The Democrats’ Bad Map

Hillary Clinton looks increasingly likely to win the White House, but her party faces a big obstacle to success in congressional races — Democrats are sorting themselves into geographic clusters where many of their votes… Read More


Red Cross ‘Failed for 12 Days’ After Historic Louisiana Floods

Documents show local officials were irate over the Red Cross’ poor response to the massive disaster. by Derek Kravitz, ProPublica In August, the country’s worst natural disaster since 2012’s Superstorm Sandy hit Louisiana. Flooding killed… Read More


In Wells Fargo Case, News Really Did Happen To An Editor

How ProPublica’s top editor failed to recognize that his personal experience with a mysterious bank fee was part of a much, much larger story. by Stephen Engelberg ProPublica Several years after I returned to New… Read More

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Discrimination by Design

The many ways design decisions treat people unequally. by Lena Groeger ProPublica This story was co-published with Source. A few weeks ago, Snapchat released a new photo filter. It appeared alongside many of the other… Read More