Three additional reporters working on accountability projects will be selected to join the network on April 1, bringing the total number of newsrooms and projects this year to 23.
Seven of the projects will focus on state government, while the rest will cover a broad range of subjects, bringing the network to 20 total reporters. T. Christian Miller will also become a senior editor.
In response, ProPublica apologized to the family for the pain caused by the release of the video. ProPublica also said the video, which shows the Border Patrol’s treatment of the boy, is essential for the public to understand the government’s actions.
A corrections overhaul sent thousands of inmates to local jails, where some advocates say conditions can be “subhuman.” A panel at Stanford Law School examined potential solutions.
As part of a growing team, Tan will work on evolving ProPublica’s editorial products and reader experience.
ProPublica Kicks Off “Investigating Justice” Event Series With the Sacramento Bee and Stanford Law School
The event series will explore violence in and oversight of California county jails.
More than $8 million will be invested over five years.
ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network produces impactful accountability stories that wouldn’t be done otherwise. Now, we’re looking for six more partners to work with in 2020.
ProPublica Wants Pitches for State Government Investigations. Apply for a Spot in Our Local Reporting Network.
ProPublica’s Local Reporting Network produces impactful accountability stories that wouldn’t be done otherwise. Now, we’re looking for seven partners to work with in 2020.
We’re adding The Business Journal in Youngstown to our local network as the city’s only daily newspaper prepares to close.