Trucking companies have shorted drivers out of fair pay, forcing them into debt and threatening them into working longer hours, according to a USA TODAY Network investigation by UC Berkeley journalism alumni Brett Murphy, who began his reporting on the story as a student at the IRP.
A judge has agreed to hear new evidence in a California terrorism case, which was the subject of a series in The Intercept by IRP reporter Abbie VanSickle.
IRP’s Abbie VanSickle presents a comprehensive timeline of Trump’s relationship to Russia from 1986 to today for Medium.
As the House Intelligence Committee begins hearings on Russia and the 2016 election, here’s what we do and do not know, by IRP’s Abbie VanSickle for Huffington Post Politics.
In this collaboration with Common Sense Media and the Los Angeles Times, IRP’s Garrett Therolf was granted a special court order that allowed him to be present for one mother’s interactions with child protective services and the courts.
IRP’s Abbie VanSickle returns to her hometown of Delphi, Indiana to understand Trump’s appeal in this piece for the Huffington Post.
In this story for The Atlantic, the IRP’s Abbie VanSickle reports on juries asked to decide the future danger of a person to sentence them to death.
In this exclusive story published in Civil Beat and HuffPost Hawaii, the IRP’s Jason Paladino and Zachary Stauffer report on how pilot error, lack of training and command problems are to blame for the deadly helicopter crash off Oahu in January.
With guidance from the IRP, former journalism student Laura Klivans (’16) examines why and how kids end up in adult court and whether a 14-year-old convicted of first-degree murder can rehabilitate himself.
Former journalism student Theodore Andersen (’16) reports on how the East Bay community college district may have skirted conflict-of-interest rules. The story was reported with help from the IRP.
2015-16 IRP fellow Steve Fisher reports on the expensive way to get out of immigration detention in this story for Mother Jones.
In this piece for Newsweek, 2015-16 IRP fellow Steve Fisher reports on the plight of young adults from Central America, who fled to the U.S. as children and now face deportation and gang violence back home.
IRP’s new managing editor, John Temple, writes in The Atlantic about how he used the Internet to track down the man who saved his parents in Budapest during World War II.