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Paulina Velasco

Latest Stories from Paulina (59)

Teachers spend hundreds of dollars on back to school supplies

by Adriene Hill and Paulina Velasco Aug 11, 2017
We spoke with a Los Angeles teacher about the school supplies she buys for her classroom each year, and what she wishes the school budget would cover.
A school teacher shops for back to school supplies in California. 
Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Detroit's chief storyteller says it's time to talk to about neighborhoods that persevered

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Jul 24, 2017
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
Aaron Foley says he heard about the Detroit race riots at home, and “hardly anybody wanted to really go in depth and talk about.” Above, a group of men in Detroit construct a barricade to keep their street safe during the 1967 riots.
Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images
My Economy

A tale of two minimum wages

by Paulina Velasco Jun 30, 2017
Young women in Louisiana and Los Angeles talk about getting by in the bottom tax brackets.
Protesters gathered at a rally for minimum wage in New York City. 
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How to help your pup keep calm and carry on this Fourth of July

by Paulina Velasco Jun 30, 2017
Firework pharmacopeia for our furry friends.
A dog wearing an American flag.
Hector Retamal/AFP/GettyImages

Tired of waiting for Congress, majority of U.S. states have raised their minimum wage

by Paulina Velasco and Jana Kasperkevic Jun 30, 2017
Is federal minimum wage still a thing?
Whole Foods Market employees and union activists protest outside a Whole Foods Market store, calling on the company to increase its wages to $15 an hour.
Scott Olson/Getty Images

A former coal miner's take on the declining industry

by Paulina Velasco Jun 23, 2017
It's a small part of Kentucky's economy, but it plays a big role in politics.
Courtesy of Gary Bentley

Crowdfunding for your life

by Paulina Velasco Jun 23, 2017
The online safety net may not be without its gaping holes.
Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images

For many Haitians, street dispensaries are the only source of medicine

by Hayley Hershman and Paulina Velasco Jun 16, 2017
What’s a street dispensary? It’s “a sort of chemical Babel Tower,” according to Arnaud Robert, who reported on these Haitian pharmacies for the June 2017 issue of National Geographic. But the street vendors are not pharmacists, and their wares are not…

Grilling industry leader gives us some tips for this weekend's barbecue

by Paulina Velasco Jun 16, 2017
Chances are, you're probably grilling this weekend.
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Crispr inventor worries about the unintended consequences of gene editing

by Molly Wood and Paulina Velasco Jun 16, 2017
Jennifer Doudna says the real value in the technology is that it 'opens up opportunities for applications.'
DOE Joint Genome Institute via VisualHunt