Sean McMinn Sean McMinn is a data editor on NPR's Investigations team.
Sean McMinn at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., November 7, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley)
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The remains of a burned home from the Bobcat Fire in Juniper Hills, Calif., on Sept. 20, 2020. Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images hide caption

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Francis Dairy examines the damage on the property near the home he shared with his wife, Brenda Dairy, in Gates, Ore. The home was destroyed by the Beachie Creek Fire in 2020. Krista Rossow for NPR hide caption

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As Western Wildfires Worsen, FEMA Is Denying Most People Who Ask For Help

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Across The South, COVID-19 Vaccine Sites Missing From Black And Hispanic Neighborhoods

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As COVID-19 cases surge, the federal government is releasing data about hospital capacity at facilities around the country. Alex Edelman/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Data Release Shows Where Hospitals Around The Country Are Filling Up

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Medical staff prepare for an intubation procedure on a COVID-19 patient in a Houston intensive care unit. In some parts of the U.S., as hospitals get crowded, hospital leaders are worried they may need to implement crisis standards of care. Go Nakamura/Getty Images hide caption

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Even In COVID-19 Hot Spots, Many Colleges Aren't Aggressively Testing Students

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A satellite image shows smoke and some of the major fires in Western states on Sept. 13. Sean McMinn/NPR, Source: RAMMB/Colorado State University hide caption

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Two intensive care units at St. Luke's Health System hospitals filled up last week in Idaho. They began sending patients to the main facility in Boise. Sáša Woodruff/Boise State Public Radio hide caption

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Data Analysis: COVID-19 Is Filling Up Hospitals In Small Cities

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As Coronavirus Cases Surge, NPR Examines Hospital Capacity

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