The Data That Shows We Still Don't 'Say Her Name'
Black women are killed by police at a disproportionately high rate. But even the best-known cases are unknown to the public and overlooked by media.
Breonna Taylor is the only Black woman killed by police whose case is familiar to most Americans. And a Newsy analysis shows even the highest-profile women's cases receive only a small fraction of the coverage generated by police killings of men.
The #SayHerName campaign aims to raise awareness of the connection between race and police violence and make sure the stories of Black women are being told.
How To Shrink Cows’ Huge Carbon Footprint
Are cows a problem for climate? It depends on how you raise them. Here's how regenerative grazing could help offset the greenhouse gas they emit.By Newsy
Rethinking Public Health Funding When A Pandemic Is Our Biggest Threat
Newsy's Datalogue series explores bolstering public health systems with larger budgets to arm the country with stronger pandemic preparedness.By Newsy
What Most Voters Get Wrong About 'The Other Side'
Newsy's Datalogue series breaks down the "perception gap" that makes American politics seem even more polarized than they really are.By Jennifer Smart / Newsy
What does it cost to have cancer?
An oncologist and parents of kids with cancer share how the costs of treatment can hinder or even completely prevent a patient from getting care.By San Francisco Chronicle / AP
Life-saving drugs costs thousands in the US. Can laws change that?
Prescription drugs are often priced higher in the U.S. than in other countries, but some legislation is trying to cut costs.By AP
Meet Hal, a robot helping future nurses treat patients in real time
Nursing students are using artificial intelligence and robots to train for real life patients' symptoms and concerns.By Scripps News