Three investigative journalists offer tips on how reporters should approach newsroom collaborations and how these partnerships can be more effective.
Kyle Hopkins revealed a dearth of police in the state with the highest rate of sexual violence.
Shane Dixon Kavanaugh uncovered dozens of cases of Saudi Arabians fleeing the U.S. after being charged with serious crimes.
Over two million U.S. adults with cardiovascular disease have smoked marijuana, and the substance may carry increased cardiovascular risks.
As we wind down 2019, Journalist's Resource is counting down our 10 most-read research roundups and articles of the year.
Research associates new policing tactics in Camden, NJ, with lower rates of gunshot patients at a major regional trauma center, part of a turnaround for a city once synonymous with violent crime.
New research reveals something unexpected about allergies: U.S. cities experiencing unusually high pollen counts also experience lower rates of reported violent crime.
There is research showing red flag laws may be effective in preventing suicides, but there appears to be minimal research associating red flag laws with reducing mass shootings.
We’ve gathered research that examines how journalists cover mass shootings, including how they portray shooters of different races, religious backgrounds.
Research finds a black man in the U.S. has a 1 in 1,000 chance of being killed by police during his lifetime -- 2.5 times the odds for a white man. This contextual data can gird stories about people killed by police.