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On the Beat
Social workers interviewed by our LIFELINES team suggested journalists show patience, curiosity and respect for the field while reporting on social work.
How to report on a violent death in the family? The reporters behind "Grace Through Grief" share their experience.
"Deadly Delays" exposes how babies are at risk of death and brain damage as they wait on delayed test results. Get the story behind the story that prompted hospitals to action.
How a Baltimore Sun reporter covered the story of the first man to testify before Congress about being sexual assaulted in the military.
A reporter tackles stories of sexual assault –– with sensitivity and a sympathetic ear.
The story behind “Lost Friends,” a multimedia project focused on the stories of eight students who have been personally affected by gun violence in their neighborhood.
One reporter looks into education on Native American reservations –– but first she has to convince them she's not another documentary filmmaker hunting for "poverty porn."
Journalist Melissa del Bosque of The Texas Observer explains how she reported the four stories that are part of her Beyond the Border series in The Guardian.
A Texas mother share her experiences with her teenaged son, who has bipolar disorder, with a CNN reporter in a long-form story.
A Washington Post reporter follows the family of a man with schizoaffective disorder "as they struggle to accept his worsening condition with no clear way to help him."