Our analysis finds that many states are not meeting their legal obligations to make information accessible.
By Richard Salame for Slate
The issue of policing is central to the 2021 New York City mayor’s race, which comes amid a spike in gun violence and at a time when the role of the police is very much in question.
By 2021 Wayne Barrett Fellow Jarrett Murphy for City Limits
After decades of discriminating against Black farmers and ignoring their complaints, the USDA is promising to do better. Again.
By Kathryn Joyce, Nathan Rosenberg & Bryce Stucki for Mother Jones
After 9/11, U.S. authorities used informants to secure hundreds of terror convictions. But did they help create plots where none existed?
By Rozina Ali for The New York Times Magazine
Do Yang’s comments on casinos, yeshivas and the teachers union suggest that his Mayoral campaign hasn’t done its homework?
By Type’s 2021 Wayne Barrett Fellow Jarrett Murphy for City Limits
Lightning-fast approval, murky paper trails, little hope of repayment: a popular form of energy-efficiency financing recalls the subprime lending crisis.
By Rebecca Burns fo Bloomberg Green
Type Media Center seeks a manager with 2+ years of operations and administrative experience to ensure the smooth operational functioning of a multifaceted nonprofit organization. Deadline: April 15.
Scholar Davarian L. Baldwin on how–and at what cost– universities across America have become big businesses and our cities their company towns.
Before leaving office, David Bernhardt ordered the Fish & Wildlife Service to advance a road project through a National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.
By Adam Federman for Politico Magazine