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Justin Stabley is a digital editor at the PBS NewsHour.
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Arts Oct 28This curator shows how art becomes a lifeline for those in and out of prison
For Fleetwood, who was named a 2021 MacArthur fellow, the project was originally a way to reflect on her family’s legacy and what she could do to highlight what she considers a great injustice to her community.
Politics Oct 19WATCH: Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Bannon in contempt of Congress, says ‘we won’t take no as an answer’
Last week, Bannon defied a request from a committee subpoena demanding he hand over documents and provide testimony on his communications with Trump days before hundreds of pro-Trump rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol building.
Economy Sep 14How restaurants have innovated to face the pandemic
From QR code menus to the adoption of pickup and delivery options to total organizational shifts, food industry businesses and workers across America have had to change or innovate in the face of COVID-19 and its economic impacts.
Politics Jul 015 takeaways from the Trump Organization indictment on tax crimes
The indictment alleges a “scheme to defraud” tax authorities at the federal, state and city level in New York through tax evasion that occured since at least 2005.
Nation Jun 10COVID-19 changed public transportation. Here’s how.
As more Americans get vaccinated and many start returning to workplaces, transit agencies see this transition to a post-pandemic society as an opportunity to fundamentally change how public transit works.
Nation May 10How Muslim families are celebrating a second pandemic Ramadan
This week will mark the end of Ramadan, and even though vaccinations, mask mandates and social distancing have slowed the spread of COVID-19, the pandemic is still hampering what’s meant to be a deeply communal holiday.
Economy Mar 31People leaving prison have a hard time getting jobs. The pandemic has made things worse
In the best of economic times, formerly incarcerated people face an uphill battle to find full-time employment, facing administrative hurdles, social stigma and emotional health issues from their time in prison.
Politics Mar 15WATCH: Psaki admits conditions are ‘not acceptable’ in child migrant facilities
During a White House news briefing on Monday, PBS NewsHour correspondent Yamiche Alcindor asked Press Secretary Jen Psaki about the conditions in child migrant facilities along the southern U.S. border.
Economy Mar 12For transgender people, finding housing has become even harder during the pandemic
Pre-coronavirus, LGBTQ people, particularly transgender and gender non-conforming people, were deeply impacted by housing insecurity in the United States.
Politics Jan 15WATCH: American Reckoning – A PBS NewsHour Special Report
PBS NewsHour anchor Judy Woodruff was joined by senior national correspondent Amna Nawaz and national correspondent William Brangham to talk about what steps the nation might take to heal from the recent attack on American democracy.