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1. The Original Underclass -Alec McGillis and ProPublica - The Atlantic Magazine

The Original Underclass -Alec McGillis and ProPublica - The Atlantic Magazine

Poor white Americans’ current crisis shouldn’t have caught the rest of the country as off guard as it has. Text version is published here: http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/09/the-original-underclass/492731/

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2. When Evidence Says No, But Doctors Say Yes - The Atlantic - David Epstein and ProPublica

When Evidence Says No, But Doctors Say Yes - The Atlantic - David Epstein and ProPublica

Years after research contradicts common practices, patients continue to demand them and doctors continue to deliver. The result is an epidemic of unnecessary and unhelpful treatment.

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3. Guilty Until Proven Innocent - The Atlantic - Megan Rose and ProPublica

Guilty Until Proven Innocent - The Atlantic - Megan Rose and ProPublica

When DNA evidence exonerated two men convicted in a 1987 murder, one took his chances on a retrial to overturn his conviction. The other accepted a special deal from prosecutors and left prison immediately—as a convicted murderer. Read text edition here: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/1857/11/what-does-an-innocent-man-have-to-do-to-go-free-plead-guilty/539001/

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4. Caught in the Bankruptcy Feedback Loop - The Atlantic - Paul Kiel and ProPublica

Caught in the Bankruptcy Feedback Loop - The Atlantic - Paul Kiel and ProPublica

Black Americans are far less likely than their white peers to successfully erase their debts in court—and a network of attorneys profits as a result.

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5. How Journalists Need to Begin Imagining the Unimaginable

How Journalists Need to Begin Imagining the Unimaginable

Journalist Masha Gessen, who spent years reporting from Putin’s Russia, shares her thoughts on what journalists should be on watch for with the incoming U.S. administration.

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6. What You Need to Know About Authoritarianism

What You Need to Know About Authoritarianism

We spoke with Amanda Taub, who delved deep into the research on what prompts people to support authoritarian leaders.

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7. The Breakthrough: Behind the Scenes of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Bid for President

The Breakthrough: Behind the Scenes of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Bid for President

Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes didn’t know their book would be called ‘Shattered,’ or that their extraordinary access would let them chronicle the mounting signs of a doomed campaign.

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9. The Breakthrough: The FBI’s Secret Rules

The Breakthrough: The FBI’s Secret Rules

The Breakthrough: The FBI’s Secret Rules

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10. "Did you use any WikiLeaks cables?"

ProPublica is using the chat app WhatsApp to discussion the ProPublica/Frontline investigation "Firestone and the Warlord" with Liberians and people throughout the world. Here are a few of the answers. The questions are in the titles.

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11. Hacking the American College Application Process

Hacking the American College Application Process

How a team of reporters uncovered a culture of cheating among East Asian college prep companies

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12. How Journalists Need to Go Beyond Fact Checking Trump

How Journalists Need to Go Beyond Fact Checking Trump

We spoke with political science professor Brendan Nyhan about President-Elect Trump's lies and how reporters should handle them.

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13. How Did the Flint Water Crisis Happen?

How Did the Flint Water Crisis Happen?

Podcast: Flint Journal reporter Ron Fonger tells ProPublica editor-in-chief Stephen Engelberg how the city’s water crisis unfolded over nearly two years and what’s being done to fix it.

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14. The Breakthrough: Meet the Reporter Who Went Undercover in the Hermit Kingdom

The Breakthrough: Meet the Reporter Who Went Undercover in the Hermit Kingdom

Author Suki Kim taught English at a boarding school for North Korea’s young elites. Here’s how she pulled it off.

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15. Podcast: Reporters Debate: To Feed the Twitter Trolls, or Not?

Podcast: Reporters Debate: To Feed the Twitter Trolls, or Not?

Jesse Eisinger, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Lois Beckett and Charles Ornstein tackle the ups and downs of the obligatory public persona.

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16. The Roots, Rhetoric and Remedies of Europe’s Migrant Crisis Explained

The Roots, Rhetoric and Remedies of Europe’s Migrant Crisis Explained

ProPublica senior reporter Sebastian Rotella gives context behind the headlines on the refugee crisis gripping Europe.

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17. The Breakthrough: The $2 Drug Test

The Breakthrough: The $2 Drug Test

We’re relaunching our podcast with a new format and new name, starting with three special episodes. This week: how ProPublica reporters discovered police departments nationwide use a $2 test for detecting drugs that can send innocent people to jail.

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18. The Breakthrough: How Reporters Really Use Unnamed Sources

The Breakthrough: How Reporters Really Use Unnamed Sources

The most influential reporting on the Trump administration has relied on unnamed sources. Here’s the story behind them.

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19. Podcast: Headline Writing With NYT Guru

Podcast: Headline Writing With NYT Guru

Kyle Massey on what catches readers’ attention, and why the “paper of record” never would have written, “Headless Body in Topless Bar.”

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