The Most-Read ProPublica Stories of 2023

Our national, regional and Local Reporting Network teams’ coverage of the U.S. Supreme Court, sexual assault, house flippers and the health insurance system were among the stories that ProPublica readers spent the most time with in 2023.

ProPublica Announces Grant From The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation

The donation will support a new dedicated urban affairs beat in Illinois.

Why We’re Publishing Never-Reported Details of the Uvalde School Shooting Before State Investigators

Over a year after the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, the community still doesn’t know what went wrong. It’s a key reason we’re publishing findings based on a trove of raw materials investigators have yet to release.

New Uvalde School Shooting Documentary and Investigation Reveal Details of Law Enforcement’s Flawed Response

The “Inside the Uvalde Response” film and related reporting by ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and FRONTLINE analyze one of the most criticized mass shooting responses in recent history and show real-time insight into officers’ thoughts and actions.

Listen to All Episodes of “The Kids of Rutherford County”

ProPublica presents the complete podcast series “The Kids of Rutherford County” in partnership with Serial and WPLN Nashville Public Radio.

Appeals Court Sides With Author Sued Over ProPublica Article

A New York state appeals court issued a quick and decisive ruling in a case stemming from an article that chronicled the downfall of a Fortune 500 CEO.

“The Night Doctrine”: ProPublica’s First Animated Documentary Traces Reporting on Afghanistan’s Zero Units

In 2022, reporter Lynzy Billing wrote a powerful investigation into squads of deadly commandos who had killed hundreds of Afghan civilians. “The Night Doctrine” is a short, animated documentary following her reporting.

ProPublica Opens Application for Five Two-Year Partnerships Through Our Local Reporting Network

This opportunity is open to reporters with a proven track record of investigations and impact working in local or regional newsrooms. The deadline to apply is Nov. 1.

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