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Autopsy Firm's High Caseloads, Practices Lead to Errors

Forensic Medical Group has become a key cog in Northern California justice system, handling death investigations for more than a dozen counties.

Without Competition, Private Firm Reaps Millions in Autopsy Work

Forensic Medical Group finds an unusual niche in Northern California, building a practice that has little overhead and more than a dozen counties as customers.

Second Chances Underscore Flaws in Death Investigations

Despite a lengthening trail of errors that have spanned more than a decade, Dr. Thomas Gill has continued to do thousands of autopsies and to serve as an expert witness in criminal cases.

Life Tenure for Federal Judges Raises Issues of Senility, Dementia

Issues related to aging and dementia increasingly plague the federal court system, where judges in their 80’s and 90’s are shouldering a larger portion of cases.

Analysis Shows Predatory Features Not Common

How We Analyzed the Foreclosure Data

Inside a Dialysis Treatment

Read the Leaked P.R. Plan to Spin Our Dialysis Investigation

The umbrella group Kidney Care Partners (KCP), an advocacy and lobbying organization for dialysis providers, patient groups, drug companies and others, drew up a plan to respond to our investigation into dialysis care.

Fact Sheet: Traumatic Brain Injury

Anthrax War — the Malaysian Connection

Fears about bioterrorism have prompted new efforts by corporations and governments worldwide to build defenses against germ attacks. But some of these arrangements themselves raise security issues.

Video: Bet Against the American Dream

The CDO Daisy Chain

Welcome to CDO World!

ProPublica Photographer: I Was Followed by BP Security and Then Detained by Police

Freelance photographer Lance Rosenfield tells the story of being stopped by police and BP security while he was taking pictures for ProPublica’s articles on BP’s Texas City refinery.

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