A recent analysis of 64 protest events where counter-protesters showed up finds a rate of 2.2 arrests per right-leaning protest compared with 5.5 arrests per left-leaning protest.
“The stock market is not the economy” has been the phrase of the COVID-19 recession among business journalists and economists. Here's the research on the disconnect between stocks and Americans' personal economies.
Harvard Kennedy School researcher Joan Donovan, an expert on far-right extremism and misinformation campaigns, offers journalists four tips for covering Pro-Trump rallies and other activities.
Here are our 10 most-read posts of 2020, which supported journalists as they reported some of the decade's biggest news stories.
As 2020 thankfully nears its end, we’re taking a few moments to reflect on some of the JR pieces that meant the most to us this year.
For journalists who may be covering the topic, we curated and summarized several studies relevant to palliative care during COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 recession wears on, more Americans are turning to credit cards to cover everyday expenses, like rent.
This collection of academic research on presidential transitions examines the consequences of a rocky transfer of power.
Researchers have begun to explore how a new emphasis on telemedicine relates to persistent racial and ethnic disparities in U.S. health care.
Some 39% of households in the largest metro areas are represented by householders of color, but 53% of households that lack complete plumbing are represented by householders of color, finds new research.