Podcast: Patrick Radden Keefe of The New Yorker talks about his pre-Snowden muckraking and the art of weaving new nuggets and in-depth reporting for a can’t-miss narrative.
On ProPublica's latest podcast, author Masha Gessen talks about covering the Boston Marathon bombers, Vladimir Putin, and the challenges of telling a story without access to the main characters.
The roots of ISIS, the challenge of social media-era journalism, and observations from “the front lines of post-9/11 foreign policy.”
Charles Ornstein talks to reporter John Fauber about how the FDA approved five weight-loss drugs, despite the potential for serious side effects.
The acclaimed investigative reporter says journalists need to question Americans’ assumptions about how much privacy they should give up.
Sheila Coronel, a co-author of the investigation of Rolling Stone’s UVA story, talks about the question of punishment and lessons learned.
Joaquin Sapien on investigating the failure of a group home for children, from drug use, fights and suicide attempts to allegations of rape.
Jesse Eisinger, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Lois Beckett and Charles Ornstein tackle the ups and downs of the obligatory public persona.
An investigations editor says reporting doesn’t need labels – or grandiose packaging – to be interesting and informative.
In part two of our conversation, tales from a long investigative journalism career, including a decision to break confidentiality.
Robbins talks about his recent New York Times story, reporting on prisons, and getting the public to care about abuse of inmates.
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