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 stock performance and Americans' personal economies.
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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.
As the COVID-19 recession wears on, more Americans are turning to credit cards to cover everyday expenses, like rent.
Researchers have begun to explore how a new emphasis on telemedicine relates to persistent racial and ethnic disparities in U.S. health care.
Josh Neufeld uses comics journalism to explain racial health disparities and related misinformation during the coronavirus pandemic and the 1918 flu pandemic.
Most Latino, Black and Native American households have experienced serious financial problems during the coronavirus outbreak -- and Latinos have fared worst -- finds a new survey.
As wildfires scorch Oregon, California and Washington, two papers offer new detail on the intersection of temperature, mortality and place.
Colleges that compete in Power Five athletic conferences use revenue from men's basketball and football to fund sports that tend to lose money and draw wealthier students.