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Mosi Secret


Mosi Secret was a reporter at ProPublica. He has also worked as a staff writer for the Independent Weekly in Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina since 2005 and The New York Times. Earlier, he worked at the Houston Press and the Columbia Journalism Review. Secret won the Casey Medal for Meritorious Journalism for distinguished coverage of children and families in both 2007 and 2008 and the North Carolina Press Association Award for Investigative Reporting in 2007.

Add-on to Health Care Bill Gives Feds More Power to Investigate Jail Conditions

A provision tucked away in the health care reform law will allow the Justice Department to compel publicly run prisons, jails, mental health facilities and nursing homes to open their doors and records for inspection.

Small County Jail in Upstate New York Has Big Problem With Suicides

Some smaller jails are struggling to meet the basic federal requirements for safeguarding mentally ill inmates. The Erie County Holding Facility, a 680-bed jail in Buffalo, N.Y., has a suicide rate five times the national average.

Frank Now Suspicious of DA Check Program

Fact-Checking Obama on That Job Count

At Long Last, Some Records From Middlesex County

Morning Cup: Home State Advantage

Morning Cup: Planes, Trains and Transformers

Update: Madoff Stays Out of the Slammer

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