We asked our community how they felt about the American Medical Association designating obesity a disease. We used the responses on air on Radio Smart Talk. We also posted more responses online at http://www.transforminghealth.org/stories/2013/07/obesi…
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
People in the D.C. area shared questions about the impact of the Supreme Court’s DOMA ruling. A panel of experts answered those questions during The Kojo Nnamdi Show.
We asked members if they were more or less likely to do business or travel to Cuba in a post-Castro era.
The Telegraph used a PIN query to find local vets willing to share their experiences with the Department of Veterans Affairs’ claims process. This was part of a larger project pulled together by the Center for Investigative Reporting.
The Florida Roundup focused on the impacts of sea-level rise in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
KUHF held the event Destination Houston: Storytelling Sessions to capture the personal stories of immigrants who call the Bayou City home. As we celebrate this Independence Day weekend, KUHF’s weekly talk show, Houston Matters will explore these storie…
One member shared where he was going to watch the fireworks display in the city.
We heard from members who were hosting parties if they had plans to launch or watch fireworks.
Do a Google search on “How to get out of jury duty” and you’ll find what depths people sink to in the U.S. to avoid the one thing they’re required to do as a citizen. People act like jerks, claim racial biases, and pretend to be crazy.
To launch our new series #ProjectCitizen—which looks at the rights and responsibilities that come along with citizenship—we reached out to sources in the network to learn about their jury duty experiences.
We found Kelly Hagler through a query.