Liz Moughon is a cinematographer from Tennessee based in New York City. With a background in photojournalism, she is drawn to stories about healing from loss and spaces of commonality in America’s polarized society. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle and NPR, and she has received recognition from the Northern California Emmys, NPPA Best of Photojournalism, White House News Photographers Association and Hearst Journalism Awards. She is an alum of Ohio University, the Danish School of Media and Journalism and the Eddie Adams Workshop.
Drought-plagued Nevada pledged to do away with 3,900 acres of grass in the Las Vegas area within six years, but a ProPublica analysis found that the state grossly overestimated how much of that grass would likely be removed.
For the first time, ProPublica has cataloged cleanup efforts at the 50-plus sites where uranium was processed to fuel the nation’s nuclear arsenal. Even after regulators say cleanup is complete, polluted water and sickness are often left behind.
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