AZCIR Awarded $5,000 Data Project Grant from IRE, Google

Part of our mission at the Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting is to bring transparency to our public officials through accountability reporting. At times, it can be a daunting task to collect, analyze and... Read more »

Governing with moxie: How Michelle Lujan Grisham got on Joe Biden’s shortlist

When Michelle Lujan Grisham was a representative in Congress, she often shared a commute with Beto O’Rourke. They met up on connecting flights to D.C., sometimes in the Dallas airport, sometimes in... Read more »

GI Program to Educate Veterans Fails Accountability Test

By Meg Wagner, Anthony Cave and Hannah Winston, News21 The Post-9/11 GI Bill has paid for nearly 1 million veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to go to school at a cost... Read more »

GOP ad misrepresents Bullock’s health care stance

An attack ad, which was released in mid-July, states that Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a Democratic candidate for the Senate, supports a government-run health care program that would wreak havoc on the... Read more »

Revealed: Homeless housing trust accused of letting down domestic violence victims in £400-a-week rooms

A social housing entrepreneur has resigned amid allegations the housing association he founded failed to provide adequate tax-payer funded support for domestic violence victims and other vulnerable tenants. Stephen Dellar, who was himself once... Read more »

Rogue immune system reactions hint at an early treatment for COVID-19

Giving drugs called interferons early in the disease may help prevent later immune overreactions In severe cases of COVID-19, a person’s immune system throws everything it has at the coronavirus, but some... Read more »

How some Mississippi teens are saving their town from climate change

The Hechinger Report is a national nonprofit newsroom that reports on one topic: education. Sign up for our weekly newsletters to get stories like this delivered directly to your inbox. This story was produced... Read more »

Federal judge says Texas still needs oversight to fix its ‘broken’ foster care system

This story was originally published by Folo Media, Federal judge says Texas still needs oversight to fix its ‘broken’ foster care system In a 116-page order, U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack... Read more »

Keeping the river and its ecosystems ‘alive enough’ during dry spells

Actor and author Will Rogers once famously described the Rio Grande in the 1930s as “the only river I saw that needed irrigation.” “That’s kind of what we’re doing,” said Mike Hamman,... Read more »

Gov. Greg Abbott will skip Republican National Convention to deal with coronavirus

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to speed on the most essential Texas news. Gov. Greg Abbott will skip the Republican National Convention later this month... Read more »