mobile acute care hospitals, ventilators and N95 respirators were stocked, but state leaders refused to allocate funds to maintain them.
The Government Accountability Office says the move entails new risks because the backup system was not tested extensively.