Jesse Hyde
Jesse Hyde is the assistant editor of the enterprise team. He graduated from Brigham Young University and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. He has been a finalist for the Livingston Award and the John Bartlow Martin Award for Public Interest Magazine Journalism.

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China is dealing with a “demographic time bomb" as its population ages and its emerging economy needs younger workers, and more of them.
There’s also a strong correlation between hunger and gender inequalities. According to the World Food Program, the countries with the highest rates of gender inequality also have the highest rates of hung...
A new study argues that one of the unintended consequences of welfare reform is the dramatic increase in families with children living on cash incomes of $2 a day or less.
Research shows that people relate to the suffering of one as a tragedy, but tune out broader suffering as a statistic. Is there a way to help people care about distant problems and global poverty?
Thanksgiving was a week away, Christmas around the corner, and I was thousands of miles away from my family, standing in the courtyard of a home that somehow survived the greatest storm that had ever hit land.
Stories of heartache and survival put focus clearly on the importance of family helping family.
Much of the international media have moved on, now that the bodies have been removed from the streets. But one Spanish Fork man here to help knows the real work is just beginning in the Philippines.
As the international recovery effort enters its second week, the attention of LDS church leaders here is to get water, food, blankets and more to those in need, particularly in hard-to-reach villages.
For 10 LDS sister missionaries trapped in the rising waters of Typhoon Haiyan, fear gave way to faith in a dramatic story of survival
Over the past two years, Shelley Clay has helped 220 people like Malkaline through an innovative nonprofit program called the Apparent Project, which she runs out of her house in Port-Au-Prince.