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Images of migrant throngs are real, but so are individual life-or-death stories

Images of migrant throngs are real, but so are individual life-or-death stories

Analysis: Trump chief of staff John Kelly once said parents were trying to 'save their children' by getting them out of Central America

Surge of oil and gas flowing to Texas coastline triggers building boom, tensions

For Texas ports, the rise in oil and gas exports is a windfall. For some communities, it’s not so simple.

Center for Public Integrity staff forms union

Management voluntarily recognizes new bargaining unit
Democrats plan ‘aggressive’ oversight of Federal Election Commission

Democrats plan ‘aggressive’ oversight of Federal Election Commission

Among their concerns: agency vacancies, campaign finance law enforcement
Mining bitcoin to back political candidates?

Mining bitcoin to back political candidates?

Election watchdog asked to weigh in on new blockchain frontier in politics
Drilling overwhelms agency protecting America's lands

Drilling overwhelms agency protecting America's lands

The Bureau of Land Management is making it easier to produce oil and gas on federal acreage.
‘The good, the bad and the ugly’ of state worker safety programs

‘The good, the bad and the ugly’ of state worker safety programs

Some state-led worker safety programs are effective, while others are in trouble for not adequately protecting workers.
How did billionaire-backed ballot measures fare?

How did billionaire-backed ballot measures fare?

At least 25 out-of-state billionaires gave more than $70 million to initiatives nationwide. See how they fared.
Where money mattered and where it didn't

Where money mattered and where it didn't

This is where cash made the most impact in the 2018 election.
Tragic immigrant deaths fuel drive to ‘flip’ California GOP congressional district

Tragic immigrant deaths fuel drive to ‘flip’ California GOP congressional district

In shadow of Cesar Chavez, turnout drive seeks to engage Latinos upset over Trump’s policies
Why state attorneys general races are the next frontier for out-of-state influence

Why state attorneys general races are the next frontier for out-of-state influence

State attorneys general races are the next frontier for out-of-state influence. Races in Alabama, Ohio and Wisconsin highlight the change.
A #MeToo candidate is loved from afar, but faces a different kind of resistance at home

A #MeToo candidate is loved from afar, but faces a different kind of resistance at home

Called a ‘toxic hand grenade,’ Katie Muth wants to blow up Pennsylvania’s Democratic old boys' club
Pop-up PACs are spending big in Election 2018’s final days — but they're hiding their bankrollers

Pop-up PACs are spending big in Election 2018’s final days — but they're hiding their bankrollers

U.S. Senate candidates Beto O’Rourke and Jon Tester are among the beneficiaries of this 'dark money'