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ProPublica/NPR Collaboration a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting

The project, "Lost Mothers," is one of nine ProPublica Pulitzer finalists in 10 years of publishing.

ProPublica Illinois a Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Local Reporting

The series is the first Pulitzer Prize finalist for ProPublica Illinois, a nonprofit newsroom that launched just six months ago as ProPublica’s first regional, state-based unit.

ProPublica, KPCC In Person Present ‘Shades of Hate — Then, Now, Tomorrow’

On May 30, ProPublica and KPCC In Person are partnering on an event that takes a deep look at the history of hate in Southern California and the experiences of Southern Californians today.

ProPublica and NPR Win Investigative Reporters and Editors Award

The winning project explored how Florida employers got out of paying workers compensation benefits by using a state law to ensure injured undocumented workers were arrested or deported.

ProPublica’s ‘Too Broke for Bankruptcy’ Wins ASNE Award

The series showed that the bankruptcy system routinely fails those it is meant to aid.

‘Walking While Black’ Wins Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting

A collaboration with the Florida Times Union, the project showed that Jacksonville police use pedestrian tickets in a racially disproportionate way.

ProPublica Wins Five SABEW Awards for Business Journalism

Our work was honored in the health/science, investigative, technology, banking/finance and explanatory categories.

Apply to Be ProPublica’s Newest Design Fellow and Help Build Our Local Reporting Network

Work with our award-winning Design & Production team to support our local journalism initiative.

ProPublica, NPR ‘Lost Mothers’ Series Wins Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting

The series explored why the U.S., which spends more per capita on health care than any other country, also has the highest rate of maternal mortality in the developed world.

Two Governments That Remained Silent — and Three Women Who Refuse to Be Quiet

At a D.C. event, survivors of a Mexican drug cartel massacre, triggered by a botched DEA operation, tell their story.

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