Full story - December 19, 2018
Two men extend their hands for a handshake
Ukrainian steel magnate Victor Pinchuk’s foundation had previously paid John Bolton six figures for speaking engagements.
Full story - December 12, 2018
A line of people sit on a panel in front of a large crowd. Behind them, the backdrop says "Russia calling!"
New documents show gala invites, a charismatic CEO and high-powered lobbyists burnished the image of VTB, a state-owned Russian bank.
Full story - December 10, 2018
Four women are lined up for a group picture.
Little-used provisions in federal election law can help.
Full story - November 05, 2018
a shrine at an accident scene
In the shadow of Cesar Chavez, a turnout drive seeks to engage Latinos upset over Trump’s policies.
Full story - October 30, 2018
A young woman wearing a purple headdress marches in a rally with Standing Rock Sioux Nation
North Dakota's tribes — with celebrity help — are mobilizing members ahead of midterm elections. “We will not be silenced by the blatant efforts to rob our people of our voice," said four tribes in a joint press release.
Full story - October 24, 2018
A bearded veteran sits outside a tent smoking a cigarette.
Army Maj. Brian Arthur Hampton has spent most of the groups’ money on telemarketers — and himself. "Virtually none of that money goes to any public purpose," said James C. Edgar, who filed the complaint to the IRS against Hampton.
Full story - October 18, 2018
downtown yazoo city
To understand how Yazoo City got to where it is today, you have to look to a past scarred by centuries of abuses of one race against another.
Full story - October 18, 2018
tattered textbooks at a school in mississippi
Who will help Yazoo City children escape a future of poverty and underemployment?
Full story - October 16, 2018
Abandoned homes in Hyde Park neighborhood.
Trump’s housing agenda looms large over Missouri’s critical US Senate race.
Full story - October 12, 2018
an unfinished train track in fresno
In Fresno, California, a promised but stalled high-speed rail connection has been lauded as a panacea for the region's economic troubles. But some residents fear the imperiled project is just another false promise

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