Hanna Trudo


Hanna Trudo was a research intern at ProPublica. She was previously an editorial researcher at Foreign Policy, dually focused on print research and digital production; an intern at The New Republic; and a manuscript fact-checker for a historical book about global politics in 1979. Prior to joining ProPublica, she lived in Washington and reported from Jordan, Turkey and France. Her work has been published online by The Boston Globe, Foreign Policy, Marie Claire, The New Republic and The Huffington Post, among others.

Missing: A Boy and The Evidence Against His Accused Killer

Three decades after 6-year-old Etan Patz disappeared, police suddenly had a suspect. Then they chose not to record his interrogation, a decision that could affect their case.

Betting Against the Future: How Industry Loses When Interns Go Unpaid

A young journalist reflects on her own internship experiences — and how the reliance on unpaid interns is contributing to a failing system.

Dollars for Docs: The Top Earners

We’ve identified 22 doctors who’ve earned at least $500,000 since 2009.

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