Podcast: Journalist Dave Levinthal analyzed how many journalists, reporters and editors gave to a 2016 presidential campaign. Of the small percentage that did, most gave to Hillary Clinton.
Podcast: A reporter in Chicago took on the police department’s alleged code of silence on misconduct. He produced a memorable story and poses some provocative questions to go with it.
Podcast: How a Los Angeles Times reporter documented complaints of sexism from Donald Trump’s golf-course employees.
Podcast: Journalist David Armstrong has been tracking the rise of heroin and fentanyl and the human toll, as well as how drug companies marketed their narcotics years ago.
Podcast: The Houston Chronicle found that Texas quietly pushed school districts to pare the number of students receiving special education services. The move saved billions of dollars but deprived tens of thousands of students of needed help.
Podcast: Tens of thousands of Americans die every year because of infections they pick up in hospitals, but the medical community is barely keeping track.
Podcast: Donald Trump says he has personally donated millions to charity in recent years. Rather than debunking his claims, Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold set out to prove them true – and still hasn’t been able to.
Podcast: BuzzFeed’s Chris Hamby tells us how he dug into the murky world of global dispute resolution court.
Podcast: How a team of reporters uncovered a culture of cheating among East Asian college prep companies
Podcast: Chico Harlan discusses his investigation into private immigrant detention centers.
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