The most influential reporting on the Trump administration has relied on unnamed sources. Here’s the story behind them.
Watchlists, informants and social media investigations. What exactly are FBI agents allowed to do?
How a team of New York Times reporters chronicled every homicide in a Bronx precinct and what they learned about policing.
Russian journalist and editor Elizaveta Osetinskaya published hard-hitting stories about the Kremlin. And it cost her her job.
Reporters at the Chicago Tribune set out to learn whether pharmacies in Chicago have been warning patients who’ve been prescribed risky combinations of drugs.
The 1962 murder of Mary Horton was one of the oldest cold cases in U.S. history. Then reporter Jerry Mitchell started digging into it.
Author Suki Kim taught English at a boarding school for North Korea’s young elites. Here’s how she pulled it off.
We’re relaunching our podcast with a new format and new name, starting with three special episodes. This week: how ProPublica reporters discovered police departments nationwide use a $2 test for detecting drugs that can send innocent people to jail.
We’re relaunching our podcast with a new format and new name, starting with three very special episodes.
Podcast: Reporting by Inside Climate News will be required reading for lawmakers considering Exxon boss Rex Tillerson’s fitness to be the country’s next Secretary of State.
We talked with ProPublica reporter Robert Faturechi about America Comes First, which appears to have violated legal deadlines and caps on contributions.
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