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3 Ways Journalists Use Twitter to Beef Up Their Investigations

Twitter has earned itself a bad reputation in the past few years due to the amount

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How to Localize Affordable Housing

Many Americans are spending a significant portion of their income on housing. High costs affect family

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Rejected License Plates: a Fun Story Idea to Keep Your Readers Engaged

License Plates are typically a random configuration of numbers and letters that our eyes barely register.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Corporate Social Responsibility

What is corporate social responsibility? Businessdictionary.com defines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a sense of responsibility

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A Guide to For-Profit Universities

What are for-profit colleges? For-profit colleges are operated by owners or investors versus the government, a

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Reporting Not Just About, but for Low Income People

Thirty six percent of Americans are financially fragile, according to NEFE. That’s about one in three

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Pushing Dollars: A Guide to Zombie Debt

The average American has “about 38,000 in personal debt, excluding home mortgage,” a $1,000 increase from

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Reporting on The “Fight for $15”

According to a Congressional Budget Office analysis, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour for

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3 Top Retirement Regrets to Banish

The three “legs” on the traditional retirement planning model—Social Security, pensions, and personal savings—have been wobbly

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Reporting on School Lunch Debt

A third grader in California recently made headlines for paying off his fellow classmates’ lunch debt

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