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Blair Hickman is ProPublica's community editor. Previously, she led online editorial and outreach strategy for Dowser Media. Prior to that, she was a multimedia assistant for the PBS series "Women, War & Peace" and a writer for Mediaite, focusing on news and emerging media. She's contributed content to a range of publications, including Jezebel, the New York Daily News and Patch. Hickman is a graduate of NYU's Journalism's Studio20 and Brown University's Nonfiction Writing program.

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Top MuckReads: Toxic Chemicals, Sexual Abuse and ‘Hiroshima’ War Tactics

The best watchdog journalism of the past week.

The Best, Most Disgusting Reporting on Food Safety

Because really — what could be more important than the food on your plate?

The Best Watchdog Journalism on Campaign Finance

This week, we’re exposing the world of campaign finance post-Citizens United, the 2010 Supreme Court case that opened the door to super PACs.

Top MuckReads: Poisoned Backyards, Picturing PTSD, and Regulators on the Run

The best accountability journalism of the past week.

Top MuckReads: Bahrain’s PR, Juvenile Detention and a Jump in Justifiable Homicides

The best accountability journalism of the past week.

Four Big Takeaways From This Week’s Fracking Talk

In case you couldn’t make it, or don’t have time to watch the hour-plus recording, we pulled out the highlights.

The Best Watchdog Journalism On Fracking

A special edition of Top #Muckreads in advance of a ProPublica Tenement Talk on “The Perils and Promise of Fracking.”

Ask Charles Ornstein and Tracy Weber Your Questions on Our Healthcare System

Pulitzer Prize-winning healthcare reporters will be answering reader questions in a Facebook chat on Wednesday, April 4 at 2 p.m.

Top MuckReads: Slavery, Spying and Fiction-Free Factories Investigation

The best accountability journalism of the past week.

We’re Experimenting with Pinterest. What Do You Think?

Everybody’s pinning. We want to know if you use the photo-sharing social network – and what you think of it.

Top MuckReads: School Cheating and Dubious Debt Collection

The best accountability journalism of the past week.

Bulls, Bears, and Bailouts: The Top 10 Questions From Our Wall Street Q&A

Yesterday, our Pulitzer-winning Wall Street reporter Jesse Eisinger fielded reader’s questions. Here are 10 of the best. 

Top MuckReads: Aging Reactors and Summer Camp Sex Offenders

The most damning journalism of the past week.

Top MuckReads: Internet Clones, AIG’s Tax-Fueled Profit and The Deadliest Place in Mexico

The most damning journalism of the past week.

This Week’s Top MuckReads: Faulty Birth Control, Abuse of Disabled, and Bad Bank Landlords

The most damning journalism of the past week.

The Best, Most Revealing Reporting on the Foreclosure Crisis

Our roundup of standout reporting on the foreclosure mess.

Top MuckReads: Mosque Surveillance and Bain’s Political Preferences

The top investigative or accountability journalism from Feb. 3-10.

Top MuckReads: Forgotten Fugitives, FDA Spies and Squashing Soldiers’ Suits

The top investigative or accountability journalism from Jan. 28 to Feb. 2.
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