Masking Up for the Long Haul: COVID-19 Won’t Go Away Quickly
Even with an approved vaccine, the coronavirus will likely be with Americans until late 2021, says a top infectious disease specialist.
Stress and Other Adverse Childhood Events Have an Effect on Health into Adulthood
726,000 Americans have lost their health insurance. Pediatricians visits are down. Moms tell doctors they cannot buy food for today.
The World’s Poor Have Been Hit Hardest by COVID, Reflecting Longstanding Health Trends
Leading public health experts Sir Michael Marmot and Dr. Otis Brawley detail the connection between poverty and poor health. Life expectancy for some Americans is dropping.
TikTok and WeChat are just the beginning. Whoever win the White House in 2021, expect more debates on which data truly threaten national security, and why.
Cybertheft. Data espionage. Blackmail. Propaganda. Digital Authoritarianism. How can journalists report critically on risk vs. hype?
What the huge infusion of federal money means for the nation’s long-term fiscal health.
The federal government has committed trillions to prop up the economy. How – and when – will it eventually pay for it?
Tips for Covering Initiatives and Referendums
From minimum wage to policing reforms, Nov. 3 ballots list scores of initiatives and referendums.
Carnegie Mellon University resource pulls in 800 different data layers to allow reporters to document a changing planet.
A news graphics designer shares tips for producing simple but well-designed graphics to illustrate your stories.
Podcasting is the current “it” thing in journalism. An NPR veteran explains how to do it.
To watch all the video in C-SPAN’s library would take a quarter of a century. Here’s how journalists can make use of it.
Knowing what your competitors and sources are tweeting and posting can help you stay on top of a beat.
Florida Journalists Use Technology to Show Failing Schools