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As Congress probes why the IRS flagged Tea Party applications, we offer some context on the rise of political social welfare nonprofits.
A timeline of the Obama administration’s aggressive campaign against government leakers.
ProPublica's job is to report the news rather than to make news ourselves, but sometimes we find an article of ours to be itself a subject of public debate. Last week was such a time, when two articles we had published back in December and January became the subject of significant attention.
ProPublica editor-in-chief Steve Engelberg sat down with Kim Barker to talk about the burgeoning IRS scandal and ProPublica’s role in it.
Unsatisfied with answers so far, leaders of the House veterans’ panel ask defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to explain why Army units can’t find field records from Iraq and Afghanistan.
In case you missed it, here's some key takeaways from our discussion with journalists covering Guantanamo.
The IRS division responsible for flagging Tea Party groups has long been an agency afterthought, beset by mismanagement, and financial constraints.
As part of our ongoing investigation into patient safety, ProPublica reporters Marshall Allen and Olga Pierce produced this interactive story in collaboration with PBS Frontline and Ocupop during a May 11-16 hackathon.
Prescription data obtained by ProPublica show wide use of antipsychotics, narcotics and other drugs dangerous for older adults, but Medicare officials say it's not their job to look for unsafe prescribing or weed out doctors with troubled backgrounds.
Jabbar Collins spent 16 years in prison for murder before he won his freedom and a chance to take on the man who put him behind bars. ProPublica examines the career of that prosecutor, Michael Vecchione, the allegations against him, and what strikes many as an inexplicable lack of accountability.
ProPublica is tracking the financial ties between doctors and medical companies.
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