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ProPublica Is Hiring a Reporter

We are looking for an investigative reporter to join one of America’s most innovative newsrooms and take on stories that will surprise, probe deeply, test underlying assumptions and bring change.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Senior Editor

We are looking for a senior editor with the vision and skills to guide, edit and elevate top-notch, compelling investigations that spur change.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Web Producer

ProPublica is looking for a sharp-eyed, detail-oriented web producer to help with our daily story production.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Manager of Financial Operations

ProPublica is seeking a bright, self-motivated and well-organized finance and accounting professional to join the New York headquarters as the manager of financial operations.

How to Leak to ProPublica

We’re investigative journalists devoted to exposing abuse of power. If you’ve got evidence showing powerful people doing the wrong thing, here’s how to let us know while protecting your identity.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Product Developer

Every day will be a chance to make a difference in an environment where smart engineering and thoughtful design are integral to the mission.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Director of Online Fundraising and Outreach

ProPublica is seeking a director of online fundraising and outreach to create and implement a strategic online fundraising plan.

Documenting Hate

Hate crimes and bias incidents are a national problem, but there’s no reliable data on their nature or prevalence. We’re collecting reports to create a national database for use by journalists and civil-rights organizations.

ProPublica Is Hiring a Partner Manager

Coming Soon: ProPublica Illinois

In 2017 ProPublica will open its first regional publishing operation in with headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. Our plan is to publish investigative journalism on key issues across the state of Illinois and in the city of Chicago.

Agent Orange Curse Hangs Over Families of Virginia Veterans

There's no proof Agent Orange can be passed from fathers to their children, but that's no solace to Vietnam vets who see their children struggle with life-long health problems — and sometimes die.

Family’s Shipping Company Could Pose Problems for Trump’s Transportation Pick

Elaine Chao’s family owns ships flagged abroad, a way to avoid U.S. taxes and higher labor costs. But one of Chao’s missions at the Transportation Department will be to press American-owned ships to fly the U.S. flag.

New in Represent: House Office Expenditures

Researchers can track official spending by lawmakers and committees.

Presenting Hell and High Water VR

A team at USC has created a new virtual-reality experience based on our Houston storm vulnerability project.

How Voter Fraud Works — And Mostly Doesn’t

Every election season, cries that voter fraud will threaten the legitimacy of American democracy can be heard throughout the country. Critics say these claims are exaggerated and backed up by scant evidence. But dismissing voter fraud entirely overlooks the fact that that fraud does happen – rarely.

Electionland: Monitoring Access to the Vote in Real Time

Covering access to the ballot and problems that prevent people from exercising their right to vote during the 2016 election.

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ProPublica is Hiring a Research Editor

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