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What we're reading: recent investigations from across the country

Posted: June 12, 2018 | Tags: The Washington Post

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Since May, a number of investigations and in-depth stories brought various topics and issues across the country to light. The Washington Post's homicide database maps show unsolved murders in major U.S. cities. At the Center for Investigative Reporting, a collection of stories dive into immigration hardships, particularly since President Trump took office. This month, The Marshall Project and ProPublica published multimedia investigations exploring juvenile detention, a controversial murder trial, trauma after tragedy, corruption in Louisiana politics and psychiatric hospitalizations of children. Scroll below to read these latest stories.

 

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Murder With Impunity (Interactive Graphic)


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Workshop researcher reports on religion for the Post

Posted: March 24, 2016 | Tags: The Washington Post

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Ashley Campbell

Participating in The Washington Post Investigative Practicum was one of the many opportunities that led me to attend the American University graduate program in journalism. The experience has been more than I expected, as the faculty and Post staff worked to develop a position unique to my interest in religion. 

As a religion reporting intern for Acts of Faith, I have been able to talk to Morgan Freeman about God and contribute to the coverage of Pope Francis’ changes to Catholic rituals. This experience has let me work alongside religion reporters I’ve followed ...

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Post-Workshop partnership continues

Posted: Aug. 12, 2013 | Tags: The Washington Post

Today in The Washington Post, Alexia Campbell, the Investigative Reporting Workshop's Graduate Fellow, published her first investigative story. The story looks at how a city health program serving the elderly and disabled may have improperly cut them from the program, leaving some to fend for themselves.

Campbell highlights the case of Joyce McWain-Gray, 56, whose legs are paralyzed. McWain-Gray lost eight hours of care under the program, even though she was still eligible.

“The aide left a stack of adult diapers and a cooler of food next to McWain-Gray’s bed and left,” Campbell writes. “They helped me with ...

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Many Facebook users unaware of how to control their newsfeeds, adjust privacy settings

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30,000 across from White House demand 'families belong together'

The Trump administration missed the first of two deadlines to reunite children separated from their parents. The action came after public backlash mounted, and a federal judge issued a nationwide injunction to reunite families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border within 30 days. More than 30,000 people rallied in Washington on June 30 to demand the Trump administration reunite families immediately.

Newspaper circulation plummets — again

Newspaper circulation plummeted again last year, following the trend of decreased distribution since the early 2000s, according to a new Pew Research Center report released Wednesday.


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