Journalism in the Public Interest

March 20, 2012 Archives

Introducing StateFace

Today we released a font that you can use to include small state map shapes as a design element in a web application. It’s called StateFace.

If TV Stations Won’t Post Their Data on Political Ads, We Will

TV stations are fighting efforts to put their public data on political advertisements online. So we’re doing it for them.

MuckReads Podcast 1: AP’s Matt Apuzzo on NYPD Surveillance of Muslims

For our first MuckReads podcast, ProPublica managing editor Stephen Engelberg sits down with the AP’s Matt Apuzzo to discuss his Goldsmith-winning investigation on NYPD surveillance of Muslims.

So, Is Dimock’s Water Really Safe to Drink?

Preliminary test data appears to complicate the Environmental Protection Agency’s assurances that the water is safe to drink in a Pennsylvania town (EPA said nothing about cause).

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.

Afghan Soldier Likely Took a Brain Test Riddled with Problems

Critics say the test Robert Bales likely took before deployment fails to screen for the invisible wounds of war.

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