Who Was Responsible For Fake News?
Using Facebook’s Own Data to Understand the Platform’s Role in Jan. 6 by Brooke Stephenson ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for ... Read More
When Billionaires Don’t Pay Taxes, People “Lose Faith in Democracy”
Series: The Secret IRS Files by Jesse Eisinger, Jeff Ernsthausen and Paul Kiel ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big ... Read More
A Push to Remove LGBTQ Books in One County Could Signal Rising Partisanship on School Boards
A Texas county’s refusal to remove two books from the children’s section of the library sparked a yearslong political battle. Now school board races have ... Read More
The Return of the Regulators
Like them or revile them, federal agencies seem poised to regain some of their traditional powers under the new administration. But it’s not clear how ... Read More
“This Political Climate Got My Brother Killed”: Officer Brian Sicknick Died Defending the Capitol. His Family Waits for Answers.
Brian David Sicknick, 42, died of injuries sustained while trying to protect the Capitol. Family members say they don’t want his death politicized. But they ... Read More
“Defendant Shall Not Attend Protests”: In Portland, Getting Out of Jail Requires Relinquishing Constitutional Rights
A dozen protesters facing federal charges are barred from going to “public gatherings” as a condition of release from jail — a tactic one expert ... Read More
The Quiet Rooms
Children are being locked away, alone and terrified, in schools across Illinois. Often it's against the law. By Jennifer Smith Richards, Jodi S. Cohen and ... Read More