Two recent surveys come to broadly different conclusions on how people used their their stimulus checks. One consistency between the two: People with less liquidity tended to part with their stimulus rather than save.
As journalists work to keep communities informed about COVID-19 vaccines, they need to consider questions about safety, distribution and adoption. We address three specific questions, focusing on policies and processes in the U.S.
Covering municipal bonds may seem fun as chewing cardboard. But they can affect the social and cultural character of places people live. These five studies explore the intersection of munis, racism, climate change and more.
“If you’re not interviewing a nurse you may be missing the best part of the story," says Diana Mason, a nurse, a professor at the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement at the George Washington University School of Nursing, and the former editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Nursing.