Kim Hart, Axios

Kim Hart

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Past articles by Kim:

Coronavirus crisis expected to drag neighborhoods deeper into poverty

A new analysis found that neighborhoods that fall into poverty increasingly end up staying there. → Read More

Coronavirus lockdown leads to stressed-out parents

Working parents could burn out before they can even return to their offices. → Read More

The coronavirus is sending public transit into a death spiral

Ridership has collapsed, funding streams are squeezed, and there's not going to be a quick comeback. → Read More

The coronavirus economy will devastate those who can least afford it

The most vulnerable will be hit hardest. → Read More

This year's census may be the toughest count yet

Technological hurdles and increased distrust in government could cause problems. → Read More

Homelessness isn't just a big city problem

Homelessness is on the rise in many of America's biggest and most expensive cities — but it's a growing problem in rural areas, too. Why it matters: People experiencing homelessness are often harder to count in rural areas and they have a harder time accessing support programs in small towns with fewer resources. The big picture: Homelessness in the U.S. has risen for a third consecutive year,… → Read More

TV battles spill into streaming

A contract dispute between Roku and Fox risked a Super Bowl blackout. → Read More

Cities are fighting over 5G with telecom carriers and federal regulators

Cities are in a battle over how new 5G antennas will be scattered. → Read More

Cities outside Silicon Valley begin to get more venture capital investment

But California still leads by a wide margin. → Read More

Cities see signs of recession on the horizon

The impact of changing economic conditions are felt by cities sooner than at the national level. → Read More

The striking upward mobility gap between black and white men

Childhood environments are strong indicators of upward mobility, research shows. → Read More

How a chatbot boosted graduation rates at Georgia State

Students ask questions, and AI pulls the right answer out of a database or sends it to staff to respond. → Read More

Washington D.C.'s growing low-cost housing gap

The region needs 374,000 additional housing units by 2030. → Read More

The other housing crisis: Abandoned homes

Abandoned properties drag down the value of neighborhoods and reduce tax revenues for cities → Read More

Exclusive: Mark Warner wants Google, Facebook to put a price on your data

A new bill being introduced Monday by Sen. Mark Warner and Sen. Josh Hawley would require tech companies to tell users how much their personal data is worth → Read More

SpaceX, Blue Origin drive private growth on Florida's Space Coast

The private space tech ecosystem is still young, and local officials are trying to boost the fledgling startup scene. → Read More

The war for your internet connection

Owning the broadband pipes is becoming just as important as owning the content that flows through them → Read More

Privacy policies are read by an aging few

Most people skip right to the "I agree" box on a privacy policy without actually reading it, according to an Axios-SurveyMonkey poll. → Read More

Genetic testing firms share your DNA data more than you think

Genealogy tests have grown popular without most consumers realizing that their data could be used for other purposes. → Read More

Devices dominate teenagers' social lives

72% of teens believe that tech companies manipulate users to spend more time on devices. → Read More