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The Center for Public Integrity

Race relations in Yazoo City, Mississippi: A brief history

Today, Yazoo City Municipal School District is 98 percent black and near the bottom of the list in almost every measure of academic performa
How billionaires from other states are shaping this year's ballot measures

How billionaires from other states are shaping this year's ballot measures

More than 10 percent of money raised for ballot measures this year comes from out-of-state billionaires.
St. Louis' poorest residents ask: Why can't our houses be homes?

St. Louis' poorest residents ask: Why can't our houses be homes?

Trump’s housing agenda looms large over Missouri’s critical U.S. Senate race
How Washington unleashed fossil-fuel exports and sold out on climate

How Washington unleashed fossil-fuel exports and sold out on climate

To achieve what it calls “energy dominance,” the Trump administration has taken its cues from an unlikely source: its predecessor.
High-speed rail could transform Fresno.  Will Trump get on the train?

High-speed rail could transform Fresno. Will Trump get on the train?

Some residents fear the imperiled project is just another false promise
ICE data: Tens of thousands of deported parents have U.S. citizen kids

ICE data: Tens of thousands of deported parents have U.S. citizen kids

Deportations of parents of US kids are likely to rise, with a wider Trump net
What stands in the way of native American voters?

What stands in the way of native American voters?

Standing Rock residents must wrestle with a new voter ID law — and the legacy of unjust treatment and poverty
As oil and gas exports surge, West Texas becomes the world's 'extraction colony'

As oil and gas exports surge, West Texas becomes the world's 'extraction colony'

The United States is producing more fossil fuels than ever and selling them to the rest of the world.
The military’s weapons are vulnerable to hacking

The military’s weapons are vulnerable to hacking

Cybersecurity tests of new major weapons exposed simple passwords and other big software holes, according to government auditors
Out-of-state donors pour cash into Democrats' state races

Out-of-state donors pour cash into Democrats' state races

As redistricting decisions loom, state campaigns are getting a surge of attention and money
Reporting recipe: How to investigate out-of-state influence in 2018 races

Reporting recipe: How to investigate out-of-state influence in 2018 races

Use our data analysis to investigate out-of-state influence in your 2018 state races
Redistricting explained: All eyes on state races in 2018

Redistricting explained: All eyes on state races in 2018

State representatives and senators draw national attention every 10 years
'Hope to hopelessness': Will government step up after second storm?

'Hope to hopelessness': Will government step up after second storm?

A North Carolina county with little clout looks to Washington for help
How Trump's wall could kill a Texas border town

How Trump's wall could kill a Texas border town

Presidio’s relationship with Mexico is at times a life-and-death affair.
The closing of an international border: a brief history

The closing of an international border: a brief history

Restrictions on crossing the Mexican border strengthen or fade in cycles, depending on the economy, national sentiment, federal whims.
An uncertain future for America’s wind energy capital

An uncertain future for America’s wind energy capital

As federal subsidies are slated to expire, Texas officials re-examine future of wind turbines
How Trump's language led to a temporary halt to ending TPS

How Trump's language led to a temporary halt to ending TPS

Judge cites claims that Trump exhibited bias in comments about nonwhite immigrants
Homeland Security watchdog attacks ICE for dangers at immigrant detention center

Homeland Security watchdog attacks ICE for dangers at immigrant detention center

The private facility, run by GEO Group, came under fire for medical neglect and prohibited practices linked to suicide.
Family separations: What happened to the nursing baby?

Family separations: What happened to the nursing baby?

The Department of Homeland Security as a policy said it didn't separate children under five, but multiple claims have emerged.