How to Include Seniors in Trending Stories

How to Include Seniors in Trending Stories

By 2030, people 65 years and older will make up 12% of the world population, according

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Ways to Approach SNAP Locally

Income inequality and food insecurity have been a long-standing issue not only for the campaign trail,

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Beyond the Nine-to-Five: A Few Labor Stories to Try

Whether it’s tying up your whole identity in work or striving for a greater work-life balance,

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The Trove of U.S. Census Bureau Stories

The U.S. Census Bureau is one of the valuable tools a journalist can use. It can

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The Costs of Emergency Medical Transportation

Emergency transport, such as ambulances, can save lives–but not without a price. Although these services are

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Reynolds Weekly: June 10, 2019

FCC moves to kill robocalls The Federal Communications Commission has caught a lot of heat in

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Reynolds Weekly: May 27, 2019

Looking for business stories to cover? We’ve put together a list of resources and story ideas

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Drive-in movies make a comeback

With traditional movie theaters closed in many parts of the country due to the pandemic, drive-in

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Business Journalists Need to Cover Morality and Ethics on their Beat

You don’t sustain a career in journalist without constantly learning. Even if you’re a business journalist

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Investigative Reporting on Business

Investigative reporting allows you to reveal unethical business behavior that is harming investors and society at

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Things to Keep in Mind When Covering Marginalized Communities

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier this year led to demonstrations in all 50

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Reporting Lessons From May’s Job Numbers

Early in June 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs numbers for May.

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Will Companies on Your Beat Sink or Swim in the Coming Months?

The stock market is up! Oh, sorry, down! Ah, wait, up after all! Trying to follow

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Tips For Negotiating a Salary at a First Job

Graduating is hard. Finding a job is hard. Living through a pandemic is hard. Combining all

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Avoid Getting Played by ‘Polls’

Who confuses the coronavirus family and Corona beer? Earlier this year, it would seem like many

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Accounts to Follow for Covering Health Care

Even without a pandemic, health and the business of health care are always a hot topic

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Judging the Information You Get

There is no good journalism without information. But there are very different types: poor, decent, good,

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