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  • They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities. . ProPublica reporters spent months trying to identify members of a new white supremacist group based in Southern California. Its members beat people up in Berkeley, Huntington Beach and Charlottesville. Heres who they are.
  • The makers of cancer drugs make vials with too much medication for many patients. The excess drugs are tossed in the trash but are still billed to patientscontributing to sky-high medical costs. . Take our quiz to see what you know (or can guess!) about medical waste and let us know how many questions you got right in the comments. . Visit ProPublica.org to read our full investigation.
  • ProPublica Quiz - Gerrymandering Edition . Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Gill v Whitford case, which considers the constitutionality of Wisconsins Republican Party redrawing legislative districts for partisan advantage. The case is being heralded as the definitive case about partisan gerrymandering. . Take our quiz and see if you can identify these gerrymandered districts. Let us know how many you got right in the comments!
  • ProPublica Quiz: Bankruptcy Edition . The bankruptcy system is supposed to help people who are overwhelmed by debt get back on their feet. But is the system actually helping people? . Our investigation found that black people struggling with debt are pushed into a certain kind of bankruptcy -- Chapter 13 -- more often than white debtors. Chapter 13 is particularly common in the South. But those Chapter 13 cases often fail to relieve debt. . Take our quiz and see what surprises you about our bankruptcy system. . If youve ever considered filing for bankruptcy, we want to hear your story. Just text hello to 317-707-6371 and help us better understand how people make decisions about bankruptcy.

They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities. . ProPublica reporters spent months trying to identify members of a new white supremacist group based in Southern California. Its members beat people up in Berkeley, Huntington Beach and Charlottesville. Heres who they are.

The makers of cancer drugs make vials with too much medication for many patients. The excess drugs are tossed in the trash but are still billed to patientscontributing to sky-high medical costs. . Take our quiz to see what you know (or can guess!) about medical waste and let us know how many questions you got right in the comments. . Visit ProPublica.org to read our full investigation.

ProPublica Quiz - Gerrymandering Edition . Last week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Gill v Whitford case, which considers the constitutionality of Wisconsins Republican Party redrawing legislative districts for partisan advantage. The case is being heralded as the definitive case about partisan gerrymandering. . Take our quiz and see if you can identify these gerrymandered districts. Let us know how many you got right in the comments!

ProPublica Quiz: Bankruptcy Edition . The bankruptcy system is supposed to help people who are overwhelmed by debt get back on their feet. But is the system actually helping people? . Our investigation found that black people struggling with debt are pushed into a certain kind of bankruptcy -- Chapter 13 -- more often than white debtors. Chapter 13 is particularly common in the South. But those Chapter 13 cases often fail to relieve debt. . Take our quiz and see what surprises you about our bankruptcy system. . If youve ever considered filing for bankruptcy, we want to hear your story. Just text hello to 317-707-6371 and help us better understand how people make decisions about bankruptcy.

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