Latest from Hannah Dreier

To stay or to go?

Amid coronavirus outbreaks, migrants face the starkest of choices: Risking their lives in U.S. detention or returning home to the dangers they fled
  • Dec 26, 2020

In Pennsylvania, a Trump supporter sees his mural in a new light

Randy Bunch wanted people in town to see the president as he did — "a person who loves America and the people in it.” Would voters agree?
  • Nov 6, 2020

What to do about Ahav?

A mother’s fight to save a Black, mentally ill 11-year-old boy in a time of a pandemic and rising racial unrest.
  • Oct 24, 2020

Coronavirus updates: Labor Day could fuel another rise in infections if people aren’t cautious, experts say

This weekend presents challenges that didn’t exist earlier this summer, including schools resuming and a wider spread of infections overall.
  • Sep 5, 2020
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Can police learn to de-escalate?

Police officers around the country are fielding an increasing number of mental-health calls. A look into how one department is training its officers to handle them. Plus, how gospel choirs are adapting to the pandemic’s socially distanced reality.
  • Jul 30, 2020

The worst-case scenario

Converging in Huntsville: A white police officer fresh from de-escalation training, a troubled black woman with a gun, and a crowd ready to record.
  • Jul 24, 2020

Killing of black man in Atlanta puts spotlight anew on police, as prosecutors contemplate charges against officer

The Fulton County district attorney said he will decide this week whether to press charges against the officer who killed Rayshard Brooks.
  • Jun 14, 2020

Democrats call for justice, accountability after Atlanta police shooting

"A man was murdered because he was asleep in a drive-through and we know that this is not an isolated occurrence," former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said.
  • Jun 14, 2020

Tatiana’s luck

She came to the U.S. legally and was trying to do everything right. Then came the coronavirus.
  • Jun 1, 2020

‘A recipe for disaster’: American prison factories becoming incubators for coronavirus

Unprotected inmates making masks and hand sanitizer are falling ill in increasing numbers
  • Apr 21, 2020