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I'm assistant managing editor of ProPublica, where I've edited our Pulitzer Prize-winning series about Wall St. Previously, I wrote a column for Slate and was editor of Motherjones.com. I've also written for The New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, The New Republic, and elsewhere. And I'm the co-founder of Document Cloud.

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Did CIA Rendition Flights Rely on Bogus State Dept. Letter?

Fracking: The Music Video

A great video explaining fracking.

Search the Fed’s Documents Detailing Their Lending to Banks During the Crisis

Last week, the Federal Reserve released a cache of several thousand pages detailing its support of financial institutions during the financial crisis.

NYU and ProPublica Team Up to Experiment With Explanatory Journalism

SEC is ‘Focusing’ on Magnetar Trades

An SEC investigation into the complex mortgage securities at the heart of the financial meltdown is focusing on deals by the hedge fund Magnetar.

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Check Out Our Bank Investigations Cheat Sheet

Our cheat sheet will keep you updated on what agencies are investigating which banks and why.

DOJ Report on Waterboarding Memos in Our Document Viewer

ProPublica Is Hiring a Reporter-Blogger

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New Feature: Tracking Stimulus Spending—Made Easy!

Obama’s Actual Words on Indefinite Detention

A transcript of the president's answers on whether to handle terrorism suspects by executive order.

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